Aerospace, Defence and Security
Frost & Sullivan's Aerospace information assists customers in identifying opportunities for component providers to the major airframe manufacturers, and helps local governments align their airport vision with industry trends.
Under the Defense area, our information helps industry participants develop better solutions to serve military end users and expand defense industry opportunities through improved access to information and analysis.
Our Security information assists in understanding the technologies and solutions to improve security and infrastructure. Most importantly to industry participants, it provides an understanding of the different methods of funding and budgeting.
- IT infrastructure, cloud computing, network security, and wireless technologies are all key growth areas and evolving rapidly
- The Army counterinsurgency mission will continue to be the focus of the C4ISR effort through 2016
- Fastest growth is in technologies and tools that enable the processing exploitation and dissemination of Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance (ISR)
05 Mar 2019  |  Global
For Sustainable Growth, Incumbents Must Focus on the Growth Opportunities in IoT/M2M, Aviation, Maritime, and Government Sectors
Incumbent players in the satellite communication market are experiencing challenges in retaining the revenue growth rates due to increased competition from terrestrial networks and excess in-orbit capacities leading to pricing pressures. Satellite communication ecosystem is going through a transformation phase with new entrants planning to offer in...
01 Mar 2019  |  Global
Evolving Threats, Geo-political Conflicts, Illicit Human and Drug Trafficking Will Steer Nations to Leverage Security Technology to Protect Borders
This study will benefit those who are interested in learning about the global border and maritime security market and potential opportunities in this segment. The threat dynamics to national security are evolving, and technology, in turn, will act as a force multiplier for nations to foil illegal attempts to penetrate their sovereign borders. Eac...
27 Feb 2019  |  North America
While Use of Composite Material Continues to Grow, It Does Not Dominate the Commercial Aerospace Industry
Technically, composite material has been used in aviation throughout its history. Currently, high-tech composites are on the rise. Over the last decade, the commercial aerospace sector has had two carbon fiber composite aircraft introduced. The Boeing Company delivered the 787 Dreamliner, with Airbus quickly following suite with its new A350 XWB. ...
27 Feb 2019  |  North America
Leveraging Commercial Technologies to Make Incremental Improvements to Computing, Networks, and Sensors
This research service focuses on the US Department of Defense (DoD) command, control, communications, computers, intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance (C4ISR) budget spending. Included in this study are an analysis of research, development, test, and evaluation (RDT&E); procurement; operations and maintenance (O&M); and a variety of servic...
18 Feb 2019  |  Global
Increase in Coalition and Expeditionary Operations Fuelling Growth
Geopolitical situations across the globe have fueled a rise in active engagements with insurgents and non-state actors. This leads to an increase in the operational tempo of transport fleet, as a result of which aging aircraft need to be replaced. A collaborative approach in combating these challenges is seen, as exemplified in the actions of the A...
14 Feb 2019  |  Global
An exhaustive database of launched Small-satellites & interactive outputs including small-satellite forecast until 2030
The space industry is transitioning, especially with growth in the development of small satellites capabilities. New entrants are revolutionizing the space ecosystem, attracting investments from the government and private ventures. Low-cost satellites, with its proven technological and economical capabilities have attracted existing space players t...
22 Jan 2019  |  North America
Two Large Companies Dominate the Market; Disruption Looms with a New Joint Venture
Auxiliary power units (APUs) are no longer an option on commercial aircraft like they were a few decades ago - they have become a standard. APUs' on-the-ground services include the provision of pneumatic power and electrical energy. A/C pack operation, the powering of self-contained generators within a craft, and emergency system activation - APUs ...
14 Jan 2019  |  Asia Pacific
Market Hovering Around a Billion Dollar Mark
This study aims to evaluate the commercial aircraft fleet and MRO market in Thailand for 2018, segmented on multiple criteria, focusing on market trends, technology Mega Trends, and opportunity areas. Among the Southeast Asian nations, Thailand is one of the major MRO spenders, standing at 4th position in terms of MRO market size. The study discuss...
10 Jan 2019  |  Asia Pacific
Business Jets Fleet in Southeast Asia Expected to Grow to 308 by 2022
This study conducts an assessment of the business aviation landscape in Southeast Asia (SEA) and presents a fleet forecast to 2022, unlocking the key trends, analyzing the business aviation industry in the top 5 country markets, understanding the roadblocks affecting the industry's development and discussing high-level solutions. The overall busine...
07 Jan 2019  |  Asia Pacific
Indonesian Commercial MRO Market Hovering Around a Billion Dollar Mark in 2018
This study aims to evaluate the0 commercial aircraft fleet and maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO) market in Indonesia consisting of the current fleet (as of 2018), and segmented based on multiple criteria. It also focuses on the market trends, technology megatrends, and opportunity areas. Among all Southeast Asian nations, Indonesia is the larg...