27 Feb 2013  |  North America
A Market Niche in Decline
In the years after 9-11, security at U.S. airports has increased with the addition of new screening technologies, more stringent traveler guidelines, and more bureaucratic oversight. Emphasis has been placed on what has been termed a layered approach to security. One such layer is the perimeter fencing surrounding U.S. airports and its associated...
14 Mar 2013  |  North America
Top Exporter Aggressively Marketing UAS Products Worldwide
This market insight discusses Israeli unmanned aerial system (UAS) companies and their marketing of UAS and UAS-related systems worldwide. The domestic market for Israeli UASs is not included in this service because there is little to no competition in Israel for Israeli defense dollars. This market insight provides an executive summary; the serv...
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02 Apr 2013  |  Global
Supply Chain Insights and Variations
The aerospace market has one of the more convoluted supply chains. In theory, it is similar to most other supply chains, at least at first glance. In its most basic form, it is composed of the OEMs, the major component providers, and their suppliers. The reality is that the market is far from simple. Companies at all levels of the supply chain supp...
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03 Apr 2013  |  Global
LVC is Key to Overcoming Tactical Challenges, Albeit in the Distant Future
Pressurised defence budgets and changing military priorities are expected to significantly affect the training and simulation market growth. However, this negative impact is mitigated by transitioning economies extending their fleet sizes and the global modernisation trend, comprising mostly new procurements of advanced weapon systems and complex c...
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10 Apr 2013  |  South Asia, Middle East & North Africa
Engineering Services Create Tremendous Opportunity in the Indian Aerospace Industry
This research service analyses the opportunities and avenues for future growth of the aerospace manufacturing, engineering services, and maintenance, repair and overhaul segments in India. A ten-year forecast is provided, up to the year 2022, keeping in mind the drivers, restraints, and challenges that the industry faces.
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16 Apr 2013  |  North America
Expect a Flat Market Despite Popularity of COTS Platforms
As the DoD's discretionary spending continues to decrease in favor of mandatory government programs, utilization of COTS aircraft has become more popular due to perceived cost savings over developing entirely new aircraft systems. COTS aircraft have also been favored for quick reaction capability (QRC) systems because they allow flexibility and sp...
08 May 2013  |  North America
Perspectives of Traveling Consumers
In this customer research service, Frost & Sullivan measures consumer airline usage in order to define segments and profiles of air traveler types. The aim is to understand user knowledge of frequent flyer programs as well as satisfaction rates with current airline programs. The research also explores airport accessibility and the main methods of t...
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10 Jun 2013  |  Global
A Clear Shift to New Markets
The market for fixed-wing aircraft used by the military has been consistently growing in the overall defense market. Since defense budgets are now facing significant turmoil in North America and Europe, the market for fixed-wing aircraft will be under considerable downward pressure. The exits of several key manufacturers and the entries of new man...
11 Jul 2013  |  Europe
The Always Connected Aircraft is Changing its Market Dynamics
This research covers the global In-Flight Entertainment market for commercial aviation from 2011 to 2020 and analyses the three main in-flight entertainment segments that are hardware, content and connectivity. Driving and restraining factors such as operating costs, technological advancements and regulations that have an impact on IFE spending ...
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29 Jul 2013  |  North America
The Civil Market Flourishes as the Defense Market Suffers from Budget Pressures
As the DoD's discretionary spending continues to decrease, upgrading and/or remanufacturing helicopters has gained favour over developing entirely new rotorcraft systems. However, a modest global economic recovery following the great recession and a limited supply of used airframes have resulted in a significant increase in new US civil helicopter...