Air Traffic Management (ATM)
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...
04 Jun 2018  |  Global
Integration of Drones Into Airspace and Digital Technologies to Accelerate Growth in a Transforming Space
The Air traffic management (ATM) market will witness growth due to the increasing adoption of automation and digital technologies like remote towers, predictive technologies and artificial intelligence. The increased pressure to handle heavy air traffic is driving ANSPs spending in the overall modernization of ATM infrastructure. Worth $3.43 billio...
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29 Jan 2018  |  Global
Narrow-body Linefit and Wide-body Retrofit Programmes Driving Marginal Growth
The aircraft cabin interiors market is increasingly adopting new cabin designs with emphasis on improving the passenger experience and functionality. The $11.55 billion market in 2017 is expected to grow to $12.47 billion in 2025, at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 0.95%, although the revenue trajectory varies by every product segment. The...
12 Jan 2018  |  Global
Capitalizing on Opportunities in the Emerging Digital Economy for Enriched Business Performance
Intense competition in the commercial aviation sector has led industry stakeholders to create new business models to compete heavily on price by limiting margins and improving cost efficiencies. Connected aviation is the central theme around which digital transformation initiatives are evolving to achieve the competitive advantages and differentiat...
19 Dec 2016  |  North America
Return to Profitability Brings Opportunities and Challenges to Airline Suppliers
This research service focuses on the competitive profiling of 15 global airline and airline groups that include 4 from the United States, 4 from Europe, 1 from Russia, 2 from the Middle-East, and 4 from Asia. The 10-year profiling of these airlines and airline groups includes their financial performance, major traffic, and capacity metrics, as well...
17 Nov 2015  |  Global
Where are we now?
Frost & Sullivan published an insight into the implementation of ADS-B on a global basis. This insight provides a view of the progress of this major change to the air traffic management system. It discusses the decisions made, the number of installations, and the changes that these actions have caused.
03 Jun 2015  |  North America
A Market of 3 Companies Reinventing their Relevance
The reports of the death of global distribution systems (GDS) have been greatly exaggerated. Several industry analysts believed that GDS would not last long and that airlines would eventually shy away from them. However, the expansion of technologies and the realization of how valuable consumer data can be have given new life to GDS. The enclosed i...
16 Sep 2014  |  Global
Emerging Opportunities for ICT Providers in Air Transportation
The global market for operational IT systems in airports is growing at just under 5% CAGR, driven by rising passenger numbers, competition between airports and regulatory requirements to modernise outdated and fragmented systems. Airports are IT-intensive environments that rely on specialised systems to manage mission-critical and business-critica...
12 Sep 2014  |  Global
In-flight connectivity is a growing trend in the aviation industry; an increasing number of airlines fully or partially integrate cabin connectivity in their fleets, providing in-flight services to improve passenger experience. Passengers are now looking for cheaper and, eventually, free, fast and reliable connectivity services to remain continuous...
10 Dec 2013  |  North America
The Next-generation ATM Enabler
The world of air traffic management is about to undergo a significant change. The traditional radar based air traffic control environment will soon be replaced by a system based on automated position and flight data reporting by the aircraft themselves. The effort is global with variations by country and by technology. In the US, the constructio...