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28 Dec 2015  |  North America
Overhyped Market to See Significant Growth Despite Regulatory and Technology Hurdles
Globally, the commercial unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) ecosystem is growing rapidly, and a euphoric attitude that UAS utilization can make almost any aerial data collection faster, cheaper, and more efficient pervades the industry. This study takes a realistic approach to forecasting the global commercial UAS industry, accounting for current regu...
15 Dec 2015  |  North America
A Young Market Reaching its Saturation Point?
A new innovation for pre-screening travelers at airports has been in use in North America since 2013. Automated passport control kiosks were introduced into the airports by the US Department of Homeland Security's Customs and Border Protection Agency. Since its inaugural debut at Chicago's O'Hare Airport, both airlines and other airports in the reg...
27 Nov 2015  |  North America
A Sense of Urgency
This research service focuses on the global projected spending and priorities for command and control, communications, computers, intelligence, and surveillance and reconnaissance (C4ISR). Anticipated spending comprises the following activities: research, development, test, and evaluation (RDT&E); procurement; operations and maintenance (O&M); and ...
20 Nov 2015  |  North America
A Market with Huge Potential but Slow Growth Patterns
This research service examines the global and regional spending trends in the airport notifications market. The airport notification systems market is growing; however, because it is predominantly dependent on new airport construction or terminal expansions, growth is sluggish. The modernization and diversity of notification systems is creating mor...
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12 Nov 2015  |  North America
Bright Spots in a Soft Market
Frost & Sullivan published a Market Engineering analysis on the civil helicopters market in October 2014. This research service provides an update on the market forecasts, especially in light of the changes that have occurred in market projections since the prices of oil and gas have fallen, which has altered demand for heavy and twin medium helico...
02 Nov 2015  |  North America
Fuel Cells to Emerge as the Alternate Source of Power Supply
The study covers 3 different segmentscommercial, business, and general aviationacross the industry either as a primary application or as a secondary application. It provides the basic definitions, key drivers and restraints, and the challenges faced by the fuel cells market. The study also includes various prototypes as case studies, detailing c...
30 Sep 2015  |  North America
Macro-to-micro Implications for Businesses, People, and Society
The study 'Mega Trends in Africa' will weigh in on Africas future prospects, examining exogenous factors or Mega Trends that will drive Africas growth story over the next ten years. The study will provide visionary insights into the impact of digital trends, such as virtual currency and future direction of a cashless African economy. Further, it pr...
24 Sep 2015  |  North America
From the User's Perspective
As the hype continues around Big Data, its ambiguous nature continues to obscure the potential applications of the technology. Clarity is beginning to emerge within the A&D community about how Big Data can be leveraged for 'intelligence amplification' and companies are beginning to respond. This research aims to define these emerging applications a...
18 Sep 2015  |  North America
Systems and Commercial Technology Integration
This research service focuses on the US Department of Defense (DoD) command and control, communications, computers, intelligence, and surveillance and reconnaissance (C4ISR) budget spending. Included in this study is an analysis of research, development, test, and evaluation (RDT&E); procurement; operations and maintenance (O&M); and a variety of s...
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15 Sep 2015  |  North America
Airframe Systems Series
In the typical aircraft environmental control systems (ECS), the bleed air is cooled by air from the aircraft slipstream and then enters a compressor, which boosts the turbine inlet pressure to increase the temperature drop. Air leaving the compressor is cooled to eliminate the excess moisture before entering the turbine. Cold air from the turbine ...