Technologies Impacting the Future of the Aerospace and Defense Sector

Technologies that Will Change the Aerospace and Defense Landscape

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The aerospace and defense industries have witnessed tremendous change in the past few years. Both sectors have seen a rising use of wearables. In the defense sector wearables are increasingly being used in the form of body-worn sensors for training and combat. Wearables are becoming ubiquitous in aerospace as well in the form of head-mounted displays and smart glasses, which are useful in providing assistance to pilots of both commercial and military aircraft. Another technology that is increasing being employed in aerospace is additive manufacturing, which enables the manufacture of complex parts and reduces the material wastage and prototyping time. Terahertz (THz) Imaging is another technology that is seeing

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1.0 Executive Summary1.1 Research Scope1.2 Research Process and Methodology1.3 Key Findings: Wearables Have High Transformation Potential 1.4 Key Findings: Regulations Spur the Adoption of Lightweight Materials1.5 Key Findings: Lithium Battery Development Has More Impact on Aerospace Applications1.6 Key Findings: Microgrid Development Has Increased Impact on Defense Applications1.7 Key Findings: Predictive Analytics on the Rise in A&D2.0 Terahertz Technology2.1 High Impact Potential in the Longer Term2.2 Increased Government Funding Pushing Technology Advancement2.3 Non-destructive Testing for Aerospace Industry is the Most Promising Application2.4 Key Innovations Emerging from Government Funded Projects2.5 Key Questions for Strategy Planning3.0 Additive Manufacturing3.1 High Transformation Potential in Aerospace3.2 The United States Leads Technology Development3.3 Expanding Applications in Aerospace Sector3.4 Customization and Self Sustenance in Defense Industry3.5 Key Innovations – GE Aviation, EOS, SLM Solutions, Aerokinetics, Dassault Systems, Safran Group, Michigan Technical Institute3.6 Key Innovations – Airbus, NASA, and Design Reality3.7 Key Questions for Strategy4.0 Wearables4.1 Wearables Have High Transformation Potential 4.2 US Leads in Terms of Technology Development and Funding4.3 Training and Monitoring of Personnel among Key Applications4.4 Key Innovations – Chemical Sensing and AR Innovations Have High Impact Potential4.5 Key Innovations – Defense Contractors BAE Systems and Raytheon among Key Innovators4.6 Key Questions for Strategy5.0 Smart Sensors5.1 Smart Sensors Provide Advanced Capabilities over Conventional Sensors5.2 The United States Leads in IP, While Europe Promotes Structural Health Monitoring and Energy Harvesting5.3 Smart Sensing Enables Advancement of Traditional Sensor Functionalities5.4 Key Innovations – Most Developments Geared toward Aerospace Applications5.5 Key Questions for Strategy Planning6.0 Lightweight Materials for the Aerospace and Defense Sector6.1 High Strength and Low Weight Materials for Increasing Fuel Efficiency and Reducing Environmental Emissions6.2 North America Leads in IP Activity, While Government Funding Is Prominent6.3 Product Development and Efficient Manufacturing Technologies are Key Research Focus Areas of the Stakeholders6.4 Market Adoption Will Increase Due To Stringent Regulations With Carbon Fibers, HS and AHS Steel Being Key Materials6.5 US is Leading in Technology Adoption While France, Japan, and China Are Also Catching up with Focused R&D Efforts6.6 Key Questions for Strategy7.0 Nanocoatings for the Aerospace and Defence Sector7.1 In 2015, Higher Technology Adoption for Aerospace While in Emerging Development Phase in the Defense Sector7.2 Corrosion Resistance and Improved Wear Resistance Are Predominant Reasons for Using Nanocoatings7.3 Very Low Patent Filings Signifying Low R&D Initiatives and Stringent Standards in the Aerospace and Defense Sectors7.4 Significant Amount of Government Funding Drive Research in Institutes and Start-ups7.5 Stakeholders Interest toward Replacing Use of Heavy Metals in Coatings Drive Adoption7.6 Future Innovations Based on Nanocoatings with Novel Functional Properties, While Lowering Cost of Synthesis8.0 Lithium Batteries8.1 Low Sensitivity Issues and Increased Fault Tolerance Are the Key Focal Points 8.2 More Funding towards Developing Advanced Battery Materials for Lithium Batteries8.3 Progression in Output Discharge Characteristics Has Dominated the IP Profile8.4 Lithium Battery Manufacturers Are predominant in the Region of US8.5 More Innovations Are Being Developed on Increasing Energy Output per Unit Volume8.6 Alternate Source of Power for the Main and Auxiliary Power Units of the Aircraft 8.7 Innovations Focusing on Enhancing the Safety Features and Energy Density9.0 Microgrids9.1 Supply of Uninterrupted Power to Run Critical Assets Is the Primary Impact9.2 Rural and Remote Microgrids Are Currently the Areas Receiving Huge Funding9.3 China and Republic of Korea Are Active in Research During the Last Five Years9.4 Presence of Microgrid Developers Is High in the US and Europe Region 9.5 More Innovations Are Developed on Enhancing the Microgrid Framework and Architecture9.6 Key Applications to Safeguard the Base Camp from Cyberattack and Prevent Critical Loss of Data9.7 Advancements Elevating Microgrids toward Becoming Miniaturized Smart Grid10.0 Everything-as-a-Service (XaaS): Impact on the Future of Aerospace and Defense10.1 How Will XaaS Impact Aerospace and Defense (A&D)?10.2 Applications Being Used in Aerospace sector10.3 Key XaaS Innovators for Aerospace Industry10.4 Applications Being Used in Defense and Security Sector10.5 Key XaaS Innovators for Defense Industry10.6 Regional Adoption and Funding of XaaS for A&D10.7 Key Questions for Strategy and Planning11.0 Predictive Analytics: Impacting on the Future of A&D11.1 How Predictive Analytics Will Impact A&D?11.2 Applications Being Used in Aerospace and Aviation Sector11.3 Key Innovators for Aerospace Industry11.4 Applications Being Used in Defense and Security sector11.5 Key Innovators for Defense Industry11.6 Regional Adoption and Funding of Predictive Analytics for A&D11.7 Key Questions for Strategy and PlanningLegal Disclaimer12.0 The Frost & Sullivan Story12.1 The Frost & Sullivan Story12.2 Value Proposition: Future of Your Company & Career12.3 Global Perspective12.4 Industry Convergence12.5 360º Research Perspective12.6 Implementation Excellence12.7 Our Blue Ocean Strategy

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