LONDON--(EON: Enhanced Online News)--According to the latest market study released by Technavio, the global military aircraft avionics market is expected to grow at a CAGR of more than 3% during the forecast period.
This research report titled ‘Global Military Aircraft Avionics Market 2017-2021’ provides an in-depth analysis of the market in terms of revenue and emerging market trends. This market research report also includes up to date analysis and forecasts for various market segments and all geographical regions.
The pilot’s vision from the aircraft remains the single most critical factor for safety in military missions, encouraging the innovation of synthetic vision system (SVS). A SVS is an aircraft cockpit display technology that improves situational awareness using the 3D computer-generated imagery technology enhancing visibility in low and unfamiliar territory. The use of SVS has helped the pilots to fly safer with increased positional awareness regardless of the weather or the stretch of the day.
“The military aircraft avionics systems market is driven by Asian nations such as India, South Korea, and Thailand due to their increasing defense budgets to strengthen national security. China has the largest military power in the region, undergoing significant military modernization and restructuring to deal with potential threats and enhance its defense capabilities. China is followed by India, which deploys a large number of military aircraft along the Line of Control with Pakistan for monitoring and surveillance missions,” says Moutushi Saha, one of the lead market research analysts at Technavio for defense research.
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Based on application, the report categorizes military aircraft avionics into the following segments:
- Flight control systems
- Communication and navigation systems
- Monitoring systems
Flight control systems
The introduction of automatic flight control systems (AFCSs) has improved stability and handling of aircraft, along with enabling automation of flight, thus reducing the workload of the crew. Similarly, the autopilot system enables functions like point-to-point navigation and automatic tracking of the instrument landing system, which help in efficient and safer landing operations. Artificial feel system controls most of the operations of AFCSs. These advanced systems prevent any unauthorized pilot or potential hijacker from controlling an aircraft.
In 2015, the UK Ministry of Defence signed a contract worth USD 224 million with the Royal Air Force, to upgrade of their Chinook helicopter fleet with digital automatic flight control system. In 2016, the European Aviation Safety Agency certified the Rig’N Fly for Airbus Helicopter H225. Such initiatives put the value of the global military aircraft avionics market by flight control systems at USD 8.25 billion in 2016. The market segment is expected to showcase a CAGR of 3.88% in the market forecast period.
Communication and navigation systems
“Military aircrafts are fitted with various technologies to ensure seamless communication between the ground base and the aircraft, using radio systems made of radio transmitters and radio receivers. Recently, this market saw the adoption of satellite communication (SATCOM) system for clearer and reliable communications. In aerospace telemetry, SATCOM data links are utilized to upload real-time weather data from any remote operation area of the world,” says Moutushi.
Navigation systems in aircraft have always been dynamic and are continuously evolving to improve efficiency and features. Navigation systems now include gyroscopes, global positioning system (GPS), and inertial navigation system (INS), which provide highly precise positioning, navigation, and timing. This system determines the quickest travel times with minimum number of delays, allowing the pilots to get the exact positioning of nearby air traffic. This information greatly helps to maximize air safety and minimize the chances of mid-air collisions.
Avionic systems have cockpit displays which provide flight route pictures and flight instrument data. These displays provide the pilot with situational information such as speed, position, altitude, vertical rate, and GPS active waypoint. This information is imperative for the smooth control and handling of the aircraft. Garmin has introduced the G500H flight display which features LCD screens with multifunctional display and primary flight display combined into a single unit.
The global military aircraft avionics market by monitoring systems was valued at USD 3.7 billion in 2016. Several key vendors such as Honeywell Aerospace, Rockwell Collins, and Cobham are involved in the effort to design and develop the new and improved avionics monitoring systems. Many of these vendors have innovative projects in the pipeline which are expected to be introduced during the market forecast period, aiding the market growth.
The top vendors highlighted by Technavio’s research analysts in this report are:
- Honeywell Aerospace
- Rockwell Collins
- Thales Group
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