The airborne ISR market is a highly diverse and active market, comprised of both highly valuable manned platforms and increasingly popular and numerous unmanned systems. In recent years, airborne ISR has become much more expansive as the sector now encompasses a vast range of systems from hand-launched to jet-powered UAVs, twin-turboprop aircraft to large airliner-based AEW&C and AWACS systems, and even aerostats and airships. These airborne assets are typically equipped with radar or electro-optical sensors, or both. Airborne ISR also spans the whole range of roles that include the detection, tracking and targeting of aircraft and missiles in the air, areas and targets on the ground, and vessels and smaller craft in the sea.
The US spends the most in airborne ISR as it is a vital part of its military operations in current conflicts, as well as in the development of systems that will provide new capabilities in future. Major European powers like the UK, France and Germany remain key markets despite frozen or reduced defence budgets. Countries in the Asia-Pacific region such as India, Japan, China and Australia have also shown keen interest in enhancing their airborne ISR capabilities and are expected to spend substantially on systems that will make this possible.
A comprehensive analysis of the airborne ISR market
The Airborne ISR Market 2010-2020 examines the market critically through the review of available information. The sources include government and company announcements, news reports, and interviews of experts in the field. Applied financial forecasting and qualitative analyses to provide a comprehensive market report with detailed market and submarket analysis with informed opinion.
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