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Electronically Scanned Array Market by Installation, Platform, Frequency Band, Type, Component, Range, Dimension, Array Geometry and Region – Global Forecast to 2026

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Electronically Scanned Array Market by Installation, Platform, Frequency Band, Type, Component, Range, Dimension, Array Geometry and Region - Global Forecast to 2026


DUBLIN, May 20, 2022–(BUSINESS WIRE)–“By installation, platform (air, marine, land), frequency band, type, component, range, size, array geometry and Electronically Scanned Array Market by Region (North America, Europe, Asia Pacific, Middle East & Africa, and Latin America) – Forecast to 2026” report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com’s offering.

The electronically scanned array market is expected to reach $7.4 billion in 2021 and is expected to reach $10.4 billion by 2026, growing at a CAGR of 7.1% from 2021 to 2026.

The growth of this market can be attributed to the increasing trade in electronically scanned arrays, the development of the defense sector and the national security sector.

Increasing Defense Expenditure in Emerging Economies to Drive Electronically Scanned Arrays Market During Forecast Period

Emerging economies like China and India are investing in advanced electronically scanned arrays to be ready for any battle. These economies have increased their military budgets to strengthen their defenses and are procuring advanced ESA-based navigation systems for air, sea and land platforms. The growing GDPs of these countries over the past decade have further helped increase their defense budgets.

High defense budgets allow economies such as China and India to direct funds to developing new ships and repairing older ones. This in turn increases the need for electronically scanned arrays.

Development of Active Electronic Scanning Array Radar

Active Electronically Scanned Array (AESA) radar technology is a module that incorporates a new generation of transceiver modules. Software Defined Radio (SDR) is used for radio communication because of its high data rate. The use of AESA technology is growing rapidly due to its enhanced reliability and economy, and is expected to replace traditional electronically scanned arrays in the near future. This enables countries such as the US, Norway, the Netherlands, India and Israel to integrate AESA into legacy/legacy systems on land, sea and airborne platforms.

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Countries around the world are adding AESA radars to their military aircraft and ships due to their immunity to electronic interference, low interception, high reliability and multi-mode capabilities, and manufacturers around the world are struggling to meet demand. Integrating AESA radars into aircraft/sea/or ground platforms will remain relevant as electronic warfare becomes increasingly important, and without AESA, modern conventional militaries are obsolete.

In February 2022, Sweden-based SAAB AB received an order to supply the Argentine Armed Forces with the RBS 70 NG short-range air defense system as well as the RMF-200V, an AESA tactical air defense radar for short- and medium-range threat detection, which Can form the core of low-altitude air defense batteries.

4D: The fastest growing segment of the Electronically Scanned Array market by Dimension.

A 4D electronically scanned array determines the range, azimuth, altitude and velocity vector of the detected object. They are expensive, so they are mainly used for autonomous tactical surveillance applications that generate high-resolution targeting signals. Advanced economies such as the United States and Germany have invested heavily in multi-level research activities to develop these electronically scanned arrays.North America is the largest market for 4D electronically scanned arrays

Thales Group (France) supplies 4D electronically scanned arrays for surveillance and ISR. These electronically scanned arrays provide azimuth, range, elevation (3D), and in-depth analysis of target Doppler and other characteristics in a single scan. This analysis enables superior air and ground detection, tracking and target classification.

In 2019, Thales was awarded a contract to supply the Royal Netherlands Army with next-generation 4D Active Electronically Scanned Array technology. Hensoldt AG (Germany) has also signed an agreement with the German government (BAAINBw) to supply its TRS-4D Naval Electronically Scanned Array.

North America: The region with the largest contribution to the electronically scanned array market.

The United States and Canada are the main countries for market analysis in North America. The defense agencies of these countries are involved in the development of technologically advanced electronically scanned arrays. The region is home to well-known electronically scanned array manufacturers such as Lockheed Martin (US), Northrop Grumman (US), Boeing (US) and Raytheon Technologies (US).

Electronically scanned arrays are increasingly used in mission-critical applications because of their precise targeting and friend or foe detection, allowing the military to precisely neutralize threats to ensure the safety and security of the nation.

Market dynamics

driver

Ship deliveries grow

The emergence of modern warfare systems

Defense spending in emerging economies rises

Growing Radar Upgrade Contracts

constraint

Chance

challenge

mentioned company

Airbus Group

Api Technologies Inc.

Aselsan

Pei system

bharat electronics co., ltd.

Zhongya Technology

General Dynamics

Hanwha System

hensolt ltd.

Indra Corporation

Israel Aerospace Industries

Jem Engineering LLC

L3 Harris Technology

Leonardo Spa

Lig Nex 1

lockheed martin

Mitsubishi Electric

Northrop Grumman

Raytheon Technology

Sabo

Src, Inc.

Teledyne Technology

mobile company

Thales Group

Vega Radio Engineering

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