DoD Airborne ISR Market
- ID: 2014197
- December 2011
- 98 Pages
- Frost & Sullivan
This research forecasts the U.S. Airborne intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance (ISR) market. The goal of Airborne ISR is to provide the warfighter with near real-time threat identification, tracking, targeting, and attack as well as battlefield situational awareness data such as imagery, video, and signals intelligence. The Airborne ISR market is made up of manned and unmanned platforms and the ISR sensors they employ. The missions and capabilities of Airborne ISR are expanding as ISR sensors become smaller and more efficient and platforms become more reliable and able to provide a persistent loiter time. Market forecasts, program analysis, and general trends are all included in the research.
The 2012 Department of Defense (DoD) budget request is $xxx.x billion, which includes $xxx.xx billion in base funds and $xxx.xx billion in overseas contingency operations (OCO) funds.
- Airborne intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance (ISR) accounts for $xx.xx billion, x.x percent of the 2012 DoD budget.
- DoD spending in the Airborne ISR market is expected to have a x.x percent compound annual growth rate (CAGR) through 2016.
- The U.S. Navy has the largest share of the 2012 Airborne ISR budget, at $x.xx billion, and the largest CAGR through 2016 of x.x percent.
P-8A and E-2D manned ISR aircraft procurement and RDT&E account for $x.xx billion of the Navy’s 2012 procurement budget.
- Procurement spending in 2010 was about xx% higher than research, development, testing, and evaluation (RDT&E) spending by almost x to x ($x.xx billion versus $x.xx billion).
- Procurement spending is forecast to grow between 2010 and 2016, with a x.x percent CAGR, while RDT&E spending is expecting to decrease, with a (x.x) percent CAGR.
Procurement spending should more than triple RDT&E spending by 2016.
- The Navy’s manned ISR segment is the largest, with a 2012 forecast of $x.xx billion in funding. It also has the largest CAGR forecast between 2010 and 2016 at x.x percent.
- The Army’s unmanned ISR segment has the least expected CAGR, which is (19.4) percent.
- The Navy’s P-8 Poseidon and the RQ-4 Global Hawk of the Air Force (AF) represented the largest manned/unmanned ISR programs.
- The DoD awarded $x.xx billion through xxx prime contracts to xx companies.
- Northrop Grumman Corp. was the top Airborne ISR firm, with $x.xx billion in new prime contracts.
- The top xx firms accounted for xx.x percent of total contract dollars.
To date in 2011, the DoD has awarded $x.xx billion through xxx prime contracts to xx companies.
- From 2009 to 2010 the Airborne ISR market spending increased by about x.x% but it is expected to increase at a greater throughout the forecast period. SHOW LESS READ MORE >
1. Executive Summary
Market Engineering Measurements
2. Market Overview
Overview and Scope Overview
3. External Challenges: Drivers and Restraints-Total Market
External Challenges Explained
Drivers and Restraints
Drivers and Restraints Explained
4. Forecasts and Trends-Total Market
Trends and Requirements
5. Market Share and Competitive Analysis-Total Market
6. CEO’s 360 Degree Perspectives
7. Market Segments
8. The Last Word
Three Big Predictions