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The Military and Civil Aviation Passive Radar Market: 2013 - 2023

  • Published: June 2013
  • 86 Pages
  • Signals and Systems Telecom

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Passive radar is different from traditional forms of radar in that it dies not emit any electromagnetic radiation. Instead, it relies on reflections from other electromagnetic signals in the atmosphere in order to provide a radar picture. Passive radar provides a number of distinct advantages that will allow it to corner a significant portion of defense, homeland security, and civilian radar markets. In addition to cost-efficiency, passive radar is also covert, an effective counter to stealth technologies, and environmentally friendly.

The market for passive radar is still in its infancy, and few companies have developed effective, marketable systems. However, as the technology becomes more sophisticated and affordable, more and more competitors can be expected to enter the market, particularly in defense and homeland security.

By the end of 2023, it is expected passive radar technology investments will account for more than $10 billion in revenue, following a CAGR of nearly 36% between 2013 and 2023. This report focuses on the two markets where passive radar technology has the greatest potential: civilian aviation and military radar applications.

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1 Chapter 1: Introduction
1.1 Executive Summary
1.2 Topics Covered
1.3 Key Questions Answered
1.4 Key Findings
1.5 Methodology
1.6 Target Audience
1.7 Companies Mentioned

2 Chapter 2: An Overview of Passive Radar Technology
2.1 Passive Radar
2.1.1 What is passive radar?
2.1.2 Passive Coherent Location
2.1.3 The Need for Sophisticated Software Processing
2.1.4 Passive Coherent Location vsEMA and PESA
2.2 Market Outlook
2.2.1 An Infant Market
2.2.2 Future Opportunities: A $10 Billion Market by 2023

3 Chapter 3: Passive Radar in Civil Aviation
3.1 General Market Characteristics
3.1.1 Safety Regulations: Major Constraint
3.1.2 Applications: Air Traffic Control
3.1.3 Savings Potential: Market Driver
3.2 Market Valuation
3.2.1 The Average Contract Value for an Airport Radar System
3.2.2 The Total Addressable Market: 879 Airports Worldwide
3.2.3 How Big is Civil Aviation Passive Radar Opportunity?
3.2.4 What is the regional outlook?
3.3 Civil Aviation: Market Limitations
3.3.1 Safety Considerations
3.3.2 Economic Factors
3.3.3 System Capabilities
3.4 Civil Aviation: Market Drivers
3.4.1 Regulation
3.4.2 Market Expansion
3.4.3 Urban Applications
3.4.4 Spectrum Usage
3.5 Regional Market Analysis
3.5.1 North America
3.5.2 Asia Pacific
3.5.3 Europe
3.5.4 Middle East
3.5.5 Latin & Central America
3.5.6 Africa

4 Chapter 4: Passive Radar in the Military
4.1 General Market Characteristics
4.1.1 Healthy Outlook for Radar Investments despite Spending Cuts
4.1.2 Is ‘Target Acquisition' on the Passive Radar Roadmap?
4.1.3 Surveillance Requirements Are Fuelling Growth
4.2 General Spending Trends
4.2.1 Expansion Trends: Ground, Airborne and Naval Surveillance
4.2.2 Short Term Deployments
4.2.3 Long Term ‘Persistent Surveillance” Deployments
4.3 Market Valuation
4.3.1 Passive Radar to Comprise 41% of the Total Radar Market
4.3.2 How big is the passive radar market for Military applications?
4.3.3 What is the regional outlook?
4.4 Military Market: Market Drivers
4.4.1 Stealth Applications
4.4.2 Surveillance Capabilities
4.4.3 Flexibility of Deployment
4.5 Military Market: Market Limitations
4.5.1 System Limitations
4.5.2 Complexity of Deployment and Systems Control
4.6 Regional Market Analysis
4.6.1 North America
4.6.2 Europe
4.6.3 Asia Pacific
4.6.4 China
4.6.5 Africa
4.6.6 Middle East
4.6.7 Latin & Central America

5 Chapter 5: Company Profiles
5.1 Smaller Competitors
5.2 Dominant Market Players
5.3 Cassidian
5.4 Indra
5.5 Lockheed Martin
5.6 Raytheon
5.7 Selex ES
5.8 Thales

6 Chapter 6: Additional Forecasts & Conclusion
6.1 Conclusion ..
6.2 Additional Forecasts
6.2.1 North America
6.2.2 Europe
6.2.3 Asia Pacific
6.2.4 Middle East
6.2.5 Africa
6.2.6 Latin & Central America

List of Figures

Figure 1: Passive vsActive Radar Technology Comparison
Figure 2: Global Spending on Passive Radar Technology by Submarket (Military & Homeland Security, Civil Aviation): 2013 – 2023 ($ Million)
Figure 3: Civil Aviation Passive Radar Spending: 2013 – 2023 ($ Million)
Figure 4: Regional Market Share of Passive Radar Spending in Civil Aviation: 2023 (%)
Figure 5: Civil Aviation Passive Radar Spending by Region: 2013 – 2023 ($ Million)
Figure 6: North America Civil Aviation Passive Radar Spending: 2013 – 2023 ($ Million)
Figure 7: Asia Pacific Civil Aviation Passive Radar Spending: 2013 – 2023 ($ Million)
Figure 8: Europe Civil Aviation Passive Radar Spending: 2013 – 2023 ($ Million)
Figure 9: Middle East Civil Aviation Passive Radar Spending: 2013 – 2023 ($ Million)
Figure 10: Latin & Central America Civil Aviation Passive Radar Spending: 2013 – 2023 ($ Million)
Figure 11: Africa Civil Aviation Passive Radar Spending: 2013 – 2023 ($ Million)
Figure 12: Military & Homeland Security Passive Radar Spending: 2013 – 2023 ($ Million)
Figure 13: Regional Market Share of Military & Homeland Security Passive Radar Spending: 2023 (%)
Figure 14: Military & Homeland Security Passive Radar Spending by Region: 2013 – 2023 ($ Million)
Figure 15: North America Military & Homeland Security Passive Radar Spending: 2013 – 2023 ($ Million)
Figure 16: Europe Military & Homeland Security Passive Radar Spending: 2013 – 2023 ($ Million)
Figure 17: Asia Pacific Military & Homeland Security Passive Radar Spending: 2013 – 2023 ($ Million)
Figure 18: Africa Military & Homeland Security Passive Radar Spending: 2013 – 2023 ($ Million)
Figure 19: Middle East Military & Homeland Security Passive Radar Spending: 2013 – 2023 ($ Million)
Figure 20: Latin & Central America Military & Homeland Security Passive Radar Spending: 2013 – 2023 ($ Million)
Figure 21: North America Passive Radar Spending by Submarket (Military & Homeland Security, Civil Aviation): 2013 – 2023 ($ Million)
Figure 22: Europeon Passive Radar Spending by Submarket (Military & Homeland Security, Civil Aviation): 2013 – 2023 ($ Million)
Figure 23: Asia Pacific Passive Radar Spending by Submarket (Military & Homeland Security, Civil Aviation): 2013 – 2023 ($ Million)
Figure 24: Middle East Passive Radar Spending by Submarket (Military & Homeland Security, Civil Aviation): 2013 – 2023 ($ Million)
Figure 25: Africa Passive Radar Spending by Submarket (Military & Homeland Security, Civil Aviation): 2013 – 2023 ($ Million)
Figure 26: Latin & Central America Passive Radar Spending by Submarket (Military & Homeland Security, Civil Aviation): 2013 – 2023 ($ Million)

Passive Radar, though not a new concept in the world of radar, has experienced somewhat of a resurgence of late. It is different from traditional forms of radar in that it does not emit any electromagnetic radiation. Instead, it relies on reflections from other electromagnetic signals in the atmosphere in order to provide a radar picture. Passive radar provides a number of distinct advantages that will allow it to corner a significant portion of defense, homeland security, and civilian radar markets. In addition to cost-efficiency, passive radar is also covert, an effective counter to stealth technologies, and environmentally friendly. The market for passive radar is still in its infancy, and few companies have developed effective, marketable systems. However, as the technology becomes more sophisticated and affordable, more and more competitors can be expected to enter the market, particularly in defense and homeland security.

Due to the youth of the market, it is reasonable to expect that the market will develop slowly over the next couple of years. However, by the end of 2023, we expect the technology to account of more than $10 billion in revenue. This report focuses on the two markets where passive radar technology has the greatest potential: civilian aviation and military radar applications. It will present vendor strategies, overall depictions of potential growth in both sectors, as well as detailed qualitative and quantitative analysis of global and regional drivers and limitations on market potential from 2013 till 2023. The report comes with an associated XLS datasheet covering quantitative data from all figures presented within the report.

- Applied Radar
- BAE
- Bruel and Kjaer
- Cambridge Pixel
- Cassidian
- Cobham
- Department of Defense (DOD)
- DRS Technologies
- EADS
- ELTA Systems
- Ettus Research
- EUROCONTROL (European Organization for the Safety of Air Navigation)
- Federal Aviation Authority (FAA)
- Finmeccanica
- Frequentis
- General Atomics Aeronautical Systems, Inc.
- Helios Remote Sensing Systems
- Honeywell
- Indra
- Information Systems Laboratories
- Israel Aerospace Industries
- ITT Corporation
- Kelvin Hughes
- Lockheed Martin
- Longbow LLC
- NATS
- NIIP
- Northrop Grumman Corporation
- Raytheon Company
- Roke Manor Research
- Royal Air Force
- Saab AB
- Selex ES
- Telephonics
- Terma
- Thales Group
- ThalesRaytheonSystems
- The Boeing Company

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