As the small unmanned flight replace the manned aircraft systems, the need for airborne collision systems will increase. In an unmanned aircraft the pilot is completely dependent on visual inputs that are provided from the gadgets and avionics on board the aircraft. The in aircraft collision avoidance system is the only possible solution for the pilot to maintain safety distance between a swarm of UAVs.
The current airborne collision avoidance systems incorporate Traffic Alert and Collision Avoidance System (TCAS) for avoiding mid-air collision. One of the drivers for global military ACAS market is the increasing need to enhance operational safety of military aircraft. Military aircraft operate in dangerous and remote environments. Mid-air collision (MAC) is one of the most hazardous consequences for military aircraft. This risk can be reduced by enhancing the situational awareness of the pilot. ACAS helps the pilot to ensure that the aircraft in not flown in proximity to other aircraft, thereby avoiding the danger of collision. ACAS for military UAVs are also in high demand as they are employed for longer-range and beyond the line-of-sight missions.
The current airborne collision avoidance systems are good for avoiding collisions when the aircrafts are located at large distances that are manoeuvrable and at low speeds. Military aircraft will need a better airborne collision avoidance system that is more sensor based and automated, requiring less actions form pilot, and capable of operating at high speed (two to three times the speed of sound) movements and at relatively close combat formation. ACAS-X is one such general approach that is under development today and will see implementation in the multirole manned fighters soon, followed by operational support for UAVs.
Geographically, the North American region will be biggest market for military airborne collision avoidance systems in the forecast period. In Europe, Italy, United Kingdom and Germany will be the major markets for airborne collision avoidance systems. In the Asia Pacific region, Russia, India, Australia and China will be the major markets driving demand for military airborne collision avoidance system.
Honeywell Aerospace, Aviation Communication & Surveillance Systems, and Rockwell Collins are the key players in the market. These companies hold 70-80% of the global market for military airborne collision avoidance systems. The Market is segmented by Type (RADAR, TCAS, PCAS, FLARM, GPWS, TAWS, Synthetic Vision and OCAS) and Geography - Market forecast and Analysis (2015-2020)
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1.1 Research Methodology
1.2 Key Findings of the Study
2. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
3. MARKET OVERVIEW AND TRENDS
3.2 Market Trends
3.3 Porters Five Force Framework
3.3.1 Bargaining Power of Suppliers
3.3.2 Bargaining Power of Consumers
3.3.3 Threat of New Entrants
3.3.4 Threat of Substitute Products and Services
3.3.5 Competitve rivalry within the Industry
4. MARKET DYNAMICS
5. GLOBAL MILITARY AIRBORNE COLLISION AVOIDANCE SYSTEMS MARKET, SEGMENTED BY TYPE
5.7 Synthetic Vision
6. GLOBAL MILITARY AIRBORNE COLLISION AVOIDANCE SYSTEMS MARKET, SEGMENTED BY GEOGRAPHY
6.1 North America
6.1.1 United States
6.2 South America
6.3 Asia Pacific
6.4.1 United Kingdom
6.5 Africa and Middle East
6.5.1 South Africa
6.5.2 Saudi Arabia
7. COMPETITIVE LANDSCAPE
7.2 Market Share Analysis
7.3 Developments of Key Players
8. KEY VENDOR ANALYSIS (Overview, Products & Services, Strategies)
8.1 Honeywell Aerospace
8.2 Aviation Communication & Surveillance Systems
8.3 Rockwell Collins
8.6 Alenia Aermacchi,
8.9 Indra Sistemas,
8.10 Selex ES
9. FUTURE OUTLOOK OF THE MARKET