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Digital Platforms and New Business Models in Global Aerospace, Defense and Security Market, 2018

  • Report

  • 64 Pages
  • September 2018
  • Region: Global
  • Frost & Sullivan
  • ID: 4629866

ADS Participants Will Have to Innovate Business Strategies to Remain Competitive in the Emerging Digital Economy

This study will benefit those who are interested in learning about the evolving business models in the aerospace, defense, and security industries. This study discusses the key aspects of the transformation of business models in the digital economy and how companies are aligning their strategy to monetize, using digital platforms and flexible business models.

All aerospace, defense and security industry stakeholders and the rest of the industry verticals will benefit from this study, as this is a visionary study investigating the big picture perspectives of evolving business models and emerging digital platforms and how they are looking to revolutionize the rest of the industries across the globe.

Technology companies that are looking to feed into the digital transformation Mega Trends across industries will also benefit from this study, as they will get to understand their potential role in the future and make key business decisions. In the fast changing markets in digital economy, data-driven solutions offered through flexible business models for efficiency, agility and effectiveness play a vital role in business success. In the highly competitive digital ecosystem, organizations strive to capitalize and monetize every small aspect of value created by offering clients innovative, flexible and affordable business models. Digitization and new business models related to a range of operational and commercial functions have traditionally been siloed, but this is changing with organizations aiming to provide a wider range of either self-developed or partnered solutions.

This research identifies transformation in the industry ecosystem and emerging business models currently being adapted by aerospace defense and security industry stakeholders and convert the evolution into opportunities for revenue/market share growth.

What makes our reports unique?

We provide diverse research services that focus on existing and evolving markets across the aerospace, defense and security industry, covering them at global and regional levels. We provide specialist studies that focus on specific product or market segments which provide deep-dive opportunities for strategists and investors that wish to understand the future of the ADS market or a product, in terms of addressable markets, opportunities and future disruptions.

Key Issues Addressed

  • How are business models evolving?
  • What is the importance of data? How is it being monetized in the aerospace, defense and security industry?
  • How is digital transformation shaping the way products and services are offered? 
  • How are digital platforms driving the emergence of new business models in the aerospace defense and security industry?

Table of Contents

1. Executive Summary
1.1 Introduction to Data and Business Models
1.2 Key Questions this Study will Answer
1.3 Data as 21st Century Gold - The 3 Bs of Data Monetisation Models
1.4 Commercial Data Monetization Approaches
1.5 Data Monetization Service Architecture - Delivery Models
1.6 Data Monetization Market in Automotive
1.7 Platform Economy - B2B, the New Playground
1.8 Shift Away from Platform-only Models
2. Aerospace, Defense and Security
2.1 Taxonomy of Aerospace, Defense and Security Business Models
2.2 Summary
3. Commercial Aviation and Civil Aerospace
3.1 Commercial Aviation Summary and Conclusions
3.2 Airline Costs and Challenges
3.3 Commercial Aviation Processes and Optimisation Solutions
3.4 Commercial Aviation Supplier Ecosystem
3.5 Predix
3.6 The Author’s Interpretation of GE’s Digital Strategy
3.7 Predix Commercial Aviation Market Penetration
3.8 GE Predix Platform to Transform GE’s Existing Customers and Disrupt Core and Non-Core “Industrial” Markets
3.9 Digital Efficiency* Business Models
3.10 Digital Efficiency* Business Model Use Case
3.11 Boeing’s Investment in Avionics
3.12 Boxever
3.13 Airport Labs
3.14 Orbital Micro Systems
3.15 Gentrack Launches Veovo - Total Passenger Management
3.16 Airbus Aerial Fusing Multisources Data to Deliver Value to Customers
3.17 Maritime Surveillance - New Data Analytic Providers
4. Defense
4.1 Overview
4.2 Data for ISR Operations to be Supplied as a Service in Defense Operations
4.3 A400M
4.4 A400M Avionics
4.5 Bringing Skywise and “Fly-by-Data” to the A400M
4.6 The Evolution of Training and Simulation
4.7 General Trends Impact Analysis Next 10 Years Chart
4.8 Training & Simulation Business Models
5. Public Safety and Security
5.1 Public Safety and Security Summary and Conclusions
5.2 Public Safety and the Cloud - An Evolving Relationship
5.3 Axon’s Transformation from Product to Service for Public Safety
5.4 Public Safety - Motorola, AWS, and Avigilon
5.5 Smiths Detection Corsys Platform
6. Conclusion
6.1 Conclusion
6.2 Legal Disclaimer
7. Appendix
7.1 Appendix
7.2 List of Exhibits
8. About the Author

Companies Mentioned

A selection of companies mentioned in this report includes:

  • Airbus
  • Boeing
  • Boxever
  • Obtimal Micro Systems
  • Motorola
  • AWS
  • Avigilon
  • Smiths Detection
  • Axon
  • Gentrack
  • AirportLabs
  • A400M
  • GE Digital