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Counter-Unmanned Aerial System (C-UAS) Technologies - Key Drivers, Trends and New Developments

  • ID: 4745119
  • Report
  • June 2020
  • Region: Global
  • 72 pages
  • GlobalData
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FEATURED COMPANIES

  • Airbus
  • CACI
  • DeDrone
  • General Atomics
  • LocMas
  • Selex
  • MORE
Summary

Unmanned Aerial Vehicles/Systems (UAVs/UASs) have witnessed tremendous advances in terms of the number of deployed systems, as well as individual system capabilities, which in turn have led to the massive proliferation of UASs, manifesting in an acutely increasing demand curve that is only anticipated to rise over the next decade

The proliferation of UAVs has been so extensive that even insurgent groups such as Islamic State (IS) have been reported to be using these systems for attacks on US, Russian and Syrian forces in the Syrian conflict. There are several instances where commercial UAVs have been used in an attempt to create chaos and carry out terror missions

The concept of UAV swarm attacks has also helped to further the demand for C-UAS systems globally. Defined as multiple autonomous aircraft networked together, deterrence against a UAV swarm attack is anticipated to usher in a new era of C-UAS capabilities, bringing along with it the need to employ more sophisticated systems with much faster response times

With smaller UAVs such as micro, mini and nano versions arriving in bulk in the consumer market, as well as military arsenals, early detection of these systems has become an even more challenging task owing to the much smaller signature that these smaller platforms possess. Also, since civilian UAVs are much smaller and tend to fly at low altitudes, detection by radar may not be the best option at all times

The proliferation of UAVs has been so extensive that even insurgent groups such as Islamic State (IS) have been reported to be using these systems for attacks on US, Russian and Syrian forces in the Syrian conflict. There are several instances where commercial UAVs have been used in an attempt to create chaos and carry out terror missions. Terrorist tactics have included the arming of cheap UAVs to deploy grenades and mortar rounds, which in turn have raised serious concerns on issues

With smaller UAVs such as micro, mini and nano versions arriving in bulk in the consumer market, as well as military arsenals, early detection of these systems has become an even more challenging task owing to the much smaller signature that these smaller platforms possess. Also, since civilian UAVs are much smaller and tend to fly at low altitudes, detection by radar may not be the best option at all times.

Scope

In particular, it provides an in-depth analysis of the following -
  • Market drivers: detailed analysis of demand drivers and growth stimulators. It also provides a snapshot of the spending and modernization patterns of different regions around the world.
  • Recent developments and industry challenges: insights into technological developments and a detailed analysis of the changing preferences of customers around the world. It also provides trends of the changing industry structure and the challenges faced by industry participants.
  • Regional highlights: study of the key markets in each region, providing an analysis of the key segments of the market that are expected to be in demand.
  • Competitive landscape: analysis of the competitive landscape of the global market. It provides an overview of key players, together with information regarding key alliances and strategic initiatives
Reasons to Buy
  • Determine prospective investment areas based on a detailed trend analysis of the global Counter-UAS market
  • Strengthen your understanding of the market in terms of demand drivers, industry trends, and the latest technological developments, among others
  • Identify the major channels that are driving the global Counter-UAS market, providing a clear picture about future opportunities that can be tapped, resulting in revenue expansion
  • Channelize resources by focusing on the ongoing programs that are being undertaken by the internal ministries of different countries within the global C-UAS market
  • Make correct business decisions based on an analysis of the competitive landscape of the sector with profiles of the top counter UAS systems providers around the world which include information about their products, alliances and recent contract wins , also contains exhaustive lists of all major companies active in the sector wkithin a particular country in the Top 4 Spender profiles
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FEATURED COMPANIES

  • Airbus
  • CACI
  • DeDrone
  • General Atomics
  • LocMas
  • Selex
  • MORE
Executive Summary
  • Introduction to Counter-UAS Technologies
  • Counter-UAS Technologies -Dynamics
  • Drivers -Counter-UAS Technologies
  • Demand Drivers: Analysis of the factors that trigger expenditure within sector
  • Key Challenges
  • Key Market Trends
  • Key Trends: Prevalent practices and development patterns within the Sector
  • Key Technological Trends
  • Counter-UAS Identification Technologies
  • Counter-UAS Technologies -Regional Perspective
  • Country Analysis -Profiles of Leading Countries
  • Overview of Counter-UAS Technology initiatives in the country
  • Suppliers Analysis -Leading companies
  • Company Overview
  • C-UAS Products, Alliances, Recent Contracts
  • APPENDIX
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  • Thales
  • Raytheon
  • Airbus
  • Blighter Surveillance Systems
  • Dedrone
  • BAE Systems
  • Drone Defence
  • Selex
  • SteelRock Technologies
  • LocMas
  • Babcock
  • Alion Science and Technolgy
  • CACI
  • Cobham Antenna Systems
  • DeDrone
  • DRS/Moog
  • General Atomics
  • Kelvin Hughes
  • Kirintec
  • QinetiQ
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