The global aerospace and defense telemetry market has a good future prediction, as studied by expert analysts. The expectation of its growth is CAGR 3.81% until 2021 since telemetry is an important factor when it comes to the defense and aerospace sector. Thanks to the advent of smart weapons and modernized systems of warfare, increased efficiency has been the need of the hour in information transmission. This meant significant growth in the telemetry market.
Telemetry system ensures uninterrupted long distance wireless communication in unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs). Successful use of UAVs has been one of the major driving factors in the growth in global telemetry market.
Gulfstream G550 business plane is equipped with Airborne Early Warning (AEW) and has air vehicle adjustments installed in it. This is scheduled to be acquainted with the US Navy administration to be made to a Telemetry Range Support Aircraft (TRSA). This plane operated on the Point Mugu sea range that is off the coast of California on April, 2016.
NASA has set a target of achieving around 1 Gb/s of telemetry data range in future, along with data rates as high as 200Mb/s within the timeline of 202. Further, an ambitious target of 20 Gb/s is to be achieved by 2030. Having developed the Reconfigurable Wideband Ground Receiver (RWGR), which is better in performance than a DSN receiver, NASA is positive about this upgrade. RWGR is a re-programmable software-defined radio that has variable-data-rate. It uses an intermediate frequency (IF) sampling receiver operating at a fixed sampling rate of about 1.28 GHz. It has a 500 MHz instantaneous receiver bandwidth as opposed to the present samples of 160 MHz rate.
The market segments are as follows:
- According to its application: Defense or Aerospace
- According to its type: Radio or Satellite
- According to its geography – South America, North America, Europe, Africa, the Middle East and Asia-Pacific
When it comes to deciding the biggest spender of space research, North America is the clear winner. It has the maximum number of satellites that are operational. As a consequence North America wins the title of being the market leader in the telemetric market sector. It had more than 40% share in the year 2015. However, future is more ambitious about Asia-Pacific with taking over the market lead. This would be because the defense expenditure is predicted to fall in North America in the coming years. Countries like India, Japan and China are seen to make significant advances in the telemetric and defense field and can be banked upon in future.
L3 Communications, Cobham and BAE Systems are some of the stalwarts in the Global Aerospace and Defense Telemetry Market.
Market analysis report highlights:
The analysis report covers region-specific assessments as well as competition analysis on a regional and global scale.
The report also describes the market definition, identifying key drivers, restraints and opportunities.
Interviews of experts are also present in the report, stating expert insights on market shifts. Experts have also predicted future of the market, sighting the factors that impact the vendors along with some short term as well as long term strategies to overcome challenges.
Factors that have been instrumental in changing present market scenario have been identified and discussed in detail. Rising prospective opportunities have been pointed out and key influential companies of the market have been named.
There is a section that contains researched competitive landscape with listed profiles of some of the major companies, cited with their market share.
Micro and macro factors have been identified and their affect on the aerospace and defense telemetry market have been analyzed with a regional as well as global perspective.
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