Antenna, Transducer, and Radome Market by Product, Platform, Finish-Person, Utility, Know-how, Frequency, and Area

Dublin, March 31, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – The Antennas, Transducers and Radomes Market by Product (Antenna and Transducer, Radome), Platform (Ground, Marine, Air), End-User, Application, Technology (Radar, Communication), Sonar ), Frequency, Region – Global Forecast to 2025 “report was added Offer.

The global ATR market size is projected to increase from $ 9.1 billion in 2020 to $ 16.0 billion in 2025, with an annual growth rate of 11.9% from 2020 to 2025.

The growth of the market is due to the growing trend of automation in flight control and the increase in defense spending and R&D activities to develop ATR that can withstand harsh conditions and provide long-range capabilities with low power consumption.

The ATR market includes important players such as Raytheon Technologies Corporation (USA), Honeywell International Inc. (USA), L3Harris Technologies Inc. (USA), Lockheed Martin Corporation (USA) and Cobham Plc (UK). These players have spread their business across different countries including North America, Europe, Asia Pacific, the Middle East and Africa, and Latin America. COVID-19 has also had an impact on business. Industry experts believe that COVID-19 could affect ATR production and services by 25-30% globally in 2020.

Soil: The largest market share segment of the ATR market by platform

Based on the platform, the ATR market is divided into air, ground and marine platforms. The ground platform is the platform segment that makes up the largest share of the ATR market. The increasing demand for improved and optimized communication, navigation and monitoring on all platforms is driving the antenna, transducer and radome market. The marine segment of the Antenna, Transducer and Radome Market is expected to grow at the highest CAGR during the forecast period as the demand for unmanned underwater vehicles increases and military ships are upgraded, which in turn leads to an increase in the demand for antennas and transponders.

Defense: Largest market share segment of the ATR market by end users

Based on the end user, the ATR market is divided into trading and defense. The defense segment is the largest segment of the ATR market when compared to the commercial segment. The market growth is due to the high volume of antennas, transducers and radomes used in defense platforms.

Asia Pacific: The fastest growing region in the ATR market.

For the Asia-Pacific region, the highest CAGR rate is forecast for the ATR market during the forecast period. Countries in the Asia-Pacific region are rapidly developing and improving the capabilities of aircraft systems. This gives antenna, transducer and radome manufacturers the opportunity to improve their business in the region. An increase in demand for low cost carriers (LCCs) is one of the factors driving the growth of the ATR market in the Asia Pacific region.

Main topics covered:

1 Introduction

2 research methodology

3 Summary

4 Premium Insights
4.1 Attractive market opportunities
4.2 Antennas, Transducers and Radomes Market by Product
4.3 Antenna, Transducer, and Radome Market by Technology
4.4 Antenna, Transducer and Radome Market by Country

5 Market overview
5.1 Introduction
5.2 Market dynamics
5.2.1 Driver Expansion of aerospace modernization programs Increasing demand for military uavs Demand for technologically advanced ATR for next generation aircraft Importance of radomes in warfare
5.2.2 Limitations Long duration of product certification
5.2.3 Possibilities Emergence of aircraft manufacturers in the Asia-Pacific region and Latin America Increasing popularity of Evtol aircraft New composite materials to improve the radome properties
5.2.4 Challenges High manufacturing costs and design constraints Maintenance of radomes Economic challenges due to COVID-19 Reduced global need for maintenance, repair and overhaul (Mro) due to COVID-19
5.3 Average selling price
5.4 Value chain analysis
5.5 Market Ecosystem Map
5.5.1 Prominent companies
5.5.2 Private and Small Businesses
5.5.3 End users
5.6 Disruptions that affect the business of ATR customers
5.6.1 Revenue Shift & New Revenue Pockets for ATR Manufacturers
5.7 Porter’s Five Forces Analysis
5.7.1 New Participant Threat
5.7.2 Substitute Threat
5.7.3 Bargaining power of suppliers
5.7.4 Bargaining power of buyers
5.7.5 Degree of Competition
5.8 Trade data statistics
5.8.1 Export data statistics
5.8.2 Import data statistics
5.9 Technology trends in the ATR market
5.9.1 Using a Cross Platform Anti-Jam GPS Navigational Antenna (Magna)
5.9.2 Reconfigurable fluid antennas for aircraft adaptability
5.10 case study
5.10.1 Installation of mechanical phased array antennas for in-flight broadband service
5.11 Scope / scenarios

6 industry trends
6.1 Introduction
6.2 Technology trends
6.2.1 Radar with synthetic aperture
6.2.2 3D printing
6.2.3 Advanced materials for UAV antennas
6.2.4 Use of a wide V-band for satellite-aircraft communication
6.2.5 Light antennas
6.2.6 Plasma radome technology for spaceborne antennas
6.2.7 Stealth Radomes
6.2.8 Dyneema crystal technology for radomes
6.2.9 Resin transfer molding technique
6.2.10 Multi-band radomes
6.3 Innovations and patent applications

7 Antenna, Transducer, and Radome Market by Platform
7.1 Introduction
7.2 soil
7.2.1 Telecommunication towers
7.2.2 Ground vehicles Command and control vehicles Self-propelled artillery vehicles Unmanned ground vehicles (Ugv) Commercial vehicles
7.2.3 Air traffic control
7.2.4 Command centers
7.3 Navy
7.3.1 Merchant ships Passenger ships Bulk carriers Container Tanker Dry cargo ships General cargo ships Others
7.3.2 Military ships Submarines Destroyer Frigates Corvettes Aircraft carrier Offshore auxiliary vessels (Osvs)
7.3.3 Commercial aircraft Narrow body aircraft (Nba) Wide-body aircraft (Wba) Extra Wide Body Aircraft Regional transport aircraft (Rta)
7.3.4 Business & General Aviation Business Jets Light aircraft Commercial helicopters
7.3.5 Military aircraft Fighter jets Special mission aircraft Transport aircraft Military helicopters
7.3.6 Unmanned Aircraft (UAV) Commercial UAV Military uav
7.3.7 Evtols Air taxi Personal aircraft Air ambulance Air cargo vehicle

8 Antennas, Transducers, and Radomes Market by Product Type
8.1 Introduction
8.2 Antenna and converter
8.2.1 Growing disputes between countries are driving demand for antennas and transducers in the defense sector
8.2.2 Antenna market by structure
8.2.3 Parabolic reflector antennas
8.2.4 Flatplane antennas
8.2.5 Others
8.2.6 Antenna market by type Aperture antennas Microstrip antennas Array antennas Wire antennas
8.2.7 Converter market by type Software-defined converters Conventional converters
8.3 Radome
8.3.1 Sandwich
8.3.2 Solid laminate
8.3.3 Dielectric space frame
8.3.4 Metal space frame

9 Antenna, Transducer, and Radome Market by End-User
9.1 Introduction
9.2 Effects of COVID-19 on Commercial and Defense Antennas, Transducers and Radomes
9.2.1 Most Affected End User Segment Commercial
9.2.2 Least Impacted End User Segment Defense
9.3 Commercial
9.4 Defense

10 Antenna, Transducer, and Radome Market by Frequency
10.1 Introduction
10.2 Hf / Uhf / Vhf band
10.2.1 These frequency bands are preferred for remote monitoring and tracking
10.3 L band
10.3.1 L-band radars are widely used for fleet management and asset tracking
10.4 S-band
10.4.1 S-band radars are used for medium-range surveillance
10.5 C-band
10.5.1 C-band radars are used for long-range military battlefields and ground surveillance
10.6 X-band
10.6.1 X-band radars are used for situation detection
10.7 Ku band
10.7.1 Ka bands offer wide beam coverage and higher throughput compared to lower bands
10.8 Ka band
10.8.1 Ka-band transmits data at a higher rate than Ku-band
10.9 multiband
10.9.1 Multi-band radars are used for the coherent detection and tracking of moving target objects

11 Antenna, Transducer, and Radome Market by Application
11.1 Introduction
11.2 Communication
11.2.1 Communication needs on board a platform and command center that are expected to drive the market
11.3 Navigation and Monitoring
11.3.1 Growing focus on the autonomous operation of platforms to drive market growth

12 Antenna, Transducer, and Radome Market by Technology
12.1 Introduction
12.2 Radar
12.2.1 The need for satellite-based warfare, ISR and information dissemination are driving this segment forward
12.3 Communication
12.3.1 Demand for custom communication solutions to increase connectivity for ground support, which is expected to power the market
12.4 Sonar
12.4.1 The need to improve seawater monitoring drives the demand for sonar systems
12.4.2 Airborne sonar
12.4.3 Ship sonar

13 Antenna, transducer and radome market, regional analysis
13.1 Introduction
13.2 Impact of COVID-19 on Antennas, Transducers, and Radomes Market by Region
13.3 North America
13.4 Europe
13.5 Asia Pacific
13.6 Middle East and Africa
13.7 Latin America

14 Competitive Landscape
14.1 Introduction
14.2 Market Share Analysis, 2019
14.3 Sales analysis of the top 5 market participants, 2019
14.4 Competitive Leadership Mapping
14.4.1 star
14.4.2 Aspiring Leader
14.4.3 Penetrating
14.4.4 Participants
14.4.5 ATR Market Competitive Leadership Mapping (Startups / Sme) Progressive Companies Responsive companies Dynamic companies Starting blocks
14.5 Competitive Scenario
14.5.1 Market Valuation Framework
14.5.2 New Product Introduction and Development
14.5.3 Contracts
14.5.4 Acquisitions / Partnerships / Joint Ventures / Agreements

15 Company profile
15.1 Main Actors
15.1.1 L3Harris Technologies, Inc.
15.1.2 Cobham plc
15.1.3 Raytheon Technology Corporation
15.1.4 Lockheed Martin Corporation
15.1.5 General dynamics
15.1.6 Northrop Grumman Corporation
15.1.7 Honeywell International Inc.
15.1.8 Astronics
15.1.9 Bae Systems plc.
1/15/10 The Boeing Company
January 15, 2011 Jenoptik
1/15/12 Royal DSM
1/15/13 Saint-Gobain
1/15/14 North Am
1/15/15 Communications & Power Industries LLC
1/15/16 HR Smith group of companies
1/15/17 Antcom
1/15/18 Thales Group
January 15, 2019 Rohde & Schwarz
1/15/20 Flir Systems (Raymarine)
15.1.21 Green telemetry and antenna systems
15.1.22 Kongsberg groups
1/15/23 Rami
1/15/24 Kelvin Hughes
1/15/25 Starwin Industries
1/15/26 Toray Advanced Composites
1/15/27 Royal Engineered Composites
15.1.28 Kitsap composites
1/15/29 Harbin Topfrp Composite Co., Ltd. (Htc)
15.2 Other companies
15.2.1 Delta G.
15.2.2 Comtech Telecommunications
15.2.3 Kaman composites
15.2.4 FDS Italy Srl
15.2.5 Pacific Radomes Inc.

16 Appendix
16.1 Discussion Guide
16.2 Knowledge Store: The subscription portal
16.3 Available customization

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