Visiongain Publishes Aircraft Lightning Protection System Market Report 2020-2030

08 February 2020
Aviation

Visiongain has launched a new report Aircraft Lightning Protection System Market Report 2020-2030: Forecasts by Application (Test Service, Lighting Detection & Warning, Lighting Protection) by End User (Civil, Military), by Aircraft Type (Narrow Body, Regional Transport, Wide Body Aircraft, Very Large Aircraft, Business Aircraft, Rotary Wing) PLUS Profiles of Leading Companies and Regional and Leading National Market Analysis.

Aircraft lighting protection systems aims to protect the passenger and crew members inside aircraft from lighting strike strikes. Lighting strikes are very common, but the systems in place currently can mitigate the effects of lightning strikes in the aircraft. This prevention is primarily due to advanced designing techniques developed by the engineers and effective systems in place. This includes extensive wiring and shielding from electronic equipment from power surges and transient currents.

Based on estimates, each commercial airline is experienced with one lightning strike every year which represents the importance of lighting protection. Lighting strikes in aircraft are based on several factors including the geographic area where the plane operates and how often airplanes pass through takeoff and landing altitudes. Companies are primarily focusing on the design of aircraft and testing of commercial planes to ensure aircraft are protected through their service life. Primary methods to ensure aircraft lighting protection include material selection, finish selection, installation, and application of protective features.

Some of the players operating in the market include Cobham, Saab, Honeywell International, L3 Technologies, Microsemi Corporation, TE Connectivity, Dayton-Granger, Dexmet Corporation, Astroseal Products Manufacturing, Pinnacle Lightning Protection, Avidyne, National Technical Systems, and Lord Corporation. These players are also taking several strategic initiatives such as mergers, acquisitions, and partnerships to increase their presence in the global market. These major companies are increasingly focusing on various research and development activities to gain competitive advantage.

Notes for Editors
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