24 March 2021
Visiongain has published a new report on Active Noise and Vibration Control (ANVC) System Market Report to 2031: Forecasts by Platform (Commercial, Military), By Component (Hardware, Software), by Application (Noise, Vibration). PLUS, Profiles of Leading Active Noise and Vibration Control (ANVC) Companies and Regional and Leading National Market Analysis. PLUS COVID-19 Recovery Scenarios.
Global Active Noise and Vibration Control (ANVC) System market was valued at US$ xx billion in 2020 and is projected to reach at a market value of US$ xx billion by 2031.
COVID-19 Impact on Active Noise and Vibration Control (ANVC) System Market
The COVID-19 pandemic has impacted lives of people all around the globe. It has proved quite detrimental for business across the globe and no industry and remained untouched by its impacts. This pandemic has caused a serious disruption in the supply chain and has resulted in a huge supply-demand gap in the market for active noise and vibration control (ANVC) system worldwide.
Improved Pilot and Cabin Crew Performance
One of the main factors that is expected to drive the growth of active noise and vibration control systems market is that it boosts the performance of pilots and aircraft crew members. The active noise and vibration control (ANVC) system helps reduce the vibration and noise, which makes the communication between pilot and air-traffic controllers hassle-free.
Improved Aircraft Performance
Active noise and vibration control (ANVC) system is used in the aircrafts for noise cancellation and vibration damping which is usually generated from different parts of the jet engine. This system requires high performance and precision and the ongoing technological advancements will produce more effective ANVCs in the future.
Advancements in System Components
The aircraft performance is greatly improved by employing the active noise and vibration control systems (ANVCs) in an aircraft, as the vibrations would cause serious damages to several aircraft components such as windows, windshield, doors, and fuselage, among others. Hence, the demand for the enhancement of aircraft performance is expected to drive the growth of active noise and vibration control (ANVC) systems over the forecast years.
Some of the companies profiled in the report include Moog Inc., Ultra Electronics Holdings PLC, Lord Corporation, Bosch General Aviation Technology GmbH, Wolfe Aviation, Creo Dynamics AB, Terma A/S, Hutchinson SA, Ois Aerospace, and Ro-Ra Aviation System GmbH.
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