15 February 2021
Visiongain has launched a new report Directed Energy Weapons (DEW) Market Report 2021-2031: Forecasts by Technology (High Energy Laser Technology, High Power Microwave Technology, Particle Beam Weapons), by Product (Lethal Weapons, Non-Lethal Weapons), by Application (Homeland, Security, Defence), by End-user (Navy, Airforce, Army) AND Regional and Leading National Market Analysis PLUS Analysis of Leading DEW Companies AND COVID-19 Recovery Scenarios.
• Rising Investment on Modern Warfare Weapons and Systems to Boost Market Growth
• Armed Conflicts Rising Need for Advanced Weapons
• Growing Demand for Non-Lethal Weapons to Create Significant Opportunities for DEW Manufacturers
• Integration of Directed Energy in CBRN Defense to Expand Applications of DEWs
• High Cost Involved in the Deployment of EW Systems Can Impact the Adoption Rate of DEWs
• Defense Budget Cuts Will Result in the Decline in Invest on Advanced Weapon Technology
• Rising Partnerships and Tie-ups to Bring Innovation in the DEWs Market
• Increasing Investments in R&D to Come up with Latest DEWs
• In December 2020, Thales entered into a partnership agreement with Australian Army to perform research and development to introduce next gen weapons for defense sector. Further, the R&D program focus on new, disruptive technologies to increase the warfare capabilities of soldiers and defend them against contemporary threats.
• In October 2020, The Boeing Company signed a partnership agreement with General Atomics to develop new laser weapons for air and missile defense. As per the agreement, the companies will be manufacturing a 100 kilowatt laser that will be scalable to 250 kilowatts and it can be integrated onboard ground vehicles, ships and aircraft and employed as a standalone system.
Market Segmentation 2021-2031:
The Directed Energy Weapon Market is segmented on the Technology, Product, End User, Application, and Regional basis.
• High Energy Laser Technology
• High Power Microwave Technology
• Particle Beam Weapons
• Air Force
• Homeland Security
Focused regional forecasts and analysis explore the future opportunities:
• North America
o Rest of Europe
o Rest of Asia-Pacific
• Latin America
o Rest of Latin America
• Middle East
o Saudi Arabia
o Rest of Middle East
Companies covered in the report include:
• Azimuth Corporation
• BAE Systems plc
• The Boeing Company
• Thales Group
• General Atomics
• General Dynamics Corporation
• Kratos Defense & Security Solutions
• Lockheed Martin Corporation
• Northrop Grumman Corporation
• Raytheon Company
• Rheinmetall AG
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