04 November 2021
Visiongain has published a new report entitled the Military Identification Friend or Foe Market Report 2022-2032: Forecasts by Type (Ground-based IFF, Vehicle Mounted IFF, Fixed/Rotary Wing Aircraft IFF, Unmanned Aerial Vehicle IFF, Ships IFF, Submarines IFF), by Hardware (IFF Transponder, IFF Interrogator, Crypto Computer, IFF Antenna, IFF Test Equipment), by Platform (Terrestrial, Airborne, Naval), by Component (IFF Hardware, IFF Software, Market Size ($Mn)) AND Regional and Leading National Market Analysis PLUS Analysis of Leading Companies AND COVID-19 Recovery Scenarios.
The global military IFF systems market was valued at US$xx million in 2021 and is projected to grow at a CAGR of xx% during the forecast period 2022-2032.
Existing Military Infrastructure Modernization
To achieve all of the strategic goals, the Armed Forces must undergo a lengthy modernization process that demands significant advances in material capabilities. The Armed Forces want to increase their quality by becoming a professional force with well-trained personnel, cutting-edge technology and armament, modern and interoperable tools, and the ability to conduct a wider range of operations. The modernisation programme of the Air Force helps to achieve this goal. The Air Force is upgrading several vital systems, including the Command and Control System, the Information System, which comprises air and marine space surveillance systems, and the security of other intelligence equipment systems.
How has COVID-19 had a significant negative impact on the Military IFF Systems Market?
The pandemic of COVID-19 forced shipping and maritime industries to encounter the harshest conditions as workers in these sectors were shut down for the safety and prevention of the COVID-19 escalation. This setback was created also by the stall of cargos of all types by water and air during the quarantine period (isolation period) as it may be possible to spread the virus from one port to another by transporting cargas on ships or by air. This extensive pandemic has created significant harms not only from the ports in China (where the virus is claimed to originate) but also in ports worldwide for shipping and maritime industries. Every commercial chain, including the main trade in imports and exports, has a collapse. In this period of terrible events and in this urgent circumstance, the entry of containers and vessels operating from other ports, especially those delivered from China, was also prohibited by several countries. The logistics and operations of these sectors have been hindered by such slowed activities. During this bad period, many workers and employees are detained on ships because of quarantine or other prescription safety concerns. The ports also operate at a low capacity and the storage facilities are overloaded.
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What are the current market drivers?
Military IFF Cloud Computing
When they started creating its cloud computing infrastructure roughly a decade ago, the US Armed Forces were at the forefront of the modernisation movement. Data would be provided to both combat and non-combat organisations inside a military structure. The commercial sector pioneered cloud computing, and defence departments have benefited from the technology that is now available.
Growing Adoption of IoT, Machine Learning and AI
The Internet of Things (IoT) is rapidly transforming the current ICT landscape, with a substantial number of cellular IoT devices expected to be deployed over the next several years. Many aspects of our lives are being transformed by IoT devices, including health care, transportation, and our living spaces. Because of the enormous advancements in analytics and cloud computing technologies, they are expected to be able to provide suitable contextual data through their autonomous communication with each other without human contact. All of these hoped-for benefits are propelling the technology's adoption. On the other hand, malevolent attackers can compromise IoT nodes by exploiting their resource restrictions and associated vulnerabilities. Because of their widespread use, IoT security concerns can pose serious privacy issues as well as financial harm. Maintaining privacy, security, and company operations/opportunities are all top priorities as they become increasingly important in our daily lives. IoT devices, for example, can be used for a variety of purposes and deployed in a variety of settings, including the home, health care, and industrial settings. As a result, they can transport sensitive personal information like user information and daily activities. The most appealing approach appears to be IoT systems with softwarized networks. Network softwarization is a promising movement that aims to revolutionise the telecommunications industry by incorporating cloud computing technologies and software models into network services
Where are the market opportunities?
Integration of Satellite Based System with Military IFF System
Three interconnected variables drive the evolution of telecommunication systems: technological advancements, the development of new services, and traffic growth. High-speed processors and small-size high-capacity storage discs enable the delivery of exciting new multimedia services such as entertainment and gaming to low-cost terminals at affordable pricing to the customer. As a result, customer demands rise, and network traffic rises with them. To deal with the avalanche effect, communication systems must change either internally or by creating entirely new networks tailored to the new service offerings and in a cost-effective manner. The idea is that network integration, specifically network integration of terrestrial and satellite networks, is the only way to do this.
Cockpit Modernisation (CNS/ATM)
Civil Aviation Authorities will gradually implement new airspace architecture, Air Traffic Management (ATM) procedures, and Communication, Navigation, and Surveillance (CNS) systems in order to cope with increased civil air traffic. To develop a seamless Global Air Traffic Management system, the future CNS/ATM environment will rely heavily on digital technology, satellite systems, and various levels of automation (GATM). Military aircraft such as the E3A will eventually be restricted to operate as General Air Traffic (GAT), causing flight operations to be hampered. The modernisation of the cockpit includes a large number of sub-systems designed to ensure that the aircraft may operate in and transit through any airspace without restriction.
The major players operating in the military IFF systems market are BAE Systems plc, Thales Group, Leonardo SpA, Raytheon Technologies Corp, Northrop Grumman, Siemens AG, General Dynamics, Saab Group, Indra Sistemas SA, Advanced Micro Devices Inc., Sopra Steria, API Technologies Corp, Captronics System, Data Link Solutions (DLS) LLC, Telephonics Corporation, Tellumat, These major players operating in this market have adopted various strategies comprising M&A, investment in R&D, collaborations, partnerships, regional business expansion, and new product launch.
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