Visiongain publishes Intelligent Automation in Aerospace & Defence Market Report 2020-2030

28 May 2020
Aviation

Intelligent Automation in Aerospace & Defence market is driven by adoption of emerging technologies such as robotic process automation, machine learning, cognitive analysis, artificial intelligence and predictive technology and is set to grow to US $xyz billion by 2030.

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This report evaluates the current levels of global expenditure invested in the Intelligent Automation in Aerospace & Defence market. In the next decade, the Intelligent Automation in Aerospace & Defence market will register strong growth. Visiongain forecasts that between 2020 to 2030, the aerospace and defence industry will change drastically owing to the introduction of new technologies coupled with artificial intelligence and machine learning.

Visiongain anticipates the market was worth $xyz million in 2020. Owing to the advancements in technologies such as natural language processing and cognitive analysis the intelligent automation in aerospace & defence market is expected to grow further in the coming years. Companies are also investing in the research and development to design and develop new products that can gather real time information and send it back to the manufacturers to analyse it.

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The Intelligent Automation in Aerospace & Defence market is segmented on the basis of component and application and these segments are further divided. Component is categorized into hardware, software and services. Based on application the market is classified into military, commercial aviation and space. This report then profiles the most significant companies operating within the global Intelligent Automation in Aerospace & Defence market in order to give a deeper understanding of its current atmosphere.

By component, hardware segment dominated the overall market owing to the factors such as increased graphic card speed and better performance of the processors. The chips are usually designed and focused on novel data flow architectures, low-precision arithmetic and in-memory computing capability. On the other hand, services segment is expected to grow at a strong rate owing to the increasing adoption and implementation of artificial intelligence across aerospace & defence industry.

By region, Asia Pacific dominated the overall market for intelligent automation in aerospace & defence with China dominating the overall region. China is leading its way in the implementation of intelligence automation application in military, commercial aviation and space industry. For instance, Most of China's airports intends to secure biometric technology tokens for all points of contact by 2022. They also commit themselves to the full-scale implementation of self-serve boarding gates using biometric authentication.

The intelligent automation in aerospace & defence industry is fragmented in nature. There are some established players involved in the development of the market from both information technology and aerospace & defence industry. Some of the major players analysed in the report are Microsoft Corporation, IBM Corporation, Airbus Group SE, The Boeing Company, Thales SA, Lockheed Martin Corporation, Intel Corporation, NVIDIA, Micron, Samsung, Xilinx, Amazon, General Electric, Garmin, SITA and Iris Automation Inc.

Notes for Editors
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