“The global Ground Surveillance Radar market is expected to reach US$ 7.61bn in 2019, up from 7.34 bn in 2018” says new Visiongain report

06 December 2018
Defence

Visiongain has launched a new defence report Ground Surveillance Radar Market Report 2019-2029: Global Forecasts by Product (Short Range, Medium Range, Long Range), Application (Military, Aerospace, Homeland Security, Others), Region (North America, Europe, Asia Pacific, Middle East, Africa, Latin America).

Radars are detection systems that use radio waves to determine the velocity, range, and angle of the objects. They are used to detect ships, aircrafts, missiles, and motor vehicles among others. Radars consist of a transmitter that produces electromagnetic waves in the microwaves or radio domain, a receiving and transmitting antenna and a processer and receiver in order to determine the property of the objects.

Ground surveillance radars are man portable and are capable of providing long detection ranges transmitting low peak power. These radars have high reliability, can be exposed to harsh field environment conditions, works in adverse weather conditions, and can work in an intensified profile of mission either in day or night. Ground surveillance radars can be deployed as a portable unit and can also be mounted on a vehicle. Ground surveillance radars specifically monitor activities surrounding areas which include airports, military bases, seaports, borders, refineries and other important industries. These radars are characterized by their ability to detect ground level movements such as possible targets crawling or walking towards a facility. These radars have ranges from a few meters to approximately 10 kilometers.

Leading companies featured in the report who are developing Anti-Tank Guided Missiles include Lockheed Martin Corporation, Raytheon Company, Rafael Advanced Defence Systems Ltd., Saab Group, MBDA, KBP Instrument Design Bureau, General Dynamics Corporation, Roketsan A.Ş., Denel SOC Ltd, & BAE Systems plc.

Notes for Editors

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