Global Radar Systems Market (2021 to 2026)

Dublin, 15 March 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – The “Market for radar systems by application, platform (air, sea, unmanned, ground, space), band, type, component, range, size, technology and region (North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific, Middle East and Africa and Latin America) – Forecast to 2026. “ report added to’s supply.

The radar systems market is estimated at $ 32.5 billion in 2021 and is expected to reach $ 41.0 billion by 2026 with a CAGR of 4.8% from 2021 to 2026.

The growth of this market may be due to the growth of trade in radar systems, the development of the defense sector and the national security sector.

Increasing demand for advanced weather monitoring radars to drive the radar market during the forecast period

Weather monitoring radar, also known as weather monitoring radar (WSR) and Doppler meteorological radar, have been developed to detect precipitation (rain, snow and hail, among others) and calculate its direction of travel to the meteorological conditions in a certain region at a given moment are assessed. These radars are used in commercial, scientific and military applications, and many companies are actively developing new technologies for use in weather monitoring. For example, in June 2020, Honeywell (USA) developed the IntuVue RDR-7000 meteorological radar system, which can be used in military and defense applications. The IntuVue RDR-7000 can also be used on urban mobility platforms such as air taxis and on-board emergency vehicles.

Development of active electronically scanned radar

Active Electron Scanned Array Technology (AESA) is a module containing a new generation of transceiver modules. Software-defined radio (SDR) is used for radio communications due to its high data rate. The use of AESA technology is growing rapidly due to its increased reliability and availability and is expected to replace conventional radar systems in the near future. This has allowed countries such as the United States, Norway, the Netherlands, India and Israel, among others, to incorporate AESA into legacy / old systems on land, sea and air platforms.

Due to its electronic jamming resistance, low interception, high reliability and multi-mode capability, countries around the world are adding AESA radar to their military aircraft, and ships and manufacturers around the world are working to meet demand. The inclusion of AESA radar in aircraft / marine / ground platforms will remain relevant as e-warfare becomes increasingly important and without AESA, modern conventional military is obsolete.

Europe: The largest contributing region in the radar market.

Europe is the largest market for radar systems in terms of demand, as well as the presence of key manufacturers of radar systems. The region accounts for a total share of 33.8% of the global radar systems market in 2020. Europe has many countries investing a good amount of money in defense infrastructure. This leads to high requirements for radar systems in Europe.

Main topics covered:

1. Introduction

2 Research methodology

3 Summary

4 Premium Insights

5 Market overview
5.1 Introduction
5.2 Market dynamics
5.2.1 Drivers The emergence of modern electronic warfare and network-centered warfare Development of a solid state radar phase array Significant investment by governments to upgrade existing fighter radar Increasing the defense spending of emerging economies Increased demand for advanced weather monitoring radar
5.2.2 Restrictions Limited bandwidth for commercial applications due to preference for military use
5.2.3 Opportunities Increase in the reception of unmanned aerial vehicles and light radars Development of cheap and miniature radar
5.2.4 Challenges Strict cross-border trade policies Susceptibility to new silencing techniques
5.3 COVID-19 impact scenarios
5.4 Impact of COVID-19 on the radar systems market
5.4.1 Impact on demand Major changes from January 2020 to August 2021
5.4.2 Impact on supplies
5.5 Trends / disturbances affecting customers’ business
5.5.1 Radar systems in unmanned surface ships (Usv)
5.6 Market ecosystem
5.6.1 Famous companies
5.6.2 Private and small enterprises
5.6.3 End users
5.7 Price analysis
5.7.1 Analysis of the average selling price of radar systems in 2020 (million USD)
5.8 Tariff and regulatory landscape of the maritime industry
5.9 Trading data
5.10 Radar Systems Market Value Chain Analysis
5.10.1 Research and development
5.10.2 Raw material
5.10.3 Manufacturers of components / products (Oems)
5.10.4 Assemblers and integrators
5.10.5 End users
5.11 Porter’s Five Forces Model
5.12 Technological analysis
5.13 Cases of use
5.14 Operational data

6 Trends in the industry
6.1 Introduction
6.2 Supply chain analysis
6.2.1 Large companies
6.2.2 Small and medium enterprises
6.2.3 End Users / Customers
6.3 Emerging trends in the industry
6.3.1 Software defined radar
6.3.2 Mimo (multiple inputs / multiple outputs)
6.3.3 Active electronically controlled array (Aesa)
6.3.4 Synthetic Aperture Radar (Isar)
6.3.5 Quantum radar
6.3.6 Technique for forming a digital beam in radar
6.3.7 4D electronically scanned radar systems
6.4 Impact of megatrends
6.4.1 Digitalization and introduction of IoT systems in airborne radar
6.4.2 Change in world economic power
6.5 Innovation and patent registrations

7 Radar systems market, by platform
7.1 Introduction
7.2 Air
7.2.1 Aew & C systems use radar for command and control
7.2.2 Commercial aircraft Fixed wing airplane High demand for radars for navigation purposes Rotary wing airplane Increased demand for rescue missions and recreational use
7.2.3 Military aircraft Fixed wing airplane Security and dominance in the air – key operations performed by radar systems in fixed wing aircraft Rotary wing airplane Development of a high-capacity military aircraft reinforcement segment
7.3 Marine
7.3.1 Marine radar systems widely used for navigation and collision avoidance
7.3.2 Merchant ships Demand driven by tourism and freight services
7.3.3 Warships Technological progress in stealth ships equipped with modern Isr and radar systems
7.4 Unmanned
7.4.1 Unmanned systems, normally equipped with radar navigation systems
7.4.2 UAVs The segment to increase research demand
7.4.3 Ugv Assistance in gathering information from inaccessible areas
7.4.4 Adoption Increase military use to strengthen the segment
7.5 Earth
7.5.1 The increased need for border surveillance drives a terrestrial segment
7.5.2 Fixed radar systems The demand to monitor the segment for strategic places Air defense systems Meteorological stations Border surveillance systems Air traffic monitoring stations
7.5.3 Portable radar systems Need to detect smuggling activities at borders – a key factor for the segment
7.5.4 Mobile radar systems Widely used in military and commercial applications
7.6 Space
7.6.1 Moving target identification and high-resolution digital mapping – possible with space radar
7.6.2 Satellites
7.6.3 Spaceship

8 Market of radar systems, by frequency band
8.1 Introduction
8.2 Single tape
8.2.1 Microwave radar dominates the single-band radar market
8.2.2 Radio waves U / V Hf range
8.2.3 Microwave oven L-strip S-strip C-strip X-strip K- / Ku- / Ka-Band Others
8.2.4 Millimeter wave
8.3 Multiband
8.3.1 Used for coordinated detection and tracking of moving targets

9 Market of radar systems, by components
9.1 Introduction
9.2 Antenna
9.2.1 Electronically controlled arrays to dominate the antenna segment
9.2.2 Rotating antennas
9.2.3 Electronically controlled grille Active arrays Passive arrays
9.2.4 Microband antennas
9.3 Transmitters
9.3.1 Solid state radar transmission segment to transmitter master segment
9.3.2 Magnetron
9.3.3 Solid State Radar Transmitter
9.4 Receiver
9.4.1 Radar receivers optimize the detection capacity with bandwidth characteristics
9.4.2 Amplifier
9.4.3 Mixer
9.4.4 Signal processor
9.4.5 Display
9.5 Duplexer
9.5.1 Duplexer – a switch that simultaneously connects the antenna to the transmitter and receiver
9.6 Waveguide
9.6.1 Used in radar systems for transmission of microwave and millimeter wave signals

10 Radar systems market by type
10.1 Introduction.
10.2 Active radar
10.2.1 Development of electrically scanned radar with grid to stimulate the market for active radar systems
10.2.2 Doppler radar Single-wave Doppler radar Pulse Doppler radar
10.2.3 Radar for continuous waves Frequency modulated continuous wave radar (Fmcw Radar) Radar with moving target indicator (Mti Radar) Synthetic aperture radar (Sar)
10.3 Passive radar
10.3.1 Widely used in stealth and covert operations

11 Radar systems market, by application
11.1 Introduction
11.2 Commercial
11.2.1 Increase usage in the fuel growth time monitoring application
11.2.2 Aircraft monitoring and surveillance
11.2.3 Time monitoring
11.2.4 Security on the perimeter of the airport
11.2.5 Critical infrastructure
11.3 National Security
11.3.1 Increasing the use in the fuel segment for search and rescue operations
11.3.2 Search and rescue
11.3.3 Border surveillance
11.3.4 Isr
11.4 Protection
11.4.1 Growing demand for radar-based security and surveillance applications Drive segment
11.4.2 Perimeter security
11.4.3 Battlefield monitoring
11.4.4 Military space assets
11.4.5 Air Defense

12 Radar systems market, by scope
12.1 Introduction
12.2 Short Range Radar
12.2.1 Used mainly in commercial applications or portable reconnaissance missions
12.3 Medium Range Radar
12.3.1 Widely used in military applications
12.4 Long Range Radar
12.4.1 Used to track a distant and accurate location

13 Radar systems market, by technology
13.1 Introduction
13.2 Software Defined Radar (Sdr)
13.2.1 Segment controlled by light and easily adaptable functions
13.3 Conventional radar
13.3.1 Used mainly in detection and imaging applications

14 Radar systems market, by dimensions
14.1 Introduction
14.2 2D
14.2.1 2D radar used mainly for air traffic control
14.3 3D
14.3.1 High target position accuracy and automatic modes of operation 3D radar segment propulsion
14.4 4D
14.4.1 4D radar used in autonomous tactical surveillance vehicles to accurately map targets

15 Regional analysis

16 Racing Landscape

17 Company profiles
17.1 Key players
17.1.1 Northrop Grumman Corporation
17.1.3 Lockheed Martin Corporation
17.1.4 Raytheon Technologies
17.1.6 Boeing
17.1.7 General Dynamics Corporation
17.1.8 Thales
17.1.9 Kongsberg
17.1.10 Saab Ab
1/17/11 Honeywell International Inc.
17.1.12 Bae Systems
17.1.13 Leonardo SPA
1/17/14 Israel Aerospace Industries
17.1.15 Aselsan AS
17.1.16 Elbit systems
1/17/17 Indra
1/17/18 Garmin Limited
1/17/19 Bharat Electronics Ltd.
17.1.20 Airbus Group
17.1.21 Mitsubishi Electric
17.1.22 L3Harris Technologies
17.1.23 Src, Inc.
17.1.24 Hensolt Ag
17.1.25 Telephonics Corporation
17.1.26 Einstein radar systems
17.1.27 Optimare Systems GmbH

18 Appendix

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