According to the new research report published by Premium Market Insights, titled “The market size of defense integrated antennas is projected to grow from US$1,257.41 million in 2022 to US$2,018.18 million in 2028; it is estimated to grow at a CAGR of 8.2% from 2022 to 2028.
Armed forces of various nations are looking for antenna technologies that can enhance their military operations. For example, the US Navy is attempting to determine whether phased array-fed reflector antennas and active electronically steered antennas (AESA) can provide high broadband UHF to SHF transmit capability for reception at high isotropic radiated power and over-temperature gain. You need these capabilities to conduct electronic attack operations, communications, and electronic support from the same antenna array.
The Defense Integrated Antennas market vendors are involved in various processes including design, assembly, and production to convert the raw material into finished products and integrate the components into the entire devices. L3Harris Technologies Inc.; Thales Group; and Honeywell International Inc. are some of the world’s leading manufacturers of integrated defense antennas. These companies provide end users with high-quality integrated defense antennas and systems that they build into various devices such as radar systems and communications equipment. The end users are a large number of customers ranging from military component manufacturers to SATCOM equipment manufacturers.
Impact of COVID-19 Pandemic on Defense Integrated Antenna Market
COVID-19 cases have reportedly hit a record high in Asia’s critical technology supply chain, potentially exacerbating a global shortage of military electronics production. China, Japan, and Taiwan are some economies playing critical roles in electronics manufacturing, packaging, and component testing that are experiencing their worst outbreaks since the emergence of the COVID-19 pandemic. The scenario threatens to further constrain the global technology supply chain, particularly for next-generation antennas and electronic components. In addition, the Asian electronics industry has been hit hard by a global semiconductor shortage and increasing demand for defense electronics products. This has resulted in a brief decline in the global defense integrated antenna market in FY2020 compared to FY2019. In the second half of 2021
Canada was the second largest market in the North American integrated defense antenna market. The Canadian Forces are investing heavily in and expanding their military-based communications systems. In addition, the Department of Defense and the Canadian Armed Forces (DND/CAF) are looking for an extremely broadband multifunctional vehicle or
soldier-based antenna or communications solutions for point-to-point field communications that minimize or eliminate associated visual and/or electromagnetic (EM) signatures. To that end, the Canadian Armed Forces have already funded several organizations such as the University of British Columbia for the development of low-profile, electromagnetically invisible, agile, polymer-based (LEAP) gateway antennas for point-to-point field communications. Additionally, the presence of major defense companies across the country such as Bombardier, General Motors Defense, CAE Inc, Magellan Aerospace Corp, Northstar Aerospace Inc and SNC-Lavalin Group is driving the procurement of antenna-related systems, which in turn catalyze the integrated defense companies of the antenna market player.
In terms of Defense Integrated Antennas market growth, Asia Pacific is expected to register the highest CAGR during the forecast period. Based on countries, the Asia Pacific Defense Integrated Antennas market is segmented into Australia, China, India, Japan, South Korea and Rest of Asia Pacific. In 2022, India is projected to take the second largest market share for defense integrated antennas in Asia-Pacific.
India’s military spending ranked third-largest in world in 2021; According to the Stockholm International Peace Research Institute (SIPRI), India spent $76.6 billion on its military in 2021. The Indian military spends enormous sums to build its infrastructure for military communications and UAV-based applications; Components such as integrated defense antennas are used in such applications, fueling the demand for integrated defense antennas in the region. For example, in January 2021, the Indian Army signed a contract with ideaForge to procure a high-altitude variant of the SWITCH1.0 Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs) to strengthen their In-of-Control (LOC) surveillance. In March 2022, The Indian Ministry of Defense has issued a Ministry of Defense to search for information from suppliers of high power radio relay (HCRR) with up to 800 units as a procurement order. Such radio relays use well-built antenna systems to maintain communications with the military base. The procurement of such systems and electronic warfare systems for its defense forces is boosting business for the integrated defense antenna market player across the country. Moreover, the country’s plans to develop a strong manufacturing base for the aerospace and defense industries is another important factor that is expected to create tremendous opportunities for market vendors during the forecast period. The procurement of such systems and electronic warfare systems for its defense forces is boosting business for the integrated defense antenna market player across the country. Moreover, the country’s plans to develop a strong manufacturing base for the aerospace and defense industries is another important factor that is expected to create tremendous opportunities for market vendors during the forecast period. The procurement of such systems and electronic warfare systems for its defense forces is boosting business for the integrated defense antenna market player across the country. In addition, the country’s plans to develop a strong manufacturing base for the aerospace and defense industries is another important factor that is expected to
L3Harris Technologies Inc.; Thales Group; Honeywell International Inc.; General Dynamics Corporation Rhode & Schwarz, Terma; Aselsan AS; Raytheon Technologies Corporation; Viasat, Inc. and Lockheed Martin Corporation are among the players operating in the global Defense Integrated Antennas market and profiled in this market study.
Total Defense Integrated Antennas market size has been derived using primary and secondary sources. At the beginning of the Defense Integrated Antennas market analysis research process, an extensive secondary research was performed using internal and external sources to obtain qualitative and quantitative information on Defense Integrated Antennas market. The process also serves to provide overview and market forecast of Defense Integrated Antennas market growth with respect to every market segment. Also, several primary interviews were conducted with industry participants and commentators to validate the data and gain more analytical insights on the topic. Participants in this process include industry experts such as VPs,
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