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Global Naval Sensors Report 2021: A $5 Billion Industry - Market and Technology Forecast to 2029 -

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Global Naval sensors Market accounts for a market value of roughly USD 5 billion as of 2020.

The Global pandemic is one of the key factors that has created a shift in market trends. The CAGR for the market is anticipated to be 5% during the forecast period (2021-2029).

Regions like China account for a maximum market value owing to its ongoing fleet procurement programs. The planning is to invest heavily in the development and procurement of naval armament in order to enhance its combat abilities. China's strained relationships with the US and India as well as disputes like the South China Sea necessitate the requirement for a strong naval force.

Detection systems, integrated onto Naval Platforms, are used to detect both systems as well as environmental changes associated with the platform. Information about the perimeter is used in order to devise strategic plans for naval operations. While the data procured for system functionality is used by technology innovators to monitor the operation and maintenance aspects of the product.

Growth in munition technology, as well as anti-ship/anti-submarine warfare systems, is one of the factors that boost the growth dynamics of the market. Sensors with enhanced sensitivity are now being devised to detect the movements of the adversaries. These components serve as the interface between the detection system and the environment.

They are integrated onto the surface of technologies like RADAR, SONAR, LIDAR, and EW systems to optimize the combat abilities of a vessel. Amongst these sub-sets, SONAR systems account for roughly 21% of the product-based segment. ASW and underwater acoustic sensing capabilities associated with SONAR are some of the key factors that promote its growth.

RADAR systems account for the second-largest market segment. According to the product life cycle, both RADAR and SONAR account for mature market segments. RADAR systems make use of EM waves in order to transmit/receive information. EM waves tend to portray reduced efficiency when it comes to scenarios based on phase change. Therefore, technologies like Acoustic sensing and MAD (Magnetic Analogue Detection) are used for underwater detection by platforms like warships and logistical vessels.

Key Topics Covered:

1 Introduction

1.1 Objective

1.2 Market Definition

1.3 Methodology

1.4 Scenario Based Forecast

2 Executive Summary

2.1 Naval Sensors Market Trends and Insights

2.2 Top Five Major Findings

2.3 Major Conclusion

2.4 Important Tables and Graphs

3 Current Technologies of the Global Naval Sensors Market

3.1 AESA Radar

3.2 MIMO (Multiple Input and Output) Radar

3.2.1 Monostatic MIMO Radar

3.2.2 Bi-Static MIMO Radar

3.3 LPIR (Low Probability Of Intercept) Radar

3.4 Quantum Radar

3.5 Quantum and Superconducting Magnetometer

3.6 Hydroacoustic Monitoring

3.7 Electronic Warfare

3.8 Hypersonic Missile System

3.9 3D Printing in defense technologies

3.10 UUV (Unmanned Underwater Vehicles)

3.11 Big Data

3.12 IoT

4 Current Market Overview of the Global Naval Sensors Market

4.1 Introduction

4.1.1 Naval Sensors

4.1.2 Types of Information

4.1.3 Categorization of Sensors

4.2 Maritime Sensors in Anti-Air Warfare (AAW)

4.2.1 History of AAW

4.2.2 Components of AAW Defense System

5 Current Market Trends in Global Naval Sensors Market

5.1 Sensor's Interface with the external environment

5.1.1 Sensor's Detection Capability

5.1.2 Information Extraction amongst sensors

5.2 Naval Communication Systems

5.3 Electronic Warfare and its impact on Naval sensors

5.3.1 Type of Electronic Warfare used across varied platforms

5.4 Fortification of South China Sea

5.4.1 EW Capabilities of PLA

5.5 Naval RADAR Systems and their frequency

5.5.1 Challenges linked with Electronic noise and clutter

6 Market Analysis of the Global Naval Sensors Market

6.1 Competitive Forces Analysis

6.1.1 Buyer's Bargaining Power

6.1.2 Supplier's Bargaining Power

6.1.3 Threat of Substitution

6.1.4 The Threat of New Entrants

6.1.5 Rivalry Amongst Competitors

6.2 Macro environment

6.2.1 Political

6.2.2 Economic

6.2.3 Social

6.2.4 Technological

6.3 Forecast Factors

6.3.1 Drivers

6.3.2 Inhibitors

6.3.3 Challenges

6.3.4 Market Segmentation of the Global Naval Sensors Market

7 Country Analysis

7.1 United States

7.1.1 Introduction

7.1.2 United States Naval Sensors EXIM Data

7.1.3 Market Introduction United States Exports

7.1.4 Market Introduction United States Imports

7.1.5 United States Market Attractiveness

7.2 Russia

7.3 China

7.4 India

7.5 South Korea

7.6 France

7.7 Italy

7.8 United Kingdom

7.9 Germany

7.10 Israel

7.11 Conclusion- Market Attractiveness of the Global Naval Sensors Market

8 Global Naval Sensors Market to 2029 By Region

9 Global Naval Sensors Market to 2029 By Platform

9.1 Market Introduction

9.2 Total Global Naval Sensors Market by Platform (by Product)

9.2.1 Surface Warships

9.2.2 Submarine

9.2.3 Unmanned Systems

9.2.4 Munitions

9.2.5 Others

9.3 Total Global Naval Sensor by Platform (By Application)

9.3.1 Surface Warships

9.3.2 Submarine

9.3.3 Unmanned Systems

9.3.4 Munitions

9.3.5 Others

10 Global Naval Sensors Market to 2029 by Product

10.1 Market Introduction

10.2 Total Global Naval Sensors Market by Product (By Application)

10.2.1 RADAR

10.2.2 SONAR

10.2.3 LIDAR

10.2.4 Magnetometer

10.2.5 IR Sensors

10.2.6 Seismic Sensors

10.2.7 Hyperspectral Imaging

11 Events based forecast for the Global Naval Sensors Market to 2029

12 Opportunity Analysis

12.1 By Region

12.2 By Platform

12.3 By Product

13 Corona Impact on Global Naval Sensors Market

14 Leading Companies in the Global Naval Sensors Market


  • BAE Systems

  • General Dynamics


  • L3 Harris Technologies

  • Leonardo S.p. A

  • Lockheed Martin

  • Northrop Grumman

  • Raytheon

  • Saab AB


  • Thales

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