Dublin, January 22, 2023 /PRNewswire/ — “Counter Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (C-UAV) Systems – Market and Technology Forecast to 2030” report added to ResearchAndMarkets.com’s supply.
Today, developing counter-drone systems to counter LSS drones is a growing business. The business is young and still developing.
The rapid growth of this business is the development of custom solutions using COTS sensors and soft-kill technology. This facilitates city detection, tracking and mitigation. Such anti-drone systems are in demand in air traffic security at airports, important places, and near government offices and military bases.
For the battlefield; solutions such as land and air defense using pistols, vehicle-mounted multi-layer C-UAV systems, and air-to-air countermeasures. In recent years, many innovative ground fixed and mobile, vehicle and shipborne solutions can be seen.
The trend towards launching Centers of Excellence can be seen in the development of C-UAV solutions, providing facilities for the simulation, testing, verification and validation of C-UAV programs as well as laboratory and field testing of sensors, directed energy weapons and system components.
Public-private partnerships are encouraged through competitions and pilot projects to leverage the expertise of companies that understand emerging software technologies, support the design of SwaP, and use open architectures. Hence, the business scope is fixed and business enterprise solution providers are benefiting from this new trend.
For low-cost mitigation, experiments with directed-energy weapon systems are currently underway. Laser beams and microwave-based weapon systems sit in the front row. Such systems are prohibited for use in humans under Protocol IV of the 1980 Convention. However, these appear to be permitted for unmanned systems. These are more convenient and economical than using missiles and ammunition. As a result, there has been a recent surge in the development, field trials, and deployment of directed energy systems.
Software defined radios and command and control software appear to play a vital role in the detection and classification of RF-based and cellular-based drones. Modern drones can fly and hop within a fixed range of radio frequency frequencies, making detection and classification a difficult task. The use of SDR and C2 software and machine learning algorithms helps in classifying and tracking such drones.
The opportunity we see in this business is portable open source based, modular, small solutions. The cost of this system is critical and there is a need to integrate these systems with remotely controlled weapon systems.
This report covers
It reveals the emergence of new platforms such as 3D and 4D AESA radar, SDR and COTS software to seamlessly operate multi-vendor and multi-layer sensor and mitigation systems and emerging technologies such as machine learning algorithms.
Market Dynamics: An in-depth understanding of technological developments in detection sensors and low-cost drone mitigation solutions such as directed energy weapon systems and hand-held guns, and the integration of emerging technologies have changed the preferences of soldiers globally in terms of lethality, connectivity, and performance. It also analyzes the changing industry procurement structure and challenges faced by industry players.
Segment Analysis: Insights into the C-UAV market from a segment perspective and a detailed analysis of the factors influencing each segment.
Regional Review: An in-depth look at the current status of counter-drone developments and the future developments of key countries in the region.
Regional Analysis: Insights into the C-UAV market from a regional perspective with a detailed analysis of the factors influencing each regional market.
Trend Analysis-Major Defense Market: Analyzing the key markets in each region, providing an analysis of the anticipated launch of C-UAV systems in each region.
Competitive Landscape Analysis: To analyze the competitive landscape of global public and private industries involved in the development, testing, and deployment of various programs driven by Soldier modernization. It provides an overview of key companies along with insights such as product scope, strategic partnerships and SWOT analysis.
Key topics covered:
2 Executive summary
2.1 Trends and Insights
2.2 Main findings
2.3 Main conclusions
3 Technology and Development
3.1 Overview of Anti-UAV System
3.2 Anti-drone mechanism
3.2.1 UAV detection technology
3.2.2 UAV Mitigation Technology
3.2.3 Hard kill
3.2.4 Soft kill
3.2.5 Types of Short-Range Anti-UAV
3.2.6 Anti-UAV System Type by Platform
3.3 Leading Manufacturers of Anti-UAV Systems
3.4 Anti-UAV Radar Technology
3.4.1 Mechanical scan comparison. Electronic scanning (E-Scan)
3.4.2 PESA comparison. AESA
3.4.3 New Generation Anti-UAV Radar
3.4.4 3D Radar
3.4.5 4D Radar
3.4.6 Short Range Air Defense System (SHORAD)
3.5 Radio Frequency (RF) Detectors and Jammers
3.6 Other detection techniques
3.7 The role of the command and control system
3.8 New Concept Weapons Against Drones
3.8.1 High Energy Laser Weapon System
3.9 Software defined radio in C-UAV system
3.10 Command and control software
3.11 Artificial intelligence will become the key to anti-drone
4 Market Analysis
4.1 Market Overview
4.2 Market Segments
4.3 Market Demand Potential Analysis
4.4 C-UAV Competitive Landscape
4.5 Potential business areas
5 Market Analysis and Forecasting Factors
6 Country Analysis
6.1 United States
6.2 The U.S. government’s measures to combat drones
6.2.1 C-sUAS Joint Office (JCO)
6.2.2 Low, Slow and Small UAV Integrated Combat System (LIDS)
6.2.3 Analysis of U.S. Anti-drone Market Opportunities
6.3.1 PESCO Project: Counter Unmanned Aerial Vehicle System (C-UAS)
6.3.2 European Joint Counter-UAV System (JEY-CUAS)
6.3.3 United Kingdom
6.3.4 Opportunity analysis of UK anti-drone
6.3.6 Analysis of UAV Market Opportunities in Germany
6.3.8 Analysis of French UAV Market Opportunities
6.3.10 Analysis of Opportunities in the Russian Anti-UAV Market
6.4 Anti-UAV Pattern in Asia
6.4.2 Analysis of Opportunities in China’s Anti-UAV Market
6.4.4 Analysis of Indian UAV Market Opportunities
7 Global and Regional Market Forecasts to 2030
7.2 C-UAV Market Overview by Regions
7.3 C-UAV Market Area by Platform
7.4 C-UAV Market Area by End Use
7.5 Opportunity Analysis
7.5.1 By region
7.5.2 By Platform
8 Technology Market Forecasts to 2030
8.2 C-UAV Market Technology Overview
8.3 Anti-Drone Technology Market by Regions
8.3.1 C-UAV Integrated System Market by Region
8.3.2 Detection Technology C-UAV Market by Region
8.3.3 Mitigation Technologies C-UAV Market by Regions
8.4 Global C-UAV Technology Market by End Use
8.4.1 Integrated System C-UAV Market by End Use
8.4.2 Detection Technology C-UAV Market by End Use
8.4.3 Mitigation Technology C-UAV Market by End Use
8.5 Opportunity Analysis
9 End User Market Forecast to 2030
9.2 C-UAV Market Overview by End Use
9.3 C-UAV End User Market by Region
9.3.1 Army Anti-Drone Market by Region
9.3.2 Naval Drone Market by Regions
9.3.3 Air Force Anti-Drone Market by Regions
9.3.4 Homeland Drone Market by Region
9.3.5 Commercial Anti-Drone Market by Regions
9.4 C-UAV End User Market by Technology
9.4.1 Army Anti-UAV Market Technology
9.4.2 Naval Anti-drone Market Technology
9.4.3 Air Force Anti-UAV Market Technology
9.4.4 Homeland Anti-drone Market Technology
9.4.5 Commercial C-UAV Market by Technology
9.5 Opportunity Analysis
9.5.1 End users
10 Impact Analysis
10.1 Forecast Factors and Market Impact
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