What are the holistic technology developments in this industry? What are the major growth drivers and restraints? Which notable start-ups are boosting partnership opportunities? What are the significant mergers and acquisitions? What are the digital initiatives adopted across various operational areas?
What are the robust initiatives optimizing business operations? What are the R&D activities to manufacture fuel-efficient aircraft? Which are the key regions dominating in terms of revenue growth? Who are the major participants? How are aviation regulators ensuring sustainability in this industry?
What are the latest intelligent aircraft maintenance technologies? What are the new funding programs? How is predictive analytics disrupting the traditional MRO practices for transports? What are the best practices for accelerating modernization? How is specialized equipment shortening turnaround times?
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While UAS technology has evolved, so did the adversary’s tactics. Employing extremely low-tech countermeasures is doing the trick, such as conducting business not directly under the bright sky—utilizing forest canopies, bridges, shade constructions, and indoor and underground facilities. Outside, they blend with the general civilian population by way of behavior and dress.
Israel’s MoD has recently reported a 30% rise in the volume of contracts signed in 2021, jumping 55% in two years. The value of these contracts was $11.3 billion, compared to $8.55 billion in 2020. Data from the Department for Defense Exports (SIBAT) indicates that the main reason for the surge lies with European countries. In 2021, Europe has doubled the purchase from Israel to $4.6 billion—compared to a total of $2.5 billion in 2020.
The western world is still struggling to respond to the reality that Russia chose to invade Ukraine yet again, but this time with a perceived aim of bringing the entire country under its control. Things have not gone as expected for the Russian military, however, and it is clear that total victory is now impossible on two factors: advanced weapons, fighters, and supplies continue to come over the country's western borders; and the tenacity of the Ukrainian people as they fight in defence of their nation, and democracy itself.
Multiple aggregator business models are a prominent factor in the evolution of the ground station market, according to Frost & Sullivan´s recent analysis, Growth Opportunities for Global Ground Station Services. The models integrate excess/idle ground station terminal capacity into an automated digital platform, helping users cost-effectively schedule their data exchange tasks with their respective satellites.
Passenger and regulatory pressures on airports to address environmental concerns are compelling them to focus on sustainability goals and transform into zero-waste spaces. Frost & Sullivan’s recent analysis, Global Airport Waste Management Growth Opportunities, finds that the anticipated rise in passenger traffic will lead to increased investments in waste management, and airports will invest in in-house capabilities to achieve zero-waste status.
In the recently published study, “Frost Radar™: Command and Control Software for CNI, Airports, and Safe Cities, Global, 2021,” Frost & Sullivan identifies three key strategic imperatives that impact the security industry: geopolitical chaos, disruptive technologies, and innovative business models. Every company competing in the security space needs to address these imperatives proactively; failing to do so can lead to stagnation or decline. Successful companies overcome the challenges posed by these imperatives and leverage them to drive innovation and growth.Read more