Global Active Protection System Market

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The global Active Protection System Market growth is expected to experience an upsurge in growth over the coming decade, with regional active protection system market trends and forecasts strongly influencing its overall trajectory. Political, economic, social, and technological factors will all contribute to this dynamic market’s evolution, which presents both immense opportunities and daunting challenges for stakeholders involved. Strict regulations regarding system performance and reliability must be adhered to, and companies operating within it must strive towards innovation if they are to remain competitive. Moreover, there is a need to keep pace with rapidly changing consumer preferences as well as emerging technologies like artificial intelligence. With these nuances in mind, savvy operators can unlock substantial profitability and long-term sustainability by leveraging their expertise, diverse skill sets, and interdisciplinary understanding of the landscape.

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Description

Active Protection System Market

Frequently Asked Questions of APS Market

  • What is an active protection system?
    An active protection system is designed and developed to protect armored vehicles from ATGM and other anti armor missiles
  • What is the key trend in the active protection system industry?
    The key trend is the implementation of AI from quick autonomous detection of threats.
  • What is the active protection system market size?
    The market size in 2023 is estimated to be $4.61 billion
  • Active protection systems are systems that are designed to detect and defeat incoming projectiles before they impacting on a friendly ground vehicle, and they primarily use two types of subsystems. The first is what is known as soft killed subsystems, which are designed to interfere with a missile’s or another type of projectile’s guidance system before hitting the vehicle. Infrared, smoke and electro-optical countermeasures are examples of these. Hard kill systems, on the other hand, use a kinetic interceptor, which is a charge on the vehicle that explodes outwardly to destroy the projectile in flight.

    Another example of a deployed kinetic interceptor is a grenade released from the vehicle to intercept the projectile at a greater distance from the vehicle. Anti-tank-guided weapons, unguided shaped-charge warheads, and other low-capacity threats to ground vehicles have proliferated in recent years. In Syria and eastern Ukraine, for example, terrorists have employed these weapons effectively against heavily armored vehicles.

    Active protection systems provide additional layers of survivability to these vehicles while reducing the weight burden, allowing less armor to be fitted to these vehicles, allowing the vehicle to be more survivable because there are more mobile active protection systems are likely to become more modular compact and integrated in the coming years, for example, different subsystems used on the same vehicle produced by different manufacturers.

    The challenge for manufacturers and end-users today is to integrate these disparate systems into a cohesive package that can be layered onto vehicles in response to different threats and different levels of protection required. One example is the UK Defense Science and Technology laboratories Icarus program, which seeks to layer soft and hard kill sub-systems, introduce secondary functionality into these sub-systems, and standardize their use within NATO. Under two separate programs, the US Army is also attempting to develop both soft and hard kill active protection systems. The usage of active protection systems presents various operational issues. First, there are concerns about collateral damage because some of these hard-kill subsystems can use kinetic interceptors; there is a chance that friendly and civilian personnel may be injured or killed as a result of the use of these systems. Concerns have also been raised about the increased electromagnetic signature caused by APS, as well as the effects of employing several active protection systems.

    Major factors driving Active Protection System Market Growth

    The increasing proliferation of ATGMs will drive the growth of the active protection system market. Soft-kill APS is made up of numerous dazzlers and jammers that interfere with an incoming missile’s guidance system, causing it to miss. Hard-kill APS, on the other hand, destroy the missile immediately by firing a projectile at or near it. Hence the proliferation of ATGMs will create demand for the integration of APS in armored vehicles. These market trends will drive the growth of the market.

    Trends influencing the APS Market Size

    Advancements in sensors and radars will be one of the key market trends that will influence the growth of the market. Advancements in power systems will also be a key enabler of active protection system technology.

    APS Market Forecast & Dynamics

    Increasing defense spending will drive the market for new procurement activities and upgrades to existing platforms with newer technologies and capabilities. The increase in defense spending will encourage the procurement of land platforms and armored combat vehicles. Procurement will also be driven by prevailing geo-political conditions in Europe and the Asia Pacific. The market forecast includes a comprehensive market analysis and market size. The active protection market analysis includes regional market size, drivers, restraints, and opportunities.  The regional analysis also includes country-wise market size.

    Active Protection System Market Analysis for Recent Developments

    For active protection in armored combat vehicles, the Army depends on radar, counter-fire, and signal processing. Active protection for armored combat vehicles, or the capacity to kill incoming anti-tank weapons before they impact, is on the approach of broad deployment, as combat vehicle makers begin to view active protection as an essential component of modern design. Last month, the Army granted General Dynamics Land Systems in Sterling Heights, Mich., a $280.1 million order to acquire kits for the Trophy accelerated active protection system aboard M1A2 Abrams SEPv2 and SEPv3 tanks, one of the most recent pushes toward active vehicle protection.

    BAE Systems and the Slovak Ministry of Defense execute a contract for 152 CV90 IFVs. The signing of the deal followed the announcement of the selection in June of this year. The Slovak Republic is now the eighth member of the CV90 User Club. The company will construct and deliver 152 CV9035 IFVs in various configurations, as well as training and education systems and tactical simulators, as part of the government-to-government arrangement. The Slovak Army will get 122 IFVs, 12 new Anti-Material Rifles and Grenade Launcher Squad configurations, and the remaining command and control, reconnaissance, engineer, and recovery types for specialized combat logistical support. The Directorate of Research and Development of Israel’s Defensive Ministry has entrusted BIRD Aerosystems with demonstrating a prototype of an active defense system that will safeguard ground troops and high-value assets from airborne attacks (including anti-tank guided missiles – ATGM).

    Elbit Systems, an Israeli defense specialist, revealed on Monday that it had been won a $109 million contract to supply Iron Fist Active Protection System (APS) for its CV90 platform to BAE Systems Hägglunds (BSH) for a European customer. The contract will be implemented over a period of three years, as the corporation has stated. The Iron Fist APS is distinguished by its low weight, power, and volume needs. In both open terrain and urban settings, the system offers armored platforms 360-degree protection against a broad range of anti-armor threats, including rocket-propelled grenades (RPG) and up to KE tank rounds. Rapid, dependable, and precise threat detection, identification, and tracking are made possible by the APS sensor, which combines data fusion algorithms with the dual technologies of search-and-track radar and infrared cameras. Threats are neutralized by the system by firing an explosive charge in the direction of the approaching threat, which detonates to produce a shock wave that breaks apart or deflects the threat away from the protected platform.

    Table of Contents

    Active Protection System Market Report Definition           

     

    Active Protection System Market Segmentation 

    – By Region

    – By Platform

    – By Type

     

    Active Protection System Market Analysis for next 10 Year

    The 10-year active protection system market analysis would give a detailed overview of active protection system market growth, changing dynamics, technology adoption overviews and the overall market attractiveness is covered in this chapter.

     

    Market Technologies of Active Protection System Market

    This segment covers the top 10 technologies that is expected to impact this market and the possible implications these technologies would have on the overall market.

     

    Global Active Protection System Market Forecast  

    The 10-year active protection system market forecast of this market is covered in detailed across the segments which are mentioned above.

     

    Regional Active Protection System Market Trends & Forecast

    The regional active protection system market trends, drivers, restraints and Challenges of this market, the Political, Economic, Social and Technology aspects are covered in this segment. The market forecast and scenario analysis across regions are also covered in detailed in this segment. The last part of the regional analysis includes profiling of the key companies, supplier landscape and company benchmarking. The current market size is estimated based on the normal scenario.

     

    North America

    – Drivers, Restraints and Challenges

    – PEST

    – Market Forecast & Scenario Analysis

    – Key Companies

    – Supplier Tier Landscape

    – Company Benchmarking

    Europe

    Middle East

    APAC

    South America

     

    Country Analysis of Active Protection System Market

    This chapter deals with the key defense programs in this market, it also covers the latest news and patents which have been filed in this market. Country level 10 year market forecast and scenario analysis are also covered in this chapter.

     

    US

    – Defense Programs

    – Latest News

    – Patents

    – Current levels of technology maturation in this market

    – Market Forecast & Scenario Analysis

    Canada

    Italy

    France

    Germany

    Netherlands

    Belgium

    Spain

    Sweden

    Greece

    Australia

    South Africa

    India

    China

    Russia

    South Korea

    Japan

    Malaysia

    Singapore

    Brazil

     

    Opportunity Matrix for Active Protection System Market

    The opportunity matrix helps the readers understand the high opportunity segments in this market.

     

    Expert Opinions on Active Protection System Market Report

    Hear from our experts their opinion of the possible analysis for this market.

    Conclusions

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    Countries Covered in Active Protection System Market

    US

    Canada

    Italy

    France

    Germany

    Netherlands

    Belgium

    Spain

    Sweden

    Greece

    Australia

    South Africa

    India

    China

    Russia

    South Korea

    Japan

    Malaysia

    Singapore

    Brazil

    Regions Covered in Active Protection System Market

    North America

    South America

    Europe

    Middle East

    Asia

    Segments Covered in Active Protection System Market

    By Type

    By Platform

    By Region