Global Aerostat Systems Market 2022-2032

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TCOM Strategic Class aerostats have a sustained deployment period of up to 30 days. Often used for surveillance missions involving the identification of swift, low-flying objects like cruise missiles and light aircraft, aerostats of the Strategic Class are developed for this purpose. Long-range radar, active and passive communications equipment, COMINT/ELINT technologies, and other payloads of the strategic class may all be carried by these aircraft, which often fly over ground control stations at altitudes up to 15,000 feet. Due to their large size, great altitude, and substantial payload, Strategic Class aerostats require a fixed mooring station.

Description

The aerostats, which are substantial cloth bags filled with helium, can soar up to a height of 15,000 feet (4,600 metres) while being attached to a single cable. The largest can hoist a cargo of 1,000 kg to a working altitude that offers radar coverage at ground level and to the downward side. The aerostat is made up of four main components: the hull and fin, windscreen and radar platform, airborne power generator, rigging, and tether. These components are kite balloons that receive buoyancy from being lighter than air as well as aerodynamic lift from relative wind. Two sections of the aerostat’s hull are divided by a gas-tight fabric wall. Helium is used to fill the upper chamber, which also serves as the aerostat’s lifting mechanism. The hull’s lower chamber is a pressurized air space.

Some of the largest tethered aerostats now in use are part of TCOM’s Strategic Class of aerostat systems. The devices’ high payload capacity and wide range of altitude make them perfect for aerial surveillance applications. Aerostats of the TCOM Strategic Class can be deployed sustainably for up to 30 days at a time. Aerostats of the Strategic Class are often designed for surveillance tasks involving the detection of fast-moving, low-flying objects, such as cruise missiles and light aircraft. Long-range radar, active and passive communications gear, as well as COMINT/ELINT technology, may all be carried by strategic class payloads, which frequently soar up to 15,000 feet over ground control stations. Strategic Class aerostats need a fixed mooring station due to their massive size, high altitude, and significant payload.

MAJOR FACTORS DRIVING THE GROWTH OF THE MARKET

Aerostat systems are considered to be cost effective to operate when compare to other aerial platforms. The increasing demand for cost effective ISR systems will drive the aerostat market. Aerostat systems with COMINT and ELINT payloads are also in high demand due to geo political scenario in Europe.

TRENDS INFLUENCING THE GROWTH OF THE MARKET

Miniaturization of sensors and sensor fusion will be one of the trends that will influence the growth of aerostat systems market. Development of advanced lightweight COMINT and ELINT payloads will also influence the growth of aerostat systems market.

MARKET DYNAMICS

Increasing defense spending will drive the market for new procurement activities. Procurement will also be driven by prevailing geo political conditions in Europe and the Asia Pacific. Cross border aggression will give way to increased combat training and war-games in these regions. The increasing demand for COMINT and ELINT systems will also drive the growth of market. All these factors will ensure significant growth of the ATR market.

RECENT DEVELOPMENTS

Aerostar International was purchased from Raven Industries, Inc. by TCOM Holdings, the parent company of TCOM, LP, the world leader in elevated ISR Awareness Solutions and the 2019 Platinum ‘ASTORS’ Award Winner for Best Persistent Aerial Monitoring. Aerostar, a global pioneer in the design, production, integration, and use of permanent stratospheric platforms and radar systems, is based in Sioux Falls, South Dakota. Maintaining security is a changing mission with revolutionary threats to shifting targets in this era of rapid technological advancement. For force protection, remote warning and targeting, critical infrastructure, and maritime and border security tasks, TCOM provides multi-domain awareness solutions. The business’s specialized elevated ISR platforms gather data from numerous integrated sensors and deliver crucial situational awareness via

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Table of Contents

Market Definition

 

Market Segmentation

 

– By Propulsion

– By Region

– By Type

 

10 Year Market Outlook

 

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

 

Market Technologies

 

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 Market Forecast

 

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

 

Regional Market Trends & Forecast

 

The regional 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.

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

Expert Opinions

 

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

 

Conclusions

 

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Countries Covered

US

Canada

Italy

France

Germany

Netherlands

Belgium

Spain

Sweden

Greece

Australia

South Africa

India

China

Russia

South Korea

Japan

Malaysia

Singapore

Brazil

Regions Covered

North America

South America

Europe

Middle East

Asia

Segments Covered

By Region

By Propulsion

By Type