Global Anti Submarine Warfare Market 2022-2032

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Antisubmarine warfare equipment is constantly getting better, and ASW forces are consistently getting more powerful. Although ASW operations have generally been focused on protecting surface ships’ maritime lines of communication from submarine attack, they might be turned toward the detection, tracking, and destruction of strategic missile-carrying submarines. Thanks to COTS technology, the sonar can be swiftly and easily connected with sensors and battle management systems. The main features are enhanced tracking and detection, omni and sector transmission, electronic map overlay, sound propagation model, enhanced tracking, and an integrated training simulator.

Description

Ballistic missiles that are launched from submarines have long been seen as the most impregnable part of the strategic nuclear arsenal used by the US and the USSR. In the millions of cubic miles of ocean where they can go, strategic missile-armed submarines are so difficult to find that they are essentially impervious to a coordinated attack by antisubmarine (ASW) troops. Since it gives the nuclear powers a guaranteed ability to retaliate in the event of a surprise nuclear attack, this invulnerability is essential to the stability of nuclear deterrence. Antisubmarine warfare technology is always being improved, and ASW forces are continuously becoming more capable. ASW operations could be redirected toward the detection, tracking, and destruction of strategic missile-carrying submarines even though they have traditionally been focused on protecting surface ships’ maritime lines of communication against submarine attack. The sonar can be quickly and readily integrated with sensors and battle management systems thanks to COTS technology. Omni and sector transmission, electronic map overlay, sound propagation model, enhanced tracking and detection, as well as an integrated training simulator, are a few of the key features.

The ASW patrol aircraft equipped with a full range of antisubmarine systems and advanced information processing capabilities is a potent weapon in maritime surveillance. In order to combat the perilous submarine menace, air ASW operations started in earnest during World War II. The destruction and terror of World War I earlier on gave the need for efficient ASW forces, particularly aircrafts, and a considerably higher priority. Since World War II, the aircraft and the submarine have been engaged in a fierce chess battle. The submarine threat responds to every new tactical or technological advancement in Air ASW with a new method or system.

Major factors driving the growth of the market

Anti-submarine warfare systems growth is increasing owing to the increasing territorial disputes between countries. Government, defense industries and military forces are introducing newer and more versatile submarines. Hence ASW market is expected to grow with the proliferation of submarines. Procurement of newer ASW aircrafts and helicopters with advanced sensors is also estimated to drive the growth of the market.

Trends influencing the growth of the market

Acoustic and non-acoustic sensors are also known as wet- and dry-end sensors in some international services. The detection power offered by acoustic sensors is enhanced by non-acoustic sensors. These sensors employ electromagnetic systems to intercept submarine radar emissions, infrared receivers to detect the heat signatures of surfaced submarines, radar to detect exposed periscopes and hull surfaces, and magnetic anomaly detectors (MAD) to detect minute shifts in the Earth’s magnetic field brought on by passing submarines.

Modern airborne radar systems must be compact and powerful enough to perform ASW operations, long-range surface vessel detection and surveillance, airborne navigation, and weather avoidance. Many Air ASW radar systems employ various radar frequencies, scanning rates, transmission properties, pulse lengths, and signal processing techniques to achieve this goal. These modifications help to lessen background sea clutter and improve the radar returns from exposed periscopes and submarine hulls. However, the hostile submarine can still identify the radar emissions of ASW aircraft at a considerably wider range than the aircraft can detect the submarine by radar.

Electro-Magnetic (EM) sensors actively search the radio frequency spectrum for enemy forces’ deliberate electronic emissions. These electronic emissions come from aircraft, ships, and land-based locations. They can be found from submarines as well. The key distinction is that Air ASW EM sensors offer all the information required to identify and pinpoint the sort of electro-magnetic emission that has been picked up. The primary purpose of ASW aircraft’s electromagnetic (EM) equipment is to look for radar signals because the radio-frequency spectrum is so densely populated with both hostile and friendly as well as neutral electronic emissions.

Market Dynamics

The increase in defense spending will encourage procurement of anti-submarine warfare systems and related systems to step up their production volumes and improve their quality, thereby enhancing competition in the global markets. Procurement will also be driven by prevailing geo political conditions in Europe and the Asia Pacific and increasing use of submarines for surveillance and intelligence gathering.

Developments

In order to prevent US submarines from aiding Taiwan, the Chinese PLA Navy improves its anti-sub warfare capabilities. Being held by the Southern Theatre Command means China’s interest in the South China Sea (SCS) — notably the northern section of the SCS — persists, while the Eastern Theatre Command is the command responsible for a Taiwan crisis (ETC). Therefore, it is safe to presume that the PLAN is aiming for US Navy nuclear-powered submarines (SSNs and SSBNs), which would need to use the Basi Channel and the Luzon Strait to access the uphill slope of the SCS.

Table of Contents

Market Definition

 

Market Segmentation

 

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10 Year Market Outlook

 

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Market Technologies

 

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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

 

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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

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