Military Unmanned Systems Market Research

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Military Sensor Market By Type (Accelerometers, Acoustic Sensor, Altimeters Sensors, , Flow Sensors, Force Sensors, GPS Sensors, Gyroscopes, Infrared Sensors, Laser Rangefinder, Laser Target Designators, Level Sensors, Magnetic Sensor, Particle Sensor), By Platform (Airborne, Land, Munition, Naval, Space), By Application (Combat Operation, Command & Control, Electronic Warfare, Surveillance & Monitoring, Target Recognition) - Growth, Future Prospects, And Competitive Landscape, 2024 - 2032

Globally, the military sensor market is expected to grow with a CAGR of 4.5% during the forecast period from 2024 to 2032. The growth of the market is driven by the advancement in the MEMS devices. Over the past decade, the sensor technology has witnessed substantial growth in terms of deployment and use due to the large scale implementation of the MEMS devices.

01 Dec, 2019

Military Radar Market By Type (Ground-Based, Naval-Based, Airborne, Space-Based) - Growth, Share, Opportunities & Competitive Analysis, 2024 - 2032

Radio detection and ranging (RADAR) is a detection and surveillance system which uses radio frequency to detect any object. Radar has the capacity to find any stationary or moving object and determine their shape, distance, angle, velocity and other static and dynamic properties. Radars are primarily developed for military applications and are extensively used for surveillance and detection.

05 Jun, 2017

Key Sectors

Military Unmanned Systems include various unmanned vehicles such as unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs). UAVs are planes that can fly without pilots, be controlled by humans on the ground, or do both, and are equipped with sensors, electronics, and weapons. In addition to performing strategic and operational reconnaissance and battlefield monitoring, UAVs can also act on the field of war by either dropping or launching precision-guided munitions themselves, or by designating targets for manned systems to strike.
UAVs, or remotely piloted vehicles (RPVs), have been around for quite some time. During World War Two, miniature radio-controlled airplanes called "drones" were first utilized as targets for fighters and antiaircraft artillery. Training vehicles were typically small, cheap, and thrown away after use, whereas larger, more complex systems were developed beginning in the 1950s and were recovered through radio-controlled landing or parachute. It was quickly realized that the vehicles might also be employed as decoys to aid bombers in penetrating enemy defenses, therefore they were often outfitted with reflectors to resemble the radar return of hostile aircraft. (There is still work being done on high-performance drones; for instance, to test systems meant to destroy anti-ship cruise missiles.)
In 2020, Turkey launched the first large-scale, coordinated offensive using UCAVs on a conventional battlefield, against Syrian forces. Its functions included attacking enemy positions, protecting ground troops, and scouting for artillery. In the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict between Azerbaijan and Armenia in 2020, drone use was pervasive. The triumph over Armenian forces, according to experts, was made possible by Azerbaijan's use of more cost-effective Turkish TB2 drones. During the Russian invasion of Ukraine in 2022, drones were deployed extensively. Drones can be used at a reduced price: small drones, like the kind available at JB Hi-Fi for $2,000, are being modified with grenades and then used to launch attacks on crowds or tanks.
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