Military Avionics Market to Top $185 Billion (Cumulative) over the Next Nine Years
The world’s Military and Defense Avionics Market will exceed $185 Billion (cumulative), with an average CAGR of 8.2% over the next nine years, with Europe showing the most robust growth. This is one of the conclusions of a new report by Market Info Group (MiG), titled: “The Future of Avionics (Military & Civilian) – Markets & Technologies Outlook – 2012-2020“
Scenario I Avionics: Military and Defense Installed Base
Market Forecast by Region by [$Billion] – 2012–2020
Mr. Mark Jones Jr., the report’s Lead Analyst, is a veteran test pilot with vast experience in avionics, acquisition, global aviation and statistical analysis. Mark is available to help the report’s users make the most out of the extensive qualitative and quantitative analysis presented in over 500 pages of detailed forecasts and analysis – free of charge.
The report’s triple-scenario analysis examines and predicts the evolution of technologies, markets and outlays (expenditures) of selected classes of avionics technologies over the next nine years – in the military as well as the civilian air transportation markets.
The report examines in detail four broad avionics technology types:
- Integrated Avionics Systems
- Enhanced and Synthetic Vision Systems
- Air Transportation/Traffic Management Systems
- Sensor Platform Systems
Furthermore, the report, which includes 50 unique business opportunity insights, integrates into its analysis the impact of global regulatory and political trends that are led by international aviation organizations like the U.S. Federal Aviation Administration, and the strong influence these policies are having on these markets and technologies.
Who will benefit from this report?
- Vendors, Service Providers and Business Developers
- Aviation Professionals
- Policy Makers, Budget Planners and Political Leaders
To learn more about this Military and Civillian Avionics Markets Forecast, please click: The Future of Avionics (Military & Civilian) – Markets & Technologies Outlook – 2012-2020