Publication Month: Dec 2020 | Report Code: TIPAD00002135 | No. of Pages: 160 | Category: Aerospace and Defense | Status: Published
Automatic Dependent Surveillance-Broadcast (ADS-B) is a surveillance technique that does not require any external stimulus. Aircraft use the automatic dependent surveillance-broadcast (ADS-B) technique to broadcast information about their position and identity, along with other information obtained from onboard systems, such as Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS). ADS-B exhibits features such as high performance, environmental sustainability, increased capacity, global interoperability, and improved safety. Additionally, ADS-B surveillance infrastructure is cheaper than primary radar technology.
All the aircraft operating in most of the US airspace are advised to transmit specific information through ADS-B OUT avionics. This mandate was brought in effect from January 1, 2020. Australia, Hong Kong, Taiwan, Vietnam, India, and the UAE are the other countries having such mandates regarding the adoption of ADS-B. With increasing domestic and international air traffic, need to have ADS-B is becoming popular; therefore, countries such as New Zealand, Saudi Arabia, Mangolia, Canada, and South Africa are also introducing such mandates. Further, the increasing number of aircraft orders and deliveries across the world and rising investments in the upgrading of commercial airports with advanced facilities and technologies is instrumental in boosting the adoption of ADS-B. Moreover, the emergence of portable ADS-B that save cost of manufacturing and installing the standard ADS-B is expected to contribute the market growth in the coming years.
The recent COVID-19 outbreak has significantly affected the world. Until the outbreak, the aerospace industry was experiencing substantial growth in terms of production, despite huge backlogs from the aircraft manufacturers; the global industry witnessed a significant rise in the number of passenger counts, an increase in aircraft procurement (both commercial and military). Unfortunately, the COVID-19 pandemic has affected the demand for aircraft globally, which resulted in significantly lower volumes of orders among the aircraft manufacturers. The decline in production volumes adversely affected the businesses of various component manufacturers and associated technologies, including automatic dependent surveillance-broadcast products. Amid the COVID-19 pandemic, the entire commercial aviation industry came to halt, with the availability of minimal resources. The measures taken by governments and airline companies to temporarily shut down their businesses have severely affected the entire aviation aftermarket, thereby adversely impacting the procurement of new ADS-B components. This factor has also reduced the demand for ADS-B component.
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The scope of ADS-B to ensure the precise tracking of aircraft is expanding. With continuous technological developments, the integration of ADS-B among military aircraft is on rise. According to the US Air Force, the Pentagon is projected to have 2,936 aircraft equipped with ADS-B Out, guided by the FAA-mandate. By 2025, the US Department of Defense (DoD) aims to have ~62% of their aircraft equipped with ADS-B Out—including 67% of helicopters; 35% of fighter aircraft; and 100% of mobility, trainer aircraft, command and control/intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance (C2/ISR). As per the US Air Force, ~1,129 helicopters, 259 C2/ISR aircraft, 923 mobility aircraft, and 625 trainers are expected to be equipped with ADS-B. In DoD, the aircraft that are subjected to receive ADS-B Out includes Boeing C-17 Globemasters, Lockheed Martin UH-60 Black Hawk helicopters, Lockheed Martin C-130, and C-5 transports. Such massive expansion of ADS-B applications in military aviation fuels the growth of the automatic dependent surveillance-broadcast market.
Based on type, the automatic dependent surveillance-broadcast market is segmented into on-board and ground stations. The on-board segment dominates the market owing to increase in the number of aircraft manufacturing and the retrofitting of the ADS-B technology, coupled with the tightening of mandates regarding the use of ADS-B surveillance technique in aircraft.
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Based on application, the automatic dependent surveillance-broadcast market is segmented into terminal manoeuvring airspace (TMA) and airborne surveillance. The airborne surveillance continues to hold a significant share in automatic dependent surveillance-broadcast market. With rising need to know about exact position, altitude, and other important information of an aircraft, the demand for ADS-B is rising among aircraft and ground stations. The assistance provided by ADS-B in increasing airspace capacity is supporting the deployment of airborne surveillance systems.
|Market Size Value in||US$ 815.92 Million in 2019|
|Market Size Value by||US$ 3020.20 Million by 2027|
|Growth rate||CAGR of 18.3% from 2020-2027|
|No. of Pages||160|
|No. of Tables||81|
|No. of Charts & Figures||74|
|Historical data available||Yes|
|Segments covered||Type , Component|
|Regional scope||North America, Europe, Asia Pacific, Middle East & Africa, South & Central America|
|Country scope||US, Canada, Mexico, UK, Germany, Spain, Italy, France, India, China, Japan, South Korea, Australia, UAE, Saudi Arabia, South Africa, Brazil, Argentina|
|Report coverage||Revenue forecast, company ranking, competitive landscape, growth factors, and trends|
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The players operating in the automatic dependent surveillance-broadcast market focus on strategies such as mergers, acquisitions, and market initiatives to maintain their positions in the market. A few developments by key players are listed below:
In 2020, Thales Group signed an agreement with ENAIRE to supply two ADS-B aerial surveillance stations, one for outdoor use and another one for indoor use, to be installed in the radar tower in Spain to provide ADS-B surveillance coverage for the bordering Atlantic ocean zone.
In 2019, Garmin Ltd. launched GTX 335D and GTX 345D, two new diversity transponders that would provide optimal automatic dependent surveillance-broadcast (ADS-B) out coverage and visibility while operating throughout the global airspace system.
The List of Companies - Automatic Dependent Surveillance-Broadcast Market