The growth of the air travel industry and the essentiality of antennas for communication and navigation are anticipated to provide strong impetus to players in the global aircraft antennas market. The wide applications in business, commercial and military aircrafts will see great growth opportunities through the forecast period.
Replacement of Aging Aircrafts to Give Major Boost to Aircraft Antenna Market
Growing size of fleets with efficient aircrafts is anticipated to be the primary driving factor behind the growth of the worldwide aircraft antenna market. This is particularly true in the emerging economies in Asia and Africa. In addition to this, the defense sector is also anticipated to contribute significantly owing to the wide application ranging from encrypted communication frequencies, navigation, and interception of foreign communications. The demand for aircraft antenna systems with advance communication capabilities are also finding greater demand owing to the increasing concerns over miscommunication between pilots and air traffic controllers, with potentially catastrophic consequences.
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A growing number of airlines including Air New Zealand and Lion Air are seeing a number of their older aircrafts being phased out and replaced with newer counterparts, and this is anticipated to create lucrative growth opportunities for players in the aircraft antenna market.
Modernization in airspace, environmental concerns and new regulations such as the Advisory Circular AC43–14 of the Civil Aviation Authority of New Zealand, and technical communications by the European Aviation Safety Agency are also anticipated to help in growth of the market.
Major Market Players Focus on Technological Innovations to Attract Business
Major aircraft antenna market players including Cobham PLC, Sarasota Avionics, RAMI Antennas, and Honeywell International Inc., are putting higher emphasis on research and development activities for product development to meet the requirements of the modern global airspace.
- Cobham PLC has introduced their range of ELT antennas designed for high performance aircraft. Certified by major ELT manufacturers, the antenna can make use of three international emergency frequencies, the application of direct lighting strips for enhanced lightning protection and a proprietary anti-corrosion treatment, which shows high resistance to abrasion from dust and sand.
- Sarasota Avionics on the other hand has released an aircraft antenna system, designed to provide accurate weather information through Doppler capable components that can provide inputs for fully stabilized and colored weather radar readouts, at horizontal 120 degree scans, for improved storm cell analysis. The system also makes use of proprietary Weather Attenuated Color Highlight, WATCH® technology, which permits the identification of shadow effects arising from short range cell activity.
- SD avionics has teamed up with QEST to develop satcom type flat antenna for small to medium sized business jets, which is claimed to bring in new standards to connectivity speeds. The system is anticipated to be compatible with geosynchronous satellite networks that are operational in different frequencies, and also with satellites that are in low earth orbits.
Fast Access to Tech Developments Projected to Favor Aircraft Antenna Market in North America
The presence of numerous aircraft antenna manufacturers in North America such as Cobham PLC, Sarasota Avionics, RAMI Antennas among others is anticipated to be one of the primary factors behind the growth of the market in the region. In addition higher rate of research and development activities in the field in North America is providing faster access of newer technological improvements to consumers here.
Growing demand for improving accurate and durable communication and navigation systems in the European Airspace is anticipated to provide impetus to growth in the market. This is particularly true with the growth of air-freight transport in the region.
Segmentation of the Global Aircraft Antenna Market:
Aircraft antennas can be broadly categorized on the terms of application, product type, sales channel, end user, and type of aircraft. On the basis of application aircraft antennas can be divided into communication surveillance and navigation. On the basis of product type, aircraft antennas can be divided in to DME, TCAS, Transponder, ILS, GPS, and VHF. On the terms of sales channel, aircraft antennas can be categorized into OEM and aftermarket. On the basis of end users, aircraft antennas can be divided into business, commercial, and defense segments, and on the terms of aircraft type, aircraft antennas can be divided into rotary wing and fixed wing aircrafts.
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