Airborne C2ISR 2020 Market Report
The Airborne C2ISR market is projected to grow at a compound growth rate of 5.1% and will reach over US$9.6 billion by 2025. Ahead of the Airborne C2ISR 2020 conference, Defence iQ compiled a market report outlining ongoing programmes and key requirements of the next few years.
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Key benefits of downloading the report:
- Know top acquisition priorities from countries that will be present at Airborne C2ISR
- Develop business strategies by meeting the right people from countries having active programmes and key requirements at Airborne C2ISR
- Gain insights into investment trends from your peers
In downloading the report, you will learn more about programmes and requirements from countries and organisations that will attend Airborne C2ISR 2020, such as:
- Belgium – acquisition of four MQ-9B SkyGuardian RPA through a Foreign Military Sale with the U.S.
- France – upgrade of the French Navy’s MPA to extend service life until 2030 continues
- Italy – procurement of three additional ATR 72MPs for EUR150 million
- NATO – EUR1.4 billion released in business opportunities until November 2020 in satellite communications, cyber security, deployable communications and information systems and joint ISR
- Ukraine – delivery of Turkish-made Bayraktar TB2 armed UAVs
- United Kingdom – order of five Boeing E-7 AEW&C aircraft to replace the Air Force’s current fleet of six E-3D Sentry; acquisition of 16 Protector RG1s to replace the Reaper fleet; upgrade on the Sentinel R1 fleet which includes directional infrared countermeasure and threat warning sensors
- The U.S. – Leidos to provide full-spectrum ISR support to troops through a contract awarded by the Air Combat Command; activation of the 16th Air Force to provide global cyber, electromagnetic spectrum operations, ISR and information operations to commanders; the U.S. Air Force’s SMC 2.0 reorganization; General Dynamics Information Technology’s US$217 million contract to support the Air Force’s 480th Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance Wing
Other information available in the report include:
- Australia – AU$2.46 billion procurement of four modified Gulfstream G550 aircraft
- Brazil – delivery of a second E-99 AEW&C aircraft
- Germany – U.S. approved a potential sale of four MQ-4C Triton UAS for US$2.5 billion
- The Netherlands – letter of acceptance signed for four MQ-9 Reaper UAS
- Pakistan – entry into service of an ATR 72-212A converted into maritime patrol configuration
- Panama – delivery expected of a Beechcraft King Air 350 for coast guard surveillance missions
- Poland – planned acquisition of a new medium-range tactical UAV under the Gryf programme
- Russia – maiden flights of three UAVs conducted this summer
- Sweden – potential plans of acquisition of new air-based sensors to replace the Argus after 2025
- Turkey – two Bombardier Global 6000 aircraft are to be suited with an indigenous EW suite
Airborne C2ISR 2020 is themed around ‘embedding innovation at speed and at scale’ with an emphasis on optimizing the decision advantage of the future war fighter across the full spectrum of operations. To view the full conference agenda and details about speaker presentations, you can download the agenda here.
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