Airborne ISR Market Growth Opportunities, Driving Factors by Regions, Type and Application, Forecast Analysis to 2021

Global Airborne ISR Market by Systems (AEWC, Sensor, Electronic Warfare, Maritime Patrol), by Purpose (Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance), and by Geography- Forecast To 2021

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Market Synopsis of Airborne ISR Market
The global Airborne ISR market is expected to grow at a CAGR of around 4% during 2016-2021. This growth is driven due to growing demand of unmanned aerial vehicle, investments on ISR payloads, and procurement of multirole UAV remote sensors.

The Americas is the dominant player with 55% of the market share and is likely to be the leading region in the forecast period. Whereas, with the growing defense spending and procurement of airborne systems, APAC region will grow significantly at a CAGR of around 9% during the forecast period.

Key Players
• BAE Systems
• L-3 Communication
• Lockheed Martin
• Northrop Grumman
• UTC Aerospace Systems
• Boeing
• General Dynamics
• Raytheon
• Rockwell Collins

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Segments
The market for global organic baby food market is segmented on the basis of by Systems and by Purpose, by Geography;
On basis of Systems:
• AEWC
• Sensor
• Electronic Warfare
• Maritime Patrol
On basis of Purpose:
• Intelligence,
• Surveillance,
• Reconnaissance

Global Airborne ISR Market ($ billion), 2016-2021
The need for UAV remote sensors emerged from the changes in military security missions, such as, shift to Net-centric warfare (NCW), increasing Low intensity conflicts (LIC), need for persistence, and reduced tolerance to casualties.

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Table of content
1. Introduction
1.1 Report Description
1.2 Research Objective
2. Executive Summary
2.1 Key Findings / Highlights
2.1.1 Investment Opportunities
2.1.2 Market Startegies
2.1.3 Latest Developments
3. Scope of The Study
3.1 Markets Covered
3.2 Years Considered For The Study (2016-2021)
3.2 Geographic Scope
3.3 Key Stakeholders
4. Assumptions And Limitations
5. Research Methodology
5.1 Primary Research
5.2 Secondary Research
5.3 Econometric And Forecasting Model
6. Market Size Estimation
6.1 Top Down Approach
6.2 Bottom Up Approach
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