In the aftermath of the pandemic, industries have proactively started revitalizing their operations in full swing—and the avionics industry is no exception. Regaining passenger confidence has become a critical factor for airlines to weather the ongoing economic storm brought upon by the pandemic and remain competitive in the year ahead. As this sector is projected to grow further with governments lifting travel restrictions worldwide, there is little doubt that evolving technologies are not only helping add better functionalities to the aircraft but are significantly reducing manufacturing costs and saving time.
In lieu of these developments, the global avionics market size is projected to reach USD 75.81 billion by 2027, projecting a CAGR of 9.25 percent during the forecast period. The market growth can also be attributed to the new multiport interconnector technologies exhibiting low loss at RF/microwave frequencies with high security and repeatability. They are increasingly adopted by airlines to keep up with the most demanding EMI/EMC requirements. Likewise, when it comes to military avionics systems, they are now expanding radar altimeters and microwave landing systems (MLS) that are providing more accurate measurements for a safe landing.
Staying ahead of this industry narrative, this particular edition of Aerospace and Defense Review brings forth the most influential developments in the avionics solutions space that are enhancing aircraft performance to a great extent. It features thought leadership articles from Conn Doherty, Vice President, Future Aircraft Systems & Technology at Raytheon Intelligence & Space, who speaks about the imminent implementation of open system architecture for developing new software for aircraft used in naval warfare. It also features commentaries from Eric Hein, Vice President for Advanced Development and Space Programs, Spirit AeroSystems, Inc., who highlights the importance of leveraging digital engineering and model-based simulations for developing UAVs.
In addition to these critical insights from industry experts, the edition presents the most promising avionics solutions from the top companies on the rise, including AFuzion, a company setting new standards for safety-critical services in avionics systems. We hope this edition will help you find the right avionics solution provider that will empower you to improve aircraft performance with utmost efficiency.
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