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UAV Payload & Subsystems Market Forecast 2014-2024

LONDON, February 11, 2014 /PRNewswire/ --

Top Electro-Optical / Infrared (EO/IR), Radar & Communications Companies for Military ISR

Demand for UAV payloads and subsystems is dictated by the demand for new UAVs, along with possible upgrades to current UAVs. UAVs have already been recognised as essential to many military operations and as such, their importance also drives the market for the wide range of UAV payloads available, which include EO/IR sensors and intelligence-gathering subsystems, along with essential communications and navigation equipment. Recent defence spending cuts and realignment of priorities do pose a threat to UAV payloads and subsystems programmes but UAVs' importance in current and future military operations could help overcome many of those issues. Visiongain assessed that the global market for UAV payloads to reach $2.91bn in 2014.

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-     Electro-Optical/Infrared (EO/IR) forecast 2014-2024
-     Radar forecast 2014-2024
-     Intelligence forecast 2014-2024
-     Detection forecast 2014-2024
-     Communication forecast 2014-2024
-     Navigation forecast 2014-2024
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-     Australia forecast 2014-2024
-     Brazil forecast 2014-2024
-     Canada forecast 2014-2024
-     China forecast 2014-2024
-     France forecast 2014-2024
-     Germany forecast 2014-2024
-     India forecast 2014-2024
-     Israel forecast 2014-2024
-     Italy forecast 2014-2024
-     Japan forecast 2014-2024
-     Pakistan forecast 2014-2024
-     Russia forecast 2014-2024
-     Singapore forecast 2014-2024
-     South Korea forecast 2014-2024
-     Spain forecast 2014-2024
-     Sweden forecast 2014-2024
-    Turkey forecast 2014-2024
-     UAE forecast 2014-2024
-     UK forecast 2014-2024
-     US forecast 2014-2024
-    Rest of the World forecast 2014-2024
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-    AAI Corporation
-    Aeronautics Defense Systems
-    AeroVironment
-    BAE Systems                                    
-    Boeing Defense, Space & Security                        
-    Cassidian                                    
-    Elbit Systems                                    
-    Elta Systems                                    
-    FLIR Systems                                    
-    General Atomics ASI                                
-    IAI Malat Division                                
-    L-3 Communications
-    Lockheed Martin Corporation                            
-    Northrop Grumman Corporation                        
-    Raytheon Company                            
-    Saab Group                                    
-    Sagem                                        
-    Selex Galileo                                    
-    Telephonics                                    
-    Thales Group    

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Companies Listed in this report:

AAI Corporation
Adcom Systems
Aeroelectronica (AEL)
Aeronautics Defense Systems
Aerosonde
AeroVironment
Aeryon Labs
Alenia Aeronautica
Alpi
Aselsan
ASN Technology
Avibras
BAE Systems
Baykar Technologies
Bayraktar Makina
Bell Helicopter
Boeing Company
Boeing Defense, Space and Security (BDS)
CAE
Cassidian
Cassidian Air Systems
Chengdu Aircraft Industry Corporation (CAC)
China Aerospace Science and Industry Corporation (CASIC)
China Aviation Industry Corp. (AVIC)
China National Aero-Technology Import and Export Corporation (CATIC)
Controp
CybAero AB
Dassault Aviation
Denel Dynamics
EADS
EADS CASA
Elbit Systems Ltd
Elta Systems (part of IAI)
Embraer
Ericsson Microwave Systems
Finmeccanica
FLIR Systems Inc.
General Atomics
General Atomics Aeronautical Systems Inc  (GA-ASI)
IAI TAMAM
ImSAR
Indra
Innocon
Insitu Inc
International Golden Group
Israel Aerospace Industries (IAI)
Israel Aerospace Industries (IAI) MALAT Division
King Abdullah Design and Development Bureau (KADDB)
Korean Aerospace industries (KAI)
Korean Air
Korean Air Aerospace Division (ASD)
L-3 Communications
Lockheed Martin Corporation
MacDonald, Dettwiler and Associates Ltd (MDA)
Northrop Grumman
Northrop Grumman Aerospace Systems
Provincial Aerospace
Raytheon Company
Rheinmetall AG
Rheinmetall Defence
Russian Helicopters
SAAB AB
Saab Aerosystems
SAAB Group
Saab Microwave Systems
Sagem Defense Securite
Santos Lab
Schiebel Corporation
Selex Elsag
Selex ES
Selex Galileo
Selex Sistemi Integrati
Shenyang Aircraft Corp.
Sierra Nevada Corp. (SNC)
Sikorsky
Textron Inc
Thales Group
Thales UK
Turkish Aerospace Industries (TAI)
UAV Vision Pty Ltd
UTacS
XPert Engineering
Government Agencies and Other Organisations Mentioned in This Report
Australian Army
Australian Defence Materiel Organisation (DMO)
Brazilian Air Force
Brazilian Federal Police
Brazilian Marine Corps
British Army Royal Artillery
Chilean Air Force
Chinese National Aero-Technology (catic)
Chinese People's Liberation Army (PLA)
Chinese People's Liberation Army Navy (PLAN)
French Air Force
French Army
French General Directorate for Armament (DGA)
French Ministry of Defence
French Navy
German Luftwaffe (Air Force)
German Navy
Germany Army
Indian Aeronautical Development Establishment (ADE)
Indian Air Force
Indian Army
Indian Defence Research and Development Organisation (DRDO)
Indian Navy
Iraqi Air Force (IqAF)
Israeli Air Force (IAF)
Israeli Defence Force (IDF)
Israeli Ministry of Defence
Italian Air Force
Italian Army
Italian Ministry of Defence
Japanese Coast Guard
Japanese Ministry of Defence
Jordanian Armed Forces
North Atlantic Treaty Organisation (NATO)
Pakistan Army
Pakistan Navy
Pakistan Aeronautical Complex (PAC)
Polish Army
Republic of Korea Army (ROKA)
Republic of Korea Defence Acquisition Program Administration (DAPA)
Republic of Singaporean Air Force (RSAF)
Republic of Singaporean Air Force (RSAF) UAV Command
Royal Australian Navy (RAN)
Royal Singapore Air Force (RSAF)
South Korean Defense Acquisition Program Administration (DAPA)
Spanish Ministry of Defence
Turkish Air Force
UK Defence Equipment and Support Organisation
UK Ministry of Defence (MoD)
UK National Audit Office (NAO)
UK Royal Air Force (RAF)
UK Royal Artillery
UK Royal Navy (RN)
US Air Force (USAF)
US Army
US Central Intelligence Agency (CIA)
US Coast Guard
US Customs and Border Protection (CBP)
US Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA)
US Department of Defense (DoD)
US Department of Homeland Security (DHS)
US Federal Aviation Administration
US Marine Corps (USMC)
US Naval Air Systems Command (NAVAIR)
US Navy (USN)
US Office of Air and Marine (OAM)
US Special Operations Command (SOCOM)

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