Hyperspectral and multispectral detection will likely be in high demand
DUBLIN, January 5, 2022 / PRNewswire / – The report “Global Naval EO / IR CONOPs Evolutions and Use Cases – 2021” has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com offer.
This report covers the main trends and constraints encountered in the market. It is important to note that the changing concepts of EO / IR systems and the future expectations that will be required by navies are explored in detail in this report.
A key aspect that is factored into the changing demands of the EO / IR market are the ongoing technological developments, with an analysis of their technological maturity and current examples provided. Three major growth opportunities for businesses are identified as follows: data processing capabilities, extensive support to meet the needs of operators with limited budgets, and image processing to enable information retrieval in degraded environments.
The EO / IR naval domain will continue to grow and evolve, with countries implementing naval modernization and expansion programs forcing as global tensions increase and neglected fleets reach their intended end-of-life dates. The need for modern and better performing multi-purpose fleets arises as European and North American navies engage in the arctic arms race and commercial fleets need greater protection against growing piracy and attacks. actions on the part of Iran.
The threat of Chinese expansionism due to more frequent violations of airspace and a rapidly growing fleet is pushing the United States to demand the development of a larger fleet that can operate in coastal environments, in addition to create a resurgence of submarine programs through the Asia Pacific Region.
Some of the major trends seen in the EO / IR market include the merging of different types of sensors into a single package; digitization and fusion of sensors; hyperspectral and multispectral detection; and a continued need for reduced size, weight and power (SWaP) properties of systems.
Traditionally, separate EO / IR systems merge into a single assembly to increase efficiency. This trend has been mainly in the air field but has been increasingly adopted by the naval field. Increased automation has been behind this trend, based on improvements in artificial intelligence and a decrease in sensor SWaP.
EO / IR sensors continue to be digitized and merged into singular packages. As the number of sensors on a package increases, the volume of data to be analyzed will also increase, resulting in a higher demand for artificial intelligence and big data technologies to be integrated into the packages to automate and improve performance. data analysis.
Hyperspectral and multispectral sensing is likely to be in high demand in the naval field, where the capability will dramatically improve operations in coastal and high seas environments.
Main topics covered:
Why is it more and more difficult to cultivate?
The strategic imperative
The impact of the three main strategic imperatives on the EO / IR Navy
Growth opportunities fuel the engine of the growth pipeline
Scope and methodology of the research
Scope of research
Analysis of geopolitical threats
General trends in the OE / IR naval market
Economic situation / COVID-19
Impact of COVID-19 on Defense
Impact of COVID-19 on defense spending
Analysis of growth opportunities
EO / IR naval evolution
Evolution of naval OE / IR concepts
Classifications of ships
Naval EO / IR functionality and current status
Current Naval EO / IR Concepts
Future concepts of naval OE / IR
Universe of growth opportunities
Growth Opportunity 1: Data Processing Capabilities
Growth opportunity 2: Extensive support to meet the needs of operators with limited budgets
Growth opportunity 3: image processing to enable information extraction in degraded environments
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