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Aerospace and Defence Fire Control System Market

The Fire Control System Market is projected to grow at a CAGR 3.19% rate from 2021 to 2026. Factors such as increasing military expenditure by emerging economies to strengthen their respective armed forces are expected to drive the market.


The airborne segment is expected to grow at the highest CAGR during the forecast period. Fire control systems play a crucial role in combat aircraft, in hitting targets in air to air missions with accuracy. Across the world, every other fighter aircraft and helicopter is installed with fire control systems. Airborne platforms have evolved to support multi-mission warfare machines capable of conducting a variety of missions. These platforms can be used for command & control, air defense, bombing, air dominance, close air support, reconnaissance, and other roles.


The launchers segment is expected to lead the fire control system market from 2021 to 2026. Based on weapon class, the fire control system market has been segmented into automatic guns and launchers. The growth of the launchers segment is due to the high adoption land, airborne, and naval platforms for surface-to-air warfare to engage with main battle tanks and other armored fighting vehicles.


The fire control system market has been segmented into short range (0 to 9km), medium range (9 to 80km), and long range (Above 80km). Medium range is expected to grow fast as compared to all, and is extensively used in war zones to help aim targets with maximum accuracy.

The Asia Pacific region is expected to grow at the highest CAGR in the fire control system market during 2021 to 2026 due to increase in military spending by China, India, Japan, and South Korea.


Key Market Players include Elbit Systems Ltd (Israel), General Dynamics Corporation (US), Rheinmetall AG (Germany), BAE Systems (UK), Lockheed Martin (US), Safran (France), Leonardo (Italy), Raytheon Company (US), SAAB (Sweden), Aselsan A.S. (Turkey), Northrop Grumman (US), and Israel Aerospace Industries (Israel), among others.


Key Questions Addressed by the Report


1.     Introduction

1.1.  Market Definition

1.2.  Study Scope

1.3.  Study Period

1.4.  Market Stakeholders

2.     Research Methodology

2.1.  Secondary Research

2.2.  Primary Research

2.3.  Research Design

2.4.  Data Validation

2.5.  Limitations and Assumptions

3.     Executive Summary

4.     Market Dynamics

4.1.  Drivers

4.1.1.Rising Demand for Precision Weapon Systems

4.1.2.Advancements in Automatic Weapon Systems

4.1.3.Ongoing Military Modernization Programs Worldwide

4.1.4.Development of Advanced Combat Systems for Improved Situational Awareness

4.1.5.Increasing Defense Expenditure of Emerging Countries

4.1.6.Increasing Demand for Remotely-Operated Weapon Stations

4.2.  Opportunities

4.2.1.Huge R&D Investments for Technological Advancements in Defense Operations

4.3.  Challenges

4.3.1.Complexity and High Operational Cost

4.3.2.Integration of Automatic Weapon Systems With A Wide Range of Platforms

4.3.3.Advancements in Cyber and Electronic Warfare Can Render Digital Fire Control System Useless

4.3.4.Highly Complicated and Sophisticated Products

4.3.5.Regulatory Challenges for Sales to Overseas Countries

5.     Industry Trends

5.1.  Integrated Weapon Systems

5.2.  Advanced Gun Systems

5.3.  Fire Control System for Rifles

5.4.  Fighter Pilot Helmet With Integrated EO/IR

5.5.  Advanced Fire Control Systems

5.6.  Integrated Turret Gun System

5.7.  Trajectory Correction System (TCS)

6.     Fire Control System Market, By System

6.1.  Target Acquisition & Guidance System

6.1.1.Fire control radar

6.1.2.SONAR

6.1.3.EO/IR

6.1.4.Gun director

6.1.5.Rangefinder

6.2.  Ballistics Computer and Display & Interface Units

6.3.  Navigation Systems

6.4.  Power Systems

6.5.  Auxiliary Systems

6.6.  Stabilization Systems

6.7.  Others

7.     Fire Control System Market, By Platform

7.1.  Land

7.1.1.Main battle tank

7.1.2.Armored fighting vehicle

7.1.3.Light protected vehicle

7.1.4.Multiple rocket launch system

7.1.5.Unmanned ground vehicle

7.1.6.Artillery system

7.1.6.1.           Air defense system

7.1.6.2.           Howitzers

7.1.6.3.           Mortars

7.2.  Naval

7.2.1.Destroyers

7.2.2.Frigates

7.2.3.Corvettes

7.2.4.Offshore patrol vessels

7.2.5.Amphibious ships

7.2.6.Submarines

7.2.7.Unmanned surface vehicles (USVs)

7.3.  Airborne

7.3.1.Attack helicopters

7.3.2.Fighter aircraft

7.3.3.Special mission aircraft

7.3.4.Tactical UAVs

8.     Fire Control System Market, By Weapon Class

8.1.  Automatic Guns

8.1.1.Rifles

8.1.2.Machine guns

8.1.3.Gatling guns

8.1.4.Autocannons

8.2.  Launchers

8.2.1.Automatic grenade launchers

8.2.2.Missile launchers

8.2.3.Rocket launchers

8.2.4.Mortar launchers

8.2.5.Torpedo launchers

9.     Fire Control System Market, By Range

9.1.  Short-Range (0-9 Km)

9.2.  Medium-Range (9-80 Km)

9.3.  Long-Range (Above 80 Km)

10. Fire Control System Market, By Region

10.1.                 North America

10.1.1.  US

10.1.2.  Canada

10.2.                 Europe

10.2.1.  Russia

10.2.2.  Germany

10.2.3.   France

10.2.4.   Italy

10.2.5.   UK

10.2.6.  Rest of Europe

10.3.                 Asia Pacific

10.3.1.  China

10.3.2.   India

10.3.3.   Australia

10.3.4.  Japan

10.3.5.   South Korea

10.3.6.  Rest of APAC

10.4.                 Middle East

10.4.1.  Saudi Arabia

10.4.2.  Israel

10.4.3.  Turkey

10.4.4.  Rest of Middle Eas

10.5.                 Rest of the World

10.5.1.  Africa

10.5.2.  Latin America

11. Company Profiles

11.1.                 Elbit Systems Ltd.

11.2.                 General Dynamics Corporation

11.3.                 Indra

11.4.                 Bae Systems PLC

11.5.                 Lockheed Martin Corporation

11.6.                 Safran Group

11.7.                 Ultra Electronics

11.8.                 Rheinmetall AG

11.9.                 Leonardo

11.10.              Northrop Grumman Corporation

11.11.              Raytheon Company

11.12.              Saab

11.13.              Aselsan

11.14.              Wilcox Industries

11.15.              Thales Group

*Company introduction, financial information, recent developments, SWOT analysis

12. Conclusion and Recommendations

13. Appendix

13.1.                 About

13.2.                 Related Reports

13.3.                 Glossary





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