Electronic Warfare (Defense) - Thematic Research

Electronic Warfare (Defense) - Thematic Research

Summary

Electronic warfare (EW) is defined as any military action involving the use of electromagnetic and directed energy to control the electromagnetic spectrum, or to attack the enemy. This definition involves numerous military activities that include locating, exploiting, degrading, targeting, disrupting, denying, deceiving or destroying the enemy’s electronic systems that support military operations or aim to deny friendly forces the ability to use the electromagnetic spectrum. EW is an action whose objective or means is within the electromagnetic spectrum (EMS). This excludes deployment of cyber capabilities to control the EMS, as this is within the scope of cyber warfare.

Russian prowess in the EW domain, along with the fruition of their reforms, paired with China’s military maturation and increased extroversion mean that Western efforts in EW have significant strategic repercussions and will see significant expenditure increases in the short, medium, and long-term future.

Key Highlights

  • Demand for EW products will be driven by its universal (all domain) use
  • There will be a significant spending push in EW technologies, Heavily driven by Russian capabilities and increased Chinese belligerence
Scope
  • The post-Global War on Terror environment, catalysed by Chinese emergence and Russian resurgence, has seen the need for rapid changes to be made in the electronic warfare domain. These peer or near-peer threats form a drastically different threat matrix and operating environment from the previous two decades, dominated by asymmetrical and low intensity conflict for the majority of Tier one nations.
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  • Executive summary
  • Players
    • Table Figure 1: Key players in the electronic warfare value chain
  • Technology briefing
    • Electronic warfare technology and the evolving threat matrix
    • Electronic warfare in the low intensity conflict (LIC) context
    • Electronic warfare technology and the peer/near-peer environment
  • Trends
    • Technology trends
      • Table Technology trends
    • Macroeconomic trends
      • Table Macroeconomic trends
    • Regulatory trends
      • Table Regulatory trends
  • Industry analysis
    • Market size and growth forecasts
      • Table Figure 2: North America dominates the global electronic warfare market 2020-2030
      • Electronic warfare by segment
        • Table Figure 3: Electronic warfare support dominates the market
    • Use cases
      • Syria
      • C-UAS
      • Missile seekers
      • Ukraine and jamming
      • UAV/UCAV EW roles
      • Communications hardening
    • Mergers and acquisitions
      • Table Mergers and acquisitions
    • Timeline
      • Table Figure 4: The electronic warfare story
  • Value chain
    • Table Figure 5: The electronic warfare value chain
    • Electronic attack
      • Table Figure 6: The electronic warfare value chain - Electronic attack
    • Electronic protection
      • Table Figure 7: The electronic warfare value chain - Electronic protection
    • Electronic warfare support
      • Table Figure 8: The electronic warfare value chain - Electronic warfare support
    • Directed energy weapons
      • Table Figure 9: The electronic warfare value chain - Directed energy weapons
      • Laser weapons
      • Particle beam weapons
      • High-power microwave (HPM) weapons
      • High-power sonic weapons
  • Companies
    • Public companies
      • Table Public companies
    • Private companies
      • Table Private companies
  • Glossary
    • Table Glossary
  • Further reading
    • GlobalData reports
      • Table GlobalData reports
  • Our thematic research methodology
    • Table Figure 10: Our five-step approach for generating a sector scorecard
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