Europe Tactical Data Link Market Forecast 2019-2028

Europe Tactical Data Link Market Forecast 2019-2028

The Europe tactical data link market is anticipated to grow with a CAGR of 5.87%, across the forecast years of 2019 to 2028. The key factors promoting the market growth include, growing military expenditure for the defense sector, and the rise in need for enhanced situational awareness.

The Europe tactical data link market growth includes the geographical analysis of the United Kingdom, Poland, Russia, Belgium, Germany, Italy, France, and the rest of Europe. The Russia-Ukraine war scenario is expected to impact the policies and military budgets of Russia. The geopolitical tension is also likely to reinforce the country’s defense system and enable them to counter the situation. For instance, Russia is conducting tests on an unmanned helicopter with the ability to detect moving as well as fixed targets. In 2013, the country’s government decided to refurbish its command and control center, and completed the upgrade in 2015. The overhaul is now termed as the National Defense Control Centre (NDCC), with superior systems for naval, air, and ground forces. Moreover, in recent years, electronic warfare (EW) exercises have considerably increased, with Russia orchestrating its first strategic level drill since 1979, called Elelctrol-2016. The country also intends to have more than 70% of contemporary electronic warfare networks and systems within its forces, by 2020. As a result, the extensive upgrades in command and control systems, in addition to ISR and EW, are projected to bolster the region’s market.
Italy’s market growth is mostly attributed to the development of existing software used by armed troops characterized by radios. Moreover, the country’s government has made significant investments towards improving tactical data links and enhancing their current military communication.

Some of the distinguished companies in the market include BAE Systems Plc, Leonardo SpA, Thales SA, Aselsan AS, Leidos Holding, Collins Aerospace, etc.
Our report offerings include:
• Explore key findings of the overall market
• Strategic breakdown of market dynamics (Drivers, Restraints, Opportunities, Challenges)
• Market forecasts for a minimum of 9 years, along with 3 years of historical data for all segments, sub-segments, and regions
• Market Segmentation cater to a thorough assessment of key segments with their market estimations
• Geographical Analysis: Assessments of the mentioned regions and country-level segments with their market share
• Key analytics: Porter's Five Forces Analysis, Vendor Landscape, Opportunity Matrix, Key Buying Criteria, etc.
• Competitive landscape is the theoretical explanation of the key companies based on factors, market share, etc.
• Company profiling: A detailed company overview, product/services offered, SCOT analysis, and recent strategic developments

1. Research Scope & Methodology
1.1. Study Objectives
1.2. Scope Of Study
1.3. Methodology
1.4. Assumptions & Limitations
2. Executive Summary
2.1. Market Size & Estimates
2.2. Market Overview
3. Market Dynamics
3.1. Parent Market Analysis: Military Communications Market
3.2. Development Of Tactical Data Link
3.3. Market Definition
3.4. Key Drivers
3.4.1. Increased Geopolitical Tension & Security Threats
3.4.2. Growing Importance Of Modern Warfare Techniques
3.4.3. Need Of Accurate & Real-time Information In The Battlefield
3.4.4. Rising Demand For Improved Interoperability
3.5. Key Restraints
3.5.1. Loss Of Data Across Different Link Types
3.5.2. Stringent Military Standards
4. Key Analytics
4.1. Impact Of Covid-19 On Tactical Data Link
4.2. Key Investment Insights
4.3. Porter’s Five Force Analysis
4.3.1. Buyer Power
4.3.2. Supplier Power
4.3.3. Substitution
4.3.4. New Entrants
4.3.5. Industry Rivalry
4.4. Opportunity Matrix
4.5. Vendor Landscape
4.6. Value Chain Analysis
4.6.1. Suppliers
4.6.2. Research & Development
4.6.3. System Integration & Testing
4.6.4. End-user
4.7. Key Buying Criteria
4.7.1. Cost
4.7.2. Product Development & Warranty
4.7.3. Company Reputation
4.7.4. System Security
4.8. Regulatory Framework
5. Market By Component
5.1. Hardware
5.2. Software
6. Market By Application
6.1. Command & Control
6.2. Intelligence, Surveillance & Reconnaissance
6.3. Electronic Warfare
6.4. Radio Communication
7. Market By Type
7.1. Air-based
7.1.1. Rotary Wing
7.1.2. Fixed Wing
7.1.3. Unmanned Aerial Vehicles
7.2. Land-based
7.2.1. Ground Control Station
7.2.2. Vehicles
7.2.3. Soldiers
7.2.4. Unmanned Ground Vehicles
7.3. Sea-based
7.3.1. Ships
7.3.2. Unmanned Systems
7.3.3. Submarines
7.4. Weapon-based
8. Geographical Analysis
8.1. Europe
8.1.1. United Kingdom
8.1.2. Germany
8.1.3. France
8.1.4. Italy
8.1.5. Russia
8.1.6. Belgium
8.1.7. Poland
8.1.8. Rest Of Europe
9. Company Profiles
9.1. Aselsan As
9.2. Bae Systems Plc
9.3. General Dynamics Corporation
9.4. Iridium Communications Inc
9.5. L3harris Technologies Inc
9.6. Leidos Holdings Inc
9.7. Leonardo Spa
9.8. Northrop Grumman Corporation
9.9. Raytheon Company
9.10. Collins Aerospace
9.11. Saab A
9.12. Tactical Communications Group Llc (Acquired By Curtiss-wright Corporation)
9.13. Telefunken Radio Communication Systems Gmbh & Co Kg (Racoms)
9.14. Thales Sa
9.15. Viasat Inc

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