Flight Navigation System Market -Overview
The aggressive upswing in air passenger traffic is estimated to spur the flight navigation system market. The aerospace and defense reports are made by Market Research Future, which includes market options for progress. A 7 % CAGR is estimated to unlock more significant opportunities in the forecast period.
The emphasis on enhanced accuracy in aircraft is estimated to provide favorable opportunities to the flight navigation system market. The enhanced aircraft manufacturing and modernization levels are foreseen to induce an optimistic affect in the flight navigation system market through the forecast period.
The segmental insight into the flight navigation system market is conducted based on flight instrument, product, application, and region. Based on the regions, the flight navigation system market has been segmented into Asia Pacific, Middle East, North America, Europe, Africa, and Latin America. Based on the product, the flight navigation system market consist of a flight control system, communication, navigation, and surveillance (CN&S) system and flight management system. The application bases segmentation of the flight navigation system market comprises of rotary-wing and fixed-wing. On the basis of flight instrument, the flight navigation system market has been segmented into altimeter, gyroscope, sensors, autopilot, and magnetic compass.
Detailed Regional Analysis
The regional overview of the flight navigation system market has been segmented into Asia Pacific, Middle East, North America, Europe, Africa, and Latin America. The regional market in North America held the chief market segment in the year of 2018. Though, the regional market in the Asia Pacific is expected to grow with the peak CAGR in the forecast period. The technological improvements and mounting implementation of navigation systems by evolving economies such as China and India are pushing the market in the region. Additionally, the growing passenger traffic is inspiring market expansion in the Asia Pacific flight navigation system market. Administrations of emerging countries, such as China and India, are capitalizing in growing airports with progressive technologies to extend improved services to expanding passenger traffic. China is expected to outdo the US as the world’s principal air passenger market, which will lead to an augmented demand for aircraft and the expansion of new aircraft flight navigation system through the region. These financing and the upsurge in the number of aircraft are foreseen to progress the forthcoming air navigation in the European region to achieve international standards.
The dynamic elements in the market are estimated to contribute to the development process extensively. The long term development in the market is estimated to follow the pattern of a staggered pace rather than a continuous development plan. The companies in the market are observed as being more cautious in their long term forecasting while accounting for unprecedented factors. The demand curves and growth pace are not estimated to pick up immediately and will require the presence of several key factors that can boost the sentiment in the global market. The reinforcement in the delivery chains is likely to enforce an optimistic effect on the market. The competition in the market, though pronounced, is estimated to create a conducive outlook for the market. The investments in the market are also estimated to gain traction at a steady pace in the foreseeable future. Government backing is estimated to have a more important role in building the economy, and this is estimated to be extended to the development of this market as well.
The strategic players in the flight navigation system market are Northrop Grumman Corporation (US), Raytheon Company (US), Honeywell International Inc (US), MOOG, Inc. (US), Boeing (US), Universal Avionics Systems Corporation (US), Safran (France), and Esterline Technologies Corporation (US).