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Global Remotely Operated Weapon Stations Market (2021 to 2029) – Leading Players Include Saab, BAE Systems and Elbit Among Others

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Dublin, Jan. 08, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — The “Global Remotely Operated Weapon Stations – Market and Technology Forecast to 2029” report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com’s offering.

After two years of use in the field, Remotely Operated Weapon Stations have been well established in the defense market. The advantages they offer are significant. They include crew protection, increased accuracy, first-round hit probability, target recognition and identification, low cost of production; integration and operation. The US Armed Forces have been at the forefront of ROWS induction into its force structure. More than 20,000 units have been procured so far and additional ones are due to be delivered in the coming years.

There are two very important developments in the ROWS market that no one should disregard, as they are expected to change the conduct of combat operations. Just as radio brought a small revolution in technical and military affairs when it was used as a medium to guide weapons, ROWS will bring a similar change, not only as standalone systems but also as part of a networked environment and on top of the unmanned ground or surface vehicles.

The current global security environment poses many challenges either in the form of low-intensity conflicts or between peer opponents. With major forces around the globe being in need of fielding disruptive technologies with fire delivery capabilities, platforms, or unmanned systems with ROWS, interconnected through a C4ISR backbone, will serve that goal effectively and affordably.

Recognizing that potential of the market, a significant number of manufacturers around the world are positioning themselves by developing their own ROWS. That creates a highly competitive environment for businesses, which will be better served through the creation of economies of scale.

Market Forecast provides a detailed analysis of the Remotely Operated Weapon Stations (ROWS) market up to 2029 in terms of technologies, end-users and platforms, acquisition programs, leading companies, and opportunities for manufacturers. The report also provides case studies that would help readers better understand the nature of the market and the underlying factors affecting the procurement of ROWS.

The analysis is based on more than 400 program records around the world, establishing a solid database.

Covered in this report:

  • Global market share assessments for all types in numbers delivered and value up to 2028.
  • Market share assessments per segments and regions up to 2028.
  • Snapshot on global security issues, defense budgets, spending patterns and how these affect the procurement of ROWS systems.
  • Focus on US, Russian, European, Asian, and Middle East procurement programs.
  • Case studies with some of the world’s biggest acquisition programs that have ROWS an integral part of the equation.
  • Market Dynamics: An insight into the latest technological developments in the ROWS market and which countries are changing their preferences are in a position to absorb the new technology and adapt their modus operandi.
  • Roles for all types: Insight on how ROWS fit into a military or security concept of operations and how they form a revolution in military affairs.
  • Main military ROWS technological trends.
  • Market Trends: Drivers, Inhibitors and Porter’s 5 Segment Analysis and recommendations for the companies that want to stay ahead of the competition.
  • Profiles for the leading companies, including financial information, strategic alliances and recent contract wins.

Key Topics Covered:

1 Introduction
1.1 Scope
1.2 Methodology
1.2.1 Redundancy
1.3 Events or incident based Forecast Scenario
1.4 Who will benefit from this report?
1.4.1 Business Leaders & Business Developers
1.4.2 Professionals
1.5 How will this report benefit you?
1.6 Language

2 Executive Summary
2.1 ROWS Trends and Insights
2.2 Major Findings/Conclusions
2.2.1 Basic Finding/Conclusions
2.2.2 Capabilities & Technology-based Conclusions
2.2.3 Industrial & Market-based
2.3 Important Tables and Graphs

3 Current ROWS Technologies/Market Overview
3.1 Introduction
3.2 Definitions
3.3 ROWS’ Basic Components
3.4 Important Elements in ROWS’ Design and Operation
3.4.1 Stabilization
3.4.2 Sensors
3.4.3 Fire Control Unit
3.4.4 Guns, Weapons and Ammunition
3.4.5 ROWS’ Integration on Platforms
3.5 ROWS versus Manned Turrets
3.5.1 ROWS – Advantages and Limitations
3.6 Types of ROWS by Platform
3.6.1 Land Platforms
3.6.2 Wheeled versus Tracked Vehicles
3.6.3 Case Study – British Army Strike Brigades
3.6.4 Case Study – French Army Scorpion Program
3.6.5 Case Study – US Army Forces in Europe
3.6.6 Unmanned Platforms with ROWS
3.6.7 Naval Platforms with ROWS
3.6.8 Static ROWS
3.6.9 Airborne

4 Market Analysis
4.1 Introduction
4.2 Forecast factors – Drivers
4.2.1 Driver 1 – Defense budgets
4.2.2 Driver 2 – Increased market interest in wheeled (armored) vehicles
4.2.3 Driver 3 – Requirement for persistent ISR
4.2.4 Driver 4 – Worldwide asymmetric threats
4.2.5 Driver 5 – Navies to increasingly operate at the littoral waters
4.2.6 Driver 6 – Need for Coast Guard forces
4.2.7 Driver 7 – Indigenous defense industries and production issues
4.2.8 Driver 8 – Increased range of engagements and accuracy
4.2.9 Driver 9 – Combined effects
4.2.10 Driver 10 – Power management systems development
4.2.11 Driver 11 – Crew survivability
4.2.12 Driver 12 – Proliferation of UGVs and UUVs
4.2.13 Driver 13 – Need to upgrade legacy platforms
4.2.14 Driver 14 – Urban warfare is a reality
4.2.15 Driver 15 – Evolution of Artificial Intelligence
4.2.16 Driver 16 – ROWS with non-lethal weapons
4.2.17 Driver 17 – ROWS costs availability
4.3 Forecast factors – Inhibitors
4.3.1 Inhibitor 1 – Lack of proven concept of operations
4.3.2 Inhibitor 2 – Trust in manned solutions
4.3.3 Inhibitor 3 – Defense budgets
4.3.4 Inhibitor 4 – Artificial Intelligence and Ethics
4.3.5 Inhibitor 5 – Rules of engagement and International law
4.3.6 Inhibitor 6 – Export control of defense technology
4.4 Opportunities
4.4.1 Opportunity 1 – Improving EO/IR technology
4.4.2 Opportunity 2 – Improving unmanned systems testing and evaluation
4.4.3 Opportunity 3 – Improving Manned-Unmanned Teaming
4.4.4 Opportunity 4 – Improving Marketing and Value-Added Messages
4.4.5 Opportunity 5 – Develop ways to extend the lifespan and capabilities of platforms
4.4.6 Opportunity 6 – A single control station must be able to concurrently operate multiple unmanned systems
4.4.7 Opportunity 7 – Multiple effects by a single ROWS
4.4.8 Opportunity 8 – ROWS adaptable for homeland security use
4.4.9 Opportunity 9 – ROWS as systems
4.4.10 Opportunity 10 – Field training for ROWS operators with augmented or virtual reality
4.4.11 Opportunity 11 – Training for ROWS drives need for simulators and virtual environment
4.4.12 Opportunity 12 – Continuous development of power management and battery systems
4.4.13 Opportunity 13 – Field 3D printing of spare parts
4.5 Opportunities
4.5.1 Time Sensitive Opportunity 1 – Romanian Army new wheeled IFV
4.5.2 Time Sensitive Opportunity 2 – Bulgarian Army new wheeled IFV
4.5.3 Time Sensitive Opportunity 3 – British Army new armored vehicles
4.5.4 Time Sensitive Opportunity 4 – Latvian Army new vehicles
4.5.5 Time Sensitive Opportunity 5 – Lithuanian Army IFV procurement
4.5.6 Time Sensitive Opportunity 6 – Hellenic Armed Forces
4.5.7 Time Sensitive Opportunity 7 – Finnish Army vehicles
4.5.8 Time Sensitive Opportunity 8 – Polish Army vehicles
4.5.9 Time Sensitive Opportunity 9 – Pakistan Army 4×4 armored vehicles
4.5.10 Time Sensitive Opportunity 10 – Japanese Army 8×8 APCs
4.5.11 Time Sensitive Opportunity 11 – Kuwaiti Army M-1 Abrams upgrade
4.6 Porter’s 5 Forces Analysis
4.6.1 Competitive Rivalry
4.6.2 Supplier Power
4.6.3 Buyer Power
4.6.4 Threat of Substitution
4.6.5 Threat of New Entry
4.7 Macro environment
4.7.1 Macroeconomic factors
4.7.2 Political
4.7.3 Legislative

5 Forecast ROWS Market by Region to 2029
5.1 Introduction
5.2 Americas – ROWS Market Forecast to 2029
5.2.1 North America – USA
5.2.2 North America – Canada
5.2.3 Central and South America
5.3 Europe – ROWS Market Forecast to 2029
5.3.1 UK
5.3.2 France
5.3.3 Poland
5.3.4 Other Eastern European countries
5.3.5 Turkey
5.4 Middle East & Africa – ROWS Market Forecast to 2029
5.4.1 Saudi Arabia
5.4.2 Qatar
5.4.3 UAE
5.4.4 Israel
5.5 Asia-Pacific – ROWS Market Forecast to 2029
5.5.1 China
5.5.2 Australia
5.5.3 South Korea

6 Forecast ROWS Market by End-User to 2029
6.1 General Outlook per End-User
6.2 ROWS for the Defense and Security Sectors
6.2.1 Improved Accuracy
6.2.2 Improved Firepower
6.2.3 A system of systems
6.2.4 ROWS and new platforms
6.2.5 ROWS and legacy platforms
6.2.6 ROWS and Unmanned Systems
6.2.7 ROWS and Non-Lethal Weapons
6.2.8 Protecting Critical Infrastructure
6.2.9 The New Defense Procurement Fiscal Context of Europe and of the U.S.

7 Forecast ROWS Market by System-Element to 2029
8 Scenario II – Global ROWS Market Forecast to 2029
8.1 Global ROWS Market Forecast – Scenario I vs Scenario II
8.2 Scenario II Global ROWS Market Forecast by Region by [US$Mn] to 2029
8.3 Scenario II Global ROWS Market Forecast by System Element by [US$Mn] to 2029
8.4 Scenario II Global ROWS Market Forecast by End-User by [US$Mn] to 2029

9 Leading Companies in the ROWS Market
9.1 SAAB
9.1.1 Company profile
9.1.2 Products & Services – ROWS
9.1.3 Financial info – Revenues, profits
9.1.4 Contact
9.2 ASELSAN Elektronik Sanayi ve Ticaret A.S.
9.3 BAE SYSTEMS
9.4 ELBIT Systems
9.5 GENERAL DYNAMICS
9.6 RHEINMETALL AG
9.7 RAFAEL Advanced Defense Systems
9.8 LEONARDO
9.9 FN HERSTAL
9.10 KONGSBERG
9.11 MSI-DEFENCE SYSTEMS Ltd.
9.12 EOS – Electro Optic Systems
9.13 KRAUSS-MAFFEI WEGMANN
9.14 NEXTER
9.15 John Cockerill

10 Conclusions and recommendations

11 About the Publisher

12 Appendices

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