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Electronic Warfare Market – Thematic Research

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.

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.

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

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Companies Mentioned

BAE Systems

Boeing

Elbit Systems

Israeli Aerospace Industry (IAI)

L3Harris Technologies

Leidos

Lockheed Martin

Northrop Grumman

Rafael Advanced Defense Systems

Raytheon Technologies, Alibaba

Alphabet (parent company of Google)

Amazon

Apple

Baidu Raytheon Technologies

Advent International

Communications & Power Industries

Spartronics

VTG

Hanwha

Micross Components

Huntington Ingalls Industries

BlueHalo

Cobham

General Atomics

Naxicap Partners

Krauss Maffei Wegmann

Bharat Forge

Leonardo

Ametek

Virtex

Spectra A&D

Quantic Boeing, BAE, Dynetics, Raytheon, Elbit, Lockheed Martin, Genasys, MBDA Ball Corp., KRET, BAE Systems, Lockheed Martin,

Cambricon

Facebook

IBM

Intel

Microsoft

Nvidia

Tencent, Adarga

Atlas Elektronik

Cylance

FLIR Systems

Palantir

Percepto

Rebellion Defense

Shield AI

SparkCognition

Veloxiti

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Key players in the electronic warfare value chain

Electronic Warfare value chain

Global electronic warfare market by region 2020-2030

Electronic warfare market by segment

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