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Frost and Sullivan briefing on airborne surveillance

Frost And Sullivan : 08 July, 2008  (New Product)
Live briefing to take place in Singapore later in July to cover the expanding market for military and homeland security aerial observation systems
Frost & Sullivan's Aerospace and Defence Practice in Asia Pacific will host an exclusive live analyst briefing on Eyes in the Sky - Airborne Surveillance Take Flight to New Heights on July 16th, at 14:00 hrs (GMT+08:00hrs) Singapore Time.

Since September 11, the national security of countries globally has been threatened. Military expenditure since then has been slowly increasing to enable procurements and upgrades of existing military hardware. Ageing combat aircrafts are being replaced by next generation fighters, while airborne early warning aircraft is seeing increased numbers being put into service. Asia Pacific houses two vital sea trade routes and security along these waters is important. Improved airborne surveillance capabilities to cover this vast area would enable fast and quick responses from the appropriate authorities to counter the increasing threats such as hijacking and illegal trafficking that has been flooding the waters in this region.

With the rising need for better technology in radar, electro-optics/infrared (EO/IR) sensors and next generation aircrafts, there is certainly growth potential for defence contractors to showcase their capabilities to Asia Pacific armed forces.

This briefing will highlight the different airborne platforms such as maritime patrol aircrafts, airborne early warning aircrafts and also combat aircrafts and the radar and EO/IR sensors associated with these platforms. Highlights of the briefing include an assessment of the market, scopes and demands of the industry and current and future air C2ISR market behaviour and trends. We will also provide an update of related and upcoming research and provide an opportunity for a question and answer session with the analyst.

This briefing will benefit defence contractors, system integrators, defence procurement agencies, MRO service providers and military suppliers and distributors by discussing the emerging trends and challenges in mapping the future of the Asia Pacific Air C2ISR market.

Chern Wai Cheong, Research Analyst with Frost & Sullivan's APAC Aerospace & Defense team says, "Airborne surveillance has never been more important. With improved situational awareness among commanding officers, vital information from C2ISR mission capable airborne platforms would enable them to make right decisions. However, with the ongoing military procurement programs happening in this region, this has undoubtedly triggered certain mild responses towards the balance of power between neighbouring countries." He also noted that in order to achieve a balance, the armed forces of these countries should turn their focus towards working together to combat these threats.

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