Frost & Sullivan analyzes the development of hypersonic technology in the United States
Market spending for hypersonic development by the US Department of Defense (DoD) is expected to drop to $ 2.82 billion by 2025
SANTA CLARA, California, June 8, 2021 / PRNewswire / – Frost & Sullivan’s recent analysis of development of hypersonic technology within United States finds that the possession of hypersonic missiles by opposing US world powers accelerates the nation’s expansion efforts in advanced hypersonic defense weapons. Since 2016, the hypersonic capacity expenditure of the United States Department of Defense (DoD) has increased tenfold, from $ 350 million To $ 3.8 billion in 2020. By 2025, it should drop to $ 2.82 billion, with the Air Force and the Navy leading the investments, followed by the Army. These offensive and defensive hypersonic weapons and platforms are expected to significantly transform the country’s tactical and strategic military operations due to their speed, accuracy and maneuverability.
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“The increased speed of hypersonic boost-glide weapons will negate current radar capabilities for early detection. As missiles and hypersonic aircraft become increasingly used, defense against them must remain a priority,” said John hernandez, Senior Aerospace and Defense Research Analyst at Frost & Sullivan. “Consistent with this goal, DoD funding for hypersonic technology is expected to remain stable.”
Hernandez added: “A closer look at the different segmentations of hypersonic defense development shows that the largest portion of the planned spending is earmarked for advanced development programs, followed by management assistance and basic / applied research. “
Market players should focus on the following to exploit lucrative growth prospects:
Acquisitions, mergers and partnerships: Evaluate design reviews and existing prototypes to develop strategies to identify potential partners, acquisitions or mergers to meet demand once actual production has started.
Counter hypersonics: Provide a complete solution that can counter a solitary or swarm of hypersonic missiles by effectively rendering them inert or completely terminated.
Detection and Tracking (DT): Companies with DT capabilities should consider partnering with satellite companies or entering into agreements that incorporate advanced sensors.
Propulsion for hypersonic: Connectivity during hypersonic flight poses another challenge for developers, providing an opening for communication companies to enter the market.
Size, Weight and Power (SWaP): Manufacturers of conventional missiles must immediately start developing smaller systems that can be integrated into various military aircraft and surface ships.
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