Synthetic Aperture Radar in Space Report


The Synthetic Aperture Radar in Space Report consists of all the basic information regarding the Synthetic Aperture Radar in Space market. The all-inclusive report will aid users to understand the market current trends, industry growth drivers, share, analysis, size, production, forecast trends, supply, sales, demands, and many other aspects. The analysis is accomplish using an objective amalgamation of primary and secondary data including contributions from major participants in the market. The global Synthetic Aperture Radar in Space report is an essential reserve of data, primarily for the industry administrators.

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In 2015, U.S. Department of Commerce (DoC) approved the license of XpressSAR Inc., to operate private and commercial synthetic aperture radars. It was the first 100% U.S. owned company approved to operate a constellation of four X band radars for commercial applications. Utilization of the imagery data for commercial applications is to be among the prominent trend gaining traction across the globe. Moreover, revenue generation opportunities presented by these solutions is expected to leverage the competitive scenario and SAR in space sector market growth.

This report focuses on the top Manufacturers and players in global market are given bellow:-

Airbus SE, Capella, BAE Systems, Iceye, Harris Corporation, Lockheed Martin Corporation, Israel Aerospace Industries, Northrop Grumman Corporation, MDA Information Systems, Thales Group, Raytheon Company, and Uthercast.

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High costs associated with the designing, development, deployment, and high complexity in developing usable image from the reflected microwaves is expected to be the major factor hampering the overall business growth. Requirement of large space and heavy weight of the systems, in conjunction with the necessity of support systems is expected to restrain the growth of the SAR in space sector market share.

R&D activities to reduce the size and weight of the overall systems is expected to remain the prime focus of the industry participants. For instance, in January 2018, Iceye deployed its first micro-SAR satellite in the orbit with the ability to generate two and three-dimensional images for different applications. Such technological innovations are expected to present strong growth platform for the SAR in space sector from 2018 to 2024.

Single frequency band is expected to continue its dominance in the global SAR in space sector market share. High utilization of single frequencies for appropriate missions, specifically for military surveillance and reconnaissance will drive the segment growth. In 2017, X band synthetic aperture radar dominated the single frequency band. This can be credited to its extensive applications in military surveillance, geographical mapping and reconnaissance.
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