Remote weapons stations, or remote-controlled weapons stations, are remotely operated systems that are often equipped with a fire-control system and medium-caliber weapons. As the military arena changes and develops, the use of remote services and stations becomes more and more important.
The remote weapons stations market is expected to grow by a CAGR of 3.30% between 2019 and 2029
GlobalData’s The Global Remote Weapons Stations Market 2019-2029 explored a detailed analysis of the industry, including market size forecasts between 2019 and 2029. Understand the factors influencing the market including challenges faced by industry participants. Mali is an example of an area where technology has been employed successfully to keep the peace. ISR is also used to monitor areas and if needed, engage targets.
Countries such as France, Belgium, the UK, and the US are developing systems for expeditionary operations that can be easily transported across the world. Any forces developed need to be able to survive enemy territory, have increased speed, and employ sufficient firepower.
Key highlights of this report include:
- There are 5 main categories in the remote weapons stations market: RWS Heavy 20-35 ATGM, RWS Medium, RWS Heavy 20-35, RWS Heavy 40-50 ATGM, RWS Medium ATGM, RWS Light, RWS Heavy 40-50 and RWS Heavy
- Europe will dominate the sector, followed by North America, led by the RWS Medium segment with a share of 42.5%
- Key details about major programs in each segment expected to be executed between 2019 and 2029
- An overview of remote weapons stations developments and industry challenges, as well as insights into changing preferences and needs
Channelize resources after identifying key trends and unmet needs. Determine prospective investment areas based on a detailed trend analysis of the remote weapons stations market.
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