Frost & Sullivan Analyzes Hypersonic Technology Development in the United States

The Department of Defense (DoD) market spending on hypersonic development is expected to increase. sink $ 2.82 billion by 2025

SANTA CLARA, California., June 8, 2021 / PRNewswire / – Frost & Sullivan’s latest analysis, too Development of hypersonic technology within The United States notes that the US opposing world powers’ possession of hypersonic missiles accelerates the nation’s efforts to expand away from advanced hypersonic weapons. Since 2016, the Department of Defense (DoD) spending on hypersonic capabilities has increased ten-fold, from $ 350 million to $ 3.8 billion in 2020. By 2025 it is expected to be on $ 2.82 billionwith the Air Force and Navy leading in investment, followed by the Army. These hypersonic offensive and defensive weapons and platforms are expected to significantly transform the country’s tactical and strategic military operations because of their speed, accuracy and maneuverability.

Frost & Sullivan analyzes hypersonic technology developments in the USA

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“The increased speed of hypersonic boost glide weapons will destroy current radar capabilities for early detection. As hypersonic missiles and airplanes become more common, defense against them must remain a priority, “said John Hernandez, Principal Research Analyst, Aerospace and Defense at Frost & Sullivan. “In line with this goal, DoD funding for hypersonic technology is expected to remain stable.”

Hernandez added: “Further examination of the various segments of hypersonic development in defense shows that most of the planned spending is for advanced development programsfollowed by management support and basic / applied research. “

Market participants should focus on the following in order to open up lucrative growth prospects:

  • Acquisitions, Mergers and Partnerships: Evaluate existing design reviews and prototypes to develop strategies to identify potential partners, acquisitions or mergers to meet demand once actual production begins

  • Against hypersonic: Provide a comprehensive solution that can counter a single or swarm of hypersonic missiles by effectively inerting them or repelling them completely.

  • Detection and Tracking (DT): Companies with DT capabilities should consider partnering with satellite companies or entering into agreements that incorporate advanced sensors.

  • Drive for hypersonic: Connectivity during hypersonic flight poses another challenge for developers and offers communication companies an opportunity to enter the market.

  • Size, weight and performance (SWaP): Traditional missile manufacturers need to immediately start developing smaller systems that can be integrated into various military aircraft and surface vessels.

The speed, accuracy and maneuverability of hypersonic weapons will fundamentally change the nature of warfare is the newest addition to Frost & Sullivans Aerospace & Defense Research and analysis available through the Frost & Sullivan Leadership Council to help companies identify continued growth opportunities in order to thrive in an unpredictable future.

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