Global Electronic Warfare Market Insights, Growth, Share, Size: By Component, By Platform, By Offering, By Region & Segmental Forecast, 2024-2034, Comparative Analysis and Trends

  • Industry: Aerospace & Defense
  • Report ID: TNR-110-1075
  • Number of Pages: 420
  • Table/Charts : Yes
  • April, 2024
  • Base Year : 2024
  • No. of Companies : 10+
  • No. of Countries : 29
  • Views : 10060
  • Covid Impact Covered: Yes
  • War Impact Covered: Yes
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Global Electronic Warfare Market Insights, Growth, Share, Size: By Component, By Platform, By Offering, By Region & Segmental Forecast, 2024-2034, Comparative Analysis and Trends

Global Electronic Warfare Market was Valued at US$ 10.8 Bn in 2023, Growing at an Estimated CAGR of 13.6% During 2024 – 2034.

 

Electronic Warfare (EW) involves the use of electromagnetic spectrum (EMS) to control the spectrum, attack an enemy, or impede enemy assaults via the spectrum. EW can be employed from air, sea, land, and space by manned and unmanned systems, and can target humans, communication systems, radars, or other assets. It is a crucial component of modern warfare, providing capabilities for reconnaissance and electronic countermeasures.

The global electronic warfare market is experiencing significant growth driven by technological advancements, increasing threats from electronic warfare, and military modernization programs. Technological progress has led to the development of sophisticated EW systems capable of countering evolving threats, while the escalating use of electronic warfare by adversaries has heightened the demand for advanced EW solutions. Additionally, countries are focusing on modernizing their military capabilities, including upgrading their EW systems, to maintain a competitive edge in the defense landscape. However, the market faces challenges such as high costs associated with development and deployment, technological complexity, regulatory constraints, and cybersecurity concerns. Despite these challenges, there are opportunities for growth in the rapid adoption of unmanned systems, demand for software-defined EW systems, collaborative development programs, and emerging markets.

Global Electronic Warfare Market Component Outlook

Electronic Attack (EA): It involves using electromagnetic energy, directed energy, or anti-radiation weapons to attack enemy assets such as communication systems, radars, and electronic warfare systems. For example, The United States employs EA capabilities extensively across its military branches. For instance, the U.S. Navy’s EA-18G Growler aircraft is designed for electronic attack missions, providing a vital capability to disrupt and degrade enemy electronic systems.

Electronic Protection (EP): It involves implementing measures to protect friendly electronic systems from enemy attacks, interference, or detection.  For example, Israel’s military forces employ advanced electronic protection measures to safeguard their communication and radar systems against potential threats in the region.

Electronic Support (ES): Actions to search for, intercept, identify, and locate sources of radiated electromagnetic energy for threat recognition and intelligence gathering is been catered under electronic support. Electronic support category accounted for a major market share in the global electronic warfare market in 2023. Russia’s military employs advanced ES capabilities, utilizing SIGINT equipment to intercept and analyze foreign military communications, providing valuable intelligence for strategic planning.

Mission Support: It involves the logistical and operational support necessary for effective EW operations, including planning, coordination, and intelligence analysis. The mission support segment plays a crucial role in enhancing the effectiveness of EW operations. For instance, United Kingdom’s Royal Air Force (RAF) employs comprehensive mission support systems and training programs to ensure its personnel are well-equipped and trained for EW missions.

In 2023, the electronic warfare market experienced significant growth, driven by advancements in various devices and systems. This category includes various hardware and systems essential for conducting electronic warfare operations, such as radars, jammers, antennas, and integrated electronic warfare suites. One of the primary reasons for the significant market share is the increasing investment by countries in modernizing their military capabilities to address emerging threats in electronic warfare environments. As potential adversaries continue to develop and deploy advanced electronic warfare systems, there is a growing need for countries to upgrade their EW equipment to maintain a competitive edge on the battlefield. Countries like the United States, Russia, China, and European nations have been at the forefront of investing in advanced electronic warfare equipment. For instance, the U.S. Department of Defense has been allocating significant budgets for the development and procurement of next-generation EW systems, including advanced jammers, radar systems, and integrated EW suites, to ensure superiority in electronic warfare capabilities.

Additionally, the integration of advanced technologies such as artificial intelligence (AI), machine learning, and quantum computing into electronic warfare equipment has also contributed to the growth of the equipment category in the global electronic warfare market. These technologies enable more sophisticated and autonomous EW operations, enhancing the effectiveness and efficiency of electronic warfare systems in detecting, identifying, and countering electronic threats.

In 2023, North America, led by the United States, continued to dominate the global electronic warfare market, accounting for a significant share of ~43.7%. North America’s robust demand for advanced EW capabilities contributed significantly to this market size. The United States Department of Defense (DoD) allocated an impressive budget exceeding USD 10 billion for EW-related initiatives in 2023. This substantial investment underscored the region’s strategic focus on maintaining technological superiority in the face of evolving electronic threats. Furthermore, North America’s leadership in EW was reinforced by its technological advancements, operational requirements, and collaborative partnerships, positioning the region as a key player in shaping the future of electronic warfare market on the global stage.

Competitive Landscape: Global Electronic Warfare Market

  • BAE Systems plc
  • Elbit Systems Ltd.
  • General Dynamics Corporation
  • HENSOLDT
  • Israel Aerospace Industries Ltd.
  • L3Harris Technologies Inc.
  • Leonardo SpA
  • Lockheed Martin Corporation
  • Northrop Grumman Corporation
  • Raytheon Technologies Corporation
  • SAAB AB
  • Thales Group
  • Other Market Participants

Global Electronic Warfare Market

Report Specifications Details
Market Revenue in 2023 US$ 10.8 Bn
Market Size Forecast by 2034 US$ 22.7 Bn
Growth Rate (CAGR) 13.6%
Historic Data 2016 – 2022
Base Year for Estimation 2023
Forecast Period 2024 – 2034
Report Inclusions Market Size & Estimates, Market Dynamics, Competitive Scenario, Trends, Growth Factors, Market Determinants, Key Investment Segmentation, Product/Service/Solutions Benchmarking
Segments Covered By Component, By Platform, By Offering
Regions Covered North America, Europe, Asia Pacific, Middle East & Africa, Latin America
Countries Covered U.S., Canada, Mexico, Rest of North America,  France, The UK, Spain, Germany, Italy, Nordic Countries (Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Sweden, Norway), Benelux Union (Belgium, The Netherlands, Luxembourg), Rest of Europe,  China, Japan, India, New Zealand, Australia, South Korea, Southeast Asia (Indonesia, Thailand, Malaysia, Singapore, Rest of Southeast Asia), Rest of Asia Pacific,  Saudi Arabia, UAE, Egypt, Kuwait, South Africa, Rest of Middle East & Africa,  Brazil, Argentina, Rest of Latin America
Key Players BAE Systems plc, Elbit Systems Ltd., General Dynamics Corporation, HENSOLDT, Israel Aerospace Industries Ltd., L3Harris Technologies Inc., Leonardo SpA, Lockheed Martin Corporation, Northrop Grumman Corporation, Raytheon Technologies Corporation, SAAB AB, Thales Group, Other Market Participants
Customization Scope Customization allows for the inclusion/modification of content pertaining to geographical regions, countries, and specific market segments.
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 Global Electronic Warfare Market Scope

By Component

  • Electronic Attack
  • Electronic Protection
  • Electronic Support
  • Mission Support

By Platform

  • Ground-Based
  • Naval
  • Air Based
  • Cyber

By Offering

  • Solutions
  • Devices/Systems
    • Advanced Threat Infrared Countermeasures (ATIRCM)
    • Antennas / Antenna Arrays
    • Anti-Jam Electronic Protection Systems
    • Anti-Radiation Missiles (ARM)
    • Common Missile Warning Systems (CMWS)
    • Countermeasures Dispenser Systems (CMDS)
    • Digital Electronic Warfare Systems (DEWS)
    • Directed Energy Weapons
    • Directional Infrared Countermeasures (DIRCM)
    • Electronic Warfare Self-Protection (EWSP) Suites
    • Electromagnetic Shielding / Hardening
    • Emissions Control (EMCON) Systems
    • Geospatial Location and Exploitation Systems
    • Identification Friend or Foe (IFF) Systems
    • Infrared (IR) Missile Warning System
    • Passive Active Warning Survivability Systems
    • Radar Warning Receiver (RWR) / Laser Warning Receiver (LWR)
    • Radio Frequency Countermeasures (RFCM)
    • Resilience-in-Depth Cyber Systems
    • Signal Jammers
    • Others

By Region

  • North America (U.S., Canada, Mexico, Rest of North America)
  • Europe (France, The UK, Spain, Germany, Italy, Nordic Countries (Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Sweden, Norway), Benelux Union (Belgium, The Netherlands, Luxembourg), Rest of Europe)
  • Asia Pacific (China, Japan, India, New Zealand, Australia, South Korea, Southeast Asia (Indonesia, Thailand, Malaysia, Singapore, Rest of Southeast Asia), Rest of Asia Pacific)
  • Middle East & Africa (Saudi Arabia, UAE, Egypt, Kuwait, South Africa, Rest of Middle East & Africa)
  • Latin America (Brazil, Argentina, Rest of Latin America)

 Report Layout

 

Table of Contents

.

1.Market Scope
1.1.Market Segmentation

1.2.Years Considered
1.2.1.Historic Years: 2016 – 2022

1.2.2.Base Year: 2023

1.2.3.Forecast Years: 2024 – 2034

2.Key Target Audiences

3.Research Methodology
3.1.Primary Research
3.1.1.Research Questionnaire

3.1.2.Global Percentage Breakdown

3.1.3.Primary Interviews: Key Opinion Leaders (KOLs)

3.2.Secondary Research
3.2.1.Paid Databases

3.2.2.Secondary Sources

3.3.Market Size Estimates
3.3.1.Top-Down Approach

3.3.2.Bottom-Up Approach

3.4.Data Triangulation Methodology

3.5.Research Assumptions

4.Recommendations and Insights from TNR’s Perspective**

5.Holistic Overview of Electronic Warfare Market

6.Market Synopsis: Electronic Warfare Market

7.Electronic Warfare Market Analysis: Qualitative Perspective
7.1.Introduction
7.1.1.Product Definition

7.1.2.Industry Development

7.2.Market Dynamics
7.2.1.Drivers

7.2.2.Restraints

7.2.3.Opportunities

7.2.4.Challenges

7.3.Trends in Electronic Warfare Market

7.4.Market Determinants Radar Chart

7.5.Macro-Economic and Micro-Economic Indicators: Electronic Warfare Market

7.6.Industry Gross Margin Overview

7.7.Porter’s Five Force Analysis

7.8.Impact of Covid-19 on Electronic Warfare Market

7.9.PESTEL Analysis

7.10.Value Chain Analysis

7.11.Pricing Analysis, By Region (2023)
7.11.1.North America

7.11.2.Europe

7.11.3.Asia Pacific

7.11.4.Middle East and Africa

7.11.5.Latin America

8.Global Electronic Warfare Market Analysis and Forecasts, 2024 – 2034
8.1.Overview
8.1.1.Global Electronic Warfare Market Revenue (US$ Mn)

8.2.Global Electronic Warfare Market Revenue (US$ Mn) and Forecasts, By Component
8.2.1.Electronic Attack
8.2.1.1.Definition

8.2.1.2.Market Estimation and Penetration, 2016 – 2023

8.2.1.3.Market Forecast, 2024 – 2034

8.2.1.4.Compound Annual Growth Rate (CAGR)

8.2.1.5.Regional Bifurcation
8.2.1.5.1.North America
8.2.1.5.1.1.Market Estimation, 2016 – 2023

8.2.1.5.1.2.Market Forecast, 2024 – 2034

8.2.1.5.2.Europe
8.2.1.5.2.1.Market Estimation, 2016 – 2023

8.2.1.5.2.2.Market Forecast, 2024 – 2034

8.2.1.5.3.Asia Pacific
8.2.1.5.3.1.Market Estimation, 2016 – 2023

8.2.1.5.3.2.Market Forecast, 2024 – 2034

8.2.1.5.4.Middle East and Africa
8.2.1.5.4.1.Market Estimation, 2016 – 2023

8.2.1.5.4.2.Market Forecast, 2024 – 2034

8.2.1.5.5.Latin America
8.2.1.5.5.1.Market Estimation, 2016 – 2023

8.2.1.5.5.2.Market Forecast, 2024 – 2034

8.2.2.Electronic Protection
8.2.2.1.Definition

8.2.2.2.Market Estimation and Penetration, 2016 – 2023

8.2.2.3.Market Forecast, 2024 – 2034

8.2.2.4.Compound Annual Growth Rate (CAGR)

8.2.2.5.Regional Bifurcation
8.2.2.5.1.North America
8.2.2.5.1.1.Market Estimation, 2016 – 2023

8.2.2.5.1.2.Market Forecast, 2024 – 2034

8.2.2.5.2.Europe
8.2.2.5.2.1.Market Estimation, 2016 – 2023

8.2.2.5.2.2.Market Forecast, 2024 – 2034

8.2.2.5.3.Asia Pacific
8.2.2.5.3.1.Market Estimation, 2016 – 2023

8.2.2.5.3.2.Market Forecast, 2024 – 2034

8.2.2.5.4.Middle East and Africa
8.2.2.5.4.1.Market Estimation, 2016 – 2023

8.2.2.5.4.2.Market Forecast, 2024 – 2034

8.2.2.5.5.Latin America
8.2.2.5.5.1.Market Estimation, 2016 – 2023

8.2.2.5.5.2.Market Forecast, 2024 – 2034

8.2.3.Electronic Support
8.2.3.1.Definition

8.2.3.2.Market Estimation and Penetration, 2016 – 2023

8.2.3.3.Market Forecast, 2024 – 2034

8.2.3.4.Compound Annual Growth Rate (CAGR)

8.2.3.5.Regional Bifurcation
8.2.3.5.1.North America
8.2.3.5.1.1.Market Estimation, 2016 – 2023

8.2.3.5.1.2.Market Forecast, 2024 – 2034

8.2.3.5.2.Europe
8.2.3.5.2.1.Market Estimation, 2016 – 2023

8.2.3.5.2.2.Market Forecast, 2024 – 2034

8.2.3.5.3.Asia Pacific
8.2.3.5.3.1.Market Estimation, 2016 – 2023

8.2.3.5.3.2.Market Forecast, 2024 – 2034

8.2.3.5.4.Middle East and Africa
8.2.3.5.4.1.Market Estimation, 2016 – 2023

8.2.3.5.4.2.Market Forecast, 2024 – 2034

8.2.3.5.5.Latin America
8.2.3.5.5.1.Market Estimation, 2016 – 2023

8.2.3.5.5.2.Market Forecast, 2024 – 2034

8.2.4.Mission Support
8.2.4.1.Definition

8.2.4.2.Market Estimation and Penetration, 2016 – 2023

8.2.4.3.Market Forecast, 2024 – 2034

8.2.4.4.Compound Annual Growth Rate (CAGR)

8.2.4.5.Regional Bifurcation
8.2.4.5.1.North America
8.2.4.5.1.1.Market Estimation, 2016 – 2023

8.2.4.5.1.2.Market Forecast, 2024 – 2034

8.2.4.5.2.Europe
8.2.4.5.2.1.Market Estimation, 2016 – 2023

8.2.4.5.2.2.Market Forecast, 2024 – 2034

8.2.4.5.3.Asia Pacific
8.2.4.5.3.1.Market Estimation, 2016 – 2023

8.2.4.5.3.2.Market Forecast, 2024 – 2034

8.2.4.5.4.Middle East and Africa
8.2.4.5.4.1.Market Estimation, 2016 – 2023

8.2.4.5.4.2.Market Forecast, 2024 – 2034

8.2.4.5.5.Latin America
8.2.4.5.5.1.Market Estimation, 2016 – 2023

8.2.4.5.5.2.Market Forecast, 2024 – 2034

8.3.Key Segment for Channeling Investments
8.3.1.By Component

9.Global Electronic Warfare Market Analysis and Forecasts, 2024 – 2034
9.1.Overview

9.2.Global Electronic Warfare Market Revenue (US$ Mn) and Forecasts, By Platform
9.2.1.Ground-Based
9.2.1.1.Definition

9.2.1.2.Market Estimation and Penetration, 2016 – 2023

9.2.1.3.Market Forecast, 2024 – 2034

9.2.1.4.Compound Annual Growth Rate (CAGR)

9.2.1.5.Regional Bifurcation
9.2.1.5.1.North America
9.2.1.5.1.1.Market Estimation, 2016 – 2023

9.2.1.5.1.2.Market Forecast, 2024 – 2034

9.2.1.5.2.Europe
9.2.1.5.2.1.Market Estimation, 2016 – 2023

9.2.1.5.2.2.Market Forecast, 2024 – 2034

9.2.1.5.3.Asia Pacific
9.2.1.5.3.1.Market Estimation, 2016 – 2023

9.2.1.5.3.2.Market Forecast, 2024 – 2034

9.2.1.5.4.Middle East and Africa
9.2.1.5.4.1.Market Estimation, 2016 – 2023

9.2.1.5.4.2.Market Forecast, 2024 – 2034

9.2.1.5.5.Latin America
9.2.1.5.5.1.Market Estimation, 2016 – 2023

9.2.1.5.5.2.Market Forecast, 2024 – 2034

9.2.2.Naval
9.2.2.1.Definition

9.2.2.2.Market Estimation and Penetration, 2016 – 2023

9.2.2.3.Market Forecast, 2024 – 2034

9.2.2.4.Compound Annual Growth Rate (CAGR)

9.2.2.5.Regional Bifurcation
9.2.2.5.1.North America
9.2.2.5.1.1.Market Estimation, 2016 – 2023

9.2.2.5.1.2.Market Forecast, 2024 – 2034

9.2.2.5.2.Europe
9.2.2.5.2.1.Market Estimation, 2016 – 2023

9.2.2.5.2.2.Market Forecast, 2024 – 2034

9.2.2.5.3.Asia Pacific
9.2.2.5.3.1.Market Estimation, 2016 – 2023

9.2.2.5.3.2.Market Forecast, 2024 – 2034

9.2.2.5.4.Middle East and Africa
9.2.2.5.4.1.Market Estimation, 2016 – 2023

9.2.2.5.4.2.Market Forecast, 2024 – 2034

9.2.2.5.5.Latin America
9.2.2.5.5.1.Market Estimation, 2016 – 2023

9.2.2.5.5.2.Market Forecast, 2024 – 2034

9.2.3.Air Based
9.2.3.1.Definition

9.2.3.2.Market Estimation and Penetration, 2016 – 2023

9.2.3.3.Market Forecast, 2024 – 2034

9.2.3.4.Compound Annual Growth Rate (CAGR)

9.2.3.5.Regional Bifurcation
9.2.3.5.1.North America
9.2.3.5.1.1.Market Estimation, 2016 – 2023

9.2.3.5.1.2.Market Forecast, 2024 – 2034

9.2.3.5.2.Europe
9.2.3.5.2.1.Market Estimation, 2016 – 2023

9.2.3.5.2.2.Market Forecast, 2024 – 2034

9.2.3.5.3.Asia Pacific
9.2.3.5.3.1.Market Estimation, 2016 – 2023

9.2.3.5.3.2.Market Forecast, 2024 – 2034

9.2.3.5.4.Middle East and Africa
9.2.3.5.4.1.Market Estimation, 2016 – 2023

9.2.3.5.4.2.Market Forecast, 2024 – 2034

9.2.3.5.5.Latin America
9.2.3.5.5.1.Market Estimation, 2016 – 2023

9.2.3.5.5.2.Market Forecast, 2024 – 2034

9.2.4.Cyber
9.2.4.1.Definition

9.2.4.2.Market Estimation and Penetration, 2016 – 2023

9.2.4.3.Market Forecast, 2024 – 2034

9.2.4.4.Compound Annual Growth Rate (CAGR)

9.2.4.5.Regional Bifurcation
9.2.4.5.1.North America
9.2.4.5.1.1.Market Estimation, 2016 – 2023

9.2.4.5.1.2.Market Forecast, 2024 – 2034

9.2.4.5.2.Europe
9.2.4.5.2.1.Market Estimation, 2016 – 2023

9.2.4.5.2.2.Market Forecast, 2024 – 2034

9.2.4.5.3.Asia Pacific
9.2.4.5.3.1.Market Estimation, 2016 – 2023

9.2.4.5.3.2.Market Forecast, 2024 – 2034

9.2.4.5.4.Middle East and Africa
9.2.4.5.4.1.Market Estimation, 2016 – 2023

9.2.4.5.4.2.Market Forecast, 2024 – 2034

9.2.4.5.5.Latin America
9.2.4.5.5.1.Market Estimation, 2016 – 2023

9.2.4.5.5.2.Market Forecast, 2024 – 2034

9.3.Key Segment for Channeling Investments
9.3.1.By Platform

10.Global Electronic Warfare Market Analysis and Forecasts, 2024 – 2034
10.1.Overview

10.2.Global Electronic Warfare Market Revenue (US$ Mn) and Forecasts, By Offering
10.2.1.Solutions
10.2.1.1.Definition

10.2.1.2.Market Estimation and Penetration, 2016 – 2023

10.2.1.3.Market Forecast, 2024 – 2034

10.2.1.4.Compound Annual Growth Rate (CAGR)

10.2.1.5.Regional Bifurcation
10.2.1.5.1.North America
10.2.1.5.1.1.Market Estimation, 2016 – 2023

10.2.1.5.1.2.Market Forecast, 2024 – 2034

10.2.1.5.2.Europe
10.2.1.5.2.1.Market Estimation, 2016 – 2023

10.2.1.5.2.2.Market Forecast, 2024 – 2034

10.2.1.5.3.Asia Pacific
10.2.1.5.3.1.Market Estimation, 2016 – 2023

10.2.1.5.3.2.Market Forecast, 2024 – 2034

10.2.1.5.4.Middle East and Africa
10.2.1.5.4.1.Market Estimation, 2016 – 2023

10.2.1.5.4.2.Market Forecast, 2024 – 2034

10.2.1.5.5.Latin America
10.2.1.5.5.1.Market Estimation, 2016 – 2023

10.2.1.5.5.2.Market Forecast, 2024 – 2034

10.2.2.Devices/Systems (Definition, Market Estimation and Penetration, 2016 – 2023, Market Estimation (2016 – 2023), Market Forecast (2024 – 2034), Compound Annual Growth Rate (CAGR), Regional Bifurcation (North America, Europe, Asia Pacific, Middle East and Africa, Latin America) and Information on Advanced Threat Infrared Countermeasures (ATIRCM), Antennas / Antenna Arrays, Anti-Jam Electronic Protection Systems, Anti-Radiation Missiles (ARM), Common Missile Warning Systems (CMWS), Countermeasures Dispenser Systems (CMDS), Digital Electronic Warfare Systems (DEWS), Directed Energy Weapons, Directional Infrared Countermeasures (DIRCM), Electronic Warfare Self-Protection (EWSP) Suites, Electromagnetic Shielding / Hardening, Emissions Control (EMCON) Systems, Geospatial Location and Exploitation Systems, Identification Friend or Foe (IFF) Systems, Infrared (IR) Missile Warning System, Passive Active Warning Survivability Systems, Radar Warning Receiver (RWR) / Laser Warning Receiver (LWR), Radio Frequency Countermeasures (RFCM), Resilience-in-Depth Cyber Systems, Signal Jammers, Others)
10.2.2.1.Advanced Threat Infrared Countermeasures (ATIRCM)

10.2.2.2.Antennas / Antenna Arrays

10.2.2.3.Anti-Jam Electronic Protection Systems

10.2.2.4.Anti-Radiation Missiles (ARM)

10.2.2.5.Common Missile Warning Systems (CMWS)

10.2.2.6.Countermeasures Dispenser Systems (CMDS)

10.2.2.7.Digital Electronic Warfare Systems (DEWS)

10.2.2.8.Directed Energy Weapons

10.2.2.9.Directional Infrared Countermeasures (DIRCM)

10.2.2.10.Electronic Warfare Self-Protection (EWSP) Suites

10.2.2.11.Electromagnetic Shielding / Hardening

10.2.2.12.Emissions Control (EMCON) Systems

10.2.2.13.Geospatial Location and Exploitation Systems

10.2.2.14.Identification Friend or Foe (IFF) Systems

10.2.2.15.Infrared (IR) Missile Warning System

10.2.2.16.Passive Active Warning Survivability Systems

10.2.2.17.Radar Warning Receiver (RWR) / Laser Warning Receiver (LWR)

10.2.2.18.Radio Frequency Countermeasures (RFCM)

10.2.2.19.Resilience-in-Depth Cyber Systems

10.2.2.20.Signal Jammers

10.2.2.21.Others

10.3.Key Segment for Channeling Investments
10.3.1.By Offering

11.North America Electronic Warfare Market Analysis and Forecasts, 2024 – 2034
11.1.Overview
11.1.1.North America Electronic Warfare Market Revenue (US$ Mn)

11.2.North America Electronic Warfare Market Revenue (US$ Mn) and Forecasts, By Component
11.2.1.Electronic Attack

11.2.2.Electronic Protection

11.2.3.Electronic Support

11.2.4.Mission Support

11.3.North America Electronic Warfare Market Revenue (US$ Mn) and Forecasts, By Platform
11.3.1.Ground-Based

11.3.2.Naval

11.3.3.Air Based

11.3.4.Cyber

11.4.North America Electronic Warfare Market Revenue (US$ Mn) and Forecasts, By Offering
11.4.1.Solutions

11.4.2.Devices/Systems
11.4.2.1.Advanced Threat Infrared Countermeasures (ATIRCM)

11.4.2.2.Antennas / Antenna Arrays

11.4.2.3.Anti-Jam Electronic Protection Systems

11.4.2.4.Anti-Radiation Missiles (ARM)

11.4.2.5.Common Missile Warning Systems (CMWS)

11.4.2.6.Countermeasures Dispenser Systems (CMDS)

11.4.2.7.Digital Electronic Warfare Systems (DEWS)

11.4.2.8.Directed Energy Weapons

11.4.2.9.Directional Infrared Countermeasures (DIRCM)

11.4.2.10.Electronic Warfare Self-Protection (EWSP) Suites

11.4.2.11.Electromagnetic Shielding / Hardening

11.4.2.12.Emissions Control (EMCON) Systems

11.4.2.13.Geospatial Location and Exploitation Systems

11.4.2.14.Identification Friend or Foe (IFF) Systems

11.4.2.15.Infrared (IR) Missile Warning System

11.4.2.16.Passive Active Warning Survivability Systems

11.4.2.17.Radar Warning Receiver (RWR) / Laser Warning Receiver (LWR)

11.4.2.18.Radio Frequency Countermeasures (RFCM)

11.4.2.19.Resilience-in-Depth Cyber Systems

11.4.2.20.Signal Jammers

11.4.2.21.Others

11.5.North America Electronic Warfare Market Revenue (US$ Mn) and Forecasts, By Country
11.5.1.U.S
11.5.1.1.U.S Electronic Warfare Market Revenue (US$ Mn) and Forecasts, By Component
11.5.1.1.1.Electronic Attack

11.5.1.1.2.Electronic Protection

11.5.1.1.3.Electronic Support

11.5.1.1.4.Mission Support

11.5.1.2.U.S Electronic Warfare Market Revenue (US$ Mn) and Forecasts, By Platform
11.5.1.2.1.Ground-Based

11.5.1.2.2.Naval

11.5.1.2.3.Air Based

11.5.1.2.4.Cyber

11.5.1.3.U.S Electronic Warfare Market Revenue (US$ Mn) and Forecasts, By Offering
11.5.1.3.1.Solutions

11.5.1.3.2.Devices/Systems
11.5.1.3.2.1.Advanced Threat Infrared Countermeasures (ATIRCM)

11.5.1.3.2.2.Antennas / Antenna Arrays

11.5.1.3.2.3.Anti-Jam Electronic Protection Systems

11.5.1.3.2.4.Anti-Radiation Missiles (ARM)

11.5.1.3.2.5.Common Missile Warning Systems (CMWS)

11.5.1.3.2.6.Countermeasures Dispenser Systems (CMDS)

11.5.1.3.2.7.Digital Electronic Warfare Systems (DEWS)

11.5.1.3.2.8.Directed Energy Weapons

11.5.1.3.2.9.Directional Infrared Countermeasures (DIRCM)

11.5.1.3.2.10.Electronic Warfare Self-Protection (EWSP) Suites

11.5.1.3.2.11.Electromagnetic Shielding / Hardening

11.5.1.3.2.12.Emissions Control (EMCON) Systems

11.5.1.3.2.13.Geospatial Location and Exploitation Systems

11.5.1.3.2.14.Identification Friend or Foe (IFF) Systems

11.5.1.3.2.15.Infrared (IR) Missile Warning System

11.5.1.3.2.16.Passive Active Warning Survivability Systems

11.5.1.3.2.17.Radar Warning Receiver (RWR) / Laser Warning Receiver (LWR)

11.5.1.3.2.18.Radio Frequency Countermeasures (RFCM)

11.5.1.3.2.19.Resilience-in-Depth Cyber Systems

11.5.1.3.2.20.Signal Jammers

11.5.1.3.2.21.Others

11.5.2.Canada
11.5.2.1.Canada Electronic Warfare Market Revenue (US$ Mn) and Forecasts, By Component
11.5.2.1.1.Electronic Attack

11.5.2.1.2.Electronic Protection

11.5.2.1.3.Electronic Support

11.5.2.1.4.Mission Support

11.5.2.2.Canada Electronic Warfare Market Revenue (US$ Mn) and Forecasts, By Platform
11.5.2.2.1.Ground-Based

11.5.2.2.2.Naval

11.5.2.2.3.Air Based

11.5.2.2.4.Cyber

11.5.2.3.Canada Electronic Warfare Market Revenue (US$ Mn) and Forecasts, By Offering
11.5.2.3.1.Solutions

11.5.2.3.2.Devices/Systems
11.5.2.3.2.1.Advanced Threat Infrared Countermeasures (ATIRCM)

11.5.2.3.2.2.Antennas / Antenna Arrays

11.5.2.3.2.3.Anti-Jam Electronic Protection Systems

11.5.2.3.2.4.Anti-Radiation Missiles (ARM)

11.5.2.3.2.5.Common Missile Warning Systems (CMWS)

11.5.2.3.2.6.Countermeasures Dispenser Systems (CMDS)

11.5.2.3.2.7.Digital Electronic Warfare Systems (DEWS)

11.5.2.3.2.8.Directed Energy Weapons

11.5.2.3.2.9.Directional Infrared Countermeasures (DIRCM)

11.5.2.3.2.10.Electronic Warfare Self-Protection (EWSP) Suites

11.5.2.3.2.11.Electromagnetic Shielding / Hardening

11.5.2.3.2.12.Emissions Control (EMCON) Systems

11.5.2.3.2.13.Geospatial Location and Exploitation Systems

11.5.2.3.2.14.Identification Friend or Foe (IFF) Systems

11.5.2.3.2.15.Infrared (IR) Missile Warning System

11.5.2.3.2.16.Passive Active Warning Survivability Systems

11.5.2.3.2.17.Radar Warning Receiver (RWR) / Laser Warning Receiver (LWR)

11.5.2.3.2.18.Radio Frequency Countermeasures (RFCM)

11.5.2.3.2.19.Resilience-in-Depth Cyber Systems

11.5.2.3.2.20.Signal Jammers

11.5.2.3.2.21.Others

11.5.3.Mexico
11.5.3.1.Mexico Electronic Warfare Market Revenue (US$ Mn) and Forecasts, By Component
11.5.3.1.1.Electronic Attack

11.5.3.1.2.Electronic Protection

11.5.3.1.3.Electronic Support

11.5.3.1.4.Mission Support

11.5.3.2.Mexico Electronic Warfare Market Revenue (US$ Mn) and Forecasts, By Platform
11.5.3.2.1.Ground-Based

11.5.3.2.2.Naval

11.5.3.2.3.Air Based

11.5.3.2.4.Cyber

11.5.3.3.Mexico Electronic Warfare Market Revenue (US$ Mn) and Forecasts, By Offering
11.5.3.3.1.Solutions

11.5.3.3.2.Devices/Systems
11.5.3.3.2.1.Advanced Threat Infrared Countermeasures (ATIRCM)

11.5.3.3.2.2.Antennas / Antenna Arrays

11.5.3.3.2.3.Anti-Jam Electronic Protection Systems

11.5.3.3.2.4.Anti-Radiation Missiles (ARM)

11.5.3.3.2.5.Common Missile Warning Systems (CMWS)

11.5.3.3.2.6.Countermeasures Dispenser Systems (CMDS)

11.5.3.3.2.7.Digital Electronic Warfare Systems (DEWS)

11.5.3.3.2.8.Directed Energy Weapons

11.5.3.3.2.9.Directional Infrared Countermeasures (DIRCM)

11.5.3.3.2.10.Electronic Warfare Self-Protection (EWSP) Suites

11.5.3.3.2.11.Electromagnetic Shielding / Hardening

11.5.3.3.2.12.Emissions Control (EMCON) Systems

11.5.3.3.2.13.Geospatial Location and Exploitation Systems

11.5.3.3.2.14.Identification Friend or Foe (IFF) Systems

11.5.3.3.2.15.Infrared (IR) Missile Warning System

11.5.3.3.2.16.Passive Active Warning Survivability Systems

11.5.3.3.2.17.Radar Warning Receiver (RWR) / Laser Warning Receiver (LWR)

11.5.3.3.2.18.Radio Frequency Countermeasures (RFCM)

11.5.3.3.2.19.Resilience-in-Depth Cyber Systems

11.5.3.3.2.20.Signal Jammers

11.5.3.3.2.21.Others

11.5.4.Rest of North America
11.5.4.1.Rest of North America Electronic Warfare Market Revenue (US$ Mn) and Forecasts, By Component
11.5.4.1.1.Electronic Attack

11.5.4.1.2.Electronic Protection

11.5.4.1.3.Electronic Support

11.5.4.1.4.Mission Support

11.5.4.2.Rest of North America Electronic Warfare Market Revenue (US$ Mn) and Forecasts, By Platform
11.5.4.2.1.Ground-Based

11.5.4.2.2.Naval

11.5.4.2.3.Air Based

11.5.4.2.4.Cyber

11.5.4.3.Rest of North America Electronic Warfare Market Revenue (US$ Mn) and Forecasts, By Offering
11.5.4.3.1.Solutions

11.5.4.3.2.Devices/Systems
11.5.4.3.2.1.Advanced Threat Infrared Countermeasures (ATIRCM)

11.5.4.3.2.2.Antennas / Antenna Arrays

11.5.4.3.2.3.Anti-Jam Electronic Protection Systems

11.5.4.3.2.4.Anti-Radiation Missiles (ARM)

11.5.4.3.2.5.Common Missile Warning Systems (CMWS)

11.5.4.3.2.6.Countermeasures Dispenser Systems (CMDS)

11.5.4.3.2.7.Digital Electronic Warfare Systems (DEWS)

11.5.4.3.2.8.Directed Energy Weapons

11.5.4.3.2.9.Directional Infrared Countermeasures (DIRCM)

11.5.4.3.2.10.Electronic Warfare Self-Protection (EWSP) Suites

11.5.4.3.2.11.Electromagnetic Shielding / Hardening

11.5.4.3.2.12.Emissions Control (EMCON) Systems

11.5.4.3.2.13.Geospatial Location and Exploitation Systems

11.5.4.3.2.14.Identification Friend or Foe (IFF) Systems

11.5.4.3.2.15.Infrared (IR) Missile Warning System

11.5.4.3.2.16.Passive Active Warning Survivability Systems

11.5.4.3.2.17.Radar Warning Receiver (RWR) / Laser Warning Receiver (LWR)

11.5.4.3.2.18.Radio Frequency Countermeasures (RFCM)

11.5.4.3.2.19.Resilience-in-Depth Cyber Systems

11.5.4.3.2.20.Signal Jammers

11.5.4.3.2.21.Others

11.6.Key Segment for Channeling Investments
11.6.1.By Country

11.6.2.By Component

11.6.3.By Platform

11.6.4.By Offering

12.Europe Electronic Warfare Market Analysis and Forecasts, 2024 – 2034
12.1.Overview
12.1.1.Europe Electronic Warfare Market Revenue (US$ Mn)

12.2.Europe Electronic Warfare Market Revenue (US$ Mn) and Forecasts, By Component
12.2.1.Electronic Attack

12.2.2.Electronic Protection

12.2.3.Electronic Support

12.2.4.Mission Support

12.3.Europe Electronic Warfare Market Revenue (US$ Mn) and Forecasts, By Platform
12.3.1.Ground-Based

12.3.2.Naval

12.3.3.Air Based

12.3.4.Cyber

12.4.Europe Electronic Warfare Market Revenue (US$ Mn) and Forecasts, By Offering
12.4.1.Solutions

12.4.2.Devices/Systems
12.4.2.1.Advanced Threat Infrared Countermeasures (ATIRCM)

12.4.2.2.Antennas / Antenna Arrays

12.4.2.3.Anti-Jam Electronic Protection Systems

12.4.2.4.Anti-Radiation Missiles (ARM)

12.4.2.5.Common Missile Warning Systems (CMWS)

12.4.2.6.Countermeasures Dispenser Systems (CMDS)

12.4.2.7.Digital Electronic Warfare Systems (DEWS)

12.4.2.8.Directed Energy Weapons

12.4.2.9.Directional Infrared Countermeasures (DIRCM)

12.4.2.10.Electronic Warfare Self-Protection (EWSP) Suites

12.4.2.11.Electromagnetic Shielding / Hardening

12.4.2.12.Emissions Control (EMCON) Systems

12.4.2.13.Geospatial Location and Exploitation Systems

12.4.2.14.Identification Friend or Foe (IFF) Systems

12.4.2.15.Infrared (IR) Missile Warning System

12.4.2.16.Passive Active Warning Survivability Systems

12.4.2.17.Radar Warning Receiver (RWR) / Laser Warning Receiver (LWR)

12.4.2.18.Radio Frequency Countermeasures (RFCM)

12.4.2.19.Resilience-in-Depth Cyber Systems

12.4.2.20.Signal Jammers

12.4.2.21.Others

12.5.Europe Electronic Warfare Market Revenue (US$ Mn) and Forecasts, By Country
12.5.1.France
12.5.1.1.France Electronic Warfare Market Revenue (US$ Mn) and Forecasts, By Component
12.5.1.1.1.Electronic Attack

12.5.1.1.2.Electronic Protection

12.5.1.1.3.Electronic Support

12.5.1.1.4.Mission Support

12.5.1.2.France Electronic Warfare Market Revenue (US$ Mn) and Forecasts, By Platform
12.5.1.2.1.Ground-Based

12.5.1.2.2.Naval

12.5.1.2.3.Air Based

12.5.1.2.4.Cyber

12.5.1.3.France Electronic Warfare Market Revenue (US$ Mn) and Forecasts, By Offering
12.5.1.3.1.Solutions

12.5.1.3.2.Devices/Systems
12.5.1.3.2.1.Advanced Threat Infrared Countermeasures (ATIRCM)

12.5.1.3.2.2.Antennas / Antenna Arrays

12.5.1.3.2.3.Anti-Jam Electronic Protection Systems

12.5.1.3.2.4.Anti-Radiation Missiles (ARM)

12.5.1.3.2.5.Common Missile Warning Systems (CMWS)

12.5.1.3.2.6.Countermeasures Dispenser Systems (CMDS)

12.5.1.3.2.7.Digital Electronic Warfare Systems (DEWS)

12.5.1.3.2.8.Directed Energy Weapons

12.5.1.3.2.9.Directional Infrared Countermeasures (DIRCM)

12.5.1.3.2.10.Electronic Warfare Self-Protection (EWSP) Suites

12.5.1.3.2.11.Electromagnetic Shielding / Hardening

12.5.1.3.2.12.Emissions Control (EMCON) Systems

12.5.1.3.2.13.Geospatial Location and Exploitation Systems

12.5.1.3.2.14.Identification Friend or Foe (IFF) Systems

12.5.1.3.2.15.Infrared (IR) Missile Warning System

12.5.1.3.2.16.Passive Active Warning Survivability Systems

12.5.1.3.2.17.Radar Warning Receiver (RWR) / Laser Warning Receiver (LWR)

12.5.1.3.2.18.Radio Frequency Countermeasures (RFCM)

12.5.1.3.2.19.Resilience-in-Depth Cyber Systems

12.5.1.3.2.20.Signal Jammers

12.5.1.3.2.21.Others

12.5.2.The UK
12.5.2.1.The UK Electronic Warfare Market Revenue (US$ Mn) and Forecasts, By Component
12.5.2.1.1.Electronic Attack

12.5.2.1.2.Electronic Protection

12.5.2.1.3.Electronic Support

12.5.2.1.4.Mission Support

12.5.2.2.The UK Electronic Warfare Market Revenue (US$ Mn) and Forecasts, By Platform
12.5.2.2.1.Ground-Based

12.5.2.2.2.Naval

12.5.2.2.3.Air Based

12.5.2.2.4.Cyber

12.5.2.3.The UK Electronic Warfare Market Revenue (US$ Mn) and Forecasts, By Offering
12.5.2.3.1.Solutions

12.5.2.3.2.Devices/Systems
12.5.2.3.2.1.Advanced Threat Infrared Countermeasures (ATIRCM)

12.5.2.3.2.2.Antennas / Antenna Arrays

12.5.2.3.2.3.Anti-Jam Electronic Protection Systems

12.5.2.3.2.4.Anti-Radiation Missiles (ARM)

12.5.2.3.2.5.Common Missile Warning Systems (CMWS)

12.5.2.3.2.6.Countermeasures Dispenser Systems (CMDS)

12.5.2.3.2.7.Digital Electronic Warfare Systems (DEWS)

12.5.2.3.2.8.Directed Energy Weapons

12.5.2.3.2.9.Directional Infrared Countermeasures (DIRCM)

12.5.2.3.2.10.Electronic Warfare Self-Protection (EWSP) Suites

12.5.2.3.2.11.Electromagnetic Shielding / Hardening

12.5.2.3.2.12.Emissions Control (EMCON) Systems

12.5.2.3.2.13.Geospatial Location and Exploitation Systems

12.5.2.3.2.14.Identification Friend or Foe (IFF) Systems

12.5.2.3.2.15.Infrared (IR) Missile Warning System

12.5.2.3.2.16.Passive Active Warning Survivability Systems

12.5.2.3.2.17.Radar Warning Receiver (RWR) / Laser Warning Receiver (LWR)

12.5.2.3.2.18.Radio Frequency Countermeasures (RFCM)

12.5.2.3.2.19.Resilience-in-Depth Cyber Systems

12.5.2.3.2.20.Signal Jammers

12.5.2.3.2.21.Others

12.5.3.Spain
12.5.3.1.Spain Electronic Warfare Market Revenue (US$ Mn) and Forecasts, By Component
12.5.3.1.1.Electronic Attack

12.5.3.1.2.Electronic Protection

12.5.3.1.3.Electronic Support

12.5.3.1.4.Mission Support

12.5.3.2.Spain Electronic Warfare Market Revenue (US$ Mn) and Forecasts, By Platform
12.5.3.2.1.Ground-Based

12.5.3.2.2.Naval

12.5.3.2.3.Air Based

12.5.3.2.4.Cyber

12.5.3.3.Spain Electronic Warfare Market Revenue (US$ Mn) and Forecasts, By Offering
12.5.3.3.1.Solutions

12.5.3.3.2.Devices/Systems
12.5.3.3.2.1.Advanced Threat Infrared Countermeasures (ATIRCM)

12.5.3.3.2.2.Antennas / Antenna Arrays

12.5.3.3.2.3.Anti-Jam Electronic Protection Systems

12.5.3.3.2.4.Anti-Radiation Missiles (ARM)

12.5.3.3.2.5.Common Missile Warning Systems (CMWS)

12.5.3.3.2.6.Countermeasures Dispenser Systems (CMDS)

12.5.3.3.2.7.Digital Electronic Warfare Systems (DEWS)

12.5.3.3.2.8.Directed Energy Weapons

12.5.3.3.2.9.Directional Infrared Countermeasures (DIRCM)

12.5.3.3.2.10.Electronic Warfare Self-Protection (EWSP) Suites

12.5.3.3.2.11.Electromagnetic Shielding / Hardening

12.5.3.3.2.12.Emissions Control (EMCON) Systems

12.5.3.3.2.13.Geospatial Location and Exploitation Systems

12.5.3.3.2.14.Identification Friend or Foe (IFF) Systems

12.5.3.3.2.15.Infrared (IR) Missile Warning System

12.5.3.3.2.16.Passive Active Warning Survivability Systems

12.5.3.3.2.17.Radar Warning Receiver (RWR) / Laser Warning Receiver (LWR)

12.5.3.3.2.18.Radio Frequency Countermeasures (RFCM)

12.5.3.3.2.19.Resilience-in-Depth Cyber Systems

12.5.3.3.2.20.Signal Jammers

12.5.3.3.2.21.Others

12.5.4.Germany
12.5.4.1.Germany Electronic Warfare Market Revenue (US$ Mn) and Forecasts, By Component
12.5.4.1.1.Electronic Attack

12.5.4.1.2.Electronic Protection

12.5.4.1.3.Electronic Support

12.5.4.1.4.Mission Support

12.5.4.2.Germany Electronic Warfare Market Revenue (US$ Mn) and Forecasts, By Platform
12.5.4.2.1.Ground-Based

12.5.4.2.2.Naval

12.5.4.2.3.Air Based

12.5.4.2.4.Cyber

12.5.4.3.Germany Electronic Warfare Market Revenue (US$ Mn) and Forecasts, By Offering
12.5.4.3.1.Solutions

12.5.4.3.2.Devices/Systems
12.5.4.3.2.1.Advanced Threat Infrared Countermeasures (ATIRCM)

12.5.4.3.2.2.Antennas / Antenna Arrays

12.5.4.3.2.3.Anti-Jam Electronic Protection Systems

12.5.4.3.2.4.Anti-Radiation Missiles (ARM)

12.5.4.3.2.5.Common Missile Warning Systems (CMWS)

12.5.4.3.2.6.Countermeasures Dispenser Systems (CMDS)

12.5.4.3.2.7.Digital Electronic Warfare Systems (DEWS)

12.5.4.3.2.8.Directed Energy Weapons

12.5.4.3.2.9.Directional Infrared Countermeasures (DIRCM)

12.5.4.3.2.10.Electronic Warfare Self-Protection (EWSP) Suites

12.5.4.3.2.11.Electromagnetic Shielding / Hardening

12.5.4.3.2.12.Emissions Control (EMCON) Systems

12.5.4.3.2.13.Geospatial Location and Exploitation Systems

12.5.4.3.2.14.Identification Friend or Foe (IFF) Systems

12.5.4.3.2.15.Infrared (IR) Missile Warning System

12.5.4.3.2.16.Passive Active Warning Survivability Systems

12.5.4.3.2.17.Radar Warning Receiver (RWR) / Laser Warning Receiver (LWR)

12.5.4.3.2.18.Radio Frequency Countermeasures (RFCM)

12.5.4.3.2.19.Resilience-in-Depth Cyber Systems

12.5.4.3.2.20.Signal Jammers

12.5.4.3.2.21.Others

12.5.5.Italy
12.5.5.1.Italy Electronic Warfare Market Revenue (US$ Mn) and Forecasts, By Component
12.5.5.1.1.Electronic Attack

12.5.5.1.2.Electronic Protection

12.5.5.1.3.Electronic Support

12.5.5.1.4.Mission Support

12.5.5.2.Italy Electronic Warfare Market Revenue (US$ Mn) and Forecasts, By Platform
12.5.5.2.1.Ground-Based

12.5.5.2.2.Naval

12.5.5.2.3.Air Based

12.5.5.2.4.Cyber

12.5.5.3.Italy Electronic Warfare Market Revenue (US$ Mn) and Forecasts, By Offering
12.5.5.3.1.Solutions

12.5.5.3.2.Devices/Systems
12.5.5.3.2.1.Advanced Threat Infrared Countermeasures (ATIRCM)

12.5.5.3.2.2.Antennas / Antenna Arrays

12.5.5.3.2.3.Anti-Jam Electronic Protection Systems

12.5.5.3.2.4.Anti-Radiation Missiles (ARM)

12.5.5.3.2.5.Common Missile Warning Systems (CMWS)

12.5.5.3.2.6.Countermeasures Dispenser Systems (CMDS)

12.5.5.3.2.7.Digital Electronic Warfare Systems (DEWS)

12.5.5.3.2.8.Directed Energy Weapons

12.5.5.3.2.9.Directional Infrared Countermeasures (DIRCM)

12.5.5.3.2.10.Electronic Warfare Self-Protection (EWSP) Suites

12.5.5.3.2.11.Electromagnetic Shielding / Hardening

12.5.5.3.2.12.Emissions Control (EMCON) Systems

12.5.5.3.2.13.Geospatial Location and Exploitation Systems

12.5.5.3.2.14.Identification Friend or Foe (IFF) Systems

12.5.5.3.2.15.Infrared (IR) Missile Warning System

12.5.5.3.2.16.Passive Active Warning Survivability Systems

12.5.5.3.2.17.Radar Warning Receiver (RWR) / Laser Warning Receiver (LWR)

12.5.5.3.2.18.Radio Frequency Countermeasures (RFCM)

12.5.5.3.2.19.Resilience-in-Depth Cyber Systems

12.5.5.3.2.20.Signal Jammers

12.5.5.3.2.21.Others

12.5.6.Nordic Countries
12.5.6.1.Nordic Countries Electronic Warfare Market Revenue (US$ Mn) and Forecasts, By Component
12.5.6.1.1.Electronic Attack

12.5.6.1.2.Electronic Protection

12.5.6.1.3.Electronic Support

12.5.6.1.4.Mission Support

12.5.6.2.Nordic Countries Electronic Warfare Market Revenue (US$ Mn) and Forecasts, By Platform
12.5.6.2.1.Ground-Based

12.5.6.2.2.Naval

12.5.6.2.3.Air Based

12.5.6.2.4.Cyber

12.5.6.3.Nordic Countries Electronic Warfare Market Revenue (US$ Mn) and Forecasts, By Offering
12.5.6.3.1.Solutions

12.5.6.3.2.Devices/Systems
12.5.6.3.2.1.Advanced Threat Infrared Countermeasures (ATIRCM)

12.5.6.3.2.2.Antennas / Antenna Arrays

12.5.6.3.2.3.Anti-Jam Electronic Protection Systems

12.5.6.3.2.4.Anti-Radiation Missiles (ARM)

12.5.6.3.2.5.Common Missile Warning Systems (CMWS)

12.5.6.3.2.6.Countermeasures Dispenser Systems (CMDS)

12.5.6.3.2.7.Digital Electronic Warfare Systems (DEWS)

12.5.6.3.2.8.Directed Energy Weapons

12.5.6.3.2.9.Directional Infrared Countermeasures (DIRCM)

12.5.6.3.2.10.Electronic Warfare Self-Protection (EWSP) Suites

12.5.6.3.2.11.Electromagnetic Shielding / Hardening

12.5.6.3.2.12.Emissions Control (EMCON) Systems

12.5.6.3.2.13.Geospatial Location and Exploitation Systems

12.5.6.3.2.14.Identification Friend or Foe (IFF) Systems

12.5.6.3.2.15.Infrared (IR) Missile Warning System

12.5.6.3.2.16.Passive Active Warning Survivability Systems

12.5.6.3.2.17.Radar Warning Receiver (RWR) / Laser Warning Receiver (LWR)

12.5.6.3.2.18.Radio Frequency Countermeasures (RFCM)

12.5.6.3.2.19.Resilience-in-Depth Cyber Systems

12.5.6.3.2.20.Signal Jammers

12.5.6.3.2.21.Others

12.5.6.4.Nordic Countries Electronic Warfare Market Revenue (US$ Mn) and Forecasts, By Country
12.5.6.4.1.Denmark

12.5.6.4.2.Finland

12.5.6.4.3.Iceland

12.5.6.4.4.Sweden

12.5.6.4.5.Norway

12.5.7.Benelux Union
12.5.7.1.Benelux Union Electronic Warfare Market Revenue (US$ Mn) and Forecasts, By Component
12.5.7.1.1.Electronic Attack

12.5.7.1.2.Electronic Protection

12.5.7.1.3.Electronic Support

12.5.7.1.4.Mission Support

12.5.7.2.Benelux Union Electronic Warfare Market Revenue (US$ Mn) and Forecasts, By Platform
12.5.7.2.1.Ground-Based

12.5.7.2.2.Naval

12.5.7.2.3.Air Based

12.5.7.2.4.Cyber

12.5.7.3.Benelux Union Electronic Warfare Market Revenue (US$ Mn) and Forecasts, By Offering
12.5.7.3.1.Solutions

12.5.7.3.2.Devices/Systems
12.5.7.3.2.1.Advanced Threat Infrared Countermeasures (ATIRCM)

12.5.7.3.2.2.Antennas / Antenna Arrays

12.5.7.3.2.3.Anti-Jam Electronic Protection Systems

12.5.7.3.2.4.Anti-Radiation Missiles (ARM)

12.5.7.3.2.5.Common Missile Warning Systems (CMWS)

12.5.7.3.2.6.Countermeasures Dispenser Systems (CMDS)

12.5.7.3.2.7.Digital Electronic Warfare Systems (DEWS)

12.5.7.3.2.8.Directed Energy Weapons

12.5.7.3.2.9.Directional Infrared Countermeasures (DIRCM)

12.5.7.3.2.10.Electronic Warfare Self-Protection (EWSP) Suites

12.5.7.3.2.11.Electromagnetic Shielding / Hardening

12.5.7.3.2.12.Emissions Control (EMCON) Systems

12.5.7.3.2.13.Geospatial Location and Exploitation Systems

12.5.7.3.2.14.Identification Friend or Foe (IFF) Systems

12.5.7.3.2.15.Infrared (IR) Missile Warning System

12.5.7.3.2.16.Passive Active Warning Survivability Systems

12.5.7.3.2.17.Radar Warning Receiver (RWR) / Laser Warning Receiver (LWR)

12.5.7.3.2.18.Radio Frequency Countermeasures (RFCM)

12.5.7.3.2.19.Resilience-in-Depth Cyber Systems

12.5.7.3.2.20.Signal Jammers

12.5.7.3.2.21.Others

12.5.7.4.Benelux Union Electronic Warfare Market Revenue (US$ Mn) and Forecasts, By Country
12.5.7.4.1.Belgium

12.5.7.4.2.The Netherlands

12.5.7.4.3.Luxembourg

12.5.8.Rest of Europe
12.5.8.1.Rest of Europe Electronic Warfare Market Revenue (US$ Mn) and Forecasts, By Component
12.5.8.1.1.Electronic Attack

12.5.8.1.2.Electronic Protection

12.5.8.1.3.Electronic Support

12.5.8.1.4.Mission Support

12.5.8.2.Rest of Europe Electronic Warfare Market Revenue (US$ Mn) and Forecasts, By Platform
12.5.8.2.1.Ground-Based

12.5.8.2.2.Naval

12.5.8.2.3.Air Based

12.5.8.2.4.Cyber

12.5.8.3.Rest of Europe Electronic Warfare Market Revenue (US$ Mn) and Forecasts, By Offering
12.5.8.3.1.Solutions

12.5.8.3.2.Devices/Systems
12.5.8.3.2.1.Advanced Threat Infrared Countermeasures (ATIRCM)

12.5.8.3.2.2.Antennas / Antenna Arrays

12.5.8.3.2.3.Anti-Jam Electronic Protection Systems

12.5.8.3.2.4.Anti-Radiation Missiles (ARM)

12.5.8.3.2.5.Common Missile Warning Systems (CMWS)

12.5.8.3.2.6.Countermeasures Dispenser Systems (CMDS)

12.5.8.3.2.7.Digital Electronic Warfare Systems (DEWS)

12.5.8.3.2.8.Directed Energy Weapons

12.5.8.3.2.9.Directional Infrared Countermeasures (DIRCM)

12.5.8.3.2.10.Electronic Warfare Self-Protection (EWSP) Suites

12.5.8.3.2.11.Electromagnetic Shielding / Hardening

12.5.8.3.2.12.Emissions Control (EMCON) Systems

12.5.8.3.2.13.Geospatial Location and Exploitation Systems

12.5.8.3.2.14.Identification Friend or Foe (IFF) Systems

12.5.8.3.2.15.Infrared (IR) Missile Warning System

12.5.8.3.2.16.Passive Active Warning Survivability Systems

12.5.8.3.2.17.Radar Warning Receiver (RWR) / Laser Warning Receiver (LWR)

12.5.8.3.2.18.Radio Frequency Countermeasures (RFCM)

12.5.8.3.2.19.Resilience-in-Depth Cyber Systems

12.5.8.3.2.20.Signal Jammers

12.5.8.3.2.21.Others

12.6.Key Segment for Channeling Investments
12.6.1.By Country

12.6.2.By Component

12.6.3.By Platform

12.6.4.By Offering

13.Asia Pacific Electronic Warfare Market Analysis and Forecasts, 2024 – 2034
13.1.Overview
13.1.1.Asia Pacific Electronic Warfare Market Revenue (US$ Mn)

13.2.Asia Pacific Electronic Warfare Market Revenue (US$ Mn) and Forecasts, By Component
13.2.1.Electronic Attack

13.2.2.Electronic Protection

13.2.3.Electronic Support

13.2.4.Mission Support

13.3.Asia Pacific Electronic Warfare Market Revenue (US$ Mn) and Forecasts, By Platform
13.3.1.Ground-Based

13.3.2.Naval

13.3.3.Air Based

13.3.4.Cyber

13.4.Asia Pacific Electronic Warfare Market Revenue (US$ Mn) and Forecasts, By Offering
13.4.1.Solutions

13.4.2.Devices/Systems
13.4.2.1.Advanced Threat Infrared Countermeasures (ATIRCM)

13.4.2.2.Antennas / Antenna Arrays

13.4.2.3.Anti-Jam Electronic Protection Systems

13.4.2.4.Anti-Radiation Missiles (ARM)

13.4.2.5.Common Missile Warning Systems (CMWS)

13.4.2.6.Countermeasures Dispenser Systems (CMDS)

13.4.2.7.Digital Electronic Warfare Systems (DEWS)

13.4.2.8.Directed Energy Weapons

13.4.2.9.Directional Infrared Countermeasures (DIRCM)

13.4.2.10.Electronic Warfare Self-Protection (EWSP) Suites

13.4.2.11.Electromagnetic Shielding / Hardening

13.4.2.12.Emissions Control (EMCON) Systems

13.4.2.13.Geospatial Location and Exploitation Systems

13.4.2.14.Identification Friend or Foe (IFF) Systems

13.4.2.15.Infrared (IR) Missile Warning System

13.4.2.16.Passive Active Warning Survivability Systems

13.4.2.17.Radar Warning Receiver (RWR) / Laser Warning Receiver (LWR)

13.4.2.18.Radio Frequency Countermeasures (RFCM)

13.4.2.19.Resilience-in-Depth Cyber Systems

13.4.2.20.Signal Jammers

13.4.2.21.Others

13.5.Asia Pacific Electronic Warfare Market Revenue (US$ Mn) and Forecasts, By Country
13.5.1.China
13.5.1.1.China Electronic Warfare Market Revenue (US$ Mn) and Forecasts, By Component
13.5.1.1.1.Electronic Attack

13.5.1.1.2.Electronic Protection

13.5.1.1.3.Electronic Support

13.5.1.1.4.Mission Support

13.5.1.2.China Electronic Warfare Market Revenue (US$ Mn) and Forecasts, By Platform
13.5.1.2.1.Ground-Based

13.5.1.2.2.Naval

13.5.1.2.3.Air Based

13.5.1.2.4.Cyber

13.5.1.3.China Electronic Warfare Market Revenue (US$ Mn) and Forecasts, By Offering
13.5.1.3.1.Solutions

13.5.1.3.2.Devices/Systems
13.5.1.3.2.1.Advanced Threat Infrared Countermeasures (ATIRCM)

13.5.1.3.2.2.Antennas / Antenna Arrays

13.5.1.3.2.3.Anti-Jam Electronic Protection Systems

13.5.1.3.2.4.Anti-Radiation Missiles (ARM)

13.5.1.3.2.5.Common Missile Warning Systems (CMWS)

13.5.1.3.2.6.Countermeasures Dispenser Systems (CMDS)

13.5.1.3.2.7.Digital Electronic Warfare Systems (DEWS)

13.5.1.3.2.8.Directed Energy Weapons

13.5.1.3.2.9.Directional Infrared Countermeasures (DIRCM)

13.5.1.3.2.10.Electronic Warfare Self-Protection (EWSP) Suites

13.5.1.3.2.11.Electromagnetic Shielding / Hardening

13.5.1.3.2.12.Emissions Control (EMCON) Systems

13.5.1.3.2.13.Geospatial Location and Exploitation Systems

13.5.1.3.2.14.Identification Friend or Foe (IFF) Systems

13.5.1.3.2.15.Infrared (IR) Missile Warning System

13.5.1.3.2.16.Passive Active Warning Survivability Systems

13.5.1.3.2.17.Radar Warning Receiver (RWR) / Laser Warning Receiver (LWR)

13.5.1.3.2.18.Radio Frequency Countermeasures (RFCM)

13.5.1.3.2.19.Resilience-in-Depth Cyber Systems

13.5.1.3.2.20.Signal Jammers

13.5.1.3.2.21.Others

13.5.2.Japan
13.5.2.1.Japan Electronic Warfare Market Revenue (US$ Mn) and Forecasts, By Component
13.5.2.1.1.Electronic Attack

13.5.2.1.2.Electronic Protection

13.5.2.1.3.Electronic Support

13.5.2.1.4.Mission Support

13.5.2.2.Japan Electronic Warfare Market Revenue (US$ Mn) and Forecasts, By Platform
13.5.2.2.1.Ground-Based

13.5.2.2.2.Naval

13.5.2.2.3.Air Based

13.5.2.2.4.Cyber

13.5.2.3.Japan Electronic Warfare Market Revenue (US$ Mn) and Forecasts, By Offering
13.5.2.3.1.Solutions

13.5.2.3.2.Devices/Systems
13.5.2.3.2.1.Advanced Threat Infrared Countermeasures (ATIRCM)

13.5.2.3.2.2.Antennas / Antenna Arrays

13.5.2.3.2.3.Anti-Jam Electronic Protection Systems

13.5.2.3.2.4.Anti-Radiation Missiles (ARM)

13.5.2.3.2.5.Common Missile Warning Systems (CMWS)

13.5.2.3.2.6.Countermeasures Dispenser Systems (CMDS)

13.5.2.3.2.7.Digital Electronic Warfare Systems (DEWS)

13.5.2.3.2.8.Directed Energy Weapons

13.5.2.3.2.9.Directional Infrared Countermeasures (DIRCM)

13.5.2.3.2.10.Electronic Warfare Self-Protection (EWSP) Suites

13.5.2.3.2.11.Electromagnetic Shielding / Hardening

13.5.2.3.2.12.Emissions Control (EMCON) Systems

13.5.2.3.2.13.Geospatial Location and Exploitation Systems

13.5.2.3.2.14.Identification Friend or Foe (IFF) Systems

13.5.2.3.2.15.Infrared (IR) Missile Warning System

13.5.2.3.2.16.Passive Active Warning Survivability Systems

13.5.2.3.2.17.Radar Warning Receiver (RWR) / Laser Warning Receiver (LWR)

13.5.2.3.2.18.Radio Frequency Countermeasures (RFCM)

13.5.2.3.2.19.Resilience-in-Depth Cyber Systems

13.5.2.3.2.20.Signal Jammers

13.5.2.3.2.21.Others

13.5.3.India
13.5.3.1.India Electronic Warfare Market Revenue (US$ Mn) and Forecasts, By Component
13.5.3.1.1.Electronic Attack

13.5.3.1.2.Electronic Protection

13.5.3.1.3.Electronic Support

13.5.3.1.4.Mission Support

13.5.3.2.India Electronic Warfare Market Revenue (US$ Mn) and Forecasts, By Platform
13.5.3.2.1.Ground-Based

13.5.3.2.2.Naval

13.5.3.2.3.Air Based

13.5.3.2.4.Cyber

13.5.3.3.India Electronic Warfare Market Revenue (US$ Mn) and Forecasts, By Offering
13.5.3.3.1.Solutions

13.5.3.3.2.Devices/Systems
13.5.3.3.2.1.Advanced Threat Infrared Countermeasures (ATIRCM)

13.5.3.3.2.2.Antennas / Antenna Arrays

13.5.3.3.2.3.Anti-Jam Electronic Protection Systems

13.5.3.3.2.4.Anti-Radiation Missiles (ARM)

13.5.3.3.2.5.Common Missile Warning Systems (CMWS)

13.5.3.3.2.6.Countermeasures Dispenser Systems (CMDS)

13.5.3.3.2.7.Digital Electronic Warfare Systems (DEWS)

13.5.3.3.2.8.Directed Energy Weapons

13.5.3.3.2.9.Directional Infrared Countermeasures (DIRCM)

13.5.3.3.2.10.Electronic Warfare Self-Protection (EWSP) Suites

13.5.3.3.2.11.Electromagnetic Shielding / Hardening

13.5.3.3.2.12.Emissions Control (EMCON) Systems

13.5.3.3.2.13.Geospatial Location and Exploitation Systems

13.5.3.3.2.14.Identification Friend or Foe (IFF) Systems

13.5.3.3.2.15.Infrared (IR) Missile Warning System

13.5.3.3.2.16.Passive Active Warning Survivability Systems

13.5.3.3.2.17.Radar Warning Receiver (RWR) / Laser Warning Receiver (LWR)

13.5.3.3.2.18.Radio Frequency Countermeasures (RFCM)

13.5.3.3.2.19.Resilience-in-Depth Cyber Systems

13.5.3.3.2.20.Signal Jammers

13.5.3.3.2.21.Others

13.5.4.New Zealand
13.5.4.1.New Zealand Electronic Warfare Market Revenue (US$ Mn) and Forecasts, By Component
13.5.4.1.1.Electronic Attack

13.5.4.1.2.Electronic Protection

13.5.4.1.3.Electronic Support

13.5.4.1.4.Mission Support

13.5.4.2.New Zealand Electronic Warfare Market Revenue (US$ Mn) and Forecasts, By Platform
13.5.4.2.1.Ground-Based

13.5.4.2.2.Naval

13.5.4.2.3.Air Based

13.5.4.2.4.Cyber

13.5.4.3.New Zealand Electronic Warfare Market Revenue (US$ Mn) and Forecasts, By Offering
13.5.4.3.1.Solutions

13.5.4.3.2.Devices/Systems
13.5.4.3.2.1.Advanced Threat Infrared Countermeasures (ATIRCM)

13.5.4.3.2.2.Antennas / Antenna Arrays

13.5.4.3.2.3.Anti-Jam Electronic Protection Systems

13.5.4.3.2.4.Anti-Radiation Missiles (ARM)

13.5.4.3.2.5.Common Missile Warning Systems (CMWS)

13.5.4.3.2.6.Countermeasures Dispenser Systems (CMDS)

13.5.4.3.2.7.Digital Electronic Warfare Systems (DEWS)

13.5.4.3.2.8.Directed Energy Weapons

13.5.4.3.2.9.Directional Infrared Countermeasures (DIRCM)

13.5.4.3.2.10.Electronic Warfare Self-Protection (EWSP) Suites

13.5.4.3.2.11.Electromagnetic Shielding / Hardening

13.5.4.3.2.12.Emissions Control (EMCON) Systems

13.5.4.3.2.13.Geospatial Location and Exploitation Systems

13.5.4.3.2.14.Identification Friend or Foe (IFF) Systems

13.5.4.3.2.15.Infrared (IR) Missile Warning System

13.5.4.3.2.16.Passive Active Warning Survivability Systems

13.5.4.3.2.17.Radar Warning Receiver (RWR) / Laser Warning Receiver (LWR)

13.5.4.3.2.18.Radio Frequency Countermeasures (RFCM)

13.5.4.3.2.19.Resilience-in-Depth Cyber Systems

13.5.4.3.2.20.Signal Jammers

13.5.4.3.2.21.Others

13.5.5.Australia
13.5.5.1.Australia Electronic Warfare Market Revenue (US$ Mn) and Forecasts, By Component
13.5.5.1.1.Electronic Attack

13.5.5.1.2.Electronic Protection

13.5.5.1.3.Electronic Support

13.5.5.1.4.Mission Support

13.5.5.2.Australia Electronic Warfare Market Revenue (US$ Mn) and Forecasts, By Platform
13.5.5.2.1.Ground-Based

13.5.5.2.2.Naval

13.5.5.2.3.Air Based

13.5.5.2.4.Cyber

13.5.5.3.Australia Electronic Warfare Market Revenue (US$ Mn) and Forecasts, By Offering
13.5.5.3.1.Solutions

13.5.5.3.2.Devices/Systems
13.5.5.3.2.1.Advanced Threat Infrared Countermeasures (ATIRCM)

13.5.5.3.2.2.Antennas / Antenna Arrays

13.5.5.3.2.3.Anti-Jam Electronic Protection Systems

13.5.5.3.2.4.Anti-Radiation Missiles (ARM)

13.5.5.3.2.5.Common Missile Warning Systems (CMWS)

13.5.5.3.2.6.Countermeasures Dispenser Systems (CMDS)

13.5.5.3.2.7.Digital Electronic Warfare Systems (DEWS)

13.5.5.3.2.8.Directed Energy Weapons

13.5.5.3.2.9.Directional Infrared Countermeasures (DIRCM)

13.5.5.3.2.10.Electronic Warfare Self-Protection (EWSP) Suites

13.5.5.3.2.11.Electromagnetic Shielding / Hardening

13.5.5.3.2.12.Emissions Control (EMCON) Systems

13.5.5.3.2.13.Geospatial Location and Exploitation Systems

13.5.5.3.2.14.Identification Friend or Foe (IFF) Systems

13.5.5.3.2.15.Infrared (IR) Missile Warning System

13.5.5.3.2.16.Passive Active Warning Survivability Systems

13.5.5.3.2.17.Radar Warning Receiver (RWR) / Laser Warning Receiver (LWR)

13.5.5.3.2.18.Radio Frequency Countermeasures (RFCM)

13.5.5.3.2.19.Resilience-in-Depth Cyber Systems

13.5.5.3.2.20.Signal Jammers

13.5.5.3.2.21.Others

13.5.6.South Korea
13.5.6.1.South Korea Electronic Warfare Market Revenue (US$ Mn) and Forecasts, By Component
13.5.6.1.1.Electronic Attack

13.5.6.1.2.Electronic Protection

13.5.6.1.3.Electronic Support

13.5.6.1.4.Mission Support

13.5.6.2.South Korea Electronic Warfare Market Revenue (US$ Mn) and Forecasts, By Platform
13.5.6.2.1.Ground-Based

13.5.6.2.2.Naval

13.5.6.2.3.Air Based

13.5.6.2.4.Cyber

13.5.6.3.South Korea Electronic Warfare Market Revenue (US$ Mn) and Forecasts, By Offering
13.5.6.3.1.Solutions

13.5.6.3.2.Devices/Systems
13.5.6.3.2.1.Advanced Threat Infrared Countermeasures (ATIRCM)

13.5.6.3.2.2.Antennas / Antenna Arrays

13.5.6.3.2.3.Anti-Jam Electronic Protection Systems

13.5.6.3.2.4.Anti-Radiation Missiles (ARM)

13.5.6.3.2.5.Common Missile Warning Systems (CMWS)

13.5.6.3.2.6.Countermeasures Dispenser Systems (CMDS)

13.5.6.3.2.7.Digital Electronic Warfare Systems (DEWS)

13.5.6.3.2.8.Directed Energy Weapons

13.5.6.3.2.9.Directional Infrared Countermeasures (DIRCM)

13.5.6.3.2.10.Electronic Warfare Self-Protection (EWSP) Suites

13.5.6.3.2.11.Electromagnetic Shielding / Hardening

13.5.6.3.2.12.Emissions Control (EMCON) Systems

13.5.6.3.2.13.Geospatial Location and Exploitation Systems

13.5.6.3.2.14.Identification Friend or Foe (IFF) Systems

13.5.6.3.2.15.Infrared (IR) Missile Warning System

13.5.6.3.2.16.Passive Active Warning Survivability Systems

13.5.6.3.2.17.Radar Warning Receiver (RWR) / Laser Warning Receiver (LWR)

13.5.6.3.2.18.Radio Frequency Countermeasures (RFCM)

13.5.6.3.2.19.Resilience-in-Depth Cyber Systems

13.5.6.3.2.20.Signal Jammers

13.5.6.3.2.21.Others

13.5.7.Southeast Asia
13.5.7.1.Southeast Asia Electronic Warfare Market Revenue (US$ Mn) and Forecasts, By Component
13.5.7.1.1.Electronic Attack

13.5.7.1.2.Electronic Protection

13.5.7.1.3.Electronic Support

13.5.7.1.4.Mission Support

13.5.7.2.Southeast Asia Electronic Warfare Market Revenue (US$ Mn) and Forecasts, By Platform
13.5.7.2.1.Ground-Based

13.5.7.2.2.Naval

13.5.7.2.3.Air Based

13.5.7.2.4.Cyber

13.5.7.3.Southeast Asia Electronic Warfare Market Revenue (US$ Mn) and Forecasts, By Offering
13.5.7.3.1.Solutions

13.5.7.3.2.Devices/Systems
13.5.7.3.2.1.Advanced Threat Infrared Countermeasures (ATIRCM)

13.5.7.3.2.2.Antennas / Antenna Arrays

13.5.7.3.2.3.Anti-Jam Electronic Protection Systems

13.5.7.3.2.4.Anti-Radiation Missiles (ARM)

13.5.7.3.2.5.Common Missile Warning Systems (CMWS)

13.5.7.3.2.6.Countermeasures Dispenser Systems (CMDS)

13.5.7.3.2.7.Digital Electronic Warfare Systems (DEWS)

13.5.7.3.2.8.Directed Energy Weapons

13.5.7.3.2.9.Directional Infrared Countermeasures (DIRCM)

13.5.7.3.2.10.Electronic Warfare Self-Protection (EWSP) Suites

13.5.7.3.2.11.Electromagnetic Shielding / Hardening

13.5.7.3.2.12.Emissions Control (EMCON) Systems

13.5.7.3.2.13.Geospatial Location and Exploitation Systems

13.5.7.3.2.14.Identification Friend or Foe (IFF) Systems

13.5.7.3.2.15.Infrared (IR) Missile Warning System

13.5.7.3.2.16.Passive Active Warning Survivability Systems

13.5.7.3.2.17.Radar Warning Receiver (RWR) / Laser Warning Receiver (LWR)

13.5.7.3.2.18.Radio Frequency Countermeasures (RFCM)

13.5.7.3.2.19.Resilience-in-Depth Cyber Systems

13.5.7.3.2.20.Signal Jammers

13.5.7.3.2.21.Others

13.5.7.4.Southeast Asia Electronic Warfare Market Revenue (US$ Mn) and Forecasts, By Country
13.5.7.4.1.Indonesia

13.5.7.4.2.Thailand

13.5.7.4.3.Malaysia

13.5.7.4.4.Singapore

13.5.7.4.5.Rest of Southeast Asia

13.5.8.Rest of Asia Pacific
13.5.8.1.Rest of Asia Pacific Electronic Warfare Market Revenue (US$ Mn) and Forecasts, By Component
13.5.8.1.1.Electronic Attack

13.5.8.1.2.Electronic Protection

13.5.8.1.3.Electronic Support

13.5.8.1.4.Mission Support

13.5.8.2.Rest of Asia Pacific Electronic Warfare Market Revenue (US$ Mn) and Forecasts, By Platform
13.5.8.2.1.Ground-Based

13.5.8.2.2.Naval

13.5.8.2.3.Air Based

13.5.8.2.4.Cyber

13.5.8.3.Rest of Asia Pacific Electronic Warfare Market Revenue (US$ Mn) and Forecasts, By Offering
13.5.8.3.1.Solutions

13.5.8.3.2.Devices/Systems
13.5.8.3.2.1.Advanced Threat Infrared Countermeasures (ATIRCM)

13.5.8.3.2.2.Antennas / Antenna Arrays

13.5.8.3.2.3.Anti-Jam Electronic Protection Systems

13.5.8.3.2.4.Anti-Radiation Missiles (ARM)

13.5.8.3.2.5.Common Missile Warning Systems (CMWS)

13.5.8.3.2.6.Countermeasures Dispenser Systems (CMDS)

13.5.8.3.2.7.Digital Electronic Warfare Systems (DEWS)

13.5.8.3.2.8.Directed Energy Weapons

13.5.8.3.2.9.Directional Infrared Countermeasures (DIRCM)

13.5.8.3.2.10.Electronic Warfare Self-Protection (EWSP) Suites

13.5.8.3.2.11.Electromagnetic Shielding / Hardening

13.5.8.3.2.12.Emissions Control (EMCON) Systems

13.5.8.3.2.13.Geospatial Location and Exploitation Systems

13.5.8.3.2.14.Identification Friend or Foe (IFF) Systems

13.5.8.3.2.15.Infrared (IR) Missile Warning System

13.5.8.3.2.16.Passive Active Warning Survivability Systems

13.5.8.3.2.17.Radar Warning Receiver (RWR) / Laser Warning Receiver (LWR)

13.5.8.3.2.18.Radio Frequency Countermeasures (RFCM)

13.5.8.3.2.19.Resilience-in-Depth Cyber Systems

13.5.8.3.2.20.Signal Jammers

13.5.8.3.2.21.Others

13.6.Key Segment for Channeling Investments
13.6.1.By Country

13.6.2.By Component

13.6.3.By Platform

13.6.4.By Offering

14.Middle East and Africa Electronic Warfare Market Analysis and Forecasts, 2024 – 2034
14.1.Overview
14.1.1.Middle East and Africa Electronic Warfare Market Revenue (US$ Mn)

14.2.Middle East and Africa Electronic Warfare Market Revenue (US$ Mn) and Forecasts, By Component
14.2.1.Electronic Attack

14.2.2.Electronic Protection

14.2.3.Electronic Support

14.2.4.Mission Support

14.3.Middle East and Africa Electronic Warfare Market Revenue (US$ Mn) and Forecasts, By Platform
14.3.1.Ground-Based

14.3.2.Naval

14.3.3.Air Based

14.3.4.Cyber

14.4.Middle East and Africa Electronic Warfare Market Revenue (US$ Mn) and Forecasts, By Offering
14.4.1.Solutions

14.4.2.Devices/Systems
14.4.2.1.Advanced Threat Infrared Countermeasures (ATIRCM)

14.4.2.2.Antennas / Antenna Arrays

14.4.2.3.Anti-Jam Electronic Protection Systems

14.4.2.4.Anti-Radiation Missiles (ARM)

14.4.2.5.Common Missile Warning Systems (CMWS)

14.4.2.6.Countermeasures Dispenser Systems (CMDS)

14.4.2.7.Digital Electronic Warfare Systems (DEWS)

14.4.2.8.Directed Energy Weapons

14.4.2.9.Directional Infrared Countermeasures (DIRCM)

14.4.2.10.Electronic Warfare Self-Protection (EWSP) Suites

14.4.2.11.Electromagnetic Shielding / Hardening

14.4.2.12.Emissions Control (EMCON) Systems

14.4.2.13.Geospatial Location and Exploitation Systems

14.4.2.14.Identification Friend or Foe (IFF) Systems

14.4.2.15.Infrared (IR) Missile Warning System

14.4.2.16.Passive Active Warning Survivability Systems

14.4.2.17.Radar Warning Receiver (RWR) / Laser Warning Receiver (LWR)

14.4.2.18.Radio Frequency Countermeasures (RFCM)

14.4.2.19.Resilience-in-Depth Cyber Systems

14.4.2.20.Signal Jammers

14.4.2.21.Others

14.5.Middle East and Africa Electronic Warfare Market Revenue (US$ Mn) and Forecasts, By Country
14.5.1.Saudi Arabia
14.5.1.1.Saudi Arabia Electronic Warfare Market Revenue (US$ Mn) and Forecasts, By Component
14.5.1.1.1.Electronic Attack

14.5.1.1.2.Electronic Protection

14.5.1.1.3.Electronic Support

14.5.1.1.4.Mission Support

14.5.1.2.Saudi Arabia Electronic Warfare Market Revenue (US$ Mn) and Forecasts, By Platform
14.5.1.2.1.Ground-Based

14.5.1.2.2.Naval

14.5.1.2.3.Air Based

14.5.1.2.4.Cyber

14.5.1.3.Saudi Arabia Electronic Warfare Market Revenue (US$ Mn) and Forecasts, By Offering
14.5.1.3.1.Solutions

14.5.1.3.2.Devices/Systems
14.5.1.3.2.1.Advanced Threat Infrared Countermeasures (ATIRCM)

14.5.1.3.2.2.Antennas / Antenna Arrays

14.5.1.3.2.3.Anti-Jam Electronic Protection Systems

14.5.1.3.2.4.Anti-Radiation Missiles (ARM)

14.5.1.3.2.5.Common Missile Warning Systems (CMWS)

14.5.1.3.2.6.Countermeasures Dispenser Systems (CMDS)

14.5.1.3.2.7.Digital Electronic Warfare Systems (DEWS)

14.5.1.3.2.8.Directed Energy Weapons

14.5.1.3.2.9.Directional Infrared Countermeasures (DIRCM)

14.5.1.3.2.10.Electronic Warfare Self-Protection (EWSP) Suites

14.5.1.3.2.11.Electromagnetic Shielding / Hardening

14.5.1.3.2.12.Emissions Control (EMCON) Systems

14.5.1.3.2.13.Geospatial Location and Exploitation Systems

14.5.1.3.2.14.Identification Friend or Foe (IFF) Systems

14.5.1.3.2.15.Infrared (IR) Missile Warning System

14.5.1.3.2.16.Passive Active Warning Survivability Systems

14.5.1.3.2.17.Radar Warning Receiver (RWR) / Laser Warning Receiver (LWR)

14.5.1.3.2.18.Radio Frequency Countermeasures (RFCM)

14.5.1.3.2.19.Resilience-in-Depth Cyber Systems

14.5.1.3.2.20.Signal Jammers

14.5.1.3.2.21.Others

14.5.2.UAE
14.5.2.1.UAE Electronic Warfare Market Revenue (US$ Mn) and Forecasts, By Component
14.5.2.1.1.Electronic Attack

14.5.2.1.2.Electronic Protection

14.5.2.1.3.Electronic Support

14.5.2.1.4.Mission Support

14.5.2.2.UAE Electronic Warfare Market Revenue (US$ Mn) and Forecasts, By Platform
14.5.2.2.1.Ground-Based

14.5.2.2.2.Naval

14.5.2.2.3.Air Based

14.5.2.2.4.Cyber

14.5.2.3.UAE Electronic Warfare Market Revenue (US$ Mn) and Forecasts, By Offering
14.5.2.3.1.Solutions

14.5.2.3.2.Devices/Systems
14.5.2.3.2.1.Advanced Threat Infrared Countermeasures (ATIRCM)

14.5.2.3.2.2.Antennas / Antenna Arrays

14.5.2.3.2.3.Anti-Jam Electronic Protection Systems

14.5.2.3.2.4.Anti-Radiation Missiles (ARM)

14.5.2.3.2.5.Common Missile Warning Systems (CMWS)

14.5.2.3.2.6.Countermeasures Dispenser Systems (CMDS)

14.5.2.3.2.7.Digital Electronic Warfare Systems (DEWS)

14.5.2.3.2.8.Directed Energy Weapons

14.5.2.3.2.9.Directional Infrared Countermeasures (DIRCM)

14.5.2.3.2.10.Electronic Warfare Self-Protection (EWSP) Suites

14.5.2.3.2.11.Electromagnetic Shielding / Hardening

14.5.2.3.2.12.Emissions Control (EMCON) Systems

14.5.2.3.2.13.Geospatial Location and Exploitation Systems

14.5.2.3.2.14.Identification Friend or Foe (IFF) Systems

14.5.2.3.2.15.Infrared (IR) Missile Warning System

14.5.2.3.2.16.Passive Active Warning Survivability Systems

14.5.2.3.2.17.Radar Warning Receiver (RWR) / Laser Warning Receiver (LWR)

14.5.2.3.2.18.Radio Frequency Countermeasures (RFCM)

14.5.2.3.2.19.Resilience-in-Depth Cyber Systems

14.5.2.3.2.20.Signal Jammers

14.5.2.3.2.21.Others

14.5.3.Egypt
14.5.3.1.Egypt Electronic Warfare Market Revenue (US$ Mn) and Forecasts, By Component
14.5.3.1.1.Electronic Attack

14.5.3.1.2.Electronic Protection

14.5.3.1.3.Electronic Support

14.5.3.1.4.Mission Support

14.5.3.2.Egypt Electronic Warfare Market Revenue (US$ Mn) and Forecasts, By Platform
14.5.3.2.1.Ground-Based

14.5.3.2.2.Naval

14.5.3.2.3.Air Based

14.5.3.2.4.Cyber

14.5.3.3.Egypt Electronic Warfare Market Revenue (US$ Mn) and Forecasts, By Offering
14.5.3.3.1.Solutions

14.5.3.3.2.Devices/Systems
14.5.3.3.2.1.Advanced Threat Infrared Countermeasures (ATIRCM)

14.5.3.3.2.2.Antennas / Antenna Arrays

14.5.3.3.2.3.Anti-Jam Electronic Protection Systems

14.5.3.3.2.4.Anti-Radiation Missiles (ARM)

14.5.3.3.2.5.Common Missile Warning Systems (CMWS)

14.5.3.3.2.6.Countermeasures Dispenser Systems (CMDS)

14.5.3.3.2.7.Digital Electronic Warfare Systems (DEWS)

14.5.3.3.2.8.Directed Energy Weapons

14.5.3.3.2.9.Directional Infrared Countermeasures (DIRCM)

14.5.3.3.2.10.Electronic Warfare Self-Protection (EWSP) Suites

14.5.3.3.2.11.Electromagnetic Shielding / Hardening

14.5.3.3.2.12.Emissions Control (EMCON) Systems

14.5.3.3.2.13.Geospatial Location and Exploitation Systems

14.5.3.3.2.14.Identification Friend or Foe (IFF) Systems

14.5.3.3.2.15.Infrared (IR) Missile Warning System

14.5.3.3.2.16.Passive Active Warning Survivability Systems

14.5.3.3.2.17.Radar Warning Receiver (RWR) / Laser Warning Receiver (LWR)

14.5.3.3.2.18.Radio Frequency Countermeasures (RFCM)

14.5.3.3.2.19.Resilience-in-Depth Cyber Systems

14.5.3.3.2.20.Signal Jammers

14.5.3.3.2.21.Others

14.5.4.Kuwait
14.5.4.1.Kuwait Electronic Warfare Market Revenue (US$ Mn) and Forecasts, By Component
14.5.4.1.1.Electronic Attack

14.5.4.1.2.Electronic Protection

14.5.4.1.3.Electronic Support

14.5.4.1.4.Mission Support

14.5.4.2.Kuwait Electronic Warfare Market Revenue (US$ Mn) and Forecasts, By Platform
14.5.4.2.1.Ground-Based

14.5.4.2.2.Naval

14.5.4.2.3.Air Based

14.5.4.2.4.Cyber

14.5.4.3.Kuwait Electronic Warfare Market Revenue (US$ Mn) and Forecasts, By Offering
14.5.4.3.1.Solutions

14.5.4.3.2.Devices/Systems
14.5.4.3.2.1.Advanced Threat Infrared Countermeasures (ATIRCM)

14.5.4.3.2.2.Antennas / Antenna Arrays

14.5.4.3.2.3.Anti-Jam Electronic Protection Systems

14.5.4.3.2.4.Anti-Radiation Missiles (ARM)

14.5.4.3.2.5.Common Missile Warning Systems (CMWS)

14.5.4.3.2.6.Countermeasures Dispenser Systems (CMDS)

14.5.4.3.2.7.Digital Electronic Warfare Systems (DEWS)

14.5.4.3.2.8.Directed Energy Weapons

14.5.4.3.2.9.Directional Infrared Countermeasures (DIRCM)

14.5.4.3.2.10.Electronic Warfare Self-Protection (EWSP) Suites

14.5.4.3.2.11.Electromagnetic Shielding / Hardening

14.5.4.3.2.12.Emissions Control (EMCON) Systems

14.5.4.3.2.13.Geospatial Location and Exploitation Systems

14.5.4.3.2.14.Identification Friend or Foe (IFF) Systems

14.5.4.3.2.15.Infrared (IR) Missile Warning System

14.5.4.3.2.16.Passive Active Warning Survivability Systems

14.5.4.3.2.17.Radar Warning Receiver (RWR) / Laser Warning Receiver (LWR)

14.5.4.3.2.18.Radio Frequency Countermeasures (RFCM)

14.5.4.3.2.19.Resilience-in-Depth Cyber Systems

14.5.4.3.2.20.Signal Jammers

14.5.4.3.2.21.Others

14.5.5.South Africa
14.5.5.1.South Africa Electronic Warfare Market Revenue (US$ Mn) and Forecasts, By Component
14.5.5.1.1.Electronic Attack

14.5.5.1.2.Electronic Protection

14.5.5.1.3.Electronic Support

14.5.5.1.4.Mission Support

14.5.5.2.South Africa Electronic Warfare Market Revenue (US$ Mn) and Forecasts, By Platform
14.5.5.2.1.Ground-Based

14.5.5.2.2.Naval

14.5.5.2.3.Air Based

14.5.5.2.4.Cyber

14.5.5.3.South Africa Electronic Warfare Market Revenue (US$ Mn) and Forecasts, By Offering
14.5.5.3.1.Solutions

14.5.5.3.2.Devices/Systems
14.5.5.3.2.1.Advanced Threat Infrared Countermeasures (ATIRCM)

14.5.5.3.2.2.Antennas / Antenna Arrays

14.5.5.3.2.3.Anti-Jam Electronic Protection Systems

14.5.5.3.2.4.Anti-Radiation Missiles (ARM)

14.5.5.3.2.5.Common Missile Warning Systems (CMWS)

14.5.5.3.2.6.Countermeasures Dispenser Systems (CMDS)

14.5.5.3.2.7.Digital Electronic Warfare Systems (DEWS)

14.5.5.3.2.8.Directed Energy Weapons

14.5.5.3.2.9.Directional Infrared Countermeasures (DIRCM)

14.5.5.3.2.10.Electronic Warfare Self-Protection (EWSP) Suites

14.5.5.3.2.11.Electromagnetic Shielding / Hardening

14.5.5.3.2.12.Emissions Control (EMCON) Systems

14.5.5.3.2.13.Geospatial Location and Exploitation Systems

14.5.5.3.2.14.Identification Friend or Foe (IFF) Systems

14.5.5.3.2.15.Infrared (IR) Missile Warning System

14.5.5.3.2.16.Passive Active Warning Survivability Systems

14.5.5.3.2.17.Radar Warning Receiver (RWR) / Laser Warning Receiver (LWR)

14.5.5.3.2.18.Radio Frequency Countermeasures (RFCM)

14.5.5.3.2.19.Resilience-in-Depth Cyber Systems

14.5.5.3.2.20.Signal Jammers

14.5.5.3.2.21.Others

14.5.6.Rest of Middle East & Africa
14.5.6.1.Rest of Middle East & Africa Electronic Warfare Market Revenue (US$ Mn) and Forecasts, By Component
14.5.6.1.1.Electronic Attack

14.5.6.1.2.Electronic Protection

14.5.6.1.3.Electronic Support

14.5.6.1.4.Mission Support

14.5.6.2.Rest of Middle East & Africa Electronic Warfare Market Revenue (US$ Mn) and Forecasts, By Platform
14.5.6.2.1.Ground-Based

14.5.6.2.2.Naval

14.5.6.2.3.Air Based

14.5.6.2.4.Cyber

14.5.6.3.Rest of Middle East & Africa Electronic Warfare Market Revenue (US$ Mn) and Forecasts, By Offering
14.5.6.3.1.Solutions

14.5.6.3.2.Devices/Systems
14.5.6.3.2.1.Advanced Threat Infrared Countermeasures (ATIRCM)

14.5.6.3.2.2.Antennas / Antenna Arrays

14.5.6.3.2.3.Anti-Jam Electronic Protection Systems

14.5.6.3.2.4.Anti-Radiation Missiles (ARM)

14.5.6.3.2.5.Common Missile Warning Systems (CMWS)

14.5.6.3.2.6.Countermeasures Dispenser Systems (CMDS)

14.5.6.3.2.7.Digital Electronic Warfare Systems (DEWS)

14.5.6.3.2.8.Directed Energy Weapons

14.5.6.3.2.9.Directional Infrared Countermeasures (DIRCM)

14.5.6.3.2.10.Electronic Warfare Self-Protection (EWSP) Suites

14.5.6.3.2.11.Electromagnetic Shielding / Hardening

14.5.6.3.2.12.Emissions Control (EMCON) Systems

14.5.6.3.2.13.Geospatial Location and Exploitation Systems

14.5.6.3.2.14.Identification Friend or Foe (IFF) Systems

14.5.6.3.2.15.Infrared (IR) Missile Warning System

14.5.6.3.2.16.Passive Active Warning Survivability Systems

14.5.6.3.2.17.Radar Warning Receiver (RWR) / Laser Warning Receiver (LWR)

14.5.6.3.2.18.Radio Frequency Countermeasures (RFCM)

14.5.6.3.2.19.Resilience-in-Depth Cyber Systems

14.5.6.3.2.20.Signal Jammers

14.5.6.3.2.21.Others

14.6.Key Segment for Channeling Investments
14.6.1.By Country

14.6.2.By Component

14.6.3.By Platform

14.6.4.By Offering

15.Latin America Electronic Warfare Market Analysis and Forecasts, 2024 – 2034
15.1.Overview
15.1.1.Latin America Electronic Warfare Market Revenue (US$ Mn)

15.2.Latin America Electronic Warfare Market Revenue (US$ Mn) and Forecasts, By Component
15.2.1.Electronic Attack

15.2.2.Electronic Protection

15.2.3.Electronic Support

15.2.4.Mission Support

15.3.Latin America Electronic Warfare Market Revenue (US$ Mn) and Forecasts, By Platform
15.3.1.Ground-Based

15.3.2.Naval

15.3.3.Air Based

15.3.4.Cyber

15.4.Latin America Electronic Warfare Market Revenue (US$ Mn) and Forecasts, By Offering
15.4.1.Solutions

15.4.2.Devices/Systems
15.4.2.1.Advanced Threat Infrared Countermeasures (ATIRCM)

15.4.2.2.Antennas / Antenna Arrays

15.4.2.3.Anti-Jam Electronic Protection Systems

15.4.2.4.Anti-Radiation Missiles (ARM)

15.4.2.5.Common Missile Warning Systems (CMWS)

15.4.2.6.Countermeasures Dispenser Systems (CMDS)

15.4.2.7.Digital Electronic Warfare Systems (DEWS)

15.4.2.8.Directed Energy Weapons

15.4.2.9.Directional Infrared Countermeasures (DIRCM)

15.4.2.10.Electronic Warfare Self-Protection (EWSP) Suites

15.4.2.11.Electromagnetic Shielding / Hardening

15.4.2.12.Emissions Control (EMCON) Systems

15.4.2.13.Geospatial Location and Exploitation Systems

15.4.2.14.Identification Friend or Foe (IFF) Systems

15.4.2.15.Infrared (IR) Missile Warning System

15.4.2.16.Passive Active Warning Survivability Systems

15.4.2.17.Radar Warning Receiver (RWR) / Laser Warning Receiver (LWR)

15.4.2.18.Radio Frequency Countermeasures (RFCM)

15.4.2.19.Resilience-in-Depth Cyber Systems

15.4.2.20.Signal Jammers

15.4.2.21.Others

15.5.Latin America Electronic Warfare Market Revenue (US$ Mn) and Forecasts, By Country
15.5.1.Brazil
15.5.1.1.Brazil Electronic Warfare Market Revenue (US$ Mn) and Forecasts, By Component
15.5.1.1.1.Electronic Attack

15.5.1.1.2.Electronic Protection

15.5.1.1.3.Electronic Support

15.5.1.1.4.Mission Support

15.5.1.2.Brazil Electronic Warfare Market Revenue (US$ Mn) and Forecasts, By Platform
15.5.1.2.1.Ground-Based

15.5.1.2.2.Naval

15.5.1.2.3.Air Based

15.5.1.2.4.Cyber

15.5.1.3.Brazil Electronic Warfare Market Revenue (US$ Mn) and Forecasts, By Offering
15.5.1.3.1.Solutions

15.5.1.3.2.Devices/Systems
15.5.1.3.2.1.Advanced Threat Infrared Countermeasures (ATIRCM)

15.5.1.3.2.2.Antennas / Antenna Arrays

15.5.1.3.2.3.Anti-Jam Electronic Protection Systems

15.5.1.3.2.4.Anti-Radiation Missiles (ARM)

15.5.1.3.2.5.Common Missile Warning Systems (CMWS)

15.5.1.3.2.6.Countermeasures Dispenser Systems (CMDS)

15.5.1.3.2.7.Digital Electronic Warfare Systems (DEWS)

15.5.1.3.2.8.Directed Energy Weapons

15.5.1.3.2.9.Directional Infrared Countermeasures (DIRCM)

15.5.1.3.2.10.Electronic Warfare Self-Protection (EWSP) Suites

15.5.1.3.2.11.Electromagnetic Shielding / Hardening

15.5.1.3.2.12.Emissions Control (EMCON) Systems

15.5.1.3.2.13.Geospatial Location and Exploitation Systems

15.5.1.3.2.14.Identification Friend or Foe (IFF) Systems

15.5.1.3.2.15.Infrared (IR) Missile Warning System

15.5.1.3.2.16.Passive Active Warning Survivability Systems

15.5.1.3.2.17.Radar Warning Receiver (RWR) / Laser Warning Receiver (LWR)

15.5.1.3.2.18.Radio Frequency Countermeasures (RFCM)

15.5.1.3.2.19.Resilience-in-Depth Cyber Systems

15.5.1.3.2.20.Signal Jammers

15.5.1.3.2.21.Others

15.5.2.Argentina
15.5.2.1.Argentina Electronic Warfare Market Revenue (US$ Mn) and Forecasts, By Component
15.5.2.1.1.Electronic Attack

15.5.2.1.2.Electronic Protection

15.5.2.1.3.Electronic Support

15.5.2.1.4.Mission Support

15.5.2.2.Argentina Electronic Warfare Market Revenue (US$ Mn) and Forecasts, By Platform
15.5.2.2.1.Ground-Based

15.5.2.2.2.Naval

15.5.2.2.3.Air Based

15.5.2.2.4.Cyber

15.5.2.3.Argentina Electronic Warfare Market Revenue (US$ Mn) and Forecasts, By Offering
15.5.2.3.1.Solutions

15.5.2.3.2.Devices/Systems
15.5.2.3.2.1.Advanced Threat Infrared Countermeasures (ATIRCM)

15.5.2.3.2.2.Antennas / Antenna Arrays

15.5.2.3.2.3.Anti-Jam Electronic Protection Systems

15.5.2.3.2.4.Anti-Radiation Missiles (ARM)

15.5.2.3.2.5.Common Missile Warning Systems (CMWS)

15.5.2.3.2.6.Countermeasures Dispenser Systems (CMDS)

15.5.2.3.2.7.Digital Electronic Warfare Systems (DEWS)

15.5.2.3.2.8.Directed Energy Weapons

15.5.2.3.2.9.Directional Infrared Countermeasures (DIRCM)

15.5.2.3.2.10.Electronic Warfare Self-Protection (EWSP) Suites

15.5.2.3.2.11.Electromagnetic Shielding / Hardening

15.5.2.3.2.12.Emissions Control (EMCON) Systems

15.5.2.3.2.13.Geospatial Location and Exploitation Systems

15.5.2.3.2.14.Identification Friend or Foe (IFF) Systems

15.5.2.3.2.15.Infrared (IR) Missile Warning System

15.5.2.3.2.16.Passive Active Warning Survivability Systems

15.5.2.3.2.17.Radar Warning Receiver (RWR) / Laser Warning Receiver (LWR)

15.5.2.3.2.18.Radio Frequency Countermeasures (RFCM)

15.5.2.3.2.19.Resilience-in-Depth Cyber Systems

15.5.2.3.2.20.Signal Jammers

15.5.2.3.2.21.Others

15.5.3.Rest of Latin America
15.5.3.1.Rest of Latin America Electronic Warfare Market Revenue (US$ Mn) and Forecasts, By Component
15.5.3.1.1.Electronic Attack

15.5.3.1.2.Electronic Protection

15.5.3.1.3.Electronic Support

15.5.3.1.4.Mission Support

15.5.3.2.Rest of Latin America Electronic Warfare Market Revenue (US$ Mn) and Forecasts, By Platform
15.5.3.2.1.Ground-Based

15.5.3.2.2.Naval

15.5.3.2.3.Air Based

15.5.3.2.4.Cyber

15.5.3.3.Rest of Latin America Electronic Warfare Market Revenue (US$ Mn) and Forecasts, By Offering
15.5.3.3.1.Solutions

15.5.3.3.2.Devices/Systems
15.5.3.3.2.1.Advanced Threat Infrared Countermeasures (ATIRCM)

15.5.3.3.2.2.Antennas / Antenna Arrays

15.5.3.3.2.3.Anti-Jam Electronic Protection Systems

15.5.3.3.2.4.Anti-Radiation Missiles (ARM)

15.5.3.3.2.5.Common Missile Warning Systems (CMWS)

15.5.3.3.2.6.Countermeasures Dispenser Systems (CMDS)

15.5.3.3.2.7.Digital Electronic Warfare Systems (DEWS)

15.5.3.3.2.8.Directed Energy Weapons

15.5.3.3.2.9.Directional Infrared Countermeasures (DIRCM)

15.5.3.3.2.10.Electronic Warfare Self-Protection (EWSP) Suites

15.5.3.3.2.11.Electromagnetic Shielding / Hardening

15.5.3.3.2.12.Emissions Control (EMCON) Systems

15.5.3.3.2.13.Geospatial Location and Exploitation Systems

15.5.3.3.2.14.Identification Friend or Foe (IFF) Systems

15.5.3.3.2.15.Infrared (IR) Missile Warning System

15.5.3.3.2.16.Passive Active Warning Survivability Systems

15.5.3.3.2.17.Radar Warning Receiver (RWR) / Laser Warning Receiver (LWR)

15.5.3.3.2.18.Radio Frequency Countermeasures (RFCM)

15.5.3.3.2.19.Resilience-in-Depth Cyber Systems

15.5.3.3.2.20.Signal Jammers

15.5.3.3.2.21.Others

15.6.Key Segment for Channeling Investments
15.6.1.By Country

15.6.2.By Component

15.6.3.By Platform

15.6.4.By Offering

16.Competitive Benchmarking
16.1.Brand Benchmarking

16.2.Market Share Analysis, 2023

16.3.Global Presence and Growth Strategies
16.3.1.Mergers and Acquisitions

16.3.2.Product Launches

16.3.3.Investments Trends

16.3.4.R&D Initiatives

17.Player Profiles
17.1.BAE Systems plc
17.1.1.Company Details

17.1.2.Company Overview

17.1.3.Product Offerings

17.1.4.Key Developments

17.1.5.Financial Analysis

17.1.6.SWOT Analysis

17.1.7.Business Strategies

17.2.Elbit Systems Ltd.
17.2.1.Company Details

17.2.2.Company Overview

17.2.3.Product Offerings

17.2.4.Key Developments

17.2.5.Financial Analysis

17.2.6.SWOT Analysis

17.2.7.Business Strategies

17.3.General Dynamics Corporation
17.3.1.Company Details

17.3.2.Company Overview

17.3.3.Product Offerings

17.3.4.Key Developments

17.3.5.Financial Analysis

17.3.6.SWOT Analysis

17.3.7.Business Strategies

17.4.HENSOLDT 
17.4.1.Company Details

17.4.2.Company Overview

17.4.3.Product Offerings

17.4.4.Key Developments

17.4.5.Financial Analysis

17.4.6.SWOT Analysis

17.4.7.Business Strategies

17.5.Israel Aerospace Industries Ltd.
17.5.1.Company Details

17.5.2.Company Overview

17.5.3.Product Offerings

17.5.4.Key Developments

17.5.5.Financial Analysis

17.5.6.SWOT Analysis

17.5.7.Business Strategies

17.6.L3Harris Technologies Inc.
17.6.1.Company Details

17.6.2.Company Overview

17.6.3.Product Offerings

17.6.4.Key Developments

17.6.5.Financial Analysis

17.6.6.SWOT Analysis

17.6.7.Business Strategies

17.7.Leonardo SpA
17.7.1.Company Details

17.7.2.Company Overview

17.7.3.Product Offerings

17.7.4.Key Developments

17.7.5.Financial Analysis

17.7.6.SWOT Analysis

17.7.7.Business Strategies

17.8.Lockheed Martin Corporation
17.8.1.Company Details

17.8.2.Company Overview

17.8.3.Product Offerings

17.8.4.Key Developments

17.8.5.Financial Analysis

17.8.6.SWOT Analysis

17.8.7.Business Strategies

17.9.Northrop Grumman Corporation
17.9.1.Company Details

17.9.2.Company Overview

17.9.3.Product Offerings

17.9.4.Key Developments

17.9.5.Financial Analysis

17.9.6.SWOT Analysis

17.9.7.Business Strategies

17.10.Raytheon Technologies Corporation
17.10.1.Company Details

17.10.2.Company Overview

17.10.3.Product Offerings

17.10.4.Key Developments

17.10.5.Financial Analysis

17.10.6.SWOT Analysis

17.10.7.Business Strategies

17.11.SAAB AB
17.11.1.Company Details

17.11.2.Company Overview

17.11.3.Product Offerings

17.11.4.Key Developments

17.11.5.Financial Analysis

17.11.6.SWOT Analysis

17.11.7.Business Strategies

17.12.Thales Group
17.12.1.Company Details

17.12.2.Company Overview

17.12.3.Product Offerings

17.12.4.Key Developments

17.12.5.Financial Analysis

17.12.6.SWOT Analysis

17.12.7.Business Strategies

17.13.Other Industry Participants

18.Key Findings

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Note: This ToC is tentative and can be changed according to the research study conducted during the course of report completion.

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Global Electronic Warfare Market Scope

By Component

  • Electronic Attack
  • Electronic Protection
  • Electronic Support
  • Mission Support

By Platform

  • Ground-Based
  • Naval
  • Air Based
  • Cyber

By Offering

  • Solutions
  • Devices/Systems
    • Advanced Threat Infrared Countermeasures (ATIRCM)
    • Antennas / Antenna Arrays
    • Anti-Jam Electronic Protection Systems
    • Anti-Radiation Missiles (ARM)
    • Common Missile Warning Systems (CMWS)
    • Countermeasures Dispenser Systems (CMDS)
    • Digital Electronic Warfare Systems (DEWS)
    • Directed Energy Weapons
    • Directional Infrared Countermeasures (DIRCM)
    • Electronic Warfare Self-Protection (EWSP) Suites
    • Electromagnetic Shielding / Hardening
    • Emissions Control (EMCON) Systems
    • Geospatial Location and Exploitation Systems
    • Identification Friend or Foe (IFF) Systems
    • Infrared (IR) Missile Warning System
    • Passive Active Warning Survivability Systems
    • Radar Warning Receiver (RWR) / Laser Warning Receiver (LWR)
    • Radio Frequency Countermeasures (RFCM)
    • Resilience-in-Depth Cyber Systems
    • Signal Jammers
    • Others

By Region

  • North America (U.S., Canada, Mexico, Rest of North America)
  • Europe (France, The UK, Spain, Germany, Italy, Nordic Countries (Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Sweden, Norway), Benelux Union (Belgium, The Netherlands, Luxembourg), Rest of Europe)
  • Asia Pacific (China, Japan, India, New Zealand, Australia, South Korea, Southeast Asia (Indonesia, Thailand, Malaysia, Singapore, Rest of Southeast Asia), Rest of Asia Pacific)
  • Middle East & Africa (Saudi Arabia, UAE, Egypt, Kuwait, South Africa, Rest of Middle East & Africa)
  • Latin America (Brazil, Argentina, Rest of Latin America)

The Niche Research approach encompasses both primary and secondary research methods to provide comprehensive insights. While primary research is the cornerstone of our studies, we also incorporate secondary research sources such as company annual reports, premium industry databases, press releases, industry journals, and white papers.

Within our primary research, we actively engage with various industry stakeholders, conducting paid interviews and surveys. Our meticulous analysis extends to every market participant in major countries, allowing us to thoroughly examine their portfolios, calculate market shares, and segment revenues.

Our data collection primarily focuses on individual countries within our research scope, enabling us to estimate regional market sizes. Typically, we employ a bottom-up approach, meticulously tracking trends in different countries. We analyze growth drivers, constraints, technological innovations, and opportunities for each country, ultimately arriving at regional figures.Our process begins by examining the growth prospects of each country. Building upon these insights, we project growth and trends for the entire region. Finally, we utilize our proprietary model to refine estimations and forecasts.

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