Aerospace, Defense & Security
The Frost & Sullivan Aerospace, Defense & Security practice provides global market intelligence, thought leadership to execute key growth opportunities, and bespoke advisory services across six main program areas, namely: Aerospace Systems, Airlines & Airports, Defense, Security, Space and Unmanned Systems. Our Growth Partnership Services and interactive workshops help our clients identify and analyse the impact of evolving Mega Trends on operational environments, end-user needs and supply chain, and build digital transformation enhanced innovative business models.
Understand the impact of new technologies and business models generating market opportunities for new and existing players in the aerospace market.
AIRLINES & AIRPORTS
Enhance your understanding of all elements of airline and airport operations, through market analysis and benchmarking initiatives.
Analyze a revitalized defense industry across all major segments, and find opportunities in a transitioning competitive landscape.
Understand the impact of evolving operational requirements and technologies in the critical national infrastructure, public safety, and digital security domains.
Identify opportunities with in-depth analysis of the space industry value chain from manufacturing to launch to downstream services across existing and emerging applications.
Identify opportunities in a dynamically evolving end-user environment, analyzing new applications, competitor environment and business models across military, civil and commercial segments.
News, Events & Resources
Commercial Aircraft Production to Hit Record High with Renewed Competition between Airbus and Boeing
Digitalisation of platforms helps OEMs find a wide range of application opportunities, finds Frost & Sullivan LONDON, U.K. – 13 June, 2019 – The revival of competition between Boeing and Airbus is expected to result in record delivery of the highly popular...read more
The cloud is omnipresent in the headlines as a brand new and must-adopt-technology, but it has been there for a while. Cloud is a fancy name for online services and powerful data servers and processors behind. So, technically, as the experts put it, there is no cloud.read more
The UK government has recently announced that operators controlling or involved in spaceport business models can apply for GBP 2 million to initiate an effort to realize commercial scheduled operations in the air-launched rocket segment of launch services.read more