5G In Defense Global Market Report 2021: COVID-19 Growth
New York, July 9, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – Reportlinker.com announces the release of the report “5G In Defense Global Market Report 2021: COVID-19 Growth And Change” – https://www.reportlinker.com/p06103748/?utm_source=GNW
Global 5G in the defense market is expected to grow from $ 39.62 million in 2020 to $ 71.24 million in 2021 at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 79.82%. The growth is mainly due to the high speed, low latency offered by 5G and the growing adoption of stand-alone and connected security devices. The market is expected to reach $ 646.61 million in 2025 at a CAGR of 73.57%.
The 5G defense market consists of sales of 5G technology and services by entities (organizations, sole traders and partnerships) that provide 5G technologies and services for military and internal security. 5G Defense is expected to improve intelligence, intelligence and surveillance systems and processing, streamline logistics systems for increased efficiency, and enable new methods of control and management. 5G in protection is used to transfer video, text, images and voice data with a faster bandwidth than 300 GHz to create on-demand data for the battlefield.
The main types of communication infrastructure for 5G in protection are small cells, macrocell, radio access network (RAN). The small cellular infrastructure uses wireless receivers and transmitters to provide network coverage to smaller areas.
The macrocell provides radio coverage for cellular networks through large towers and antennas over a wider area. The Radio Access Network (RAN) connects individual devices to other parts of the network via radio links.
The various network technologies in 5G in protection include software-defined networks (SDN), fog computing (FC), mobile edge compute (MEC), network function virtualization (NFV). The different types of networks used include enhanced mobile broadband (eMBB), ultra-reliable low latency communication (URLLC) and massive machine-type communication (MMTC). 5G in defense is used in areas such as military and internal security.
North America was the largest 5G region in the defense market in 2020. The Asia-Pacific region is expected to report the fastest growth over the forecast period.
The regions covered in this report are Asia and the Pacific, Western Europe, Eastern Europe, North America, South America, the Middle East and Africa.
Data security concerns have acted as a constraint on the 5G defense market over the historical period. The defense sector maintains confidential information and says that data from other devices can pose threats to national security.
The defense sector would not want to procure hardware and solutions from unreliable sources where data security could be an issue. For example, in 2019, the United States banned the use of telecommunications equipment, including 5G infrastructure, by a Chinese 5G provider, Huawei cited a risk to national security and an unacceptable risk to military personnel, information and mission.
In September 2020, Ericsson, a Swedish-based network and telecommunications company, acquired Cradlepoint for $ 1.1 billion per enterprise. Cradlepoint became wholly owned by Ericsson, retaining its current name. Through this acquisition, the merged entity could increase its 5G business offerings. Cradlepoint is a US-based technology company that develops cloud-based wireless networking equipment. The company offers extended network access for military bases, disaster response and other agencies that require extremely secure and reliable access to critical information and applications.
The growing use of autonomous systems and related devices is expected to stimulate the growth of 5G in the defense market over the forecast period. various robotic combat vehicles (RCVs) with various autonomous capabilities, such as navigation, surveillance and removal of IEDs.
These devices will additionally accompany the manned combat vehicle. The Navy has also set up a Rapid Autonomy Integration Laboratory (RAIL) to design, evaluate, certify and implement new and modernized autonomous systems.
The 5G network is said to have increased the efficiency of autonomous systems by providing faster speeds and greater bandwidth. Therefore, the increase in the use of autonomous systems and connected devices, attributed to their better and improved performance using the 5G network, is expected to stimulate the growth of 5G in the defense market.
Major players operating in the industry are undertaking strategic cooperation to develop new technologies for the defense sector. The companies are focusing on developing technologies such as 5G new radio (NR) and cellular technology for everything (C-V2X), which is in high demand in 5G in the defense market.
For example, in February 2021, Leonardo, an Italian company specializing in the aerospace, defense and security industry and O2, a UK-based telecommunications service provider, announced a joint partnership to investigate the use of 5G private networks in the defense and security market. The Scottish-based Innovation and Technology Center for Innovation and Technology will work with O2 to highlight the benefits of 5G technology.
O2 plans to offer a secure 5G private network, as well as a variety of Industry 4.0 applications for evaluation. Moreover, the Norwegian army is experimenting with 5G technologies, including advanced and demonstration programs, including the 5G-VINNI project, which integrates and tests modern and robust defense speech and data systems. Many of these initiatives are implemented in partnership with trade stakeholders and companies.
The countries covered by the 5g report in the defense market are Australia, Brazil, China, France, Germany, India, Indonesia, Japan, Russia, South Korea, the United Kingdom and the United States.
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