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Smart Weapons Forecast and Outlook: 2019 - 2029



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Report Summary:

Smart weapons expenditures proved resilient to COVID-induced supply chain disruptions in 2020. We expect the spending in this segment will grow to $63 billion in 2029. The need to do more with less, escalating regional tensions, the Great Power Competition and a desire to modernize capabilities will all drive the growth of smart weapons. 
Table of Contents

Contents
1. Executive Summary 5
2. Introduction 6
3. Smart Weapons Outlook 6
3.1 Overview 6
3.2 Total Smart Weapons Market 7
3.2.1 Smart Weapons Outlook by Domain 8
3.2.2 Smart Weapons Outlook by Region 12
3.2.3 Smart Weapons Outlook by Function 14
3.2.3.1 Surface to Air Missiles (SAM) 15
3.2.3.2 Surface-to-Surface Missiles (SSM) 16
3.2.3.3 Air-to-Surface Missiles (ASM) 16
3.2.3.4 Air to Surface Bombs (ASB) 16
3.2.3.5 Air to Air Missiles (AAM) 17
3.2.3.6 Precision Artillery Munitions (PAM) 17
3.2.3.7 Anti-tank Munitions (ATM) 17
3.2.3.8 Torpedo 18
3.2.3.9 Laser Weapons (LaWS) 18
3.2.3.10 Electro-magnetic Pulsed Weapons (EMPW) 19
3.2.3.11 Smart Bullets/Smart Projectiles (SB/SP) 19
3.2.4 Smart Weapons Outlook by Navigational/Guidance Systems (NGS) 20
3.2.4.1 Satellite-based Navigational/Guidance Systems 21
3.2.4.2 INS (Inertial Navigation Systems) 22
3.2.4.3 Radar (Active/Semi-active) 22
3.2.4.4 EOIR (Electro-optic/Infrared) 23
3.2.4.5 Acoustic/Sonar Guidance 23
3.3 Smart Weapons Sub-Systems Content 24
3.3.1 Fuze Assembly 25
3.3.2 Propulsion Systems 26
3.3.3 Battery/Power Systems 26
3.3.4 Control Systems 27
3.3.5 Computer Systems 27
3.3.6 Datalinks 27
3.3.7 Electronic Attack (EA) Systems 28
3.3.8 Navigation and Guidance Systems (NGS) 29
3.3.8.1 Satellite 29
3.3.8.2 INS (Inertial Navigation Systems) 29
3.3.8.3 Radar (Active/semi-active) 30
3.3.8.4 IR/IIR (Infrared/Imaging Infrared) 30
3.3.8.5 Laser Guidance 30
3.3.8.6 TV/CCD (Television/Charged Coupled Device) 30
3.3.8.7 Acoustic/Sonar 30
3.3.9 Target Seeker Sub-System Demand 31
3.3.9.1 Radar (Active radar) Seeker 32
3.3.9.2 IR/IIR (Infrared/Imaging Infrared-Cooled/Uncooled) Seeker 32
3.3.9.3 Laser Seeker 32
3.3.9.4 TV/CCD (Television/Charged Coupled Device) 32
3.3.9.5 Acoustic/Sonar Array-based Seeker 33
4. Conclusions 33
5. Appendix 34
5.1 Navigational and Guidance System Examples 34
5.1.1 Land 34
5.1.2 Airborne 35
5.1.3 Shipborne 37
6. Analyst Contacts 40

Table of Exhibits
Exhibit 1 Smart Weapons Spending Outlook 8
Exhibit 2 Smart Weapons Spending Outlook by Domain 8
Exhibit 3 Smart Weapons Shipment Outlook by Domain 11
Exhibit 4 Regional Smart Weapons Spending Outlook 12
Exhibit 5 Smart Weapons Spending Outlook by Functions 15
Exhibit 6 Smart Weapons Shipment Outlook by Functions 20
Exhibit 7 Smart Weapons Expenditure by Guidance System 21
Exhibit 8 Smart Weapons Shipments by Guidance System 24
Exhibit 9 Smart Weapons Component Expenditures 25
Exhibit 10 Smart Weapons Component Shipments 26
Exhibit 11 Smart Weapons NGS Sub-System Expenditures ($Million) 29
Exhibit 12 Smart Weapons Guidance Shipments 31
Exhibit 13 Smart Weapons Target Seeker Demand ($Million) 32
Exhibit 14 Smart Weapons Target Seeker Shipments 33
Exhibit 15 Land Smart Weapons Navigation and Guidance Systems 34
Exhibit 16 Airborne Smart Weapons Navigation and Guidance Systems 35
Exhibit 17 Shipborne Smart Weapons Navigation and Guidance Systems 37

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