How the Navy Plans To Integrate Unmanned Vehicles in Their Manned Fleet: Ken Research

Ken Research’s Unmanned Surface Vehicles (USVs) for Defense & Security: Global Market 2017-2025 by Application, Vehicle Type, Size, Propulsion System and Region gives a detailed analysis on the global market for unmanned surface vehicles. The report also covers current competitive scenario and the predicted manufacture trend; and profiles global USV vendors including market leaders and important emerging players. Specifically, potential risks associated with investing in global defense & security USVs market are assayed quantitatively and qualitatively through GMD’s Risk Assessment System. According to the risk analysis and evaluation, Critical Success Factors (CSFs) are generated as a guidance to help investors & stockholders manage and minimize the risks, develop appropriate business models, and make wise strategies and decisions. The top players in the market are 5G International Inc., ASV Unmanned Marine Systems, Atlas Electronic GmbH, ECA Group, Elbit Systems Ltd., Israel Aerospace Industries Ltd., Liquid Robotics, Marine Tech SAS, Rafael Advanced Defense Systems Ltd., SimpleUnmanned, LLC. And Textron Inc.

How the Navy Plans To Integrate Unmanned Vehicles in Their Manned Fleet: Ken Research

Increasingly, many countries are looking to integrate unmanned surface vehicles into their future fleet. Though the defense prefers not to have them completely unmanned initially, on grounds of better understanding of technology, it will soon evolve into fully unmanned surface vehicles. Until then, USVs will be complemented with troops near them. The reason for using USVs in navy is for distributed maritime operations. During fights that are at high magnitude, electronic signals like anti- air radars, high energy will be vulnerable to electronic intelligence. This risk needs to be kept under controlled and USVs are likely to serve as sensors and shooters that will help in mitigating the risks and also protecting large manned surface combatants. Meanwhile, the humans in other manned vehicles will serve for command and control and their roles will diminish while drones and USVs will take over the operations. There are few important areas that are being worked upon currently – USVs that can distribute large fires and sensors, smaller USVs that carry smaller sensors and warfare equipment, Small USVs that relay communication on manned surface combatants and much smaller USVs that serve as intelligence, surveillance platforms.

USVs are game changing technology in the naval front. They will help in increasing situational awareness and control over the seas. The inclusion of USVs in the fleet will be the shift towards lesser dependency on massive, multi – mission surface combatants with sensors and weapons. USVs are increasingly becoming smaller and are able to integrate all the functions expected in defense duties. However, few areas that are of concern include safety, reliability, integrating USVs with manned platforms and launching mine – hunting drones from USVs.

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