Electronic warfare (EW) is refer as any action which involves the use of the electromagnetic spectrum that is EM spectrum or directed energy for controlling the spectrum, attack an enemy, or impede assaults of the enemy . The basic purpose of electronic warfare is for denying opponent the advantage of and ensure the friendly unimpeded access to EM spectrum. Electronic Warfare can be applied from air, land, sea, and/or space by manned systems and unmanned systems, and can target the humans, radar, communication, or other assets that are military and civilian.
- Increasing Demand for Battlespace Awareness among Defense Forces
- Ongoing Advancements in Electronic Warfare Technology
- Huge Demand Due To Growing Terrorism Threats and Regional Conflicts among the Neighboring Countries
- Rapid Growth in Situational Awareness
- Scarcity of Resources to Manage the Change in Technological Environment
- Low Awareness about the Applications
Demand for New Generation Air and Missile Electronic Warfare Systems
Manufacturers Covered in the Study are:
Elbit Systems (Israel), Israel Aerospace Industries (Israel), Lockheed Martin (United States), Boeing (United States), Saab (Sweden), Thales (France), Textron (United States), Bae Systems (United Kingdom), Raytheon (United States) and L3 Technologies (United States)
List of players that can be included in the study on immediate basis are Rockwell Collins (United States), Teledyne Technologies (United States), Harris (United States) and General Dynamics (United States).