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TMCNet:  Research and Markets: Global Fiber Optics Market in Military & Aerospace Avionic Systems Report

[April 10, 2014]

Research and Markets: Global Fiber Optics Market in Military & Aerospace Avionic Systems Report

DUBLIN --(Business Wire)--

Research and Markets ( has announced the addition of the "Military & Aerospace Fiber Optics Market Report Series - Vol. 1 - Market for Fiber Optics in Military & Aerospace Avionic Systems" report to their offering.

This is the only available market research study devoted to Military and Aerospace Fiber Optics in Avionic Systems. The report includes both military and commercial aircraft including fighter aircraft, transport aircraft, UAVs and commercial aircraft. IGIC estimates the total fiber optic market for these two markets at $306 million in 2009, growing to $775 million in 2015.

This increase in total market is due to a nmber of factors including greater acceptance of this new technology driven by the rapid acceptance and developments in the telecommunications field. Other factors include the need to reduce size and weight, the need for higher bandwidth, and the opening of the UAV market. Despite the desire to use more fiber in aircraft, specific military and aerospace requirements present major barriers.

These include the unavailability of COTS, lack of hardened components for the military and aerospace environment, available test and maintenance procedures and the availability of low cost, easy to use test and measurement equipment.

Key Topics Covered:

1.0 History of Fiber Optics in Avionics for Military and Commercial Aircraft

2.0 Advantages of Fiber Optics on Existing Copper Media and Trends in Aircraft Construction

3.0 Current Fiber Optics in Aircraft

4.0 Potential weight savings using fiber optics in aircraft

5.0 Special Characteristics of Aircraft Wiring

6.0 Market for Fiber Optics in Aircraft

7.0 Military and Commercial Systems that Have Fiber Optic Data Links Installed

8.0 Fiber Optics in Commercial Aircraft

9.0 Forecasts of Military and Commercial Aircraft and Fiber Optics Markets

10.0 Military Avionics R&D Programs

11.0 Fiber Used in Military and Aerospace Applications

12.0 Bandwidth (News - Alert) Requirements

13.0 Space Avionics

14.0 Fiber-optic Sensors

15.0 Contacts

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