Unattended Ground Sensors (UGS) Market By Sensor Type (Seismic, Acoustic, Magnetic, and Infrared), by Deployment (Air-Delivered and Hand-Emplaced), by End User (Military, Public Security, Critical Infrastructure, and Utilities), & Region (North America, Asia-Pacific, Europe, Middle East & Africa, and Latin America)—Forecast till 2025 by MRFR with latest analysis
Unattended ground sensors (UGS) are deployed on open grounds and operate uninhibited without human interference. These devices have the capacity to detect infrared (IR), magnetic, radio-frequency (RF) resonance, electro-optical (EO) imaging, imaging infrared (IIR), acoustic, mechanical, pressure, chemical/biological/nuclear, and seismic waves and prevent incoming threats.
The unattended ground sensors market is projected to accrue revenues at 5% CAGR from 2018 to 2023 (forecast period), as per the latest report by Market Research Future (MRFR). The inflated defense expenditure of nations to protect themselves from threats due to border tensions and geopolitical factors can drive market growth. The need for active and real-time intelligence for security purposes is expected to provide the market scope in public security, surveillance, and commercial applications.
Technological advances in sensors to discern between humans and animals is expected to be the tipping point in the market. Furthermore, the move by chip manufacturers to shrink the size of sensors will propel market demand in the coming years. The continuous evolution of expendable unattended ground sensor (E-UGS) is likely to pave open a new path for the market. For the instance, the E-UGS by Pathfinder can detect footsteps or sudden movement and transmit the information to a control station in a remote location.
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Prominent names include Thales Group, Harris Corporation, Northrop Grumman Corporation, Elbit Systems, Domo Tactical Communications, Leonardo S.p.A, L3 Technologies, Inc., Applied Research Associates, Lockheed Martin Corporation, Raytheon Company, and Textron Inc. These players are partnering with open source system developers for creating platforms which can gel with the latest unattended ground sensors. This move could portend a drop in the production cost of these sensors and lead to higher penetration in high-security applications.
The worldwide unattended ground sensors market is segmented by type, deployment, and end-user.
Types of UGSs include seismic, acoustic, magnetic, and infrared. Seismic sensors are expected to be the dominating segment over the assessment period owing to its demand in underwater surveillance missions. Other drivers of the segment include tamper-proof protection, high accuracy, and low production cost. On the other hand, infrared sensors can exhibit a strong CAGR over the assessment period by identifying unwanted intruders.
Two major modes of deployment comprise hand-emplaced and air-delivered.
End-users in the market include security and critical infrastructure. The security segment is expected to contribute significant revenue to the unattended ground sensors market due to the capacity of these sensors in creating a trustworthy defense system covering a certain perimeter. The application of UGSs in protecting military and commercial establishments is projected to drive the segment growth over the forecast period.
Geographically, the unattended ground sensors market covers investment opportunities in North America, South America, Asia Pacific (APAC), the Middle East & Africa, and Europe.
The North America region is predicted to possess the largest potential due to demand from the military in Canada and the U.S. High investments by these countries for defending their borders is the major driver of the regional market growth.
The APAC region can exhibit a robust growth rate over the forecast period thanks to large potential in China, India, and Japan. Advances in electronic warfare is likely to trigger the demand in the unattended ground sensors market.
In 2019, Bertin Technologies and its subsidiary, Exensor, agreed to combine their technology and personnel to create a brand-new product portfolio of unattended ground sensors. The Exensor Flexnet platform is compatible with receiving data from third-party sensors and highly suitable for day/night covert operations.
In 2019, Raytheon was awarded a contract by a Middle Eastern nation for designing a defense system capable of protecting the borders. The system included a combination of unattended ground sensors and electro-optical infrared cameras which can prevent intruders.
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