The shift from PNT data supremacy to a decisive factor for electronic warfare makes Military GNSS Anti-jamming systems acquire many new tools and technologies. Military GNSS Anti-jamming technology has taken conventional military operations to the next level and has uplifted the face of modern electronic warfare.
Withdrawal of the US and NATO forces from Afghanistan and establishing the rule of the Taliban has opened new avenues for China, Pakistan and Russia. China is extending a friendly hand with the Taliban and the Taliban has eventually agreed to support China in its ambitious ‘One Belt, One Road‘ project. And Talibanist might support the free Kashmir agenda of Pakistan. There is going to be a massive change in electronic warfare (EW) investments in the Asian markets.
Japan, South Korea, East Asian countries, and the US and NATO forces are increasing investments in electronic warfare because of Russian activities in the Arctic Ocean, China’s intervention in the South China Sea and North Korea’s unpredictable behavior.
On the other hand, after the withdrawal of forces from Afghanistan, the US will divert its budgets on EW, especially investments in space programs and space-enabled electronic warfare. It might divert the funds from Afghanistan to the South China Sea for investing in maritime PNT data accuracy and precision.
On this background demand for assured and precise PNT data grows many folds. The support from strong Military GNSS Anti-jamming technologies becomes inevitable. The latest study from Market Forecast a leading analysis firm on defense technologies and market trends provides ongoing developments in the U.S. and other parts of the world regarding developing Military GNSS Anti-jamming solutions to handle the growing nuisance of jamming devices.
The study “Military GNSS Anti-jamming – Market and Technology Forecast to 2029” from ASD Reports identifies that there will be massive demand for integration for new CRPAs (Controlled Reception Pattern Antennas), M-code enabled receivers and Assured PNT devices in various military platforms.
The report discusses technology adoption patterns for new anti-jamming technologies in various military organizations across the world. The report throws light on how various countries are preparing themselves for the new norms in electronic warfare and issues of jamming electronic munitions, aircraft, and battleships.
The study finds that global GNSS anti-jamming markets will reach $7.55 billion through 2029 from $2 billion in 2021. The major growth of the market is anticipated from 2026, when the majority of deployments of new GNSS anti-jamming technology developments will take place in GPS Operational Control System (OCX), Assured PNT and M-code enabled antenna and receivers. You can learn more about these developments inside the report.