Counter-Stealth Technologies - Key Drivers, Trends and New Developments - Research and Markets

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With the rapid increase in demand for stealth capabilities worldwide, threats of unauthorized hostile vehicles have increased substantially. As the US is pursuing the development of its F-35 JSFs, Russia and China are focusing on the development of their Sukhoi PAK DA and Shenyang J-31 respectively. Similarly, NATO countries are gaining access to stealth technology from the US and are also investing in developing their own stealth aircraft. Simultaneously, stealth capabilities are being installed on naval vessels and armored vehicles, which demand effective naval surveillance and radar systems for detection.

Although counter-stealth technologies grew at a slower pace in the past, advancements in science have facilitated the development and deployment of real time modern systems at a faster pace. This has enabled the development of active electronically scanned array (AESA) radars, multi-band radars, passive coherent radars, over the horizon (OTH) radars and others. Moreover, in order to counter the US's technological achievements in terms of stealth, China has claimed to have developed Quantum radar capable of detecting the most advanced stealth aircraft.

While counter-stealth technologies are slowly gaining traction among naval and ground-based low observable threats, major investments are being made towards the airborne segment. This is attributed to the increasing demand for stealth aircraft in countries such as Russia, China, India, Indonesia and Malaysia, which are investing heavily in the development and procurement of stealth aircraft. Moreover, stealth capabilities are also being evaluated on European aircraft such as the Rafale and Typhoon. Similarly, countries around the world facing asymmetric threats are showing interest in the US F-35 Lighting II.

Russia remains the largest user of VHF based counter-stealth radars, NATO countries, under constant threat from Russia, are also focusing on the development of indigenous radar systems. France has put significant emphasis on increasing its counter-stealth capabilities, which has led to the development of various passive radars and over the horizon (OTH) radars. The UK and France are currently pursuing the development of real time CELLDAR systems. Geo-political disputes with Russia in Europe and China in the Asia-Pacific region have forced the US to focus on enhancing its counter-stealth capabilities. Moreover, the US's need to maintain a strategic advantage over its adversaries through technological competition has led the country to start developing Quantum radars and aircraft mounted counter-stealth radars.

Key Topics Covered:

  1. Executive Summary
  2. Introduction to Counter-Stealth Technologies
  3. Counter-Stealth Technologies - Methods of Detection
  4. Counter-Stealth Technologies - Dynamics
  5. Drivers - Counter-Stealth Technologies
  6. Trends - Counter-Stealth Technologies
  7. Key Challenges
  8. Technology Trends and New Developments
  9. Counter-Stealth Radar Improvisation
  10. Counter-Stealth Technologies - Global Perspective
  11. Country Analysis - Profiles of Three Leading Countries

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