Military Robotics & Autonomous Systems Market Research Report: Information by Type (Unmanned Ground Vehicle, Unmanned Marine Vehicle, and Unmanned Air Vehicle), Operation (Remote Controlled, Semi-Autonomous, and Fully Autonomous), Application (Search and Rescue, Explosive Disarmament, Fire Support, Reconnaissance, Logistics Support, and Others), and region (North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific, Middle East and Africa and South America).
The global Military Robotic and Autonomous (RAS) Systems Market size is projected to reach a CAGR of 1.1% from 2023-2030.
Robotics and autonomous systems (RAS) are a structure to depict frameworks with an automated or independent component, or all the more generally, both. The nexus of RAS and man-made reasoning (AI) can possibly change the idea of fighting. RAS offers the chance of a wide scope of stages, not simply weapons frameworks, possibly diminishing the dangers to fighters and bringing about an age of more affordable ground frameworks.
The demand for military robotic and autonomous systems by value is expected to grow due to the demand for the modernization of military platforms with the rise in defense spending. The growing interest in replacing robotics platforms with soldiers for dull, dirty, and dangerous tasks is another key factor for driving the demand for robotic and autonomous systems. Additionally, advancement in the field of artificial intelligence, robotics, sensors, and navigation is another factor propelling the market of military robotic and autonomous systems market.
On the other hand, the lack of Reliability in the Use of Autonomous Systems and the Susceptibility to Cyberthreats to Robotic Systems are the two major factors hindering the growth of the market.
The COVID-19 pandemic levelly affects worldwide economies. The worldwide assembling of parts and frameworks and their mechanical production systems have been reasonably affected since the stock of military robots is of prime significance for applications like dangerous weapons removal and clearing. Continuing assembling and conveyance of military robots are subject to the openness level of COVID-19 in the country, the level at which fabricating tasks are running, and import-trade guidelines, among different variables.
The growing demand for unmanned systems prevails worldwide due to their ability to perform a variety of military operations, such as ISR (intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance), logistics, and target acquisition. Moreover, it can operate in hazardous environments, without putting human lives at risk, making them an attractive option for militaries around the world driving the need for military robotic and automated systems. Increasing geopolitical tensions around the world created a need to improve the military’s capabilities to defend against potential threats. Further, modernizing their existing fleets or replacing aging equipment with unmanned systems could perform a wide range of missions, making them a versatile option for militaries leading to enhance the growth of military robotics and the autonomous market in the next coming years.
North America to Dominate the Market