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Global Aircraft Ice Protection Systems Market: Introduction and Dynamics
The aircraft ice protection system is generally of two types of systems, the de-icing and anti-icing. The de-icing system removes the ice after formation, whereas the anti-icing system prevents from ice formation. A de-icing system has two smart features that it can operate a variety of means to allocation the energy used to remove the ice. Moreover, the de-icing system is energy efficient, which require energy only at times when ice is being removed. Whereas, the anti-icing system prevents the formation of ice continuously, which result in a clean wing with no aerodynamic penalties.
Global aircraft ice protection system market is anticipated to grow immensely in the coming year. Increasing concern regarding passenger safety and comfort is expected to increase demand for aircraft ice protection system. Moreover, modernization and expansion of the smart airport have led to an increase in air travel, which has risen the demand for aircraft ice protection system. Furthermore, government regulations regarding the operation of aircraft and the provision of technical training programs for the effective operation of airplanes are the major factor helping the growth of aircraft ice protection system market. However, expensive maintenance cost may hamper the growth of the global aircraft ice protection system market.
The emergence of smart aircraft wings is trending in the market of the ice protection system. Furthermore, the aviation industry is facing challenges related to cost, fuel economy, and emissions. Airlines are focusing and investing in development of electric systems and replace mechanical and pneumatic systems. Electric architecture is one of the emerging trends currently, owing to advantages offered such as reduced maintenance and emissions, lower fuel consumption, etc. Electrical actuators, electric-powered environmental control systems, and electric de-icing are certain systems that are under consideration.
Global aircraft ice protection systems market is segmented on the basis of type, application, and region. Among the type segments, the pneumatic de-icing boots segment is expected to contribute major revenue share. Among application segments, the civil aircraft is projected to account for higher revenue share. Among the regions, North America market is dominating in the global aircraft ice protection systems market.
Global Aircraft Ice Protection Systems Market: Segmental Snapshot
The global market report is segmented on basis of product type, application, and region. The product type segments include pneumatic de-icing boots, electro-thermal, electro-mechanical, TKS ice protection, bleed air, and passive. The application segments include civil aircraft, military aircraft, and helicopters. The regions covered in the analysis include North America, Europe, Asia Pacific, South America, and Middle East and Africa.
By Product Type: The electro-thermal type segment is expected to register higher compound annual growth rate of more than 7.8% for the next 10 years
By Application: The civil aircraft segment is projected to account for major revenue share in the global market and register highest growth rate of more than 6.8% over the 10-year period
By Region: The market in Europe is projected to account for second-highest revenue share in the global market, and register highest growth rate of over 7.1% over the 10-year period
Competitive Analysis: Global Aircraft Ice Protection Systems Market
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“Global Aircraft Ice Protection Systems Market: Insights, Market Size & Share, Growth Rate, Ongoing Trends, and Market Forecast: 2020–2029” report has been produced based on deep market study and analysis, along with inputs from experts in the industry. The report includes present scenario and growth prospects of the market for 2019–2029.
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