The Global Airborne Telemetry Market is projected to reach USD 13.30 Billion by 2028, growing at a CAGR of 4.2% during the forecast period.Telemetry is the measurement and transmission of data from remote sources. Sensors measure physical data or electrical data that are converted into specific electrical voltages. Multiplexers combine these voltages with timing data into a single data stream for transmission to a remote receiver.
• In July 2018, BAE Systems (UK) and Goonhilly Earth Station (UK) signed a Memorandum of Understanding to provide GES with two Tracking Systems, Telemetry and Command Processor (TTCP). The technology will allow GES to communicate and track a wide range of spacecraft, including future manned and robotic missions to the Moon and Mars.
• In February 2018, Orbit Technologies (Israel) a leading supplier of precision tracking-based communications solutions and airborne communications management systems has announced that an aeronautical telemetry system has been ordered by the Asian Ministry of Defense (MoD) for about US$ 5 million.
Companies Covered: BAE Systems, Rockwell Collins, Honeywell International, L-3 Communications Holdings, Cobham PLC, ORBIT Technologies, Zodiac Aerospace, Curtiss-Wright Corporation, Dassault Aviation, Finmeccanica, Kongsberg Gruppen, and Airtech.