Aircraft Interface Devices (AID) Market: By Key Players, Deployment Type, Applications, Vertical, and Forecast: 2022-2031

Japan, Japan, Tue, 05 Apr 2022 00:13:32 / Comserve Inc. / — The aircraft interface device market is expected to grow at a CAGR of over 7% during the forecast period.

the Aircraft Interface Devices Market is expected to experience a CAGR of over 7% during the forecast period.

– Growing supply of aircraft, in the commercial and general aviation sectors, is currently driving the market revenue.
– Developments in aircraft health management systems and increasing emphasis on predictive maintenance will drive the growth of the aircraft interface devices market.
– Another reason for the growth in the use of aircraft interface devices is the need to improve aircraft safety and efficiency.

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Report scope

Aircraft interface devices (AIDs) allow the transfer of data between electronic flight bags (EFBs) in an aircraft and the aircraft’s data bus. AIDs are hardware platforms on board the aircraft.

Main market trends

Commercial aircraft segment will hold the largest market share during the forecast period

The market is currently dominated by the commercial aircraft segment, the sales of which are currently high. Also, growing demand for next-generation aircraft is propelling the market as the use of aircraft interface devices is more prominent in the latest commercial aircraft models. In the commercial aircraft segment, aircraft interface devices are helping airlines and MRO stations by expanding the use of portable displays in cockpits as a replacement for conventional paper charts. This would provide more access to aircraft data to pilots and at the same time, commercial aircraft maintenance providers are also increasingly benefiting from the availability of real-time data with aircraft interface devices. . Additionally, the availability of real-time data means that the airline can monitor various performance parameters and plan the flight accordingly, which will help reduce operating costs. Thus, with a high demand for commercial aircraft using these aircraft interface devices and the increasing penetration of these devices in all commercial aircraft, revenue from the commercial segment is expected to dominate the market in the coming years.

Asia-Pacific will be the fastest growing market for Aircraft Interface Devices during the forecast period

In terms of geography, Asia-Pacific is expected to be the fastest growing market for aircraft interface devices in the coming years. The region has one of the fastest growing air passenger traffic in the world, with China, India, Japan and Indonesia expected to be among the largest aviation markets (in terms of passenger traffic). passengers to, from and within the country). end of the forecast period. Simultaneously, with the growing demand for air travel, the demand for commercial aircraft is also increasing in the region. Airbus currently has around 1,800 aircraft on order from customers in the Asia-Pacific region, representing around a third of the company’s total order book. With such demand for aircraft from the region, the demand for aircraft parts and systems, such as interface devices, is expected to be high in the region. Countries in the region are also purchasing military aircraft on a large scale, and with the growth of the economy, the region is expected to become one of the major markets for general aviation as well. All these factors are expected to increase the Aircraft Interface Devices market in the Asia-Pacific region over the forecast period.

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Competitive landscape

Astronics Corporation, Esterline Technologies Corporation, Collins Aerospace (United Technologies Corporation), Global Eagle, Teledyne Technologies Incorporated, AVIOBOOK (Thales Group) are some of the major players in the market. The market is consolidated with only a handful of players controlling most of the market. However, the competition between these players is huge, as each player tries to attract new customers by bringing innovative technologies to the market, with regular upgrades of their existing versions. For example, in September 2019, Astronics Corporation announced the release of a new “extended range” version of its compact webFB intelligent aircraft interface device (AID). According to the company, the new extended range model enhances the capability of the existing webFB line by enabling secure real-time data transfer from the aircraft by enabling its use outside the cockpit. As the industry is still in its initial phase with a lot of scope for innovation, players are investing heavily in R&D for the development of new products like the one mentioned above. The market needs penetration in the military sector now, and players can take advantage of this to win new military aircraft contracts by showcasing products with breakthrough features that would help military applications.

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