Global Aircraft Electrical Systems Markets, 2019-2025 by System, Component, Platform, End-User, Application & Region

4/15, 12:08 PM (Source: GlobeNewswire)

Dublin, April 15, 2019 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- The "Aircraft Electrical Systems Market by System, Component, Platform, End-User, Application & Region - Global Forecast to 2025" report has been added to's offering.

The aircraft electrical systems market is estimated to be USD 29.93 billion in 2019 and is projected to grow at a CAGR of 5.67% from 2019 to 2025.

An aircraft electrical system generates, distributes, and regulates power throughout an aircraft. This system mainly consists of power sources, such as batteries and generators; components, such as conversion devices, control devices, and protection devices; and power distribution systems, such as cables and wires.

The system provides energy to the main electric loads, which include motors & actuators, subsystem controllers, lighting, avionics systems, and heating devices. Aircraft equipment that commonly uses the electrical system for its source of energy includes fuel gauges, air conditioning systems, ice protection systems, flight control systems, utilities, and landing gear.

Over the past few years, the aircraft industry has undergone tremendous changes. The industry is now moving toward all electric and More Electric Aircraft (MEA), thus increasing the demand for electrical power. The structure of MEA distribution improves aircraft reliability, maintainability, efficiency, and flight safety. Electrical distribution is generally in the form of a multi-convertor power electronic system. The trend is to replace pneumatic and hydraulic systems with electrical systems to achieve a higher level of monitoring and comfort.

Some of the major factors contributing to the growth of the market include technological advancements in aircraft electrical systems and optimized aircraft performance through the use of more electric technology. Lightweight wiring in aircraft electrical systems and advancements of high-density battery solutions for electric aircraft are some of the opportunities for market growth.

Apart from a general overview of the major market players, this report also provides financial analysis, products, services, and key developments of the players in the industry.

AMETEK (US), Safran (France), Astronics Corporation (US), Amphenol Corporation (US), Esterline Technologies (US), Honeywell (US), Meggitt (UK), and Thales Group (France) are some of the leading players covered in the aircraft electrical systems market report.

Key Topics Covered:

1 Introduction

2 Research Methodology

3 Executive Summary

4 Premium Insights

5 Market Overview
5.1 Introduction
5.2 Market Dynamics
5.2.1 Drivers Advancements in High-Density Battery Solutions for Electric Aircraft Optimized Aircraft Performance Through the Use of More Electric Technology
5.2.2 Opportunities Lightweight Wiring in Aircraft Electrical Systems Technological Advancements in Aircraft Electrical Systems
5.2.3 Challenges Stringent Regulatory Norms Power Density and Efficiency

6 Industry Trends
6.1 Introduction
6.2 Technology Trends
6.2.1 No-Bleed Systems Aircraft Architecture
6.2.2 Hybrid Or Electric Propulsion System Design
6.2.3 Fuel Cell Technology
6.2.4 Electric Actuation System
6.3 Adoption of Electrical System By Various Aircraft Type
6.4 Innovation & Patent Registrations

7 Aircraft Electrical Systems Market, By End User
7.1 Introduction
7.2 Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM)
7.2.1 Increasing Aircraft Deliveries are Expected to Drive the Demand for Aircraft OEM Services
7.3 Aftermarket
7.3.1 Increasing Aircraft Fleet Size is One of the Most Significant Fueling the Growth of Aftermarket

8 Aircraft Electrical Systems Market, By System
8.1 Introduction
8.2 Power Generation
8.2.1 Increasing Demand for More Electric Architecture Aircraft Fueling the Growth of the Power Generation Segment
8.3 Power Distribution
8.3.1 The Trend Towards Developing Electrical Components is Influencing the Growth of Power Distribution Segment
8.4 Power Conversion
8.4.1 Increase in Operational Efficiency & Reduction in Total Aircraft System Weight Drive the Demand for Power Conversion
8.5 Energy Storage
8.5.1 Increasing Use of Advanced Battery & Fuel Cell Systems Boosting the Demand for Energy Storage

9 Aircraft Electrical Systems Market, By Component
9.1 Introduction
9.2 Generators
9.2.1 Starter Generator Key Market Players are Developing Starter Generators That Provide Advanced Performance, Reduced Maintenance, and Lower Costs of Operation
9.2.2 Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Key Market Players are Entering Into Joint Ventures to Design and Develop APUs
9.2.3 Integrated Drive Generator (IDG) IDGs are Installed in Various Aircraft, Such as B747,B757, A320, and A330
9.2.4 Variable Speed Constant Frequency (VSCF) Generator A380, A350, and B787 are Some of the Aircraft Using Variable Frequency Generators
9.2.5 Generator Control Unit (GCU) GCU is Installed on Each Engine-Driven Generator and on the APU Generator
9.3 Conversion Devices
9.3.1 Inverter Inverter is One of the Conversion Devices That Converts DC Into AC
9.3.2 Converter Power Converters Provide High-Quality DC Electrical Power for Aerospace Networks
9.3.3 Transformer Rectifier Unit (TRU) TRU Converts the 120v AC Power Generated By the Engine Or APU Generators
9.4 Distribution Devices
9.4.1 Wires & Cables Shift Toward More Electric Aircraft has Increased Demand for Wires & Cables
9.4.2 Connectors & Connector Accessories Increased Demand for Well-Connected Wiring Systems
9.4.3 Busbars Increased Demand for Efficient Busbars
9.5 Battery Management Systems
9.5.1 Increasing Need for Technologically Advanced Batteries for More Electric Aircraft
9.6 Others

10 Aircraft Electrical Systems Market, By Application
10.1 Introduction
10.2 Power Generation Management
10.2.1 Increase in Electrical Power Requirements on Aircraft Fueling the Growth of the Power Generation Management Segment
10.3 Flight Control & Operation
10.3.1 Increasing Use of Hydraulic Power in Aircraft Engines Driving the Flight Control & Operations Segment
10.4 Cabin System
10.4.1 High Investments for Passenger Comfort is A Major Factor Driving the Cabin System Segment
10.5 Configuration Management
10.5.1 Increasing Production of Electrically Propelled Aircraft is Driving the Configuration Management Segment
10.6 Air Pressurization & Conditioning
10.6.1 Increasing Fuel Efficiency Drives the Air Pressurization & Conditioning Segment

11 Aircraft Electrical Systems Market, By Platform
11.1 Introduction
11.2 Commercial Aviation
11.2.1 Narrow Body Aircraft (NBA) Advancements in the Hydraulic and Pneumatic Aircraft Systems are Driving the Demand for Narrow Body Aircraft
11.2.2 Wide Body Aircraft (WBA) Increase in Passenger Travel has Raised the Demand for Wide Body Aircraft
11.2.3 Very Large Aircraft (VLA) Increasing Demand for Fuel-Efficient Aircraft Drives the Very Large Aircraft Market
11.2.4 Regional Transport Aircraft (RTA) Increase in the Use of Fly-By-Wire Technology Fueling the Demand for Regional Transport Aircraft, Worldwide
11.3 Military Aviation
11.3.1 Fighter Jets Growing Procurement of Fighter Jets Due to Increasing Military Budgets
11.3.2 Transport Aircraft Increasing Use of Transport Aircraft in Military Operations
11.3.3 Military Helicopters Increasing Use of Helicopters in Combat and Search & Rescue Operations
11.3.4 Unmanned Aerial Vehicles Increased Deployment of Uavs to Carry Out Aerial Remote Sensing
11.4 Business & General Aviation
11.4.1 Business Jets Rising Number of Private Aviation Companies Across the Globe
11.4.2 Helicopters Increasing Demand for Helicopters for Corporate and Civil Applications

12 Aircraft Electrical Systems OEM Market, By Region

13 Aircraft Electrical Systems Aftermarket, By Region

14 Competitive Landscape
14.1 Introduction
14.2 OEM Competitive Leadership Mapping
14.3 Ranking of Key Players, 2018
14.4 Competitive Scenario

15 Company Profiles
15.1 Ametek
15.2 Safran
15.3 Astronics Corporation
15.4 Amphenol Corporation
15.5 Esterline Technologies (Transdigm Group)
15.6 Honeywell
15.7 Meggitt
15.8 Thales Group
15.9 United Technologies Corporation
15.10 GE Aviation
15.11 Crane Aerospace & Electronics
15.12 Hartzell Engine Technologies
15.13 Pbs Aerospace
15.14 Nabtesco Corporation
15.15 Avionic Instruments, LLC

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