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Rekor Systems Announces Selection of Waycare Technologies by Louisiana Department of Transportation and Development for Pilot Program to Reduce State Traffic Congestion and Crashes
California homeless camp fire damages 2 bridges, disrupts public transportation
Austin finishes half of its bicycle network, expects to complete entire 400-mile system by 2025
The Top 10 Automotive Concepts that automotive enthusiasts will be itching to see on the road!
Oregon Transportation Commission, wary of I-5 Rose Quarter project’s growing price tag, grants conditional approval
Woman dies after being hit by car in North Windham Friday night
Silk-FAW Continues To Poach Italy’s Automotive Talent, As Lamborghini’s Katia Bassi Joins As Managing Director
Transportation Department cracks down on airlines withholding refunds for canceled flights
Bear gets trapped in car, destroys interior
Cycling apparel company adding full-service bike repair to visitor center
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Rekor Systems Announces Selection of Waycare Technologies by Louisiana Department of Transportation and Development for Pilot Program to Reduce State Traffic Congestion and Crashes California homeless camp fire damages 2 bridges, disrupts public transportation Austin finishes half of its bicycle network, expects to complete entire 400-mile system by 2025 The Top 10 Automotive Concepts that automotive enthusiasts will be itching to see on the road! Oregon Transportation Commission, wary of I-5 Rose Quarter project’s growing price tag, grants conditional approval Woman dies after being hit by car in North Windham Friday night Silk-FAW Continues To Poach Italy’s Automotive Talent, As Lamborghini’s Katia Bassi Joins As Managing Director Transportation Department cracks down on airlines withholding refunds for canceled flights Bear gets trapped in car, destroys interior Cycling apparel company adding full-service bike repair to visitor center

A Climate-Friendly Shift In Transportation Planning Would Bring Economic Benefits Too, A New Report Says

A significant investment in climate-friendly transportation infrastructure — like bicycle paths, better sidewalks and increased transit service — combined with a simultaneous shift away from emissions-generating highway expansion projects could result in some $40 billion in economic benefits, a new state analysis suggests.

Colorado’s Transportation Commission is considering a proposed rule that would require the state Department of Transportation and the state’s five metropolitan planning organizations to consider, measure and potentially offset the harmful climate effects of transportation projects.

A new cost-benefit analysis, published earlier this week, of that proposal attempts to quantify its potential effect on air pollution, road safety, traffic delays and more. The analysis projects that adopting the rule would likely lead to people driving less, resulting in fewer costly crashes and repairs.

“… I think it makes a very powerful case for big net benefits,” Will Toor, the state’s top climate official, tweeted of the analysis.

The proposed rule would require that state and local governments offset polluting road expansion projects — if they exceed a given emissions budget — with cleaner alternatives. That could result in a 28 percent shift in funding — roughly $6.7 billion by 2050 — toward cleaner projects, the analysis found.

The Transportation Commission is scheduled to vote on the rule at its November meeting. CDOT is hosting several public hearings on the rule before then.


CES Automotive & Transportation Highlights Report 2021

DUBLIN, August 31, 2021–(BUSINESS WIRE)–The “CES Automotive & Transportation Highlights, 2021” report has been added to’s offering.

The research study scope showcases key trends observed during the CES 2021 virtual event.

CES 2021 took to the digital stage as the COVID-19 pandemic forced a virtual walk through one of the biggest events that showcases technology disruptions in both the consumer electronics (CE) and mobility worlds.

CES Automotive & Transportation Highlights, 2021 analyzed announcements and presentations from various original equipment manufacturers (OEMs), Tier I companies, technology companies, and start-ups, and identified crucial observations and key trends as part of this study.

Electrification, connected customer experience, 5G, AIoT, new IVI design philosophy, software-defined vehicles, in-car commerce, and in-vehicle health were the primary trends at CES 2021. These themes are expected to shape the future of mobility in coming years. The automotive industry is finally looking at near-term autonomous, connected, and electric vehicle (EV) solutions that lead to monetization.

A clear message that resonated from the mobility industry was the need to create experiential services that focus on the customer. Conversely, policymakers must quickly regulate self-driving technology while gaining consumer trust to establish a viable business case for autonomy.

More than 90% of automakers plan to launch infotainment systems with 12.3″ touchscreens. 2021-2023 is expected to be earmarked for launching advanced in-vehicle experiences (like virtual reality), with continued delivery of personalized and customizable interactions in all domains. Incorporating immersive experience and enriched user interactions are the goals of automakers and Tier I suppliers.

Mercedes-Benz attracted the show with its impressive multi-screen 141cm displays housed beneath the glass surface with 12 actuators for haptic feedback. BMW launched a 14.9-inch central display for its next-generation iDrive platform and Cadillac LYRIQ launched a 33-inch light-emitting diode (LED) display with an enhanced GUI design.

Features showcased as concepts are expected to quickly appear on production models with wide-screen displays, and automakers’ entire lineups are expected to have AI-based digital assistants with gesture-capable hardware installed. It is critical for OEMs to ramp up their HMI designs and roadmaps to quickly catch up on innovation and remain competitive in the market.

The health, wellness, and well-being (HWW) component is expected to surge in the automotive industry to reposition focus areas and charter new revenue opportunities for OEMs. Healthcare digitization, the emergence of mHealth apps and their integration in the car for clean and pathogen-free interiors, driver monitoring, and diagnosis are expected to gain strong footholds in the industry.

To combat the COVID-19 fear among consumers, several OEMs have started implementing HWW services in vehicles for driver health and safety. Purification features, like advanced air filtration systems, are projected to be increasingly prominent in the short term (2021-2025) while measurement and monitoring features, like vitals monitoring, are expected to gain significance in the medium term (beyond 2025).

To implement HWW services in connected vehicles, OEMs require collaborative efforts with a wide range of stakeholders from multiple fields, like healthcare technology, IoT wearables, and insurance.


Worldwide Bicycles Market Report 2021-2027L Product Materials, Special Features, and Segment Market Opportunity

DUBLIN, Aug. 23, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — The “Bicycles: Market Shares, Strategies, and Forecasts, Worldwide, 2021 to 2027” report from Wintergreen Research, Inc has been added to’s offering.

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The global bicycle market, at $43.7 billion in 2020, has strong growth through 2027. It is anticipated to reach $140.5 billion by 2027, at a CAGR of 18.1% from 2020 to 2027.

The worldwide markets are poised to achieve continuing growth as bicycles prove value by encouraging healthy exercise efforts. Lowering exposure to Covid-19 while traveling to work is a key benefit of cycling.

Covid-19 restrictions-imposed restrictions on the activities of corporations and people. The restrictions have resulted in the increased use of bicycles. Covid spread has created the demand for social distancing affecting transportation. Pandemic response demands that people change their transport means to methods that do not have the risks associated with mass transit – risks associated with subways and buses. Bicycles fill this need.

Demand for bicycles began to rapidly increase with Covid. Cycling, an easy form of recreation and exercise, is easily adapted to a transport vehicle inside cities and suburbs. It is as well a mode of transportation that lowers the risk of infection. Subsidies to encourage the purchase of bicycles and policies to build infrastructure such as bike lanes have contributed to the cycling boom.

According to the lead author this study on the bicycle market, “During the current pandemic, bicycles have become a preferred means of transportation. Public transportation, subways, busses, Uber, and taxis carry a risk of infection. Bicycles have become perceived as a safer way to move around.”

Workers from every industry, particularly those deemed essential, including direct caregivers are rapidly bicycle transportation as the safest way to get to and from work.

During the pandemic shelter in place government orders, bicycles and in place spin bales for indoor exercise have become popular. People stuck at home are frequently using bicycles as a means of getting exercise in place. When they do get out for a few minutes the bike is a good way to move around and stay away from people who might be contagious. Bicycle markets are expected to experience significant growth due to circumstances resulting from COVID-19 (coronavirus disease) to reduce the risk of transmission to healthy people.

The growth in bicycle markets is anticipated to last for five years and perhaps beyond. Expectations are that the new coronavirus SARS-CoV-2 will continue to present risk for the next three to four years and people will use bicycles to avoid risk during that time. Momentum will carry the market for another three years.

Key Topics

  • Bicycles

  • E-Bikes

  • Mountain Bikes

  • Road Bikes

  • Cargo Bikes

  • Children’s Bikes

  • Bike Components

  • COVID-19 Restrictions

  • Stay at Home Orders

  • Transportation Restrictions

  • Heart Health

  • Bikes and Social Distancing

  • Transportation That Lowers the Risk of Infection

  • Subsidies to Encourage the Purchase of Bicycles

  • Policies to Build

  • Infrastructure

  • Bike Lanes

  • Bicycle Forecasts

  • Bicycle Market Shares

  • Impact of COVID-19 on the Bicycle Market

  • Current


Foley Weekly Automotive Report – July 2021 | Foley & Lardner LLP

This report helps automotive suppliers inform their legal and operational decisions to help address challenges and opportunities. 

Key Developments

  • U.S. new light vehicle sales in June reached a SAAR of 15.4 million units, representing a decline of 1.7 million units from May and the lowest SAAR since August 2020.
  • 2021 U.S. new light vehicle sales are forecast in the range of 16.3 million to 16.9 million by the National Automobile Dealers Association, Cox Automotive and LMC Automotive.
  • U.S. fleet sales were up by 5% for January – June, compared to the same period last year, but were 40.5% lower than for the same period in 2019, according to Cox Automotive.
  • New light vehicle inventory fell from an estimated 2.7 million vehicles nationwide in January to 1.4 million in June.
  • IHS Markit estimates that semiconductor capacity will begin to have the ability to adequately meet demand and fill missing backlog starting in the first quarter of 2022.
  • Ford will cut production at eight North American plants over various weeks in July and August as a result of the chip shortage; the automaker has lost production of over 350,000 vehicles this year, according to estimates from LMC Automotive.
  • Toyota’s second quarter sales volume surpassed GM’s for the first time in the U.S. The achievement is described as a short-term event attributed to Toyota’s decision to build a four-month supply of key components such as semiconductors.
  • A COVID-19 Task Force comprised of the UAW, Ford, General Motors and Stellantis announced mask requirements ended July 12 for fully vaccinated union-represented workers in the U.S.
  • A new report from cybersecurity ratings provider Black Kite found that nearly half of 100 automakers and over 17% of suppliers surveyed are at high risk for ransomware attack. Key areas of vulnerability include patch management, with 71% of surveyed companies having “F” or “poor” ratings.
  • Electric vehicles and low emissions technology:
    • Stellantis will invest over 30 billion euros through 2025 in electrification and software, and low emissions vehicles are intended to represent over 70% of sales in Europe and 40% of sales in the U.S. by the end of the decade.
    • According to estimates from the Department of Energy, the U.S. will need 600,000 Level 2 public chargers by 2030 to meet demand, up from the 41,000 available currently. Tesla, EVgo, Chargepoint and Electrify America are among the companies offering Level 3, or DC Fast Charging.
    • As part of its new Alliance Strategic Partner framework, Nissan will compensate a portion of its suppliers’ costs if a jointly developed EV part is not adopted; the decision is intended to strengthen collaborative relationships and share cost burdens.

Market Trends and Regulatory

  • U.S. new light vehicle sales in June reached 1.3 million units, for a seasonally adjusted annualized rate of sales of 15.4 million units. June’s results fell short of expectations for a SAAR of 15.8 million to 16.4 million units. Total sales in June were up

Raw material costs rising for automotive industry: BofA report

Widespread inflation has led to the highest raw material cost per U.S. vehicle since 2011, a new Bank of America (BAC) Global Research report found.

The report examines the recent bout of US inflation and examines its consequences for the automotive industry.

One key takeaway from the report is that the cost of raw materials has risen sharply since mid-2020. “In the past year, the raw material cost in an average U.S. vehicle has been steadily rising, increasing ~87% from a low point of approximately $2,200/unit in Apr ’20 to now roughly $4,125/unit in May ’21,” the report found. “During this raw material cost inflation, average transaction prices seem to have stalled, although [they] still remain elevated at record high levels.”

The compressing spread between rising raw material prices and stagnating average transaction prices is expected to increase pressure on automakers and suppliers’ respective financial bottom lines.

The average vehicle is composed of 39% steel and 11% aluminum. The increase in raw materials cost has been concentrated heavily in high steel prices; the Bank of America report estimated that the average cost per pound for steel used in automotive manufacturing has increased 106% year over year as of last month. This is “relatively alarming,” according to the report, given the high makeup of steel in the average vehicle.

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Suppliers and original equipment managers (OEMs) are expected to bear the brunt of rising material costs, with the latter facing even greater exposure to indirect costs from the former.

Rising inflation costs, plus pre-existing damage to supply chains caused by the pandemic present problems for both groups. “The automotive value chain is already facing significant headwinds from supply chain disruptions and production stoppages,” the report noted, “which continue to pressure margins in addition to rising raw material costs.”

The costs of raw materials have risen so greatly that they now make up a significantly larger percentage of the price of a vehicle. “The cost of raw materials in an average vehicle as a % of the average transaction price (ATP) in the U.S. reached historical lows around 6% (5.9% in April ’20) at the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, driven by historically low raw material costs and all-time high average transaction prices,” the report found. “However, this cost ratio has since increased, now reaching ~11%, as commodity prices have bounced materially off of lows and ATPs have remained near peak levels.”

By the end of spring, raw material costs had approached post-2000 historical levels, while average transaction prices remained essentially unchanged, posing “significant headwind for companies at the front end of the value chain,” according to the report.

Rising inflation has been an issue of concern for several months now, with the Bureau of Economic Analysis reporting Friday that the price index tracking personal consumption expenditure (PEC) rose 3.9% year over year as of May 2021. This is the index’s highest level since April of 2008.

The automotive industry has faced a shortage of new vehicles as


Auto Part Maker Finds Takata Falsified Seat Belt Tests: Report

Takata demonstrates the effectiveness of its seatbelts during a 2012 exhibition.

Takata demonstrates the effectiveness of its seatbelts during a 2012 exhibition.
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The Japanese arm of Joyson Safety Systems, a United States-based automotive safety component maker, found 1,000 cases of data falsification when it came to Takata’s seatbelt tests, Reuters reports.

This investigation began back in October of 2020, and the results are conclusive: plants in Hikone, Japan and in the Philippines were found to have falsified test data on belt webbing for adult seatbelts and child safety seats. This webbing is the core of the belt’s strength, so it’s crucial that these elements are in top condition.

Unfortunately, the plants in question doctored data in order to meet client standards. It does not appear that these elements compromised safety, and there are currently no recalls issued for the belts at the moment. That said, Hisayoshi Iwamitsum president of JSS Japan, said JSS Japan submitted an investigation report to Japan’s transport ministry on Friday.

Here’s a little more from the Reuters story:

As part of preventive measures, the company introduced an electronic system in March that would prevent data from being falsified, and is working on expanding human resources for quality management, he added.

The investigation also showed that data had been falsified at Hikone plant over a two-decade period until Jan. 2020, overlapping with when Takata was embroiled in airbag scandals.

Yes, having both seatbelt and airbag issues is not great. That doesn’t lend a lot of confidence to your company—but at the very least, the seatbelt issue doesn’t seem to be anywhere near as devastating as the airbag one, in part because the safety of the belts were confirmed by other tests.

If you’ve forgotten, about 67 million Takata air bags were recalled for potentially causing harm to drivers involved in accidents. Airbags exposed to high heat or humidity were prone to failing.


Automakers report 2Q vehicle sales today. Here’s what investors should expect

A Totota dealership is seen in Annapolis, Maryland on May 27, 2021, as many car dealerships across the country are running low on new vehicles as a computer chip shortage has caused production at many vehicle manufactures to nearly stop.

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DETROIT – Sales of new vehicles in the U.S. remain healthy but are showing signs of a slowdown amid concerns about inflation and a global shortage of semiconductor chips that continues to depress auto production and dealer inventory levels.

Analysts estimate automakers sold about 4.5 million vehicles in the U.S. in the second quarter — a 52% to 53% increase compared with a year ago when the coronavirus pandemic caused Americans to shelter in place and temporarily closed auto dealerships. Most major automakers report June and second-quarter sales data on Thursday, except for Ford, which is expected to release its results Friday.

While the sales recovery from the depths of the pandemic is impressive, the pace of sales this year is slowing. Deutsche Bank analyst Emmanuel Rosner expects June’s sales pace to be 15.7 million vehicles, down from 17.1 million vehicles in May and 18.6 million vehicles in April.

The sales pace for any given month measures how many cars the industry would sell for the year if it sold the same amount every month. It’s a main barometer of the industry’s health and consumer demand.

“The sales slow-down likely reflects a lack of availability on dealer lots rather than a decline in consumer demand as automakers struggle to replenish dealer inventories with top models, particularly SUVs and pickup trucks,” Rosner wrote in an investor note.

Sales for every major automaker are expected to be up double digits during the second quarter compared with the same time a year ago, according auto research firms Cox Automotive and Edmunds. But they’re only slightly above the second quarter of 2019.

Something not showing signs of slowing down is sales prices of new vehicles due to tight supplies from the global chip shortage and stronger-than-expected consumer demand throughout the Covid pandemic.

The average transaction price for a new vehicle in June is expected to reach a record $40,206, according to J.D. Power and LMC Automotive. The previous high for any month, $38,539, was set in May, according to the companies.

The higher pricing has led to higher profits for automakers and retailers but has stoked broader concerns about inflation. Consumer spending on new vehicles is expected to reach a second-quarter record of $149.7 billion, up 60.7% from 2020 and up 27.9% from 2019.

“Despite inventory shortages constraining the volume of vehicles sold to consumers, the underlying strength of consumer demand is clear. Consumers are buying more expensive vehicles despite smaller discounts, which is dramatically increasing the profitability of those sales for both manufacturers and retailers,” said Thomas King, president of the data and analytics division at J.D. Power, in a statement.

CNBC’s Michael Bloom contributed to this report.


Automotive Aftermarket Industry Trends – Global Report 2026

Published Date: Oct 2019  |  Report ID: GMI1166  |  Authors: Kiran Pulidindi, Hemant Pandey

Industry Trends

Automotive Aftermarket size valued at USD 923.1 billion in 2018 and will grow at a CAGR of 5.5% from 2019 to 2026.


U.S. Automotive Aftermarket By Sales Outlet

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Automotive aftermarket, frequently referred to as secondary market, manufactures and supplies spare parts, accessories and other components for various automobiles. Aftermarket industry provides services such as repair and maintenance for the vehicles. It is highly consumer driven and undergoing changes with evolving consumer expectations, technological advancement and changing dynamics. Shifts in competitive power in emerging economies contribute to transforming the industry landscape periodically. New technology in terms of innovative components and logistics are set to reduce gap between OEM and aftermarket offerings.


Surging pre-owned vehicle sales in turn help propel the repair and maintenance side of the automotive market, for improved vehicle performance. Growing middle class population in conjunction with increasing purchasing power is driving the vehicle sales and providing potential opportunities for aftermarket part manufacturers and supply chain providers. Ageing vehicle fleet, along with growing demand for replacement parts will further escalate the revenue generation in next few years.


Usage of sensor technology in vehicles provides optimum driving behavior that leads to less wear and tear of vehicle parts including brakes and tires. This reduces the replacement requirement that may hamper the automotive aftermarket industry growth. Ongoing R&D for new materials to decrease the deterioration wear and tear of vehicle parts that limit the product penetration. For instance, in March 2019, UBC Okanagan, University of Toronto and Sharif University of Technology developed self-lubricant brakes for cars. The carbon fiber-infused polymer-based brake are expected to provide high performance over wide range of temperatures with smaller brake pads and higher performance life.


Automotive Aftermarket Report Coverage
Report Coverage Details
Base Year: 2018 Market Size in 2018: 923.1 Billion (USD)
Historical Data for: 2016 to 2018 Forecast Period: 2019 to 2026
Forecast Period 2019 to 2026 CAGR: 5.5% 2026 Value Projection: 1,430.5 Billion (USD)
Pages: 254 Tables, Charts & Figures: 278
Geographies covered (18): U.S., Canada, Germany, UK, Russia, Poland, France, China, India, South Korea, Japan, Indonesia, Thailand, Brazil, Mexico, Argentina, South Africa, Saudi Arabia
Segments covered: Product, Sales Outlet, Region
Companies covered (25): Lear Corporation, BASF SE, YAZAKI Corporation, Cooper Tire & Rubber Company, ALCO Filters Ltd, Continental AG, Bridgestone Corporation, Delphi automotive PLC, Denso Corporation, Hella KGaA Hueck & Co, 3M, Akebono Brake Corporation, Federal-Mogul Holdings LLC, Shandong Zhengnuo Group Co., Ltd, ASIMCO, ACDelco, Faurecia USA Holdings, Inc, Magnetic Marelli, Robert Bosch GmbH, Aisin Seiki, Hyundai Mobis Co., Ltd, Johnson Controls, Toyota Motor Corporation, ZF FRIEDRICHSHAFEN AG, Magna International, Inc.
Growth Drivers:
  • Growing demand for vehicle upgradation along with digitization of distribution channels
  • Increasing vehicle sales of new and preowned vehicles
  • Ageing vehicle fleet along with poor road infrastructure
Pitfalls & Challenges:
  • Adoption of vehicle safety technologies and rising electric vehicle sales

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Free VIN Check and Vehicle History Report. Find Accident History & More

How To Get a Vehicle History Report

A vehicle history report (or VIN check) is an invaluable tool if you are planning on buying or selling a vehicle. As a buyer, you can use a vehicle history report to give you peace of mind that the vehicle you are thinking of purchasing is in good condition. On the other hand, if you are selling a vehicle then a clean history report can help entice potential buyers.

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How to Obtain a Vehicle History Report

You can obtain both free and paid VIN lookups. Free vehicle records will typically include less information than paid ones, but they may be sufficient depending on what information you need. The National Insurance Crime Bureau (NICB) offers a free VinCheck. As with a complete vehicle history report, you will need to provide your Vehicle Identification Number (VIN) when using VinCheck. You can also only make up to five searches within a 24-hour period and certain vehicle records may take up to six months to be updated with VinCheck.

Alternatively, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) offers a more limited history report. The NHTSA’s search tool is useful mainly if you want to see if your vehicle or any of its parts have been recalled.

Third-party databases, including, also offer both free and paid VIN lookups. The paid records offered through third-party companies tend to be the most complete. The National Motor Vehicle Title Information System provides a list of approved providers of vehicle information and history data. Note that some approved providers will only provide records to car dealers and not directly to consumers.

What is Included in a Vehicle History Report

Not all vehicle history reports will include the same information, but in general you can expect your VIN report to include some or all of the following:

  • Accident history
  • Previous owners
  • Liens held against the vehicle
  • Recalls
  • Flood damage
  • Title checks
  • History of airbag deployments
  • Maintenance record
  • Problems with the odometer
  • Records of theft

Note that not all VIN checks will include the same type of information. A record from the NICB, for example, is designed to prevent the exchange of stolen vehicles, so it’s great if you want to make sure that the car in question wasn’t reported stolen. On the other hand, it won’t include much information about that vehicle’s maintenance history.

Vehicle Records from the DMV

Most DMV’s don’t provide vehicle history records. However, many do provide vehicle registration and title abstracts, which contain much of the same information that you would find in a history report. In New York, for example, the registration abstract includes some useful history information, such as parking fines and insurance lapses. A title record abstract, meanwhile, will include information about previous owners of the vehicle.

License Plate and VIN Search

In many cases, looking up a car’s VIN is simply about peace of mind. Every car built after 1980 has its own VIN, which is unique to that vehicle.


Automotive Intelligence Park Assist System Market Research Report – Forecast to 2023

Table of Contents

1. Executive Summary

1.1. Market Attractiveness Analysis

1.1.1. Global Counter UAS Market, By Type

1.1.2. Global Counter UAS Market, By Platform

1.1.3. Global Counter UAS Market, By End-User

1.1.4. Global Counter UAS Market, By Region

2. Market Introduction

2.1. Market Definition

2.2. Scope of the Study

2.3. Market Structure

2.4. Key Buying Criteria

2.5. Market Factor Indicator Analysis

3. Research Methodology

3.1. Research Process

3.2. Primary Research

3.3. Secondary Research

3.4. Market Size Estimation

3.5. Forecast Model

3.6. List of Assumptions

4. Market Insights

5. Market Dynamics

5.1. Introduction

5.2. Drivers

5.3. Restraints

5.4. Opportunities

5.5. Challenges

5.6. Market/Technological Trends

5.7. Patent Trends

5.8. Regulatory Landscape/Standards

6. Market Factor Analysis

6.1. Value Chain/Supply Chain Analysis

6.1.1. R&D

6.1.2. Manufacturing

6.1.3. Distribution & Sales

6.1.4. Post-Sales Monitoring

6.2. Porter’s Five Forces Analysis

6.2.1. Threat of New Entrants

6.2.2. Bargaining Power of Buyers

6.2.3. Threat of Substitutes

6.2.4. Segment Rivalry

6.2.5. Bargaining Power of Supplies

7. Global Counter UAS Market, by Type

7.1. Introduction

7.2. Detection & Tracking Systems

7.2.1. Market Estimates & Forecast, 2018–2023

7.2.2. Market Estimates & Forecast, by Region, 2018–2023 Radar Systems RF Systems EO-IR Systems Acoustic Systems Other Systems

7.3. Intercepting Systems

7.3.1. Market Estimates & Forecast, 2018–2023

7.3.2. Market Estimates & Forecast, by Region, 2018–2023 RF & GNSS Jamming Systems GPS Spoofing Systems Laser Systems Nets & Projectiles Other Systems

8. Global Counter UAS Market, by Platform

8.1. Introduction

8.2. Ground-Based

8.2.1. Market Estimates & Forecast, 2018–2023

8.2.2. Market Estimates & Forecast, by Region, 2018–2023

8.3. Hand-Held

8.3.1. Market Estimates & Forecast, 2018–2023

8.3.2. Market Estimates & Forecast, by Region, 2018–2023

8.4. UAV-Based

8.4.1. Market Estimates & Forecast, 2018–2023

8.4.2. Market Estimates & Forecast, by Region, 2018–2023

9. Global Counter UAS Market, by End-User

9.1. Introduction

9.2. Military

9.2.1. Market Estimates & Forecast, 2018–2023

9.2.2. Market Estimates & Forecast, by Region, 2018–2023

9.3. Civil

9.3.1. Market Estimates & Forecast, 2018–2023

9.3.2. Market Estimates & Forecast, by Region, 2018–2023

10. Global Counter UAS Market, by Region

10.1. Introduction

10.2. North America

10.2.1. Market Estimates & Forecast, by Country, 2018–2023

10.2.2. Market Estimates & Forecast, by Type, 2018–2023

10.2.3. Market Estimates & Forecast, by Platform, 2018–2023

10.2.4. Market Estimates & Forecast, by End-User, 2018–2023

10.2.5. US Market Estimates & Forecast, by Type, 2018–2023 Market Estimates & Forecast, by Platform, 2018–2023 Market Estimates & Forecast, by End-User, 2018–2023

10.2.6. Canada Market Estimates & Forecast, by Type, 2018–2023 Market Estimates & Forecast, by Platform, 2018–2023 Market Estimates & Forecast, by End-User, 2018–2023

10.3. Europe

10.3.1. Market Estimates & Forecast, by Country, 2018–2023

10.3.2. Market Estimates & Forecast, by Type, 2018–2023

10.3.3. Market Estimates & Forecast, by Platform, 2018–2023

10.3.4. Market Estimates & Forecast, by End-User, 2018–2023

10.3.5. UK Market Estimates & Forecast, by Type, 2018–2023 Market Estimates & Forecast, by Platform, 2018–2023 Market Estimates & Forecast, by End-User, 2018–2023

10.3.6. Germany Market Estimates & Forecast, by Type, 2018–2023