The major advantage of market for air management systems is the technological enhancement in air traffic. The enhancement of technologies in the air management is resulting in efficient performance of air management systems. The up gradation of conventional sensors with latest sensors which results in accurate results, and technologically robust heat exchangers is also helping in coherent performance of the aircraft, thus helping the air management system to perform smoothly. Moreover, the growing use of electronics and electrical systems in the aircrafts is demanding for more efficient thermal management system. The increased usage of electronics and electrical systems in an aircraft results in increased heat loss, which hampers the system’s performance. Thus, the enhanced thermal management system on an aircraft can reduce the heat loss which in turn increases the performance, and hence helps the market for air management system to surge over the period.
The major restraining factor for the air management system is the challenge faced during modernization of older aircrafts with the latest technologies. The installation of technologically advanced systems of an aircraft in order to modernize the aircraft is a major challenge for the aircraft companies. Owing to this fact, the backlog of modernization of aircrafts in the commercial as well as in military forces is increasing, which is impacting negatively on the growth of the market for air management systems.
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The air space in the emerging nations is witnessing a significant surge in the business or private jets. The increase in business jets is demanding for more robust technologies in order to have a safe flight operation. This factor is anticipated to drive the market for air management systems heavily in the coming years.
The market for air management systems is segmented on basis of systems, components, platform and geography. The various systems used in air management systems includes, thermal management systems, engine bleed air systems, oxygen systems, cabin pressure control systems, fuel tank inerting systems and ice protection systems. The thermal management systems is further segmented as air conditioning systems, supplement cooling systems, fluid and hydraulic cooling systems. The oxygen systems is sub segmented as continuous flow systems, pressure demand systems and portable oxygen systems. The ice protection systems are de-icing systems and anti-icing systems. The thermal management systems led the market for air management systems globally in 2016.
The different components used in an air management systems are fixed oxygen generation systems air cycle machine, air separator market, heat exchangers, and air mixer among others. As the fixed oxygen generation systems is used to supply pressurized air to the aircraft cabin, the segment is an essential component, and due to this, the segment dominated the market in 2016. Based on platform, the air management market is segmented on basis of fixed wing aircrafts, and rotary wing aircrafts. The fixed wing aircraft segment is further segmented as commercial fixed wing aircraft and military fixed wing aircraft. The rotary wing aircraft segment is sub segmented as commercial rotary wing aircraft and military rotary wing aircraft. The fixed wing aircraft segment dominated the market for air management systems in 2016. Geographically, the air management systems market is segmented on basis of five strategic regions globally as North America, Europe, Asia Pacific, Middle East and Africa and Latin America. Due to presence of major aircraft companies in the region, North America accounted for the largest market share in 2016.
The major participants operating in the market for air management systems includes Honeywell International Inc. (U.S), Zodiac Aerospace (France), United Technologies Corporation (U.S), Dukes Aerospace Inc. (U.S), Rockwell Collins, Inc. (U.S), Meggitt PLC (U.K), Liebherr Group (Germany), Aeronamic Aircraft Subsystems (Netherlands), Shimadzu Corporation (Japan), Diehl Stiftung & Co. Kg. (Germany).
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