Despite the COVID-19 outbreak, announcement of new businesses in the first three quarters of 2020 held promising growth potentials for stakeholders in the military flight training schools market. This includes an award for CAE (Canadian Aviation Electronics) to perform avionics updates on an E-3A flight deck simulator and FTD (Flight Training Device) for the NATO AWACS force at the Geilenkirchen air base in Germany.
Since the coronavirus pandemic has made several countries vulnerable to potential attacks from neighboring countries including the world witnessed the struggle between China and India, ensuring national security has become a priority for governments. Such trends are expected to boost the demand for hardware and services in the military flight training schools market.
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AI, 3D Modeling Address Challenges from Power Competitors
Machine learning (ML), artificial intelligence (AI), and virtual reality (VR) are being used as important tools to address security threats and challenges from emerging great power competitors such as terrorists and violent extremist organizations. This explains why the military flight training schools market is estimated to reach US$ 4.5 Bn by 2030. Vricon – a specialist in satellite-derived 3D data for defense and intelligence segments is gaining recognition for its Precision 3D Registration (P3DR), which georegisters sensor data with a 3D model in real-time to measure coordinates without the need for ground-control points.
Combining stereophotogrammetry and Big Data processing have helped to produce 3D (3 dimensional) model-like images of locations with the help of real textures and 3-meter absolute accuracy in all dimensions.
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Accessibility for Immersive Training Devices Augment Pilot Training
Low cost simulation programs are translating into revenue opportunities for companies in the military flight training schools market. Such trends are augmenting pilot training and increasing accessibility of simulation programs that can be installed on ordinary computers and laptops. Developers are increasing their focus in a spectrum of immersive training devices that support pilot training.
The global military flight training schools market is anticipated to expand at a sluggish CAGR of ~3% during the assessment period. This is evident since it has been found that there is a shortage of pilots throughout the U.S. Defense Department. Hence, manufacturers are increasing the availability of immersive training devices plugged into a digital backbone to augment the pace of pilot training.
Google Cloud Enables Remote Learning from Best Instructors
Cloud computing is playing a crucial role in today’s simulation and mission rehearsal. This has led to the popularity of Google Cloud, which is powering new Air Force flight simulators. Such innovations are creating business opportunities for companies in the military flight training schools market, since cost-effective and scalable cloud-based training interface helps to support multiple types of plane simulations.
An increasing number of student pilots is gaining awareness about Google Cloud to acquire a consistent and secure user experience from any part of the world. Companies in the military flight training schools market are capitalizing on such opportunities to increase awareness about Google Workspace to enable collaboration and remote learning with the best instructors.
Commercial Technologies Help Provide Next-gen Simulation, Mission Rehearsal Training
Technology-driven solutions are the key to gain a competitive edge in the military flight training schools market. Companies are anticipated to collaborate with academic researchers to provide new ideas and accelerate development processes. Governments are focusing on leveraging commercial technologies to provide timelines that allow soldiers to train more frequently and connect the dots between synthetic environments and simulation to train like they fight.
There is a growing need of investment in research & development (R&D) to leverage commercial technologies in developing economies of the military flight training schools market. With advancements in remote sensing and commercial technology, the geospatial community can innovate in 3D training and mission-rehearsal tools that facilitate virtual and gaming environments for soldiers.
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