Amsterdam, Netherlands - October 05, 2023 -
The landscape of land vehicle protection is undergoing a remarkable transformation as breakthrough technologies and evolving market trends reshape the future of armoured vehicles. In a groundbreaking study "Protection Systems for Land Vehicles - Market and Technology Forecast to 2031," leading experts and analysts delve into the intricate world of defence mechanisms, shedding light on the driving forces and innovations that are propelling the industry forward.
In an era marked by technological innovation, the demand for enhanced protection measures for armoured vehicles has surged. New-age materials, modular designs, and advanced sensors are at the forefront of this revolution. The integration of cutting-edge technologies not only enhances survivability but also ensures the safety of personnel within these vehicles.
Active Protection Systems (APS) have emerged as a game-changer in the realm of land vehicle protection. These systems, equipped with radar, infrared sensors, and countermeasure launchers, have proven their mettle in intercepting and neutralizing incoming threats. The report highlights the rise in international collaboration for APS development, with key players across the globe vying to deliver the most effective solutions.
The study emphasizes the importance of passive protection systems, which encompass a diverse array of technologies such as Chobham armour, ceramic composites, and steel plate armours. These systems offer a multilayered defence against a spectrum of threats, ensuring that armoured vehicles can withstand various forms of attacks.
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Publish date: August 2023 - Pages: 145