The aerospace industry has witnessed a major inclination towards safety and security. The adoption of advanced security solutions is expected to grow substantially with the prevalence of national and international level illegal activities and the growing concerns of passenger safety. Modern aircraft are being equipped with high-end systems and cameras that enable effective monitoring and surveillance, thereby boosting the security of commercial aircraft. With a continual rise in the number of air passengers, a greater number of commercial aircraft are added to the fleet. This scenario has projected notable opportunities for the providers of commercial aircraft video surveillance systems.
1. Technological Advancements Create Next-Gen Video Surveillance Systems
Continual developments on the technology front are boosting the capabilities of the commercial aircraft video surveillance systems. Advanced and intelligent solutions are elevating the potential of aircraft to achieve high-end security. The installation of high-definition (HD) cameras and video recorders in modern aircraft is rapidly rising across the globe. These systems play a crucial role in effective monitoring and surveillance in aircraft.
For instance, Latécoère Interconnection Systems, a recognized commercial aircraft video surveillance systems market player was selected by Turkish Airlines for equipping Latécoère’s HD Landscape cameras to its Boeing 787s fleet. Apart from this, Latécoère’s Direct View cabin video system was selected for installation by Lufthansa Technik in the redesigned A320 cabin offering.
2. Increasing Aircraft Installations to Open New Opportunities
The increasing installation in aircraft is expected to create a major potential for the providers of commercial aircraft video surveillance systems. Next-gen commercial aircraft video surveillance systems are being deployed on new commercial aircraft fleets.
For instance, the Flight Deck Entry Video Surveillance Systems by a leading commercial aircraft video surveillance systems market player, AD Aerospace was featured in the Airbus A220. Apart from this, AD Aerospace’s external aerospace cameras are also installed in helicopters which would be applicable for rescue operations and in the oil and gas market.
3. Regulatory Mandates to Push Implementation
Regulatory bodies are undertaking effective strategies in an attempt to maintain the safety of passengers and aircraft crew. Moreover, with increasing terror incidents, security and surveillance systems are gaining major traction. One such regulation was revised back in 2016, by the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO). ICAO revised its Standards and Recommended Practices for recommending that particular commercial helicopters and aircraft to carry lightweight flight recorders. Other organizations such as International Aerospace Quality Group and European Aviation Safety Agency are also mandating aircraft to install commercial aircraft video surveillance systems.
The commercial aircraft video surveillance systems market is expected to witness more such noteworthy developments over the years. Readers can avail a comprehensive study to know more.