The U.S. Army's M1 Abrams MBT with TUSK upgrade uses composite, reactive and slat armour Military vehicles are commonly armoured (or armored; see spelling differences) to withstand the impact of shrapnel, bullets, missiles or shells, protecting the personnel inside from enemy fire. Such vehicles include armoured fighting vehicles like tanks, aircraft and ships.Civilian vehicles may also be armoured. These vehicles include cars used by reporters, officials and others in conflict zones or where violent crime is common, and presidential limousines. Civilian armoured cars are also routinely used by security firms to carry money or valuables to reduce the risk of highway robbery or the hijacking of the cargo.Armour may also be used in vehicles to protect from threats other than a deliberate attack. Some spacecraft are equipped with specialised armour to protect them against impacts from micrometeoroids or fragments of space junk. Modern aircraft powered by jet engines usually have them fitted with a sort of armour in the form of an aramid composite kevlar bandage around the fan casing or debris containment walls built into the casing of their gas turbine engines to prevent injuries or airframe damage should the fan, compressor, or turbine blades break free.The design and purpose of the vehicle determines the amount of armour plating carried, as the plating is often very heavy and excessive amounts of armour restrict mobility. In order to decrease this problem, some new materials (nanomaterials) and material compositions are being researched which include buckypaper and aluminium foam armour plates.
Based on the Vehicle Armor market development status, competitive landscape and development model in different regions of the world, this report is dedicated to providing niche markets, potential risks and comprehensive competitive strategy analysis in different fields. From the competitive advantages of different types of products and services, the development opportunities and consumption characteristics and structure analysis of the downstream application fields are all analyzed in detail. To Boost Growth during the epidemic era, this report analyzes in detail for the potential risks and opportunities which can be focused on.
In Chapter 2.4 of the report, we share our perspectives for the impact of COVID-19 from the long and short term.
In chapter 3.4, we provide the influence of the crisis on the industry chain, especially for marketing channels.
In chapters 8-13, we update the timely industry economic revitalization plan of the country-wise government.
Key players in the global Vehicle Armor market covered in Chapter 5:
BAE Systems PLC
E.L Dupont DE Nemours & Co.
Australian Defence Apparel Pty Ltd.
Royal Ten Cate (Tencate)
Point Blank Enterprises
Honeywell International, Inc.
Morgan Advanced Materials PLC
In Chapter 6, on the basis of types, the Vehicle Armor market from 2015 to 2025 is primarily split into:
Light protected vehicles
Infantry fighting vehicles
Armored personnel carriers
Main battle tanks
Armored amphibious vehicles
Mine resistance ambush protected (MRAP) vehicles
In Chapter 7, on the basis of applications, the Vehicle Armor market from 2015 to 2025 covers:
Geographically, the detailed analysis of consumption, revenue, market share and growth rate, historic and forecast (2015-2025) of the following regions are covered in Chapter 8-13:
North America (Covered in Chapter 9)
Europe (Covered in Chapter 10)
Asia-Pacific (Covered in Chapter 11)
South America (Covered in Chapter 12)
Middle East and Africa (Covered in Chapter 13)
Years considered for this report:
Historical Years: 2015-2019
Base Year: 2019
Estimated Year: 2020
Forecast Period: 2020-2025