세계의 수륙양용차 시장
Global Amphibious Vehicle Market
이 보고서는 세계 수륙양용차(Amphibious Vehicle) 시장을 조사했으며, 기술 동향, 시장 동향 및 전망, 지역별/국가별 동향, 시장 기회 등을 정리한 보고서입니다.
An amphibious vehicle may travel on land as well as through water. Light, wheeled command and reconnaissance vehicles to big tanks are examples of military amphibious vehicles. Waterproof screens, which are employed to allow military vehicles to ford larger waters, can provide a 'wading' capacity to some vehicles. Telescopic snorkels can be used to allow certain vehicles to cross water deeper than the vehicle itself. Air-cushioned landing craft (hovercraft) can replace larger wheeled and tracked vehicles in specific roles, particularly as landing craft. AAVs are designed to operate in and out of the water, in tough situations, transporting troops, equipment, and other vehicles from ship to shore.
The AAV7A1 Assault Amphibious Vehicle (AAV) is the primary amphibious vehicle utilized by the US Marine Corps to transport marines and cargo from ship to shore. The AAV is one of the world's best amphibious assault vehicles, thanks to its boat-like hull design and powerful water jets. The AAV7A1 can execute amphibious missions up to Sea State 3 and has a cruising speed of 13kmph and a water endurance of more than seven hours. It is armed with a.50 cal machine gun and an MK19 40mm grenade machine gun and can be launched and retrieved from Landing Ship, Dock (LSD), and landing platform/dock (LPD).
The infantry battle vehicle BMP-3 provides improved firepower, mobility, and people protection. The BMP-3F has amphibious systems such as a lighter anti-surge vane and an air intake tube and can operate at Sea State 3. It can float for seven hours and is powered by two water jet propellers and a four-stroke, liquid-cooled diesel engine, allowing it to reach a top speed of 10kmph. A 100mm 2A70 gun, a 30mm 2A72 automatic gun, and 7.62mm machine guns provide fire support. At Sea State 2, the vehicle can fire all onboard weapons and is protected from small arms fire and shell splinters.
Unmanned amphibious vehicles will provide a steady supply of fuel for armored combat vehicles, electric generators, and logistics operations for soldiers pushing their way interior from attack beaches. Surveillance payloads with different sensors and medical evacuation variants are also attracting attention. These vehicles can extract casualties, supply ammunition to the frontline and also prove ISR data. All this can be achieved by just changing the payload for the mission requirement. These are some of the key market trends that will drive market growth.
Machine autonomy solutions for amphibious vehicles, as well as aerial, ground, surface, and undersea vehicles that must operate in combat conditions are in demand. The hybrid engine that combines the power of a diesel engine with a silent electric motor is also one of the key market trends that influence the growth of the market
Increasing defense spending will enable the procurement of newer amphibious vehicles. Nations are also investing in developing the next generation of amphibious assault vehicles (AAV). The increase in defense spending will also encourage upgrading existing amphibious platforms with newer technologies and equipment. Procurement will also be driven by prevailing geo-political conditions in Europe and the Asia Pacific.
The market forecast includes a comprehensive market analysis and market size. The market analysis includes regional market size, drivers, restraints, and opportunities. The regional analysis also includes country-wise market size.
BAE Systems will deliver 463 vehicles to three European partners - the United Kingdom, Sweden, and Germany - with Cummins engines manufactured in Darlington. DE&S negotiated the UK component of the international Collaborative All-Terrain Vehicle (CATV) program, and the UK Commando Force will receive 60 Future All-Terrain Vehicles (FATV) under a £140 million contract beginning in February 2025. The Littoral Response Groups of the Navy will use the vehicles. Highly mobile amphibious task forces formed to respond to emergencies in areas strategically crucial to the United Kingdom. The amphibious, multi-role, armored vehicle will be capable of operating in the worst weather conditions and most remote places, including variations for troop transport, supplies, medical evacuation, recovery, and command and control.
The Marine Corps has taken custody of what might become the service's next replacement for its four-decade-old family of amphibious reconnaissance vehicles. Textron Systems revealed this week that its prototype "Cottonmouth" vehicle had been handed to the Marine Corps in Silver Springs, Nevada as part of the service's Advanced Reconnaissance Vehicle (ARV) program. The ARV is planned to be the successor to the Light Armored Vehicle (LAV)-25, which has been a backbone of the Marine Corps light armored recon battalions since 1983 and was recently recognized as the most accident-prone vehicle in the service's fleet by the Government Accountability Office.