Energy Storage Systems for Aerospace Vehicles of TomorrowPosted Mar 13, 2020
Chicago, IL: PreScouter, a Chicago-based research intelligence company has released a detailed report on state-of-the-art aerospace vehicles currently in development, as well as a snapshot of the different energy storage technologies that will be used to power them. With the global A&D battery market projected to reach nearly $212B in 2023, PreScouter sees this report a valuable resource for understanding the realm of new aerospace capabilities and the battery technologies that will enable them.
“New advances in energy storage technology are enabling new designs in the aerospace and defense sector,” says Dr. Sofiane Boukhalfa, co-author and PreScouter Technical Director for the Aerospace and Defense industry. These new designs and the energy storage technologies powering them are enabling users to target applications ranging from passenger transport and surveillance to telecommunications.
The report highlights four different aerospace vehicles of tomorrow, most of them at different stages of development, that are targeting different segments of the aerospace and defense market. The report also presents key technologies for energy storage and the properties to consider when choosing an energy storage system for aviation.
To help navigate this emerging sector, the authors believe the report will serve as a primer on a few of the relevant technologies and designs proliferating around the globe today.
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