A major focus in the global aerospace market is the ongoing business model transformation of aircraft OEMs. Taking advantage of the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) and data platform technologies, aircraft OEMs are moving away from selling airframes, systems, and components, and towards delivering maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO) services as well as digital solutions.
Frost & Sullivan’s Aerospace Research Program
Our team of analysts combine their global network of relationships with key industry players and their deep understanding of industry best practices, gaps, and areas for improvement to help clients not only identify emerging growth opportunities but also leverage them.
The aerospace industry is witnessing transformational changes, driven by an unprecedented growth in aircraft production rates. Aircraft integrators put pressure on OEMs and challenge their business models, by investing in their own production capabilities, across avionics, cabin interiors and actuation systems. At the same time new competitors from emerging markets and adjacent industries are looking to take advantage of OE growth opportunities and an attractive aerospace aftermarket.
In this environment, new technologies and innovative products are also having a significant impact on the supply chain. Integrated data platforms are using advanced analytics to make sense of aircraft operational data. Artificial Intelligence is also used in predicting operational performance and component failures, reducing disruptions and improving reliability.
Frost & Sullivan’s Aerospace Research Team helps clients understand the challenges and opportunities created by such widespread transformation. Our team delivers knowledge-based, results-driven services and solutions to clients. Our comprehensive and actionable insights help clients to develop and deliver effective long-term strategies.
We continuously monitor overall dynamics and drivers, challenges and restraints, forecasts and trends, key segments/technologies, competitor profiles and market shares. Our robust qualitative and quantitative research framework is designed to help clients achieve both tactical and strategic imperatives essential for organizational growth. We work with aircraft integrators, supply chain OEMs, aftermarket suppliers, IT companies, financial institutions, and technology start-ups, offering them in-depth assessments focused on growth opportunities emerging from disruption, transformation, and innovation in the aerospace industry’s ecosystem. Our critical information enables strategic clarity in decision making, competitive positioning, and growth acceleration. Customized consulting projects and strategy workshops enable clients to gain insights into emerging events with strategic relevance/implications for the future direction and development of their respective segments. Our projects leverage our global reach, industry experience, and rigorous research methodologies to support clients across the growth continuum from ideation to implementation. Frost & Sullivan’s Aerospace Research Program can support your organization in each of the following areas:
- Development, feasibility analysis, and implementation of new aerospace aftermarket solutions
- Benchmarking, development, and adoption of new business models
- Competitor benchmarking across OEM and aftermarket segments, assessing industry best practices and strategic plans of incumbents
- Development of go-to-market strategies through product, pricing, and competitive analysis
- Support in designing and delivering strategies to penetrate emerging markets
- Assessment of the impact and revenue opportunities from new aerospace market segments, such as digital data platforms, civil UAVs, UTM and electric VTOL aircraft
Our team has successfully run several workshops, including working with:
- A major aircraft integrator to help restructure its business units and create a more flexible, agile organization
- A US-based tier 2 component supplier to help it establish a presence in European aerospace markets
- A European Tier 3 OEM, looking to identify opportunities to expand its portfolio of aerospace products
work in the following strategic and operational areas:
Electrical Power Systems
In-Flight Entertainment and Connectivity (IFEC)
Air Traffic Management (ATM)
Maintenance, Repair and Overhaul (MRO)
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