“In-Flight Autopilot Systems Perform Intensive Tasks”

by Harry W. Analyst

 In-flight autopilot systems are nowadays finding application in all kinds of aircrafts in order to enhance the operational efficiency during the flight. The major usage of in-flight autopilot systems is to guide and control an aircraft without any direct assistance from the pilot. In-flight autopilot systems perform intensive tasks enabling pilots to focus on the overall status of the flight and aircraft. Advances in technology are often praised for making travelling on aircraft safer. In-flight autopilot systems represent such sophisticated technological developments that have made flying safer and more comfortable. With automation penetrating almost every sphere of life, autopilot systems are only expected to get better in the near future for better operational efficiency. Furthermore, in response to the expansion of the global aviation industry, the demand for in-flight autopilot systems is also anticipated to significantly increase in forthcoming years.

In-flight Autopilot Systems Details:

An autopilot system is composed of set of devices which is used to guide and control an aircraft without any direct assistance from the pilot. Earlier, the application of autopilot systems was only limited to maintaining a constant heading and altitude but nowadays autopilot systems are able to control every function of the flight from take-off to landing. Increasing focus towards improving the operational efficiency of the aircrafts is one of the primary factors responsible for the growth of the in-flight autopilot systems market. The use of autopilot systems in the aircrafts helps to lower the fuel consumption and improve navigation accuracy. In addition, the demand for in-flight autopilot systems market is expected to be high considering the fact that it enhances the safety of the flight. Moreover, growing need for automation of the aircrafts is also contributing to the growth of the in-flight autopilot systems market.

Increasing Demand from Aviation Companies Boosts In-Flight Autopilot Systems Market

The increasing focus of aviation companies on enhancing the operational efficiency of aircraft is a primary factor boosting the global in-flight autopilot systems market. These systems not only lower the fuel consumption by aircraft but also help improve the overall safety. Recent trends demonstrate that manufacturers have become more prudent about the safety quotient offered by their aircraft; hence, a rise in investment for research and development activities is noticed. The fundamental purpose fuelling such endeavors is to make aircraft more fuel-efficient by equipping them with the most modern versions of autopilot systems.

In-flight Autopilot Systems Market Information:

Commercial Aircrafts Hold 60% of Global In-Flight Autopilot Systems Market

An in-flight autopilot system typically includes a flight control system, flight director system, avionics system, attitude and heading reference system, and others. These constitute the segments of the global inflight autopilot systems market. Of these, flight director systems held the largest share in the market based on revenue in 2014. In terms of aircraft type, the global in-flight autopilot systems market can be segmented into fixed wing aircraft and rotary wing aircraft. Of these, the fixed wing aircraft segment held the maximum share in the market.

Based on application, the market for in-flight autopilot systems comprises the segments of military aircraft, commercial aircraft, and civilian aircraft. Of these, the commercial aircraft segment held the largest share in the market, accounting for 60% in terms of revenue in 2014. The increasing number of air passengers has had a positive implication on the overall market for in-flight autopilot systems. The demand for autopilot systems in commercial aircraft is also augmented by the increasing focus of aviation companies on automating their flights.  

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