Vehicle Intercom System Market

Vehicle Intercom system are stand-alone voice communication systems that operate independently of other communication networks

Vehicle Intercom system are stand-alone voice communication systems that operate independently of other communication networks. These systems consist of different types of units and accessories and are designed for voice, video, and data communication among vehicle crewmen and other combat passengers. Intercom systems are used in vehicles to ensure safe and clear communication inside and outside the vehicle.

Vehicle Intercom system are stand-alone voice communication systems that operate independently of other communication networks. These systems consist of different types of units and accessories and are designed for voice, video, and data communication among vehicle crewmen and other combat passengers. Intercom systems are used in vehicles to ensure safe and clear communication inside and outside the vehicle. 

The vehicle intercom system market is projected to grow from USD 845.9 million in 2018 to USD 1,180.5 million by 2023, at a CAGR of 6.89% from 2018 to 2023. The market in Asia Pacific is expected to grow at the highest CAGR during the forecast period. Countries in the Asia Pacific region are expected to increase their spending on the tactical vehicle intercom systems and radios, particularly for the land-based communication. This is because the armed forces in various countries of the Asia Pacific region have been using analog systems and as such, are planning to procure fully digital communication devices, which can be easily upgraded, in terms of their throughout during their operational lives.

Key players in the vehicle intercom market include Cobham (UK), Harris Corporation (US), David Clark (US), Elbit Systems (Israel), and Thales Group (France). These market players have been focusing on securing contracts from governments to ensure growth in the vehicle intercom market. The core competencies of these market players include their widespread geographical presence and increased investments in R&D activities.

Cobham Plc (UK) is the leading player in the vehicle intercom system market. The company developed a Vehicle Intercom Systems (VIS) that provides customers with a complete capability across a wide spectrum of platform types and functions, ranging from light vehicles to heavy armor and command centers, enabling safe, secure, fast and reliable voice and data communications.

In October 2013, Northrop Grumman Cobham Intercoms (NGCI), a joint venture between Northrop Grumman and Cobham was awarded the first production delivery order of the AN/VIC-5 enhanced vehicular communication system from the US Army.

Harris Corporation (US) is the second-largest player in the vehicle intercom system market. The company conducts R&D activities involving applied research, and new product and systems development.

In June 2017, the US Special Operations Command awarded a 6-year ceiling, single-award IDIQ contract to Harris Corporation worth USD 255 million to supply powerful next-generation multi-channel manpack radios that will enable superior communications for the US Special Operations Forces (SOF) on the battlefield.

David Clark (US) Company hold the third position in the vehicle intercom system market. It provides COTS solution to communicate in high-noise environments, especially those associated with fire/rescue and emergency operations during call response. The company specializes in modular, dependable communication systems that excel in exceedingly loud work conditions, and incorporate rugged noise-attenuating headsets, substantially enhancing the safety and performance of users in a wide variety of industries and applications.

Elbit Systems (Israel) conduct R&D activities involving applied research, and new products and systems development. The company’s strong R&D capabilities enable it to produce innovative products that meet the customers’ expectations. Elbit Systems invests a significant part of its total revenue in R&D activities, primarily to maintain its development methodologies at the highest level in the market, acquire technological components in support of the company’s differentiation strategy and the development of reusable product lines. In May 2016, Elbit Systems received a contract worth USD 40 million from a European country to supply advanced tactical communications systems.

Related Reports:

Vehicle Intercom System Market by Application (Military Vehicles, Commercial vehicles, Airport Ground Support Vehicles, Emergency Vehicles), Component, Type (Wired, Wireless), Technology (Analog, Digital), and Region

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