Product Code: D9DF
4D Imaging Radars and Synthetic Aperture Radars are Finding Wide-ranging Applications in Automotive, Aerospace, and Defense
Opportunities for imaging radars are largely driven by the needs for high precision and high resolution imaging required in land surveillance for assessment of vegetation, topography, hydrology in turn enabling governments or influencing organizations make informed decisions.
A key area where imaging radars are finding extensive adoption is for use in autonomous vehicles across different levels of autonomy.
Efficacy of imaging radars are dependent on their ability to avoid interference from mediums and their capability to spot both short-range and long-range objects as well as distinguish objects and pedestrians irrespective of whether they are stationary or moving.
The primary factors influencing the adoption of imaging radars include the need for automotive safety, need for small satellites for studying various factors of the earth, and also the potential new applications of radars.
Key Questions Answered in the Technology and Innovation Study:
- What is imaging radar technology and the different types of imaging radar solutions?
- What is the application landscape of imaging radars and the different industry verticals where they are applicable?
- What are the influencing factors that are driving the opportunities for imaging radars?
- What are the technology capabilities of imaging Radars?
- Assessment of Industry Best Practices
- Growth Opportunities and Critical Success Factors
- What sort of strategies do Governments, OEMs, and other critical organizations need to embrace to sustain in the competitive marketplace?
Table of Contents
- The Strategic Imperative 8™
- The Strategic Imperative 8™
- Strategic Imperatives for Imaging Radars
- About the Growth Pipeline Enginetm
- Growth Opportunities Fuel the Growth Pipeline Engine™
1.0 Executive Summary
- 1.1 Scope of the Technology and Innovation Research
- 1.2 Research Methodology
- 1.3 Research Process and Methodology
- 1.4 Key Findings
2.0 Imaging Radars: Technology Landscape
- 2.1 Imaging Radar - Technology Overview
- 2.2 Different Types of Imaging Radars - Synthetic Aperture Radar is Widely Deployed
- 2.3 Critical Applications of Imaging Radars Include Surveillance and Environmental Mapping
- 2.4 Synthetic Aperture Radar - An Overview
- 2.5 Synthetic Aperture Radar Principle Enables the Satellite Imaging Radar
- 2.6 Laser Radar are Useful in High Precision Detection of Low Lying Geographic Areas
- 2.7 Imaging Radars Have Evolved from Being Two-dimensional to Four-dimensional
- 2.8 4D Radar Enables in Ultra-high Resolution Imaging
- 2.9 Analysis of a Home Fall Detection System Deploying 4D Radar Imaging
- 2.10 Integration of Imaging Radars in Automatic Emergency Braking Systems Enables Advanced Pedestrian Detection
3.0 Factors Influencing Adoption of Imaging Radars
- 3.1 Factors Influencing Technology Development and Adoption- Need for Automotive Safety is Critical
- 3.2 Factors Influencing Technology Adoption- Interference from Other Mediums Hinders Adoption
4.0 Assessment of Industry Best Practices
- 4.1 Strategic Partnerships Aim to Solve Sensor Platform Integration Issues
- 4.2 Acceleration of Go-to-Market for Radar Sensing Platforms is Top Priority
- 4.3 Radar Sensor Chip Solution Enables Scalability of Front Radars
- 4.4 Software Advancements are Enabling 4D Radar Developments
- 4.5 Launch of Enabling Technologies for Imaging Radars is Accelerating Their Commercialization
5.0 Patent Trends
- 5.1 Patent Assessment of Imaging Radars - The US Leads in Patent Publication
- 5.2 Patent Filing Shows a Steady Increase Through the Years for Imaging Radars
6.0 Funding Trends
- 6.1 High Investments Coming From Venture Capitalists are Directed Toward Accelerating Time-to-Market
- 6.2 Focus is Equal on Development of Radar Technologies for Defense, Space, and Automotive
7.0 Companies to Action
- 7.1 Arbe Robotics, Israel
- 7.2 Steradian Semiconductors, India
- 7.3 Vayyar Imaging, Israel
- 7.4 ICEYE, Finland
- 7.5 Thales, France
8.0 Impact of COVID-19
- 8.1 Imaging Radar can be Deployed to Detect Potential Risk of COVID-19 in Public Places
9.0 Growth Opportunities
- 9.1 Growth Opportunity 1: Adoption of Radar into Newer Markets is Driving New Product Development
- 9.1 Growth opportunity 1: Adoption of Radar into Newer Markets is Driving New Product Development (continued)
- 9.2 Growth Opportunity 2: IP Scenario is Extensively Driven by Advancements in Defense and Automotive
- 9.2 Growth Opportunity 2: IP Scenario is Extensively Driven by Advancements in Defense and Automotive Industries (continued)
- 9.3 Growth Opportunity 3: Strategic Alliances Form the Crux of Technology Development
- 9.3 Growth opportunity 3: Strategic Alliances Form the Crux of Technology Development (continued)
10.0 Key Contacts
11.0 Next steps
- Your Next Steps
- Why Frost, Why Now?
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