Transparency Market Research (TMR) presents a new market study on the global cockpit for aerospace market. The report, titled “Glass Cockpit for Aerospace Market – Global Industry Analysis, Size, Share, Growth, Trends, and Forecast 2016 – 2024,” provides a conclusive analysis of the growth trajectory of the said market over the 2016-2024 forecast timeframe.

The market study examines vital market indices, growth trends, and products developments in order to delineate the course of the cockpit for aerospace market over the aforementioned forecast period. It looks into key segments under different category and analyzes their growth behavior over the forecast period.

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The glass cockpit provides several advantages, but it also has a few disadvantages pertaining to low battery life than traditional mechanical systems. The digital glass cockpit system offers a host of advantages provided the pilot is well-versed with the complete system. Therefore, during an emergency the time spent on fixing the problem is much more if the pilot is not well-versed with the glass cockpit mechanism. This requires pilots to be trained for new glass cockpit mechanism leading pilots to devote more time on training than on flying.

The report segments the cockpit for aerospace market depending on aircraft type, display size, display type, and geography. Bsed on aircraft type, the market could be segmented into cargo aircraft, business jets, trainer aircrafts, general aviation aircrafts, and helicopter. By display type, the market could be bifurcated into primary fight display, multi-function display, and display backup. On the basis of display size, the market could be segmented into less than 5 inches, greater than 10 inches, and between 5 and 10 inches.

Key players in the cockpit for aerospace market include Avidyne Corporation, Northrop Grumman Corporation, Gramin Ltd., Rockwell Collins, DynonAvionics, Aspen Avionics Inc., Honeywell Aerospace Inc., Universal Avionics System Corporation, Elbit System Ltd., and Esterline Technologies Corporation.

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