Weapons that use directed energy to deliver a focused burst of energy to a target are known as pulsed energy projectile (PEP) weapons. PEP weapons are made to disable a target without doing much physical damage.
Military and police enforcement organizations frequently employ PEP weapons for crowd control, security, and other non-lethal purposes.
The demand for non-lethal weapons is likely to rise in the next years, and new technological advancements that improve the efficiency and security of PEP weapons are expected to fuel this growth. It’s important to note, though, that the creation and application of PEP weapons can be contentious, and that both legal restrictions and moral issues apply to their usage.
GLOBAL PULSED ENERGY PROJECTILE WEAPONS MARKET SIZE AND FORECAST
The Global Pulsed Energy Projectile Weapons Market accounted for $XX Billion in 2022 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2023 to 2030.
NEW PRODUCT LAUNCH
After the U.S. Navy deployed its 30-kilowatt LaWS laser in, a variety of new aircraft, ship, and ground vehicle lasers with 50, 100, and 150 kilowatts of power have been developed. Each of them generates a constant beam that must be kept on the object until it melts or burns a hole in it.
The ‘dwell time’, which is normally a few seconds, is the time spent anticipating that the beam will cause damage. It obviously poses a significant targeting issue, which is one of the reasons drones and cruise missiles that do not engage in evasive maneuvers are chosen targets.
The Tactical Ultrashort Pulsed Laser for Army Platforms from the U.S. Army is distinct because it emits a series of brief yet incredibly potent pulses as opposed to a continuous beam. The pulses may also be visible, adding to the sci-fi appeal as present infrared lasers are invisible. The gun can shoot up to 50 pulses per second.
The program builds on earlier military pulsed-laser innovations like the SCUPLS, a plasma-detonating device prototype that produces non-lethal balls of plasma.
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