NEW YORK CITY, New York, November 1, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- In a new report titled "Global Market Study on Sonobuoy: Passive Sonobuoy Segment to Retain Its Dominance Through 2024 ", Persistence Market Research analyzes the performance of the global sonobuoy market over an eight-year period and provides insights on the key factors and trends likely to influence the market during the forecast period (2016 - 2024). The global sonobuoy market is anticipated to grow from US$ 518.4 Mn in 2016 to US$ 844.9 Mn by 2024, expanding at a CAGR of 6.3% in terms of revenue during the forecast period (2016-2024). In this report, the global sonobuoy market is tracked in terms of value and is calibrated to obtain market revenue estimates. Increasing need amongst emerging economies to strengthen their anti-submarine operations and to monitor their natural resources are major factors driving the growth of the global sonobuoy market. Demand for sonobuoys is strongly associated with the growth of anti-submarine warfare market. Moreover, demand for passive sonobuoys is expected to increase because of the fact that it performs detection and tracking without notifying the target object about its presence, and this is expected to reflect in the revenue forecast. To understand and assess the demand and opportunities in this market, the report is categorically split into four major sections, namely market analysis - by type, by application, by size, and by region. View and Download Report Table of Contents, Figures, and Tables:http://www.persistencemarketresearch.com/market-research/sonobuoy-market/toc The market analysis, by type, comprehensively analyzes the market on the basis of type and presents an in-depth analysis of the market in terms of value for 2016-2024. In 2015, the passive sonobuoy segment dominated the global sonobuoy market, followed by the active sonobuoy segment. The passive sonobuoy segment is anticipated to expand at the fastest CAGR of 6.5% over the forecast period in the global sonobuoy market in terms of revenue, followed by the active sonobuoy segment.