Unmanned Aircraft and Systems Marketplace: Commercial and Military Controlled, Autonomous, and Semi-autonomous Unmanned Aerial Vehicles including Drones and Remotely Piloted Vehicles Global and Regional Market Assessment and Forecasts 2020 – 2025

Unmanned Aircraft and Systems Marketplace: Commercial and Military Controlled, Autonomous, and Semi-autonomous Unmanned Aerial Vehicles including Drones and Remotely Piloted Vehicles Global and Regional Market Assessment and Forecasts 2020 – 2025

  • June 2020 •
  • 279 pages •
  • Report ID: 5914625 •
  • Format: PDF
Overview
This report evaluates commercial and military Unmanned Aircraft and Systems marketplace including enabling technologies, applications, market analysis, and more. The report provides analysis of current market conditions and provides an outlook for the future with forecasts from 2020 to 2025 by segment, product, technology, vertical markets and applications. All purchases include time with an expert analyst who will help you link key findings in the report to the business issues you’re addressing. This needs to be used within three months of purchasing the report.

Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS) can be generally segmented into those that are remotely piloted and those that have at least some degree of autonomous operation. While the consumer market is becoming increasingly interested in small unmanned aircraft systems (a subset of all UAS, typically flown for hobby and recreational purposes), the type and number of applications for UAS for business applications is rapidly expanding across a diverse array of industry verticals.

The global Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV) market comprises commercial and military applications. Commercial drone technology includes energy and propulsion systems, automation system, collision avoidance system, cyber security and jamming, on-board data processing, and communication data links and radio frequency spectrum capacity. Military UAS applications include defense and various homeland security solutions.

The commercial drone market segment comprises hardware, software and services. By way of example, drone hardware includes fixed wing drones, rotary bland drones, nano-drones, and hybrid drones. Commercial drone market segments assessed include Energy and Propulsion, Automation Systems, Collision Avoidance Systems, Cyber Security, On-board (distributed) Data Processing, and Distributed Communications (communication data links and radio).

Leading companies such as Amazon are planning the widespread use of UAVs for retail delivery and related logistics. Drones are also anticipated to be used extensively in public safety including law enforcement, search and rescue operations. In addition, commercial drone services companies are anticipated to make a big impact on enterprise and industrial business operations.

Drone-enabled services include mapping, survey, and inspection services of critical assets such as wind turbines, utility assets, and commercial properties. Accordingly, this research sees both stand-alone services companies as well as those integrated with communications service providers. By way of example, Verizon Communications purchased Skyward, which provides drone solutions to a variety of companies.

Target Audience:
• UAV manufacturers
• Drone services companies
• Telecommunications companies
• Electronics component providers
• Internet of Things (IoT) companies
• Retail and wholesale service providers
• Venture capitalists, consultants, and related
• Commercial, military, and government organizations

Select Report Findings:
• Open platforms and APIs is opening up global UAV application development marketplace
• Emerging opportunities are developing for UAV fleet management and UAV solutions as a service
• Biggest UAV market drivers are enterprise and industrial segments and government smart city solutions
• Integrated drone and smart city applications will be commonplace in 54% of major metropolitan areas by 2025

Target Audience:
• Wireless carriers
• Security companies
• Device manufacturers
• Data management companies
• Device management companies
• Network infrastructure companies

Companies in Report:
• 2G Engineering
• 3D Robotics
• ABB Robotics
• AMS RBR
• Adept Technology Inc.
• Aethon Inc.
• Alphabet, Inc. (Google)
• Amazon Robotics
• Anki Inc.
• Apex Automation and Robotics
• Auris Surgical Robotics Inc.
• Aurotek Corp.
• Autonomous Solutions, Inc.
• Axium Inc.
• Blue Ocean Robotics ApS
• Canvas Technology
• Carbon Robotics
• Carbon3D
• Celera Motion
• Clearpath Robotics
• Comau Robotics
• Construction Robotics
• CyPhy Works
• Cyberdyne
• DJI
• Daihen Corp.
• Delphi Automotive
• Denso Wave Inc.
• Ekso Bionics
• Ellison Technologies Inc.
• Energid Technologies
• Epson Robots
• FANUC Robotics
• Fetch Robotics
• Foxconn Technology Group
• Ghost Robotics LLC
• Greensea Systems Inc.
• GreyOrange
• Hanson Robotics Ltd.
• Hypertherm Inc.
• IAM Robotics
• Intuitive Surgical, Inc.
• Jibo
• Kairos Autonomi
• Kawasaki
• Kraken Sonar Systems Inc.
• Kuka Robotics
• Lockheed Martin
• Locus Robotics
• Micromo
• Milvus Robotics
• Mitsubishi Electric Corp.
• Mobile Industrial Robots ApS
• Modbot Inc.
• Nachi Fujikoshi Corp.
• Open Bionics
• Pari Robotics
• PrecisionHawk
• Qihan Technology Co.
• ReWalk Robotics
• Reis Robotics
• Roboplan
• Robosoft Services Robots
• RobotLAB Inc.
• Rockwell Automation Inc.
• Rokid Inc.
• SRI International
• SSI Schaefer
• Samsung
• SapientX Inc.
• Savioke
• Schunk
• Seegrid
• Seven Dreamers Laboratories Inc.
• Sharp Electronics Corp.
• Siasun Robot and Automation Co Ltd.
• Siemens
• SkySpecs
• Soft Robotics Inc.
• SoftBank Robotics Corporation
• Softweb Solutions Inc.
• Soil Machine Dynamics Ltd.
• Sony
• Starship Technologies
• Staubli International AG
• Stryker (MAKO Surgical)
• Stäubli
• Suitable Technologies
• Swisslog
• SynTouch
• TM Robotics
• TORC Robotics
• Teradyne Inc.
• Teun
• Titan Medical
• Touch Bionics
• Toyota
• Transcend Robotics
• ULC Robotics Inc.
• Universal Robotics
• Universal Robots A/S
• VEX Robotics
• VGo Communications
• Vecna Technologies
• Verb Surgical
• Vigilant Robots
• Virtual Incision Corporation
• Visual Components Oy
• WaveBot
• Willrich Precision Instrument Co.
• World Drone Academy
• Wynright (Daifuku Co Ltd)
• Yamaha Robotics
• Yaskawa Motoman
• ZenRobotics
• inVia Robotics