Europe & US Civilian Drone Market Analysed in New IDATE Report Available at MarketPublishers.com
15 May 2015 • by Natalie Aster
LONDON – Despite being in its nascent stage, the civilian drone market is booming, with the trend especially noticeable in France. A vast number of trials are presently being performed with professional drones, or unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs), with the first major contracts not lagging behind. A variety of novel UAE applications are constantly being developed. The use of drones in all industry sectors is opening up a host of new opportunities; meantime, the industry stakeholders began facing a range of major challenges.
Moving forward, in 2016, the market for drones is expected to gather speed. Civilian drone technology is on the verge of maturity, offering great potential to create jobs and growth alike. If the market kicked off with the development of hobby drones for consumers, its growth potential now lies to a large degree in the rise of commercial applications. Upon condition that a suitable regulatory framework is introduced, and no significant disruption takes place, like a number of accidents сaused by UAVs, nearly 170, 000 commercial drones are forecast to be operating across the globe by end-2020, alongside about 12 million hobby drones.
New market study “Commercial and Consumer Drones: Market Potential and Outstanding Issues in Europe and the United States” drawn up by IDATE Consulting & Research (IDATE) offers an in-depth analysis of the US and Europe’s civilian drone sector over the period from 2014 to 2020. The research publication provides a discussion of technical properties of civilian drones including coverage of major related issues, challenges and development outlook; discloses information on a number of core applications for UAVs, current and potential. It provides a detailed overview of civilian drone manufacturers, civilian drone operators, and service providers; describes the major issues and challenges faced by these market players as well as contracts secured. The report examines the regulations in Europe and the USA which hinder or stimulate the market development, and concludes with 5-year forecasts for the civilian drone market including civilian drone sales through to 2020.
Commercial and Consumer Drones: Market Potential and Outstanding Issues in Europe and the United States
Published: May, 2015
Price: US$ 2,300.00
More new research studies by the publisher can be found at IDATE page.