World Public Safety Drones Sector to Surpass USD 679 Mln Mark in 2021, Says Arcluster in Its Reports Available at MarketPublishers.com
20 May 2016 • by Natalie Aster
LONDON – The worldwide public safety drones sector is poised to record just over 127% growth, from an estimated USD 11.3 million as of 2016 to surpass the USD 679 million mark by 2021. The growth is mainly be driven by an upsurge in sales of drone hardware.
Manifold public safety applications areas like law enforcement, disaster management, fire-fighting, search and rescue operations, and emergency medical care are poised to reap the benefits of exploiting drones for security purposes. Over the next 5 to 10 years, the market for public safety drones is projected to grow significantly. The reasons for this expansion are governments’ focus on the adoption of drones across different countries, in tandem with the drone's inherent capability of addressing mission-critical scenarios.
New cutting-edge report “Worldwide Public Safety Drones Market” drawn up by Arcluster is devoted to an all-round, unbiased analysis of the marketplace on a global scale, alongside providing detailed forecasts through to 2021. The market is categorised based on segments, applications and geographical regions, with the market size and growth forecasts provided for each of the subsectors in question. The study carefully examines the market dynamics, limelights key industry trends, offers assumptions, canvasses the main forces impacting the sector, etc. Profound demand side insights are provided as well. Furthermore, the research publication gives a brief discussion of a number of key market participants including CyPhy Works, 3D Robotics, AeroVironment, Sentera LLC, Draganfly Innovations, and DJI Innovations.
The report is a valuable resource for drone market players and security contractors to elaborate strategies, marketing objectives and business decisions on the basis of the actionable market data and intelligence.
Other insightful reports by Arcluster are provided in the publisher’s catalogue.