Drone Transponders Market to be Worth USD 2.5 Billion by 2022, Expects WinterGreen Research in New Report Published at MarketPublishers.com
04 Jul 2016 • by Natalie Aster
LONDON – The usage of ADS-B transponders on all aircraft represents the simplest way that can give protection against mid-air collisions. Transponders have power to transform uncooperative environment into the cooperative one. Transponders provide data on location and positioning in relation to smart commercial UAS. The above mentioned UAS have a computers inside, they are not difficult to fly and remotely maneuverable. They have a camera and, besides, contain sensor logic.
Drone transponders form a huge new marketplace that encourages economic development. UAS that is based on the aerial robotic technology can be utilised to carry out deliveries to a home of each person. At present, the technology of drone package delivery has already reached its maturity stage, and this ignites development of the total marketplace.
The world’s drone transponders market is expected to be worth USD 2.5 billion by 2022.
Some key players in the marketplace comprise: UAvionix, Sagetech, FreeFlight, and more.
New research report “Drone Transponders Market Shares, Strategies, and Forecasts, Worldwide, 2016 to 2022” developed by WinterGreen Research offers a comprehensive discussion of the latest trends in the global drone transponders marketplace. The study covers the regulatory framework in detail.
It explores driving forces of this marketplace and casts light on the leading participants. The report comprises detailed future forecasts projecting trends and developments in the upcoming years.
The research study also includes thorough descriptions of products available in the global market. It casts light on research activities and technology developments. Company profiles are at hand in the report, too.
- all-inclusive overview of this market;
- coverage of application fields;
- descriptions of products;
- company profiles;
- insights into driving forces;
- future outlook;
- and more.
More new research studies by WinterGreen Research can be found at its page.