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Report: Airborne Surveillance Market Is Expected To Grow At A CAGR Of 4.7%

Projected To Reach $5.81 Billion By 2023

The airborne surveillance market is expected to be worth $4.42 billion in 2017, and is expected to reach $5.81 billion by 2023, at a CAGR (Compound Annual Growth Rate) of 4.7% during the forecast period, according to a new report from Reportlinker.com. Rapid technological advancements, Internet of Things (IoT), amendments in laws, the growing demand for UAVs in commercial application, and the availability of low-cost UAVs are some of the driving factors for the airborne surveillance market, while air traffic management poses a challenge for this market.

Airborne surveillance market for unmanned systems is expected to grow at the highest rate during the forecast period. A major reason behind that growth is ts lower cost, rapid technological advancements, and relaxation in regulations in different countries. This has given rise to the use of UAVs in the commercial sector. Increased funding from various investors and players motivate the companies to manufacture innovative solutions for the UAV industry, creating various opportunities in the market

Relaxation in laws is one of the major driving factors for the growth of commercial application. In recent years, many amendments in laws and regulations for drone usage have been observed, which have motivated end-users to increase the use of drones. For instance, the flight altitude of drones has been increased from 100 feet to 400 feet, and the flight speed has been modified from 80 mph to 100 mph by FAA; the Government of Canada has made major amendments in the existing laws such as increasing the weight of drones from 250 g to 1 kg

China, Japan, South Korea, and India play a major role in APAC for the airborne surveillance market. China, being an electronics manufacturing hub, is rapidly increasing the manufacturing of drones in the country. The commercial market for drones in China mainly focuses on applications such as agriculture, surveillance, mapping, weather monitoring, and others. DJI (China) is one of the major manufacturers of drones in the commercial sector. China is home to several manufacturers of inexpensive drones, which is one of the factors that drives the growth of the drones market in China.

India has potential for the airborne surveillance market. Currently, the market is dominated by the military, defense, and security application, while the commercial application is expected to fuel the growth of the market in the near future. In Japan, major areas of the use of drones are enterprise (commercial) and military drones. Other applications are transport, agriculture, parcel delivery, home delivery to the elderly in rural areas, telecommunication, pipelines, surveying, construction, real estate, news media, advertising, film production, disaster recovery, and security.

Major players operating in the airborne surveillance market are Airbus (France), Boeing (US), Saab (Sweden), BAE Systems (UK), Raytheon (US), Lockheed Martin (US), Leonardo (Italy), FLIR Systems (US), Northrop Grumman (US), L-3 Wescam (Canada), Leica Geosystems (Switzerland), Teledyne Technologies (US), Safran (France), Thales (France), and Israel Aerospace Industries (Israel).

(Source: Reportlinker news release)

FMI: www.reportlinker.com

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