It provides an overview of key players, together with insights such as key alliances, strategic initiatives, and a brief financial analysis Reasons To Buy This report will give the user confidence to make the correct business decisions based on a detailed analysis of the UAV market and to identify emerging/declining markets over the next 10 years This report will give the user a thorough fact-based analysis with information about demand for various UAV segments in each of the top ten countries and the underlying factors that are driving the demand Analysts have placed significant emphasis on the major industries that are driving the UAV market, which will provide the user with a clear picture about the future opportunities that can be tapped, resulting in revenue expansion The major programs section will inform the user about major programs being undertaken by defense ministries and governments in different segments of the UAV market during the forecast period Detailed profiles of the top UAV manufacturers and service providers around the world with information about their products, alliances, recent contract wins and financial analysis wherever available. This will provide the user with a total competitive landscape of the sector A deep qualitative analysis of the global UAV sector covering sections including demand drivers, SWOT, industry trends, and latest technological developments Strengths Global increase in demand instigated by technological innovations UAVs excel as force multipliers Global demand rises due to lower cost of acquisition and operations Increase in asymmetric conflicts to further the demand for UAVs
Weaknesses High accident rates impede growth High research and development expenses can increase unit cost Payload limitations hinder growth of UAVs in combat roles Vulnerability of UAVs to cyber attacks Opportunities Demand for UAVs grow amidst shrinking defense budgets Demand for multirole defense systems is rising Increasing demand for UAVs to be used in domestic law enforcement and internal security roles Threats Indigenous capabilities may pose a threat to established companies UAVs may be substituted by refurbished manned aircraft Export controls threaten leading UAV manufacturers with restrictions on sales Objectives and issues The looming prospect of expanded use of unmanned aerial vehicles, colloquially known as drones, has raised understandable concerns for lawmakers. Those concerns have led some to call for legislation mandating that nearly all uses of drones be prohibited unless the government has first obtained a warrant. Privacy advocates have mounted a lobbying campaign that has succeeded in convincing thirteen states to enact laws regulating the use of drones by law enforcement, with eleven of those thirteen states requiring a warrant before the government may use a drone. The campaigns mounted by privacy advocates oftentimes make a compelling case about the threat of pervasive surveillance, but the legislation is rarely tailored in such a way to prevent the harm that advocates fear. In fact, in every state where legislation was passed, the new laws are focused on the technology (drones) not the harm (pervasive surveillance). In
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