AMSTERDAM, Sept. 4, 2014—A groundbreaking 553 page forecast report now available on ASDReports, has revealed that global sales of small (under 25kg) unmanned aerial vehicles (UAV) market sector will reach $1.33bn in 2014 with strong potential for growth. These findings come at a pivotal time for the industry as technological improvements are unlocking its full potential, with the small UAV market on the cusp of significant growth.
The research is published in a comprehensive new report entitled Small Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV) Market 2014-2024: Micro, Mini, Nano & Hand Held Drones in Military, Law Enforcement, Security & Civil Applications, which details current and projected market size for the 11 largest national and 3 regional markets for small UAVs in all types of applications.
The 553-page report stands out through its unique and unprecedented data-rich analysis reflected in 587 tables, figures and charts drawing on over 44,000 data points. Setting a new standard in granularity, the study uses a dual forecasting model examining the market (in terms of sales value and sales volume) both by small UAV model/design types and by sector application. – for each leading country and region. This unparalleled quantitative feat is complemented by sharp qualitative analysis of key technologies and trends in the market at the global level.
According to the report, the small UAV market is likely to become one of the most significant economic and technological stories of the modern age. All the key elements are in position to turn this into a highly lucrative market: the technology, the manufacturing, the demand. The final piece of the puzzle – regulation – is set to fall into place in the immediate future, unleashing the full potential of aerial robots across a vast number of sector applications.”
Small Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV) Market 2014-2024: Micro, Mini, Nano & Hand Held Drones in Military, Law Enforcement, Security & Civil Applications will be of impressive value to current, and future, investors into the industry, as well as to companies and public authorities who wish to broaden their knowledge of the small UAV market.