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Forecast and Analysis Available on the Evolving Global UAV Market

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Market Intel Group
: 19 February, 2010  (New Product)
Three Reports from Market Intel Group cover the Unmanned Aerial Vehicle market with forecasts for the next five years in such markets as Border Security and Protection, Counterinsurgency and Commercial applications
Forecast and Analysis Available on the Evolving Global UAV Market
Market Intel Group (MiG) announces the publication of the first in a three-part market and technology research reports series analysing and forecasting the evolution of new business opportunities in major Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs) markets. The first expert market report: “Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAV) for Border Security - Global Market & Technologies Outlook – 2010-2015”, will soon be followed by reports examining UAV markets and technologies for Counterinsurgency and for Commercial Applications.

Each report provides details regarding the relevant global UAV markets for each mission, including information on nations’ relative technical expertise. Furthermore, the reports deliver a unique insight on evolving markets and technologies, examine the suitability of certain UAV types to specific missions, including UAV types, specifications and performance parameters that are most desired in each region.

The first report in the series: “Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAV) for Border Security - Global Market & Technologies Outlook – 2010-2015” forecasts the evolution of suitable markets worldwide, by region. It points out, for example, the potential for rapid growth in this market sector in Central Asia and Latin America, while explaining the problems that inhibit significant growth in the US and Europe. This report brings unique value by adding detailed technical explanations for UAV buyers alongside explicit information for UAV vendors on the capabilities needed in each region. Users and vendors alike will benefit from extensive payload coverage analysis (both descriptive and in detailed graphics). They will also gain from the detailed Operating Concept, which shows how UAV functions should integrate with other border security technologies. Usable added value includes detailed graphics and a practical example using a real nation and real UAV capabilities.

The forthcoming research report titled: “Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs) for Counterinsurgency - Global Market & Technologies Outlook 2010-2015” focuses on the UAV capabilities that are critical to defeating asymmetric, unconventional insurgents, who depend on blending in with innocent civilians. Mao advised insurgents to be ‘as fish in the sea’ precisely because foreign armies could not tell them apart. But certain UAVs can help tell fighters from civilians. The report highlights the exact set of capabilities needed to achieve this mission along with an analysis of the markets for these capabilities in each region.

“Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs) for Commercial Applications - Global Market & Technologies Outlook 2010-2015” examines the various UAV types suitable for purely civilian and commercial uses. Surprisingly, commercial cell phone and entertainment service delivery will become very dependent on UAVs. These markets, the largest of which are outside Europe, will eventually be worth many times more than military and government UAV markets worldwide. But only certain types of UAVs are suited to commercial use.
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