By Kalwinder Kaur
Global Information declares the instant availability of two new reports such as the UAV Flight Training & Simulation Market 2012-2022 and First Responder, Border Patrol, Homeland Security, Law Enforcement, and Security Robots: Market Shares, Strategies, and Forecasts, Worldwide, 2012 to 2018.
A new Visiongain market research report on the UAV Flight Training & Simulation Market from 2012 to 2022 states that the value of the global UAV flight training and simulation market will reach $451.9 M in 2012.
US Department of Defense budget in 2012 shows $13.73 B expenditure for training and simulation. It represents 2 % the DoD's total budget, where UAV training is the budget’s not-insignificant part.
With proliferation of UAVs, followed by deployment on the modern battlefield will lead to demand for their vital services in the next decade. The demand will continue, leading to the need for more skilled UAV pilots and sensor operators. While establishing the UAV operator training, governments will continue to invest in the development of suitable UAV operator simulation and training systems.
The report contains developing trends for the UAV flight training and simulation market. It also includes prediction of the global UAV flight training and simulation market between 2012 and 2022.
According to Wintergreen Research’s new a military, law enforcement, and first responder robots market research report, the First responder-type robot markets will achieve increased growth on a global basis as advanced robots systems will ensure delivery of law enforcement services in the global communities.
Terrorists will be targeted by Homeland security and police in order to safeguard the civilians. This operation is dangerous and by replacing robots instead of personnel, it will simplify this task and also ensure safety.
First Responder Type Robot markets, worth $440.4 M in 2011, will reach $1.6 B by 2018 following the introduction of next generation robots.