Research and Markets has announced the addition of the "2014 Components for Unmanned Vehicles - Marketing Guide and Directory" report to their offering.
The 2014 Unmanned Vehicle Systems Components - Marketing Guide and Directory is a companion volume to a recently published "UAV Marketing Directory" which was devoted to aerial systems. In addition, this report includes not only aerial but also ground, maritime, submarine, and satellite unmanned systems.
Over 1,000 companies, organizations such as educational, research, development and testing and economic development organizations are included covering 100 different categories. An index is provided which places companies in various categories. The majority of companies included are component, materials, and subsystems equipment suppliers but also includes companies providing services, consulting, training, publishing, and other infrastructure suppliers. It is essentially a complete source of information on unmanned systems.
Since there is no market study on all the unmanned systems types, a Foreword is included in the report which is taken from the latest version of the DOD Roadmap on Unmanned Systems. This is the only estimate of the unmanned systems market available today. Even though the sequestration and recent budget cuts are now being implemented, the Roadmap does provide a good indication of market trends at least for the government markets.
The data collected and included in this report has been obtained by the authors from the best sources available including tradeshows, conferences, publications, advertisements, press releases, and internet sources. The index of products has been prepared based on company descriptions provided.
Key Topics Covered:
- Requirements Development and Systems Acquisition
- Unmanned Systems Applied to Joint Capability Areas
- Battlespace Awareness (BA)
- Force Application (FA)
- Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS)
- Unmanned Ground Systems (UGS)
- Unmanned Maritime Systems (UMS)
- Challenges for Unmanned Systems
- Airspace Integration (AI)
- Propulsion and Power
- Manned-Unmanned (MUM) Teaming
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