Survey Report on International Military and Civilian Unmanned Aerial Vehicles

Research and Markets has announced the addition of the "International Military and Civilian Unmanned Aerial Vehicle Survey" report to their offering.

The fourth edition of the annual International Military and Civilian Unmanned Aerial Vehicle Survey identifies, assesses and provides market intelligence on all of the world's operators and manufacturers of unmanned air systems with profiles for over 700 different UAVs aimed at the civilian and military market. Major programmes, requirements and other areas of relevance are assessed to provide a detailed picture of the development and operation of these systems.

Over 250 companies involved in the UAV market are mentioned with addresses. This includes all the major players, including the AAI Unmanned Aircraft Systems, AeroVironment, Airbus Defence & Space, Aurora Flight Sciences, BAE Systems, Boeing, Elbit Systems, General Atomics Aeronautical Systems Inc, Insitu, Israel Aerospace Industries, Northrop Grumman, Raytheon, Rotax, Sagem, Selex ES and many others.

Meticulously researched with up-to-date data, this kind of detailed market intelligence is unavailable elsewhere and provides useful information for anyone involved or interested in the UAV industry, wanting to know more about the general market, competitors or business opportunities worldwide.

UAVs covered

  • Micro air vehicles
  • Mini unmanned aerial vehicles
  • Vertical take-off
  • Tactical
  • Medium altitude long endurance
  • High altitude long endurance
  • Unmanned combat air vehicles
  • Lighter than air
  • Optionally piloted vehicles

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