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ドローン市場成長のロードマップ

A Roadmap for Drone Market Growth 2017-2025

発行 Datacomm Research Company 商品コード 488795
出版日 ページ情報 英文 115 Pages; 5 Figures; 8 Tables
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ドローン市場成長のロードマップ A Roadmap for Drone Market Growth 2017-2025
出版日: 2017年04月18日 ページ情報: 英文 115 Pages; 5 Figures; 8 Tables
概要

当レポートでは、ドローン市場について調査分析し、市場成長促進要因・阻害要因、用途、機会、主要ベンダーなど、体系的な情報を提供しています。

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機会

  • ユースケース
  • 市場構造と予測

課題

  • 規制
  • ドローンを全米空域システム (NAS) に統合
  • 安全性、プライバシー、セキュリティ

ベンダーと組織

  • 3D Robotics
  • AEE (Shenzhen AEE Technology CO., LTD)
  • Aerialtronics
  • Aerobo
  • AeroSight
  • Aerospace Industries Association (AIA)
  • Aerotas
  • AeroVironment
  • Aeryon Labs
  • AgEagle Aerial Systems
  • Aibotix
  • Airmap
  • Air Traffic Control Association (ATCA)
  • Airware
  • Alliance for System Safety of UAS through Research Excellence
  • Amazon Prime Air
  • Ambarella
  • Aptonomy
  • Arcturus
  • Ascending Technologies
  • Association for Unmanned Vehicle Systems International (AUVSI)
  • Aurora Flight Sciences
  • Avisight
  • BirdsEyeView Aerobotics
  • BlueRobotics
  • Bluesky Aerial Mapping
  • Cheerson Hobby (Guangdong Cheerson Hobby Technology Co. Ltd)
  • Commercial Drone Alliance
  • Convexum
  • Cyberhawk Innovations
  • CyPhy Works
  • Data Wing
  • Dedrone
  • Delair-Tech
  • DIY Drones
  • DJI
  • Drone Airspace Management
  • Dronecode Project
  • DroneDeploy
  • Drone Racing League
  • DroneSeed
  • Dronestagram
  • EHang
  • Elbit Systems
  • enRoute Co.
  • Estes-Cox Corp. (Hobbico)
  • Event 38 Unmanned Systems
  • E-volo GmbH
  • Exponent Technology Services
  • Facebook
  • Federal Aviation Administration
  • FLIR Systems, Inc.
  • Flirtey
  • Flyability
  • FlyPro
  • Google Project Wing
  • GoPro
  • Harris Corp.
  • Hobbico, Inc. (Dromida)
  • Horizon Hobby (Blade)
  • Hover (Zero Zero Robotics)
  • Hubsan
  • Ideafly (Shenzhen Idea-Fly Technology Co., Ltd)
  • Intel
  • Intrinsyc
  • Kespry
  • Kittyhawk
  • Liquid Robotics
  • Liteye Systems
  • Lockheed Martin
  • Low Altitude Traffic and Airspace Safety (LATAS)
  • Matternet
  • Measure
  • Microdrones GmbH
  • MicroMultiCopter Aero Technology (MMC)
  • Mobile Recon Systems
  • Mobilicom
  • MurphyUAV
  • National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA)
  • NATS Limited
  • Neurala
  • Nightingale Security
  • Nordic Unmanned
  • Ocean Aero
  • Olaeris
  • OpenROV
  • Parrot
  • Persistent Systems
  • PowerVision
  • PrecisionHawk
  • Prodrone
  • Pro S3
  • Qaira
  • Qualcomm
  • Queen B Robotics
  • QuestUAV
  • Radio Technical Commission for Aeronautics (RTCA)
  • RPAS Portal
  • SenseFly
  • Simtoo
  • Skydio
  • Sky-Futures
  • SkyPan International
  • SkySafe
  • SkySpecs
  • SkyTango
  • SlantRange, Inc.
  • Small UAV Coalition
  • Spin Master Ltd. (Air Hogs)
  • Starship Technologies
  • Tayzu Robotics
  • Teal Drone
  • Top Flight Technologies
  • Trumbull Unmanned
  • Uplift Data Partners
  • Urban Aeronautics
  • VDOS Global
  • Velodyne LiDAR
  • Walkera
  • Workhorse Group Inc.
  • Xiaomi
  • Xiro
  • Yuneec
  • Zero Tech
  • Zipline
目次

The U.S. drone industry has hit an obstacle: The Federal Aviation Administration. Little progress has been made since Congress directed the FAA to accommodate commercial unmanned aircraft five years ago. The FAA is keeping the drone industry occupied developing solutions to problems that don't yet exist. Congress should limit the FAA's jurisdiction over drones and give greater authority to the states. That is one conclusion of Datacomm Research's new 115-page study, ‘A Roadmap for Drone Market Growth, 2017-2025’.

“The potential global market for drones is huge and the U.S. should be leading the way, but the FAA's bureaucracy, timidity, and one-size-fits-all rules are preventing the industry from getting off the ground,” said Ira Brodsky, author of the report. “The FAA wants the industry to develop a comprehensive solution for managing skies filled with drones, when what the industry needs first is experience serving customers while ensuring safety and privacy. The best way to accomplish that is to allow local communities to decide when and where the benefits of drone use outweigh the risks,” he added.

‘A Roadmap for Drone Market Growth, 2017-2025’ includes an Executive Summary identifying the factors driving and inhibiting growth in the hobby, professional, enterprise, and transport segments. The report details dozens of applications, describes the leading proposals for managing drone traffic, and explains why flight endurance and payload capacity are critical to market growth.

Additional highlights from the report include:

  • 1. Segregating the airspace for unmanned and manned aircraft is a better starting point than integrating the airspace. Most commercial drones fly short distances at low altitudes. Most manned aircraft travel interstate, cruising at altitudes around 30,000 feet. Sense and avoid and situational awareness solutions will evolve as the market grows.
  • 2. Opportunities are being missed for using drones to not only inspect infrastructure, but to assist installations and repairs. Needed are larger, more capable unmanned aerial vehicles.

The potential market for drones is large. But the near-term outlook is mixed. Based on dozens of interviews with manufacturers and enterprise users, this report takes a cold, hard look at the regulatory, technical, and business challenges. Best case, worst case, and most likely case forecasts are presented for market growth by segment through 2025. More than 100 pioneering vendors and organizations are profiled.

About the Author

Ira Brodsky has published dozens of reports on new technologies and markets in telecommunications, life sciences, and power generation. His work has included identifying new markets, defining new products, developing competitive strategies, and influencing government policymakers. Brodsky has consulted for clients in North America, South America, Europe, Asia, and the Middle East. He was a regular columnist for Network World for ten years and has written five books on technology topics.

Table of Contents

Executive Summary

  • I. Overcoming challenges
  • II. Factors driving the growth of drone sales
  • III. Factors inhibiting growth of drone market:
  • IV. Wildcard factors
  • V. Recommendations

Introduction

Opportunities

  • I. Use cases
  • II. Market structure and forecasts

Challenges

  • I. Regulations
    • A. Part 107 Rules
  • II. Integrating drones in the National Airspace System (NAS)
    • A. AirMap's Digital Notice and Awareness System (D-NAS)
    • B. Low Altitude Traffic and Airspace Safety (LATAS)
    • C. NASA's unmanned traffic management system (UTM)
    • D. Focus Area Pathfinders Initiative
    • E. FAA Civil UAS Roadmap (2013)
    • F. Automatic Dependent Surveillance - Broadcast (ADS-B)
    • G. Rules in Europe and elsewhere
    • H. Amazon airspace proposal
    • I. Google airspace proposal
    • J. High-end delivery systems
  • III. Safety, privacy, and security
    • A. Safety
    • B. Security
    • C. Privacy

Vendors and Organizations

  • 1. 3D Robotics
  • 2. AEE (Shenzhen AEE Technology CO., LTD)
  • 3. Aerialtronics
  • 4. Aerobo
  • 5. AeroSight
  • 6. Aerospace Industries Association (AIA)
  • 7. Aerotas
  • 8. AeroVironment
  • 9. Aeryon Labs
  • 10. AgEagle Aerial Systems
  • 11. Aibotix
  • 12. Airmap
  • 13. Air Traffic Control Association (ATCA)
  • 14. Airware
  • 15. Alliance for System Safety of UAS through Research Excellence
  • 16. Amazon Prime Air
  • 17. Ambarella
  • 18. Aptonomy
  • 19. Arcturus
  • 20. Ascending Technologies
  • 21. Association for Unmanned Vehicle Systems International (AUVSI)
  • 22. Aurora Flight Sciences
  • 23. Avisight
  • 24. BirdsEyeView Aerobotics
  • 25. BlueRobotics
  • 26. Bluesky Aerial Mapping
  • 27. Cheerson Hobby (Guangdong Cheerson Hobby Technology Co. Ltd)
  • 28. Commercial Drone Alliance
  • 29. Convexum
  • 30. Cyberhawk Innovations
  • 31. CyPhy Works
  • 32. Data Wing
  • 33. Dedrone
  • 34. Delair-Tech
  • 35. DIY Drones
  • 36. DJI
  • 37. Drone Airspace Management
  • 38. Dronecode Project
  • 39. DroneDeploy
  • 40. Drone Racing League
  • 41. DroneSeed
  • 42. Dronestagram
  • 43. EHang
  • 44. Elbit Systems
  • 45. enRoute Co.
  • 46. Estes-Cox Corp. (Hobbico)
  • 47. Event 38 Unmanned Systems
  • 48. E-volo GmbH
  • 49. Exponent Technology Services
  • 50. Facebook
  • 51. Federal Aviation Administration
  • 52. FLIR Systems, Inc.
  • 53. Flirtey
  • 54. Flyability
  • 55. FlyPro
  • 56. Google Project Wing
  • 57. GoPro
  • 58. Harris Corp.
  • 59. Hobbico, Inc. (Dromida)
  • 60. Horizon Hobby (Blade)
  • 61. Hover (Zero Zero Robotics)
  • 62. Hubsan
  • 63. Ideafly (Shenzhen Idea-Fly Technology Co., Ltd)
  • 64. Intel
  • 65. Intrinsyc
  • 66. Kespry
  • 67. Kittyhawk
  • 68. Liquid Robotics
  • 69. Liteye Systems
  • 70. Lockheed Martin
  • 71. Low Altitude Traffic and Airspace Safety (LATAS)
  • 72. Matternet
  • 73. Measure
  • 74. Microdrones GmbH
  • 75. MicroMultiCopter Aero Technology (MMC)
  • 76. Mobile Recon Systems
  • 77. Mobilicom
  • 78. MurphyUAV
  • 79. National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA)
  • 80. NATS Limited
  • 81. Neurala
  • 82. Nightingale Security
  • 83. Nordic Unmanned
  • 84. Ocean Aero
  • 85. Olaeris
  • 86. OpenROV
  • 87. Parrot
  • 88. Persistent Systems
  • 89. PowerVision
  • 90. PrecisionHawk
  • 91. Prodrone
  • 92. Pro S3
  • 93. Qaira
  • 94. Qualcomm
  • 95. Queen B Robotics
  • 96. QuestUAV
  • 97. Radio Technical Commission for Aeronautics (RTCA)
  • 98. RPAS Portal
  • 99. SenseFly
  • 100. Simtoo
  • 101. Skydio
  • 102. Sky-Futures
  • 103. SkyPan International
  • 104. SkySafe
  • 105. SkySpecs
  • 106. SkyTango
  • 107. SlantRange, Inc.
  • 108. Small UAV Coalition
  • 109. Spin Master Ltd. (Air Hogs)
  • 110. Starship Technologies
  • 111. Tayzu Robotics
  • 112. Teal Drone
  • 113. Top Flight Technologies
  • 114. Trumbull Unmanned
  • 115. Uplift Data Partners
  • 116. Urban Aeronautics
  • 117. VDOS Global
  • 118. Velodyne LiDAR
  • 119. Walkera
  • 120. Workhorse Group Inc.
  • 121. Xiaomi
  • 122. Xiro
  • 123. Yuneec
  • 124. Zero Tech
  • 125. Zipline

Figures & tables

  • Figure 1: Unmanned aircraft product positioning
  • Figure 2: Example roadmap for drone market growth
  • Figure 3: Worst case global drone market forecast, units by segment, 2017-2025
  • Figure 4: Best case global drone market forecast, units by segment, 2017-2025
  • Figure 5: Most likely case global drone market forecast, units by segment, 2017-2025
  • Table 1: FAA vs. state and local regulation
  • Table 2: Battery vs. gasoline power systems
  • Table 3: Comparing Qualcomm, Intel, and NVIDIA processors
  • Table 4: Infrastructure requiring periodic inspection
  • Table 5: Comparison of rush/emergency delivery options
  • Table 6: Comparison of low-end vs. high-end unmanned aircraft
  • Table 7: Classes of airspace
  • Table 8: Comparison of drone airspace models (Amazon, Google, LATAS, and AirMap)
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