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世界AUV市場の予測

World AUV Market Forecast 2014-2018

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世界AUV市場の予測 World AUV Market Forecast 2014-2018
出版日: 2014年04月02日 ページ情報: 英文 53 Pages
概要

世界の自律型無人潜水機(AUV)市場は、軍事部門の底堅い需要などに支えられて着実に成長しており、2018年には合計825機が使われるようになると予想されます。AUV需要の50%は軍事部門からのものであり、2014年の時点では北米地域がそのうちの75%を占めるものの、今後新興国で軍用AUVを導入する動きが活発化することから、2018年には70%に下がる見通しです。軍事部門におけるAUV需要の伸びは、概ね無人航空機と同様のパターンを示すと考えられます。軍事部門以外の市場で大きな比重を占めているのは、環境調査など研究調査活動関連の用途であり、現在のシェアはおよそ47%ですが、今後は海底油ガス田関連(油ガス田の可採年数調査、パイプライン検査、リグの移動など)や水路測量など商業部門で導入されるAUVが急増するため、その比重は低下する見通しです。AUVへの支出額が多い地域は北米であり、軍事部門の需要に支えられ引き続きその地位を維持するものの、今後は深海油ガス田の開発が活発化しつつあるアフリカや南米でAUVに対する支出額が急増する見通しであり、北米のシェアは徐々に低下すると思われます。

当レポートは、世界のAUV市場の動向を詳細に分析し、2018年までの予測を示したもので、技術開発の現状、競合企業各社の動向、主な成長促進要因、各地域市場の予測、商業部門や軍事部門、研究調査部門における最近の動きや今後の見通しなどの情報を盛り込み、概略下記の構成でお届けいたします。

第1章 サマリーと結論

第2章 AUVの基本情報

  • AUVの基礎
  • AUVのタイプ
  • 用途−商業調査
  • 用途−商業パイプラインと油ガス田の可採年数調査
  • 用途−軍事
  • 用途−水路測量調査(民間部門と軍事部門)
  • 用途−研究調査
  • 今後の進歩

第3章 競合企業各社の勢力図

  • メーカー
  • 運用主体−商業部門
  • 運用主体−軍事部門
  • 運用主体−研究調査部門

第4章 市場予測

  • 予測方法
  • 各部門の概要
  • 各地域の概要
  • 商業部門−成長促進要因
  • 商業部門−現地調査
  • 商業部門−パイプラインルートの調査
  • 商業部門−パイプライン検査
  • 商業部門−油ガス田の可採年数調査
  • 商業部門−リグの移動/危険性の調査
  • 商業部門−現地調査(再生可能エネルギー関連)
  • 商業部門−民間の組織による水路測量
  • 軍事部門−掃海(MCM)と簡易環境評価(REA)
  • 軍事部門−水路測量
  • 研究調査部門−環境調査
  • 研究調査部門−地図作成
  • 水中グライダー
  • 旧版からの変更点

第5章 付録

  • メーカー各社のプロファイル
  • 運用者のプロファイル−商業部門
  • 運用者のプロファイル−軍事部門
  • 運用者のプロファイル−研究調査部門

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Product Code: 978-1-910045-01-5

Global AUV Fleet to increase 42% by 2018

Douglas-Westwood (DW) forecast that the global AUV (autonomous underwater vehicle) fleet will increase 42% in the 2014-2018 period, compared to the previous five years. The fleet is forecast to total 825 units in 2018, led by strong demand in the military sector.

The military sector makes up 50% of AUV demand, with North America accounting for 75% of this market in 2014. However, this market share may decrease to 70% by 2018, as emerging economies increasingly invest in their military fleets. Overall growth of military demand in AUVs closely mirrors the investment in unmanned aircraft - so called 'drones'.

Increasing environmental awareness continues to drive demand for use of AUVs on research activities, with environmental sensing and research mapping combined forming approximately 47% of the current AUV fleet. However, the research sector may represent a smaller proportion of the market by 2018, as commercial activities gain pace.

Highest growth is expected to come from the commercial sector, but from a small base, more than doubling its proportion of active units during the forecast period (from 3% to 8%). Key developments have taken place in areas such as sensing, battery endurance and tracking stability, which allow a wide range of applications to emerge in the offshore oil & gas industry (life-of-field, pipeline inspections and rig moves) also in civil hydrography, in addition to existing work in site and pipeline route surveys.

North America will continue to dominate global AUV expenditure, predominantly on military unmanned technology, although the region's market share is forecast to decrease from 64% in 2014 to 60% by 2018. Africa and Latin America are set to experience the highest growth, driven by deepwater oil & gas activities in pre-salt areas. Demand in Asia will be varied with research activities in Japan, deepwater expenditure in India, Indonesia and Malaysia and military investment in China.

DW's 5th edition of the AUV Market Forecast covers all key commercial themes relevant to players across the value chain in all AUV sectors:

  • Technology review - description of current technology and ongoing developments.
  • Competitive landscape - for manufacturers and operators, including their main activities.
  • Key drivers - identification and discussion of key underlying drivers and their influence on the global AUV market by sector.
  • Regional forecasts - analysis of AUV demand development from 2014 to 2018.
  • Sector forecasts - demand for AUV units segmented by commercial, military & research sectors, including recent activities and drivers for each activity and region.

Why purchase the AUV Market Forecast?

  • Unique and proprietary data - updated continually from published sources and insight gained from industry consultation.
  • Methodology - the report uses research from DW's in-house databases, as well as further primary research, which involved consultations with manufactures, operators and researchers to obtain the latest information on the AUV market.
  • Market forecasts - comprehensive examination, analysis and 10-year coverage of AUV demand and associated expenditure 2009-2018.
  • Concise report layout - consistent with DW's commitment to delivering value for our clients, all our market forecasts have a concise layout consisting of industry background and supporting materials condensed to enable quick review with 'speed-read' summaries of key points throughout.
  • An essential report - for financial institutions, technology developers, manufacturers and distributors, agencies and organisations responsible for mapping and monitoring the marine environment, offshore construction and rig move/drilling companies, oil & gas companies and survey organisations wanting to gain a better understanding of where and when to make investment decisions.

Table of Contents

1 Summary and Conlusions

  • Summary
  • Conclusions

2 Introduction to AUVs

  • AUV Basics
  • Types of AUV
  • Applications - Commercial Surveys
  • Applications - Commercial Pipeline and Life of Field Inspections
  • Applications - Military
  • Applications - Hydrographic Surveys (Civil and Military)
  • Applications - Research
  • Future Development

3 Competitive Landscape

  • Manufacturers
  • Operators - Commercial
  • Operators - Military
  • Operators - Research

4 Market Forecast

  • Methodology
  • Sectors Overview
  • Regions Overview
  • Regions Overview
  • Commercial Sector - Drivers
  • Commercial Sector
  • Commercial Sector - Site Survey
  • Commercial Sector - Pipeline Route Survey
  • Commercial Sector - Pipeline Inspection
  • Commercial Sector - Life of Field Inspection
  • Commercial Sector - Rig Move/Hazard Surveys
  • Commercial Sector - Site Survey (Renewables)
  • Commercial Sector - Civil Hydrography
  • Military Sector
  • Military Sector - MCM & REA
  • Military Sector - Hydrography
  • Research Sector
  • Research Sector - Environmental Sensing
  • Research Sector - Mapping
  • Gliders
  • Changes Since Previous Edition

5 Appendix

  • Manufacturer Profiles
  • Operator Profiles - Commercial
  • Operator Profiles - Military
  • Operator Profiles - Research
  • Data and Text Conventions

Figures & Tables

  • Figure 1: Long Range AUV
  • Figure 2: Aqua
  • Figure 3: Spray Glider
  • Figure 4: Iver 2
  • Figure 5: Sea Horse
  • Figure 6: Marlin
  • Figure 7: Hugin
  • Figure 8: Gavia Offshore Surveyor
  • Figure 9: Sea Otter Mk2
  • Figure 10: RhyVau
  • Figure 11: Autonomous Inspection Vehicle
  • Figure 12: Imagery from AUV Camera
  • Figure 13: Alister Twin
  • Figure 14: Remus 100
  • Figure 15: Asemar
  • Figure 16: Remote Multi-Mission Vehicle
  • Figure 18: Remus 600 being used by NOAA Office of Coast Survey
  • Figure 19: Bathymetric imagery
  • Figure 17: HMS Gleaner (Navy Survey boat)
  • Figure 20: Marine Mammal Tracking Using AUV and Acoustic Tags
  • Figure 21: Remote Multi-Mission Vehicle
  • Figure 22: AUV Demand: Sector forecast totals 2007-2018
  • Figure 23: Deepwater Wells Drilled: 2009-2018
  • Figure 24: Proportion of Wells Drilled by Rig Type: 2014-2018
  • Figure 25: AUV Demand 2007-2018: Commercial Sector
  • Figure 26: Market Share 2014 and 2018 - Commercial
  • Figure 27: AUV Demand 2007-2018: Site Survey (O&G)
  • Figure 28: AUV Demand 2007-2018: Pipeline Route Survey
  • Figure 29: AUV Demand 2007-2018: Pipeline Inspection
  • Figure 30: AUV Demand 2007-2018: LOFI
  • Figure 31: AUV Demand 2007-2018: Rig/Hazard Surveys
  • Figure 32: AUV Demand 2007-2018: Site Survey Renewables
  • Figure 33: AUV Demand 2007-2018: Civil Hydrography
  • Figure 34: AUV Demand 2007-2018: Military Sector
  • Figure 35: Market Share 2014 and 2018 - Military
  • Figure 36: AUV Demand 2007-2018: MCM & REA
  • Figure 37: AUV Demand 2007-2018: Military Hydrography
  • Figure 38: AUV Demand 2007-2018: Research Sector
  • Figure 39: Market Share 2014 and 2018: Research
  • Figure 40: AUV Demand 2007-2018: Environmental Sensing
  • Figure 41: AUV Demand 2007-2018: Research Mapping
  • Figure 42: Glider Demand 2007-2018

Tables

  • Table 1: AUV Demand: Sector forecast totals 2014-2018
  • Table 2: AUV Demand: Sector forecast totals 2014-2018
  • Table 3: AUV Demand 2014-2018: Site Survey (O&G)
  • Table 4: AUV Demand 2014-2018: Pipeline Route Survey
  • Table 5: AUV Demand 2014-2018: Pipeline Inspection
  • Table 6: AUV Demand 2014-2018: LOFI
  • Table 7: AUV Demand 2014-2018: Rig/Hazard surveys
  • Table 8: AUV Demand 2014-2018: Site Survey Renewables
  • Table 9: AUV Demand 2014-2018: Civil Hydrography
  • Table 10: AUV Demand 2014-2018: MCM & REA
  • Table 11: AUV Demand 2014-2018: Military Hydrography
  • Table 12: AUV Demand 2014-2018: Environmental Sensing
  • Table 13: AUV Demand 2014-2018: Research Mapping
  • Table 14: Glider Demand 2014-2018
  • Table 15: AUV Demand Current Edition: 2011-2016
  • Table 16: Commercial Operators Fleet Size
  • Table 17: Military Operators Fleet Size
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