The unmanned aerial systems (UAS) market is anticipated to reach US$4.8 billion by 2021
Albany, NY (PRWEB) January 21, 2015
The report states that the drones market is expected to show promising signs of growth in the near future due to the more economical navigation and visualization provided by drone systems. According to the study in this report, the unmanned aerial systems (UAS) market was valued to US$609 million in 2014 and is further anticipated to reach US$4.8 billion by 2021, globally.
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This market growth is considered based on the utility line inspection, oil and gas mapping, package delivery, and agricultural application. Additionally, the market research report discusses the market trends, forecast, applications, and commercial unmanned aerial systems (UAS) technology of the next generation of commercial drones through a comprehensive analysis.
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The report also states the significance of next generation commercial drones in lieu of the existing commercial air freight delivery systems. These typically include border patrol, 3D mapping, package delivery, commercial pipeline observation, as well as agriculture and photography applications.
Australia and Japan have already been using drones in various applications, especially in agriculture since the 1980s. Drones are extremely handy and useful in agricultural applications. The report also covers the recent activities of robotic drone development to target high-value crops on agricultural lands. New agricultural robots are able to improve the production and delivery of consistent quality food, as well as implement efficiency in managing food production. The report concludes with discussing how the drone industry will find better ways to prevent injuries on the ground or in other applications before witnessing a burgeoning growth in any significant way.
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