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Research and Markets: International Military and Civilian Unmanned Aerial Vehicle Survey: The Market Is Expected to Reach A Value of $80 Billion By 2020

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Research and Markets: International Military and Civilian Unmanned Aerial Vehicle Survey: The Market Is Expected to Reach A Value of $80 Billion By 2020

Research and Markets: International Military and Civilian Unmanned Aerial Vehicle Survey: The Market Is Expected to Reach A Value of $80 Billion By 2020

DUBLIN--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Dublin - Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/431f9f74/international_mili) has announced the addition of the "International Military and Civilian Unmanned Aerial Vehicle Survey" report to their offering.

“International Military and Civilian Unmanned Aerial Vehicle Survey”

Unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) technology has reached a level of maturity that has put these systems at the forefront of aerospace manufacturing and procurement around the world. Operations in Afghanistan, Iraq and the global war on terrorism have particularly demonstrated the usefulness of UAVs for military uses like intelligence, surveillance, reconnaissance and communications relay, while their relatively low-cost make them ideal for civilian applications like law enforcement, environmental monitoring and aerial survey.

About This Report:

First published in 2010 and now available as a new updated edition in 2011, this 158-page PDF report is a definitive assessment of the international military and civilian UAV market, which is forecast to be worth $80 billion by 2020. Rather than solely focusing on the potential value or market share in the coming years, the International Military and Civilian UAV Survey looks at the world's operators and manufacturers of unmanned air systems with profiles for over 610 different UAVs operated or developed in 57 countries.

More Than 250 Companies Involved in the Military and Civilian UAV Market Are Mentioned, Complete with Addresses at the End of the Publication

This includes all the major players, including the AAI Corporation, AeroVironment, Aurora Flight Sciences, BAE Systems, Boeing, Cassidian Air Systems, Elbit Systems, General Atomics Aeronautical Systems Inc, Israel Aerospace Industries, Northrop Grumman, Rotax, Sagem, Selex Galileo and many others.

The report provides an up-to-date identification of every current UAV manufacturer worldwide and significant suppliers, something not done yet in any other report. While the US, Israel, France, Germany and the UK are among the main countries leading the way in UAV procurement and development, the report also provides a unique assessment of the programmes in some of the world's less well-known UAV manufacturing nations. There is additionally a look at the some of the problems for UAV usage and attempts in the US and Europe to integrate them into non-segregated civilian airspace.

All orders include a detailed excel file providing specifications of more than 610 UAV types, engines and more than 100 sensors and payloads.

For more information visit http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/431f9f74/international_mili

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