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Global anti-drone market to be worth $1,205 million by 2025

A study, published by Transparency Market Research (TMR), predicts the anti-drone market worldwide to be worth $1,205 million by 2025. Players, big and small, joining the global anti-drone market suggests a dynamic and competitive industry in the coming years, according to the report. The emergence of start-ups with innovative technologies and approaches is expected to disrupt the market and intensify competition among manufacturers of anti-drones in the future.

A report by TMR evaluated the global anti-drone market to be worth $214.7 million in 2016. The market is expected to grow with a 19.9% compound annual growth rate between 2017 and 2025. Government and military dominate the end-user segments with the military predicted to grow rapidly among all end-use segments, followed by the government. In terms of anti-drone technologies, neutralizing systems held the leading share in the market in 2016. North America is expected to display the leading growth over the forecast period. Firms operating in the global anti-drone market include Blighter Surveillance Systems, Dedrone Detect, Droneshield, Boeing, Lockheed Martin Corporation, SAAB and Theiss UAV Solutions. Free Download: The security drones report 2017 The global security drones market will be worth $10.5bn ( 8bn) by 2020 . This report commissioned by Aviat Drones examines the prevalence, growth prospects , applications and regulatory challenges of drones and anti-drone tech in the global security market. Find out how you can benefit from this lucrative market .

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Security Drones in 40 seconds Video

Drones The drone security market is forecast to be worth $10.5 billion by 2020. In IFSEC Global s recent Security Drones in 2017 report we analyse the opportunities and challenges that drone technology offers the security industry. Watch the video below for a 40 second summary of key facts and download your copy of the free report here.

VIDEO Security Drones in 40 seconds. Download the full report here: https://t.co/l71HjM7DLH #Security #uav pic.twitter.com/bd6wx9tZY5 IFSEC Global Editor (@ifsecglobal) October 6, 2017 Download your copy here. Free Download: The security drones report 2017 The global security drones market will be worth $10.5bn ( 8bn) by 2020 . This report commissioned by Aviat Drones examines the prevalence, growth prospects , applications and regulatory challenges of drones and anti-drone tech in the global security market. Find out how you can benefit from this lucrative market .

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Longest-ever civilian drone flight recorded beyond the line of sight

British record The condor drone about to take off FlyLogix, a specialist in long-range drone flights to offshore installations, says it has conducted the farthest, beyond-line-of-sight civilian drone flight ever recorded in the UK. On 17 July, a Condor Drone took off from Blackpool Airport and managed an 88km round trip to an inspection of an unmanned platform in Morecambe Bay on behalf of oil and gas operator Centrica. The drone relayed detailed infrared imagery from the flight.

FlyLogix, a start-up based in Chichester, also collaborated with the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA), Blackpool Airport and other air space users before the trial. The use of drones in remote or dangerous locations negates the costs and risks associated with deploying human personnel into such scenarios instead. This is a major milestone for FlyLogix as we showcase the significant benefits of our long range offshore drone service, and ultimately demonstrate the future of offshore inspection and logistics, said FlyLogix Chairman Charles Tavner. We are grateful for the support of the CAA, Centrica, Blackpool Airport and other air space users, to ensure the success of this record service. FlyLogix is uniquely placed to deliver this service. We have clearly shown the track record, the technology and industry knowledge to complete these operations. We are extremely excited about rolling this service out more widely, and the future prospects of FlyLogix as the trusted service provider. Top priority Despite rapid advances in drone technology, constraints on flight duration limit the range and scope of applications. Commercial drones can typically fly continuously for only about 25 minutes.

Developing batteries that are lighter, higher capacity and less hazardous is a top priority for the industry. Condor drone comes in to land There are also restrictions on beyond the line of sight operations, which are banned over populated areas in most developed countries. However, more latitude is given for offshore and other remote deployments. The UK government has just announced plans to introduce mandatory registration of drones and safety awareness courses for pilots of drones weighing more than 250g. A 2016 report from PriceWaterhouseCoopers projects that the security drone market will be worth $10.5bn ( 8bn) by 2020, surpassed only by infrastructure, agriculture and transport. Our recent Security Drones Report 2017 -(sponsored by Aviat Drones) revealed that 16% percent of respondents mostly comprising security professionals, heads of security and other senior executives say they already deploy the technology. A total of 60% either already use drones or can foresee themselves doing so eventually, with only 16% indicating that they probably won t ever need drone technology for any security application , the other 24% admitting that they don t know enough about the technology to commit either way. Free Download: The security drones report 2017 PriceWaterhouseCoopers have forecast that the global security drones market will be worth $10.5bn ( 8bn) by 2020, surpassed only by infrastructure, agriculture and transport. This report commissioned by Aviat Drones examines the prevalence, growth prospects, applications and regulatory challenges of drones and anti-drone tech in the global security market.

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The security drones report 2017

The prevalence, growth prospects, applications and regulatory challenges of drones and anti-drone tech in the global security market. PriceWaterhouseCoopers has forecast that the global security drones market will be worth $10.5bn ( 8bn) by 2020, surpassed only by infrastructure, agriculture and transport. Drone-service providers Aviat Drones commissioned this report to gauge how widely both drone and anti-drone technology is already used in the security industry and the level of demand among those yet to deploy it.

The security drones report 2017 also sets out to ascertain levels of demand for various applications from aerial surveillance to licence plate identification and thermal imaging. We explore the potentially transformative effect of what remains a relatively novel technology in this industry. However, this very novelty also means best practices and regulatory frameworks are still works in progress. Therefore the report examines the state of play in terms of UK and international regulations as well as technological challenges around battery life and inclement weather and how they might be surmounted. The survey was completed by hundreds of security professionals, facility managers and senior executives from around the world (although the UK accounted for the largest portion).

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