Drone technology can be split into three broad segments: drone hardware, drone software and the technology involved in drone services. Within these three segments there exist several sub-segments within that. At Drone Industry Insights we have the expertise to serve you no matter what group you belong to, or what segment or sub-segment within the drone industry you are interested in.
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Do you need to learn more about drone technology and its various strands? We’re here to help! We offer tailor made solutions to support your decision-making, business model generation and operational improvement. As such, we can help you find out more about the market through:
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- Competitive analyses of your drone product or service to determine how you rate against others on the market;
- Market research to determine a market entry strategy for your product to enter the commercial drone industry;
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Drone Market Report 2020-2025
This report forecasts the global drone market for 2020-2025, broken down by segment, industry, application method, region, and country. The figures, based on the DRONEII bottom-up market model, help stakeholders in the drone industry make short and long-term strategic business decisions.
4 min. Passenger drones, air taxis, flying cars and eVTOLs are just a number of the popular names currently being used to refer to unmanned vehicles which are being designed to carry humans in the future. With all these names being thrown around it’s becoming difficult to distinguish between what an air taxi is versus a flying car, whether there can be one name for all of these devices and if so, why all these different names are being used interchangeably? The answer, as always, lies in the details. All of these platforms have one main thing in common: they are designed to carry humans. Therefore, the term that most accurately describes them under one umbrella is passenger drones.
6 min. Sub-Saharan Africa has a complicated relationship with drones. For most part of this century drones have been used there for military purposes. Thanks to this, but also due to a lack of well-established infrastructure, many people do not associate commercial drone technology with the African continent.
6 min. One of the most common phrases in our industry is “we manufacture autonomous drones”. But if a company which uses AI to develop sense & avoid functions in drones and a company which manufactures an automatic drone housing system both say they have autonomous drones, can they both be right? The simplest answer is, yes.