The report predicts the specialties companies will choose in the field and how new players will try to stake a claim on a market that could undergo key structural changes amid an emergent commercial UAVs segment, Visiongain said Monday.
“Although increasingly competitive, the global UAV market is currently highly consolidated with a few leading companies dominating global sales,” the London-based analysis firm said.
“However, incumbent positions are increasingly under threat from new and existing competitors offering a range of cost-effective UAV capabilities and innovative technologies,” it added.
The “Top 20 Unmanned Aerial Vehicles/Systems Companies 2014: Growth Prospects in Military, Commercial and Law Enforcement Markets” report also assesses and analyzes technological trends of the market for 2014 and includes interviews of AeroVironment, Kaman Aerospace/Lockheed Martin and Textron executives.
Visiongain’s list of top 20 UAV makers includes:
- ADCOM Systems
- Aurora Flight Sciences
- Aviation Industry Corporation of China
- BAE Systems
- Boeing Company
- Denel SOC
- Elbit Systems
- General Atomics Aeronautical Systems
- Israel Aerospace Industries
- Lockheed Martin
- Navmar Applied Sciences Corporation
- Northrop Grumman
- Safran SA
- Thales Group
- Turkish Aerospace Industries
- Xi’an Aisheng Technology Group