Drones Market Size And Forecast 2017-2037 (Europe)
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Table of contentsEuropean Drones Market Size and Forecast 2017-2037
Market Size Data Reflects Scale Of Drone Software, Services and Equipment Vendors
Analysis Of Drone Market Segments Is Focused On Eleven Usage Scenarios
Growth Forecast For Drones Usage Is Based On Technology Adoption Algorithms
European Spend On Drones For Commercial, Industrial & Civil Government Is €197 Million
The European CICG Drone Market Will Reach €3.86 Billion In 2037
Market Structure Will Reflect Total Addressable Market Opportunity For Each Usage Scenario
Over The Twenty Year Forecast Software Will Take The Biggest Share Of Spend With Autonomous Innovations
Table of figuresFigure 1. €197 Million European Drones Market Split By Usage Scenario In 2017
Figure 2. European Drones Market Split By Country In 2017
Figure 3. European Drones Market Split By Category In 2017
Figure 4. European Drones Market Spend Forecast 2017-2037
Figure 5. European Drones Market Spend Forecast By Usage Scenario 2017-2037
Figure 6. European Drones Market Spend Forecast By Country 2017-2037
Figure 7. European Drones Market Spend Forecast By Category 2017-2037
Organisations mentioned3D Robotics, Aerialtronics, Aeryon Labs, Agisoft, Aibotix, AirMap, Airobot, Airware, Applanix, Axpo, CyberHawk, Delair-Tech, DJI, DroneDeploy, Drone Volt, European Commission, European Emergency Number Association, European Maritime Safety Agency, EZ3D, John Deere, Mitsui, MMC Ventures, Flyability, Greater Manchester Fire and Rescue Service, Maersk Tankers, Martek Marine, Microdrones, Parrot, Pix4D, SenseFly, Sky-Futures, SkySpecs, SPECTAIR, UK Royal Navy, Unifly, US Department of Defence, VTOL Technologies, WhiteClouds.
About the author
Malavika is a Principal Analyst at Verdantix and her work to date has focussed on understanding the innovative EHS technologies landscape and the global EHS software market. Going forward, Malavika’s research will focus on covering operational risk technologies, best practices and growth strategies. She has over 10 years’ experience in research and strategy consulting. Having previously worked at Frost & Sullivan, Malavika has managed and delivered advisory projects for clients involving expansion, acquisition, benchmarking and product development strategies. Malavika holds a MSc in Economics from Madras School of Economics.