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Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs) for Commercial Applications Global Market & Technologies Outlook – 2011-2016 - Product Image

Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs) for Commercial Applications Global Market & Technologies Outlook – 2011-2016

  • Published: November 2010
  • Region: Global
  • 243 Pages
  • Market Info Group

Military and para-military applications for UAVs certainly came first and will remain the more mature for the next few years. But UAVs for Commercial Applications promise to soon generate an order of magnitude more economic activity than their military predecessors.

This new report provides you with the data and analysis needed to understand a truly unique market. It does so by combining the background, technical explanations, government regulations and qualitative analysis that make the picture come alive. Readers benefit from realistic perspectives based on decades of front line experience. This is not the wishful thinking of industry associations.

This insight produces three separate and plausible market Scenarios that, together, prepare readers for any likely market change over the next five years.
Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs) have revolutionized warfare over the past decade. Now they have reached the potential to revolutionize media, telecommunications and other markets. If allowed even restricted access to valuable air space, Commercial UAVs will realize a meteoric growth forecast over the next five years.

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1. Introduction
1.1. Scope of This Report
1.2. Language Disclaimer and Further Information
1.3. Methodology
1.3.1. Terms & Context
1.3.2. Redundancy
1.4. Forecast Scenarios
1.4.1. Scenario I – No Commercial Access to Developed Airspace
1.4.2. Scenario II – Restricted Access to Developed Airspace
1.4.3. Scenario III – Full Access to Developed Airspace
1.4.4. Long Term Scenarios
1.5. Who Needs this Forecast?
1.5.1. Business Leaders & Business Developers
1.5.2. UAV Manufacturers
1.5.3. Payload Manufacturers
1.5.4. Civil Government Leaders & Planners
1.6. Value Beyond Forecasts
1.6.1. Wide Disagreement among UAV Market Forecasts
1.6.2. MiG’s Added Value
1.7. About the Lead Analyst
1.7.1. Value of Knowing the Lead Analyst

2. Executive Summary
2.1. What are Unmanned Aerial Vehicles?
2.1.1. Aircraft Types
2.1.2. Persistence
2.2. Impending Military Spending Crash
2.3. Major Findings
2.4. Major Conclusions
2.5. Important Global Market Tables and Graphs
2.6. The Long View – Beyond this Report’s Forecasting Period

3. Commercialization Drivers

4. Commercialization Inhibitors

5. Commercial UAVs – Environments and Technologies
5.1. Commercially Relevant Flight Environments
5.1.1. Near-Space or Stratospheric
5.1.2. Middle Altitudes
5.1.3. Low Altitudes
5.2. “Near Space” Challenges
5.3. Where to Fly Persistent UAVs?
5.3.1. Latitudes
5.3.2. “Near Space” or Above the Jet Stream

6. Competing Technologies
6.1. Satellites
6.2. Manned Aircraft
6.3. Balloons
6.4. Aerostats

7. UAV Categories
7.1. US Air Force UAV Categories
7.2. NATO UAV Categories
7.3. UAV Manufacturing Nations
7.4. UAV Altitude-Based Categories & Types
7.4.1. Altitude Matters
7.4.2. Stratospheric UAVs
7.4.3. Jet Stream UAVs
7.4.4. High Altitude UAVs
7.4.5. Medium Altitude UAVs
7.4.6. Low Altitude UAVs
7.4.7. Micro UAVs
7.4.8. Rotary Wing & Transport UAVs

8. UAV Payloads Overview
8.1. Optical Payloads and Coverage Overview
8.1.1. Effect of Look-Down Angle on Sensor Performance
8.1.2. Sensor Coverage Graphic Overview
8.1.3. Stratospheric UAV Sensor Coverage
8.1.4. Jet Stream UAV Sensor Coverage
8.1.5. High Altitude UAV Sensor Coverage
8.1.6. Medium Altitude UAV Sensor Coverage
8.1.7. Low Altitude UAV Sensor Coverage
8.1.8. Micro UAV Sensor Coverage
8.2. Radio Payloads and Coverage Overview
8.2.1. Effect of Look-Up Angle on Radio Coverage
8.2.2. Radio Coverage Graphic Overviews

9. Commercial UAVs – Suggested Operating Concepts
9.1. Stratospheric – Persistent – “Near Space” UAVs
9.2. Conventional UAVs at Middle Altitudes
9.3. Micro UAVs at Low Altitude

10. Commercial UAVs – Market Forecasts by Market Sector
10.1. Space Commerce Example
10.1.1. Space Commerce – Opportunity Alert
10.2. On-Demand Imagery & Sensing
10.2.1. Scenario Overviews
10.2.2. Micro UAVs
10.2.3. Conventional UAVs
10.2.4. Stratospheric Aircraft and Airships
10.3. On-Demand Communication Relay (Internet, Telephone)
10.3.1. Scenario Overviews
10.3.2. Opportunity Alert
10.3.3. Micro UAVs
10.3.4. Conventional UAVs
10.3.5. Cell Phone Business Example
10.3.6. Stratospheric Aircraft
10.3.7. Stratospheric Airships
10.4. Persistent Imagery & Sensing
10.4.1. Scenario Overviews
10.4.2. Persistent Imagery & Sensing – Opportunity Alert
10.4.3. Conventional UAVs
10.4.4. Stratospheric Aircraft
10.4.5. Stratospheric Airships
10.5. Persistent Communication Relay
10.5.1. Scenario Overviews
10.5.2. Persistent Communication Relay – Opportunity Alert
10.5.3. Conventional UAVs
10.5.4. Stratospheric Aircraft
10.5.5. Stratospheric Airships
10.6. Mobile or Cellular Telephone Service
10.6.1. Opportunity Alert
10.7. Satellite Television and Radio
10.8. Internet Protocol Television (IPTV)
10.8.1. Opportunity Alert
10.8.2. IPTV Revenue
10.8.3. IPTV Subscriber Base
10.9. Market Gainers
10.10. Market Losers

11. Commercial UAVs – Market Forecasts by Technology
11.1. On-Demand Imagery & Sensing
11.1.1. Scenario I – No Commercial Access to Developed Air Space
11.1.2. Scenario II – Restricted Access to Developed Air Space
11.1.3. Scenario III – Full Access to Developed Air Space
11.2. On-Demand Communication
11.3. Persistent Imagery & Sensing
11.3.1. Scenario I – No Commercial Access to Developed Air Space
11.3.2. Scenario II – Restricted Access to Developed Air Space
11.3.3. Scenario III – Full Access to Developed Air Space
11.4. Persistent Communication
11.4.1. Scenario I – No Commercial Access to Developed Air Space
11.4.2. Scenario II – Restricted Access to Developed Air Space
11.4.3. Scenario III – Full Access to Developed Air Space

12. Commercial UAVs – Market Forecasts by Region
12.1. The Bottom Line?
12.2. Internet Access (Accounts)
12.2.1. Opportunity Alert
12.2.2. Internet Growth and Penetration
12.2.3. Global Internet Accounts Served by Persistent UAVs – Scenario I, II and III Snapshot – 2011-2016
12.2.4. Scenario I – Global Internet Accounts Served by Persistent UAVs by Region – 2011-2016
12.2.5. Scenario II Global Internet Accounts Served by Persistent UAVs by Region – 2011-2016
12.2.6. Scenario III Global Internet Accounts Served by Persistent UAVs by Region – 2011-2016
12.3. Internet Access (Market Value)
12.3.1. Global Internet Access Market Value Served by Persistent UAVs by Region – Scenario I, II and III Snapshot – 2011-2016
12.3.2. Scenario I – Global Internet Access Market Value Served by Persistent UAVs by Region – 2011-2016
12.3.3. Scenario II Global Internet Access Market Value Served by Persistent UAVs by Region – 2011-2016
12.3.4. Scenario III Global Internet Access Market Value Number Served by Persistent UAVs by Region – 2011-2016
12.4. African Regional Forecasts
12.4.1. Africa – Internet Accounts Scenario Analysis
12.4.2. Africa – Internet Market Value Scenario Analysis
12.5. Asian Regional Forecasts (Includes India)
12.5.1. Asia – Internet Accounts Scenario Analysis
12.5.2. Asia – Internet Market Value Scenario Analysis
12.6. European Regional Forecasts (Includes Eastern Europe & Russia)
12.6.1. Europe – Internet Accounts Scenario Analysis
12.6.2. Europe – Internet Market Value Scenario Analysis
12.7. Middle Eastern Regional Forecasts
12.7.1. Middle East – Internet Accounts Scenario Analysis
12.7.2. Middle East – Internet Market Value Scenario Analysis
12.8. North American Regional Forecasts
12.8.1. North America – Internet Accounts Scenario Analysis
12.8.2. North America – Internet Market Value Scenario Analysis
12.9. Pacific Rim Regional Forecasts (Includes Australia)
12.9.1. Pacific Rim – Internet Accounts Scenario Analysis
12.9.2. Pacific Rim – Internet Market Value Scenario Analysis
12.10. South American Regional Forecasts (Includes the Caribbean)
12.10.1. South America – Internet Accounts Scenario Analysis
12.10.2. South America – Internet Market Value Scenario Analysis

13. Potential Markets Beyond this Forecast’s Period
13.1. Satellites vs. Persistent UAVs
13.2. Cell Phone Paradigm Shift

Appendices

Glossary & Definitions

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List of Tables:

Table 1 – Global On-Demand Imagery & Sensing Market [$Million] – Scenario I, II and III Snapshot – 2011-2016
Table 2 – Global Persistent UAV Communication Market [$Billion] – Scenario I, II and III Snapshot – 2011-2016
Table 3 – Global Internet Access Served by Persistent UAVs Market Value by Region [$Billion] – Scenario I, II and III Snapshot – 2011-2016
Table 4 – Global Satellite Entertainment Revenue Forecast by Region [$Billion] – 2011-2016
Table 5 – African Cell Phone Demand – Forecasted Customers [Millions of Subscribers] – 2011-2016
Table 6 – Joint UAV Group Classification (JCOE CONOPS)
Table 7 – NATO UAV Categories
Table 8 – Space Industry Total Revenue [$Billion] – 2007-2009
Table 9 – US Space Commerce-Only Revenue [$Billion] – 2007-2009
Table 10 – Cell Phone vs. Internet Penetration [Millions]
Table 11 – Cell Phone vs. Internet Penetration vs. Income
Table 12 – Global Satellite Entertainment Revenue Forecast by Region [$Billion] – 2011-2016
Table 13 – Global Satellite Entertainment Revenue Share Forecast by Region [%] – 2011-2016
Table 14 – Internet Protocol TV vs. Satellite TV Revenue [$Billion] – 2011-2016
Table 15 – Global On-Demand Imagery & Sensing Market [$Million] – Scenario I, II and III Snapshot – 2011-2016
Table 16 – Global Persistent UAV Imagery & Sensing Market [$Million] – Scenario I, II and III Snapshot – 2011-2016
Table 17 – Global Persistent UAV Communication Market [$Billion] – Scenario I, II and III Snapshot – 2011-2016
Table 18 – Internet Accounts by Region [Millions of Accounts] – 2011-2016
Table 19 – Internet Account Growth and Penetration: 2000 to 2010
Table 20 – Global Internet Accounts Served by Persistent UAVs [Millions of Accounts] – Scenario I, II and III Snapshot – 2011-2016
Table 21 – Scenario I – Global Internet Accounts Served by Persistent UAVs by Region [Millions of Accounts] – 2011-2016
Table 22 – Scenario I – Global Internet Accounts Served by Persistent UAVs Share by Region [%] – 2011-2016
Table 23 – Scenario II – Global Internet Accounts Served by Persistent UAVs by Region [Millions of Accounts] – 2011-2016
Table 24 – Scenario II – Global Internet Accounts Served by Persistent UAVs Share by Region [%] – 2011-2016
Table 25 – Scenario III – Global Internet Accounts Served by Persistent UAVs by Region [Millions of Accounts] – 2011-2016
Table 26 – Scenario III – Global Internet Accounts Served by Persistent UAVs Share by Region [%] – 2011-2016
Table 27 – Asian Communication Annual Spending [$Million] Compared to Populations [Millions]
Table 28 – Global Internet Access Served by Persistent UAVs Market Value [$Billion] – Scenario I, II and III Snapshot – 2011-2016
Table 29 – Scenario I – Global Internet Access Market Value Served by Persistent UAVs [$Million] – 2011-2016
Table 30 – Scenario I – Global Internet Access Market Value Served by Persistent UAVs Share [%] – 2011-2016
Table 31 – Scenario II – Global Internet Access Market Value Served by Persistent UAVs [$Million] – 2011-2016
Table 32 – Scenario II – Global Internet Access Market Value Served by Persistent UAVs Share [%] – 2011-2016
Table 33 – Scenario III – Global Internet Access Market Value Served by Persistent UAVs by Region [$Million] – 2011-2016
Table 34 – Scenario III – Global Internet Access Market Value Served by Persistent UAVs Share by Region [%] – 2011-2016
Table 35 – African Internet Accounts Served by Persistent UAVs [Millions of Accounts] – Scenario I, II and III Snapshot – 2011-2016
Table 36 – African Internet Access Market Value Served by Persistent UAVs [$Billion] – Scenario I, II and III Snapshot – 2011-2016
Table 37 – Asian Internet Accounts Served by Persistent UAVs [Millions of Accounts] – Scenario I, II and III Snapshot – 2011-2016
Table 38 – Asian Internet Access Market Value Served by Persistent UAVs [$Billion] – Scenario I, II and III Snapshot – 2011-2016
Table 39 – European Internet Accounts Served by Persistent UAVs [Millions of Accounts] – Scenario I, II and III Snapshot – 2011-2016
Table 40 – European Internet Access Market Value Served by Persistent UAVs [$Billion] – Scenario I, II and III Snapshot – 2011-2016
Table 41 – Middle East Internet Accounts Served by Persistent UAVs [Millions of Accounts] – Scenario I, II and III Snapshot – 2011-2016
Table 42 – Middle East Internet Access Market Value Served by Persistent UAVs [$Billion] – Scenario I, II and III Snapshot – 2011-2016
Table 43 – North America Internet Accounts Served by Persistent UAVs [Millions of Accounts] – Scenario I, II and III Snapshot – 2011-2016
Table 44 – North American Internet Access Market Value Served by Persistent UAVs [$Billion] – Scenario I, II and III Snapshot – 2011-2016
Table 45 – Pacific Rim Internet Accounts Served by Persistent UAVs [Millions of Accounts] – Scenario I, II and III Snapshot – 2011-2016
Table 46 – Pacific Rim Internet Access Market Value Served by Persistent UAVs [$Million] – Scenario I, II and III Snapshot – 2011-2016
Table 47 – South America Internet Accounts Served by Persistent UAVs [Millions of Accounts] – Scenario I, II and III Snapshot – 2011-2016
Table 48 – South American Internet Access Market Value Served by Persistent UAVs [$Billion] – Scenario I, II and III Snapshot – 2011-2016

List of Figures:

Figure 1 – Collected Global UAV Market Forecasts
Figure 2 – Global Hawk
Figure 3 – Lockheed TR-1
Figure 4 – U.S. Defense Spending Declines 1945 – 2010
Figure 5 – Notional Stratospheric UAV Airship
Figure 6 – Impoverished Indian Cell Customer
Figure 7 – Global On-Demand Imagery & Sensing Market [$Million] – Scenario I, II and III Snapshot – 2011- 2016
Figure 8 – Global Persistent UAV Communication Market [$Billion] – Scenario I, II and III Snapshot – 2011-2016
Figure 9 – Global Internet Access Served by Persistent UAVs Market Value by Region [$Billion] – Scenario I, II and III Snapshot – 2011-2016
Figure 10 – Global Satellite Entertainment Revenue Forecast by Region [$Billion] – 2011-2016
Figure 11 – Cell Phone Coverage in Colorado, USA
Figure 12 – Internet Protocol Television Advertisement
Figure 13 – African Cell Phone Demand – Forecasted Customers [Millions of Subscribers] – 2011-2016
Figure 14 – Popular Mechanics Magazine Cover
Figure 15 – Silicon Valley Consumer without Broadband
Figure 16 – Aerospace America Magazine on DARPA
Figure 17 – Typical January US Jet Stream
Figure 18 – Typical July US Jet Stream
Figure 19 – Average Wind Velocities over the US
Figure 20 – The Response Time of a Symmetrical Constellation of Remote Sensing Satellites
Figure 21 – Space Data Corporation Balloon with Controller
Figure 22 – Space Data Corporation Altitude Control Valve Assembly
Figure 23 – Conventional Aerostat Design
Figure 24 – Cutting Edge Aerostat Design.
Figure 25 – Aerostat Designed For Low Wind Drag
Figure 26 – UAV Manufacturing Nations – by Capability
Figure 27 – Sample Airship Profiles at Low Reynolds Numbers
Figure 28 – Stratospheric UAV Airship Design
Figure 29 – Global Observer: Stratospheric UAV Design
Figure 30 – Heron TP: Jet Stream UAV
Figure 31 – Bateleur: High Altitude UAV
Figure 32 – Shadow: Medium Altitude UAV
Figure 33 – LEMV: Medium Altitude UAV Airship
Figure 34 – AirMice DZY Up-20: Low Altitude UAV
Figure 35 – XFC: Micro UAV
Figure 36 – US Soldier Hand Launching a Raven Micro UAV
Figure 37 – Boeing A-160 Hummingbird Cargo UAV
Figure 38 – Kaman K-Max Cargo UAV
Figure 39 – Baldwin Technology’s Rotary Wing UAV Lifting from a Ship
Figure 40 – Baldwin Technology’s Rotary Wing UAV Airborne
Figure 41 – Carter Aviation’s CarterCopter
Figure 42 – AAI Corporation’s Slowed Rotor Compound Multirole UAS
Figure 43 – Effect of Look Angles
Figure 44 – Typical Sensor Coverage Areas (Radar, Laser & Optical)
Figure 45 – Typical Stratospheric UAV Coverage Area (Radar, Laser & Optical)
Figure 46 – Typical Jet Stream UAV Coverage Area (Radar, Laser & Optical)
Figure 47 – Typical High Altitude UAV Coverage Area (Radar, Laser & Optical)
Figure 48 – Typical Medium Altitude UAV Coverage Area (Radar, Laser & Optical)
Figure 49 – Typical Low Altitude UAV Coverage Area (Laser & Optical)
Figure 50 – Typical Micro UAV Coverage Area (Optical)
Figure 51 – Best-Case Radio Coverage Diameters
Figure 52 – Actual Kabul Radio Coverage Analysis
Figure 53 – Stratospheric UAV Radio Coverage Diameters
Figure 54 – Jet Stream UAV Radio Coverage Diameters
Figure 55 – High Altitude UAV Radio Coverage Diameters
Figure 56 – Medium Altitude UAV Radio Coverage Diameters
Figure 57 – Low Altitude UAV Radio Coverage Diameters
Figure 58 – Micro UAV Radio Coverage Diameters
Figure 59 – Stratospheric UAV Operating Concept
Figure 60 – Conventional, Middle-Altitude UAV Operating Concept
Figure 61 – Micro UAV Operating Concept
Figure 62 – San Francisco Cell Phone Coverage
Figure 63 – Northern California Cell Phone Coverage
Figure 64 – Michigan Cell Phone Coverage
Figure 65 – Radio Coverage over Half of the US Population
Figure 66 – Silicon Valley Consumer without Broadband
Figure 67 – Cell Phone Accounts Penetration
Figure 68 – Internet Accounts Penetration
Figure 69 – Global Satellite Entertainment Revenue Forecast by Region [$Billion] – 2011-2016
Figure 70 – Global Satellite Entertainment Revenue Share Forecast by Region [%] – 2012-2016
Figure 71 – Internet Protocol Television (IPTV) Revenue [$Billion] – 2011-2016
Figure 72 – Internet Protocol TV vs. Satellite TV Revenue [$Billion] – 2011-2016
Figure 73 – Internet Protocol Television (IPTV) Subscribers [Millions of Subscribers] – 2011-2016
Figure 74 – Global On-Demand Imagery & Sensing Market [$Million] – Scenario I, II and III Snapshot – 2011- 2016
Figure 75 – Scenario I Global On-Demand Imagery & Sensing Market [$Million] – 2011-2016
Figure 76 – Scenario II Global On-Demand Imagery & Sensing Market [$Million] – 2011-2016
Figure 77 – Scenario III Global On-Demand Imagery & Sensing Market [$Million] – 2011-2016
Figure 78 – Global Persistent UAV Imagery & Sensing Market [$Million] – Scenario I, II and III Snapshot – 2011-2016
Figure 79 – Scenario I Global Persistent UAV Imagery & Sensing Market [$Million] – 2011-2016
Figure 80 – Scenario II Global Persistent UAV Imagery & Sensing Market [$Million] – 2011-2016
Figure 81 – Scenario III UAV Global Persistent UAV Imagery & Sensing Market [$Million] – 2011-2016
Figure 82 – Global Persistent UAV Communication Market [$Billion] – Scenario I, II and III Snapshot – 2011-2016
Figure 83 – Scenario I Global Persistent UAV Communication Market [$Billion] – 2011-2016
Figure 84 – Scenario II Global Persistent UAV Communication Market [$Billion] – 2011-2016
Figure 85 – Scenario III Global Persistent UAV Communication Market [$Billion] – 2011-2016
Figure 86 – Internet Accounts by Region [Millions of Accounts] – 2011 – 2016
Figure 87 – Global Internet Accounts Served by Persistent UAVs [Millions of Accounts] – Scenario I, II and III Snapshot – 2011-2016
Figure 88 – Scenario I – Global Internet Accounts Served by Persistent UAVs by Region [Millions of Accounts] – 2011-2016
Figure 89 – Scenario I – Global Internet Accounts Served by Persistent UAVs Share by Region [%] – 2012, 2014 and 2016
Figure 90 – Scenario II – Global Internet Accounts Served by Persistent UAVs by Region [Millions of Accounts] – 2011-2016
Figure 91 – Scenario II – Global Internet Accounts Served by Persistent UAVs Share by Region [%] – 2012, 2014 and 2016
Figure 92 – Scenario III – Global Internet Accounts Served by Persistent UAVs by Region [Millions of Accounts] – 2011-2016
Figure 93 – Scenario III – Global Internet Accounts Served by Persistent UAVs Share by Region [%] – 2012, 2014 and 2016
Figure 94 – Asian Communication Annual Spending [$/Year]
Figure 95 – Global Internet Access Served by Persistent UAVs Market Value [$Billion] – Scenario I, II and III Snapshot – 2011-2016
Figure 96 – Scenario I – Global Internet Access Market Value Served by Persistent UAVs [$Million] – 2011-2016
Figure 97 – Scenario I – Global Internet Access Market Value Served by Persistent UAVs Share [%] – 2012, 2014 and 2016
Figure 98 – Scenario II – Global Internet Access Market Value Served by Persistent UAVs [$Million] – 2011-2016
Figure 99 – Scenario II – Global Internet Access Market Value Served by Persistent UAVs Share [%] – 2012, 2014 and 2016
Figure 100 – Scenario III – Global Internet Access Market Value Served by Persistent UAVs by Region [$Million] – 2011-2016
Figure 101 – Scenario III – Global Internet Access Market Value Served by Persistent UAVs Share by Region [%] – 2012, 2014 and 2016
Figure 102 – African Internet Accounts Served by Persistent UAVs [Millions of Accounts] – Scenario I, II and III Snapshot – 2011-2016
Figure 103 – Scenario I African Internet Accounts Served by Persistent UAVs [Millions of Accounts] – 2011-2016
Figure 104 – Scenario II African Internet Accounts Served by Persistent UAVs [Millions of Accounts] – 2011-2016
Figure 105 – Scenario III African Internet Accounts Served by Persistent UAVs [Millions of Accounts] – 2011-2016
Figure 106 – African Internet Access Market Value Served by Persistent UAVs [$Billion] – Scenario I, II and III Snapshot – 2011-2016
Figure 107 – Scenario I African Internet Access Market Value Served by Persistent UAVs [$Million] – 2011-2016
Figure 108 – Scenario II African Internet Access Market Value Served by Persistent UAVs [$Million] – 2011-2016
Figure 109 – Scenario III African Internet Access Market Value Served by Persistent UAVs [$Million] – 2011-2016
Figure 110 – Asian Internet Accounts Served by Persistent UAVs [Millions of Accounts] – Scenario I, II and III Snapshot – 2011-2016
Figure 111 – Scenario I Asian Internet Accounts Served by Persistent UAVs [Millions of Accounts] – 2011-2016
Figure 112 – Scenario II Asian Internet Accounts Served by Persistent UAVs [Millions of Accounts] – 2011-2016
Figure 113 – Scenario III Asian Internet Accounts Served by Persistent UAVs [Millions of Accounts] – 2011-2016
Figure 114 – Asian Internet Access Market Value Served by Persistent UAVs [$Billion] – Scenario I, II and III Snapshot – 2011-2016
Figure 115 – Scenario I Asian Internet Access Market Value Served by Persistent UAVs [$Million] – 2011-2016
Figure 116 – Scenario II Asian Internet Access Market Value Served by Persistent UAVs [$Million] – 2011-2016
Figure 117 – Scenario III Asian Internet Access Market Value Served by Persistent UAVs [$Million] – 2011-2016
Figure 118 – European Internet Accounts Served by Persistent UAVs [Millions of Accounts] – Scenario I, II and III Snapshot – 2011-2016
Figure 119 – Scenario I European Internet Accounts Served by Persistent UAVs [Millions of Accounts] – 2011-2016
Figure 120 – Scenario II European Internet Accounts Served by Persistent UAVs [Millions of Accounts] – 2011-2016
Figure 121 – Scenario III European Internet Accounts Served by Persistent UAVs [Millions of Accounts] – 2011-2016
Figure 122 – European Internet Access Market Value Served by Persistent UAVs [$Billion] – Scenario I, II and III Snapshot – 2011-2016
Figure 123 – Scenario I European Internet Access Market Value Served by Persistent UAVs [$Million] – 2011-2016
Figure 124 – Scenario II European Internet Access Market Value Served by Persistent UAVs [$Million] – 2011-2016
Figure 125 – Scenario III European Internet Access Market Value Served by Persistent UAVs [$Million] – 2011-2016
Figure 126 – Middle East Internet Accounts Served by Persistent UAVs [Millions of Accounts] – Scenario I, II and III Snapshot – 2011-2016
Figure 127 – Scenario I Middle Eastern Internet Accounts Served by Persistent UAVs [Millions of Accounts] – 2011-2016
Figure 128 – Scenario II Middle Eastern Internet Accounts Served by Persistent UAVs [Millions of Accounts] – 2011-2016
Figure 129 – Scenario III Middle Eastern Internet Accounts Served by Persistent UAVs [Millions of Accounts] – 2011-2016
Figure 130 – Middle East Internet Access Market Value Served by Persistent UAVs [$Billion] – Scenario I, II and III Snapshot – 2011-2016
Figure 131 – Scenario I Middle East Internet Access Market Value Served by Persistent UAVs [$Million] – 2011-2016
Figure 132 – Scenario II Middle East Internet Access Market Value Served by Persistent UAVs [$Million] – 2011-2016
Figure 133 – Scenario III Middle East Internet Access Market Value Served by Persistent UAVs [$Million] – 2011-2016
Figure 134 – North America Internet Accounts Served by Persistent UAVs [Millions of Accounts] – Scenario I, II and III Snapshot – 2011-2016
Figure 135 – Scenario I North American Internet Accounts Served by Persistent UAVs [Millions of Accounts] – 2011-2016
Figure 136 – Scenario II North American Internet Accounts Served by Persistent UAVs [Millions of Accounts] – 2011-2016
Figure 137 – Scenario III North American Internet Accounts Served by Persistent UAVs [Millions of Accounts] – 2011-2016
Figure 138 – North American Internet Access Market Value Served by Persistent UAVs [$Billion] – Scenario I, II and III Snapshot – 2011-2016
Figure 139 – Scenario I North American Internet Access Market Value Served by Persistent UAVs [$Million] – 2011-2016
Figure 140 – Scenario II North American Internet Access Market Value Served by Persistent UAVs [$Million] – 2011-2016
Figure 141 – Scenario III North American Internet Access Market Value Served by Persistent UAVs [$Million] – 2011-2016
Figure 142 – Pacific Rim Internet Accounts Served by Persistent UAVs [Millions of Accounts] – Scenario I, II and III Snapshot – 2011-2016
Figure 143 – Scenario I Pacific Rim Internet Accounts Served by Persistent UAVs [Millions of Accounts] – 2011-2016
Figure 144 – Scenario II Pacific Rim Internet Accounts Served by Persistent UAVs [Millions of Accounts] – 2011-2016
Figure 145 – Scenario III Pacific Rim Internet Accounts Served by Persistent UAVs [Millions of Accounts] – 2011-2016
Figure 146 – Pacific Rim Internet Access Market Value Served by Persistent UAVs [$Million] – Scenario I, II and III Snapshot – 2011-2016
Figure 147 – Scenario I Pacific Rim Internet Access Market Value Served by Persistent UAVs [$Million] – 2011-2016
Figure 148 – Scenario II Pacific Rim Internet Access Market Value Served by Persistent UAVs [$Million] – 2011-2016
Figure 149 – Scenario III Pacific Rim Internet Access Market Value Served by Persistent UAVs [$Million] – 2011-2016
Figure 150 – South America Internet Accounts Served by Persistent UAVs [Millions of Accounts] – Scenario I, II and III Snapshot – 2011-2016
Figure 151 – Scenario I South American Internet Accounts Served by Persistent UAVs [Millions of Accounts] – 2011-2016
Figure 152 – Scenario II South American Internet Accounts Served by Persistent UAVs [Millions of Accounts] – 2011-2016
Figure 153 – Scenario III South American Internet Accounts Served by Any UAVs [Millions of Accounts] – 2011-2016
Figure 154 – South American Internet Access Market Value Served by Persistent UAVs [$Billion] – Scenario I, II and III Snapshot – 2011-2016
Figure 155 – Scenario I South American Internet Access Market Value Served by Persistent UAVs [$Million] – 2011-2016
Figure 156 – Scenario II South American Internet Access Market Value Served by Persistent UAVs [$Million] – 2011-2016
Figure 157 – Scenario III South American Internet Access Market Value Served by Persistent UAVs [$Million] – 2011-2016
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