Safety & Security Drones in the US by Equipment, Software and Services

  • ID: 4532804
  • Report
  • Region: United States
  • 216 Pages
  • The Freedonia Group
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Safety & Security Drones in the US by Equipment, Software and Services

US safety and security drone sales are projected to nearly double between 2016 and 2019. Loosening regulations on commercial drone usage, coupled with rapid advances in autonomous and analytic technologies, will result in increasing acceptance and adoption of drones.

Drone products and services covered in the study include:

Equipment

Services

Software

Applications for safety and security drones include:

Detaining Suspects

Explosive Detection & Removal

Firefighting

Inspection & Safety

Patrol

Search & Rescue

Surveillance

Traffic Management

Weather & Climate Analysis

Safety and security drone markets discussed include:

Agriculture & Livestock

Airports

Colleges & Universities

Construction Sites

Forestry & Logging

Industrial Facilities

Government

Oil & Gas Pipelines

Parks

Prisons

Public Venues

Residential Buildings

Seaports & Docks

Scope of the Report

This report covers the scope, size, and growth of the US safety and security drones market including key trends in product and services and opportunities by application and market. Historical data are provided for 2016 with forecasts for 2019, 2022 and 2028. Data are provided in dollar value. Also included is an analysis of the industry key players.
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1. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
2. OVERVIEW
Key Findings
Safety & Security Drone Market Size
Safety & Security Drone Outlook
Technology Innovations
Autonomous Capabilities
Overview
Autonomous Object Detection
Autonomous Monitoring
Night Vision
Anti-Drone Technology
Legal & Regulatory Factors
Overview
FAA Modernization and Reform Act
Operation of Non-Hobby Drones
Operator Licensing
Limited Operational Areas
Privacy Issues
Other Legal Considerations
Anti-Drone Technology
Law Enforcement
Enforcement of Regulations
3. PRODUCTS & SERVICES
Key Findings
Safety & Security Drone Equipment
Scope
Demand
Drone Types
Overview
Key Characteristics by Type
Rotorcraft
Free Flying versus Tethered Drones
Fixed-Wing
Accessories
Suppliers
Outlook
Safety & Security Drone Operation Services
Revenues
Service Providers
Outlook
Safety & Security Drone Software
Demand
Software Types
Suppliers
Outlook
4. APPLICATIONS
Key Findings
Detaining Suspects
Overview
Leading Technologies
Explosive Detection & Removal
Firefighting
Inspection & Safety
Patrol
Border Patrol
Other Patrol Applications
Search & Rescue
Surveillance
Traffic Management
Weather & Climate Analysis
5. MARKETS
Key Findings
Agriculture & Livestock
Airports
Colleges & Universities
Construction Sites
Overview
Legal & Regulatory Issues
Suppliers
Forestry & Logging
Industrial Facilities
Government
Customs & Border Protection
Public Safety Forces
Oil & Gas Pipelines
Parks
Prisons
Public Venues
Residential Buildings
Seaports & Docks
6. INDUSTRY STRUCTURE & PROFILES
Key Findings
Market Leaders
First Tier Market Leaders
Second Tier Market Leaders
Mergers & Acquisitions
Cooperative Agreements
Profiles
Other Companies Mentioned in the Study
7. APPENDIX
Scope
Methodology
Sources
Associations & Agencies
Related Freedonia Group Studies
Definitions
Abbreviations
Macroeconomic Assumptions
Economic Environment
Demographic Trends
Public Safety Environment
Overview
Types of Protection Services
Crime
Violent Crimes
Property Crimes
Terrorism
Other Nonconventional Crimes
Fire
LIST OF TABLES
1. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
2. OVERVIEW
Table 2-1 - Safety & Security Drone Demand, 2016 – 2028 (million dollars)
Table 2-2 - Sensors Used for Autonomous Object Detection
Table 2-3 - Anti-Drone Products
Table 2-4 - Part 107 Regulations for Commercial Drone Use
3. PRODUCTS & SERVICES
Table 3-1 - Types of Drones: Advantages & Disadvantages
Table 3-2 - Types of Rotorcraft UAVs: Advantages & Disadvantages
Table 3-3 - Free Flying & Tethered Drones: Advantages & Disadvantages
Table 3-4 - Examples of Types of Software Used With Safety & Security Drones
4. APPLICATIONS
Table 4-1 - Roadblocks to Drone Usage in Detaining Suspects & Possible Solutions
Table 4-2 - Surveillance Drone Suppliers
5. MARKETS
Table 5-1 - Advantages of Drones in Industrial Facilities
Table 5-2 - Public Safety Forces: Applications for Drones
Table 5-3 - Surveillance Drone Suppliers
Table 5-4 - Residential Security Drones Under Development
6. INDUSTRY STRUCTURE & PROFILES
Table 6-1 - Selected Acquisitions & Divestitures
Table 6-2 - Selected Cooperative Agreements
Table 6-3 - Safety & Security Drone Market Participants
Table 6-4 - Aeryon Labs: Key Product Lines
Table 6-5 - Airborne Drones: Key Product Lines
Table 6-6 - Airobotics: Key Product Lines
Table 6-7 - Aptonomy: Key Product Lines
Table 6-8 - Autel Robotics: Key Product Lines
Table 6-9 - CyPhy Works: Key Product Lines
Table 6-10 - Draganfly Innovations: Key Product Lines
Table 6-11 - Drone Aviation: Key Product Lines
Table 6-12 - FLIR Systems: Key Product Lines
Table 6-13 - FLYMOTION Unmanned Systems: Key Product Lines
Table 6-14 - Hawkeye Innovations: Key Product Lines
Table 6-15 - Israel Aerospace Industries: Key Product Lines
Table 6-16 - Kespry: Key Product & Service Lines
Table 6-17 - Lockheed Martin: Key Product Lines
Table 6-18 - L3 Technologies: Key Product Lines
Table 6-19 - Martin UAV: Key Product Lines
Table 6-20 - Microdrones: Key Product Lines
Table 6-21 - MicroMultiCopter Aero Technology: Key Product Lines
Table 6-22 - Nightingale Security: Key Service Lines
Table 6-23 - Northrop Grumman: Key Product Lines
Table 6-24 - Parrot: Key Product Lines
Table 6-25 - Physical Sciences: Key Product Lines
Table 6-26 - Pixiel Group: Key Product Lines
Table 6-27 - PrecisionHawk: Key Product Lines
Table 6-28 - Prioria Robotics: Key Product Lines
Table 6-29 - QUALCOMM: Key Product Lines
Table 6-30 - Raytheon: Key Product Lines
Table 6-31 - Secom: Key Service Lines
Table 6-32 - Sharp: Key Product Lines
Table 6-33 - Sunflower Labs: Key Product Lines
Table 6-34 - SZ DJI Technology: Key Product Lines
Table 6-35 - Textron: Key Product Lines
Table 6-36 - TOR Robotics: Key Product Lines
Table 6-37 - UAS Drone: Key Product Lines
Table 6-38 - UASUSA: Key Product Lines
Table 6-39 - UAV Factory: Key Product Lines
Table 6-40 - UAV Solutions: Key Product Lines
Table 6-41 - Vanguard Defense Industries: Key Product Lines
Table 6-42 - VStar Systems: Key Product Lines
Table 6-43 - Yuneec International: Key Product Lines
7. APPENDIX
Table 7-1 - Relevant NAICS (2007) & SIC Codes
Table 7-2 - Abbreviations & Acronyms Used in Study
Table 7-3 - Macroeconomic Indicators, 2006 – 2021 (billion 2009 dollars)
Table 7-4 - Population & Households, 2006 – 2021 (million persons)
Table 7-5 - Public Safety Sector Employment, 2006 – 2021 (thousands)
Table 7-6 - Violent Crime Levels, 2006 – 2015 (thousands)
Table 7-7 - Property Crime Levels, 2006 – 2015 (thousands)
Table 7-8 - Incidences of Terrorism in the US, 2006 – 2015
Table 7-9 - Selected Other Nonconventional Crimes, 2006 – 2015 (thousand arrests)
Table 7-10 - Fire Levels & Losses, 2006 – 2015
LIST OF FIGURES
1. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
Figure 1-1 - Key Trends in the US Safety & Security Drone Market
2. OVERVIEW
Figure 2-1 - Key Safety & Security Drone Market Factors
3. PRODUCTS & SERVICES
Figure 3-1 - Key Safety & Security Drone Trends by Segment
Figure 3-2 - Example of Rotorcraft Drone: SZ DJI’s Matrice 210 Quadcopter
Figure 3-3 - Example of Fixed-Wing Drone: Martin UAV’s Bat 4
Figure 3-4 - Example of a Single-Rotor Drone: FLIR Systems’ PD-100 Black Hornet 2
4. APPLICATIONS
Figure 4-1 - Key Safety & Security Drone Application Trends
Figure 4-2 - Airborne Vanguard Drone Used for Detection
Figure 4-3 - senseFly albris Drone for Industrial Applications
Figure 4-4 - Aeryon SkyRanger Drone for Search & Rescue & Other Public Safety
Applications
Figure 4-5 - RCE System’s DataFromSky Traffic Drone
Figure 4-6 - QuestUAV’s DATAhawk Fixed-Wing Survey Drone for Industrial
Applications
5. MARKETS
Figure 5-1 - Key Safety & Security Drone Market Trends
7. APPENDIX
Figure 7-1 - Annual Growth in Real GDP, 2000 – 2016, Compared to 1980 – 2005
Average (percent)
Figure 7-2 - Annual Population Growth, 2001 – 2016 (percent)
Figure 7-3 - US Crime Rates, 2006 - 2015 (reported crimes per thousand people)
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