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Global Military UAV - Market and Technology Forecast to 2029

  • ID: 5359409
  • Report
  • July 2021
  • Region: Global
  • 270 Pages
  • Market Forecast

FEATURED COMPANIES

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An unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV), commonly known as a drone, is an aircraft without a human pilot aboard. UAVs are a component of an unmanned aircraft system (UAS); which includes a UAV, a ground-based controller, and a system of communications between the two. The global military UAV market is dominated by companies based in the United States and Israel.

The report “Global Military UAV - Market and Technology Forecast to 2029” examines, analyzes, and predicts the evolution of military UAV technologies, markets, and outlays (expenditures) over the next 8 years - 2021 - 2029 in the defense industry. It also examines military UAV markets geographically, focusing on the top 95% of global markets, in the United States, Europe, and Asia. Throughout the report, we show how military UAV Tech is used today to add real value. To provide the most thorough and realistic forecast, this report provides a twin-scenario analysis, including “steady state”, the emergence of new military UAV tech in the defense industry.

In this report, the publisher has classified Military Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV) under five (5) major groups. We will research these five major groups and also provide forecast figures throughout 2029. 

These major groups are:

1. Region: The regions discussed in this report are:

  • Americas
  • Europe
  • Asia
  • Middle East
  • Africa

2. Technology: The technologies that are of utmost importance to this industry are:

  • Micro or Nano UAVs
  • Mini UAVs
  • Medium UAVs
  • Large UAVs

3. Propulsion: The major propulsion systems discussed here are:

  • Battery Powered
  • Fuel Cell
  • Hybrid Cell

4. Max Take Off Weight (Mtow): The MtoWs discussed are:

  • < 25 Kilograms
  • 25 - 150 Kilograms
  • 150 Kilograms

5. Range: Military UAVs have been classified under 5 major range:

  • Very low-cost close-range UAVs
  • Close-range UAVs
  • Short-range UAVs
  • Mid-range UAVs
  • Endurance UAVs

6. Launching: The key launching modes that we shed light on are:

  • Automatic Take-Off and Landing
  • Catapult Launcher
  • Hand Launched
  • Vertical Take Off

7. Application: Military UAVs will be used in:

  • Intelligence, Surveillance, Reconnaissance
  • Combat Operations

8. End User: The major end-users of Military UAVs are:

  • Army
  • Air Force
  • Navy

In particular, this report provides an in-depth analysis of the following:

  • Overview: Snapshot of the Military Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV) market during 2021-2029, including highlights of the demand drivers, trends and challenges. It also provides a snapshot of the spending with respect to regions as well as segments. It also sheds light on the emergence of new technologies
  • Market Dynamics: Insights into the technological developments in the Military Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV) market and a detailed analysis of the changing preferences of governments around the world. It also analyzes changing industry structure trends and the challenges faced by the industry participants.
  • Segment Analysis: Insights into the various systems market from a segmental perspective and a detailed analysis of factors influencing the market for each segment.
  • Regional Review: Insights into modernization patterns and budgetary allocation for top countries within a region.
  • Regional Analysis: Insights into the systems market from a regional perspective and a detailed analysis of factors influencing the market for each region.
  • Trend Analysis: Key Military Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV) market: Analysis of the key markets in each region, providing an analysis of the various Systems segments expected to be in demand in each region.
  • Key Program Analysis: Details of the top programs in each segment expected to be executed during the forecast period.
  • Competitive landscape Analysis: Analysis of competitive landscape of this industry. It provides an overview of key companies, together with insights such as key alliances, strategic initiatives and a brief financial analysis.

Reasons to Buy:

  • Determine prospective investment areas based on a detailed trend analysis of the Global Military Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV) market over the next eight years
  • Gain in-depth understanding about the underlying factors driving demand for different systems segments in the top spending countries across the world and identify the opportunities offered by each of them
  • Strengthen your understanding of the market in terms of demand drivers, industry trends, and the latest technological developments, among others
  • Identify the major channels that are driving the global small sat business, providing a clear picture about future opportunities that can be tapped, resulting in revenue expansion
  • Channelize resources by focusing on the ongoing programs that are being undertaken by the ministries of different countries within the Military Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV) market
  • Make correct business decisions based on thorough analysis of the total competitive landscape of the sector with detailed profiles of the top systems providers around the world which include information about their products, alliances, recent contract wins and financial analysis
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FEATURED COMPANIES

  • AeroVironment Inc
  • Autel Robotics
  • CyberAero
  • Flir
  • Leonardo
  • Parrot
  • MORE

1. Introduction
1.1 Objective
1.2 Market definition
1.3 Methodology
1.4 Events based Forecast Scenario
1.5 Who will benefit from this report
1.5.1 Business Leaders & Business Developers
1.5.2 Defense Primes
1.5.3 Policy Makers, Analysts and Planners
1.6 Language

2 Executive Summary
2.1 Military Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs) - Classification Based on Size, Functions and Autonomy
2.2 Military Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs)- Trends and Insights
2.3 Major Findings
2.4 Major Conclusions
2.5 Important Tables and Graphs

3 Current and Future Technologies - Military Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs)
3.1 Introduction
3.2 Current Technologies
3.3 Future Technologies

4 Current and Future Market Overview - Military Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs)
4.1 Introduction
4.2 Current Markets
4.2.1 North America
4.2.2 Europe
4.2.3 Asia
4.2.4 Middle East
4.2.5 Rest of the World
4.3 Future Markets
4.4 How to reach scale
4.4.1 Challenges Involved in Scaling
4.4.2 Strategy For Scaling

5 Market Analysis
5.1 Introduction
5.1 Porter's 5 Forces Analysis
5.1.1 Bargaining power of buyers
5.1.2 Bargaining power of suppliers
5.1.3 Threat of new entrants
5.1.4 Threat of substitutes
5.1.5 Rivalry among existing players
5.2 PESTEL Analysis
5.2.1 Political Factors
5.2.2 Economic Factors
5.2.3 Social Factors
5.2.4 Technological Factors
5.2.5 Environmental Factors
5.2.6 Legal Factors
5.3 Marketing and growth lessons post the COVID-19 crisis
5.4 Forecast factors
5.4.1 Scenario 1 - Forecast Scenario: COVID-19 outbreak
5.4.2 Scenario 2 - Event Based Scenarios: Post COVID-19 outbreak

6 Forecast - Military Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs) Market by Region to 2029
6.1 Introduction
6.2 Military Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs)market by Region overview
6.2.1 Americas - Military UAV Market
6.2.2 Europe - Military UAV Market
6.2.3 Asia - Military UAV Market
6.2.4 Middle East - Military UAV Market
6.2.5 Africa - Military UAV Market

7 Forecast Military Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs) Market by Technology to 2029
7.1 Introduction
7.2 Global Military Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs)Market by Technology overview
7.2.1 Micro or Nano UAV - Military UAV Market
7.2.2 Mini UAV - Military UAV Market
7.2.3 Medium UAV - Military UAV Market
7.2.4 Large UAV - Military UAV Market

8 Forecast - Military Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs)Market by Propulsion Type to 2029
8.1 Introduction
8.2 Global Military Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs)Market by Propulsion Type Overview
8.2.1 Battery Powered UAV - Military UAV Market
8.2.2 Fuel Cell Powered UAV - Military UAV Market
8.2.3 Hybrid Cell Powered UAV - Military UAV Market

9 Forecast- Military Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs)Market by Maximum Take Off Weight (MTOW) to 2029
9.1 Introduction
9.2 Global military Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs)Market by Maximum Take Off Weight (MTOW) Overview
9.2.1 < 25 Kilograms Mtow - Military UAV Market
9.2.2 25 Kilograms - 150 Kilograms Mtow - Military UAV Market
9.2.3 > 150 Kilograms Mtow - Military UAV Market

10 Forecast - Military Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs)Market by Range to 2029
10.1 Introduction
10.1 Global military Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs)Market by Range Overview
10.1.1 Very low-cost close-range UAVs - Military UAV Market
10.1.2 Close-range UAVs - Military UAV Market
10.1.3 Short-range UAVs - Military UAV Market
10.1.4 Mid-range UAVs - Military UAV Market
10.1.5 Endurance UAVs - Military UAV Market

11 Forecast - Military Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs)Market by Launching to 2029
11.1 Introduction
11.1 Global military Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs)Market by Launching Mode Overview
11.1.1 Automatic Take Off and Landing Mode - UAV Market by Launching
11.1.2 Catapult Launcher - UAV Market by Launching
11.1.3 Hand Launched - UAV Market by Launching
11.1.4 Vertical Take Off - UAV Market by Launching

12 Forecast - Military Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs)Market by Application to 2029
12.1 Introduction
12.1 Global military Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs)Market by Application Overview
12.1.1 Intelligence, Surveillance, Reconnaissance - UAV Market by Application
12.1.2 Combat Operations - UAV Market by Application

13 Forecast - Military Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs)Market by End User to 2029
13.1 Introduction
13.2 Global military Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs)Market by End User Overview
13.2.1 Army - UAV Market by End User
13.2.2 Air Force - UAV Market by End User
13.2.3 Navy - UAV Market by End User

14 Event Forecast - Military Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs)Market to 2029
14.1 Introduction
14.2 Events forecast factors
14.3 Event Forecast by Region
14.4 Event Forecast by Technology
14.5 Event Forecast by Propulsion Type
14.6 Event Forecast by Mtow
14.7 Event Forecast by Range
14.8 Event Forecast by Launching Mode
14.9 Event Forecast by Application
14.1 Event Forecast by End User

15 Leading Companies in the Military Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs) Market
15.1 Airbus Defence & Space
15.1.1 Company profile
15.1.2 Segment Revenue
15.1.3 Financial information
15.1.4 Financial info (revenues, profit last 5 years)
15.1.5 Recent contract wins
15.1.6 Recent Projects completed
15.1.7 Strategic Alliances
15.1.8 UAV Products & Services
15.1.9 SWOT ANALYSIS
15.2 BAE Systems
15.2.1 Company profile
15.2.2 Products & Services
15.2.3 Segment Revenue
15.2.4 Financial Info
15.2.5 Recent contract wins
15.2.6 Recent Projects completed
15.2.7 Strategic Alliances
15.2.8 UAV - Products & Services
15.2.9 SWOT ANALYSIS
15.3 Boeing Co.
15.3.1 Company profile
15.3.2 Products & Services
15.3.3 Segment Revenue
15.3.4 Financial Info
15.3.5 Recent contract wins
15.3.6 Recent Projects completed
15.3.7 Strategic Alliances
15.3.8 UAV - Products & Services
15.3.9 SWOT ANALYSIS
15.4 Israel Aerospace Industries (IAI)
15.4.1 Company profile
15.4.2 Products & Services
15.4.3 Segment Revenue
15.4.4 Financial Info
15.4.5 Recent contract wins
15.4.6 Recent Projects completed
15.4.7 Strategic Alliances
15.4.8 UAV - Products & Services
15.4.9 SWOT ANALYSIS
15.5 Leonardo
15.5.1 Company profile
15.5.2 Products & Services
15.5.3 Segment Revenue
15.5.4 Financial Info
15.5.5 Recent contract wins
15.5.6 Recent Projects completed
15.5.7 Strategic Alliances
15.5.8 UAV - Products & Services
15.5.9 SWOT ANALYSIS
15.6 Lockheed Martin
15.6.1 Company profile
15.6.2 Products & Services
15.6.3 Segment Revenue
15.6.4 Financial Info
15.6.5 Recent contract wins
15.6.6 Recent Projects completed
15.6.7 Strategic Alliances
15.6.8 UAV - Products & Services
15.6.9 SWOT ANALYSIS
15.7 Northrop Grumman Corp.
15.7.1 Company profile
15.7.2 Products & Services
15.7.3 Segment Revenue
15.7.4 Financial Info
15.7.5 Recent contract wins
15.7.6 Recent Projects completed
15.7.7 Strategic Alliances
15.7.8 UAV - Products & Services
15.7.9 SWOT Analysis
15.8 Raytheon
15.8.1 Company profile
15.8.2 Products & Services
15.8.3 Segment Revenue
15.8.4 Financial Info
15.8.5 Recent contract wins
15.8.6 Recent projects completed
15.8.7 Strategic Alliances
15.8.8 Unmanned Aerial Vehicles - Products & Services
15.8.9 SWOT Analysis
15.9 Safran
15.9.1 Company profile
15.9.2 Products & Services
15.9.3 Segment Revenue
15.9.4 Financial Info
15.9.5 Recent contract wins
15.9.6 Recent projects completed
15.9.7 Strategic Alliances
15.9.8 UAV - Products & Services
15.9.9 SWOT Analysis
15.1 THALES
15.10.1 Company profile
15.10.2 Products & Services
15.10.3 Segment Revenue
15.10.4 Financial Info
15.10.5 Recent contract wins
15.10.6 Recent projects completed
15.10.7 Strategic Alliances
15.10.8 UAV - Products & Services
15.10.9 SWOT Analysis
15.11 Other Companies Of Interest
15.11.1 DJI
15.11.2 CybAero
15.11.3 General Atomics
15.11.4 Parrot
15.11.5 Yuneec
15.11.6 Kespry
15.11.7 Autel Robotics
15.11.8 Aeryon Labs, Inc
15.11.9 Flyability
15.11.10 Flir

16 Conclusions and recommendations
16.1 Major Conclusions
16.2 Major Recommendations

17 About the Publisher

18 Appendices
18.1 Companies Mentioned
18.2 Abbreviations
18.3 Related reports

List of Tables
Table 1: Military UAV by Regions [US$ Bn] - 2021-2029
Table 2: Military UAV by Technology [US$ Bn] - 2021-2029
Table 3: Military UAV by Propulsion Type [US$ Bn] - 2021 - 2029
Table 4: Military UAV by Max Take Off Weight (Mtow) [US$ Bn] - 2021 - 2029
Table 5: Military UAV by Range [US$ Bn] - 2021 - 2029
Table 6: Military UAV by Launching Mode [US$ Bn] - 2021 - 2029
Table 7: Military UAV by Application [US$ Bn] - 2021 - 2029
Table 8: Military UAV by End User [US$ Bn] - 2021 - 2029
Table 9: Military UAV by Regions [US$ Bn] - 2021 - 2029
Table 10: Military UAV by Region - Americas [US$ Bn] - 2021 - 2029
Table 11: Military UAV by Region - Europe [US$ Bn] - 2021 - 2029
Table 12: Military UAV by Region - Asia [US$ Bn] - 2021 - 2029
Table 13: Military UAV by Region - Middle East [US$ Bn] - 2021 - 2029
Table 14: Military UAV by Region - Africa [US$ Bn] - 2021 - 2029
Table 15: Military UAV by Technology [US$ Bn] - 2021 - 2029
Table 16: Military UAV by Technology - Micro or Nano UAVs [US$ Bn] - 2021 - 2029
Table 17: Military UAV by Technology - Mini UAVs [US$ Bn] - 2021 - 2029
Table 18: Military UAV by Technology - Medium UAVs [US$ Bn] - 2021 - 2029
Table 19: Military UAV by Technology - Large UAVs [US$ Bn] - 2021 - 2029
Table 20: Military UAV by Propulsion Type [US$ Bn] - 2021 - 2029
Table 21: Military UAV - Battery Powered [US$ Bn] - 2021 - 2029
Table 22: Military UAV - Fuel Cell [US$ Bn] - 2021 - 2029
Table 23: Military UAV - Hybrid Cell [US$ Bn] - 2021 - 2029
Table 24: Military UAV by Max Take Off Weight (Mtow) [US$ Bn] - 2021 - 2029
Table 25: Military UAV - < 25 Kilograms [US$ Bn] - 2021 - 2029
Table 26: Military UAV - 25 - 150 Kilograms [US$ Bn] - 2021 - 2029
Table 27: Military UAV - >150 Kilograms [US$ Bn] - 2021 - 2029
Table 28: Military UAV by Range [US$ Bn] - 2021 - 2029
Table 29: Military UAV - Very low-cost close-range UAVs [US$ Bn] - 2021 - 2029
Table 30: Military UAV - Close-range UAVs [US$ Bn] - 2021 - 2029
Table 31: Military UAV - Short-range UAVs [US$ Bn] - 2021 - 2029
Table 32: Military UAV - Mid-range UAVs [US$ Bn] - 2021 - 2029
Table 33: Military UAV - Endurance UAVs [US$ Bn] - 2021 - 2029
Table 34: Military UAV by Launching Method [US$ Bn] - 2021 - 2029
Table 35: Military UAV - Automatic Take Off and Landing [US$ Bn] - 2021 - 2029
Table 36: Military UAV - Catapult-Launched [US$ Bn] - 2021 - 2029
Table 37: Military UAV - Hand Launched [US$ Bn] - 2021 - 2029
Table 38: Military UAV - Vertical Take Off [US$ Bn] - 2021 - 2029
Table 39: Military UAV by Application [US$ Bn] - 2021 - 2029
Table 40: Military UAV - Intelligence, Surveillance, Reconnaissance [US$ Bn] - 2021 - 2029
Table 41: Military UAV - Combat Operations [US$ Bn] - 2021 - 2029
Table 42: Military UAV by End User [US$ Bn] - 2021 - 2029
Table 43: Military UAV - Army [US$ Bn] - 2021 - 2029
Table 44: Military UAV - Air Force [US$ Bn] - 2021 - 2029
Table 45: Military UAV - Navy [US$ Bn] - 2021 - 2029
Table 46: Event Forecast - Military UAV by Regions [US$ Bn] - 2021 - 2029
Table 47: Event Forecast - Military UAV by Technology [US$ Bn] - 2021 - 2029
Table 48: Event Forecast - Military UAV by Propulsion Type [US$ Bn] - 2021 - 2029
Table 49: Event Forecast - Military UAV by Max Take Off Weight (MTOW) [US$ Bn] - 2021 - 2029
Table 50: Event Forecast - Military UAV by Range [US$ Bn] - 2021 - 2029
Table 51: Event Forecast - Military UAV by Launching Mode [US$ Bn] - 2021 - 2029
Table 52: Event Forecast - Military UAV by Application [US$ Bn] - 2021 - 2029
Table 53: Event Forecast - Military UAV by End User [US$ Bn] - 2021 - 2029

List of Figures
Figure 3: Military UAV by Regions [US$ Bn] - 2021 - 2029
Figure 4: Military UAV by Technology [US$ Bn] - 2021-2029
Figure 5: Military UAV by Propulsion Type [US$ Bn] - 2021 - 2029
Figure 6: Military UAV by Max Take Off Weight (MTOW) [US$ Bn] - 2021 - 2029
Figure 7: Military UAV by Range [US$ Bn] - 2021 - 2029
Figure 8: Military UAV by Launching Mode [US$ Bn] - 2021 - 2029
Figure 9: Military UAV by Application [US$ Bn] - 2021 - 2029
Figure 10: Military UAV by End User [US$ Bn] - 2021 - 2029
Figure 9: NATO UAS Classification Guide, September 2009 JCGUAV Meeting
Figure 9: FLIR Black Hornet Nano UAV
Figure 10: Thales Watchkeeper UAV of the British Army
Figure 11: A Northrop Grumman Global Hawk HALE UAV with a multispectral camera MS-177
Figure 11: Landing gear design for UAVs with Perching & Resting capability
Figure 12: Submersible UAV
Figure 13: UAV Segmentation from 2021-2029 (in %)
Figure 14: Countries using and developing military UAVs
Figure 15: MQ 9 Stingray UAV
Figure 16: Unmanned Systems Procurement in the U.S (US$ million)
Figure 17: Swarming Drones Capability
Figure 18: Parrot ANAFI USA drone
Figure 19: Orion UCAV
Figure 20: Wing Loong II UAV
Figure 21: Heron TP- UAV
Figure 22: Milkor MA- 380
Figure 20: PESTEL Analysis, Global Military UAV Market-2021-2029
Figure 21: Elements of defense innovation
Figure 26: Military UAV by Regions [US$ Bn] - 2021 - 2029
Figure 27: Military UAV by Regions - TOTAL [US$ Bn] - 2021 - 2029
Figure 28: Military UAV by Region - Americas [US$ Bn] - 2021 - 2029
Figure 29: Military UAV by Region - Americas - TOTAL [US$ Bn] - 2021 - 2029
Figure 30: Military UAV by Region - Europe [US$ Bn] - 2021 - 2029
Figure 31: Military UAV by Region - Europe - TOTAL [US$ Bn] - 2021 - 2029
Figure 32: Military UAV by Region - Asia [US$ Bn] - 2021 - 2029
Figure 33: Military UAV by Region - Asia - TOTAL [US$ Bn] - 2021 - 2029
Figure 34: Military UAV by Region - Middle East [US$ Bn] - 2021 - 2029
Figure 35: Military UAV by Region - Middle East - TOTAL [US$ Bn] - 2021 - 2029
Figure 36: Military UAV by Region - Africa [US$ Bn] - 2021 - 2029
Figure 37: Military UAV by Region - Africa - TOTAL [US$ Bn] - 2021 - 2029
Figure 38: Military UAV by Technology [US$ Bn] - 2021 - 2029
Figure 39: Military UAV by Technology - TOTAL [US$ Bn] - 2021 - 2029
Figure 40: Military UAV by Technology - Micro or Nano UAVs [US$ Bn] - 2021 - 2029
Figure 41: Military UAV by Technology - Micro or Nano UAVs - TOTAL [US$ Bn] - 2021 - 2029
Figure 42: Military UAV by Technology - Mini UAVs [US$ Bn] - 2021 - 2029
Figure 43: Military UAV by Technology - Mini UAVs - TOTAL [US$ Bn] - 2021 - 2029
Figure 44: Military UAV by Technology - Medium UAVs [US$ Bn] - 2021 - 2029
Figure 45: Military UAV by Technology - Medium UAVs - TOTAL [US$ Bn] - 2021 - 2029
Figure 46: Military UAV by Technology - Large UAVs [US$ Bn] - 2021 - 2029
Figure 47: Military UAV by Technology - Large UAVs - TOTAL [US$ Bn] - 2021 - 2029
Figure 48: Military UAV by Propulsion Type [US$ Bn] - 2021 - 2029
Figure 49: Military UAV by Propulsion Type [US$ Bn] - 2021 - 2029
Figure 50: Military UAV - Battery Powered [US$ Bn] - 2021 - 2029
Figure 51: Military UAV - Battery Powered - TOTAL [US$ Bn] - 2021 - 2029
Figure 52: Military UAV - Fuel Cell [US$ Bn] - 2021 - 2029
Figure 53: Military UAV - Fuel Cell - TOTAL [US$ Bn] - 2021 - 2029
Figure 54: Military UAV - Hybrid Cell [US$ Bn] - 2021 - 2029
Figure 55: Military UAV - Hybrid Cell - TOTAL [US$ Bn] - 2021 - 2029
Figure 56: Military UAV by Max Take Off Weight (Mtow) [US$ Bn] - 2021 - 2029
Figure 57: Military UAV by Max Take Off Weight (Mtow) - TOTAL [US$ Bn] - 2021 - 2029
Figure 58: Military UAV - < 25 Kilograms [US$ Bn] - 2021 - 2029
Figure 59: Military UAV - < 25 Kilograms - TOTAL [US$ Bn] - 2021 - 2029
Figure 60: Military UAV - 25-150 Kilograms [US$ Bn] - 2021 - 2029
Figure 61: Military UAV - 25-150 Kilograms - TOTAL [US$ Bn] - 2021 - 2029
Figure 62: Military UAV - >150 Kilograms [US$ Bn] - 2021 - 2029
Figure 63: Military UAV - >150 Kilograms - TOTAL [US$ Bn] - 2021 - 2029
Figure 64: Military UAV by Range [US$ Bn] - 2021 - 2029
Figure 65: Military UAV by Range [US$ Bn] - 2021 - 2029
Figure 66: Military UAV - Very low-cost close-range UAVs [US$ Bn] - 2021 - 2029
Figure 67: Military UAV - Very low-cost close-range UAVs - TOTAL [US$ Bn] - 2021 - 2029
Figure 68: Military UAV - Close-range UAVs [US$ Bn] - 2021 - 2029
Figure 69: Military UAV - Close-range UAVs - TOTAL [US$ Bn] - 2021 - 2029
Figure 70: Military UAV - Short-range UAVs [US$ Bn] - 2021 - 2029
Figure 71: Military UAV - Short-range UAVs - TOTAL [US$ Bn] - 2021 - 2029
Figure 72: Military UAV - Mid-range UAVs [US$ Bn] - 2021 - 2029
Figure 73: Military UAV - Mid-range UAVs - TOTAL [US$ Bn] - 2021 - 2029
Figure 74: Military UAV - Endurance UAVs [US$ Bn] - 2021 - 2029
Figure 75: Military UAV - Endurance UAVs - TOTAL [US$ Bn] - 2021 - 2029
Figure 76: Military UAV by Launching Mode [US$ Bn] - 2021 - 2029
Figure 77: Military UAV by Launching Method - TOTAL [US$ Bn] - 2021 - 2029
Figure 78: Military UAV - Automatic Take Off and Landing [US$ Bn] - 2021 - 2029
Figure 79: Military UAV - Automatic Take Off and Landing - TOTAL [US$ Bn] - 2021 - 2029
Figure 80: Military UAV - Catapult-Launched [US$ Bn] - 2021 - 2029
Figure 81: Military UAV - Catapult-Launched - TOTAL [US$ Bn] - 2021 - 2029
Figure 82: Military UAV - Hand Launched [US$ Bn] - 2021 - 2029
Figure 83: Military UAV - Hand-Launched - TOTAL [US$ Bn] - 2021 - 2029
Figure 84: Military UAV - Vertical Take Off [US$ Bn] - 2021 - 2029
Figure 85: Military UAV - Vertical Take Off - TOTAL [US$ Bn] - 2021 - 2029
Figure 86: Military UAV by Application [US$ Bn] - 2021 - 2029
Figure 87: Military UAV by Application - TOTAL [US$ Bn] - 2021 - 2029
Figure 88: Military UAV - Intelligence, Surveillance, Reconnaissance [US$ Bn] - 2021 - 2029
Figure 89: Military UAV - Intelligence, Surveillance, Reconnaissance - TOTAL [US$ Bn] - 2021 - 2029
Figure 90: Military UAV - Combat Operations [US$ Bn] - 2021 - 2029
Figure 91: Military UAV - Combat Operations - TOTAL [US$ Bn] - 2021 - 2029
Figure 92: Military UAV by End User [US$ Bn] - 2021 - 2029
Figure 93: Military UAV by End User - TOTAL [US$ Bn] - 2021 - 2029
Figure 94: Military UAV - Army [US$ Bn] - 2021 - 2029
Figure 95: Military UAV - Army - TOTAL [US$ Bn] - 2021 - 2029
Figure 96: Military UAV - Air Force [US$ Bn] - 2021 - 2029
Figure 97: Military UAV - Air Force - TOTAL [US$ Bn] - 2021 - 2029
Figure 98: Military UAV - Navy [US$ Bn] - 2021 - 2029
Figure 99: Military UAV - Navy - TOTAL [US$ Bn] - 2021 - 2029
Figure 100: Event Forecast - Military UAV by Regions [US$ Bn] - 2021 - 2029
Figure 101: Event Forecast - Military UAV by Regions - TOTAL [US$ Bn] - 2021 - 2029
Figure 102: Event Forecast - Military UAV by Technology [US$ Bn] - 2021 - 2029
Figure 103: Event Forecast - Military UAV by Propulsion Type [US$ Bn] - 2021 - 2029
Figure 104: Event Forecast - Military UAV by Max Take Off Weight (Mtow) [US$ Bn] - 2021 - 2029
Figure 105: Event Forecast - Military UAV by Range [US$ Bn] - 2021 - 2029
Figure 106: Event Forecast - Military UAV by Launching Mode [US$ Bn] - 2021 - 2029
Figure 107: Event Forecast - Military UAV by Application [US$ Bn] - 2021 - 2029
Figure 108: Event Forecast - Military UAV by End User [US$ Bn] - 2021 - 2029
Figure 109: Airbus Segment Revenue 2020 (%)
Figure 110: Airbus Revenue 2016-2020 (US$ billions)
Figure 111: Airbus Profit: 2016 - 2020 (US$ billions)
Figure 112: Airbus - Financial Information 2016-2020 (US$ billions)
Figure 113: Airbus European MALE RPAS
Figure 114: Harfang UAS
Figure 115: Tracker 120 UAV
Figure 116: BAE Segment Revenue in 2020 (%)
Figure 117: BAE Total Revenue: 2016 - 2020 (US$ billion)
Figure 118: BAE Profit: 2016 - 2020 (US$ billion)
Figure 119: BAE Systems - Financial Information 2016 - 2020 (US$ billion)
Figure 120: PHASA-35 HAPS
Figure 121: Boeing Segment Revenue in 2020 (%)
Figure 122: Boeing - Total Revenue 2016-2020 (US$ billion)
Figure 123: Boeing: Profit - 2016-2020 (US$ billion)
Figure 124: The Boeing Company Financial Information 2016-2020 (US$ billion)
Figure 125: Boeing ScanEagle
Figure 126: Boeing Integrator
Figure 127: S-100 Camcopter
Figure 128: IAI Segment Revenue 2020 (%)
Figure 129: IAI - Total Revenue 2016-2020 (US$ billion)
Figure 130: IAI- Profit 2016-2020 (US$ billion)
Figure 131: IAI - Financial Information 2015-2019 (US$ billions)
Figure 132: HERON Medium Altitude Long Endurance UAV
Figure 133: Searcher MK - III
Figure 134: Hovermast-100
Figure 135: Leonardo Segment Revenue 2020 (%)
Figure 136: Leonardo - Total Revenue 2016 - 2020 (US$ billion)
Figure 137: Leonardo - Profit 2016 - 2020 (US$ billion)
Figure 138: Leonardo Financial Information 2016 - 2020 (US$ billion)
Figure 139: nEUROn UCAV
Figure 140: Lockheed Martin Segment Revenue 2020 (%)
Figure 141: Lockheed Martin - Total Revenues 2016 - 2020 (US$ billion)
Figure 142: Lockheed Martin - Profits 2016 - 2020 (US$ billion)
Figure 143: Lockheed Martin: Financial Information 2016 - 2020 (US$ billions)
Figure 144: Desert Hawk III
Figure 145: Indago Quadrotor UAS
Figure 146: Northrop Grumman Segment Revenue 2020 (%)
Figure 147: Northrop Grumman - Total Revenue 2016 - 2020 (US$ billion)
Figure 148: Northrop Grumman - Profit 2016 - 2020 (US$ billion)
Figure 149: Northrop Grumman Financial Information 2016 - 2020 (US$ billion)
Figure 150: RQ-4 Block 20 Global Hawk
Figure 151: MQ - 8C Fire Scout UAS
Figure 152: Raytheon Segment Revenue in 2020 (%)
Figure 153: Raytheon Total Revenue 2016-2020 (US$ billion)
Figure 154: Raytheon Profit 2016-2020 (US$ billion)
Figure 155: Raytheon Financial Information 2016-2020 (US$ billion)
Figure 156: Raytheon HELWS
Figure 157: Raytheon Coyote
Figure 158: Safran Net Profit by Segment in 2020 (%)
Figure 159: Safran - Total Revenue 2016-2020 (US$ billion)
Figure 160: Safran - Profit - 2016-2020 (US$ billion)
Figure 161: Safran Financial Information 2016-2020 (US$ billion)
Figure 162: Patroller Tactical UAV
Figure 163: Thales - Sales by Business Segments in 2020 (%)
Figure 164: THALES - Total Revenue- 2016-2020 (US$ billion)
Figure 165: THALES - Profit - 2016-2020 (US$ billion)
Figure 166: THALES Financial Information 2016-2020 (US$ billion)
Figure 167: THALES Watchkeeper UAV
Figure 168: Inspire 2 UAV
Figure 169: MAVIC 2 Enterprise
Figure 170: Phantom 4 Pro
Figure 171: APID One
Figure 172: Predator C
Figure 173: ANAFI Extended 4K HDR Camera
Figure 174: Parrot Bebop 2 Power
Figure 175: Hexacopter H520
Figure 176: Mantis Q
Figure 177: EVO
Figure 178: SkyRanger R70
Figure 179: Elios
Figure 180: Black Hornet PRS
Figure 181: Revenue Split

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