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Introduction

The Drone World Expo took place on November 15–16 at the San Jose Convention Center. Participants included governmental agencies, aeronautical associations, chipset manufacturers, mounted camera producers, and unmanned aerial vehicle manufacturers.

Highlights

  • Structure leads to rise in UAV component manufacturing, regulation, analytics, and so on.
  • Development of infrastructure sets platform for widespread application of analytics.
  • Players must focus on public acceptance of UAVs before widespread adoption.

Features and Benefits

  • Assesses key announcements made at the Drone World Expo.
  • Evaluates the opportunities for drone chipset and component manufacturers.
  • Identifies opportunities for technological synergy (e.g. drone mounted cameras with computer vision advancements).
  • Analyzes the differences between autonomous and manual drones in terms of systemic accommodation and use cases.
  • Identifies regulatory advancements in the relatively nascent drone sphere.

Key questions answered

  • Which large component manufacturers are hedging their bets on the evolving drone industry?
  • What will be the capabilities of both commercial and consumer drones in the near future?
  • How is the regulatory climate of the drone industry shaping up?

Table of contents

Ovum view

  • Summary
  • Increase in UAV component manufacturing; necessity of minimum UAV insurance; analytics to drive cost cutting
  • Development of infrastructure sets platform for widespread application of analytics
  • Players must focus on public acceptance of UAVs before widespread adoption

Appendix

  • Further reading
  • Author

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