Military Surveillance Drone Market Analysis and Forecast to 2023 by Recent Trends, Developments in Manufacturing Technology and Regional Growth Overview

Military drones are combat drone or unmanned combat aerial vehicle or UCAV that generally carries aircraft munitions such as missiles, grenades and is used for drone strikes. These aircrafts usually dont have on board human pilot. Military surveillance drones are under all-time human control, with varying levels of autonomy and are widely used in drone strikes. Several countries manufactures and possess UAV, but amongst these only the U.S, Israel, China, Iran, India, Russia, Italy, Pakistan and Turkey are presently

According to a new report published by Reports Monitor titled, “Global Military Surveillance drones Market” the global military surveillance market was valued at XX million in 2018, and is projected to reach at XX million by 2025, growing at a CAGR of XX% from 2018 to 2025. 

Military drones are combat drone or unmanned combat aerial vehicle or UCAV that generally carries aircraft munitions such as missiles, grenades and is used for drone strikes. These aircrafts usually don’t have on board human pilot. Military surveillance drones are under all-time human control, with varying levels of autonomy and are widely used in drone strikes. Several countries manufactures and possess UAV, but amongst these only the U.S, Israel, China, Iran, India, Russia, Italy, Pakistan and Turkey are presently known to have manufactured operational UCAV. 

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The Military Surveillance drones Market adoption for border patrolling applications is increasing owing to their potential to efficiently monitor borders without any serious collateral damages and assuring the safety of the border security personnel. The rising internal and external threats are promoting the government for the adoption of drone technology for intelligence information related to the performance on the battlefield, accessing battle damages and performing high-level security and surveillance activities. Moreover, the increasing application of UAVs for administrative and monitoring purpose along with emergency response services that may include disaster management also drives the market growth.

However, the security and safety issues associated with the use of drones and stiff government regulations and norms across the various nations could hinder the market growth.

In September 2017, the U.S. Customs and Border Protection Agency began testing small drones for border surveillance in operational sectors in Arizona, Texas, and Vermont. The drones were evaluated for their capabilities for intelligence, reconnaissance, surveillance, tracking, and acquisition in regions that are at a high risk for ground personnel and manned aircraft. 

In November 2017, the Indian Army to maintain a strict vigil at the China and Pakistan border accepted tender inquiries for acquiring 600 mini UAVs. Owing to constant infiltration bids at the Pakistan border, UAVs will be procured for the infantry battalions of the Indian Army.

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The global military surveillance drone market is bifurcated on the basis of product such as fixed wing drone, rotary blade drone and hybrid drone. Furthermore, it is classified on the basis of its application in defense and government. Defense includes combat operation, intelligence and surveillance, battle damage management, border management. Government include police operation and investigation, traffic monitoring, and others.

On regional basis the market is segregated in North America including U.S and Canada. North America has the dominance in the market owing to the wide adoption of drones in U.S. for the defense and civil applications. Europe holds the significant share with countries like Germany, U.K, France, Italy, and Spain. The APAC market is expected to grow with the rising awareness of military surveillance and technical advancements in countries like India, China, and Japan. LAMEA held least market but may grow owing to the developments in countries like Mexico, Argentina and UAE. 

In September 2017, the U.S. Customs and Border Protection Agency began testing small drones for border surveillance in operational sectors in Arizona, Texas, and Vermont. The drones were evaluated for their capabilities for intelligence, reconnaissance, surveillance, tracking, and acquisition in regions that are at a high risk for ground personnel and manned aircraft. In November 2017, the Indian Army to maintain a strict vigil at the China and Pakistan border accepted tender inquiries for acquiring 600 mini UAVs. Due to consistent infiltration bids at the Pakistan border, UAVs will be procured for the infantry battalions of the Indian Army.

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