Commercial Drone Market Competitive Intelligence, 2018—Drone-in-a-Box Companies

Commercial Drone Market Competitive Intelligence, 2018—Drone-in-a-Box Companies

The Future Commercial Drone Ecosystem Will be Driven by Autonomous Drones that Launch and Recover from Stand-Alone and Networked Base Stations, but Only the Best Products Will Survive in an Increasingly Crowded Market

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13-Mar-2018
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North America
Research Code: 9AB0-00-52-00-00
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Description

As the use of commercial drones grows, there will be an increase in the desire for autonomous operations. This is due to the fact that commercial drones are often used to accomplish dull, dangerous, dirty, or different missions rather than subject humans to these types of activities. As drone use rises, so will the requirement to control as many as possible without human intervention, because the human cost is the highest. Sensor, communications, hardware, and software technologies have advanced to the point that innovative companies can offer semi- or fully autonomous vehicles that can be automatically launched and recovered to base stations or enclosures. These solutions are often referred to as “drone-in-a-box” because structures are required to recharge, protect, or recharge and protect drones between mission legs or between different missions. This research service lists the competitors in the drone-in-a-box market and evaluates their current businesses.

Research Scope

This research service includes information about drone-in-a-box manufacturers, their product or products, and product capabilities. Product information is presented in tables as well as text.

Competitive information includes:

  • A short history of the drone-in-a-box market
  • A short discussion of the drone-in-a-box market landscape
  • Existing company partnerships
  • Known product deployments
  • Significant venture capital investments
  • A list of growth opportunities describing where competitors should be focusing their attention to achieve or maintain growth

Key Issues Addressed

  • Which companies are manufacturing drone-in-a-box solutions?
  • Which products utilize proprietary drones and which are drone agnostic?
  • Which products utilize drone enclosures and which are just recharging pads?
  • Does the solution recharge drone batteries or does it swap drone batteries?
  • Are drone batteries charged by contact or by induction?

Key Conclusion

This research service also provides a heat map assessment to determine which companies are best positioned to be the top market competitors. A set of conclusions is also provided.

Table of Contents

Key Findings

Purpose

Introduction

Introduction (continued)

Drone-in-a-Box Concept

Company 1

Company 2

Company 3

Company 4

Company 5

Company 6

Company 7

Company 8

Company 9

Company 10

Company 11

Company 12

Company 13

Company 14

Company 15

Company 16

Company 17

Company 18

Company 19

Company 20

Company 21

Company 22

Company 23

Company 24

Company 25

Company 26

Company 27

Other Related Companies

Other Related Companies (continued)

Drone-in-a-Box Competitor Heat Map Overview

Drone-in-a-Box Competitor Heat Map

Drone-in-a-Box Competitor Heat Map Discussion

Drone-in-a-Box Company Challenges

Drone-in-a-Box Market Trends

Growth Opportunity 1—Subscription Services

Growth Opportunity 2—Industry Partnerships

Growth Opportunity 3—Technology Partnerships

Growth Opportunity 4—Developing Certified/Airworthy Aircraft

Strategic Imperatives for Drone-in-a-Box Companies

Conclusions

Legal Disclaimer

List of Exhibits

List of Exhibits (continued)

List of Exhibits (continued)

The Frost & Sullivan Story

Value Proposition—Future of Your Company & Career

Global Perspective

Industry Convergence

360º Research Perspective

Implementation Excellence

Our Blue Ocean Strategy

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As the use of commercial drones grows, there will be an increase in the desire for autonomous operations. This is due to the fact that commercial drones are often used to accomplish dull, dangerous, dirty, or different missions rather than subject humans to these types of activities. As drone use rises, so will the requirement to control as many as possible without human intervention, because the human cost is the highest. Sensor, communications, hardware, and software technologies have advanced to the point that innovative companies can offer semi- or fully autonomous vehicles that can be automatically launched and recovered to base stations or enclosures. These solutions are often referred to as “drone-in-a-box” because structures are required to recharge, protect, or recharge and protect drones between mission legs or between different missions. This research service lists the competitors in the drone-in-a-box market and evaluates their current businesses.--BEGIN PROMO--

Research Scope

This research service includes information about drone-in-a-box manufacturers, their product or products, and product capabilities. Product information is presented in tables as well as text.

Competitive information includes:

  • A short history of the drone-in-a-box market
  • A short discussion of the drone-in-a-box market landscape
  • Existing company partnerships
  • Known product deployments
  • Significant venture capital investments
  • A list of growth opportunities describing where competitors should be focusing their attention to achieve or maintain growth

Key Issues Addressed

  • Which companies are manufacturing drone-in-a-box solutions?
  • Which products utilize proprietary drones and which are drone agnostic?
  • Which products utilize drone enclosures and which are just recharging pads?
  • Does the solution recharge drone batteri
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Author Michael Blades
Industries Aerospace, Defence and Security
WIP Number 9AB0-00-52-00-00
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GPS Codes 9000-A1,9831-A1,9B07-C1