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Indigenous unmanned aerial system (UAS) development and manufacturing capabilities are advancing rapidly worldwide. North America and Europe lead the world in technological capabilities, along with Israel. While those regions will continue to build on the successes of advanced UAS programs, countries in Asia, the Middle East, and South America will provide significant competition for international UAS programs in military and commercial markets. The purpose of this research is to evaluate the current indigenous UAS manufacturing capabilities by global region and estimate the future capabilities for countries that show potential but are not currently leaders in the market.

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Global UAS Indigenous ProgramsExecutive SummaryExecutive SummaryPurposeIndigenization—2014UAS Indigenous Capabilities—2014Supplier Landscape—2014UAS ClassificationSoutheast Asia (SE Asia) and Asia-Pacific (APAC)Regional Snapshot—SE Asia and APAC Exports and PartnershipsRegional Snapshot—Import into SE Asia and APACList of Indigenous Programs*List of Indigenous Programs* (continued)List of Indigenous Programs* (continued)List of Indigenous Programs* (continued)List of Indigenous Programs* (continued)SE Asia and APAC—Trends, Opportunities, and Unmet NeedsIndigenous Capability Assessment—Australia, 2014Indigenous Capability Assessment—Australia, 2024Indigenous Capability Assessment—India, 2014Indigenous Capability Assessment—India, 2024Indigenous Capability Assessment—Pakistan, 2014Indigenous Capability Assessment—Pakistan, 2024Regional Conclusions—SE Asia and APACRest of AsiaRegional Snapshot—Rest of Asia Export and PartnershipsRegional Snapshot—Import and Partnerships in the Rest of AsiaList of Indigenous Programs*List of Indigenous Programs* (continued)List of Indigenous Programs* (continued)List of Indigenous Programs* (continued)List of Indigenous Programs* (continued)List of Indigenous Programs* (continued)List of Indigenous Programs* (continued)List of Indigenous Programs* (continued)List of Indigenous Programs* (continued)Rest of Asia—Trends, Opportunities, and Unmet NeedsIndigenous Capability Assessment—China, 2014Indigenous Capability Assessment—China, 2024Indigenous Capability Assessment—Japan, 2014Indigenous Capability Assessment—Japan, 2024Indigenous Capability Assessment—Russia, 2014Indigenous Capability Assessment—Russia, 2024Indigenous Capability Assessment—South Korea, 2014Indigenous Capability Assessment—South Korea, 2024Regional Conclusions—Rest of AsiaAfricaRegional Snapshot—African Export and PartnershipsRegional Snapshot—Import Into AfricaList of Indigenous Programs*List of Indigenous Programs* (continued)Africa—Trends, Opportunities, and Unmet NeedsIndigenous Capability Assessment—Nigeria, 2014Indigenous Capability Assessment—Nigeria, 2024Indigenous Capability Assessment—South Africa, 2014Indigenous Capability Assessment—South Africa, 2024Regional Conclusions—AfricaMiddle EastRegional Snapshot—Middle East Export and PartnershipsRegional Snapshot—Import into Middle EastList of Indigenous Programs*List of Indigenous Programs* (continued)List of Indigenous Programs* (continued)Middle East—Trends, Opportunities, and Unmet NeedsIndigenous Capability Assessment—Saudi Arabia, 2014Indigenous Capability Assessment—Saudi Arabia, 2024Indigenous Capability Assessment—United Arab Emirates, 2014Indigenous Capability Assessment—United Arab Emirates, 2024Regional Conclusions—Middle EastWestern EuropeRegional Snapshot—Western Europe Export and PartnershipsRegional Snapshot—Import and Partnerships in Western EuropeList of Indigenous Programs*List of Indigenous Programs* (continued)List of Indigenous Programs* (continued)List of Indigenous Programs* (continued)List of Indigenous Programs* (continued)List of Indigenous Programs* (continued)List of Indigenous Programs* (continued)List of Indigenous Programs* (continued)List of Indigenous Programs* (continued)Western Europe—Trends, Opportunities, and Unmet NeedsIndigenous Capability Assessment—Italy, 2014Indigenous Capability Assessment—Italy, 2024Indigenous Capability Assessment—Sweden, 2014Indigenous Capability Assessment—Sweden, 2024Regional Conclusions—Western EuropeEastern EuropeRegional Snapshot—Eastern European Export and PartnershipsRegional Snapshot—Import into Eastern EuropeList of Indigenous Programs*List of Indigenous Programs* (continued)Eastern Europe—Trends, Opportunities, and Unmet NeedsIndigenous Capability Assessment—Poland, 2014Indigenous Capability Assessment—Poland, 2024Indigenous Capability Assessment—Turkey, 2014Indigenous Capability Assessment—Turkey, 2024Regional Conclusions—Eastern EuropeSouth AmericaRegional Snapshot—South American Export and PartnershipsRegional Snapshot—Import into South AmericaList of Indigenous Programs*List of Indigenous Programs* (continued)List of Indigenous Programs* (continued)List of Indigenous Programs* (continued)South America—Trends, Opportunities, and Unmet NeedsIndigenous Capability Assessment—Argentina, 2014Indigenous Capability Assessment—Argentina, 2024Indigenous Capability Assessment—Brazil, 2014Indigenous Capability Assessment—Brazil, 2024Regional Conclusions—South AmericaNorth AmericaRegional Snapshot—North American ExportRegional Snapshot—Import into North AmericaList of Indigenous Programs*List of Indigenous Programs*(continued)North America—Trends, Opportunities, and Unmet NeedsIndigenous Capability Assessment—Canada, 2014Indigenous Capability Assessment—Canada, 2024Indigenous Capability Assessment—Mexico, 2014Indigenous Capability Assessment—Mexico, 2024Regional Conclusions—North AmericaIndigenization—2024UAS Indigenous Capabilities—2024ConclusionsConclusionsLegal DisclaimerThe 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