Commercial Drone Market Competitive Intelligence, 2018—Drone Services Providers

The Market is Expected to Steadily Increase its Total Revenue, Even as the Number of Competitors Shrinks Over the Next Few Years

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As the value of commercial drones in a wide variety of industries increases, so will the importance of drone service providers (DSPs). This research focuses on 23 companies considered the top firms providing third-party drone-based data collection and analysis globally. DSPs aim to offer clients solutions to business problems using a combination of drones, certified commercial drone pilots and data capture, processing, and display software. Common commercial uses for DSPs include mapping, surveying, construction monitoring, infrastructure inspections, energy asset inspections, insurance inspections, precision agriculture, and aerial photography/video. Some DSPs offer a wide range of services while others prefer

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Commercial Drone Market Competitive Intelligence, 2018—Drone Services ProvidersExecutive SummaryKey FindingsOverviewPurpose Introduction Drone Services Provider Company ProfilesABJ DronesABJ Drones (continued)Aerodyne GroupAerodyne Group (continued)AirinovAirsightAvitas SystemsCyberhawkDeveron UASFalcon Eye DronesHoneywell UAV Inspection ServiceHUVR DataIndustrial SkyWorksKespryKespry (continued)MeasureMeasure (continued)Measure AustraliaPrecisionHawk/Hazon SolutionsPrecisionHawk/Hazon Solutions (continued)Sky-FuturesSkylark DronesSkySkopesTalon AerolyticsTerra DroneTexo DSIThe Sky GuysTrumbull UnmannedOther Notable CompaniesOther Notable Companies (continued)Drone Services Provider Competitor Heat MapDSP Competitor Heat Map OverviewDSP Competitor Heat MapDSP Competitor Heat Map DiscussionDSP Competitor Heat Map Discussion (continued)Drone Services Provider Market Challenges and TrendsDSP Company ChallengesDSP Market TrendsGrowth OpportunitiesGrowth Opportunity 1—Drone Program DevelopmentGrowth Opportunity 2—Develop Expertise in Industry VerticalsGrowth Opportunity 3—Utilize Autonomy and AIGrowth Opportunity 4—Solve the Problem of ScaleGrowth Opportunity 5—Ensure Secure OperationsStrategic Imperatives for Drone Services ProvidersConclusionsConclusionsConclusions (continued)Legal DisclaimerAppendixList of ExhibitsThe Frost & Sullivan StoryThe Frost & Sullivan StoryValue Proposition—Future of Your Company & CareerGlobal PerspectiveIndustry Convergence360º Research PerspectiveImplementation ExcellenceOur Blue Ocean Strategy




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