Commercial Drone Market Competitive Intelligence—Computer Vision Companies, 2018

Drones Will Need Proven Computer Vision Technologies for Autonomous Flight, Navigation, and Object Recognition/Classification

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Drones will increasingly rely on computer vision (CV) technologies that allow machines to see and process data like the human eye, to enable capabilities like autonomous navigation and real-time object identification, classification, and evaluation.This research study focuses on 17 companies competing to develop CV-focused technologies to enable advanced drone operations and processing of images. The effort requires the development of advanced algorithms and training models by humans to enable machines to make decisions on their own. Companies within the commercial drone ecosystem that provide CV-focused hardware (drones), CV-focused software, or both to customers are highlighted and evaluated within. Firms tha

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Commercial Drone Market Competitive Intelligence—Computer Vision Companies, 2018Executive SummaryKey FindingsOverviewPurpose Purpose (continued) Introduction Introduction (continued)Introduction (continued) Computer Vision Company ProfilesCompany 1—AerialtronicsCompany 2—ArdennaCompany 2—Ardenna (continued)Company 3—Area17Company 4—Cheetah AirCompany 5—CloboticsCompany 6—Compound EyeCompany 7—DaedaleanCompany 8—Infinium RoboticsCompany 9—Intelligent Flying Machines (IFM)Company 10—Iris AutomationCompany 11—LuftronixCompany 12—Near Earth AutonomyCompany 13—Perceptual RoboticsCompany 14—PINC SolutionsCompany 15—PrenavCompany 16—SkydioCompany 17—SkymaticsOther Notable CompaniesOther Notable Companies (continued)Computer Vision Competitor Heat MapComputer Vision Competitor Heat Map—OverviewComputer Vision Competitor Heat MapComputer Vision Competitor Heat Map (continued)Computer Vision Competitor Heat Map—DiscussionComputer Vision Market Challenges and TrendsComputer Vision For Drones—ChallengesComputer Vision for Drones—Market TrendsGrowth OpportunitiesGrowth Opportunity 1—Industry PartnershipsGrowth Opportunity 2—Technology PartnershipsGrowth Opportunity 3—Interior Asset Tracking and InspectionsStrategic Imperatives for Companies that Develop Computer Vision for DronesConclusionsConclusionsLegal 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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