Middle East Military Unmanned Aerial Vehicle Growth Opportunities, 2024 2027

Middle East Military Unmanned Aerial Vehicle Growth Opportunities, 2024 2027

Accelerating Demand Will Transform the Region s Defense Space

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07-May-2024
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South Asia, Middle East & North Africa
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This analysis examines the military unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) industry in the Middle East in light of the rapid evolution of drone technology and the dynamic nature of modern warfare. As UAV proliferation intensifies among GCC members and prime regional adversary Iran, budget allocations continue to increase.

Efforts to localize UAV manufacturing will continue in a way that could reshape the regional competitive landscape, threatening to challenge the US and Israeli hegemony.

UAV technology is becoming more pervasive, ranging from mini and micro tactical aerial solutions for asymmetric urban warfare and infantry corps aerial support to strategic MALE and HALE platforms for long-range and high-altitude missions. Traditional defense companies, along with emerging UAV vendors from Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, Turkey, and Israel are expected to win large contracts in the Middle East to develop, test, and manufacture multimission UAV systems, including commercial-oriented technologies that address specific operational needs.
This analysis identifies industry trends and includes a broad discussion of the factors driving and restraining growth in this space. It also provides an overview of the competitive landscape, main domain programs, leading contracts in the region, and growth opportunities.

Table of Contents

Why is it Increasingly Difficult to Grow?

The Strategic Imperative 8™

The Impact of the Top Three Strategic Imperatives on the Middle East Military UAV Industry

Purpose and Overview

Military UAV Industry Segmentation

Key Competitors

Growth Drivers

Growth Restraints

Evolving Concept of Operations

Middle East Military UAV Projection

Leading Middle East Military UAV Platforms by Category

Saudi Arabia (KSA)

United Arab Emirates (UAE)

Qatar

Israel

Leading Regional Military UAV Contracts

Leading Regional Partnerships

Growth Opportunity 1—Growing Demand for Military TUAVs Over Traditional Strategic Platforms

Growth Opportunity 1—Growing Demand for Military TUAVs Over Traditional Strategic Platforms (continued)

Growth Opportunity 2—Maritime (Ship) Military UAVs

Growth Opportunity 2—Maritime (Ship) Military UAVs (continued)

Growth Opportunity 3—Saudi-Israeli Normalization to Affect the Competitive Landscape

Growth Opportunity 3—Saudi-Israeli Normalization to Affect the Competitive Landscape (continued)

NATO Military UAV Classification

Partial List of Abbreviations

Best Practices Recognition

Frost Radar

Benefits and Impacts of Growth Opportunities

Next Steps

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This analysis examines the military unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) industry in the Middle East in light of the rapid evolution of drone technology and the dynamic nature of modern warfare. As UAV proliferation intensifies among GCC members and prime regional adversary Iran, budget allocations continue to increase. Efforts to localize UAV manufacturing will continue in a way that could reshape the regional competitive landscape, threatening to challenge the US and Israeli hegemony. UAV technology is becoming more pervasive, ranging from mini and micro tactical aerial solutions for asymmetric urban warfare and infantry corps aerial support to strategic MALE and HALE platforms for long-range and high-altitude missions. Traditional defense companies, along with emerging UAV vendors from Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, Turkey, and Israel are expected to win large contracts in the Middle East to develop, test, and manufacture multimission UAV systems, including commercial-oriented technologies that address specific operational needs. This analysis identifies industry trends and includes a broad discussion of the factors driving and restraining growth in this space. It also provides an overview of the competitive landscape, main domain programs, leading contracts in the region, and growth opportunities.
More Information
Deliverable Type Market Research
Author John Hernandez
Industries Aerospace, Defence and Security
No Index No
Is Prebook No
Podcast No
WIP Number PFJ7-01-00-00-00