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Drone Applications Databook 2019 - The Most Comprehensive & Structured Database of Drone Application Projects Currently Available - ResearchAndMarkets.com

February 27, 2019

DUBLIN--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Feb 27, 2019--The “Drone Applications Databook 2019” report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com’s offering.

This Databook provides the most comprehensive and structured database of drone application projects currently available. It is based on a thorough market study together with the ZAL Centre of Applied Aeronautical Research. The analysts conducted primary research over several months and gathered 731 use cases, conducted in over 100 different countries and by over 80 different manufacturers, dated between 2004 and 2018.

The Databook is easily manipulated to support your individual research needs and covers a full range of factors (listed below). The research summary contains a detailed expert synthesis and easy-to-understand graphs in order to show you the prevailing trends for 2019 when it comes to applications of drones in diverse industries (no reference to future trends or market shares included).

This Databook is a vital resource for your:

  • Drone application strategy
  • Business case development
  • Service or product portfolio expansion
  • Market entry strategy
  • Customer or vendor selection
  • Sector scan
  • Competitive analysis
  • Policy formulation

Highlights:

  • Energy and public administration are the industrial sectors using drones the most.
  • A quarter of all drone flights assessed here were for the purpose of inspections.
  • 74% of all flights are performed by multirotor drones.
  • Electro-Optical (EO) sensors are the most popular across all industries and applications methods of drones.
  • 43% of flights are short area missions.

Companies Mentioned

  • 3DR
  • Aeryon Labs
  • Delair-Tech
  • DJI
  • Draganflyer
  • Event 38
  • Flyability
  • Freefly
  • Geoskan
  • Ing Robotic Aviation
  • Intel
  • Microdrones
  • Prodrone
  • SenseFly

Topics Covered

1. Database Overview

1.1 Use Cases by Countries

1.2 Use Cases by Year

1.3 Use Cases by Manufacturer

1.4 Use Cases by UAV Configuration

2. Industrial Sectors

2.1 Use Cases by Industrial Sectors

2.2 Application Methods by Industrial Sector

2.3 UAV Configurations by Industrial Sector

2.4 Sensor Types by Industrial Sector

2.5 Output Data by Industrial Sector

3. Application Methods

3.1 Use Cases by Application Method

3.2 UAV Configurations by Application Method

3.3 Sensor Types by Application Method

3.4 Drone Manufacturers by Application Method

4. Mission Definitions

4.1 Share of Use Cases by Mission Definition

4.2 UAV Configurations by Mission Definition

4.3 Industrial Sectors by Mission Definition

4.4 Mission Definitions by Application Method

4.5 Sensor Types by Mission Definition

4.6 Output Data by Mission Definition

5. Glossary

List of Figures

Figure 1: Overview of all considered Industrial Sectors

Figure 2: Share of Use Cases by Country

Figure 3: Share of Use Cases by Year

Figure 4: Share of Use Cases by Drone Manufacturer

Figure 5: Share of Use Cases by UAV Configuration

Figure 6: Share of Use Cases by Industrial Sector

Figure 7: Application Methods in Arts, Entertainment and Recreation

Figure 8: Application Methods in Agriculture

Figure 9: Application Methods in Construction

Figure 10: Application Methods in Educational Services

Figure 11: Application Methods in Energy

Figure 12: Application Methods in Healthcare and Social Assistance

Figure 13: Application Methods in Information

Figure 14: Application Methods in Insurance

Figure 15: Application Methods in Mining, Quarrying and Gas Extraction

Figure 16: Application Methods in Professional, Scientific and Technical Services

Figure 17: Application Methods in Public Administration

Figure 18: Application Methods in Repair and Maintenance

Figure 19: Application Methods in Real Estate, Rental & Leasing, and Industrial Plants

Figure 20: Application Methods in Safety and Security

Figure 21: Application Methods in Transportation and Warehousing

Figure 22: UAV Configurations by Industrial Sector

Figure 23: Sensor Types by Industrial Sector

Figure 24: Output Data by Industrial Sector

Figure 25: Share of Use Cases by Application Method

Figure 26: UAV Configuration by Application Method

Figure 27: Sensor Types by Application Method

Figure 28: Drone Manufacturers by Application Method

Figure 29: Share of Use Cases by Mission Definition

Figure 30: UAV Configurations by Mission Definition

Figure 31: Point Missions by Industrial Sector

Figure 32: Linear (Short) Missions by Industrial Sector

Figure 33: Linear (Long) Missions by Industrial Sector

Figure 34: Area (Small) Missions by Industrial Sector

Figure 35: Area (Large) Missions by Industrial Sector

Figure 36: Mission Definition by Application Method

Figure 37: Sensor Types by Mission Definition

Figure 38: Output Data by Mission Definition

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