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The market of unmanned aerial vehicles / drones in Russia and in the world

November 2016

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November 2016

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November 2016

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In this research J'son & Partners Consulting have analyzed the main development trends of both the world and Russian markets of unmanned aerial vehicles and built a forecast of its development until 2020.

 

 

Beginning of the drone market formation

 

According to the definition endorsed by the ICAO Assembly, "unmanned aerial vehicle (drone) is an aircraft without a pilot... that is flying without the aircraft commander on board and is either remotely controlled from another location from the earth, from the other side of the aircraft, from space, or programmed and fully autonomous".

 

Aviation experts highlight three main types of aircrafts except military rockets that fly without onboard pilots:

  • Controlled remotely;
  • Programmed and operating under the control of navigation systems;
  • Designed with imposed restrictions and flying in a repetitive way.

 

Civilian use of drones was first announced by Amazon; they meant to use it for shipping consumer goods in 2013. Then the market began to develop rapidly, opening new areas for commercial and private use. Besides the manufacturers of unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) a significant interest to the subject is shown by a number of companies dealing with optics and computer vision systems, special software, mapping services and aerial photography, the agricultural sector, a wide range of public services (police, ambulance, fire and other emergency services), insurance and investment companies and others.

 

 

Classification of drones

 

Unmanned aerial vehicles are difficult to classify, as they have very different characteristics. This diversity comes from the abundance of configurations and components of the UAVs. Drone manufacturers are not limited by any standards. As a result, today there are no requirements from the aviation regulators on what UAVs should be equipped with.

 

J'son & Partners Consulting classify drones (UAVs) by the following main characteristics:

  • design / configuration;
  • type of take-off;
  • purpose:
  • technical characteristics;
  • power supply type of the propulsion system;
  • payload;
  • type of the automation system;
  • type of the collision avoidance systems;
  • type of navigation;
  • type of protection against jamming signals;
  • bandwidth of the radio spectrum;
  • onboard data processing;
  • software.

 

 

Main trends on the drone market

 

According to J'son & Partners Consulting, in 2016 the global market for UAVs is estimated at 7.3 billion dollars. It is projected that it will grow to 9.5 billion by 2020. The Russian UAV market in 2016 will amount to 147 million dollars with a potential growth to $224 million by 2020.

 

 

Currently, Russia occupies a small share in sales of drones on the world market, it is about 2%, but the country has a high potential for further growth. It should be noted that in the sales structure of the Russian market the share of civilian UAVs accounted for more than 70% and the major proportion is taken by consumer drones.

 

Analysts from J'son & Partners Consulting noted the following key trends in the market of unmanned aerial vehicles:

 

  • Drones are being actively implemented in segments, which today are serviced by satellites and manned aircrafts, this increases the demand for high-quality aerial photos and video;
  • The boundaries between professional and consumer drones began to shrink, and the average price for all types of such vehicles will reduce;
  • We see a new rapidly growing segment — the market of geographical information services and products in the field of artificial intelligence and specialized sensors will support the development of the UAV industry.

 

 

Priority sectors for the implementation of solutions based on drones

 

In the report J’son & Partners Consulting highlight the following use cases of drones:

  • Agriculture;
  • Emergency services (fire, police, ambulance);
  • Energy and mining;
  • Construction and development;
  • Geodesy (cartography).
  • Insurance;
  • Transportation and shipping;
  • State and municipal services;
  • Media;
  • Environmental organizations;
  • Science and education;
  • Communication;
  • Photo and video shooting;
  • Sports and entertainment.

 

 

However, like any innovative industry, the UAV market has faced the difficulties that it should overcome. J'son & Partners Consulting identify the following barriers for the UAV market development:

  • The lack of clear legislation in terms of use of consumer and commercial drones and the ban on their free use (licensing) in the airspace of Russia;
  • The absence of a modern industrial mass consumer base as well as the absence of any mass business market, which leads to higher expenditures and higher costs for drones in Russia;
  • Unmanned facilities belong to the category of goods, the export of which is prohibited by law in Russia. A similar situation exists in some other countries, where there are customs restrictions on the import or export of such devices.

 

In addition, there is a danger of creating problems for other participants of the air traffic, as well as for vehicles, infrastructure and people on the ground. There are some serious worries on the misuse of drones, for example for invasion of privacy and commercial secrets, or intercepting and gaining the control over a drone by other individuals. To reduce the considered risks there is a requirement of compulsory insurance for commercial UAV in a number of countries. All this hinders the industry development and as a result private venture capital investments in such projects are clearly insufficient.

 

 

Main manufacturers of UAVs in Russia

 

The company J'son & Partners Consulting has analyzed Russian manufacturers of consumer and commercial drones. There is a whole ecosystem around the production of UAVs, including component manufacturers, software developers, integrators, service companies, insurance companies, trading platforms.

 

 

The Russian UAV market specificity is the predominance of producers of military drones and the almost complete lack of consumer and commercial drones. While the majority of manufacturers of military UAVs have in their portfolios either already technically outdated models, or only experienced modern samples, which are shown at exhibitions, but do not get into mass production (for the needs of the state or for export). And despite the considerable budgetary injections from the state, the production of Russian military industrial companies now can not compete with western opponents, for example, with the Israeli drones.

 

We can see a similar pattern in the consumer segment of the UAVs – the whole market is occupied by products of foreign companies, largely Chinese. And despite the fact that over the last 2-3 years there has appeared a number of start-up companies in the country, for example in SKOLKOVO, they are all now at the stage of developing and testing prototypes or, at best, they have first single-piece orders and do not engage in massive sales.

 

The report reflects information about the products of more than forty Russian companies, like:

  • ZALA Aero Group;
  • LLC "Unmanned systems";
  • "Istra Experimental Mechanical Factory";
  • LLC "Aerocon";
  • LLC "Special technology center" and other companies.

 

 

Prospects of the UAV sector development in Russia

 

J'son & Partners Consulting highlight the following key development perspectives for the Russian drone market in the report:

  • use by police of large cities;
  • use by fire service;
  • use in health care;
  • use in cartography.
  • geographical data with high definition;
  • urgent shopping (food, spare parts, batteries, cables, etc.);
  • courier services;
  • aerial photography for the needs of agriculture;
  • monitoring pipelines and power lines;
  • use as the last mile to improve network coverage;
  • airlines joining the market;
  • media;
  • increase of commercial activity of software developers;
  • increase in sales of drones provided with high quality cameras and stabilization systems.

 

According to Json & Partners Consulting, in 2016 the global market for UAVs is estimated at 7.3 billion dollars. It is projected that it will grow to 9.5 billion by 2020. The Russian UAV market will reach $147 million in 2016, with a potential growth up to $224 million by 2020. The use in the commercial sector is just beginning, there are many areas of application and market niches for the successful development of this direction.

 

 

Comments of the market participants on the status and prospects of the market of flying drones:

 

"According to our estimates last year, there are just over 200 companies on the civilian market for drones in Russia, about 60 of them can be considered to be current or future players. A considerable part of them rallied around the working group "AERONET" STI, member of the Association of operators and developers of unmanned aircraft systems. Such unit brings interesting results. Together, we work out a technical policy, define technological priorities and requests for the researchers from the business. We work together on proposals for the development of the regulatory framework – both legal and technical. We see new horizontal relations, cooperation, new market projects with the expansion of the number of participants.

 

Russia in the world is only 2-3% of the global turnover. Our share is even less in the unmanned vehicle business. But the potential of the Russian market of unmanned aircraft systems and services based on them is very good. We have identified the following key areas of the market development: monitoring and remote sensing, precision agriculture, transportation  (cargo, and eventually people), search and rescue.

 

The next steps for the working group "AERONET" STI for next year are several pilot market projects, the initiation of several technology projects, as well as establishment of one test site. And, hopefully, the adoption of several normative acts.

 

One of the challenges for us now is the air traffic control for low-altitude UAVs (the low-altitude layer is up to 150 m, it can be taken by drones, the total airspace starts above 150 m and there all the drones need to fly according to General rules of the state authorities). We estimate that by 2035, there will be not less than 100 thousand units to be in the air simultaneously throughout the territory of the country. This system should become automatic and highly reliable".

 

 

 

"If to talk about the development potential, I do not see significant differences between the Russian and global markets: use cases, technology solutions, leading companies will in general be the same. In addition, I believe that today we are all going through a phase of "technological euphoria": the reality in 5-10 years will be different than the current forecasts. In particular, the delivery drone market will be more modest than claimed (especially in urban conditions), and the use of drones for monitoring/surveillance/protection will in its turn be more diverse and ambitious.

 

 

Moreover, among the technology barriers for the drone industry development I can see only one, and it is also quite global: it is the increase of time of autonomous flight, if necessary, up to an almost non-stop presence in the air. Today it is the key factor that determines the main consumer features of UAVs in most use cases.

 

 

However, the key question of the development of both the Russian and any other national drone market is to regulate the use of UAVs, which should be carried out at the national level. The national regulation will determine the pace of development of domestic UAV markets, and, hence, the pace of development of related technologies, products and services. At this stage we must understand that the formation of any national regulations is a time consuming process, associated with the development and adoption of many normative legal and normative technical acts and the creation and implementation of infrastructure that gives (the state) the ability of risk management in terms of use of UAVs in the total airspace, first of all for traffic management and protection from UAVs. The countries that can solve these problems more efficiently and earlier than others, by amongst the other actions combining the state and business potential, will get advantage not only for the domestic UAV market development, but also in the export of their tested solutions."

 

 

"The market of UAV technologies and services is already global and it will get even more global in the future. Today I do not see any preconditions for the emergence of "national" barriers in this market.

 

In this situation, in my opinion, the Russian companies with the support of development institutions and the state should not "neglect" those technological areas where Russian companies are traditionally strong, instead they should focus on them first of all (as you know, such areas as mass production with a global sales network are not amongst them). First and foremost, they are software (for UAV control systems and various services), technologies and systems of protection of objects from UAVs. It would be ideal if these Russian companies were able to rely on access to the technologies and companies of the Russian defense industry, because the state invests in it huge money, and the state in its turn expects from the defense industry shifting to civilian products in next 3-5 years.

 

 

"Technically, the market for drones in the US appeared only on 29 August 2016, when the FAA resolution about the use of UAVs for commercial purposes came into force. Now the FAA suggests that the number of licensed UAV “pilots” exceeded the number of aircraft pilots. Realtors are one of the first users of UAVs for real estate photography. Then there appeared companies that allow you to create 3D landscape maps with enormous resolution. There were solutions for the construction industry, agriculture and mining industries.

 

 

Everyone is talking about delivery drones, but, in my opinion, the prospects of this direction is overrated. Delivery drones is the most risky direction of this market. Risks include: the need for landing a drone in areas where there is a threat of harm to human health (especially children) and pets; the danger of location loss in highly urbanized areas; the need for safe and strong drone corpus in densely populated areas. Moreover, drones have limited payload capacity and economic efficiency of delivery can be questioned. However, there is a number of ways in which this can be useful, such as the delivery of first aid or medicines. Perhaps last-mile delivery.

 

The demand for drones is still greater than the supply, and everyone understands that automation of UAV tasks is the inevitable future of the market. However, most companies consider this issue too narrowly and only look at the flight automation. Working on the Drone Employee project we believe that the drone must be autonomous even in economical terms, that is, it should enter into contracts with data providers, insurance companies and customers. We believe inevitable the emergence of a new type of small business - autonomous drone bases that will provide services to customers in a particular region. We have built a special software on the Ethereum platform that allows you to create an independent drone base, in which all the UAVs will operate completely autonomously, in accordance with the customer requirements and law."

 

 

 

 

Detailed results of the research presented in the full version of the report:

 

«The market of unmanned aerial vehicles / drones in Russia and in the world»

 

 

 

 

Contents

 

 

 

About the study

 

 

 

1. Classification and segments of UAVs

 

1.1. Definition of UAV

 

1.2. Structure of UAV

 

1.3. Classification of UAV

 

— by design / configuration;

 

— by type of take-off;

 

— by purpose:

 

— by technical characteristics;

 

— by power supply type of the propulsion system;

 

— by payload;

 

— by type of the automation system;

 

— by type of the collision avoidance systems;

 

— by type of navigation;

 

— by type of protection against jamming signals;

 

— by bandwidth of the radio spectrum;

 

— by onboard data processing;

 

— by software.

 

1.4. The UAV market ecosystem

 

 

 

2. Dynamics and trends of the UAV market in the world

 

2.1. Assessment of the global UAV market

 

2.2. Manufacturers of UAVs and popular models

 

2.3. Investments in the UAV market

 

2.4. M&A activity in the UAV market

 

2.5. Partnership in the UAV market

 

2.6. Trends and prospects of the use of drones in various fields

 

2.7. Barriers to the UAV market development

 

2.8. State regulation of the UAV sector

 

 

 

3. The UAV market in Russia

 

3.1. The size and dynamics of the UAV market in Russia

 

3.2. Main manufacturers and brands of UAVs in Russia

 

— Commercial segment

 

         ZALA Aero Group;

 

LLC "Unmanned systems";

 

"Istra Experimental Mechanical Factory";

 

LLC "Aerocon";

 

LLC "Special technology center" and others (totally 30 companies).

 

— Consumer segment

 

3.3. State regulation of the UAV sector in Russia

 

3.4. Barriers to the UAV market development in Russia

 

3.5. Prospects of the UAV sector development in Russia

 

 

 

List of figures

 

Fig. 1. Main elements of the unmanned aerial vehicle

 

Fig. 2. The UAV market value chain

 

Fig. 3. Evaluation of the ecosystem structure of the market for civil UAVs by number of the companies represented in the market

 

Fig. 4. Main manufacturers of unmanned aerial vehicles

 

Fig. 5. Main manufacturers of components and systems for unmanned aerial vehicles

 

Fig. 6. Main developers of software for unmanned aerial vehicles

 

Fig. 7. Main service providers in the field of unmanned aerial vehicles

 

Fig. 8. Main operators of unmanned aerial vehicles

 

Fig. 9. Evaluation of the UAV world market dynamics in sales and in number of drones in 2014-2020

 

Fig. 10. Evaluation of the sales structure on the global UAV market in % of billion dollars, 2016.

 

Fig. 11. Evaluation of the UAV world market structure in 2016, the % of drones

 

Fig. 12. Evaluation of the global market structure by segments up to 2020, % of sales

 

Fig. 13. Evaluation of the global market structure by segments up to 2020, % of the number of UAVs

 

Fig. 14. Evaluation of the structure of consumer drones in the U.S. by type

 

Fig. 15. Evaluation of the US share in the global UAV market in 2016 and 2020

 

Fig. 16. Evaluation of the regional structure of the world market for commercial UAVs in 2013

 

Fig. 17. Evaluation of UAV penetration per 1000 inhabitants in the world and in the United States in 2014-2020

 

Fig. 18. Evaluation of the structure of UAV manufacturers in the world by type, % of companies

 

Fig. 19. Evaluation of thе orientation of the manufacturers by UAV size, % of companies

 

Fig. 20. Evaluation of the orientation of the manufacturers by UAV size, % of companies

 

Fig. 21. Evaluation of the orientation of the manufacturers by UAV type, % of companies

 

Fig. 22. Evaluation of the positions of UAV component manufacturers and service providers in the world by production

 

Fig. 23. Evaluation of the structure of the global market for consumer UAVs in 2016, the % of the total number

 

Fig. 24. Evaluation of the structure of the global market for consumer UAVs in 2016, the % of total the number

 

Fig. 25. Evaluation of the sales volume of the largest manufacturers of consumer drones in the world in 2016, $ mln.

 

Fig. 26. The world’s top 20 consumer UAV companies by number of search queries and references, 3Q2016

 

Fig. 27. The UAV market development in 2010-2016

 

Fig. 28. Rating of consumer drones in the US market in 4Q2015, by number of certifications

 

Fig. 29. DJI Mavic model

 

Fig. 30. DJI Mavic Roadmap Parrot model in the commercial sector

 

Fig. 31. Parrot Disco FPV model

 

Fig. 32. Sensefly Ebee model

 

Fig. 33. 3D Robotics Solo model

 

Fig. 34. GoPro Karma model

 

Fig. 35. Xiaom Mi Drone model

 

Fig. 36. Aerovironment Qube model

 

Fig. 37. Intel Falcon 8+ model

 

Fig. 38. UAV model from the start-up Titan Aerospace

 

Fig. 39. PrecisionHawk model

 

Fig. 40. Flight route of the UAV created by Airware

 

Fig. 41. Ghost model

 

Fig. 42. Dronomy model

 

Fig. 43. Luci Controller

 

Fig. 44. CPU for Arambella drones

 

Fig. 45. Hover Camera model

 

Fig. 46. Hover Camera model

 

Fig. 47. Airbus Zefir S model

 

Fig. 48. Delta Drone model

 

Fig. 49. Skycatch Evolution model

 

Fig. 50. CyPhy PARC model

 

Fig. 51. Pix4D software interface

 

Fig. 52. FLIR Vue™ Pro R camera

 

Fig. 53. Slantrange hyperspectral camera

 

Fig. 54. Investment activity in the UAV market, 2010-2015

 

Fig. 55. Financing of the UAV market by type in 2015, $ mln.

 

Fig. 56. TOP 20 startups received funding at early stages in 2015, $ mln.

 

Fig. 57. Use of Lily Robotics Inc. drone

 

Fig. 58. Hexo+ model

 

Fig. 59. TOP 20 UAV operators on attracted financing in 2012-2016, $ mln.

 

Fig. 60. R&D forecast for UAVs around the world in 2011-2020

 

Fig. 61. M&A activity in the market of civil UAVs in 2011-2015

 

Fig. 62. Partnership in the UAV market

 

Fig. 63. Use of drones in agriculture

 

Fig. 64. Use of drones as emergency assistance (delivery of defibrillators)

 

Fig. 65. Illustration of pipeline monitoring

 

Fig. 66. Illustration of construction monitoring

 

Fig. 67. Illustration of mapping with use of drones

 

Fig. 68. Illustration of cargo delivery with use of drones

 

Fig. 69. Live broadcasting of an accident from a drone

 

Fig. 70. Monitoring of territory in ecological porposes

 

Fig. 71. Evaluation of the structure of the world's demand for commercial UAVs by types of consumers up to 2020.

 

Fig. 72. Study "What do You think about drones?"

 

Fig. 73. Use of protection against drones during the US presidential election in 2016

 

Fig. 74. Example of the consequences of collisions of aircrafts with birds

 

Fig. 75. Example of zoning of the airspace to restrict civilian UAV flights

 

Fig. 76. Evaluation of the dynamics of the Russian market of UAV in sales and in number of drones in 2014-2020

 

Fig. 77. Evaluation of Russia's share in the global market, 2016

 

Fig. 78. The UAV market value chain

 

Fig. 79. Evaluation of the share of Russian-made UAVs in the market of the Russian Federation in 2016 and 2020

 

Fig. 80. Spheres of activity of Russian companies operating in the UAV market of the Russian Federation

 

Fig. 81. Market orientation of Russian manufacturers of UAVs, % of the number of models in the portfolio

 

Fig. 82. Geography of Russian manufacturers of UAVs, % of the number of companies

 

Fig. 83. The portfolio structure of Russian manufacturers by UAV type, % of the number of models

 

Fig. 84. The portfolio structure of Russian manufacturers of commercial UAVs, % of the number of models

 

Fig. 85. Zala Aero Group gliders

 

Fig. 86. Zala Aero Group multicopter

 

Fig. 87. Target loads of Zala Aero Group

 

Fig. 88. ZART 180, 250, 300 aerostats

 

Fig. 89. Supercam X6M2 quadcopter

 

Fig. 90. Supercam X8M quadcopter

 

Fig. 91. Supercam X6 UAV

 

Fig. 92. Supercam S-300M glider

 

Fig. 93. Supercam S350 glider

 

Fig. 94. Supercam S100 glider

 

Fig. 95. Supercam S-250 glider

 

Fig. 96. Photobot glider

 

Fig. 97. Inspector 101 glider

 

Fig. 98. Inspector 301 glider

 

Fig. 99. Inspector 201 glider

 

Fig. 100. Inspector 401 glider

 

Fig. 101. GEOSCAN 101 / Pro / Video /Agro glider

 

Fig. 102. Geoskan-401 / Pro / Video quadcopter

 

Fig. 103. Tipchak glider

 

Fig. 104. Luch glider

 

Fig. 105. Pchela-1 glider

 

Fig. 106. ERA-51 ERA-52, ERA-101, ERA-102, Aero convertiplane

 

Fig. 107. X4 R. A. L., R. A. L. X6, X6T A. R. L. quadrocopter

 

Fig. 108. Filin convertiplane

 

Fig. 109. Helicopter TB-29B

 

Fig. 110. RHV-35 convertiplane

 

Fig. 111. Helicopters Of Russia Multicopter

 

Fig. 112. Vyahir quadcopter

 

Fig. 113. Frigat convertiplane

 

Fig. 114. Orion glider

 

Fig. 115. ASA-2 plane

 

Fig. 116. Voron-300 helicopter

 

Fig. 117. Voron-700 helicopter

 

Fig. 118. NELK-B4, NELK-B6, NELK-B12 multicopters

 

Fig. 119. Delta-M glider

 

Fig. 120. Gamma glider

 

Fig. 121. Aist glider

 

Fig. 122. Luftera LM-1 quadcopter

 

Fig. 123. Luftera LQ-4 multicopters

 

Fig. 124. X4 MIIGAIK quadcopter

 

Fig. 125. X8 MIIGAiK ("Dreadnought") quadcopter

 

Fig. 126. Aerob 4d

 

Fig. 126. Aerob 4d FL

 

Fig. 127. Sova glider

 

Fig. 128. PETREL 2E glider

 

Fig. 129. UAV from Aerobotix

 

Fig. 130. La-252 Aist glider

 

Fig. 131. "Altair" ("Altius-M") glider

 

Fig. 132. Ptero-GO glider

 

Fig. 133. Granad VA-1000 multicopter

 

Fig. 134. Blaskor (МТ6М-03)

 

Fig. 135. First flying Hoversurf

 

Fig. 136. DAN-2 octocopter

 

Fig. 137. Chirok glider

 

Fig. 138. Gryphon-12 glider

 

Fig. 139. Gryphon-41 quadcopter

 

Fig. 140. BS-103 "RIKOR" convertiplane

 

Fig. 141. Irkut-200 glider

 

Fig. 142. Irkut - 1A aerostate

 

Fig. 143. Irkut-3 glider

 

Fig. 144. Irkut-10 glider

 

Fig. 145. Irkut-850 glider

 

Fig. 146. Irkut-2M glider

 

Fig. 147. BLA-05, BLA-07 gliders

 

Fig. 148. Eniks Т10E glider

 

Fig. 149. Eniks Т23E glider

 

Fig. 150. Zond-1 glider

 

Fig. 151. Zond-2 glider

 

Fig. 152. Istra-10 glider

 

Fig. 153. Istra-13 glider

 

Fig. 154. Hummingbird-6 quadcopter

 

Fig. 155. White-1 glider

 

Fig. 156. White-10 White-30 glider

 

Fig. 157. White-3M glider

 

Fig. 158. Helicopters

 

Fig. 159. UAV Gorizont G-Air S-100

 

Fig. 160. Granat-1, Garnet 2, Garnet 3, Garnet-4 Grenades-5, Pomegranate-6, Muha, Tachyon gliders

 

Fig. 161. Major brands of consumer UAVs presented in the Russian market

 

Fig. 162. Evaluation of the structure of the consumer UAV market in Russia by popular brands, % of the number of drones

 

Fig. 163. Rating of the TOP 20 popular consumer UAVs in the Russian market, October 2016. The average retail price in $.

 

Fig. 164. Evaluation of retail prices of popular models of consumer UAVs in Russia by segment, USD. October 2016

 

 

 

List of tables

 

Table. 1. UAV classification by design/configuration

 

Table. 2. UAV classification by type of takeoff

 

Table. 3. UAV classification by purpose – military purposes

 

Table. 4. UAV classification by purpose – civil purposes

 

Table. 5. UAV classification by technical characteristics

 

Table. 6. UAV classification by power supply type of the propulsion system

 

Table. 7. UAV classification by power supply type of the propulsion system

 

Table. 8. UAV classification by payload

 

Table. 9. Estimated future changes in the average prices of UAVs by market segments in 2016-2020

 

Table.10. Assessment of the global market growth till 2020, %

 

Table. 11. TOP 10 Companies in the UAV market which attracted external funding in 2015

 

Table. 12. Regional investments of the UAV market

 

Table. 13. Potential commercial applications of UAVs in the coming years

 

Table. 14. Key features of consumer drones exceeding of which requires certification of the drone

 

Table. 15. Forecast of maximum capacity of the Russian UAV market in 2020, by segments, according to the level of penetration of drones in the United States

 

Table. 16. The portfolio structure of Russian manufacturers by types of manufactured UAVs

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

This information note is prepared by J’son & Partners Consulting, We strive to provide factual and prognostic data that fully reflect the situation and are available to us before issuing the material

 

 

In this research J'son & Partners Consulting have analyzed the main development trends of both the world and Russian markets of unmanned aerial vehicles and built a forecast of its development until 2020.