세계의 무인 헬리콥터 시장 규모, 점유율, 성장 분석 : 제품 유형별, 용도별, 업계별 - 업계 예측(2022-2028년)
Global Unmanned Helicopter Market Size, Share, Growth Analysis, By Product Type(Small, Medium), By Application(Military, ISR), By Industry(Planning, Inspection) - Industry Forecast 2022-2028
세계의 무인 헬리콥터 시장 규모는 2022년 60억 8,700만 달러에서 2030년까지 168억 7,973만 달러에 달하며, 예측 기간(2023-2030년)에 CAGR로 12%의 성장이 예측됩니다. 현재의 팬데믹 이슈가 의료, 개인보호장비(PPE), 건강 키트의 배포를 지원하는 무인 시스템의 사용을 증가시키며 시장의 확대를 촉진하고 있습니다.
세계의 무인 헬리콥터 시장에 대해 조사분석했으며, 시장 역학과 전망, 부문 분석, 기업 개요 등을 제공하고 있습니다.
Unmanned Helicopter Market size was valued at USD 5434.82 million in 2021 and is poised to grow from USD 6087 million in 2022 to USD 16879.73 million by 2030, growing at a CAGR of 12% in the forecast period (2023-2030).
An unmanned helicopter doesn't have a pilot, a crew, or any other human occupants. These can deliver a variety of payloads, are weather-resistant, and can give agencies access to real-time information. They can carry out activities even in remote locations because to their network of satellite communications. Major competitors typically make large investments in R&D for new advancements to get a competitive edge in the unmanned helicopter business. An unmanned helicopter (UAV) comes with a controller that is located on the ground and a communications system. Just like with a remote-control aircraft, an unmanned helicopter can be flown by a human operator using a remote. Governments have increased their defence budget to counteract the escalating inter-country instability. The first goals for the development of unmanned helicopters were military missions and the delivery of lethal or nonlethal cargo. Developed and developing economies are putting increasingly advanced unmanned helicopter defensive systems into place to confront the escalating regional instability.
The present pandemic issue is increasing the use of unmanned systems to support the distribution of medical, personal protective equipment (PPE), and health kits, which is propelling market expansion. The start of the pandemic has also affected governments' choices to carry out several deals with different companies to buy unmanned helicopters for monitoring. Due to the epidemic's substantial economic losses brought on by job losses, government revenues were quickly affected. This caused the defence budget to be drastically cut, which had a detrimental impact on the unmanned helicopter market globally.
Top-down and bottom-up approaches were used to estimate and validate the size of global Unmanned Helicopter Market and to estimate the size of various other dependent submarkets. The research methodology used to estimate the market size includes the following details: The key players in the market were identified through secondary research, and their market shares in the respective regions were determined through primary and secondary research. This entire procedure includes the study of the annual and financial reports of the top market players and extensive interviews for key insights from industry leaders such as CEOs, VPs, directors, and marketing executives. All percentage shares split, and breakdowns were determined by using secondary sources and verified through Primary sources. All possible parameters that affect the markets covered in this research study have been accounted for, viewed in extensive detail, verified through primary research, and analysed to get the final quantitative and qualitative data.
Segments covered in this report
Global Unmanned Helicopter Market is segmented based on Product, Application, and Region. Based on Product the market is further sub segmented into Small and Medium, Based on Application the market is segregated into Military (ISR, Combat, Search & Rescue, Transportation, Naval Support, and Border Support), Government agency (Planning, Inspection, Surveying, Public Safety, and Search & Rescue), and industrial (planning, surveying, and inspection. Based on Region the market is further sub segmented into North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific (APAC), Middle East and Africa (MEA) and South America.
Helicopters can be used to position contemporary sensors quasi-statically in 3D space. Unmanned rotorcraft can manoeuvre and fly at any low speed, which allows them to maintain accurate control and operation even in windy conditions. For infrastructure inspection, photogrammetric survey, and forest monitoring, the use of unmanned technologies is growing. These applications are based on remote sensing activities run by remote operators situated on the ground. The automated transportation between a vendor and a destination and back utilising pre-planned routes was successfully achieved by the UVH-170 cargo delivery unmanned helicopter in April 2020.
The desire to modernise conventional military gear, the changing character of fighting, and the management of the battlefield are driving the demand for unmanned technologies. To stay up with technological innovation on the battlefield, modernization is necessary, and the industry is anticipated to grow as a result of the increased need for improvements. Many countries place a high priority on modernising their military forces. For instance, in 2021, the US Army spent about USD 718.69 million on combat readiness and modernization. Worldwide, militaries are getting ready to purchase surveillance equipment, air defence systems, unmanned helicopters, battleships, submarines, missiles, and other market-expanding items.
Despite the growing market opportunity, technology businesses identified a number of possible growth-inhibiting obstacles. These include questions of legal obligations, safety, privacy, and usage restrictions. The federal government has established rigid standards and guidelines for unmanned aerial vehicles. The operating, managerial, and delivery teams of an unmanned aerial services provider must abide by these guidelines. Unmanned rotorcraft service and flying operations are subject to government rules that have stringent standards for risk minimization.
A wide frequency range, great integration, high efficiency, and compatibility are required for many military applications to operate in a variety of settings. The design grows more intricate as a result. Unmanned rotorcraft that are light and inexpensive are growing in popularity because of how simple they are to operate, how affordable they are, and how beneficial an extended flight is.
The size and performance of the autonomous rotorcraft are controlled by techniques and underlying theory. Due to limitations in design and development, the military market for small, light unmanned rotorcraft is predicted to have growing difficulties. Even though the device can perform in harsher environments, any equipment malfunction on the battlefield could cause catastrophic damage.
Unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) are increasingly being used in military operations, notably to support intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance. A number of countries are developing unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) to provide real-time combat data and allow access to inaccessible places. The smallest unmanned helicopter or tiny unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV), the PD-100 Black Hornet, was developed by Flir Systems using the most advanced technologies. Because of how little it is, a soldier may carry it in their pocket. The aerodynamically shaped shell of the PD-100 Black Hornet is composed of sturdy plastic and is designed to endure heavy winds. It contains a weighted rotor, a length of 100 mm and 120 mm, a security camera, and weighs 160 grammes.
Maximum flight time for the Black Hornet is 25 minutes at a speed of 10 m/s. It has a steerable electro-optic (EO) camera that captures still images and displays them on a portable device. The camera also offers a zoom option for the good picture quality using ground station control. The second component is an on-board GPS-programmed autopilot system with two operating modes: manual and automated. The operator can control through data link up to around 1000 metres away from the point of control.