IDTechExの新しい調査レポートではドローンの可能性の大きさについて明らかにします

IDTechExの新しい調査レポートではドローンの可能性の大きさについて明らかにします

IDTechExの新しい調査レポートではドローンの可能性の大きさについて明らかにします
趣味レベルのドローンに投資して痛い目にあい、手を引こうとする投資家が続出しているのが現状ですが、IDTechExは冷静な皆様のためにドローンの可能性の大きさについてより広い視野から市場の全体像を明らかにします。IDTechExの新しい市場調査レポート 「電動無人飛行機(UAV)ドローンElectric UAV Drones: 自立型, エナジーインディペンデント 2017年-2027年」, Electric UAV Drones: Autonomous, Energy Independent 2017-2027 ではますます増える自律型電動無人飛行機(UAV)トレンドについて説明していきます。このレポートは次の項目もカバーします。
 
• ステルス
• 長寿命化
• 信頼性の向上
• 用途の多様化
• 使用素材の種類を絞り込み、各素材の質を向上
• 過酷な環境での運用にも耐える機種の登場
• 小型化と騒音の低減を実現
• 飛行時間と航続距離の延長、積載重量の向上
 
ナビゲーション、タスク、動力の自律性は収束してきました。これらの要因は互いに影響し合っています。ドローンは改善が必要な問題、即ち人間が立ち入れない場所での飛行、危険なコースの飛行、単調な飛行、低速飛行、目的地が不明確な飛行などにも人間が直接関与しなければならないという問題点を克服しつつあります。またドローンは現時点では不可能なタスクを将来こなすようになる可能性を秘めています。IDTechExは趣味目的のUAVの値崩れを予測していましたが、同時に特定目的のハードウェアやソフトウェア、サービス業などへの応用についてUAVには大きな可能性があることも確信しておりこれについて詳しくご説明します。
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Drones of all sizes are receiving billions of dollars of investment, notably directed towards military small ones that will swarm and large ones doing surveillance and communications from the upper atmosphere. Facebook has something similar that will deliver the internet. Multi-billion dollar markets in hardware and services are emerging. Electric UAV Drones: Autonomous, Energy Independent 2017-2027 is an exciting read because it contains so much that is rarely or never reported elsewhere. For example TwingTec autonomous tethered drones generate 100kW of electricity and several others hover for weeks doing surveillance thanks to a power cable down to ground.
 
The report finds that swarming theory and endowment of curiosity will transform security and other applications. For instance small drones will investigate intrusions into secure areas such as ports and collaborate to investigate and control the situation. Virtually all civilian drones are electric but the minority of military ones that are electric is increasing now swarming drones are being launched from aircraft and other options investigated.
 
It is the only report encompassing all of this, based on new research worldwide carried out by multilingual PhD level analysts. For those wanting even more on specifics, there are related reports on robotics, electric vehicles, agribots and so on and all IDTechEx reports have 30 minutes of free consultancy attached.
 
The report presents densely packed but easily understood Powerpoint infograms, forecasts and roadmaps involving over 400 players with the most significant work identified using a profusion of images. There is an executive summary with the technology and evolving uses crisply explained followed by comparison of players, market forecasts and roadmaps. The market forecasts are for six drone categories and encompass numbers, prices and market values. Forecasts by others are presented for comparison.
 
The introduction chapter looks at definitions and briefly introduces key aspects that are more fully analysed in the subsequent chapters on applications, possibilities and next technologies. Electric UAV Drones: Autonomous, Energy Independent 2017-2027 does not have the madcap enthusiasm that mars so many other publications. It records the collapse of the toy market, Alphabet (Google) abandoning its Titan upper atmosphere solar drone, the $517 billion Northrop Grumman solar powered, autonomous surveillance airship being cancelled and the commoditisation of simple drones for photography. IDTechEx then forecasts disillusion setting in with postal delivery by drone in dense urban environments, giving reasons. On the other hand the report reveals many gaps in the markets that are opening up including several technologies and applications not reported in any other drone publications.
 
Because IDTechEx has carried out deep research on allied subjects such as autonomous, energy independent and electric vehicles in general and new sensor technology, this report benchmarks relevant things going on outside the drone business. It avoids the tunnel vision of other commentators. Learn where there are better alternatives for some drone applications but huge opportunities for others soon to be trialled, such as autonomous, helium-filled aerofoils carrying heavy freight across continents and postal drones demonstrated in remote areas that avoid most of the problems by dropping parcels not landing. How will we get the necessary ultra-efficient powertrains? What is the route to new regeneration creating on-board electricity instead of wasted heat and movement? How do we make viable the new forms of energy harvesting of ambient energy such as sun and wind? It is all here. The report ends with examples of insightful interviews recently carried out across the world.