Over the past several years, drones have made rapid inroads in various application areas, especially for leisure and professional use. However, over the past few years, drones grew more intrusive as several unscrupulous elements have used unmanned aerial vehicles for malicious ends. Against this backdrop, the demand for anti-drone or counter-drone technology and systems has gathered momentum.
In recent times, such drones has upped security concerns and the risk of public danger, especially when they are found in government buildings, high-security infrastructure, and other critical commercial buildings including airports. As a result, anti-drone technologies have generated interest among administrative and security agencies in developed nations.
Relentless efforts to bring advancement in smart sensor technologies have improved the functionality of anti-drones. In addition, development of technology that are meant for detecting low, slow, and small (LSS) drones is boosting the market. The advent of advanced acoustics technology is case in point.
Governments Commit Large Funds on deploying Anti-Drone Systems in Aerospace and Defense Sectors
According a report by QYResearchReports.com, the global anti-drone is expected to witness myriad avenues. Several trends have been favoring the evolution of the anti-drone market. In the face of rising terrorism activities, expenditure on advanced defense systems in the aerospace and defense systems has soared. Anti-drone technology is an increasingly pivotal role in the security systems. There is a need to develop scalable anti-drone systems and adopt such technologies that make their use versatile in various environmental conditions. However, concerns as to how to reduce collateral damage in the use of anti-drone technology have posed substantial challenge for market players.
Nevertheless, the anti-drone market has hit a sweet spot due to its rising demand in government sectors, notably in the U.K. and the U.S. The demand for anti-drone technology and equipment is fueled by rising internal security threats in these nations in recent years. Furthermore, efforts of governments to modernize surveillance technologies are expected to create new avenues for market players in the near future. Governments in these nations are expected to commit massive funds for developing detection and deterrence systems for drones. This is compounded by rising expenditure on bolstering aerospace infrastructure, especially in emerging nations.
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In the meanwhile, developing countries are expected to witness promising demand for anti-drone technologies. This is attributed to the presence of an increasingly volatile geopolitical conditions, such as Southeast Asian countries. In recent years, anti-drone technologies and systems for countering multiple drone threats has been generating increasing interest among equipment manufacturers and technology players in various parts of the world.
Some of the companies aiming for higher stakes in the anti-drone market are Raytheon Company, Lockheed Martin Corporation, Israel Aerospace Industries, Thales Group, SAAB AB, and The Boeing Company. Most of the companies are domiciled in developed countries, which make these regions increasingly lucrative.