Enterprise Drone Management Solutions Market Growth and Forecast 2016-2026

Business enterprises of the present day are rapidly embracing the concept of drones as the most versatile tools, which can carry out a broad array of tasks. The businesses world over engaged in the various fields are anticipating the growing need to manage their operations such as product deliveries, warehouse management, stocking, transportation, distribution etc. in a much efficient manner. To speed up and automate the process, investing in drone fleets and drone management platforms seems to be a great approach!

Top tech titans are investing in millions to build high-tech drone management platforms to manage and control each task executed by a drone, specifically in the commercial sector. Such platforms are designed to provide tools that can logically build complex drone applications and manage these applications as well as drones in real-time. With these platforms, multiple drones that operate in the air or even on water and land can be capably managed. The cloud-based technology enables drone platforms to even communicate with the cloud in order to execute workloads efficiently.

Enterprise Drone Management solution Market: Drivers and Restraint

According to studies, the emerging global market for business services using drones is valued at over $127 bn. Global Commercial Drone Market is projected to grow at a CAGR of over 27% during 2016-2021. In 2015, North America and Europe cumulatively accounted for a market share of more than 60% in the global commercial drone market.

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Growth in the commercial drone market is largely dependent on policy and regulatory framework in various major developing and developed countries across the globe. Over the next decade, rapidly evolving drone technology is expected to transform the conventional way of doing business in various sectors. Evolving regulatory policy framework, increasing commercial applications of drones...