Unmanned Aerial Vehicles Claim New Markets And Business

The use of unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) in border-security missions around the world is expanding rapidly. It will create new markets and new business opportunitiesparticularly for integrated capabilities guided by an operating concept and turnkey packages that include equipment, training, operations, and maintenance. The new research report from Market Intel Group LLC (MiG) titled, "Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs) for Border Security - Global Market & Technologies Outlook - 2010-2015," examines, analyzes, and predicts the evolution of border-security markets and relevant UAV technologies. It also moves beyond market predictions to lay out a clear profit path.

Currently, small nations are discovering UAV technology. Smaller types of UAVs will especially benefit in these new markets, as the established players have less influence. In the report, an operating concept ties the most common border-security technologies into the capabilities demanded by border agents. The report indicates which nations need these UAVs, what relevant foreign aid they receive from the US, and how to approach those governments. Analyses and global forecasts of UAV procurement trends are presented by region as well as UAV type. For more information on the report, visit www.marketintelgroup.com.

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