Drone Data Service Market - Global Industry Analysis, Size, Share, Growth, Trends, and Forecast 2017 - 2025
Albany, NY -- (SBWIRE) -- 04/13/2018 -- The drone data service provides significant amount of aerial data to various companies thereby enhancing capabilities within their business processes. Drone data service could analyze the obtained the data collected by drone to improve predictive/preventive maintenance and operational intelligence of the company. In this service it collects information which includes a drone or unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) combined with cloud based data processing system that can provide a wide range of aerial data to help with tasks such as inspection, observation, surveying and measurement. Amount of data generated by drones is useful in every sector that includes surveillance data from military drones of remote lands. By gathering useful data, service providers could able to process the data and convert it into usable information
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This market is anticipated to grow due to its prominently increasing applications in various businesses and growing usage of information acquired by drones in operational and big data analytics. Drone data service providers are offering innovative opportunities for various industries such as agriculture, construction, energy, transportation and insurance to enhance the predictive capabilities. These capabilities offer significant advantages such as risk mitigation, quality improvement and cost reduction, thereby providing a competitive advantage for the companies. Furthermore, drone data service requires less manpower, since drone technology makes it possible to perform tasks with smaller teams.
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The factors restraining the growth of the market are higher operational cost and the legal factors. For instance, in the U.S. region drones must be under individual operator's control and they cannot be scheduled to carry out a certain tasks without an operator for liability and safety reasons. Lack of maturity is another restraining factor for the drone data services market as drone technology is still considered in the experimental phase. The concerns around drone technology are political and involving issues of privacy. Maintaining the privacy of people while collecting a