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The world market of UAVs is growing

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The world market of UAVs is growing

According to global market research, sales of unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) to 2018 have reached 8 billion 351 million USD compared to the forecast year 2013 (7 billion 98 million), annual growth will be 3,30%, June ASNews reports 25.


Currently, the United States is the leader in the development and production of military UAVs. Brazil and Argentina (Latin America), Great Britain, France and Germany (Europe), South Africa (Africa), Israel and the United Arab Emirates (Middle East), India, Australia, Japan and South Korea (Asia-Pacific) are showing great interest in acquiring UAVs. . Russia also leads the program to create a UAV, but its success is limited.

The use of civilian UAVs is also growing, this is more typical for Australia, France, South Africa, Sweden and the USA. It is expected that in connection with the persistent strict regulation of UAV International flights aviation Federation, until 2015 this market will grow more slowly than the military segment. The US and the European Union are reviewing their air legislation to allow civil UAV flights in national airspace, this step can accelerate the growth of this segment.
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  1. experienced
    experienced 27 June 2013 19: 48 New
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    unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) sales reached $ 2018 billion 8 million by 351 compared with the 2013 forecast ($ 7 billion 98 million), with an annual growth of 3,30%, ASDNews reports June 25.

    Bugaga, here with the crisis no one knows what will happen tomorrow, but whether the dollar will exist as a currency, and they make forecasts wassat
    Maybe in 2018 you can buy a can of kvass for $ 8.
    Again, it is strange in all the news that almost all UAV countries make their own, what for then, buy strangers? Cheap and can do it yourself, advanced as a modern fighter are already standing winked
    1. Civil
      Civil 27 June 2013 19: 50 New
      -1
      slowly buy up technology, build your
      1. Personal
        Personal 27 June 2013 19: 58 New
        +4
        Well, nothing and we will soon take off:
    2. Furnace driver
      Furnace driver 27 June 2013 19: 58 New
      +4
      Quote: seasoned
      Maybe in 2018 you can buy a can of kvass for $ 8
      why do you need kvass for dollars to buy? or are you our secret holder of green billions? belay
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  3. Personal
    Personal 27 June 2013 20: 01 New
    +5
    Of course, the scale is still behind the USSR:
  4. Ezhaak
    Ezhaak 27 June 2013 20: 04 New
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    Great interest in the acquisition of drones is shown by Brazil and Argentina (Latin America), Great Britain, France and Germany (Europe), South Africa (Africa), Israel....

    However, if Israel is ready to buy, then not everything is so beautiful in the kingdom of Israel. Not all of them are capable of how they paint it on sites.
    1. Tourist Breakfast
      Tourist Breakfast 27 June 2013 20: 31 New
      +6
      However, if Israel is ready to buy, then not everything is so beautiful in the kingdom of Israel. Not all of them are capable of how they paint it on sites.


      I was also surprised. But there, in the original article, there is simply "interest", which obviously implies its own UAV programs. The list of buyer countries is still much larger.

      http://www.asdnews.com/news-49911/Unmanned_Aerial_Vehicle_(UAV)_Market_worth_511
      _M_By_2018.htm

      Apart from US, the countries which have shown major interest in UAV's are as follows: Brazil and Argentina in Latin America, UK, France and Germany in Europe, South Africa in Africa, Israel and UAE in Middle East, India, Australia, Japan and South Korea in APAC. Russia too has an in-depth UAV program, but their success levels have been limited.


      And so Israel seems to be already and the United States will soon overtake sales of drones.

      Among countries that have benefited significantly from market changes, Jane's experts have highlighted Israel. Researchers believe that in 2013, the Jewish state will bypass the United States in the export of unmanned aerial vehicles. UAV sales alone will approach $ 500 million. Note that other analytical firms now call Israel the largest exporter of UAVs.
      1. atalef
        atalef 27 June 2013 20: 50 New
        +5
        Quote: Tourist Breakfast
        However, if Israel is ready to buy, then not everything is so beautiful in the kingdom of Israel. Not all of them are capable of how they paint it on sites.

        The article is redone, or rather, parts are removed in general reformatted
        Although Israel on the basis of the past
        Israel ranked sixth in the ranking of the world's leading arms exporters in 2012. Israel’s sales in this area, according to IHS Jane's, a reputable British analytical publisher, totaled $ 2,4 billion a year, and didn’t make it to the top 5 of IHS Jane's, analysts say that the Jewish state ranks second in the world in the sale of unmanned aerial vehicles. Ahead of Israel in this indicator are only the United States.
        Company experts also predict that by 2014, Israel will sell twice as many drones than the United States, which at some point will lead the country to first place in the ranking of sales of unmanned aerial vehicles.
    2. Aaron Zawi
      Aaron Zawi 27 June 2013 21: 05 New
      +6
      The domestic UAV market in Israel is very limited. And so the export is quite decent.

      American consulting firm Frost & Sullivan published a review of the global drone market. It says that in 2005-2012, Israel sold 4,8 drones for a billion dollars. In the same time period, America sold drones for 2-3 billion dollars.
      Israel does not publish official statistics on sales of drones. The report is based on an analysis of officially announced contracts.
      Experts say that over the past decade, the demand for drones has increased 4 times - thanks to the success of their use in Afghanistan and Iraq.
      Israeli firms sell drones in xnumx countries. 49% of Israeli-made drones are exported.
      Worldwide, the cost of unmanned technology will increase from 6,6 billion this year to 11,4 billion in 2022.
      While Americans are facing a growing wave of criticism over the use of drones in the war on terror, Israel is constantly expanding the use of drones. According to the military, half of the IDF’s combat flight time falls on drones.
      UAVs proved their need during the last two operations in Gaza, where they were the "eyes" of the army. Palestinians claim that Israeli drones are equipped with missiles and are used for the targeted elimination of terrorists. Israel does not officially confirm this information, although foreign experts have no doubt that technically missiles can be mounted on Israeli drones.
  5. WIN969
    WIN969 27 June 2013 20: 09 New
    +3
    In the meantime, we are designing our strike drone, the Chinese have already copied the Amer X – 47B

    http://www.rosbalt.ru/video/2013/06/27/1145830.html


    It would not be bad to design our Scat

    Scat
    1. Ezhaak
      Ezhaak 27 June 2013 20: 13 New
      +7
      Very often, blind copying of other people's products inhibits the development of their creative thoughts. Do not find?
      1. Personal
        Personal 27 June 2013 21: 10 New
        +6
        There are a lot of projects:
        Irkut-10
        Scat
        Bumblebee
        Kite
        Bee
        Irkut-850
        Inspector-301
        Inspector-201
        Irkut-2M
        T10 Aileron
        Husky
        Fescue
        Calm
        Zala 421-06
        Stork
        Zala 421-16
        Dan Baruk
        Dozor-100
        Zala 421-08
        A-03
        Photobot
        Dozor-85

        Supercam 100
        Supercam 350
        Zala 421-04M
        Inspector-402
        Inspector-601
        Irkut-3
        Dunham
        Istra-10
        Orlan-10
        Istra-12
        Zala 421-21
        Orlan-3M
        Enix E2T
        Enix E08
        Dozor-50
        T-3
        T23 Aileron
        Ka-137
        Inspector-101
        Ka-37
        Irkut-200
        Dozor-600
        1. patsantre
          patsantre 27 June 2013 23: 21 New
          +1
          There would be at least one decent one in service.
        2. Whale
          Whale 28 June 2013 08: 55 New
          -2
          and that where they are popularly in the troops ??????
      2. castle
        castle 27 June 2013 23: 59 New
        -2
        Do you mean the Soviet Tu-4? Or Soviet jet engines BMW 003?, Which were put on the MiG-9? Then these motors in the USSR were copied under the name RD-20.
        1. castle
          castle 28 June 2013 01: 02 New
          0
          The reaction to the minus that I received.
          "Things are bad in that kingdom in which pseudo-patriots have power,
          for them, whoever thinks is the enemy. They only need ddot. "
          The word ddot - "stupid person" in the letter "and"
          Otherwise, they are not allowed into the discussion.
    2. Windbreak
      Windbreak 27 June 2013 23: 46 New
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      Quote: WIN969
      the Chinese have already copied the Amer X – 47B
      You can see that they copied the French Dassault nEUROn


  6. darksoul
    darksoul 27 June 2013 20: 14 New
    +1
    Quote: WIN969
    In the meantime, we are designing our strike drone, the Chinese have already copied the Amer X – 47B


    Yes, Mother Russia has nothing to boast of in this direction so far, but can we copy from the Chinese what they copied from the Americans? ..... although we are not Chinese, we have never looked for simple ways
    1. Personal
      Personal 27 June 2013 21: 12 New
      +1
      Look above, dozens, for every taste and color !!!
  7. beer brewing
    beer brewing 27 June 2013 20: 43 New
    +2
    I would buy a small, small drone for myself, load it with fertilizers or a sprayer, and would love to stay home, and send it to the country instead of myself. Let him spray and pour what is needed there, but I would have been enjoyable on the couch.
  8. Ruslan Bear
    Ruslan Bear 27 June 2013 20: 57 New
    +2
    Quote: brewspusonelise
    I would buy a small, small drone for myself, load it with fertilizers or a sprayer, and would love to stay home, and send it to the country instead of myself. Let him spray and pour what is needed there, but I would have been enjoyable on the couch.

    and in time you would turn into a bun
  9. Nevsky
    Nevsky 27 June 2013 21: 07 New
    0
    People, who thinks who is an expert in this? Is it a technical revolution or a PR of the Americans?

    NASA's new ion rocket engine sets a record in operating time

    NASA's space agency announced this week that its improved xenon ion engine has been operating successfully for 48 hours, that is, five and a half years. Endless! With such a long non-stop operating time, the NASA Evolutionary Xenon Thruster (NEXT) project now boasts the record for the longest and most successful test among absolutely all space engines ever tested.

    NEXT is a solar electric rocket system in which the electricity generated by the solar panels of a spacecraft is supplied to power a 7 kW class ion engine. The principle of operation of such an engine is that xenon gas is ionized and then accelerated by an electrostatic field, allowing the spacecraft to develop a potential speed of up to 145 thousand km / h. At the moment, similar engines, but of lower power, are already being used, for example, under the NASA Dawn program to study Vesta and Ceres - one of the largest asteroids in the main asteroid belt and the dwarf planet closest to Earth, respectively. Scientists are interested in further work on ion engines due to their increased performance (compared with conventional chemical).

    Such continuous non-stop testing of the NEXT ion engine takes place inside a vacuum chamber at the Glenn American Research Center in Cleveland, Ohio. In December last year, the engine crossed the mark of 43 thousand hours of operation. By the time it reached 48 thousand hours of operation, NEXT managed to process 870 kg of xenon, having developed such thrust for which, for comparable tasks, it would take about 10 tons of conventional rocket fuel.

    NASA hopes that the NEXT engine or its variations can be used for various missions related to deep space flights. Despite its size, which is several times smaller than that of a conventional rocket engine, the new ion accelerator has much greater efficiency and economy, thanks to which it is able to work for many years, and at the same time allows you to develop incredibly high flight speeds.
    “The NEXT engine has been running for over 48 hours,” says Michael J. Patterson, NEXT's lead developer at the Glenn Center.
    “We are going to stop testing it the other day. It is still fully functional and has no malfunctions. Its operating time and effectiveness at this point in time exceeds any requirements and expectations for any possible research mission. ”

    http://allday.in.ua/hi-tech/news.php?id=25592
    1. fisherman
      fisherman 27 June 2013 21: 46 New
      +3
      Is it a technical revolution or a PR of the Americans?



      "Since the 1970s, Hall-effect ion engines were used in the USSR as navigation engines (SPD-60 engines were used in the 1970s on Meteors, SPD-70 on Cosmos and Luch satellites in the 1980s , SPD-100 in a number of satellites in the 1990s). [3] "
    2. Sergey_K
      Sergey_K 27 June 2013 22: 13 New
      +1
      Ionic engines a hundred years at lunch. They have low power, but an extremely long operating time, due to which they can gradually disperse the spacecraft to high speeds.
  10. Airman
    Airman 27 June 2013 21: 56 New
    +2
    A drone replaces a person in the most dangerous situations, and if we had drones, they would be sent for reconnaissance in Chernobyl, and not helicopter pilots. Where human life is valued, work on drones is being carried out more intensively.
  11. mirag2
    mirag2 28 June 2013 06: 42 New
    0
    Pure interest: what about the Hall sensor in an auto-ion engine? Are they using one principle of action?
  12. a.hamster55
    a.hamster55 28 June 2013 07: 04 New
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    That is, a promising ammunition must simultaneously conduct reconnaissance on the ground and destroy it when the enemy is identified, otherwise it must self-destruct, without causing damage in the area in which the reconnaissance was carried out. “Everything that existed so far shot at observable targets. Today the task is to shoot at unobserved objects, ”the scientist noted.
    Here is a quote about the prospects of close combat in urban settings. Ie three in one: unmanned reconnaissance ammunition. I think that for a long arm you need a similar layout. A purely reconnaissance is also necessary, but not so much.
  13. a.hamster55
    a.hamster55 28 June 2013 07: 21 New
    0
    I apologize to everyone, but I really wanted to say about special-purpose drones - let's say a relay of communication and data transfer. In my opinion it is very useful.