Frost & Sullivan has announced its drone services providers market reveals the top 22 companies in the industry excelling at innovation, are poised for growth and ripe for investment, the company said.
The commercial drone market, and its associated ecosystem, is still in a relatively nascent stage of development but has shown an increasing growth potential as regulatory agencies race to keep up with the pace of technological change and drone end users discover best practices to optimize aerial intelligence or decision-making in a wide range of industries.
The recently released Drone Services Providers Market Frost Radar provides results from an in-depth analysis built on a 360-degree research methodology. These 22 companies have all been in existence for 10 years or less; most are start-ups launched in the past five years. Placement on the Frost Radar enables insight into their innovation scalability, strengths and opportunities for the future, projected growth rates, customer alignment, product portfolio, and Mega Trends leverage.
The following companies were identified for demonstrated excellence in either growth, innovation, or both, with the ability to translate these qualities into proven solutions that benefit their clients: ABJ Drones, Aerodyne, Airinov, Airsight Australia, Cyberhawk, Deveron UAS, DroneView Technologies, HUVR Data, Industrial SkyWorks, Kespry, Measure, Measure Australia, PrecisionHawk, Sharper Shape, Sky-Futures, Skylark Drones, SkySkopes, Talon Aerolytics, Terra Drone, Texo DSI, The Sky Guys, and Trumbull Unmanned.
Frost Radar is a practical, high-impact, scalable tracking solution that benchmarks companies´ innovation focus and growth performance in specific markets. This robust analytical tool offers frequent rating and positioning of companies that are agitating, contending, or revolutionizing their industries, helping organizations to identify areas of improvement, increase innovation, and accelerate growth.
Frost & Sullivan has become world-renowned for its role in helping investors, corporate leaders and governments navigate economic changes and identify disruptive technologies, Mega Trends, new business models and companies to action, resulting in a continuous flow of growth opportunities to drive future success.