Worldwide drone robot markets are poised to achieve significant growth with the use of cameras on stable flying platforms that are used to help implement aerial entertainment and advertising. Entertainment light shows, advertising drone robots use LED technology to do innovative skywriting. Aerial visualization lets advertising firms achieve new ways of reaching large numbers of people with a relatively low cost, effective means and lets the drone robots do the work in an automated manner.
Smart drone robots can be preprogrammed to do skywriting. They use automated process leveraging integrated circuit technology to make words in the sky. every industry more productive with better, more flexible visualization.
Smart drone commercial uses provide the prospect of trillions of dollars in economic growth. Smart commercial drones connect seamlessly and securely to the Internet and to each other. Smart commercial drone aerial vehicle (UAV) technology has reached a level of maturity that has put these systems at the forefront of aerospace manufacturing. Procurement in every industry and around the entire world is adapting to drone availability. Drone advertising use cases are evolving rapidly. Banner pulling and skywriting are offered.
As U.S. regulators open up the skies to commercial drones by late 2016, fantastic growth will occur, accompanied by tremendous job growth. The fact that job growth will be achieved is enough to drive regulators in the US to ease constraints on drone use. There is incentive for the government to establish reasonable highways in the sky that are enforceable and useful to people.
Worldwide, drones are accepted as grownup toys, flying cameras useful for adding a perspective to life, to filming every event, every outing. Drones are achieving acceptance in a variety of advertising applications indoors. The ability to fly a preprogrammed route makes them useful in a confined space. Drone robot markets are leveraging robotic platforms in every industry.
Intel RealSense technology can be used in a variety of innovative applications. Intel's RealSense camera module weighs as little as 8 grams and is less than 4mm thick. It brings depth perception to drones both indoors and outdoors with minimal impact to payload and flight times. Ascending Technologies' expertise with auto pilot, inertial sensor and fusion algorithms combined with Intel's RealSense camera module will bring a new level of intelligence and self-awareness to the drone ecosystem.
Ascending Technologies uses the obstacle avoidance technology jointly developed with Intel to add a new level of safety to products. Drone operators and businesses relying on drone services from simplicity and safety of drone operations. Drones can fly close to obstacles using this technology. Reliable obstacle avoidance opens multiple fields of drone applications.
Triple redundant autopilot systems are for small UAVs. AscTec Trinity implements a strong technology with Intel. The collaboration between Intel and Ascending Technologies brings high-quality engineered drone systems to a mass market. Advertising and entertainment have not been drone markets until now.
The Intel Edison component is truly remarkable, it permits implementation of the complex drone robots, able to see in a manner similar to human sight, using bifocal capabilities to navigate, to do sense and avoid maneuvers. The complex camera systems provide remarkable capability. Growth of these markets will be rapid and significant based on the usefulness of the robotic platform capability.
Key Topics Covered:
1. Entertainment and Advertising Drone Robots: Market Description and Market Dynamics 1.1 Drone Advertising 1.2 Drone Robots 1.3 Drone Enhanced Capability and Payloads 1.3.1 Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS) Enhanced Resilience 1.3.2 Small and Micro-UAS Drones 1.3.3 Proliferation of Conventional Military Technologies
2. Drone Robots Market Shares and Forecasts 2.1 Drone Robots Market Driving Forces 2.1.1 Drone Robot Mapping 2.2 Drone Robot Market Shares 2.2.1 DJI Phantom 2.2.2 Intel / Ascending Technologies 2.2.3 Intel / Ascending Technologies Drone Light Painting Of The Intel Logo 2.2.4 3D Robotics Intel Powered Drone 2.2.5 Yuneec Typhoon Q500 4K 2.3 Drone Market Forecasts 2.3.1 Drone Robots to Create 70000 US Jobs 2.3.2 Drone Robot Unit Forecasts 2.3.1 Small Drone Robots Forecasts, Dollars, Worldwide, 2016-2022 2.3.2 Mid-Size Drone Robot Forecasts, Dollars, Worldwide, 2016-2022 2.3.3 Small and Mid Size Drone Robot Systems Dollars and Units 2.4 Follow Me Drones 2.4.1 US FAA Commercial Drone Permits 2.4.2 Proliferation of Camera Drones to Promote Security 2.4.3 Drones General Roles 2.5 Venture Investment in Drones 2.6 Drone Robot Prices 2.7 Smart Commercial Drone Market Analysis 2.8 Drone Robot Regional Analysis
3. Drone Robots Product Description 3.1 Intel / Ascending Technologies 3.1.1 Intel / Ascending Technologies AscTec Firefly 3.1.2 Intel / Ascending Technologies Drone Light Painting Of The Intel Logo 3.1.3 Intel Outdoor Flying Drone Light Show 3.1.4 AscTec For Professional Drone Users: 3.1.5 AscTec Falcon 8 + InspectionPRO 3.1.6 AscTec Falcon 8 + VideoEXPERT 3.1.7 Intel Realsense Cameras And Ascending Technologies' Asctec Trinity 3.2 Yuneec 3.2.1 Yuneec Team Mode 3.3 DJI 3.3.1 DJI Phantom 3.3.2 Flying Platforms 3.3.3 DJI Industries Phantom 3 Drone Complete Control 3.3.4 DJI Industries Phantom Intelligent Battery 3.3.5 DJI Industries Inspire Drone 3.3.6 DJI Guidance 3.4 3D Robotics Partners with Intel, Develops New Drone Power 3.4.1 3D Robotics Uses Edison Intel Component 3.4.2 3D Robotics Smart Phone Drone Integrator 3.4.3 3D Robotics Launches Line of Mapping Drones 3.5 Airware Investment from Intel Capital 3.6 DroneCast 3.7 AT&T Uses LTE to Control Drones Over Long Distances
4. Drone Robots Research and Technology 4.1 Intel® RealSense Camera 4.1.1 Short-Range Intel® RealSense Camera 4.1.2 Long-Range Intel® RealSense Camera 4.2 Sense and Avoid Technology 4.2.1 Learning to Fly a Hobby or Commercial Drone 4.2.2 US FAA Launches Drone Safety Campaign 4.3 UAS Sense and Avoid Evolution Avionics Approach 4.4 Drone Regulation 4.4.1 Drone Test Sites Selected by the FAA 4.4.2 Drone Exemptions 4.4.3 FAA Plans Final Regulation on Commercial Drone Use
5. Drone Robot Company Profiles 5.1 3D Robotics 5.1.1 3DRobotics Investors 5.1.2 3D Robotics Acquisition of Sifteo 5.2 DroneCast 5.3 Intel 5.3.1 Intel Cutting 12,000 Jobs, 11 Percent of Workforce by 2022 5.3.2 Ascending Technologies 5.3.3 Intel Acquires Ascending Technologies 5.3.4 Intel Company Strategy 5.3.5 Intel Capital 5.3.6 Ascending Technologies 5.3.7 Ascending Technologies AscTec Firefly 5.3.8 Drone: Asctec Firefly with Intel RealSense 5.3.9 Ascending Technologies Asctec Firefly / Intel RealSense Camera 5.3.10, Intel Realsense Cameras and Ascending Technologies' Asctec Trinity 5.3.11, AscTec Falcon 8 5.3.12, Topcon Distribution Partnership with Intel / Ascending Technologies 5.3.13, Intel / Cyberhawk Innovations 5.3.14, Cyberhawk Innovations ROAV Inspection for The Offshore Oil & Gas Industry 5.4 Japan Drones 5.5 Yuneec 5.6 Drone Market Participants WorldWide 5.6.1 Military Manufacturers 5.6.2 Top Drone Products 5.6.3 FAA Approved Drone Projects