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Autopilot System Market by Application (Airborne, Land, Sea, Subsea), by Geography (North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific, The Middle-East, Latin America, Africa), by Configuration (Manned And Autonomous Platforms) - Forecasts & Analysis to 2014 - 2020

NEW YORK, Aug. 12, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Reportlinker.com announces that a new market research report is available in its catalogue:

Autopilot System Market by Application (Airborne, Land, Sea, Subsea), by Geography (North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific, The Middle-East, Latin America, Africa), by Configuration (Manned And Autonomous Platforms) - Forecasts & Analysis to 2014 – 2020

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The global autopilot system market research report includes the autopilot systems in airborne, sea, subsea and land vehicles. This report provides the market analysis of the global autopilot system market over the next five years. It discusses about the industry, market, and technology trends that are currently prevailing in the autopilot system market. The autopilot report categorizes the global market on the basis of the types, geography, country and application. The global autopilot market would exhibit a robust growth over the next 5 years. The autopilot system market is estimated to be $46.5 million in 2014 and is expected to register a CAGR of 2.79% to reach $54.84 million by 2020.

The autopilot system market is driven by the increasing demand of aircraft and increasing need of accuracy in the navigation system. Due to monetary downturn, major countries like the U.S. and the U.K. are facing economic difficulties. Nevertheless, the autopilot system market share is maximally held by the U.S. and the U.K. The key manufacturers such as Simrad and Garmin are from this particular region.

The Asia-Pacific and European regions will prove to be emerging markets for the autopilot system market. The report gives insights into regional trends for spending and analyzing market share. It talks about the leading competitors in the autopilot system market and apart from a general overview of the companies; it also provides financial analysis, products and services, and key developments

1 INTRODUCTION 16

1.1 OBJECTIVES 161.2 STUDY SCOPE 171.2.1 MARKET DEFINITION 171.2.2 MARKET OVERVIEW 191.3 GEOGRAPHIC SCOPE 191.4 FORECAST YEAR 201.5 VALUE CHAIN ANALYSIS 211.6 RESEARCH METHODOLOGY 211.6.1 BOTTOM UP &TOP DOWN MARKET RESEARCH 231.6.2 SECONDARY RESEARCH INVOLVES 231.6.3 TRIANGULATION 231.7 ASSUMPTIONS 24

2 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY 25

3 MARKET OVERVIEW 28

3.1 REPORT DESCRIPTION 28

3.2 MARKET SEGMENTATION 29

3.3 OVERVIEW 30

3.4 MARKET DYNAMICS 31

3.5 DRIVERS 31

3.5.1 RISING DEMAND FOR AIRCRAFT 31

3.5.2 TECHNOLOGICAL ADVANCEMENTS 32

3.5.3 INCREASING DEMAND FOR AUTOMATION 32

3.5.4 SAFER CRUISE 32

3.5.5 HIGHER FUEL EFFICIENCY 33

3.6 RESTRAINTS 33

3.6.1 EXPENSIVE ELECTRONICS 33

3.6.2 MICROECONOMIC SHOCKS 34

3.6.3 IMPACT OF GOVERNMENT REGULATION 34

3.7 CHALLENGES 35

3.7.1 COMPLEXITY IN SYSTEM INTEGRATION 35

3.7.2 MAINTAIN MINIMUM COST OF PRODUCTION 35

3.7.3 UNSTABLE AIRFRAME CONTROL 36

3.8 OPPORTUNITY 36

3.8.1 DIY AUTOPILOTS IN SMALL UNMANNED AERIAL VEHICLE 36

3.9 EVOLUTION 36

3.9.1 ONE-AXIS 36

3.9.2 TWO-AXIS 36

3.9.3 THREE-AXIS 37

3.10 TECHNOLOGICAL TRENDS 37

3.10.1 ADVANCED AUTOPILOT LANDING SYSTEM 37

3.10.2 MINIATURIZATION OF AUTOPILOT 37

3.10.3 FUZZY LOGIC TECHNOLOGY IN AUTOPILOT 38

3.11 TECHNOLOGICAL ROAD MAP 38

3.12 ETOP ANALYSIS 39

3.12.1 ENVIRONMENT THREAT OPPORTUNITY PROFILE ANALYSIS 39

4 MARKET FORECAST 42

4.1 AUTOPILOT SYSTEM MARKET, BY APPLICATION 42

4.2 AUTOPILOT SYSTEM MARKET, BY REGION 44

4.3 AUTOPILOT SYSTEM MARKET, BY COUNTRY 45

5 DO IT YOURSELF 50

5.1 OPEN SOURCE AUTOPILOT 50

5.1.1 NAVIO AUTOPILOT 50

5.1.2 3D ROBOTICS 51

5.1.2.1 APM 2.6 51

5.1.2.2 3DR PIXHAWK 51

5.1.3 OPENPILOT 52

5.1.4 PAPARAZZI 52

5.1.5 DJI 53

5.2 DO IT YOURSELF AUTOPILOT MARKET 53

6 PRODUCT MARKET 55

6.1 AIRBORNE: AUTOPILOT SYSTEM MARKET 55

6.1.1 AIRBORNE: AUTOPILOT SYSTEM MARKET, BY TYPE 55

6.1.2 AIRBORNE: MANNED VEHICLES MARKET 56

6.1.2.1 Commercial Aircraft 57

6.1.2.2 Military Aircraft 58

6.1.2.3 Airborne: Rotary Wing Aircraft 59

6.1.2.4 Airborne: Unmanned Vehicles Market 60

6.1.2.4.1 UAV: Autopilot System Market 61

6.1.2.4.2 Missile: Autopilot System Market 62

6.2 LAND: AUTOPILOT SYSTEM MARKET 63

6.2.1 COMMERCIAL VEHICLES 63

6.2.2 MILITARY VEHICLES 64

6.3 SEA: AUTOPILOT SYSTEM MARKET 66

6.3.1 SEA: MANNED VEHICLES 67

6.3.1.1 Commercial Ships 67

6.3.1.2 Defense ships 68

6.3.2 SEA: UNMANNED SURFACE VEHICLES (USV) 69

6.4 SUBSEA: AUTOPILOT SYSTEM MARKET 70

6.4.1 SUBSEA: MANNED VEHICLES 71

6.4.2 SUBSEA: UNMANNED VEHICLES 72

7 GEOGRAPHIC ANALYSIS 73

7.1 NORTH AMERICA: AUTOPILOT SYSTEM MARKET, BY APPLICATION 73

7.2 EUROPE: AUTOPILOT SYSTEM MARKET, BY APPLICATION 78

7.3 THE MIDDLE EAST: AUTOPILOT SYSTEM MARKET, BY APPLICATION 88

7.4 LATIN AMERICA: AUTOPILOT SYSTEM MARKET, BY APPLICATION 93

7.5 AFRICA: AUTOPILOT SYSTEM MARKET, BY APPLICATION 98

8 COUNTRY ANALYSIS 103

8.1 U.S.: AUTOPILOT SYSTEM MARKET, BY APPLICATION 103

8.2 CANADA: AUTOPILOT SYSTEM MARKET,BY APPLICATION 105

8.3 U.K.: AUTOPILOT SYSTEM MARKET, BY APPLICATION 107

8.4 GERMANY: AUTOPILOT SYSTEM MARKET, BY APPLICATION 108

8.5 FRANCE: AUTOPILOT SYSTEM MARKET, BY APPLICATION 109

8.6 RUSSIA: AUTOPILOT SYSTEM MARKET, BY APPLICATION 111

8.7 NORWAY: AUTOPILOT SYSTEM MARKET, BY APPLICATION 112

8.8 TURKEY: AUTOPILOT SYSTEM MARKET, BY APPLICATION 113

8.9 REST OF EUROPE: AUTOPILOT SYSTEM MARKET, BY APPLICATION 114

8.10 JAPAN: AUTOPILOT SYSTEM MARKET, BY APPLICATION 115

8.11 CHINA: AUTOPILOT SYSTEM MARKET, BY APPLICATION 116

8.12 SOUTH KOREA: AUTOPILOT SYSTEM MARKET, BY APPLICATION 117

8.13 INDIA: AUTOPILOT SYSTEM MARKET, BY APPLICATION 118

8.14 AUSTRALIA: AUTOPILOT SYSTEM MARKET, BY APPLICATION 119

8.15 REST OF ASIA: AUTOPILOT SYSTEM MARKET, BY APPLICATION 120

8.16 SAUDI ARABIA: AUTOPILOT SYSTEM MARKET, BY APPLICATION 121

8.17 U.A.E.: AUTOPILOT SYSTEM MARKET, BY APPLICATION 122

8.18 ISRAEL: AUTOPILOT SYSTEM MARKET, BY APPLICATION 123

8.19 REST OF MIDDLE EAST: AUTOPILOT SYSTEM MARKET, BY APPLICATION 124

8.20 BRAZIL: AUTOPILOT SYSTEM MARKET, BY APPLICATION 125

8.21 MEXICO: AUTOPILOT SYSTEM MARKET, BY APPLICATION 126

8.22 REST OF LATIN AMERICA: AUTOPILOT SYSTEM MARKET, BY APPLICATION 127

8.23 EGYPT: AUTOPILOT SYSTEM MARKET, BY APPLICATION 128

8.24 SOUTH AFRICA: AUTOPILOT SYSTEM MARKET, BY APPLICATION 129

8.25 NIGERIA: AUTOPILOT SYSTEM MARKET, BY APPLICATION 130

8.26 REST OF AFRICA: AUTOPILOT SYSTEM MARKET, BY APPLICATION 131

9 COMPETITIVE LANDSCAPE 132

9.1 COMPETITIVE LANDSCAPE BY COMPANY 132

9.2 REGION: OPPORTUNITY ANALYSIS 133

9.3 COUNTRY: OPPORTUNITY ANALYSIS 134

10 COMPANY PROFILE 135 (Company at a Glance, Recent Financials, Products & Services, Strategies & Insights, & Recent Developments)*

10.1 ROCKWELL COLLINS INC 135

10.2 BAE SYSTEMS 141

10.3 HONEYWELL INTERNATIONAL INC 145

10.4 GARMIN LTD 150

10.5 COBHAM PLC 154

10.6 FURUNO ELECTRIC CO. LTD 158

10.7 COMNAV MARINE LTD. 161

10.8 MICROPILOT 164

10.9 RAYMARINE 166

10.10 RAYTHEON ANSCHUTZ 169

10.11 SIMRAD YACHTING 171

10.12 3D ROBOTICS 174

10.13 DJI INNOVATIONS TECNOLOGY CO.,LTD 176

*Details on company at a glance, recent financials, products & services, strategies & insights, & recent developments might not be captured in case of unlisted companies.

LIST OF TABLES

TABLE 1 CURRENCY 20

TABLE 2 AUTOPILOT SYSTEM MARKET SIZE, 2013-2020($MILLION) 25

TABLE 3 ETOP ANALYSIS: AUTOPILOT SYSTEM MARKET 40

TABLE 4 AUTOPILOT SYSTEM MARKET SIZE, 2013-2020($MILLION) 42

TABLE 5 AUTOPILOT SYSTEM MARKET SIZE, BY APPLICATION,

2013-2020($MILLION) 43

TABLE 6 AUTOPILOT SYSTEM MARKET SIZE, BY REGION, 2013-2020 ($MILLION) 44

TABLE 7 NORTH AMERICA: AUTOPILOT SYSTEM MARKET SIZE, BY COUNTRY, 2013-2020 ($MILLION) 45

TABLE 8 EUROPE: AUTOPILOT SYSTEM MARKET SIZE, BY COUNTRY,

2013-2020 ($MILLION) 46

TABLE 9 ASIA-PACIFIC: AUTOPILOT SYSTEM MARKET SIZE, BY COUNTRY,

2013-2020 ($MILLION) 47

TABLE 10 THE MIDDLE EAST: AUTOPILOT SYSTEM MARKET SIZE, BY COUNTRY, 2013-2020 ($MILLION) 48

TABLE 11 LATIN AMERICA: AUTOPILOT SYSTEM MARKET SIZE, BY COUNTRY, 2013-2020 ($MILLION) 48

TABLE 12 AFRICA: AUTOPILOT SYSTEM MARKET SIZE, BY COUNTRY,

2013-2020 ($MILLION) 49

TABLE 13 DIY AUTOPILOT SYSTEM MARKET, 2013-2020 ($MILLION) 53

TABLE 14 DIY AUTOPILOT SYSTEM MARKET, BY APPLICATION,

2013-2020 ($MILLION) 53

TABLE 15 AIRBORNE: AUTOPILOT SYSTEM MARKET, BY TYPE,

2013-2020 ($MILLION) 55

TABLE 16 AIRBORNE: AUTOPILOT SYSTEM MARKET, BY TYPE,

2013-2020 ($MILLION) 56

TABLE 17 COMMERCIAL: AUTOPILOT SYSTEM MARKET, BY TYPE,

2013-2020 ($MILLION) 57

TABLE 18 MILITARY: AUTOPILOT SYSTEM MARKET,2013-2020 ($MILLION) 58

TABLE 19 ROTARY WING AIRCRAFT: AUTOPILOT SYSTEM MARKET,

2013-2020 ($MILLION) 59

TABLE 20 UNMANNED SYSTEMS: AUTOPILOT SYSTEM MARKET, BY TYPE,

2013-2020 ($MILLION) 60

TABLE 21 UAV: AUTOPILOT SYSTEM MARKET, BY TYPE, 2013-2020 ($MILLION) 61

TABLE 22 MISSILE: AUTOPILOT SYSTEM MARKET, BY TYPE,

2013-2020 ($MILLION) 62

TABLE 23 LAND: AUTOPILOT SYSTEM MARKET, 2013-2020 ($MILLION) 64

TABLE 24 LAND: AUTOPILOT SYSTEM MARKET, BY TYPE, 2013-2020 ($MILLION) 65

TABLE 25 SEA: AUTOPILOT SYSTEM MARKET,2013-2020 ($MILLION) 66

TABLE 26 COMMERCIAL: AUTOPILOT SYSTEM MARKET, BY TYPE,

2013-2020 ($MILLION) 67

TABLE 27 DEFENSE: AUTOPILOT SYSTEM MARKET, BY TYPE,

2013-2020 ($MILLION) 68

TABLE 28 USV: AUTOPILOT SYSTEM MARKET, 2013-2020 ($MILLION) 69

TABLE 29 SUBSEA: AUTOPILOT SYSTEM MARKET, 2013-2020 ($MILLION) 70

TABLE 30 SUBMARINES: AUTOPILOT SYSTEM MARKET, 2013-2020 ($MILLION) 71

TABLE 31 UNMANNED UNDERWATER VEHICLES : AUTOPILOT SYSTEM MARKET, BY TYPE, 2013-2020 ($MILLION) 72

TABLE 32 NORTH AMERICA: AUTOPILOT SYSTEM MARKET, BY APPLICATION, 2013-2020 ($MILLION) 73

TABLE 33 EUROPE: AUTOPILOT SYSTEM MARKET, BY APPLICATION,

2013-2020 ($MILLION) 78

TABLE 34 ASIA-PACIFIC: AUTOPILOT SYSTEM MARKET, BY APPLICATION 83

TABLE 35 THE MIDDLE EAST: AUTOPILOT SYSTEM MARKET, BY APPLICATION, 2013-2020 ($MILLION) 88

TABLE 36 LATIN AMERICA: AUTOPILOT SYSTEM MARKET, BY APPLICATION,

2014-2020 ($MILLION) 93

TABLE 37 AFRICA: AUTOPILOT SYSTEM MARKET, BY APPLICATION,

2013-2020 ($MILLION) 98

TABLE 38 U.S.: AUTOPILOT SYSTEM REVENUE, BY APPLICATION,

2013-2020 ($MILLION) 103

TABLE 39 CANADA: AUTOPILOT SYSTEM REVENUE, BY APPLICATION,

2013-2020 ($MILLION) 105

TABLE 40 U.K.: AUTOPILOT SYSTEM REVENUE, BY APPLICATION,

2013-2020 ($MILLION) 107

TABLE 41 GERMANY: AUTOPILOT SYSTEM REVENUE, BY APPLICATION,

2013-2020 ($MILLION) 108

TABLE 42 FRANCE: AUTOPILOT SYSTEM REVENUE, BY APPLICATION,

2013-2020 ($MILLION) 109

TABLE 43 RUSSIA: AUTOPILOT SYSTEM REVENUE, BY APPLICATION,

2013-2020 ($MILLION) 111

TABLE 44 NORWAY: AUTOPILOT SYSTEM REVENUE, BY APPLICATION,

2013-2020 ($MILLION) 112

TABLE 45 TURKEY: AUTOPILOT SYSTEM REVENUE, BY APPLICATION,

2013-2020 ($MILLION) 113

TABLE 46 REST OF EUROPE: AUTOPILOT SYSTEM REVENUE, BY APPLICATION, 2013-2020 ($MILLION) 114

TABLE 47 JAPAN: AUTOPILOT SYSTEM REVENUE, BY APPLICATION,

2013-2020 ($MILLION) 115

TABLE 48 CHINA: AUTOPILOT SYSTEM REVENUE, BY APPLICATION,

2013-2020 ($MILLION) 116

TABLE 49 SOUTH KOREA: AUTOPILOT SYSTEM REVENUE, BY APPLICATION,

2013-2020 ($MILLION) 117

TABLE 50 INDIA: AUTOPILOT SYSTEM REVENUE, BY APPLICATION,

2013-2020 ($MILLION) 118

TABLE 51 AUSTRALIA: AUTOPILOT SYSTEM REVENUE, BY APPLICATION,

2013-2020 ($MILLION) 119

TABLE 52 REST OF ASIA: AUTOPILOT SYSTEM REVENUE, BY APPLICATION,

2013-2020 ($MILLION) 120

TABLE 53 SAUDI ARABIA: AUTOPILOT SYSTEM REVENUE, BY APPLICATION,

2013-2020 ($MILLION) 121

TABLE 54 U.A.E.: AUTOPILOT SYSTEM REVENUE, BY APPLICATION,

2013-2020 ($MILLION) 122

TABLE 55 ISRAEL: AUTOPILOT SYSTEM REVENUE, BY APPLICATION,

2013-2020 ($MILLION) 123

TABLE 56 REST OF MIDDLE EAST: AUTOPILOT SYSTEM REVENUE,

BY APPLICATION, 2013-2020 ($MILLION) 124

TABLE 57 BRAZIL: AUTOPILOT SYSTEM REVENUE, BY APPLICATION,

2013-2020 ($MILLION) 125

TABLE 58 MEXICO: AUTOPILOT SYSTEM REVENUE, BY APPLICATION,

2013-2020 ($MILLION) 126

TABLE 59 REST OF LATIN AMERICA: AUTOPILOT SYSTEM REVENUE,

BY APPLICATION, 2013-2020 ($MILLION) 127

TABLE 60 EGYPT: AUTOPILOT SYSTEM REVENUE, BY APPLICATION,

2013-2020 ($MILLION) 128

TABLE 61 SOUTH AFRICA: AUTOPILOT SYSTEM REVENUE, BY APPLICATION, 2013-2020 ($MILLION) 129

TABLE 62 NIGERIA: AUTOPILOT SYSTEM REVENUE, BY APPLICATION,

2013-2020 ($MILLION) 130

TABLE 63 REST OF AFRICA: AUTOPILOT SYSTEM REVENUE, BY APPLICATION, 2013-2020 ($MILLION) 131

LIST OF FIGURES

FIGURE 1 GENERAL SEGMENTATION 19

FIGURE 2 RESEARCH METHODOLOGY 22

FIGURE 3 DATA TRIANGULATION 24

FIGURE 4 AUTOPILOT SYSTEM MARKET SEGMENTATION 29

FIGURE 5 MARKET DYNAMICS 31

FIGURE 6 IMPACT OF DRIVERS 33

FIGURE 7 IMPACT OF RESTRAINTS 35

FIGURE 8 TECHNOLOGICAL ROAD MAP 38

FIGURE 9 ETOP ANALYSIS: AUTOPILOT SYSTEM MARKET 39

FIGURE 10 DIY AUTOPILOT MARKET SHARE 2013 54

FIGURE 11 NORTH AMERICA: AIRBORNE AUTOPILOT SYSTEM MARKET, 2013-2020 74

FIGURE 12 NORTH AMERICA: LAND AUTOPILOT SYSTEM MARKET, 2013-2020 75

FIGURE 13 NORTH AMERICA: SEA AUTOPILOT SYSTEM MARKET, 2013-2020 76

FIGURE 14 NORTH AMERICA: SUBSEA AUTOPILOT SYSTEM MARKET, 2013-2020 77

FIGURE 15 EUROPE: AIRBORNE AUTOPILOT SYSTEM MARKET, 2013-2020 79

FIGURE 16 EUROPE: LAND AUTOPILOT SYSTEM MARKET, 2013-2020 80

FIGURE 17 EUROPE: SEA AUTOPILOT SYSTEM MARKET, 2013-2020 81

FIGURE 18 EUROPE: SUBSEA AUTOPILOT SYSTEM MARKET, 2013-2020 82

FIGURE 19 ASIA-PACIFIC: AIRBORNE AUTOPILOT SYSTEM MARKET, 2013-2020 84

FIGURE 20 ASIA-PACIFIC: LAND AUTOPILOT SYSTEM MARKET, 2013-2020 85

FIGURE 21 ASIA-PACIFIC: SEA AUTOPILOT SYSTEM MARKET, 2013-2020 86

FIGURE 22 ASIA-PACIFIC: SUBSEA AUTOPILOT SYSTEM MARKET, 2013-2020 87

FIGURE 23 THE MIDDLE EAST: AIRBORNE AUTOPILOT SYSTEM MARKET,

2013-2020 89

FIGURE 24 THE MIDDLE EAST: LAND AUTOPILOT SYSTEM MARKET, 2013-2020 90

FIGURE 25 THE MIDDLE EAST: SEA AUTOPILOT SYSTEM MARKET, 2013-2020 91

FIGURE 26 THE MIDDLE EAST: SUBSEA AUTOPILOT SYSTEM MARKET, 2013-2020 92

FIGURE 27 LATIN AMERICA: AIRBORNE AUTOPILOT SYSTEM MARKET, 2013-2020 94

FIGURE 28 LATIN AMERICA: LAND AUTOPILOT SYSTEM MARKET, 2013-2020 95

FIGURE 29 LATIN AMERICA: SEA AUTOPILOT SYSTEM MARKET, 2013-2020 96

FIGURE 30 LATIN AMERICA: SUBSEA AUTOPILOT SYSTEM MARKET, 2013-2020 97

FIGURE 31 AFRICA: AIRBORNE AUTOPILOT SYSTEM MARKET, 2013-2020 99

FIGURE 32 AFRICA: LAND AUTOPILOT SYSTEM MARKET, 2013-2020 100

FIGURE 33 AFRICA: SEA AUTOPILOT SYSTEM MARKET, 2013-2020 101

FIGURE 34 AFRICA: SUBSEA AUTOPILOT SYSTEM MARKET, 2013-2020 102

FIGURE 35 COMPANY SHARE ANALYSIS 132

FIGURE 36 REGION: OPPORTUNITY ANALYSIS 133

FIGURE 37 COUNTRY: OPPORTUNITY ANALYSIS 134

FIGURE 38 ROCKWELL COLLINS: COMPANY SNAPSHOT 136

FIGURE 39 ROCKWELL COLLINS: SWOT ANALYSIS 140

FIGURE 40 BAE SYSTEMS: COMPANY SNAPSHOT 141

FIGURE 41 BAE SYSTEMS: SWOT ANALYSIS 144

FIGURE 42 HONEYWELL INTERNATIONAL: COMPANY SNAPSHOT 146

FIGURE 43 HONEYWELL INTERNATIONAL INC: SWOT ANALYSIS 149

FIGURE 44 GARMIN LTD.: COMPANY SNAPSHOT 150

FIGURE 45 GARMIN LTD: SWOT ANALYSIS 153

FIGURE 46 COBHAM PLC: COMPANY SNAPSHOT 154

FIGURE 47 COBHAM PLC : SWOT ANALYSIS 157

FIGURE 48 FURUNO ELECTRIC CO. LTD : COMPANY SNAPSHOT 158

FIGURE 49 COMNAV MARINE LTD: COMPANY SNAPSHOT 161

FIGURE 50 COMNAV MARINE LTD: SWOT ANALYSIS 163

FIGURE 51 MICROPILOT: COMPANY SNAPSHOT 164

FIGURE 52 RAYMARINE : COMPANY SNAPSHOT 166

FIGURE 53 RAYTHEON ANSCHUTZ: COMPANY SNAPSHOT 169

FIGURE 54 SIMRAD YACHTING: COMPANY SNAPSHOT 171

FIGURE 55 3D ROBOTICS: COMPANY SNAPSHOT 174

FIGURE 56 DJI INNOVATIONS: COMPANY SNAPSHOT 177

To order this report: Autopilot System Market by Application (Airborne, Land, Sea, Subsea), by Geography (North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific, The Middle-East, Latin America, Africa), by Configuration (Manned And Autonomous Platforms) - Forecasts & Analysis to 2014 – 2020

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Almost everyone sees the potential of Internet of Things but how can businesses truly unlock that potential. The key will be in the ability to discover business insight in the midst of an ocean of Big Data generated from billions of embedded devices via Systems of Discover. Businesses will also need to ensure that they can sustain that insight by leveraging the cloud for global reach, scale and elasticity.
The Internet of Things will greatly expand the opportunities for data collection and new business models driven off of that data. In her session at @ThingsExpo, Esmeralda Swartz, CMO of MetraTech, discussed how for this to be effective you not only need to have infrastructure and operational models capable of utilizing this new phenomenon, but increasingly service providers will need to convince a skeptical public to participate. Get ready to show them the money!