Security Robots Market by Type, Application, Component,


Dublin, July 13, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — The “Security Robots Market by Type (UAV (Fixed Wing, Rotary Wing), UGV (Wheeled, Tracked, Legged, Hybrid), UUV (Autonomous Underwater Vehicles, Remotely Operated Underwater Vehicles)), application, component, end user and geography – Global Forecast to 2027″ report has been added to from offer.

Security Robots Market was valued at USD 33.7 Billion in 2021 and is projected to reach USD 89.6 Billion by 2027; it is expected to grow at a CAGR of 17.7% from 2022 to 2027.

Major market drivers include increasing adoption of security robots for commercial and residential applications, growing focus on security at national or regional levels, increasing investment and defense spending by countries across the world worldwide and the growing demand for autonomous systems that make real-time monitoring smarter.

Drones held the largest share of the security robot market in 2021

UAVs are remote-controlled, semi-autonomous or autonomous unmanned aircraft that can be used for civil/commercial, homeland security and defense applications. Drones not only carry out intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance missions, but also attack, strike, suppress and destroy enemy air defense; and combat search and rescue, among others.

Some of the advantages of unmanned aerial vehicles are that these vehicles can enter environments dangerous to human life; reduce the risk of exposure of aircraft operators; can stay in the air for a long time; perform an accurate, repetitive and faster scan of an area, day after day, night after night, in total darkness or fog, under computer control; and can be programmed to accomplish the mission autonomously.

Residential end-user market is expected to grow at the highest rate from 2022 to 2027

Consumer drones have become popular among prosumers and hobbyists, vloggers and videographers around the world. Indeed, these drones are economical and offer high-resolution wide-angle photography. Currently, governments in different countries around the world are using drones for law enforcement and governance applications due to their compactness and fast services. Demand for drones has increased dramatically during the COVID-19 pandemic, with governments employing drones to conduct surveillance activities, spray disinfectants in public spaces and crowd control, as well as identify COVID-19 hotspots. 19.

North America held the largest security robot market share in 2021

North America accounted for the largest share of 37.2% of the global security robot market in 2021. The United States and Canada are the major countries contributing to the growth of the security robot market in North America . North America is a major hub for technological innovations and an early adopter of new technologies.

The presence of major players in the region also supports demand and awareness regarding security robots. The United States is the largest developer, operator, and exporter of military unmanned systems. Drones are used to counter terrorist operations and are widely used by US police for crowd control. Major players such as Lockheed Martin (US) and Northrop Grumman (US) are developing unmanned systems for commercial and homeland security applications. Several drones of this type have been developed by these major players for defense and commercial purposes in recent years.

Main topics covered:

1. Introduction

2 Research methodology

3 Executive summary

4 premium previews
4.1 Attractive Growth Opportunities for the Security Robots Market
4.2 Security Robots Market, by Type
4.3 Security Robots Market, By End User
4.4 Security Robots Market, by Region

5 Market Overview
5.1 Presentation
5.2 Market Dynamics
5.2.1 Drivers Increased Defense Spending by Countries Around the World Growing Adoption of Security Robots in Civil and Commercial Applications Increase in capital expenditure by offshore oil and gas companies Growing Demand for Autonomous Systems in Defense and Commercial Sectors Improvements in regulatory frameworks related to drone operations
5.2.2 Constraints Unreliability of security robots, in terms of functionality, in military operations High operational costs of security robots Lack of trained personnel for the operation of drones and infrastructure such as runways Security robot safety and security issues
5.2.3 Opportunities Increasing Adoption of IoT and Cloud Technologies Development and integration of advanced technologies in UUVs Development of fully autonomous UGVs
5.2.4 Challenges Requirement for high-level expertise associated with security robots and their hardware and software malfunctions Requirement for continuous and uninterrupted power supply in UGVs
5.3 Value chain analysis
5.3.1 Planning and Review Fund
5.3.2 Research and development
5.3.3 Manufacturing
5.3.4 Assembly and distribution
5.3.5 After-sales service
5.4 Ecosystem analysis
5.5 Security Robots Price Analysis
5.5.1 Average selling prices of market players
5.6 Trends/disruptions affecting customer business
5.7 Technology Trends
5.8 Porter’s Five Forces Analysis
5.9 Key Players and Purchase Criteria
5.9.1 Main players in the purchasing process
5.9.2 Purchase criteria
5.10 Case studies
5.10.1 Swarmdiver by Aquabotix (Australia)
5.10.2 Vector Hawk from Lockheed Martin (USA)
5.10.3 UAVs deployed by various companies for delivery services
5.10.4 UAVs for delivery services during the pandemic Zipline drones have been used to transfer test samples to research laboratories during the pandemic in Rwanda, Ghana and the United States Delivery of medical prescriptions using drones by Manna Aero in Ireland during the pandemic Mexican company Sincronia Logistica uses drones to deliver medical supplies to public hospitals during the pandemic
5.11 Business Analysis
5.12 Patent analysis
5.13 Key Conferences and Events
5.14 Regulatory landscape

6 Security Robots Market, by Type
6.1 Presentation
6.2 Unmanned aerial vehicles
6.3 Unmanned Ground Vehicles
6.4 Unmanned underwater vehicles

7 Security Robots Market, By Application
7.1 Presentation
7.2 Espionage
7.3 Explosives detection
7.4 Firefighting
7.5 Demining
7.6 Rescue operations
7.7 Transportation
7.8 Patrol

8 Security Robots Market, By End User
8.1 Presentation
8.2 Commercial
8.2.1 Increase in applications of security robots in commercial sector owing to their efficiency in operations
8.3 Civil/Residential
8.3.1 Ease of use of security robots for residential purposes to drive demand for security robots
8.4 Military and Defense
8.4.1 Growing Demand for Small Drones in Defense Sector for Surveillance and Reconnaissance Activities and Border Security Applications
8.5 Others
8.5.1 Law enforcement The increase in terrorist activities has resulted in the use of security robots for law enforcement applications
8.5.2 Application of federal law UGVs are widely used by federal law enforcement agencies for dangerous missions

9 Geographical analysis

10 Competitive Landscape
10.1 Presentation
10.2 Key Player Strategies/Right to Win
10.2.1 Overview of Strategies Deployed by Leading Security Robots Market Players
10.3 Top 5 Companies Revenue Analysis
10.4 Top Players Market Share Analysis, 2020-2021
10.5 Competitive Evaluation Quadrant, 2020
10.5.1 Star
10.5.2 Emerging Leader
10.5.3 Ubiquitous
10.5.4 Participant
10.6 Small and Medium Enterprises (SME) Assessment Quadrant, 2020
10.6.1 Progressive Enterprise
10.6.2 Responsive business
10.6.3 Dynamic Enterprise
10.6.4 Starting Block
10.6.5 Security Robots Market: Company Footprint
10.6.6 Security Robots Market: Startup Matrix
10.7 Competitive Situations and Trends
10.7.1 Product Launches
10.7.2 Offers

11 company profiles
11.1 Key Players
11.1.1 Aerovirnement, Inc.
11.1.2 BAE systems
11.1.3 Boston Dynamics
11.1.4 Saab
11.1.5 Cobham Limited
11.1.6 Eca Group
11.1.7 Elbit Systems Ltd.
11.1.8 Knightscope, Inc.
11.1.9 Kongberg
11.1.10 Leonardo SPA
11.1.11 Lockheed Martin Company
11.1.12 Northrop Grumman
11.1.13 Qinetiq
11.1.14 Smp Robotics
11.1.15 Thales
11.2 Other Key Players
11.2.1 Autonomous Solutions, Inc.
11.2.2 Boeing
11.2.3 Dji
11.2.4 Flir Systems
11.2.5 Textron
11.2.6 Rheinmetall Ag
11.2.7 Harris Technologies L3
11.2.8 Reconrobotics Inc.
11.2.9 Robotex Inc.
11.2.10 Cobalt Robotics

12 adjacent and related markets

13 Appendix

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