Aerial Imaging Industry Size By Imaging Type (Vertical Imaging, Oblique Imaging), By Platform (Fixed-wing Aircraft, Helicopter, UAV/drone), and By Application (Geospatial Mapping, Disaster Management, Energy & Resource Management, Surveillance & Monitoring, Urban Planning, Conservation & Research) - Global Market Forecast and Size Analysis 2019-2025

ID: QBI-GRS-ICT-135755 | Jan. 2, 2019 | Publisher : Global Reports Store | Number of Pages: 110


Global Aerial Imaging Industry was valued at USD 8.7 Billion in the year 2018. Global Aerial Imaging Industry is further estimated to grow at a CAGR of 5.7% from 2019 to reach USD 12.28 Billion by the year 2025. Aerial imaging provides images of ground surfaces captured from an elevated place with the help of cameras. Cameras mounted on various air vehicles including helicopters, airships, kites, balloons, and unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) are utilized for taking images. Aerial imaging finds wide application among various verticals such as civil engineering, research, government, agriculture, and others. However, satellite imagery as a substitute option are expected to restrict the market growth. Advanced technologies, which include GIS (geographic information system), LiDAR systems, and 360-degree vision cameras are expected to generate significant opportunities for the market.

Major market players in Aerial Imaging Industry are Cooper Aerial Surveys, Google, Eagle View Technologies, Kucera International, DroneDeploy, Fugro, GeoVantage, Nearmap, Digital Aerial Solutions, Airobotics, 3D Robotics, DJI, Getmapping, and PrecisionHawk and brief overview of 10 companies is also provide in the report. Rising research and development expenses to satisfy the changing demands of end users, new product launches and organic growth strategies were few techniques adopted by various manufacturers in last 5 years.

SWOT Analysis of Aerial Imaging Industry:
Strength
Weakness
Opportunities
Threats

Aerial Imaging Industry Segmentation:
• By Imaging Type
• Vertical Imaging
• Oblique Imaging

By Platform
• Fixed-wing Aircraft
• Helicopter
• UAV

By Application
• Geospatial Mapping
• Surveillance & Monitoring
• Urban Planning
• Disaster Management
• Energy & Resource Management
• Conservation & Research

By End Use
• Government
• Energy
• Military & Defense
• Agriculture & Forestry
• Archaeology & Civil Engineering
• Oil & Gas

By Region
• North America
o USA
o Canada
• Europe
o Germany
o U.K.
o France
o Italy
o Rest of Europe
• APAC
o China
o India
o Japan
o Rest of Asia-Pacific
• RoW
o Latin America
o Middle East & Africa
Table of Contents

1. Introduction
1.1 Industry Vision
1.2 Limitations
1.3 Stakeholders

2. Research Methodology
2.1. Research Process
2.1.1. Secondary Research
2.1.1.1. Key Data from Secondary Research
2.1.2. Primary Research
2.1.2.1. Key Data from Primary Research
2.1.2.2. Breakdowns of Primary Interviews
2.2. Industry Size Estimation
2.2.1. Bottoms-Up Approach
2.2.2. Top-Down Approach
2.2.3. Annual Revenue Process
2.3. Data Triangulation
2.4. Research Assumptions
2.4.1. Assumption

3. Executive Summary
4. Industry Overview
4.1. Introduction
4.2. Strength
4.3. Weakness
4.4. Opportunities
4.5. Threats
4.6. Regulations
4.7. Supply Chain/Value Chain Analysis
4.8. Patent & Standards

5. Industry Trends
5.1. Introduction
5.2. Porter’s Five Forces Analysis
5.2.1. Threat of New Entrants
5.2.2. Threat of Substitutes
5.2.3. Bargaining Power of Buyers
5.2.4. Bargaining Power of Suppliers
5.2.5. Intensity of Competitive Rivalry

6. Aerial Imaging Industry,
6.1 By Imaging Type,
6.1.1. Vertical Imaging
6.1.2. Oblique Imaging
6.2 By End Use
6.2.1 Government
6.2.2 Energy
6.2.3 Military & Defense
6.2.4 Agriculture & Forestry
6.2.5 Archaeology & Civil Engineering
6.2.6 Oil & Gas

7. Aerial Imaging Industry
7.1 By Platform
7.1.1 Fixed-wing Aircraft
7.1.2 Helicopter
7.1.3 UAV
7.2 By Application
7.2.1 Geospatial Mapping
7.2.2 Disaster Management
7.2.3 Energy & Resource Management
7.2.4 Surveillance & Monitoring
7.2.5 Urban Planning
7.2.6 Conservation & Research

8 Geographical Analysis
8.1. Introduction
8.2. North America
8.2.1. U.S.
8.2.2. Canada
8.2.3. Mexico
8.3. Europe
8.3.1. Germany
8.3.2. France
8.3.3. U.K.
8.3.4. RoE
8.4. Asia Pacific
8.4.1. China
8.4.2. Japan
8.4.3. India
8.4.4. RoAPAC
8.5. RoW
8.5.1. Latin America
8.5.1.1. Brazil
8.5.1.2. Argentina
8.5.1.3. Rest of Latin America
8.5.2. Middle East and Africa

9. Company Profiles
9.1. HELIX ESG
9.1.1 Company Overview
9.1.2 Financial Overview
9.1.3 Product Overview
9.1.4 Current Development
9.2 GE
9.3 Halliburton
9.4 Schlumberger Limited
9.5 Oceaneering International Inc.
9.6 Expro Group
9.7 Hunting Energy Services
9.8 Zhejiang Ousen Machinery Co., Ltd.
9.9 National Oilwell Varco
9.10 Deepwell AS
9.11 Weatherford International Plc

10. Competitive Analysis
10.1. Introduction
10.2. Industry Positioning of Key Players
10.3 Competitive Strategies Adopted by Leading Players
10.3.1. Investments & Expansions
10.3.2. New Product Launches
10.3.3. Mergers & Acquisitions
10.3.4. Agreements, Joint Ventures, and Partnerships

11. Appendix
11.1. Questionnaire
11.2. Available Customizations
11.3. Upcoming Events (Trade Fair, Exhibitions, Conferences)
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