Military Robotics - Emerging Trends and Future Outlook 2015-2020


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Military Robotics - Emerging Trends and Future Outlook is a report with a detailed analysis about demand drivers of military robotics, major application areas, key focus areas for future research and development, and major challenges for suppliers in the military robotics sector.

This report examines global defense industry executives' opinion about anticipated investment in military robotics across regions, future influencing trends and change in demand for military robotics. It also highlights projected change in demand of military robotics across markets and indicates major interest areas for potential research and development.

Key Findings

  • A focus on minimizing casualties and improving effectiveness and efficiency is driving the significance of military robotics
  • Reconnaissance, surveillance, and target acquisition will record the largest application of military robotics over the next five years
  • Artificial intelligence and sensors will be the key focus areas for research and development activities associated with military robotics
  • Demand for military robotics will increase in the US, Israel, and China over the next five years

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