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  • Global Commercial Drone Outlook: Trends & Technologies That Will Drive Growth
    Global Commercial Drone Outlook: Trends & Technologies That Will Drive Growth
    Michael Blades, Aerospace & Defense Research Director, Frost & Sullivan Recorded: Mar 6 2019 37 mins
    This presentation will provide a realistic outlook for the commercial drone market and a roadmap of how the commercial drone ecosystem will develop.

    Frost & Sullivan invites you to join Michael Blades, Aerospace & Defense Research Director, for the webinar: Global Commercial Drone Outlook: Trends and Technologies That Will Drive Growth. Attendees of this webinar will have a greater understanding of current trends and future technologies that will drive growth, as well as where specific growth opportunities currently exist.

    Key Takeaways:

    • Hear 2019 predictions for the market
    • Identify real growth opportunities
    • Understand the regulatory environment and likely timelines for expanded use of commercial drones
    • Discover what Mega Trends are driving or inhibiting the commercial drone market
  • Global Commercial Aerospace Outlook: Emerging Growth Opportunities
    Global Commercial Aerospace Outlook: Emerging Growth Opportunities
    Timothy J. Kuder, Aerospace & Defense Senior Industry Analyst, Frost & Sullivan Recorded: Mar 5 2019 39 mins
    The global commercial aerospace market saw growth in 2018 as the supply chain was pushed to the limits. 2019 will not show relief for the supply chain as OEMs scramble to capitalize on strong demand, especially in the APAC region, which is exploding. One OEM is expected to make a big announcement this year regarding an airframe that will bridge the next-gen airframes to the futuristic models. Growth opportunities are evident for suppliers that can keep up as OEMs exercise vertical integration, joint ventures and even embedding strategic leadership within supply houses in hopes of securing the outcome. Emerging technologies, including advanced composite materials, additive manufacturing and electrification, will continue to disrupt the design and construction of platforms.

    Key Takeaways:

    • Gain insight on which regions are going to have the highest demand
    • Identify customers taking advantage of the abundant supply of airliners
    • Discover how far OEMs will push the supply chain
  • 2019 Global Defense Outlook & Emerging Opportunities
    2019 Global Defense Outlook & Emerging Opportunities
    Scott Clark, Global Director, Aerospace, Defense & Security, Frost & Sullivan Recorded: Feb 27 2019 59 mins
    Ramifications of the US, China, and Russia power contest will be widespread as the US struggles to maintain conventional and strategic superiority through a combination of new diplomatic engagements, policy adjustments, and political pressure, despite accelerated Chinese and Russian military modernization. Foreign policy decisions such as the US withdrawal of troops from global theaters will lead to consolidation of other regional powers to fill the vacuum left behind. Militaries will have to amend their security paradigms, depending on such global changes.

    Frost & Sullivan invites you to join Scott Clark, Global Director, as he presents a macro view of global military realpolitik, regional customer requirements regarding platforms and subsystems, emerging technology, and industry dynamics that will help formulate new or tweak existing go-to-market strategies.


    Key Takeaways:

    • Understand how changes in defense and economic and foreign policy will affect defense customer requirements
    • Discover how regional markets will transform their plans for industry engagement in 2019
    • Explore emerging technology and understand marketization/adoption potentials
  • 2019 Global Defense Outlook & Emerging Opportunities
    2019 Global Defense Outlook & Emerging Opportunities
    Scott Clark, Global Director, Aerospace, Defense & Security, Frost & Sullivan Recorded: Feb 20 2019 60 mins
    Ramifications of the US, China, and Russia power contest will be widespread as the US struggles to maintain conventional and strategic superiority through a combination of new diplomatic engagements, policy adjustments, and political pressure, despite accelerated Chinese and Russian military modernization. Foreign policy decisions such as the US withdrawal of troops from global theaters will lead to consolidation of other regional powers to fill the vacuum left behind. Militaries will have to amend their security paradigms, depending on such global changes.

    Frost & Sullivan invites you to join Scott Clark, Global Director, as he presents a macro view of global military realpolitik, regional customer requirements regarding platforms and subsystems, emerging technology, and industry dynamics that will help formulate new or tweak existing go-to-market strategies.


    Key Takeaways:

    • Understand how changes in defense and economic and foreign policy will affect defense customer requirements
    • Discover how regional markets will transform their plans for industry engagement in 2019
    • Explore emerging technology and understand marketization/adoption potentials
  • Analysis of the Global Commercial UAS Market to 2020
    Analysis of the Global Commercial UAS Market to 2020
    Mike Blades, Senior Industry Analyst, Aerospace & Defense Recorded: Apr 5 2017 30 mins
    The commercial UAS ecosystem is growing rapidly, but there has been a movement within the industry toward utilizing UAS to make almost any aerial data collection faster, cheaper, and more efficient. This presentation will provide a realistic assessment of the commercial UAS industry, accounting for current regulatory environments and industry trends.

    In several years, commercial UAS platforms, like computers and smart phones, will become ubiquitous; however, the commercial UAS ecosystem will be driven by the number of platforms demanded worldwide.

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