Analysts said China and Japan UAV research at Level 2 is less than South Korea in Asia
Data Figure: China on display at the Singapore Airshow UAV
[According to the United States," Defense News "website February 1, 2010 report] Frost and Sullivan consulting firm predicted this week: As Asian countries have begun to buy cheap, can be full of security challenges in the territory of patrolling unmanned aerial vehicles, UAV market in Asia is expected in the next six years to maintain an annual growth rate of 4.4%.
UAV system in the International Association on February 1, sponsored by the General Assembly in Singapore, from Frost and Sullivan’s Asia aviation analyst Julius Yeo said the pirates, the local insurgency, regional tensions and other factors will stimulate the UAV market, procurement costs from 2010 to less than $ 600 million in 2014 rose to more than $ 1 billion. The next decade the majority of transactions will be relatively inexpensive unmanned aerial vehicles, small tactical unmanned aerial vehicles, followed by the high-altitude long-range unmanned aerial vehicles, such as MQ-1 “Predator” unmanned aerial vehicles in such a broad over territorial waters to patrol and perform tactical air strike missions. Such high-altitude UAV will erode in a large, high cost of high-altitude UAV (such as the RQ-4 “Global Hawk”) market. Although some Pacific countries have begun to develop its own UAV, but the next decade in the Far East of the UAV market will remain dominated by Western countries.
the analyst in the Asian country is the leader in UAV development of the country is divided into three grades, Australia, Singapore and South Korea in the first stage, Japan, China and India in the second level, Malaysia, Indonesia and Thailand in the third grade. (China Aviation Industry Development Research Center of Sun mentors)