Unmanned aerial systems (UAS), or drones in common parlance, are doing amazing work in the public sector, from creating 3D models of large mountains to helping in disaster recovery and firefighting missions. And thanks to recent regulatory advancements, it is becoming easier for government programs and commercial entities to derive benefit from integrating drones into their operations.
But acquiring, deploying, utilizing, and maintaining them is a complex endeavor and the supply base reflects this complexity in varying offerings and emerging suppliers. We’ve touched on some of the procurement issues in our webinar, How to Buy Drones, and discussed public sector use cases in Understanding the Drones and Unmanned Systems Market.
But how can you examine this emerging market to ensure you are identifying the right suppliers for your organization’s needs? You can start by joining us for an upcoming webinar where we will discuss the UAS supplier landscape and show you how to conduct sample supplier searches using our innovative government market research tool, GovShop.
If you can’t wait that long then you’re in luck because we’re giving you a sneak peek with this breakdown of our market map.