What is the growth potential of commercial drones in the eCommerce space? How will the use of B2C drone deliveries reduce carbon emissions? What are the new investments emerging in this segment? Who are the leading participants?
This research analyzes the critical infrastructure sectors fueling the development of regional airports. It also explores the latest business models, key stakeholders, government regulations, growth restraints, drivers, challenges, and future prospects.
How is the use of smart technologies accelerating growth? What is the size of this segment in terms of device revenue across each application and region? How are service providers catering to remote connectivity requirements?
The metaverse is the next step in the evolution of the internet and social media, according to Frost & Sullivan Research Director Kiran Kumar V. The metaverse is an interconnected network of virtual worlds that are shared and will serve as a new paradigm where our digital and physical lives converge. It refers to a three-dimensional virtual world where users can create content, trade and interact with each other through immersive experiences.
Many players define the metaverse as THE next revolution. At Frost & Sullivan, we compare it with our real physical universe, which is always expanding since its creation in the Big Bang. Meta (Facebook) rebranding and $10 billion in investments into metaverse development efforts look like this Big Bang. We strongly believe that the metaverse will expand in continuous waves. Radical evolutions of technologies and consumer behaviors will build a new universe as a whole—a kind of “meta-cosmos.” It will take time, but the process has already started and is irreversible.
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The western world is still struggling to respond to the reality that Russia chose to invade Ukraine yet again, but this time with a perceived aim of bringing the entire country under its control. Things have not gone as expected for the Russian military, however, and it is clear that total victory is now impossible on two factors: advanced weapons, fighters, and supplies continue to come over the country's western borders; and the tenacity of the Ukrainian people as they fight in defence of their nation, and democracy itself.
At present, Russia has only one indigenous commercial aircraft in production – Sukhoi Superjet 100 from United Aircraft Corp. It is powered by a SAM146 engine manufactured by PowerJet, which is a Franco-Russian 50-50 joint venture of Safran’s Snecma and NPO Saturn. Russia planned to introduce the new commercial aircraft MC-21 in the second half of 2022.
The Russian aggression in Ukraine has boiled over into one of the most challenging times for the commercial aviation industry. The global air passenger traffic, a critical marker for global air transport services demand and general health of the industry, has been on a positive uptick since the turn of the decade (2010), post the financial crisis of 2007-2008. This marker nosedived in 2020, with the onset of a global pandemic halting several key social activities, including flying.
Frost & Sullivan’s recent analysis, Global Surveillance Solutions Growth Opportunities, finds that the increasing adoption of advanced surveillance systems and technology innovations is accelerating market growth. Innovative features in surveillance technology such as new integration capabilities and analytics offerings are catalyzing the industry, enabling a shift away from legacy analog.
Leveraging key transformational technologies and trends driving emerging opportunities was the underlying theme at Frost & Sullivan’s recent event, “Asia Pacific Perspective: What are the Transformational Opportunities in 2022?” It featured key insights into critical developments impacting industries such as energy, healthcare, aerospace & defense and technology. Participants also had the chance to listen to an in-depth panel discussion highlighting the key trends in healthcare.
The 12th edition of Frost & Sullivan and The Energy and Resources Institute (TERI)’s Sustainability 4.0 Awards took place virtually on Jan. 12, 2022. The awards recognized companies embedding sustainability with economic value creation, thereby creating value for all stakeholders, building a safer environment, and ensuring a stronger community.Read more