• Future of the European Military Unmanned Aerial Vehicles Powered by Innovative Growth Prospects
    Military UAVs’ accelerated growth will transform the European defense space

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    Recent developments in the European military UAV space are impacting the region's defense market, its competitive landscape, and its military posture. The European defense establishment supports the emerging trend of military drones due to evolving national security threats, especially the Russian aggression in Eastern Europe. In addition, the Biden administration's strategic focus on China boosts NATO's interest in military UAVs to counter near-peer adversaries, thereby pushing the region to increase RDT&E and procurements efforts in this defense domain.

    During the forecast period, the European military UAV market is expected to evolve due to the emerging indigenous market, the rising military demand for different types of military UAV platforms, UAVs' focus on ISR and offensive tasks, and specific budget and project allocations for UAV platforms and subsystems.

    This Frost & Sullivan research service explores the trends in the European military UAV space and examines the impact of the changing geopolitical landscape, US and Israeli dominance, and emerging military doctrine to confront modern battlefield challenges. The study investigates the future of European military UAVs, and it takes into account global perspectives and forecasts. It focuses on 5 important European countries, that is, Turkey, the United Kingdom, France, Germany, and Italy. The study also examines Eastern Europe's growing demand for military UAVs, which could be used as a solution to counter Russian military aggression and mitigate some of Moscow's quantitative and qualitative military edge in the region.


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