Civilian Drone Market Expected to Almost Double by 2027 on a Global Scale

The global civilian drone market is projected to experience substantial growth, reaching an estimated value of $21.62 billion by 2027, nearly doubling from its 2023 figures. This surge in the market has created an increased demand for protection against unauthorized drone activities, including video recording and potential security threats such as industrial espionage.

 

To address these concerns, businesses and entities are turning to anti-drone solutions. Kaspersky, a global company, is actively working on an advanced anti-drone solution that can detect, identify, and neutralize civilian drones posing security or physical threats. The solution incorporates state-of-the-art technology, including AI algorithms and neural networks.

 

In response to the evolving landscape of civilian drones, Kaspersky has released a significant update to its Antidrone solution. The latest version boasts improved system scalability, a 12 times faster operating interface, and optimized incident visualization.

 

The enhanced scalability allows the Antidrone solution to serve as a regional ecosystem with simplified integration capabilities for third-party solutions. The updated system also features a redesigned map for higher working speed, real-time display of graphic elements, and seamless switching between video analytics and map modes for detailed inspection.

 

Usman Querish, the country representative for Kaspersky in Pakistan, emphasizes the significance of software in anti-drone solutions, highlighting the need for comprehensive security beyond individual hardware devices. The new release focuses on optimizing vital functions, addressing false positives, simplifying interface navigation, eliminating information overload, and improving integration capabilities to deploy the solution more efficiently on-site.