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UAVs and drones are gaining in popularity not only for the military industry, but also across a variety of industries in recent years.

The UAV and drone industry market was valued at over 22 billion dollars in 2012, and is predicted to reach 102 billion dollars by 2030, according to Precedence Research. These forecasts are however constrained by a number of regulations and restrictions imposed by government organizations for flying drones in public places, which could skew market growth in the opposite direction.

In any case, the UAV industry doesn’t appear to be slowing down. The unmanned aircraft system is composed of an unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV), a ground-based controller, and a communication system that allows them to communicate with one another. UAVs and drones have experienced accelerated growth in the past few years as they have combined more advanced data processing capabilities, innovative design, and broad operational capabilities with significant security measures.

Finance.yahoo.com reports that cameras comprise the largest share of unmanned aircraft components, as of 2020. The reason is that drones commonly use camera systems, such as for remote surveillance, video monitoring, border security, thermographic testing of inaccessible structures, and security of infrastructure and facilities. Furthermore, the entertainment and media industries stood out in 2020 for their use of unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) drones, and this is expected to continue in the years to come. The advantages of UAV drone photography include cost savings and better images than traditional photography.