Numerous incidences of drone detection and close encounters with commercial aircraft are being observed in the Asia-Pacific (APAC) region. Cases of near misses between manned and unmanned aircraft have become frequent in the thronged airspace, resulting in various catastrophic accidents. To avoid such accidents, government agencies are making plans to safe guard airports. For example, the Bureau of Civil Aviation Security (BCAS), India, formulated a counter-drone plan to protect airports from threats posed by unmanned armed vehicles (UAVs), by using soft-skill method to entrap or jam drones instead of destroying them.
Additionally, rising number of illegal and terrorist activities and increasing incidence of security contravention by unsanctioned UAVs will also fuel the APAC anti-drone market at a CAGR of 47.8% during 2018–2025. According to P&S Intelligence, the market is expected to reach $2,105 million by 2025. For example, in October 2018, a Chinese tourist took his drone inside the Central Industrial Security Force (CISF)-manned area at the Taj Mahal, India. These types of security breaches encourage APAC nations to test and adopt anti-drone systems for security purposes.
In recent years, China has emerged as the leader in the APAC anti-drone market, due to the substantial rise in defense budget of the country. The Government of China has been providing hefty funds for the improvement of anti-drone technology and armed forces. Moreover, the strong presence of major defense companies of the world in China has encouraged the adoption of counter-drone products in the government agencies, military and defense sector, and commercial facilities of the nation.
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Thus, the growing requirement for safeguarding airports, historical monuments, national and international borders, and domestic territories from unsanctioned drones and terrorist activities will boost the adoption of anti-drone technology in APAC, in the foreseeable future.