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Constraints related to civil aviation and military training and simulation industry

For those who are unfamiliar, major market constraints are lack of simulators for complex systems; growing adoption of gaming technology and presence of several private players in the market. Mergers and acquisition is seen to be the most prevailing trend in the market. According to Research and Markets, the aerospace and military training & simulation market has recorded several mergers and acquisitions in the past year, despite continued uncertainty in the market caused by sequestration. Among leading companiesoperating in the segment, we have CAE, L-3 Simulation & Training, Rockwell Collins and FlightSafety International Inc.

Although BYOD helps in increasing productivity and promoting innovation, implementing it, is difficult

For those who are unfamiliar, BYOD is an IT policy wherein employees of a company are encouraged to use their own personal mobile devices such as smartphones, tablets, and laptops to access enterprise data. 
Implementing BYOD policy in an organization is a delicate business as the concept has advantages as well as disadvantages (if the policy is not implemented properly). 
BYOD helps in increasing productivity and promoting innovation. Employees are more comfortable with and adroit at using their own mobile devices making them more productive and increasing the probability of innovation. Employees prefer using their own devices as they can avoid carrying multiple devices to their workstations.

Emerging demand of robotics in Quality Control (QC) processes

Steadily, one can observe that, emerging demand of robotics in QC processes is widely gaining momentum in the global Automated Industrial Quality Control Market.
In effect, Vendors in the global automated industrial QC market have recently introduced virtual measuring systems that support the quality control requirement of industry standards by implementing robots. The entire virtual measuring system works on robotics, kinematics, sensors, along with software and CAD data. 
According to Research and Markets, these measuring systems provide a functional representation of the real-world measuring environment and analyze the required component positioning, space, and accessibility.

The most exciting regarding the global 3D printing Automotive Market

Steadily, one can observe that, some of the prominent trends that the market is witnessing are replacing expensive CNC production, 3D printed end use parts in performance autosports and luxury vehicles, stereolithography technology is used to develop prototype as well as parts for automobiles, leading automotive manufacturers are expanding beyond prototyping and test part production and recent developments in sand printing. According to Research and Markets, the Global 3D Printing Automotive Market is poised to grow at a CAGR of around 10.1% over the next decade to reach approximately $285.91 billion by 2025.

Corporate mobility is a relatively new term

Corporate mobility is a relatively new term that defines a wide range of mobility services adopted specifically to cater to the mobility requirements of companies. Cost Reduction, Sustainability, and Employee Incentives are at the core of stakes and key to increasing the adoption of Corporate Mobility.

The anti-drone market on the basis of application into detection, and detection and disruption

Steadily, one can observe that, the detection and disruption application is widely adopted in the market. Detection and disruption systems have major applications in the military and defense and homeland security sectors, wherein the unauthorized drones entering into the prohibited area of any country are detected as well as disrupted on the spot.

The most interesting regarding the Anti-Drone Market

Overall, the market flags green light. Research and Markets expects that, the anti-drone market will grow from USD 342.6 Million in 2016 to USD 1.5 Billion by 2023, at a CAGR of 25.9% between 2017 and 2023. For those who are unfamiliar, the anti-drone market is mainly driven by factors such as increased security breach incidences by unidentified drones and increased terrorism and illicit activities.

The growth of the electronics system-based anti-drone market explained

For those who are unfamiliar, the anti-drone market is also segmented on the basis of technology into electronics system, laser system, and kinetic system. For many analysts, among these technologies, the market for the electronics system technology is on an interesting curve. Research and Markets reveals that, the major factor responsible for this growth is huge investment by key players in electronics system-based anti-drones across the globe. It is also exciting to see that, low cost of development and easily comprehensible technology propel the growth of the electronics system-based anti-drone market.

Specific infrastructure attributes important for deploying mission-critical workloads within organizations

Steadily, one can observe that, when it comes to Accelerated Computing, specific infrastructure-attributes important for deploying mission-critical workloads within an organization, we can identify single or multiple GPUs. For those who are unfamiliar, GPUs are especially attractive to businesses as they can be procured off the shelf and utilize standard libraries that can be incorporated into applications easily. Other technologies that offer potentially higher performance per watt such as FPGAs, many-core processors, and application specific integrated circuits (ASICs) are starting to gain traction as well, according to IDC.