Unmanned Surface Vehicle (USV) Market to Garner Significant Revenues 2030

According to the Market Statsville Group (MSG), the global Unmanned Surface Vehicle (USV) market size is expected to grow from USD 1,531.6 million in 2021 to USD 4,103.6 million by 2030, at a CAGR of 15.1% from 2022 to 2030. Unmanned surface vehicles (USVs) are vessels that operate on the water's surface without the presence of any crew members. These vessels are outfitted with a range of sensors and setups that allow them to be remotely controlled by an operator on shore or another vessel. USVs are used for various commercial, scientific, and military applications. USVs are more cost-effective for undertaking hydrographic surveys and oceanographic research than other research boats. It also acts as the first line of defense during various military operations, lowering the danger to defense troops. Unmanned surface vehicles (USV) are machines that can be controlled remotely from the sea's surface. They're also referred to as autonomous surface vehicles. The unmanned surface vehicle (USV) is used to check the pollution levels in the water. These are less costly and more versatile than weather ships or research vessels. Unmanned surface vehicles (USVs) operate autonomously and are available in full and semi-automated modes.

The primary drivers of market expansion are the increased need for water quality monitoring, maritime security and hazards, and the requirement for ocean data and mapping. With fresh water sources becoming contaminated despite government efforts to avoid it, such vehicles will be extremely useful in monitoring and preventing contamination. The availability of low-cost autonomous underwater vehicles (AUV) and remotely operated underwater vehicles (ROV) is projected to restrict market expansion.

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