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INFOSYS110 2014 Deliverable 02 Rdes757 (7)

INFOSYS110 2014 Deliverable 02 Rdes757 (7)

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INFOSYS.110 BUSINESS SYSTEMS: DELIVERABLE 2: BUSINESS SECTION 2014 Name Rugved Deshpande NetID
rdes757
Group Number:
485
Website Link:
http://infosys110groupxxx.blogspot.co.nz/
Tutorial Details Tutor: Day: Time:
Nicholl Oblitas Friday 10am
Time Spent on Assignment:
23 hours
Word Count:
1610
 
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NGARO DRONE
 
INTRODUCTION
The New Zealand bush is dense (Phillips, 2012) and is hard to travel through. 30% of New Zealand is covered in bush and approximately 2000 people are lost every year. found (Kelly, 2010). One of the solutions for this problem is to employ a drone in order to locate and find these tampers. This drone will effectively locate these tampers and send the location details to New Zealand Search and Rescue.
3. BUSINESS SECTION
3.1 Vision
Ngaros vision is to combine technology and information to be the
world’s most effective aerial lifesaving machine
 .
3.2 Industry Analysis:
Drone Industry
 
 
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Drone Industry 
 
Force: High/Low: Justification: Buyer power: High
Buyer power in the drone industry is high as there are many choices of whom to buy from. There are trials of a similar product being conducted at the Canterbury Coastguard (Cambell Live, 2014) and in Nelson (The Marlborough Express, 2014).
Supplier power: Low
In this industry supplier power is particularly low as there are many firms that are willing and able to provide the materials for these drones. In New Zealand there are three different manufacturers: Aeronavics, Hawkeye UAV limited, and Photo Higher (UAV Global, n.d.). Around the world there are 408 of suppliers of the required technology (UAV Global, n.d.). Having an overseas supplier is an option in this market as raw materials are expensive in New Zealand (Daly, 2012).

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