Not Infosys or Wipro. India's Next Wealth Creators Could Be Drone Stocks

Nov 25, 2020

Azerbaijan and Armenia are not countries that grab international headlines too often, but they recently did.

The reason was the manner in which Azerbaijan's tiny drones handed a crushing defeat to Armenia.

Azerbaijan won the war primarily with the use of drones procured from Turkey and Israel. The tiny aerial objects managed to hunt down tanks, trenches of soldiers, radars and everything that moved on the ground.

The air defence system of Armenia and soldiers with assault rifles were no match to the drones that struck with no warnings.

Drones are the latest of the technological breakthroughs in periods of conflict.

Technology has been a game changer for defence since time immemorial. During the reign of Mughal emperor Babur, the use of gun powder made elephants redundant in wars.

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From the air radar systems to x-rays to the Enigma machine, which gave birth to modern computers, defence technology is typically far ahead of commercial ones.

India's technological prowess has, so far, been in the latter.

But believe me when I say that is changing.

For my conversations with the managements of certain niche defence stocks has given me more insights into cutting edge technology, than the bluechip IT majors ever did.

Don't get me wrong. Technologies like blockchain, artificial intelligence (AI) and IoT are being widely adopted by Indian companies.

And that's an encouraging sign!

But to discover the hidden, next generation technology revolution, you must take a look at defence businesses.

It would be a mistake to assume that most defence companies in India, being government owned, have little to do with technology.

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Rather a handful of private sector companies, with interests in defence, are investing heavily in defence tech startups.

The most luring of the new defence technologies, is the drone revolution.

In India alone it could be a 4x opportunity within few years.

And if India gets anywhere close to China in drone manufacturing, the growth could be 14x.

Plus, that's nothing to do with India's chances of getting into a war.

War or no war, the drones are here to stay. They can be modified to use every kind of commercial purpose from ecommerce deliveries to wedding photography. So, drone manufacturing is ready to take off.

Sensing the opportunity, the government recently set up a Directorate to manage India's drone ecosystem.

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And like my colleague Rahul Shah put it, the next batch of multibaggers could literally drop from the sky!

So, do not look for signs of next tech breakthrough from India's IT behemoths.

Rather keep your eyes peeled for the hidden multibagger drone stocks.

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Tanushree Banerjee
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Equitymaster Agora Research Private Limited (Research Analyst)

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4 Responses to "Not Infosys or Wipro. India's Next Wealth Creators Could Be Drone Stocks"

Hasmukh shah

Dec 3, 2020

Would like to know the drone stock

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K.M.JAFFER

Dec 3, 2020

drone stok

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Vinod Bakshi

Nov 28, 2020

Drones and remote sensing is the way of the future which is here today. We have a long way to go in the absence of any strategic thinking among the powers that be so far to catch up but my gut feeling is that we have no option now except to motivate our own industry to meet our requirements moving away from imports. The govt has to open up the sector allowing civilian private organisations to innovate. Our market is huge and so is the export potential. I am just a layman so look forward to being given the rationale for investing in any of the stocks recommended by Equitymaster.

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Jaibhagwan tyagi

Nov 25, 2020

I am o. K. I wish to undergo short training programe on share trading

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