An aerostat is essentially an aerodynamically shaped balloon that is tethered to the ground. They are made of large fabric envelopes filled with helium or hot air and have an optimal reach of around 4,600 m in height. Aerostat systems are used for various applications, including information gathering, surveillance and scientific research. They are durable, eco-friendly and cost-effective, as well as have high structural integrity. According to Renub Research, Aerostat Systems Market is projected to reach US$ 21.26 Billion by 2027.