The activities carried out during the feasibility study included: 1) Technical analysis: the Autoflymap service was analyzed in 3 application sectors, through discussion with potential users, identifying for each case the needs, the typical service required by the client, the frequency of the service, the price acceptable by the client and the advantages compared to benchmark. The 3 sectors are: Hydroelectric plants for the inspection of penstock i.e. the pipes that carry water down from the hydroelectric reservoir to the turbines inside the actual power station; Mining for the inspection of ore passes, i.e. the vertical or near-vertical openings which are created during underground mining operations to transfer materials between different ground levels; Construction for the inspection of tunnels both during the construction and operation phases, in order to detect anomalies, such as cracks, deformations, movements or water leakage, and to ascertain the stability of the tunnel structures so that necessary maintenance can be carried out. 2) Market analysis and business plan: the available market in the 3 sectors analyzed was carried out; in addition, for each sector the most relevant clients to be addressed for market access were identified. The pay-as-you-go service Business Model for autonomous inspection and 3D mapping through aerial-robots-based was confirmed. The economic/financial plan of the initiative was defined, considering the average use case per client and estimating the market penetration in the first 5 years after launch of the service.