Analysis of the US Government Commercial Satellite Market

Government Spending Remains Strong Despite Decreased Military Activity

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Although the United States is spending less on military activities, spending on satellite communications continues to increase at a steady rate. This is due to the continued need to retain communications, operate UAVs, and monitor locations on a global level. Additionally, the US government continues to use more satellite bandwidth within North America for training and backup purposes. This study analyses the US government commercial satellite market, providing a look at the trends affecting adoption/use of satellite communications, including regional hot spots of political and military concern. A market share and competitive analysis identifies key satellite providers and their roles in the market. Market forecasts span 2015 to 2020.

Table of Contents

1. Executive Summary
Key Findings - Total Government Commercial Satellite Market
Market Engineering Measurements, US, 2014
CEO’s Perspective
2. Market Overview
Introduction
Satellite Frequency Bands and Typical Uses
Ku-band
Ka-band
C-band
S- and L-bands
X-band
Major Types of Commercial Satellite Services Used by the US Military And Government
Fixed Satellite Services (FSS)
Major Defence Contractors
Mobile Satellite Service (MSS)
Systems Integration and End-to-End Hardware Software and Services
3. External Challenges: Drivers and Restraints— Total Government Commercial Satellite Market
Key Market Drivers, US, 2015–2020
The US government
Economic and political tensions
Intelligence gathering
UAVs continue to grow in importance for the US military
High bandwidth capabilities
Key Market Restraints, US, 2015–2020
Alternative technologies
Many government and military contracts
The military
Demand for information gathering
4. Forecast and Trends—Total Government Commercial Satellite Market
Unit Shipment and Revenue Forecast, US, 2014–2020
Military and Government Revenue Forecast Breakout, US, 2014–2020
DISA and non-DISA Revenue Forecast Breakout, US, 2014–2020
5. Market Share and Competitive Analysis—Total Government Commercial Satellite Market
Competitive Analysis—Market Share
Percent of Revenue, US, 2014
Competitive Environment
Competitive Structure, US, 2014
Competitive Factors and Assessment
6. Regional Analysis
Regions of Political and Military Concern
North America Analysis
APAC Analysis
Middle East Analysis
Latin America Analysis
Africa Analysis
Europe Analysis
7. The Last Word
Predictions
Market Methodology
Legal Disclaimer
8. Appendix
Market Measurements, US, 2014
Learn More—Next Steps

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List of Figures & Charts

1. Satellite Frequency Bands and its Bandwidth
2. Total Government Commercial Satellite Market: Key Market Drivers, US, 2015–2020
3. Total Government Commercial Satellite Market: Key Market Restraints, US, 2015–2020
4. Total Government Commercial Satellite Market: Competitive Structure, US, 2014
5. Total Government Commercial Satellite Market: Market Engineering Measurements, US, 2014


1. Total Government Commercial Satellite Market: Market Engineering Measurements, US, 2014
2. Total Government Commercial Satellite Market: Unit Shipment and Revenue Forecast, US, 2014–2020
3. Total Government Commercial Satellite Market: Military and Government Revenue Forecast Breakout, US, 2014–2020
4. Total Government Commercial Satellite Market: DISA and non-DISA Revenue Forecast Breakout, US, 2014–2020
5. Total Government Commercial Satellite Market: Percent of Revenue, US, 2014



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