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Analysis of the US Government Commercial Satellite Market

Government Spending Remains Strong Despite Decreased Military Activity

  • Research Code : NFB3-01-00-00-00
  • SKU : TE00429-NA-MR_02082
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  • Release Date : 30-Dec-2015
  • Region : North America
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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.
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