Global Navigation Satellite Systems and Vulnerabilities, 2016

Global Navigation Satellite Systems and Vulnerabilities, 2016

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Frost & Sullivan estimates that by the end of 2017 there will be close to 6 billion devices worldwide that will utilize GNSS data in some form or fashion. This number could rise to almost 8.5 billion by 2021 as more of the populace purchases devices that in, some manner, use position and timing information. The largest installed base for GNSS downstream services is smartphones, which according to some estimates accounts for 44% of the global population, and this number is on track to rise to 60% by 2022. However, GNSS data is impacting much more than smartphones; a number of other industries, such as agriculture, transportation, and recreation, just to name a few, are realizing the possible return on investment this data stream can provide.

Table of Contents

Key Findings

Market Definitions

Satellite-based Augmentation Systems

GNSS Infrastructure

BeiDou

CYGNSS

Galileo

GLONASS

GPS

IRNSS

QZSS

Market Trends Affected by GNSS

GNSS Vulnerabilities

Growth Opportunity 1—New Evolving GNSS

Growth Opportunity 2—Road User Charging

Strategic Imperatives for GNSS Service Providers

Agriculture

Defense

Health and Recreation

Transportation

Transportation (continued)

Other Market Segments Affected by GNSS

The Last Word—3 Big Predictions

Legal Disclaimer

The Frost & Sullivan Story

Value Proposition: Future of Your Company & Career

Global Perspective

Industry Convergence

360º Research Perspective

Implementation Excellence

Our Blue Ocean Strategy

Frost & Sullivan estimates that by the end of 2017 there will be close to 6 billion devices worldwide that will utilize GNSS data in some form or fashion. This number could rise to almost 8.5 billion by 2021 as more of the populace purchases devices that in, some manner, use position and timing information. The largest installed base for GNSS downstream services is smartphones, which according to some estimates accounts for 44% of the global population, and this number is on track to rise to 60% by 2022. However, GNSS data is impacting much more than smartphones; a number of other industries, such as agriculture, transportation, and recreation, just to name a few, are realizing the possible return on investment this data stream can provide.
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