Global Satellite Database and Launch Demand, Forecast to 2030

Global Satellite Database and Launch Demand, Forecast to 2030

An Exhaustive Consolidated Database of Launched Satellites & Interactive Outputs Including Small-satellite Forecast until 2030

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11-Dec-2019
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Global
Research Code: MF15-01-00-00-00
SKU: AE01377-GL-MR_23873

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Advances in technology have allowed the miniaturization of satellites to the extent that their application can be extended beyond technology demonstration missions. This has led to expansion of the small satellite market segment with a majority of satellite constellations focusing on earth observations and communication missions. Many of these constellations are in LEO and some of them in MEO. The service providers are promising significant increase in coverage at lower cost and low latency for communication and higher resolution and increased re-visit frequency in case of earth observation constellations. This indicates a downtrend for utilization of large satellites, as small GEO is the new rising trend in the market, in addition to LEO-based constellations. These phenomenal changes in the market definitely demand an analysis of the past and present state of the market to forecast the future demand. Frost & Sullivan brings to you a unique solution to fulfil this requirement for space industry stakeholders interested in understanding the overall satellite market.
The database includes details of operator-wise planned and launched satellites (post 2015) across different attributes. A little over 450 operators across different user segments are covered in the database. Interactive outputs in terms of number of satellites, launch payload mass, and launch demand revenue forecasts segmented across various user segments, satellite category, mission objective, operator region & country, orbit, launch country & launch service provider, mass class, new/replacement satellites, and forecast scenarios.
The database is capable of answering complex questions regarding the overall satellite past launches and launch demand forecast till 2033. For example:
1.     How many technology demonstration satellites were launched post 2015 using European launch vehicles?
2.     What is the projected launch revenue for the period 2019-2033, based on the launch demand for commercial satellite operators of North American origin, for replacement missions segmented by user segment?
And many more..
The major segmentations/filters are as follows:
1.     User segment: Includes Commercial, Civil Government, Military, Non-profit consortium, and Non-profit organization. (Applicable for both past launches and forecasts)
2.     Satellite Category: Includes pico (<1Kg) nano (1-15 Kg), micro (15-75Kg), mini (75-150Kg), small (150-500Kg), large (>500Kg) satellites. (Applicable for both past launches and forecasts)
3.     Mission Objective: Includes Communication, EO, Navigation, Scientific, Technology, and Others (Applicable for both past launches and forecasts)
4.     Operator’s region: Includes Africa, APAC (Asia-Pacific), Central Asia, Europe, Latin America, Middle East, North America, and Global (Applicable for both past launches and forecasts)
5.     Operator Country: Includes China, Germany, Japan, Russia, UK, USA, etc. (Applicable for both past launches and forecasts)
6.     Satellite Orbit: Includes LEO, MEO, SSO, and Others(Applicable for past launches only)
7.     Launch Country: Includes China, France, India, Iran, Israel, Japan, Kazakhstan, New Zealand, North Korea, Russia, & USA. (Applicable for past launches only)
8.     Mass Class: 0-1 Kg, 1-15 Kg, 15-75Kg, 75-150Kg, 150-500Kg, and >500 Kg (Applicable for forecasts only)
9.     Scenario: Low, Mid, and High scenarios based on operators’ maturity (Applicable for forecasts only)

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Advances in technology have allowed the miniaturization of satellites to the extent that their application can be extended beyond technology demonstration missions. This has led to expansion of the small satellite market segment with a majority of satellite constellations focusing on earth observations and communication missions. Many of these constellations are in LEO and some of them in MEO. The service providers are promising significant increase in coverage at lower cost and low latency for communication and higher resolution and increased re-visit frequency in case of earth observation constellations. This indicates a downtrend for utilization of large satellites, as small GEO is the new rising trend in the market, in addition to LEO-based constellations. These phenomenal changes in the market definitely demand an analysis of the past and present state of the market to forecast the future demand. Frost & Sullivan brings to you a unique solution to fulfil this requirement for space industry stakeholders interested in understanding the overall satellite market. The database includes details of operator-wise planned and launched satellites (post 2015) across different attributes. A little over 450 operators across different user segments are covered in the database. Interactive outputs in terms of number of satellites, launch payload mass, and launch demand revenue forecasts segmented across various user segments, satellite category, mission objective, operator region & country, orbit, launch country & launch service provider, mass class, new/replacement satellites, and forecast scenarios. The database is capable of answering complex questions regarding the overall satellite past launches and launch demand forecast till 2033. For example: 1. How many technology demonstration satellites were launched post 2015 using European launch vehicles? 2. What is the projected launch revenue for the period 2019-2033, based on the launch demand for commercial satellite operators of North American origin, for replacement missions segmented by user segment? And many more.. The major segmentations/filters are as follows: 1. User segment: Includes Commercial, Civil Government, Military, Non-profit consortium, and Non-profit organization. (Applicable for both past launches and forecasts) 2. Satellite Category: Includes pico (<1Kg) nano (1-15 Kg), micro (15-75Kg), mini (75-150Kg), small (150-500Kg), large (>500Kg) satellites. (Applicable for both past launches and forecasts) 3. Mission Objective: Includes Communication, EO, Navigation, Scientific, Technology, and Others (Applicable for both past launches and forecasts) 4. Operators region: Includes Africa, APAC (Asia-Pacific), Central Asia, Europe, Latin America, Middle East, North America, and Global (Applicable for both past launches and forecasts) 5. Operator Country: Includes China, Germany, Japan, Russia, UK, USA, etc. (Applicable for both past launches and forecasts) 6. Satellite Orbit: Includes LEO, MEO, SSO, and Others(Applicable for past launches only) 7. Launch Country: Includes China, France, India, Iran, Israel, Japan, Kazakhstan, New Zealand, North Korea, Russia, & USA. (Applicable for past launches only) 8. Mass Class: 0-1 Kg, 1-15 Kg, 15-75Kg, 75-150Kg, 150-500Kg, and >500 Kg (Applicable for forecasts only) 9. Scenario: Low, Mid, and High scenarios based on operators maturity (Applicable for forecasts only)
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