Global Satellite Launch Database, 2020-2040

Global Satellite Launch Database, 2020-2040

A Consolidated Database of Launched Satellites and Satellite Launch Services Demand Forecast Until 2040 with Interactive Output

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21-Dec-2020
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Global
Research Code: MF97-01-00-00-00
SKU: AE01448-GL-MT_25081

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Small satellite constellations that were successfully launched and are now operational have established proof of concept and new business models for the space ecosystem. These developments have made the industry attractive to several stakeholders, specifically the non-space crowd; they are keen to address challenges across use cases, particularly, cross-industry geospatial intelligence, IoT, and connectivity requirements. Satellite operators have expanded their roles to become satellite manufacturers and downstream service providers.

Technological advancement has allowed 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 the majority of satellite constellations focusing on earth observations and communication missions. The majority of these constellations are in LEO, while some are in MEO. Service providers are now promising significant increase in coverage at lower cost and low latency for communication and higher resolution and increased revisit frequency for earth observation constellations. This indicates a downward utilization trend for large satellites, as small GEO is the new rising trend, in addition to LEO-based constellations. Frost & Sullivan brings to you a unique solution that analyzes such phenomenal changes and breaks down the overall satellite launch services market for the space industry stakeholders.

The database offers operator-wise planned and launched satellites (2015 and later), covers more than 470 operators across various user segments, and offers interactive output of number of satellites, launch payload mass, and launch demand revenue forecast segmented by user, application, operator region, and mass class.

In addition to complex queries about past and future satellite launches, the database specifically addresses two top-of-mind questions.
• How many Earth observation satellites will be launched during the 2020–2040 time period?
• What is the projected launch revenue for the 2020–2040 time period, based on the launch demand from commercial satellite operators in 150–500Kg mass class?

The database is segmented as shown below.
• User segment includes commercial, civil government, military, non-profit consortium, and non-profit organization (applicable for both past launches and forecasts).
• Mass class includes <1Kg, 1–10 Kg, 10–150Kg, 150–150Kg, and >500Kg.
• Mission objective includes communication, EO, navigation, scientific, technology, and other objectives.
• Operator region includes Africa, Asia-Pacific (APAC), Central Asia, Europe, Latin America, Middle East, North America, and Global.
• Satellite orbit includes LEO, MEO, SSO, and others (applicable for past launches only).
• Launch country includes China, France, India, Iran, Israel, Japan, Kazakhstan, New Zealand, North Korea, Russia, and the United States (applicable for past launches only).
• Forecasts include conservative, reference, and optimistic scenarios, based on operator maturity.

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Small satellite constellations that were successfully launched and are now operational have established proof of concept and new business models for the space ecosystem. These developments have made the industry attractive to several stakeholders, specifically the non-space crowd; they are keen to address challenges across use cases, particularly, cross-industry geospatial intelligence, IoT, and connectivity requirements. Satellite operators have expanded their roles to become satellite manufacturers and downstream service providers. Technological advancement has allowed 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 the majority of satellite constellations focusing on earth observations and communication missions. The majority of these constellations are in LEO, while some are in MEO. Service providers are now promising significant increase in coverage at lower cost and low latency for communication and higher resolution and increased revisit frequency for earth observation constellations. This indicates a downward utilization trend for large satellites, as small GEO is the new rising trend, in addition to LEO-based constellations. Frost & Sullivan brings to you a unique solution that analyzes such phenomenal changes and breaks down the overall satellite launch services market for the space industry stakeholders. The database offers operator-wise planned and launched satellites (2015 and later), covers more than 470 operators across various user segments, and offers interactive output of number of satellites, launch payload mass, and launch demand revenue forecast segmented by user, application, operator region, and mass class. In addition to complex queries about past and future satellite launches, the database specifically addresses two top-of-mind questions. • How many Earth observation satellites will be launched during the 2020–2040 time period? • What is the projected launch revenue for the 2020–2040 time period, based on the launch demand from commercial satellite operators in 150–500Kg mass class? The database is segmented as shown below. • User segment includes commercial, civil government, military, non-profit consortium, and non-profit organization (applicable for both past launches and forecasts). • Mass class includes <1Kg, 1–10 Kg, 10–150Kg, 150–150Kg, and >500Kg. • Mission objective includes communication, EO, navigation, scientific, technology, and other objectives. • Operator region includes Africa, Asia-Pacific (APAC), Central Asia, Europe, Latin America, Middle East, North America, and Global. • Satellite orbit includes LEO, MEO, SSO, and others (applicable for past launches only). • Launch country includes China, France, India, Iran, Israel, Japan, Kazakhstan, New Zealand, North Korea, Russia, and the United States (applicable for past launches only). • Forecasts include conservative, reference, and optimistic scenarios, based on operator maturity.
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Author Prachi Kawade
Industries Aerospace, Defence and Security
WIP Number MF97-01-00-00-00
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