Global Satellite Manufacturing Growth Opportunities

Global Satellite Manufacturing Growth Opportunities

An Exhaustive Database Providing Growth Pipeline for Satellite, Component and Satellite System Manufacturers Consisting of Forecast for 44 Components, 12 Subsystems and Total Satellite Manufacturing Markets Until 2030

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16-Jun-2021
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Global
Research Code: MG00-01-00-00-00
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The high demand for satellite manufacturing is the direct result of the increase in the number of satellite launches and increase in number of planned constellations. This has resulted in Serial production of satellites. The overall growth in the satellite manufacturing market has spurred the demand for satellite subsystem and component manufacturing. This database covers the 2020–2030 time period.

The database covers about 618 operators from various user segments and documents operator-wise planned and launched satellites (since 2015) by various attributes. The database offers interactive output for total market demand. in terms of number of satellites, number of subsystems, and number of components, in addition to revenue forecast segmented by user segment, application, operator region, and mass class.

The database answers complex questions pertaining to the overall satellite manufacturing, satellite subsystem manufacturing, and component manufacturing; for instance, what is the demand for manufacturing satellites in the 250–350 Kg mass class in North America?

The major segmentations/filters are as follows:
1. User segment: commercial, civil government, military, nonprofit consortium, and nonprofit organization
2. Mass Class: 0–15 Kg; 15–30 Kg; 30–45 Kg; 45–75 Kg; 75–150 Kg; 150–250 Kg; 250–350 Kg; 350–500 Kg; 500–1000 Kg; 1000–1500 Kg; 1500–2000 Kg; 2000–2500 Kg; and 2500–10000 Kg satellites
3. Application: communication, EO, navigation, scientific, technology, and others
4. Operator region: Africa, Asia-Pacific (APAC), Central Asia, Europe, Latin America, Middle East, and North America
5. Satellite Orbit: LEO, MEO, SSO, and others (applicable for past launches alone)
6. Country: Denmark, Finland, the United States, Italy, Poland, Singapore, Japan, Spain, Kazakhstan, Algeria, Russia, Iran, Germany, Switzerland, Malaysia, Belarus, Israel, Venezuela (Bolivarian Republic of), Brazil, China, Canada, the United Kingdom, Republic of Korea, France, India, Greece, Philippines, Ecuador, UAE, Bulgaria, Europe, Austria, Australia, Colombia, Thailand, Turkey, Netherlands, Saudi Arabia, Democratic People's Republic of Korea, Sweden, Indonesia, Taiwan, Ukraine, Norway, Peru, Jordan, Argentina, South Africa, Slovakia, Pakistan, Belgium, Chile, Latvia, Lithuania, Vietnam, Czech Republic, Luxembourg, Laos, Mexico, Turkmenistan, Bermuda, Morocco, Bangladesh, Azerbaijan, Qatar, Sudan, Egypt, Hungary, Rwanda, Ethiopia, and Portugal
7. Scenario: conservative, reference, and optimistic scenarios based on operators’ maturity (applicable for forecasts alone)
8. Subsystem: AOCS, communication, data handling, de-orbiting, integration     mechanism, payload, power, propulsion, structure, systems engineering/ program management, testing, thermal, launch interface, on board computer
9. Components: actuators, adapter, antenna, aocs board, associated electronics, battery, brackets, deployable mechanisms,     drag sails, earth sensor, electric heater, frame, fuel tank, GPS, gyro, heat exchanger, heat pipes, launch interface, magnetometer, magnetotorquer, modem/associated electronics, outer panels, oxidizer tank, passive (insulation/heat sink), payload adapter, power electronics, processor hardware, processor software, pumps, radiator, receiver, router, solar arrays, star sensor, steering mechanisms     ,sun sensor, temperature sensors, thermoelectric coolers, thruster, transceiver, transmitter, tray/internal panel, tubes/hoses, valves, wheels

Author: Prachi Kawade

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Global Satellite Manufacturing Market Forecast

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The high demand for satellite manufacturing is the direct result of the increase in the number of satellite launches and increase in number of planned constellations. This has resulted in Serial production of satellites. The overall growth in the satellite manufacturing market has spurred the demand for satellite subsystem and component manufacturing. This database covers the 2020–2030 time period. The database covers about 618 operators from various user segments and documents operator-wise planned and launched satellites (since 2015) by various attributes. The database offers interactive output for total market demand. in terms of number of satellites, number of subsystems, and number of components, in addition to revenue forecast segmented by user segment, application, operator region, and mass class. The database answers complex questions pertaining to the overall satellite manufacturing, satellite subsystem manufacturing, and component manufacturing; for instance, what is the demand for manufacturing satellites in the 250–350 Kg mass class in North America? The major segmentations/filters are as follows: 1. User segment: commercial, civil government, military, nonprofit consortium, and nonprofit organization 2. Mass Class: 0–15 Kg; 15–30 Kg; 30–45 Kg; 45–75 Kg; 75–150 Kg; 150–250 Kg; 250–350 Kg; 350–500 Kg; 500–1000 Kg; 1000–1500 Kg; 1500–2000 Kg; 2000–2500 Kg; and 2500–10000 Kg satellites 3. Application: communication, EO, navigation, scientific, technology, and others 4. Operator region: Africa, Asia-Pacific (APAC), Central Asia, Europe, Latin America, Middle East, and North America 5. Satellite Orbit: LEO, MEO, SSO, and others (applicable for past launches alone) 6. Country: Denmark, Finland, the United States, Italy, Poland, Singapore, Japan, Spain, Kazakhstan, Algeria, Russia, Iran, Germany, Switzerland, Malaysia, Belarus, Israel, Venezuela (Bolivarian Republic of), Brazil, China, Canada, the United Kingdom, Republic of Korea, France, India, Greece, Philippines, Ecuador, UAE, Bulgaria, Europe, Austria, Australia, Colombia, Thailand, Turkey, Netherlands, Saudi Arabia, Democratic People's Republic of Korea, Sweden, Indonesia, Taiwan, Ukraine, Norway, Peru, Jordan, Argentina, South Africa, Slovakia, Pakistan, Belgium, Chile, Latvia, Lithuania, Vietnam, Czech Republic, Luxembourg, Laos, Mexico, Turkmenistan, Bermuda, Morocco, Bangladesh, Azerbaijan, Qatar, Sudan, Egypt, Hungary, Rwanda, Ethiopia, and Portugal 7. Scenario: conservative, reference, and optimistic scenarios based on operators maturity (applicable for forecasts alone) 8. Subsystem: AOCS, communication, data handling, de-orbiting, integration mechanism, payload, power, propulsion, structure, systems engineering/ program management, testing, thermal, launch interface, on board computer 9. Components: actuators, adapter, antenna, aocs board, associated electronics, battery, brackets, deployable mechanisms, drag sails, earth sensor, electric heater, frame, fuel tank, GPS, gyro, heat exchanger, heat pipes, launch interface, magnetometer, magnetotorquer, modem/associated electronics, outer panels, oxidizer tank, passive (insulation/heat sink), payload adapter, power electronics, processor hardware, processor software, pumps, radiator, receiver, router, solar arrays, star sensor, steering mechanisms ,sun sensor, temperature sensors, thermoelectric coolers, thruster, transceiver, transmitter, tray/internal panel, tubes/hoses, valves, wheels Author: Prachi Kawade
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