Global Space Industry Ecosystem Database, 2021

Global Space Industry Ecosystem Database, 2021

An Exhaustive Consolidated Database of Industry Participants with Key Indicators, Strategic Relationships, and Organisation Roles

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26-Oct-2021
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Global
Research Code: ME13-01-00-00-00
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The global space industry has been expanding with the entry of new participants and non-space companies that are extending their roles to cater to both the upstream and the downstream segments. The upstream segment is expanding exponentially and is seeing successful launches by low earth orbit (LEO) satellite constellation operators as well as planned launches. This increase in demand is driving the need for the serial production of satellites and launch vehicles. Important participants such as OneWeb and Starlink have proprietary manufacturing facilities, indicating the vertical integration of their role across the value chain. A similar trend is being observed in the development of launch vehicles. Most companies participate in the downstream segment and offer tailored solutions that utilize AI and ML, thereby allowing end users to employ data for decision-making, without needing additional skills for data interpretation. A steep rise in investments is being observed across both space and non-space investors. Frost & Sullivan has documented about 6,174 organizations by country and by region. It has identified multiple roles and sub-roles across the space ecosystem, including the following:

Role Sub-role:

Consultancy Downstream Satellite Services
Consultancy Ground Services
Consultancy Launch Vehicle Support Services
Consultancy Space Support
Integrator Launch Vehicle Systems
Integrator Satellite Systems
Manufacturer Ground Stations
Manufacturer Launch Vehicles
Manufacturer Launch Vehicle Components
Manufacturer Launch Vehicle Systems
Manufacturer Satellites
Manufacturer Satellite Components
Manufacturer Satellite Systems
Other Deep Space Mission Operations
Other Deep Space Applications
Other Deep Space Technologies
Other Launch Service Resellers
Other Universities
Service Provider Downstream Communications
Service Provider Downstream EO
Service Provider Downstream Navigation
Service Provider Downstream Others
Service Provider Downstream Software
Service Provider In-orbit Servicing
Service Provider Debris Monitoring and Management
Service Provider De-orbiting
Service Provider Launch Vehicles
Service Provider Orbital Tourism
Service Provider Satellites
Service Provider Satellite Operators
Service Provider Sub-orbital Tourism
Service Provider Upstream Software
Trader Downstream Satellite Services
Trader Ground Station Equipment
Trader Satellite Systems
Government Space Agency In-house Manufacturing
Government Space Agency Regulatory
Government Space Agency Primary Operators
Government Space Agency Advisory

Key organization indicators such as raised capital, employee count, and revenue are documented for each organization. In addition, strategic relationships such as investors, mergers and acquisitions, and holding companies are documented.

What makes Frost & Sullivan databases unique? Frost & Sullivan provides one of the longest market segmentation chains in this industry. It conducts detailed market positioning, product positioning, and competitive positioning. Entry strategies, gaps, and opportunities are identified for all stakeholders.

A comprehensive analysis has been performed for the following sectors: pharmaceuticals, medical devices, biotechnology, semiconductors and electronics, aerospace and defense, energy and power supplies, food and beverage, chemicals, advanced materials, industrial automation, telecom, and IT. Frost & Sullivan also analyzes retailers and super-retailers, technology partners, and R&D companies.

Author: Prachi Kawade

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Global Space Industry Ecosystem Database 2021

  • Global Space Industry Ecosystem Database 2021
The global space industry has been expanding with the entry of new participants and non-space companies that are extending their roles to cater to both the upstream and the downstream segments. The upstream segment is expanding exponentially and is seeing successful launches by low earth orbit (LEO) satellite constellation operators as well as planned launches. This increase in demand is driving the need for the serial production of satellites and launch vehicles. Important participants such as OneWeb and Starlink have proprietary manufacturing facilities, indicating the vertical integration of their role across the value chain. A similar trend is being observed in the development of launch vehicles. Most companies participate in the downstream segment and offer tailored solutions that utilize AI and ML, thereby allowing end users to employ data for decision-making, without needing additional skills for data interpretation. A steep rise in investments is being observed across both space and non-space investors. Frost & Sullivan has documented about 6,174 organizations by country and by region. It has identified multiple roles and sub-roles across the space ecosystem, including the following: Role Sub-role: Consultancy Downstream Satellite Services Consultancy Ground Services Consultancy Launch Vehicle Support Services Consultancy Space Support Integrator Launch Vehicle Systems Integrator Satellite Systems Manufacturer Ground Stations Manufacturer Launch Vehicles Manufacturer Launch Vehicle Components Manufacturer Launch Vehicle Systems Manufacturer Satellites Manufacturer Satellite Components Manufacturer Satellite Systems Other Deep Space Mission Operations Other Deep Space Applications Other Deep Space Technologies Other Launch Service Resellers Other Universities Service Provider Downstream Communications Service Provider Downstream EO Service Provider Downstream Navigation Service Provider Downstream Others Service Provider Downstream Software Service Provider In-orbit Servicing Service Provider Debris Monitoring and Management Service Provider De-orbiting Service Provider Launch Vehicles Service Provider Orbital Tourism Service Provider Satellites Service Provider Satellite Operators Service Provider Sub-orbital Tourism Service Provider Upstream Software Trader Downstream Satellite Services Trader Ground Station Equipment Trader Satellite Systems Government Space Agency In-house Manufacturing Government Space Agency Regulatory Government Space Agency Primary Operators Government Space Agency Advisory Key organization indicators such as raised capital, employee count, and revenue are documented for each organization. In addition, strategic relationships such as investors, mergers and acquisitions, and holding companies are documented. What makes Frost & Sullivan databases unique Frost & Sullivan provides one of the longest market segmentation chains in this industry. It conducts detailed market positioning, product positioning, and competitive positioning. Entry strategies, gaps, and opportunities are identified for all stakeholders. A comprehensive analysis has been performed for the following sectors: pharmaceuticals, medical devices, biotechnology, semiconductors and electronics, aerospace and defense, energy and power supplies, food and beverage, chemicals, advanced materials, industrial automation, telecom, and IT. Frost & Sullivan also analyzes retailers and super-retailers, technology partners, and R&D companies. Author: Prachi Kawade
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Author Prachi Kawade
Industries Aerospace, Defence and Security
WIP Number ME13-01-00-00-00
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GPS Codes 9000-A1