Global Small-Satellite Database and Launch Demand, Forecast to 2030

Global Small-Satellite Database and Launch Demand, Forecast to 2030

An exhaustive database of launched Small-satellites & interactive outputs including small-satellite forecast until 2030

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14-Feb-2019
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Global
Research Code: 9831-00-52-00-00
SKU: AE01328-GL-MR_22865

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The space industry is transitioning, especially with growth in the development of small satellites capabilities. New entrants are revolutionizing the space ecosystem, attracting investments from the government and private ventures. Low-cost satellites, with its proven technological and economical capabilities have attracted existing space players to invest in the small satellite value chain. The current momentum in the industry is defined by innovative business models, technical advancements in existing small satellite, new space technologies that can capture the market, real-time innovations, budget realization, and partnerships with other stakeholders in the small satellite value chain. It becomes ideally important to analyze the past and the current state of the small satellite market and address future demand in the small satellite value chain. Frost & Sullivan has created this unique solution for space industry stakeholders looking for details of small-satellites.

The database includes post-2015, operator-wise details on planned and launched satellites, across different attributes. The database covers more than 300 satellite operators across user segments. It also include an interactive output where a user can generate/view launched number of satellites, launched payload mass and demand forecasts for number of satellite launches, payload mass launch, and launch demand revenue forecast output segmented by user segment, satellite category, mission objective, operator region, operator country, orbit, launch country, launch service provider, deployment, mass class, new/replacement missions and forecast scenarios. The small-satellite database is the first of its kind in the market as it allows a user to generate/view output across various segments as is suitable to their businesses.

The database seeks to answer complex questions regarding the small-satellite past launches and the launch demand forecast until 2030.
1.     How many university satellites of nano-satellite category, for Earth Observation (EO) application were launched after 2015 using USA launch vehicles?
2.     What is the projected launch revenue for the period 2019 to 2030, based on the launch demand for commercial satellites operators from Europe origin, for replacement missions segmented by satellite mass class?

The major segmentations/filters are:
1.     User Segment: commercial, civil government, military, non-profit consortium & non-profit organization (applicable to both past launches and forecasts)
2.     Satellite Category: nano (<10Kg), micro (10–150Kg), and mini (>150Kg) satellites (applicable to both past launches and forecasts)
3.     Mission Objective: communication, EO, navigation, scientific, technology & others (applicable to both past launches and forecasts)
4.     Operator’s Region: Africa, Asia-Pacific (APAC), Central Asia, Europe, Latin America, Middle East, North America, and Global (applicable to both past launches and forecasts)
5.     Operator Country: China, Germany, Japan, Russia, UK, USA, and Rest of World (applicable to both past launches and forecasts)
6.     Satellite Orbit: LEO, MEO, SSO, and others (applicable to past launches alone)
7.     Launch Country: China, France, India, Iran, Israel, Japan, Kazakhstan, New Zealand, North Korea, Russia, and USA (applicable to past launches alone)
8.     Launch Service Providers (LSP): CASC, ISRO, MHI, Orbital ATK, Rocket Lab, Roscosmos, SpaceX, ULA, and others (applicable to past launches alone)
9.     Deployment: Aggiesat-4, ISS, Kaitou-1, Launch Vehicle, Luliang-1, Nanoracks, Naxing-2, NUDT-Phone-Sat, Tiangong 2 Space Station, TuPod, and Ultrasat (applicable to past launches only)
10.     Mass Class: 0–15 Kg, 15–75 Kg, 75–150 Kg, 150–250 Kg, and 250–500 Kg (applicable to forecasts only)
11.     Mission Type: new installation and replacement missions (applicable to forecasts only)
12.     Scenario: low, mid and high scenarios based on operators’ maturity (applicable to forecasts only)

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Small-Satellite Database & Launch Demand Forecast

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The space industry is transitioning, especially with growth in the development of small satellites capabilities. New entrants are revolutionizing the space ecosystem, attracting investments from the government and private ventures. Low-cost satellites, with its proven technological and economical capabilities have attracted existing space players to invest in the small satellite value chain. The current momentum in the industry is defined by innovative business models, technical advancements in existing small satellite, new space technologies that can capture the market, real-time innovations, budget realization, and partnerships with other stakeholders in the small satellite value chain. It becomes ideally important to analyze the past and the current state of the small satellite market and address future demand in the small satellite value chain. Frost & Sullivan has created this unique solution for space industry stakeholders looking for details of small-satellites. The database includes post-2015, operator-wise details on planned and launched satellites, across different attributes. The database covers more than 300 satellite operators across user segments. It also include an interactive output where a user can generate/view launched number of satellites, launched payload mass and demand forecasts for number of satellite launches, payload mass launch, and launch demand revenue forecast output segmented by user segment, satellite category, mission objective, operator region, operator country, orbit, launch country, launch service provider, deployment, mass class, new/replacement missions and forecast scenarios. The small-satellite database is the first of its kind in the market as it allows a user to generate/view output across various segments as is suitable to their businesses. The database seeks to answer complex questions regarding the small-satellite past launches and the launch demand forecast until 2030. 1. How many university satellites of nano-satellite category, for Earth Observation (EO) application were launched after 2015 using USA launch vehicles? 2. What is the projected launch revenue for the period 2019 to 2030, based on the launch demand for commercial satellites operators from Europe origin, for replacement missions segmented by satellite mass class? The major segmentations/filters are: 1. User Segment: commercial, civil government, military, non-profit consortium & non-profit organization (applicable to both past launches and forecasts) 2. Satellite Category: nano (<10Kg), micro (10–150Kg), and mini (>150Kg) satellites (applicable to both past launches and forecasts) 3. Mission Objective: communication, EO, navigation, scientific, technology & others (applicable to both past launches and forecasts) 4. Operators Region: Africa, Asia-Pacific (APAC), Central Asia, Europe, Latin America, Middle East, North America, and Global (applicable to both past launches and forecasts) 5. Operator Country: China, Germany, Japan, Russia, UK, USA, and Rest of World (applicable to both past launches and forecasts) 6. Satellite Orbit: LEO, MEO, SSO, and others (applicable to past launches alone) 7. Launch Country: China, France, India, Iran, Israel, Japan, Kazakhstan, New Zealand, North Korea, Russia, and USA (applicable to past launches alone) 8. Launch Service Providers (LSP): CASC, ISRO, MHI, Orbital ATK, Rocket Lab, Roscosmos, SpaceX, ULA, and others (applicable to past launches alone) 9. Deployment: Aggiesat-4, ISS, Kaitou-1, Launch Vehicle, Luliang-1, Nanoracks, Naxing-2, NUDT-Phone-Sat, Tiangong 2 Space Station, TuPod, and Ultrasat (applicable to past launches only) 10. Mass Class: 0–15 Kg, 15–75 Kg, 75–150 Kg, 150–250 Kg, and 250–500 Kg (applicable to forecasts only) 11. Mission Type: new installation and replacement missions (applicable to forecasts only) 12. Scenario: low, mid and high scenarios based on operators maturity (applicable to forecasts only)
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