Satellite-based Maritime Surveillance Market for Civil Government Customers

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This research report analyzes the global satellite-based maritime surveillance solutions market, focusing on the civil government customers. The study discusses the results of an investigation into the evolution of maritime surveillance capabilities and the contributions of its space segment. The integrated surveillance capabilities covering AIS/SAR data are discussed with a focus on key applications of these technologies. The study also covers the revenue forecast for satellite-based maritime surveillance solutions, with a focus on the impact of next-generation integrated solutions. Case studies of key maritime surveillance efforts covering similar satellite-based maritime surveillance solutions have been used to illustrate the technology evolution trend discovered during the investigation.

Table of Contents

1. Executive Summary
Key Findings
2. Market Overview
Overview
Maritime Domain Awareness—Capability Evolution
Industry Challenges
Impact Mapping of Drivers and Restraints
Market Drivers
Need to Control IUU Fishing
Need to Control Pirate Attacks
Evolving Regulations Framework (to Control Marine Pollution)
Need to Control Illegal Transhipment (Open-water Trading)
Need for Enhanced Maritime Domain Awareness
Market Restraints
Budget Constraints
Lack of Enforcement Resources
Lack of Regulatory FrameworkRevenue Forecast by Threat Type
3. Technology Trends
Technology-based Capability Classification
Technology Trends—Discussion
Technology Evolution—Data Sources Across Levels
Evolving Maritime Surveillance Capability Composition
Transition to Improved Surveillance Capabilities
Diversity in Integrated Surveillance Capabilities
Maritime Surveillance Market Penetration—Present Vs Future
Military Focus—Self-configuring Distributed Maritime Surveillance
Level 4 Process Flow—Next-gen Maritime Domain Awareness Capability
4. Supply Chain and Stakeholder Map
Supply Chain and Stakeholder Map—Discussion
Maritime Surveillance Supply Chain—Overview
Maritime Surveillance for Fisheries Management—Stakeholder Map (UK)
Mechanics of Migration to Level 3B—Overview
Maritime Surveillance for Fisheries Management—Stakeholder Map (Japan)
Maritime Surveillance for Fisheries Management—Stakeholder Map (Australia)
Maritime Surveillance for Fisheries Management—Stakeholder Map (Canada)
5. Market Forecast
Revenue Forecast by Threat Type
Data and Integration Revenue Forecast
Revenue Breakdown by Threat Type—Present Vs Future
Market Segment Split—Discussion
6. Maritime Threats and End-user Requirements
Piracy—Threat Scenario
Piracy—Threat Assessment and End-user Requirements
Pollution—Oil Spill Incidents
Pollution—Threat Assessment and End-user Requirements
IUU Fishing and Illegal Transhipment—Ecological Impacts
IUU Fishing and Illegal Transhipment—Threat Assessment and End-user Requirements
Illegal Immigrant/Refugee Crisis Statistics
7. Applications and Case Studies
Applications
CleanSeaNet—Case Study
Global Fishing Watch—Case Study
The PEW Charitable Trust—Case Study
Collecte Localization Satellites (CLS)—Case Study
Virtual Watch Room—Case Study
C-AIS—Case Study
Infrastructure Development of Space Oceanography (INDESO)—Case Study
SafeSeaNet—Case Study
UK’s Travel to Maritime Domain Awareness
8. Suppliers
Key Integrated Maritime Surveillance Solution Providers
9. Outlook for 2026
Future of Satellite-based Maritime Surveillance
10. Conclusions
Concluding Remarks
Legal Disclaimer
11. The Frost & Sullivan Story


List of Figures & Charts

1. Maritime Surveillance Technology Evolution, Level of Data Inclusion, Global, 2015
2. Species at Risk of IUU Fishing by Region, Global, 2015
3. Satellite-based Maritime Surveillance Market: Key Features of CleanSeaNet, Europe, 2015
4. Satellite-based Maritime Surveillance Market: Key Features of Global Fishing Watch, Europe, 2015
5. Satellite-based Maritime Surveillance Market: Key Features of The PEW Charitable Trust, Europe, 2015
6. Satellite-based Maritime Surveillance Market: Key Features of CLS, Europe, 2015
7. Satellite-based Maritime Surveillance Market: Key Features of Virtual Watch Room, Europe, 2015
8. Satellite-based Maritime Surveillance Market: Key Features of C-AIS, Europe, 2015
9. Satellite-based Maritime Surveillance Market: Key Features of INDESO, Europe, 2015
10. Satellite-based Maritime Surveillance Market: Key Features of SafeSeaNet, Europe, 2015
11. Key Government Contracts, UK, 2014–2020
12. Government Spending Estimates by Department, UK, 2014–2020
13. Satellite-based Maritime Surveillance Market: Participant Classification, Global, 2015
14. Satellite-based Maritime Surveillance Market: Key Participants, Global, 2015


1. Satellite-based Maritime Surveillance Market: Key Drivers and Restraints, Global, 2015–2025
2. Market Penetration, Global (77 Countries), 2015
3. Market Penetration, Global (77 Countries), 2025
4. Satellite-based Maritime Surveillance Market: Revenue Forecast by Threat Type, Global, 2015–2025
5. Satellite-based Maritime Surveillance Market: Data and Integration Revenue Forecast, Global, 2015–2025
6. Satellite-based Maritime Surveillance Solutions Market: Revenue Breakdown by Threat Type, Global, 2015 and 2025
7. Pirate Attack Incidents—Actual and Attempted, Key Countries, 2011–2015
8. Oil Spill Incidents, 7–700 tonnes, 1970–2015
9. Oil Spill Incidents, Less than 7 tonnes, 1974–2015
10. Species at Risk of IUU Fishing, Global, 2015
11. Refugee/Migrant Count, Mediterranean Sea Arrivals, 2015
12. Refugee/Migrant Count, Mediterranean Sea Arrivals, 2016



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