Transformation of Value Chain Dynamics Expanding the Global Space Industry

Transformation of Value Chain Dynamics Expanding the Global Space Industry

Vertical Integration Through Extension of Roles by New Entrants Providing End-to-end Solutions from Upstream to Downstream

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The global space industry value chain has been expanding with new entrants and interests of non-space stakeholders contributing toward the development of solutions in the downstream segment. In the upstream segment, LEO-based constellations are driving the demand. This demand is being supported by developments such as additive manufacturing and serial production of satellites. Constellation operators such as OneWeb and Spire Global have their own manufacturing facilities, indicating vertical integration across the satellite value chain. A similar trend is observed in the case of launch service providers that are developing their launch vehicles in-house and building serial production facilities to feed into the demand and allow increase in launch frequency for single-manifest launches. In the downstream segment there are many new entrants providing solutions for niche markets. AI and deep learning have enabled software solutions that do not require the end user to be equipped with knowledge to interpret data, but provide relevant results for decision making based on their requirements. In the case of connectivity solutions, many LEO constellations are being announced to reduce latency and target remote areas. Amazon has entered the market to provide end-to-end solutions. This increased capacity is an opportunity for downstream service providers and an increase in number of downstream communication service provider is likely, especially in Africa and South Asia.

Frost & Sullivan has identified 29 roles across the space ecosystem. This research service discusses the regional analysis of organizations based on their roles. The roles are:
•     Deep space operations, missions, application, technologies
•     Downstream satellite service: consultancies
•     Downstream satellite service: traders and resellers
•     Downstream satellite service providers: communication
•     Downstream satellite service providers: earth observation (EO)
•     Downstream satellite service providers: navigation
•     Downstream satellite service providers: others
•     Downstream space software solution providers
•     Government space agencies
•     Satellite components manufacturers
•     Satellite ground service consultancies
•     Satellite ground station equipment manufacturers
•     Satellite ground station equipment suppliers: authorized traders
•     Satellite manufacturers
•     Satellite operators
•     Satellite service providers
•     Satellite support service providers: in-orbit servicing, debris monitoring, de-orbiting
•     Satellite system traders
•     Satellite systems integrators
•     Satellite systems manufacturers
•     Satellite launch vehicle (SLV) component manufacturers
•     SLV launch service: spaceport operators
•     SLS launch service providers
•     SLV launch service resellers
•     SLV manufacturers
•     SLV support service providers: consultancies
•     SLV systems integrator
•     SLV systems manufacturers
•     Space support service consultancies

The regions covered in the study are: North America (including the US and Canada), Latin America (including South America, Mexico, and Caribbean), Europe (including EU and the UK), The Middle East, Africa, Central Asia, and Asia-Pacific.

Table of Contents

Key Findings

Research Scope

Research Scope (continued)

Research Scope (continued)

Geographical Segmentation

Global Space Industry Value Chain

Segmentations

Satellites—Subsystem Manufacturers

Launch Vehicles

Value Chain Dynamics

Value Chain Dynamics (continued)

Analysis and Discussion

Major Growth Opportunities

Strategic Imperatives for Success and Growth

Global Organizations—Region-wise

Competitive Landscape of Satellite Manufacturers, Global, 2019

Satellite Manufacturer—Region wise

Satellite Manufacturers in North America Based on Mass Class

Satellite Manufacturers in Asia-Pacific Based on Mass Class

Satellite Manufacturers in Europe based on Mass class

Satellite Subsystem Manufacturers—Region and Country Wise

Satellite Subsystem Manufacturers

NanoSat Subsystem Manufacturers

MicroSat Subsystem Manufacturers

SmallSat Subsystem Manufacturers

LargeSat Subsystem Manufacturers

Region- and Country-wise Satellite Component Manufacturers

Satellite Component Manufacturers

Region- and Country-wise Satellite Systems Integrators

Region- and Country-wise Satellite Operators

Region- and Country-wise Satellite Operators (continued)

Region- and Country-wise Satellite Service Providers

Region- and Country-wise Satellite Service Providers (continued)

Region- and Country-wise Satellite Ground Station Equipment Manufacturers

Region- and Country-wise Satellite Ground Service Consultancies

Region- and Country-wise Satellite Support Service Provider (In-orbit Servicing, Debris Monitoring, De-orbiting)

Downstream Services Overview

Region- and Country-wise Downstream Satellite Service Provider—EO

Region- and Country-wise Downstream Satellite Service Provider—EO (continued)

Region- and Country-wise Downstream Satellite Service Provider—Communication

Region- and Country-wise Downstream Satellite Service Provider—Communication (continued)

Region- and Country-wise Downstream Satellite Service Provider—Navigation

Other Downstream Service Providers

Satellite Launch Vehicles

Satellite Launch Vehicles (continued)

Region- and Country-wise SLV Launch Service Providers

Region- and Country-wise SLV Launch Service Resellers

Region- and Country-wise SLV Components Manufacturers

Region- and Country-wise SLV Manufacturers

SLV—Region-wise Analysis and Discussion

SLV—Region-wise Analysis and Discussion (continued)

SLV—Region-wise Analysis and Discussion (continued)

SLV—Region-wise Analysis and Discussion (continued)

Region- and Country-wise SLV Support Service Providers—Consultancies

SLV Launch Services—Spaceport Operators

New Spaceport Operator—Case Study

Region- and Country-wise Deep Space Operations, Missions, Application, Technologies

Emerging Space Agencies—Australian Space Agency

Emerging Space Agencies—Luxembourg Space Agency

Extended Role in the Value Chain

Analysis and Discussion

New Entrants—Value Propositions

Serial Production, IIoT, and Additive Manufacturing

SAR on Small Satellite Platform

Space-based Relay Station

Conclusions

Legal Disclaimer

List of Exhibits

List of Exhibits (continued)

List of Exhibits (continued)

List of Exhibits (continued)

The Frost & Sullivan Story

Value Proposition—Future of Your Company & Career

Global Perspective

Industry Convergence

360º Research Perspective

Implementation Excellence

Our Blue Ocean Strategy

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The global space industry value chain has been expanding with new entrants and interests of non-space stakeholders contributing toward the development of solutions in the downstream segment. In the upstream segment, LEO-based constellations are driving the demand. This demand is being supported by developments such as additive manufacturing and serial production of satellites. Constellation operators such as OneWeb and Spire Global have their own manufacturing facilities, indicating vertical integration across the satellite value chain. A similar trend is observed in the case of launch service providers that are developing their launch vehicles in-house and building serial production facilities to feed into the demand and allow increase in launch frequency for single-manifest launches. In the downstream segment there are many new entrants providing solutions for niche markets. AI and deep learning have enabled software solutions that do not require the end user to be equipped with knowledge to interpret data, but provide relevant results for decision making based on their requirements. In the case of connectivity solutions, many LEO constellations are being announced to reduce latency and target remote areas. Amazon has entered the market to provide end-to-end solutions. This increased capacity is an opportunity for downstream service providers and an increase in number of downstream communication service provider is likely, especially in Africa and South Asia. Frost & Sullivan has identified 29 roles across the space ecosystem. This research service discusses the regional analysis of organizations based on their roles. The roles are: • Deep space operations, missions, application, technologies • Downstream satellite service: consultancies • Downstream satellite service: traders and resellers • Downstream satellite service providers: communication • Downstream satellite service providers: earth observation (EO) • Downstream satellite service providers: navigation • Downstream satellite service providers: others • Downstream space software solution providers • Government space agencies • Satellite components manufacturers • Satellite ground service consultancies • Satellite ground station equipment manufacturers • Satellite ground station equipment suppliers: authorized traders • Satellite manufacturers • Satellite operators • Satellite service providers • Satellite support service providers: in-orbit servicing, debris monitoring, de-orbiting • Satellite system traders • Satellite systems integrators • Satellite systems manufacturers • Satellite launch vehicle (SLV) component manufacturers • SLV launch service: spaceport operators • SLS launch service providers • SLV launch service resellers • SLV manufacturers • SLV support service providers: consultancies • SLV systems integrator • SLV systems manufacturers • Space support service consultancies The regions covered in the study are: North America (including the US and Canada), Latin America (including South America, Mexico, and Caribbean), Europe (including EU and the UK), The Middle East, Africa, Central Asia, and Asia-Pacific.
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