US Defense Satellite Market, Forecast to 2023

The Nation is Hardening its Satellite Infrastructure Via Modernization Strategies Along With Counter and Offensive Space Initiatives

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The US Department of Defense (DoD) is preparing for a conflict that it expects will take place above the Earth, in space. As the nation with the largest number of satellites, it is taking every precaution to ensure that these systems are safeguarded and constantly operational. US adversaries' threats are evolving with the use of cyber techniques and spoofing tactics and the development of anti-satellite weapons to render these space vehicles ineffective. The protection of satellites is paramount to ensure that US military capabilities (surveillance, missile detection, command and control) are available and operational. Enhancing satellite system signal strength and anti-jamming capability are trends attracting

Research Scope

The focus of this research is to examine the portion of the US satellite market specifically reserved for use by DoD agencies. It includes spending on the following segments:

  • Asset Defense: Programs and development efforts to protect the functionality of defense satellite systems.
  • Asset Development: Research and development efforts intended to enhance the capabilities of defense satellite systems in all categories.
  • Communications (comms): Satellite communications (SATCOM) systems dedicated to support DoD operations.
  • Detection/Warning: Development, upgrades, and maintenance of satellite systems that serve as an essential element in the process of alerting US defense entities of an impending attack.
  • Ground Elements: Support components on the ground that control and track satellite systems. Ground elements are also key nodes that collect and relay information generated by satellite systems.
  • Meteorological: Developments of satellite systems dedicated to provide weather data for military operational planning and execution.
  • Position Navigation and Timing (PNT):  Global positioning satellites (GPS) provide essential PNT that enhance warfighter capabilities.
  • Surveillance: This segment focuses on the spending allocated for the observation of space assets, whether from the ground or from space.

Key Issues Addressed

  • Is the defense satellite market growing, and which segments are landing the highest value of government contracts?
  • Which companies are leading the market, and how are they ranked?
  • What factors are driving or restraining the market?
  • What significant trends are occurring in the market?
  • Are there any growth opportunities in the market?

Key Conclusion

Detailed spending on the Military Intelligence Program (MIP) and National Intelligence Program (NIP) are not publicly released due to their sensitive nature.  Therefore, Frost & Sullivan assumes the forecast presented is somewhat less than what will actually be spent through the research period.

Table of Contents

1. Executive Summary
Key Findings
Market Engineering Measurements
CEO’s Perspective
2. Market Overview
Market Definitions
Key Questions This Study Will Answer
Market Segmentation
3. Drivers and Restraints—Total Defense Satellite Market
Market Drivers
Market Restraints
4. Forecasts and Trends—Total Defense Satellite Market
Market Engineering Measurements
Defense Satellite Market—Spending Forecast
Defense Satellite Market—Spending Forecast by Segment
5. Market Share and Competitive Analysis—Total Defense Satellite Market
Market Share
Market Share Analysis
Competitive Environment
Top Competitors
Competitive Factors and Assessment
6. Growth Opportunities and Companies to Action
Growth Opportunity 1: Software Development
Growth Opportunity 2: Radio Frequency Resilience
Strategic Imperatives for Defense Satellite Market Providers
7. Asset Defense Segment Analysis
Asset Defense Segment Key Findings
Market Engineering Measurements
Asset Defense Spending Forecast
8. Asset Development Segment Analysis
9. Comms Segment Analysis
10. Detection/Warning Segment Analysis
11. Ground Element Segment Analysis
12. Meteorological Segment Analysis
13. PNT Segment Analysis
14. Surveillance Segment Analysis
15. The Last Word
The Last Word—3 Big Predictions
Legal Disclaimer
16. Appendix
List of Exhibits
Market Engineering Methodology
Additional Sources of Information on Study Topic
List of Other Companies

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List of Figures & Charts

1. Total Defense Satellite Market: Key Market Drivers, US, 2018–2023
2. Total Defense Satellite Market: Key Market Restraints, US, 2018–2023
3. Total Defense Satellite Market: Market Share Analysis of Top 5 Participants, US, 2017
4. Total Defense Satellite Market: Competitive Structure, US, 2017
5. Total Defense Satellite Market: SWOT Analysis, US, 2017
1. Total Defense Satellite Market: Market Engineering Measurements, US, 2017
2. Total Defense Satellite Market: Percent Spending Breakdown, US, 2017
3. Total Defense Satellite Market: Market Engineering Measurements, US, 2017
4. Total Defense Satellite Market: Spending Forecast, US, 2017–2023
5. Total Defense Satellite Market: Spending Forecast Breakdown by Segment, US, 2017–2023
6. Total Defense Satellite Market: Spending Forecast Breakdown by Category, US, 2017–2023
7. Total Defense Satellite Market: Percent of Contracts Awarded, US, 2017
8. Asset Defense Segment: Percent Spending Breakdown, US, 2017
9. Asset Defense Segment: Market Engineering Measurements, US, 2017
10. Asset Defense Segment: Spending Forecast, US, 2017–2023
11. Asset Development Segment: Percent Spending Breakdown, US, 2017
12. Asset Development Segment: Market Engineering Measurements, US, 2017
13. Asset Development Segment: Spending Forecast, US, 2017–2023
14. Comms Segment: Percent Spending Breakdown, US, 2017
15. Comms Segment: Market Engineering Measurements, US, 2017
16. Comms Segment: Spending Forecast, US, 2017–2023
17. Detection/Warning Segment: Percent Spending Breakdown, US, 2017
18. Detection/Warning Segment: Market Engineering Measurements, US, 2017
19. Detection/Warning Segment: Spending Forecast, US, 2017–2023
20. Ground Element Segment: Percent Spending Breakdown, US, 2017
21. Ground Element Segment: Market Engineering Measurements, US, 2017
22. Ground Element Segment: Spending Forecast, US, 2017–2023
23. Meteorological Segment: Percent Spending Breakdown, US, 2017
24. Meteorological Segment: Market Engineering Measurements, US, 2017
25. Meteorological Segment: Spending Forecast, US, 2017–2023
26. PNT Segment: Percent Spending Breakdown, US, 2017
27. PNT Segment: Market Engineering Measurements, US, 2017
28. PNT Segment: Spending Forecast, US, 2017–2023
29. Surveillance Segment: Percent Spending Breakdown, US, 2017
30. Surveillance Segment: Market Engineering Measurements, US, 2017
31. Surveillance Segment: Spending Forecast, US, 2017–2023



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Release Date : 06-Nov-17

Region : North America

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