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Along with the introductory/overview section, the report includes sections on satellite manufacturing & launch services, satellite communications, Earth observation, and satellite navigation.

The satellite industry is an infrastructure supplier to government agencies and commercial companies. It operates upstream of a value chain that flows downstream to the end-users of satellite capabilities.

The satellite value chain permits the delivery of space-based services reliant on satellite technology, and includes a wide diversity of stakeholders, active at five levels of the chain:

1. Government agencies who fund space technology R&D for their own uses and for dual-uses: public R&D efforts remain highly concentrated in a limited number of countries;

2. The space industry (upstream) that includes a limited number of players who design and manufacture space systems and their launch vehicles;

3. The satellite operators who own the satellite systems and market their capacities to the service providers (downstream) who deliver communications, navigation and geographic information services to the final users by integrating the satellite signal into packaged solutions;

4. Ground segment and terminal suppliers, who design and deliver a large variety of software and equipment for both the management of satellite infrastructure, and for the access to services by the users. Customers stand along the value chain;

5. The final users, whether governmental (civil/military) or commercial (business or customer), do not ask for the satellite technology per se but for solutions tailored to their needs, whether for better communications, navigation or geographic information services.

Key Topics Covered

1. Introduction to the Satellite Value Chain

  • The Value Chain Concept
  • Overview of the Commercial Satellite Value Chain in 2017
  • The Three Commercial Satellite Value Chains - 2017 Snapshot
  • The Three Commercial Satellite Value Chains - 5 Year Evolution
  • Selected Trends Along the Value Chain

2. Satellite Manufacturing & Launch Services

  • Facts and Figures 2017
  • Key Events 2018 - Satellite Manufacturing
  • Key Events 2018 - Launch Services
  • Satellites Launched Over the Decade
  • Commercial Satellites Launched Over the Decade
  • Satellites Launched in 2018
  • Satellite Manufacturing
  • Geo Satellite Manufacturing
  • Small Satellite Manufacturing
  • Launch Services
  • Launch Rate
  • Geo Launch Services
  • Strategic Issues

3. Satellite Communications

  • Facts and Figures 2017
  • Key Events 2018
  • Satellite Operators
  • Satellite Operators - Satellite Constellations
  • Video Services
  • Mobility
  • Service Providers Landscape
  • Strategic Issues

4. Earth Observation

  • Facts and Figures 2017
  • Key Events 2018
  • Satellite Operators
  • EO Commercial Operators - Profiles
  • Commercial Data Market
  • Free-and Low-Cost Solutions
  • Value-Added Services
  • Strategic Issues

5. Satellite Navigation

  • Facts and Figures 2017
  • Key Events 2018
  • GNSS Systems
  • GNSS Device Market
  • GNSS Service Market
  • Drones
  • Selected GNSS Macrotrends
  • Strategic Issues

Companies Mentioned

  • Airbus DS
  • Airtel
  • Blue Origin
  • Clyde Space
  • DARPA
  • Delta Airlines
  • EarthNow
  • Echostar
  • Eutelsat
  • Galileo
  • Hispasat
  • Iceye
  • Inmarsat
  • Iridium
  • ISRO
  • LEOSat
  • Lockheed Martin
  • Maxar
  • Microtec
  • NGA
  • Nigcomsat
  • Northrop Grumman
  • OneWeb
  • Sky Perfect JSAT
  • SpaceX
  • Sprint
  • Telespazio
  • Thales Alenia Space
  • Thuraya
  • ULA
  • Xiaomi
  • Yahsat

For more information about this report visit https://www.researchandmarkets.com/r/hdqiaj

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