Euroconsult collects, updates and assesses on a yearly basis detailed market, industry, policy, program and financial information in the international space sector.
Euroconsult has developed proprietary databases and forecast models that are systematically applied and are central to the publication of thematic market intelligence reports.
With over a dozen reports published every year, their reports have been used as a key reference tool for three decades by most public and private stakeholders involved in the sector.
Space Economy Report gives a 360° view of the trends and issues across the vibrant space economy. From upstream to downstream, it provides snapshot of market dynamics, competition evolutions and key drivers for all key segments of the space economy and its applications.
Extensive figures & analysis for the coming decade
All Euroconsult market intelligence has, at its core, data derived from over 30 years of tracking all levels of the satellite/space value chain. To this we add dozens of dedicated industry interviews each year, along with the continual refinement of our data models, and the collection and interpretation of company press releases and financial filings.
Our consultants have decades of experience interpreting and analyzing our proprietary databases of the broader value chain.
The space 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 allows 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 which fund space technology R&D for both their own uses and dual-uses, with public efforts emerging from a constantly increasing 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 ground segment network (upstream) designs and deliver hard and software to deploy ground stations across the globe.
4. The satellite operators (downstream) 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;
5. The service providers (downstream), whether governmental (civil/military) or commercial, requiring solutions tailored to their needs, for communications, navigation or geographic information services, augmented by value added services. The user terminal supply are included
Designed as a “best of” Euroconsult’s reports, the Space Economy Report gives a 360° view of the trends and issues across the vibrant space economy. From upstream to downstream, it provides snapshot of market dynamics, competition evolutions and key drivers for all key segments of the space economy and its applications.
The Report is built around up-to-date KPIs and graphs to be used as a dashboard by government and industry stakeholders willing to get a concise and precise review of current and long term trends of the space economy.
It doesn’t matter if you’re a newcomer or an experienced space enthusiast, if space exploration fascinates you, here’s where you’ll find all the answers.
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