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Global Satellite Market Report: 2016 Edition

1. Market Overview
1.1 Introduction
1.2 Anatomy of a Satellite
Table 1: Basic Design Parts of a Satellite
1.3 Types of Satellite
1.3.1 Satellite Type by Orbit
Table A: Satellite Types by Orbit
1.3.2 Satellite Type by Mission
Table B: Satellite Type by Frequency and Application
1.4 Satellite Value Chain
Table 2: The Satellite Value Chain
1.5 Satellite Industry Segments
Table 3: Satellite Industry Segments
1.6 Satellite Manufacturing Industry
1.6.1 Various Purposes of Manufacturing Satellite
2. Global Market
2.1 Global Satellite Market by Value
Table 4: Global Satellite Market by Value (2012-2016E)
2.2 Global Satellite Market by Segments
Table 5: Global Satellite Market Value by Segments (2015)
2.3 Global Operational Satellites Market by Function
Table 6: Global Operational Satellite Market by Function (2015)
2.4 Global Satellite Manufacturing Market by Value
Table 7: Global Satellite Manufacturing Market by Value (2012-2016E)
2.5 Global Satellite Manufacturing Market by Region
Table 8: Global Satellite Manufacturing Market by Region (2015)
2.6 Global Satellite Manufacturing Market by Mission
2.6.1 Satellite Manufacturing Market Value by Mission
Table 9: Global Satellite Manufacturing Market Value by Mission (2015)
2.6.2 Satellite Manufacturing Market Volume by Mission
Table 10: Global Satellite Manufacturing Volume by Mission (2015)
2.7 Global Satellite Manufacturing Orders
Table 11: Global Satellite Manufacturing Orders (2011-2015)
2.7.1 Global Satellite Manufacturing Order by Region
Table 12: Global Satellite Manufacturing Order by Region (2015)
3. Regional Markets
3.1 The US
3.1.1 The US Satellite Market by Value
Table 13: The US Satellite Market by Value (2012-2016E)
3.1.2 The US Satellite Manufacturing Market by Value
Table 14: The US Satellite Manufacturing Market by Value (2012-2016E)
3.1.3 The US Satellite Manufacturing Orders
Table 15: The US Satellites Manufacturing Orders (2011-2015)
3.2 Outside the US
3.2.1 Satellite Market Value outside the US
Table 16: Satellite Market Value outside the US (2012-2016E)
3.2.2 Satellite Manufacturing Market Value outside the US
Table 17: Satellite Manufacturing Market Value outside the US (2012-2016E)
4. Market Dynamics
4.1 Growth Drivers
4.1.1 Growing Mobile Data Traffic
Table 18: Mobile Data Traffic Growth (2015)
4.1.2 Increasing Government Expenditure and Services
Table 19: Increasing Global Space Budget (2013-2020E)
4.1.3 Increasing In-Flight Broadband Services
Table 20: Number of Aircrafts with Internet Facility (2013-2017E)
4.1.4 Rising Direct-to-Home (DTH) Channels
Table 21: Direct-to-Home Channels - CAGR Growth by Region (2014-2024E)
4.1.5 Declining Penetration of Pay TV
Table 22: Global Household TV Volume & Pay TV Penetration (2014-2020E)
4.1.6 Increasing Market Share of Satellite in Channel Broadcasts
Table 23: Increasing Share of Satellites in Channel Broadcast (2014-2019E)
4.1.7 Rise of Middle Class Households
Table 24: Middle Class Households Volume (2009-2030)
4.2 Key Trends
4.2.1 Increased HD, UHD Channels Counts
Table 25: Global HD Channel Count (2012-2016E)
Table 26: Global UDH Channel Count (2015-2020E)
4.2.2 Growing Video Segment
Table 27: CAGR Growth of Video by Segment (2014-2019E)
4.2.3 Adoption of New Technologies
Table C: New Technologies in Satellite Market (2015-2016)
4.2.4 Emerging Regional Operators
4.2.5 Increasing Global Broadband Penetration
Table 28: Increasing Global Broadband Penetration (2009-2019E)
4.2.6 Increasing Commercial GEO Satellites Orders
4.2.7 Increasing Nano Satellites Launches
Table 29: Number of Nano Satellite Launches Globally (2010-2015)
4.3 Challenges
4.3.1 Launch Failures
4.3.2 Increasing Financing Challenges
4.3.3 Crowding of Satellite Spectrum
5. Competitive Landscape
5.1 Global Satellite Market Share by Company
Table 30: Global Ku & C Band Satellite Market Share by Company (2015)
5.2 Global Satellite Market Revenue Comparison
Table 31: Global Satellite Market Revenue Comparison (2015)
5.3 Global Key Satellite Operators Comparison
Table D: Comparison of Key Global Satellite Operators (2015)
5.4 Global Satellite Operators Comparison by Spectrum
Table E: Major Satellite Orbiting the Spectrum (2015)
6. Company Profiles
6.1 SES
6.1.1 Business Overview
Table 32: SES Revenue by Segments (2015)
Table 33: SES Revenue by Region (2015)
6.1.2 Financial Overview
Table 34: SES Revenue and Net Income (2012-2015)
6.1.3 Business Strategies
6.2 Eutelsat Communication
6.2.1 Business Overview
Table F: Eutelsat Services
Table 35: Eutelsat Revenue Share by Region (2015)
6.2.2 Financial Overview
Table 36: Eutelsat Revenue and Net Income (2012-2015)
6.2.3 Business Strategies
6.3 Inmarsat PLC
6.3.1 Business Overview
Table 37: Inmarsat PLC Revenue by Segment (2015)
Table 38: Inmarsat PLC Revenue by Region (2015)
6.3.2 Financial Overview
Table 39: Inmarsat PLC Revenue and Net Income (2012-2015)
6.3.3 Business Strategies
6.4 EchoStar Corporation
6.4.1 Business Overview
Table 40: EchoStar Revenue by Segments (2015)
Table 41: EchoStar Revenue by Region (2015)
6.4.2 Financial Overview
Table 42: EchoStar Revenue & Net Income (2012-2015)
6.4.3 Business Strategies

Global Satellite Market Report: 2016 Edition

The satellite industry is an integral part of any economy for the development of infrastructure for government agencies and commercial companies. A satellite is an artificial object which is intentionally placed into the orbit. These objects are called as artificial satellites and perform like cell towers in the sky, transmitting data from one point on the earth to another. Satellites are designed to enhance missions that can last 15 years in the vacuum of the space at extreme radiation and temperature conditions.

Satellites vary greatly, depending upon their orbit, mission, and frequency. The satellite value chain allows delivery of the space based services from satellite technology to its users in five levels. Satellite manufacturing industry is a highly specialized high tech industry with highly qualified human resources. They manufacture satellites for various purposes like navigation, communication, remote sensing, space science, military, etc.

The satellite market is expected to grow in the coming years with growing demand for bandwidth. The US satellite market dominates the global market with maximum number of top satellite companies and services providers. The key trends of the market include increasing HD and UHD channel counts, adoption of new technologies, emerging regional operators, increased global broadband penetration, rising commercial GEO satellite orders and rising launches of Nano satellites.

The key factors driving the growth in the global satellite market includes growing mobile data traffic, increasing government space budgets, in-flight broadband services, rising Direct-to-home (DTH) channels, and rising middle class households. However, there are certain factors which are hindering the growth of the satellite market like launch failures, increasing financial challenges, and crowding of satellite spectrum.

The report offers an in-depth analysis of the “Global Satellite Market” segmented into global satellite and regional satellite market. Competition is concentrated with few major players dominating the market through technological advancements. Major satellite companies that have been covered in the report include SES, Eutelsat Communications, Inmarsat PLC, and EchoStar Corporation.


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