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The NSR Global Space Economy study is a benchmark of NSR’s research library focused on the Space & Satellite Markets. Covering the core opportunities of Space & Satellite Infrastructure, Applications, and Connectivity, the study builds a complete picture of NSR’s assessment of cumulative satellite & space revenue opportunities from 2019 to 2029.
In this completely new market report, NSR compiles its space and satellite focused datasets to chart out the cumulative opportunity for players across the value-chain. Excluding secondary use-cases for space-based services such as GPS/PNT chipsets or DTH Subscription revenues/equipment, the report finds over $1 Trillion Dollars in cumulative revenues between 2019 to 2029. Driven in large-part by connectivity use-cases (directly as a use-case, and indirectly as a sub-segment within Applications or Infrastructure), the report explores the current and emerging segments and sub-segments fueling this expanding market.
Largely comprised of Infrastructure-centric revenues in 2019, the market continues to shift towards a services and software-centric business model. Ranging from business models looking to commercialize crew and cargo missions to near-earth orbits, to emerging Earth Observation-based Data Analytics opportunities the “__ As-A-Service” business models have arrived for within the Space and Satellite Markets. SD-WANs, 5G, Big Data, Cloud Computing, and other “terrestrially-born” technology solutions are moving beyond the confines of terrestrial use-cases. Overall, all segments of the Satellite & Space markets are experiencing significant changes – some with mixed top-line results.
Within NSR Global Space Economy, the report highlights the key trends, comparisons between each of the three core segments, and dives into the sub-segments fueling these opportunities over the next ten years. Comparing sub-segments as diverse as ‘traditional’ connectivity plays for Consumer Broadband against emerging Cloud Data & IoT models to infrastructure requirements in the manufacturing and launch markets, the report builds-out a cross-comparison of these key opportunities.
Bottom Line: What are the Cumulative Revenues from 2019 to 2029 for the Space & Satellite Markets, and what is driving this growth?
The NSR Global Space Economy report is a landmark study tracking the cumulative revenue opportunity from 2019 to 2029 for Satellite & Space Infrastructure, Applications, and Communications. Combining NSR’s research library into a consolidated, harmonized segment-level view the report gives the “30,000 ft view” of which segments matter, cross-comparison of sub-segments, and the build-up of annual growth rates.
NSR largely divides the market into three main components: Space & Satellite Infrastructure, Space & Satellite Applications, and Satellite Connectivity. Each focuses on ‘retail revenues’ which end-users pay into the space & Satellite Markets, rather than tracking intermediary revenue flows such as capacity revenues that become packaged into connectivity services (with exception of Video markets where that is the only metric tracked in the Connectivity vertical.) It also largely ignores the program budgets of Nation-States for Space Exploration, unless those programs are procured as a commercial service (e.g. NASA’s Commercial Crew). The report focuses on the commercially-available/sourced opportunity for the Space & Satellite Markets.
At over $30B in 2019, the Satellite Connectivity market is perhaps the ‘most typical’ use-case for space-based assets and investments. Building and Launching these space-based resources have similarly undergone significant transformation over the past 60-year history of the Satellite & Space industry. Beyond connectivity, a wide variety of applications are enabled via Space-based assets, chiefly Earth-Observation focused services. Ranging from optical imaging to radio-frequency based monitoring, these are unlocking new use-cases here on Earth.
Bottom Line, the commercially-focused Satellite & Space Sectors are an $80B Market Opportunity in 2019, with cumulative revenues from 2019 to 2029 exceeding $1T. Connectivity continues to drive the market opportunity; the cost to build, launch, and operate space-based assets is dropping; and new use-cases to improve life on earth continue to emerge.