PARIS, WASHINGTON D.C., MONTREAL, YOKOHAMA, July 13, 2017 (Euroconsult PR) – According to Euroconsult’s latest report,Prospects for the Small Satellite Market, significant expansion in terms of capabilities and demand is underway in the smallsat market. Over 6,200 smallsats are expected to be launched over the next ten years, a substantial augmentation over that of the previous decade (several mega constellations are now included within the scope of this report). The smallsat market from 2017-2026 will be driven by the roll-out of multiple constellations accounting for more than 70% of this total, mainly for commercial operators.
PARIS, WASHINGTON D.C., MONTREAL, YOKOHAMA, March 2, 2017 (Euroconsult PR) – According to Euroconsult’s soon-to-be-released report, SatCom for Defense & Security: Strategic Issues & Forecasts, global military demand for commercial satellite capacity has fallen by an estimated 20% from a peak of 12.5 GHz in 2011 following tremendous growth over the previous decade, due in large part to lower usage of the U.S. DoD.
Around 130 satellites forecast to be launched by emerging space programs in next 10 years
PARIS, WASHINGTON D.C., MONTREAL, YOKOHAMA (Euroconsult PR) – According to Euroconsult’s latest report, Trends & Prospects for Emerging Space Programs, 24 countries are identified as emerging space programs (ESPs) in 2015 having launched a total of 69 satellites in the last 20 years. As satellite technology has become more accessible and affordable, the number of countries investing in their first satellite system has increased dramatically. 2015 set an all-time record with nine satellites launched, confirming the dynamism of this market.
Paris, Washington D.C., Montreal, Yokohama, July 7, 2016 (Euroconsult PR) — According to Euroconsult’s latest report, Prospects for the Small Satellite Market, we are on the cusp of a major revolution for the space sector and overall space ecosystem, as more than 3,600 smallsats are expected to be launched over the next ten years, a significant increase from the previous decade.
New growth cycle expected with 856 government satellites planned for launch by end of decade
Paris, Washington D.C., Montreal, Yokohama, October 28, 2015 (Euroconsult PR) – According to Euroconsult’s newly released report, Government Space Programs: Strategic Outlook, Benchmarks & Forecasts, a new growth cycle in government space spending is expected to start and average 2.1% over the next ten years worldwide, reaching $81.4 billion by 2024.
VANCOUVER (UrtheCast PR) — We’re pleased to announce that UrtheCast has been awarded the Euroconsult prize for ‘Strategic Transaction of the Year’. The award was presented today, Sept. 18, during the 2015 Summit on Earth Observation Business in Paris, as part of the World Satellite Business Week Event.
The event is considered to be the pre-eminent space industry conference in the world with over 40 countries taking part, representing 95% of the satellite industry. The prize was awarded to UrtheCast for the July acquisition of the Deimos Imaging satellites and operations.
PARIS, WASHINGTON, MONTREAL, YOKOHAMA, August 25, 2015 — According to Euroconsult’s newly released report, Satellites to be Built & Launched by 2024, 140 satellites with launch mass over 50 kg will be launched on average each year over the next decade for governments and commercial companies. In comparison with last year’s forecast, the number of satellites is due to grow more than the market value over the decade.
Paris, Washington D.C., Montreal, Yokohama (Euroconsult PR) — According to Euroconsult’s newly released research titled Prospects for the Small Satellite Market, a total of 510 small satellites, or smallsats (meaning nanosats, cubesats, microsats and minisats) are to be launched in the next five years, a two-third increase in the average number of smallsats per year versus that of the past decade. This total includes 14 constellations of different sizes and capabilities that represent a total of 140 satellites.
75% of the 510 satellites to be launched during the next five years will be for government civil and defense agencies. Growth in government demand will be stronger than in the commercial world where a total of 130 satellites are expected.
PARIS, MONTREAL, WASHINGTON D.C. (Euroconsult PR) – According to Euroconsult’s newly released research report, Satellites to be Built & Launched, 115 satellites will be launched on average yearly over the next decade (2014-2023). In comparison with last year’s forecast, the number of satellites is stable while market value is growing, thus translating the growing economic importance of the sector, for both governments and commercial satellite companies.
Paris, Montreal, Washington D.C., February 13, 2014 (Euroconsult PR) — According to Euroconsult’s newly released research report, Profiles of Government Space Programs, global budgets for space programs dropped to $72.1 billion in 2013 following peak spending at $72.9 billion in 2012. This is the first time since 1995 that public space programs worldwide have entered a downward trend, a direct result of the cyclical nature of countries’ investment in space-based infrastructures combined with governments’ belt-tightening efforts during tough economic times.
“Nevertheless, the current global context for public space programs shows many positive signs brought by new leading space nations and an ever-growing number of countries who have initiated plans to build up their space-based capabilities. We anticipate government space spending to recover in the second part of the decade in many countries currently experiencing intense budget pressure,” said Steve Bochinger, COO at Euroconsult and Editor of the report.
Paris & Montreal (Euroconsult PR) – Euroconsult, the leading international research and analysis firm specialized in the satellite & space sectors, has announced the launch of its latest research report, “Hosted Payloads: The View From Within.”
Following discussions with the Hosted Payload Alliance (HPA), Euroconsult decided to pursue development of the report in order to identify and assess corresponding and conflicting perspectives from the key stakeholder groups directly involved in hosted payload programs. Based on an exhaustive survey, the views of eight key stakeholder groups were examined on the basis of risks, opportunities, challenges and requirements related to hosted payloads.