Published since 1994, Profiles of Government Space Programs: Analysis of over 80 Countries & Agencies is the only complete assessment of public space programs. It is a comprehensive review of all 80+ active space programs around the world, including leading countries and organizations, emerging programs, defense and civil agencies.
Highlights from the report:
World government expenditures for space programs decreased by 4% to $66.5 billion in 2014. The decrease in U.S. military space expenditures combined with the impact of adverse exchange rates on Russia had a considerable influence on global trends as the two countries together account for 65% of space expenditures worldwide. Government spending excluding the U.S. and Russia actually increased by 8% in 2014.
Tensions on public finances have pushed governments toward severe budget arbitrations with choices to be made over spending priorities. However, this situation did not stop governments from funding new large-scale programs, even in countries impacted by the economic slowdown.
In 2014, 60 countries invested $10 million or more in space applications and technologies; this is twice as many as in 2004. In addition, 21 more countries have been identified with plans for investment in space projects. Such dynamism demonstrates how space technologies and applications are seen by governments as a valuable investment to support their national social, economic, strategic, and technological development.
- Standardized profiles of 80+ countries & agencies
- Price starting at € 5,500, individual profiles at € 1,000
- Data in an Excel spreadsheet for each region
Key National Economic Indicators
Developments in space policy
- Policy objectives and national priorities in civil and defense space activities
- Key policy drivers
- International agreements and their impact on the program
- Identification of all government agencies active in national program
- Review of roles and responsibilities
- Historical budget trends
- Current space expenditures
- Breakdown of funding by application
- Future budget trends
- Standardized budget format to allow direct comparison between the 80+ programs.
- Detailed review of civil and defense programs: satcom, satnav, EO, space science, exploration, technology, access to space and manned spaceflight
- Rationale and objectives for investment
- Current initiatives and future projects
Future Projects: Summary and Roadmaps
- Key information on future projects
Profiles of Government Space Programs has been designed to provide strategic support to public entities, industry actors, and investors:
- Enables better understanding of the international environment, facilitates program & funding benchmarking and identification of potential partnerships
- Supports monitoring of initiatives, future project development, and assessment of business opportunities
- Allows identification & clarification of future investment priorities, requirements & mechanisms
RUSSIA & CENTRAL ASIA
MIDDLE EAST & AFRICA