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Paris, Washington D.C., Montreal, Yokohama – In its first ever report on Euroconsult, the world’s leading authority on space and satellite-based applications markets, forecasts that the global market for satellite broadband is expected to triple with service revenues reaching $12.7 billion by 2029. With 46 percent of the world’s population still unconnected, satellite broadband remains key to bringing essential services to sparsely populated regions where extending terrestrial networks is not economically feasible.
Orlando, Florida : Paris, France – Global space business development firm TerraMetric and Euroconsult, the leading global consulting firm focused on space, and satellite-enabled markets, have entered into a Preferred Strategic Partnership agreement. As part of the cooperation, TerraMetric and Euroconsult will collaborate in a wide range of comprehensive capabilities.
Space economy valued at $385 billion in 2020, with commercial space revenues totaling over $310 billion
Paris, Washington D.C., Montreal, Yokohama – In its latest research product Euroconsult estimates that the consolidated space economy, including both government space investments, as well as commercial space, totaled $385 billion in 2020, a record amount. Commercial revenues of $315 billion in 2020 were down 2% from 2019’s $319 billion evaluation, due partially to the Covid-19 pandemic affecting certain commercial markets – in particular satellite communication sub-segments focused on high mobility such as, aero, maritime, offshore oil and gas, though other factors, such as video-related revenues continuing their pre-Covid downward trend contributed to the decrease. Added to these commercial revenues are the $70 billion invested by government space budgets in 2020 (excluding government expenditures on commercial services, counted as commercial revenues), a 10% increase over 2019 government spending. There was no visible impact in 2020 on government space investments as budgets were voted before the pandemic, though the sustainability of these high government space investments post-Covid remains to be seen.
Paris, Washington D.C., Montreal, Yokohama – Amid a tumultuous year for the global economy, government space program budgets maintained their growth trajectories for a fifth consecutive year. Following a period of strong budget tensions between 2010 and 2015, government space sector spending reached its highest recorded point in 2020 according to Euroconsult’s latest flagship research. With Covid-19 having no noticeable impact on government space budgets, the pandemic having occurred with budgets largely already decided, it remains however to be seen, whether governments can sustain these historic budget levels in the future.
No pot of gold in commercial constellations: despite concentrating 70% of satellite demand, to account for only 8% of the global market value in the next decade
Paris, Washington D.C., Montreal, Yokohama – In its latest analysis of satellite manufacturing and launch services, Euroconsult anticipates almost a quintupling in satellite demand in the next decade with an average of 1,250 satellites to be launched on a yearly basis. In comparison to the 260 yearly satellites launched in the previous decade, this skyrocketing number cements the structural changes occurring in the market and the industry, not only in the number of satellites but also in terms of satellite missions and operators, both governmental and commercial.
Paris, Washington D.C., Montreal, Yokohama – In a new research titled, Euroconsult, the world’s leading authority on space and satellite-based application markets, forecasts that global demand for new Earth observation (EO) satellite systems this decade will result in 2,166 satellites being launched, which is expected to generate close to $83.5 billion in manufacturing revenues. Euroconsult also projects corresponding EO satellite launch revenues to be close to $25 billion for the next decade.
Satellite capacity pricing declines slow, but price pressure expected to increase with new supply entering service in 2023
Paris, Washington D.C., Montreal, Yokohama – In its latest research titled,Euroconsult, the leading global consulting firm focused on space and satellite-enabled markets, reported that the dramatic pricing declines of the past five years have slowed as a result of notable slowdowns in new capacity supply additions. However, intense pricing pressure is expected to return in advance of new capacity coming online in the 2022-23 timeframe.
Euroconsult gathers global satellite industry leaders at virtual event, honors outstanding achievement
Paris – Euroconsult, the leading global consulting firm focused on space and satellite-enabled markets, held its annual World Satellite Business Week event virtually last week from November 9-11, 2020. The premier global event, which connects decision makers from the satellite communications and information sectors, continued its success story with dozens of engaging live panel discussions, presentations and interviews. A highlight of the event was the annual awards ceremony, honoring excellence in Connectivity and Satellite Communications as well as Earth Observation, Information and Artificial Intelligence.
Fixed Satellite Services Market Continues Downward Trend in 2020; Strong impact of Covid-19 on mobility business of operators
Paris, Washington D.C., Montreal, Yokohama – In its annual publication focused on the current and historic performance of Fixed Satellite Services (FSS) companies, Euroconsult reported increased competition and strong impact from COVID-19 in this $10.8 billion market (excluding vertically-integrated operators). Operators are adapting to remain relevant in the long term and to weather the storm in 2020-2021, with the ongoing pandemic impacting the global industry. .
Global market for commercial Earth observation data and services to reach $8 billion by 2029, growing from $4.6 billion in 2019
Paris, Washington D.C., Montreal, Yokohama – In its research report, Euroconsult provides in-depth analysis of Earth Observation (EO) satellite systems, commercial EO data, and the value-added services that contribute to the sector. With a global market projected to reach $8 billion by 2029, growth is expected to be driven by a mix of defense and new commercial markets, supported by the arrival of new constellation operators with low-cost solutions.