In its tenth edition, NSR's Government and Military Satellite
Communications (GMSC) report offers the industry's most comprehensive
guide of government and military satcom use. The newest edition of GMSC
supplies all players along the commercial satcom value chain a complete
reference of the industry trends. It gives readers a unique view on funding
for satellite communications, demand by type of capacity and developments to
watch, and assists in strategic decision-making in a tense budgetary
Government and Military Satellite Communications 10th Edition answers the
critical questions facing the government and military satcom market:
- What is the impact of across-the-board budget reductions on
commercial satellite communications demand?
- What applications are likely to drive capacity and equipment
take-up in the short- to long-term?
- What will be the demand from and impact of military satellites on
government and military usage?
- How will HTS capacity fare in the government and military markets?
- Will there enough military capacity for government and military
- Are there still new opportunities and if so, which ones will be the
most important in the coming decade?
- Bottom Line: How does NSR see the GMSC market developing
over the next 10 years in each region and for each application?
THE NSR DIFFERENCE
10 years covering the government and military satellite communications
market, NSR provides the only objective source on trends and drivers
shaping growth and restraints in the government and military satellite
communications market. A solid track record and a proven methodology is what
underpins NSR's Government and Military Satellite Communications (GMSC), 10th
This in depth and comprehensive assessment of the market shows the
direction that users will take in light of lower expenditures, military
capacity availability, greater frequency band availability, increased capacity
supply and regional differences.
The pressure to lower public spending is taking a historical turn as wide cuts
are enacted by governments around the world whose economies are deflating.
This trend is leading to mass budget reductions across the board that
have affected some programs more than others, even those deemed necessary to
government operations in the past.
At the same time, a big push is made so that this difficult situation will
help governments assess needs in light of cost efficiency instead of just
prices alone. But will it take hold in this downward cycle and affect a
true change in the relation with industry? Or will this mean that the
direction for procuring satellite communications from the commercial sector
stays the same? The report examines these important questions and evaluates
the shifts taking place to provide clear and concise answers as to what
satellite demand will fit the bill for governments over the next decade across
By evaluating and forecasting in-service units, revenues from equipment and
services, bandwidth demand, average revenues per unit, capacity demand and
segmentation between civil and military demand, NSR's Government and
Military Satellite Communications (GMSC) 10th Edition provides the most
complete and thorough analysis available on this changing market for the next
The report includes the following primary elements:
- Demand forecast with scenarios for in-service units and for
- Transponder demand for each frequency band and HTS capacity
- Market segmentation of specific applications by region and
- Bulk leasing demand
- Proprietary satellite capacity supply and demand
- Operator and service provider market shares
- Programs overview and spending trends
Who should purchase this report:
- Fixed Satellite Services (FSS) and Mobile Satellite Service (MSS) Operators
- Distributors, Service Providers and Resellers to Government and Military
- Network Service Providers
- Satellite Manufacturers
- Terminal, Antenna, and Handset Manufacturers
- Regulators and Agencies Funding Telecom Research and Development
- Space Agencies
- Military and Government Organizations Involved in SATCOM Procurement