Market Research Report
Emerging Space Investment Analysis, 3rd Edition
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|Emerging Space Investment Analysis, 3rd Edition|
|Published: April 22, 2021||Content info:||
NSR's “Emerging Space Investment Analysis, 3rd Edition (ESIA3) ” provides a complete assessment of global emerging space investment over the last two decades, with a particular focus on 2019 and 2020.
Over the past decade, hundreds of players have entered the global space industry, bringing new practices and more novel applications than at any other point in the industry's history. Supported by diverse private investment, these players have grabbed headlines but also raised many questions: Will they grow the pie exponentially? Will they attract different consumers and investors to the satellite industry with new ways of operating? Or, will they be challenged to generate interest and provide the promised ROI? NSR answers these questions in ESIA3, a critical report providing facts and figures underlying investment and activity in the Emerging Space economy, building on NSR's unique perspective, global coverage and critical market analysis.
The report is a premier resource to assess how private space companies are pushing the development of the commercial space sector, with a new ecosystem that is building innovative technologies and raising funds to new heights to create critical infrastructure required for the future. NSR also analyzes how the COVID-19 pandemic impacted Emerging Space company funding, how deal flows were impacted, and investment perspectives changed during the pandemic. Furthermore, the report offers specific investment insights relating to 12 key sub-segments of the industry: Launch, Manufacturing, Earth Observation and Communication.
“ESIA3 ” is the leading source for in-depth evaluation and assessment of the potential opportunities and evolving global trends across all types of Emerging Space players, investments, applications and regions. It offers a review on the recent uptake in SPACs for space companies and an overview of the recent mergers and acquisitions that represent a string of exits, something still considered rare today in the industry. The report gives a comprehensive view on the Emerging Space ecosystem, providing facts and figures, underlying key market investment activities, and leveraging NSR's critical satellite and market analysis across sectors.
BOTTOM LINE: How much of an opportunity are the players and applications of the Emerging Space market?
NSR's “Emerging Space Investment Analysis, 3rd Edition (ESIA3) ” incorporates critical analysis across all key market segments, each further segmented into 3 application-driven segments (Earth - Space, Space - Earth, and Space - Space), 6 regions (NAM, WEU, CEEU, MEA, Asia, LAM) and investor-type (Private, Public, Governmental etc.). Activity in each segment and sub-segment is assessed regionally, over time and by amount and type of investment, with historic data dating back to 2000.
Accel, Airbus Bizlab, ASI (Italian Space Agency), Audacy, Audi, Axelspace, Bessemer Venture Partners, Bigelow Aerospace, Blue Origin, Boeing, Bradford Industries, Capella Space, Chang Guang Technologies, Cloud Constellation, CNES CosmiCapital, Deep Space Industries, Delta V, ELSE Astrocast, European Investment Bank (EIB), European Space Agency - Business Incubation Centers (ESA-BICs), exactEarth, ExPace (CASIC), Fleet, Founders Fund, GoldenSpike, GomSpace, Google, HyperSat, ICEYE, Intelsat, iSpace China, JAXA, Kepler Communications, kiwi-microgravity, LandSpace, LeoLabs, Lockheed Martin, Luxembourg Space Fund, Mir Corp., Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, NASA, Nexus Earth, NorthStar, O3b, OneSpace, OneWeb, Orbit Fab, Orbital ATK, PeptiDream, Planet, Planetary Resources, RocketLab, Roscosmos, Satellite Applications Catapult, Sequoia Capital, SES, Skolkovo, Sky & Space Global, Skybox Imaging, Softbank, Space Nation, Space Tango, Space Technology Incubation Centre (S-TIC), SpaceIL, Spaceport America, SpaceX, Spire, Starbust Accelerator, Stratolaunch, Swarm, Taranis, Terran Orbital, The Spaceship Company, Thuraya, Urthecast, Vector, Virgin Galactic, Virgin Orbit, Waypoint2Space, World View Enterprises, XCOR, and York Space Systems.