NSR's Government and Military Satellite Communications, 14th Edition continues where the 13th Edition left off - has the Government & Military shifted into a growth period? With world affairs in a constant state of flux, a renewed focus on Asia-Pacific, and an evolving interplay between MILSATCOM and COMSATCOM capacity. GMSC14 explores the leading trends, drivers, and restraints in the Gov & Mil Satellite communications markets.
Building on nearly a decade and a half of analysis, the report focuses on four core markets: Bulk Leasing, Aeronautical, Maritime, and Land-based segments across narrowband to broadband commercial satellite capacities. Through NSR's scenario-based approach, the report explores how changing defense priorities impact the market, charting a path to growth across the most likely of outcomes. Providing data on In-service SATCOM Units, Capacity Demand, and Revenue forecasts from 2016 - 2026, the report goes behind the press releases to focus-in on the major trends, drivers, and restraints.
NSR's GMSC14 is the industry reference for decision markets in the Gov & Mil SATCOM Market. While major governments around the world build and develop their next-gen MILSATCOM systems, NSR's Government and Military Satellite Communications, 14th Edition charts a path for growth in this steadily improving market.
- The COMSAT vs. MILSAT debate: what is the current state of play?
- MILSAT Systems: what are the major military satellite programs? Which countries are implementing their own national programs? What new actors are emerging?
- U.S. Military involvement: is the U.S. truly seeking lower involvement overseas, or is the reverse true? What effect will this have on market growth?
- Rise of Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS) : is there an increasing market for SATCOM-equipped UAS platforms beyond U.S./NATO?
- The emergence of High Throughput Satellites (HTS) : how has HTS affected FSS markets? What does this mean for capacity pricing?
- Opportunities and Trends: what regions and frequencies still provide opportunities for growth for commercial operators? Which regional players are becoming more relevant at SATCOM hot-spots?
- Shifting Tides: what are the regions with the most global focus? Is there a continued trend of the "Asia-Pivot" occurring?
The NSR Advantage:
This Report offers coverage over and above the competition:
- Longest continuous analysis of Government and Military demand for commercial satcom capacity, built on over a decade of research and analysis
- Complete coverage for all major vertical markets, including discrete analysis for ocean, arctic, and land regions
- Highly granular forecasts over ten years by FSS C/Ku/Ka/X-bands, GEO-HTS C/Ku/Ka-bands, Non-GEO HTS, and MSS Broadband/Narrowband segments
- Detailed split of capacity demand & revenues for bulk-leasing and managed services market
NSR's Government and Military Satellite Communications, 14th Edition, is divided into 5 market segments with further segmentation by region, by frequency band, by type of capacity, and by customer. Data and forecasts are provided on:
- A base forecast of in-service units and revenues for all managed services
- Transponder/Capacity demand and revenues forecast for each frequency band and HTS, including bulk leasing and managed services
- Three scenarios for all market segments and frequency bands, with clearly stated scenario assumptions
- MILSATCOM satellite capacity supply, current and planned
- Regional demand and spending trends on satellite communications
- North America
- Latin America
- Middle East & Africa
- Atlantic Ocean Region
- Indian Ocean Region
- Pacific Ocean Region
- Arctic Ocean Region (for Maritime Applications)
Who Should Purchase this Report:
- Fixed Satellite Services (FSS) and Mobile Satellite Services (MSS) Operators
- Service Providers and Capacity Resellers
- Equipment Manufacturers
- Satellite Manufacturers
- Companies involved in the planning and advising of commercial satellite capacity for government and military applications
- Government regulators and agencies involved in procurement, planning, and operations of satellite communications network