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April 2nd, 2018

Euroconsult's "Satellites to be Built and Launched by 2026" Analysis and Report

Euroconsult's analysis and forecast of satellite manufacturing and launch services worldwide is available in their "Satellites to be Built and Launched by 2026" report and includes PDF and Excel files.

The report highlights include...

  • Nearly 3,000 satellites, weighing more than 50 kg, will be launched in 2017–2026 (threefold increase compared to the previous decade)
  • Revenues for the world space industry over the next decade are estimated at $304 billion (manufacturing and launch services)
  • In the first nine months of 2017, a total of 70 satellites weighing more than 50 kg were launched out of a planned total of 173
  • In 2016, 100 satellites were launched for a market value of nearly $32 billion (average capex of $322 million per satellite)
  • Growth in satellite launches in recent years was driven by the launch of LEO and MEO constellations
  • As opposed to the previous decade and due to constellations, the largest market will be for commercial satellites, with approximately 2,000 satellites


Key Trends, Drivers and Forecasts

  • Exclusive 10-year forecasts including breakdown by customer and by orbit, with number and mass of satellites to be manufactured and launched, plus market value (manufacturing and launch services)
  • Review of strategic issues from both supply (industry) and demand (customers) perspectives
  • Detailed demand database for commercial (order book) and government satellites (forecasts) including: application, launch date, launch mass, satellite platform, manufacturer, launch provider

New in this edition

  • Retrospective analysis of Euroconsult’s forecast matching with satellite reality over the past 17 years
  • Market share of the satellites of the report relative to the cubesat and mega-comsat constellations
  • New data series in Excel files
  • New format and layout

To learn more about this highly informative report and to download an extract, please access this direct infopage link and/or download the brochure via this link...