Global Commercial and Military Satellite Communications Market and Technology Forecast to 2025

By Region (Africa, Asia/Pacific, Europe, North America, and South America), and By Technology (Mobile Video, Mobile Data, Laser Fiber Optic, Fixed Video, Microsats/Nanosats, and Tracking/Monitoring)

Across all aspects of life in today’s increasingly complex and interdependent world, the need for large amounts of data to be moved from anywhere, to anywhere, on demand, is vast, immediate, and growing. This demand is driven not only by social and commercial requirements, like the sharing and improvement of educational, medical, and business information, but also, and perhaps most critically, by military applications. However, the expansion of high data transfer rate capacity is hampered by a critical lack of required infrastructure, especially in less developed areas of the world.

This paper looks at today’s growing commercial and military satellite communications and technology markets.

The traditional focus in this market is for expanded data transfer rate capacity on demand, and the efforts are to migrate from sparse, terrestrial networks, centered on both the economic and military needs of the current world’s developed countries.

This trend is now changing toward a space-based network with the capacity to service the entire globe. In this report, the key metric for the communications market is the assured, reliable, high-capacity data transfer rates (DTR), on demand, for the end user. This report presents a summary and assessment of both the current terrestrial and space-based communication networks, the projected evolutionary paths over the next decade, and the implications of both technical and political influence on the global market for high, on demand, and secure data rates.

This report provides the reader with an understanding of what can be achieved within the next decade if both the political and commercial will, and economic incentives, are present to connect the entire globe.

The increasing market demand for live, streaming video-quality data for mobile users is fiscally limited by terrestrial infrastructures and technologies. Large parts of the globe are left out of a global network because of the inability, both nationally and regionally, to invest in the necessary terrestrial infrastructures. The majority of the consensus among experts is that the solution within the next decade is to make the investment to develop the next generation of communication satellites and to add the space segment of the global data network. A space segment would work very economically with a terrestrial based communications backbone, even though sparsely populated in regions of the globe where both terrain and culture limits what can be installed.

In this report, a qualitative description of several ‘disruptive’ platform technologies will provide the reader an appreciation and qualitative understanding of how even developing countries can be connected to the global communication grid by 2022.

While the ground and launch segments of the space industry are key for overall success of space operational capabilities, this paper focuses primarily on the space segment of the industry and how that relates to the industry as a whole.


In particular, this forecast provides an in-depth analysis of:
  • Current and Future Technologies: Space-based capabilities are delivered today through large, expensive systems.  That limits markets and consumer choices.  Future technologies will be much smaller and cheaper.  Some may actually fly in the atmosphere while delivering satellite-like capabilities.
    • Radio SatCom: Today’s consumers demand essentially unlimited data bandwidth, all the time and everywhere.  They can’t get that with traditional satellite communication.  Radio frequencies limit data rates, as does ionospheric attenuation.  This technology is reaching its theoretical limits.
    • Laser SatCom: Lasers will increase datarates perhaps 100X over radio.  But, only the blue-green frequencies penetrate water (clouds) reliably, they have much smaller ‘footprints’ than radio, and transmitters must track the fast-moving satellites.  Those problems are being solved, meaning this technology has a future in commercial SatCom.
    • Terrestrial Fiber Optic: As a contrast to SatCom, this report also analyses fiber optic cables laid primarily under oceans.  The costs are higher than radio SatCom but less than the emerging space lasers.  Latency, the transmission time over distance, is shorter than with satellites.  It’s a viable alternative that satellite operators need to understand
    • Microsats/Nanosats: Very small satellites are launched on single boosters and deployed from racks of a dozen or more.  They’re essentially expendable and, while limited in individual capacity, easily form large networks.  Such network survivability attracts military development.  But they’re power-limited by their small size (solar cells and batteries) and are also much harder to coordinate in commercial service given the large number of unpredictable and mobile customers.
  • Satellite Services: Fixed services are losing market share to mobile services.  Hardware will continue to shrink, with advances in C-Band, Ka Band, and Ku Band technologies.
    • Fixed: Historically, the fixed satellite business has been marked by stable growth and profitability due to steadily-increasing demand for a broad range of applications.  One continent will continue to see growth here while the others may not.
    • Mobile: This service is very sensitive to value, or the datarate delivered compared to cost.  Today, that ratio only supports modest CAGRs a bit under 10%.
    • Sea: This market is moving toward very small aperture antennas.  That service should grow at just over 10% per year.
    • Terrestrial: This market is also moving toward very small antennas but is growing faster than the sea market and will see more demand from small consumers, vice commercial consumers.
    • C-Band: This spectrum faces two major challenges: revenues are declining and there’s a raging international debate over frequency allocations.
    • Ka Band: If Scenario II proves more accurate, we expect significantly increased growth in this band.
    • Ku Band: Service in Ku should grow modestly but steadily in Scenario I.

Reasons to buy:
  • This forecast includes two scenarios:  today’s established technology and an alternate future disrupted by emerging capabilities based on very small satellites or even unmanned aerial vehicles in the atmosphere.
  • Without that disruption, we forecast SatCom markets to grow at over 70% CAGR, with an extreme dispersion of growth rates between rising and declining technologies.  It will be a very uncertain market.
  • If the disruptive Scenario II occurs, however, we forecast a CAGR of just under 110% in the second half of our report’s period.  That future could very well kill one of the legacy technologies. Readers will know which path to take and which to avoid, or leave if they’re already on it.
  • Business opportunities are clearly identified in context throughout the report and also consolidated into a separate chapter.
  • Those features are especially useful to business developers, who anticipate consumer demand and, in turn, drive demand for new technologies.
  • Manufacturers need to know the technology possibilities and anticipate demand.  Lead times are so long that waiting for orders guarantees failure by losing contracts to those who read this forecast.
  • Launch system operators will see the major changes coming in time to design the busses, insertion motors, adaptors, etc. necessary to modify their rockets for evolving payloads.

1    Introduction

1.1  Scope of this report

1.2  Methodology

1.3  Basic Scenario Assumptions
1.3.1    Scenario I – Today’s Steady-State Markets
1.3.2    Scenario II – Growth by Disruptive ‘SmallSats’, and Launch Technology

1.4  Who is This Report For?
1.4.1    Business Leaders & Business Developers
1.4.2    Spacecraft Manufacturers
1.4.3    Payload Manufacturers
1.4.4    Ground Segment Manufacturers
1.4.5    Launch System Operators and Modernizers
1.4.6    Government Policy Setters

1.5  Language Disclaimer and Further Information

2    Executive Summary

2.1  SATCOM – A Reality Check
2.1.1    Insatiable Demand for Internet Bandwidth
2.1.2    Space-based Communication Advantages
2.1.3    Space-based Communication Disadvantages

2.2  Major Findings

2.3  Major Conclusions

2.4  Data Transmission Demand

2.5  Important Tables and Graphs
2.5.1    Scenario I Satellite Communication Consolidated Market Forecast by Region
2.5.2    Scenario II Satellite Communication Consolidated Market Forecast by Region
2.5.3    Scenario I vs. II Satellite Communication Market Forecast Comparison

2.6  Brief Review of Long-Range Communication
2.6.1    Line-of-Sight Communications Geometry
2.6.2    Technologies Summary.

3    Current and Near Future Technologies

3.1  Satellite Communications
3.1.1    Atmospheric Absorption
3.1.2    Basic Radio Communications
3.1.3    Example of implementation
3.1.4    Drivers
3.1.5    Inhibitors

3.2  Laser SatCom Communications
3.2.1    State of Technology
3.2.2    Example of implementation
3.2.3    Drivers
3.2.4    Inhibitors

3.3  Terrestrial-Based Fiber Optics
3.3.1    Terrestrial Fiber Optic Context
3.3.2    State of Fiber Optic Technology
3.3.3    American Fiber Optic Network Example
3.3.4    Primary Fiber Optic Cable Uses
3.3.5    Drivers
3.3.6    Inhibitors

3.4  Nanosatellites
3.4.1    Overview
3.4.2    Established Nanosatellite Technologies
3.4.3    Near Future Nanosatellite Technologies
3.4.4    Long Term Nanosatellite Technologies
3.4.5    Low Cost, Light Weight Rockets
3.4.6    Advanced Materials
3.4.7    Thin Film Photovoltaics
3.4.8    Batteries
3.4.9    Ion Propulsion
3.4.10 RF and Laser Communications
3.4.11 Advanced Computational Micro-Electronics
3.4.12 Orbital Mesh Networks
3.4.13 Drivers
3.4.14 Inhibitors

4    Satellite Services/Technologies

4.1  Fixed Satellite Services (FSS)

4.2  Mobile Satellite Services

4.3  Competitive Vendor Landscape

4.4  Very Small Aperture Antenna Terminal – Sea

4.5  Very Small Aperture Antenna Terminal – Terrestrial

4.6  C-Band

4.7  Ka Band

4.8  Ku Band

5    Satellite Communication Market Forecasts by Technology

5.1  Future Technology

5.2  Future Market Drivers

5.3  Future Market Inhibitors

5.4  Satellite Communication Consolidated Market Forecasts
5.4.1    Scenario I Satellite Communication Consolidated Market Forecast by Region
5.4.2    Scenario II Satellite Communication Consolidated Market Forecast by Region
5.4.3    Scenario I vs. II Satellite Communication Market Forecast Comparison

5.5  Mobile Video Market Forecast
5.5.1    Scenario I Mobile Video Market Forecast by Region
5.5.2    Scenario II Mobile Video Market Forecast by Region
5.5.3    Scenario I vs. II Mobile Video Market Forecast Comparison

5.6  Mobile Data Market Forecast (non-video)
5.6.1    Scenario I Mobile Data Market Forecast by Region
5.6.2    Scenario II Mobile Data Market Forecast by Region
5.6.3    Scenario I vs. II Mobile Data Market Forecast Comparison

5.7  Laser Fiber Optic Communications Market Forecast
5.7.1    Scenario I Laser Fiber Optic Communications Market Forecast by Region
5.7.2    Scenario II Laser Fiber Optic Communications Market Forecast by Region
5.7.3    Scenario I vs. II Laser Fiber Optic Communications Market Forecast Comparison

5.8  Fixed Video Services Market Forecast
5.8.1    Scenario I Fixed Video Services Market Forecast by Region
5.8.2    Scenario II Fixed Video Services Market Forecast by Region
5.8.3    Scenario I vs. II Fixed Video Services Market Forecast Comparison

5.9  Microsats/Nanosatellites Market Forecast
5.9.1    Scenario I Microsats/Nanosatellites Market Forecast by Region
5.9.2    Scenario II Microsats/Nanosatellites Market Forecast by Region
5.9.3    Scenario I vs. II Microsats/Nanosatellites Market Forecast Comparison

5.10  Tracking and Monitoring (MSS) Market Forecast
5.10.1 Scenario I Tracking and Monitoring (MSS) Market Forecast by Region
5.10.2 Scenario II Tracking and Monitoring (MSS) Market Forecast by Region
5.10.3 Scenario I vs. II Tracking and Monitoring (MSS) Market Forecast Comparison

6    Satellite Communication Market Forecasts by Region

6.1  Global Market
6.1.1    Scenario I Global Satellite Communication Market Forecast by Technology
6.1.2    Scenario II Global Satellite Communication Market Forecast by Technology6
6.1.3   Scenario I vs. Scenario II Global Satellite Communication Market Forecast Comparison

6.2  Africa
6.2.1    Scenario I African Satellite Communication Market Forecast by Technology
6.2.2    Scenario II African Satellite Communication Market Forecast by Technology
6.2.3   cenario I vs. Scenario II African Satellite Communication Market Forecast Comparison

6.3  Asia/Pacific
6.3.1    Scenario I Asian Satellite Communication Market Forecast by Technology
6.3.2    Scenario II Asian Satellite Communication Market Forecast by Technology
6.3.3   Scenario I vs. Scenario II Asian Satellite Communication Market Forecast Comparison

6.4  Europe
6.4.1    Scenario I European Satellite Communication Market Forecast by Technology
6.4.2    Scenario II European Satellite Communication Market Forecast by Technology
6.4.3    Scenario I vs. Scenario II European Satellite Communication Market Forecast Comparison

6.5  North America
6.5.1    Scenario I North American Satellite Communication Market Forecast by Technology
6.5.2    Scenario II North American Satellite Communication Market Forecast by Technology
6.5.3    Scenario I vs. Scenario II North American Satellite Communication Market Forecast Comparison

6.6  South America
6.6.1    Scenario I South American Satellite Communication Market Forecast by Technology
6.6.2    Scenario II South American Satellite Communication Market Forecast by Technology
6.6.3    Scenario I vs. Scenario II South American Satellite Communication Market Forecast Comparison

7    Business Opportunities

7.1  Developing World Mobile Services

7.2  Improving Mobile Broadband Speeds

7.3  Laser Communications

8    About Market Forecast

8.1  General

8.2  Contact us

8.3  Disclaimer

8.4  License information
8.4.1    1-User PDF License
8.4.2    5-User PDF License
8.4.3    Site PDF License
8.4.4    Enterprise PDF License

9    Appendices

9.1  Glossary

9.2  Microsat Vendors/Products

9.3  Communication Satellites and Operating Frequencies
 

List of Figures

Figure 1 - Map of Global Population Density and Per Capita Income
Figure 2 - World map of the Human Development Index
Figure 3 - Scenario I Satellite Communication Consolidated Market Forecast by Region by [$Millions] – 2018-2025
Figure 4 - Scenario II Satellite Communication Consolidated Market Forecast by Region by [$Millions] – 2018-2025
Figure 5 - Scenario I vs. II Satellite Communication Market Forecast Comparison by [$Millions] – 2018-2025
Figure 6 - Comparison of Earth LOS Coverage from LEO, MEO and GEO Satellites
Figure 7 - GEO earth coverage geometry
Figure 8 - The Iridium Constellation
Figure 9 - Atmospheric Transmission Windows
Figure 10 - Atmospheric Attenuation of Radio Signals
Figure 11 – Underwater Cable Routes
Figure 12 - Two Shoebox-sized Planet Labs Satellites Deploy from a Dispenser Aboard the International Space Station.
Figure 13 - Briefing to SMD Symposium 14 August 2013
Figure 14 - Kestrel Eye, NanoEye, and SATS: Tactical Imaging for Warfighters
Figure 15 - Solar Cell Efficiency over Time
Figure 16 - Lithium-Sulfur Battery Energy Densities
Figure 17 - Accion Ion Thruster
Figure 18 - Future of movie Minority Report will soon be our present.
Figure 19 - Scenario I Satellite Communication Consolidated Market Forecast by Region by [$Millions] – 2018-2025
Figure 20 - Scenario II Satellite Communication Consolidated Market Forecast by Region by [$Millions] – 2018-2025
Figure 21 - Scenario I vs. II Satellite Communication Market Forecast Comparison by [$Millions] – 2018-2025
Figure 22 - Scenario I Mobile Video Market Forecast by Region by [$Millions] – 2018-2025
Figure 23 - Scenario II Mobile Video Market Forecast by Region by [$Millions] – 2018-2025
Figure 24 - Scenario I vs. II Mobile Video Market Forecast Comparison by [$Millions] – 2018-2025
Figure 25 - Scenario I Mobile Data Market Forecast by Region by [$Millions] – 2018-2025
Figure 26 - Scenario II Mobile Data Market Forecast by Region by [$Millions] – 2018-2025
Figure 27 - Scenario I vs. II Mobile Data Market Forecast Comparison by [$Millions] – 2018-2025
Figure 28 - Scenario I Laser Fiber Optic Communications Market Forecast by Region by [$Millions] – 2018-2025
Figure 29 - Scenario II Laser Fiber Optic Communications Market Forecast by Region by [$Millions] – 2018-2025
Figure 30 - Scenario I vs. II Laser Fiber Optic Communications Market Forecast Comparison by [$Millions] – 2018-2025
Figure 31 - Scenario I Fixed Video Services Market Forecast by Region by [$Millions] – 2018-2025
Figure 32 - Scenario II Fixed Video Services Market Forecast by Region by [$Millions] – 2018-2025
Figure 33 - Scenario I vs. II Fixed Video Services Market Forecast Comparison by [$Millions] – 2018-2025
Figure 34 - Scenario I Microsats/Nanosatellites Market Forecast by Region by [$Millions] – 2018-2025
Figure 35 - Scenario II Microsats/Nanosatellites Market Forecast by Region by [$Millions] – 2018-2025
Figure 36 - Scenario I vs. II Microsats/Nanosatellites Market Forecast Comparison by [$Millions] – 2018-2025
Figure 37 - Scenario I Tracking and Monitoring (MSS) Market Forecast by Region by [$Millions] – 2018-2025
Figure 38 - Scenario II Tracking and Monitoring (MSS) Market Forecast by Region by [$Millions] – 2018-2025
Figure 39 - Scenario I vs. II Tracking and Monitoring (MSS) Market Forecast Comparison by [$Millions] – 2018-2025
Figure 40 - Scenario I Global Satellite Communication Market Forecast by Technology by [$Million] – 2018–2025
Figure 41 - Scenario II Global Satellite Communication Market Forecast by Technology by [$Million] – 2018–2025
Figure 42 - Scenario I vs. Scenario II Global Satellite Communication Market Forecast Comparison by [$Million] – 2018–2025
Figure 43 - Scenario I African Satellite Communication Market Forecast by Technology by [$Million] – 2018–2025
Figure 44 - Scenario II African Satellite Communication Market Forecast by Technology by [$Million] – 2018–2025
Figure 45 - Scenario I vs. Scenario II African Satellite Communication Market Forecast Comparison by [$Million] – 2018–2025
Figure 46 - Scenario I Asian Satellite Communication Market Forecast by Technology by [$Million] – 2018–2025
Figure 47 - Scenario II Asian Satellite Communication Market Forecast by Technology by [$Million] – 2018–2025
Figure 48 - Scenario I vs. Scenario II Asian Satellite Communication Market Forecast Comparison by [$Million] – 2018–2025
Figure 49 - Scenario I European Satellite Communication Market Forecast by Technology by [$Million] – 2018–2025
Figure 50 - Scenario II European Satellite Communication Market Forecast by Technology by [$Million] – 2018–2025
Figure 51 - Scenario I vs. Scenario II European Satellite Communication Market Forecast Comparison by [$Million] – 2018–2025
Figure 52 - Scenario I North American Satellite Communication Market Forecast by Technology by [$Million] – 2018–2025
Figure 53 - Scenario II North American Satellite Communication Market Forecast by Technology by [$Million] – 2018–2025
Figure 54 - Scenario I vs. Scenario II North American Satellite Communication Market Forecast Comparison by [$Million] – 2018–2025
Figure 55 - Scenario I South American Satellite Communication Market Forecast by Technology by [$Million] – 2018–2025
Figure 56 - Scenario II South American Satellite Communication Market Forecast by Technology by [$Million] – 2018–2025
Figure 57 - Scenario I vs. Scenario II South American Satellite Communication Market Forecast Comparison by [$Million] – 2018–2025
 

List of Tables

Table 1 - Scenario I Satellite Communication Consolidated Market Forecast by Region by [$Millions] – 2018-2025
Table 2 - Scenario II Satellite Communication Consolidated Market Forecast by Region by [$Millions] – 2018-2025
Table 3 - Scenario I vs. II Satellite Communication Market Forecast Comparison by [$Millions] – 2018-2025
Table 4 - Communication Payloads
Table 5 - Space and non-space-based platforms
Table 6 - Global On-Orbit Services
Table 7 - Scenario I Satellite Communication Consolidated Market Forecast by Region by [$Millions] – 2018-2025
Table 8 - Scenario II Satellite Communication Consolidated Market Forecast by Region by [$Millions] – 2018-2025
Table 9 - Scenario I vs. II Satellite Communication Market Forecast Comparison by [$Millions] – 2018-2025
Table 10 - Scenario I Mobile Video Market Forecast by Region by [$Millions] – 2018-2025
Table 11 - Scenario II Mobile Video Market Forecast by Region by [$Millions] – 2018-2025
Table 12 - Scenario I vs. II Mobile Video Market Forecast Comparison by [$Millions] – 2018-2025
Table 13 - Scenario I Mobile Data Market Forecast by Region by [$Millions] – 2018-2025
Table 14 - Scenario II Mobile Data Market Forecast by Region by [$Millions] – 2018-2025
Table 15 - Scenario I vs. II Mobile Data Market Forecast Comparison by [$Millions] – 2018-2025
Table 16 - Scenario I Laser Fiber Optic Communications Market Forecast by Region by [$Millions] – 2018-2025
Table 17 - Scenario II Laser Fiber Optic Communications Market Forecast by Region by [$Millions] – 2018-2025
Table 18 - Scenario I vs. II Laser Fiber Optic Communications Market Forecast Comparison by [$Millions] – 2018-2025
Table 19 - Scenario I Fixed Video Services Market Forecast by Region by [$Millions] – 2018-2025
Table 20 - Scenario II Fixed Video Services Market Forecast by Region by [$Millions] – 2018-2025
Table 21 - Scenario I vs. II Fixed Video Services Market Forecast Comparison by [$Millions] – 2018-2025
Table 22 - Scenario I Microsats/Nanosatellites Market Forecast by Region by [$Millions] – 2018-2025
Table 23 - Scenario II Microsats/Nanosatellites Market Forecast by Region by [$Millions] – 2018-2025
Table 24 - Scenario I vs. II Microsats/Nanosatellites Market Forecast Comparison by [$Millions] – 2018-2025
Table 25 - Scenario I Tracking and Monitoring (MSS) Market Forecast by Region by [$Millions] – 2018-2025
Table 26 - Scenario II Tracking and Monitoring (MSS) Market Forecast by Region by [$Millions] – 2018-2025
Table 27 - Scenario I vs. II Tracking and Monitoring (MSS) Market Forecast Comparison by [$Millions] – 2018-2025
Table 28 - Scenario I Global Satellite Communication Market Forecast by Technology by [$Million] – 2018–2025
Table 29 - Scenario II Global Satellite Communication Market Forecast by Technology by [$Million] – 2018–2025
Table 30 - Scenario I vs. Scenario II Global Satellite Communication Market Forecast Comparison by [$Million] – 2018–2025
Table 31 - Scenario I African Satellite Communication Market Forecast by Technology by [$Million] – 2018–2025
Table 32 - Scenario II African Satellite Communication Market Forecast by Technology by [$Million] – 2018–2025
Table 33 - Scenario I vs. Scenario II African Satellite Communication Market Forecast Comparison by [$Million] – 2018–2025
Table 34 - Scenario I Asian Satellite Communication Market Forecast by Technology by [$Million] – 2018–2025
Table 35 - Scenario II Asian Satellite Communication Market Forecast by Technology by [$Million] – 2018–2025
Table 36 - Scenario I vs. Scenario II Asian Satellite Communication Market Forecast Comparison by [$Million] – 2018–2025
Table 37 - Scenario I European Satellite Communication Market Forecast by Technology by [$Million] – 2018–2025
Table 38 - Scenario II European Satellite Communication Market Forecast by Technology by [$Million] – 2018–2025
Table 39 - Scenario I vs. Scenario II European Satellite Communication Market Forecast Comparison by [$Million] – 2018–2025
Table 40 - Scenario I North American Satellite Communication Market Forecast by Technology by [$Million] – 2018–2025
Table 41 - Scenario II North American Satellite Communication Market Forecast by Technology by [$Million] – 2018–2025
Table 42 - Scenario I vs. Scenario II North American Satellite Communication Market Forecast Comparison by [$Million] – 2018–2025
Table 43 - Scenario I South American Satellite Communication Market Forecast by Technology by [$Million] – 2018–2025
Table 44 - Scenario II South American Satellite Communication Market Forecast by Technology by [$Million] – 2018–2025
Table 45 - Scenario I vs. Scenario II South American Satellite Communication Market Forecast Comparison by [$Million] – 2018–2025
Table 46 - Comprehensive List of Communication Satellites and Operating Frequencies

 

Microsat Vendors listed in this report

Andrews Space, Inc.
CGG Safety and Systems
Crystalspace
CubeSpace
EyasSAT
GomSpace
HEAD Aerospace
IQ Wireless  
ISIS
Maryland Aerospace Inc.
Microspace  
NewSpace Systems
Pumpkin Inc.
RUAG Space
Solar MEMS Technologies S.L.
SSBV GS
Thoth Technology Inc.
Xiphos Technologies
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