Satellites to be Built & Launched


A complete analysis and forecast of satellite manufacturing and launch services.



Satellites to be Built & Launched is based on an in-depth analysis of satellite applications and missions, satellite operators and users, technology advances, and the impact of these factors on the manufacturing and launch industry. It includes a database of all satellites, regardless of mass, that was launched in the last decade, as well as satellites currently under construction, and launch forecast for the next decade. It also provides detailed status and maturity assessments of 55 commercial constellations of five satellites or more and discusses the business cases for the four mega-constellations and their differing vertical integration strategies.

Key Features

Key Features

  • Strategic Outlook industry issues and trends
  • Comprehensive analysis of demand and supply distribution
  • Dozen of graphs highlighting the key figures
  • Global trends, forecasts and benchmarks by orbits, application, mass categories, type of customers and regions
  • Analysis of the demand through three KPIs: number of satellites, mass to be launched and market value (manufacturing and launch)
  • Detailed market drivers: M&A, new users requirements, GEO comsat orders, satellite flexibility, technical innovation, insurance
  • What to expect for the coming year
  • Last year reality check
  • Satellite supplier analysis
    • Strategic issues
    • Satellite manufacturing overview and trends
    • Financial and revenues of the manufacturing industry
    • Market share between suppliers
    • Satellite platform analysis
    • GEO and NGSO satellites orders backlog
    • Profiling of the 12 largest satellite manufacturers
    • Critical subsystems technologies (propulsion, HTS, inter-satellite link)
  • Launch supply analysis
    • Launch industry overview and trends
    • Financial and revenues of the launch industry
    • Market share between suppliers
    • GEO and NGSO launch orders backlog
    • Profiling of the 5 largest satellite manufacturers
    • Falcon 9’s recovery and reuse case study
    • Impact of reusable launchers and business model of vertically integrated players like SpaceX and Starlink or Amazon and Kuiper
    • Launch rate of GTO launcher
  • Commercial, Government civil and defence satellite demand breakdown by:
    • Mass categories
    • Type of organizations
    • Operators’ region
    • Application
    • Orbit
    • Manufacturing and launch value analysis by region, type of customers, type of providers
    • Commercial constellation CAPEX analysis (launch vs manufacturing).
  • Two time periods of reference: Decade historical trends and decade forecasts.
  • Extensive satellite database, with thousands of data points, covering supply and demand in 20 years.
New in Current Edition

New in Current Edition

  • More user-friendly report structure.
  • Human spaceflight is not considered in this report
  • Last year reality check
  • What to expect in the coming year
  • M&A of the year
  • Venture capital investments in the satellite industry
  • GEO comsat demand outlook
  • Intersatellite link for constellations case study
  • A constellation maturity and credibility assessment.
  • New strategic issues chapter dedicated to the evolution of the industry with content Satcom and Earth observation end users consuming habits’ evolution.
  • Updated price modelling based on new data collected and a refined model regarding CAPEX of the mega constellation.
  • Space logistics focus
  • New GNSS architecture focus
  • U.S DoD multi-layer constellations focus

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