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The $14.63bn Military Satellite market is expected to flourish in the next few years because of increased demand for satellite intelligence in South East.
151 tables and 156 figures
Major Military Satellite contracts and programmes • Detailed tables of significant Military Satellite contracts, projects & programmes categorized by leading country and each leading company.
Analysis of key players in Military Satellite technologies • The Boeing Company • Israel Aerospace Industries • Lockheed-Martin • Mitsubishi Electric Corporation • Raytheon Company • Inmarsat • ISS Reshetnev • Orbital ATK Inc. • SES S.A. • Space Exploration Technologies Corporation • ViaSat Inc • Thales Alenia Space
Military Satellite Market outlook and analysis from 2018-2028
Military Satellite type forecasts and analysis from 2018-2028 • Satellite Buses Forecast 2018-2028 • Payloads & Communications Terminals Forecast 2018-2028 • Launch Services Forecast 2018-2028 • Anti-Satellite Weapons (ASATs) Forecast 2018-2028
Regional Military Satellite market forecasts from 2018-2028 • Australia Military Satellite Forecast 2018-2028 • China Military Satellite Forecast 2018-2028 • France Military Satellite Forecast 2018-2028 • Germany Military Satellite Forecast 2018-2028 • India Military Satellite Forecast 2018-2028 • Israel Military Satellite Forecast 2018-2028 • Italy Military Satellite Forecast 2018-2028 • France Military Satellite Forecast 2018-2028 • Italy Military Satellite Forecast 2018-2028 • Russia Military Satellite Forecast 2018-2028 • Spain Military Satellite Forecast 2018-2028 • United Kingdom Military Satellite Forecast 2018-2028 • United States Military Satellite Forecast 2018-2028 • Rest of the World Military Satellite Forecast 2018-2028
Key questions answered • What does the future hold for the military satellite industry? • Where should you target your business strategy? • Which applications should you focus upon? • Which disruptive technologies should you invest in? • Which companies could you form strategic alliances with? • Which company is likely to success and why? • What business models should you adopt? • What industry trends should you be aware of?
Airbus Amor Group Applied Signal Technology, Inc Areva SA Arkoon Network Security Asia Broadcast Satellite Asia Public Co., Astrium Services GmbH, Ottobrunn Astrotech Aurora Flight Sciences Aveos Fleet Performance Ball Aerospace Bharat Electronics Limited (BEL) Blackbird Technologies, Incorporated Boeing BRAZILIAN SPACE AGENCY C4 Advanced Solutions Carl Zeiss Optronics GmbH Cassidian CDL Systems Ltd Centre for Strategic and Budgetary Assessments Chandler/May Inc Chinese Aerospace Science and Technology Corporation Cloudwatt Danish armed forces DARPA Dassault Aviation Data Path Inc Dauria Aerospace DCNS Deposition Sciences Inc Diehl Air Cabin GmbH DLR, DSN Corp Dynamatic Technologies Ltd Elancourt Elbe Flugzeugwerke, Dresden ELTA Systems Ltd. Eurocopter EutelSat FIMI Finmeccanica (now Leonardo) French Defence Department Générale de l'Armement (DGA) , France Georgia Tech Research Institute Getafe GovSat Harris Information Technology Services Inc. Henggeler Computer Consultants Inc Hensoldt Herndon Honeywell International Inc. Hughes Network Systems Immenstaad Indian Space Research Organisation Industrial Defender Information Satellite Systems Inmarsat Intelsat Iridium Communications Inc Israel Aerospace Industries ISS Reshetnev Italian Defense Ministry Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency JenaOptronik GmbH Kosmotras launch Agency and King Abdulaziz City for Science and Technology (KACST) L&T Technology Services L-3 Communications L-3 Technologies La Caisse des Dépôts LaSalle Capital Lindsay Goldberg LLC. LinQuest Corporation LiveTV Lockheed Martin LOMO Loral Maryland Aerospace Inc., Spaceflight Industries Mitsubishi Electric Corporation Nantero Inc's Narus NASA NATO ND Satcom GmbH Netasq NetNearU Corp. Northrop Grumman Corporation Oberkochen OHB Systems GmbH OpenHydro Orange Participations Orbital ATK Pacific Defence Solutions LLC Parter Capital Group AG Poseidon Scientific Instruments Pty Ltd Procerus Technologies, L.C. QTC Holdings Inc Quantum Industries S.à.r.l., Raytheon Company RUAG SafeNet Inc's Salzburg München Bank AG Satrec Initiative SES Sikorsky Aircraft Solutions made Simple Inc Space and Naval Warfare Systems Command (SPAWAR) Space Engineering SpA, Rome Space Exploration Technologies Corporation SpaceQuest Ltd Speedcast Sputnix SSL (formerly Space Systems/Loral, LLC) Sysgo AG Systems Engineering & Assessment Limited Tampa Microwave Telespazio Teligy Inc, Thales Thales Alenia Space Thales-Raytheon Systems Co. Ltd The Aerospace Corp. the United Arab Emirates Air Force (UAEAF) Trusted Computer Solutions Inc TsSKB-Progress U.S. Air Force U.S. Army U.S. Army Intelligence and Security Command (INSCOM) U.S. Army's Space and Missile Defense Command/Army Forces Strategic Command (USASMDC/ARSTRAT) U.S. Navy United Launch Services, LLC United Technologies Corporation University of New South Wales (UNSW) US Department of Defense (DoD) Vector Aerospace Corporation Veritas Capital ViaSat Visiona Visionix Visual Analytics Inc Vought Aircraft Industries Zeta
Organisations Mentioned Association of the United States Army (AUSA) Australian Defence Force British Army Chinese Aerospace Science and Technology Corporation French Armed Forces French Ministry of Defence Georgia Tech Research Institute German Bundeswehr Indian Air Force Indian Armed Forces Indian Space Research Organisation International Security Assistance Force (ISAF) Israel Space Agency Italian Navy North Atlantic Treaty Organisation (NATO) People's Liberation Army (PLA) Philippine Army The Tank Automotive Research, Development and Engineering Center (TARDEC) UK Ministry of Defence (MoD) US Air Force (USAF) US Army US Department of Defense US Joint Improvised Explosive Device Defeat Organisation (JIEDDO) US Marine Corps (USMC) US National Guard US Navy