The growing need for network connectivity is projected to magnify growth in the global High-Throughput Satellite Market
Covid-19 Impact & Market Status
The report offers an exhaustive overview of the business dynamics and new investment strategies that are being adopted by business leaders across countries and regions to overcome the acute challenges and financial instabilities that have emerged in the post pandemic times.
The report highlights some of the best industry strategies and practices that are adopted by the players across local and global markets. Ever since the Covid-19 broke out in 2019, it has spread aggressively, resulting in rapid declaration by the WHO affirming Covid-19 as a global pandemic and an emergency.
The impact of the pandemic is widespread and the aftermath is well pronounced, gravely affecting the global High-Throughput Satellite chip market. The sudden pandemic and its implications have posed significant challenges such as travel bans, quarantines, and lockdowns.
These developments are hampering operations resulting in supply chain breaches, stock market inefficiencies, and vendor chaos. These are constantly interfering with the normal functioning of industries.
Ever since the outbreak of the global crisis, impact on upstream, downstream, and midstream industries have been appalling. The report delivers a quick ready-to-deploy approach to counter such crisis and steer the global High-Throughput Satellite market towards steady growth and systematic progression.
Amidst the pandemic, aligning with new dynamics, global High-Throughput Satellite market has been witnessing new dynamics which are further necessitating new business models and approaches to recoup growth and revenue streams.
In this report, inquisitive business players would be provided with sufficient guidelines regarding business transformation, integral to sustain stiffening competition in the pandemic and beyond pandemic era global High-Throughput Satellite market.
High-Throughput Satellite for payload segment to Sustain the Highest Revenues, Followed by on-power systems
The technological advances in the payload of a satellite have drastically reduced the cost per bit to the end users. One such advancement is the development of high-throughput satellites (HTS) that transmit 20 times more data than do conventional satellites. Further, increase in the deployment of high-throughput satellites for commercial end users is expected to boost the market growth. On ther hand, the power system segment is anticipated to grow at the significant CAGR over the forecast period.
Broadband High-Throughput Satellite application Segment to be the Most Lucrative
The growing need for the data connectivity across the globe is the reason behind the biggest market share of consumer broadband. During the forecast period, mobility market is expected to grow at a faster rate in comparison with the other types. The growing need for the inflight and maritime connectivity is the major factor driving the high growth. The broadcast segment is estimated to lucrative growth opportunity for market growth.
APAC to Sweep the Largest Revenue Streams Followed by North America
APAC is the largest contributor to this market, followed by Europe and then North America. In Asia, the presence of nations like China and India, with their massive subscriber bases and constantly shifting regulatory and competitive landscapes, has raised demand for High-Throughput Satellite systems. North America, on the other hand, is confronted with the challenges of a deregulated telecom sector.
Further, game type such as the racing is one of the fastest growing segment in application which in turn is favoring rampant expansion of the global High-Throughput Satellite market across regions such as North America and Asia Pacific. Consumer preferences for enhanced customer service with real-time billing experience is expected to gain traction in the global High-Throughput Satellite market.
Rise in the demand for high-throughput satellite constellations, and increase in the deployment of high-throughput satellites for commercial end users is expected to offer new opportunities in the global High-Throughput Satellite market
Advances in satellite communications technology in recent years have led to a massive increase in throughput delivered from a raft of new High Throughput Satellites. More than a dozen such satellites have been recently launched and several more will go into orbit in the coming years. These satellites support diverse user requirements and use cases from connecting the unconnected’ to providing secure and resilient communications to industries, SMEs and all end users. High throughput satellites offer a step change in bandwidth delivery to support a host of diverse customer requirements. High Throughput Satellites are a new generation of spacecraft, capable of delivering vast throughput when compared to conventional FSS, BSS and MSS satellite systems.
Despite a minor growth dip owing to Covid-19 implications, the global High-Throughput Satellite market is expected to recoup growth and register a CAGR over the forecast period.
In recent years, the worldwide high-throughput satellite market has experienced rapid growth. The space sector is on on the verge of a massive transformation, with a high number of HTS expected to launch in the next five years. Because of the growing need for network connectivity, increased demand for high-throughput satellite constellations, and increased deployment of high-throughput satellites for commercial end users, the HTS market has seen rapid growth. Recent advancements in satellite equipment and services have enabled HTS technology to reach a broader segment of the industry's consumers. HTS provides far more capacity than regular satellites at a fraction of the cost. HTS are based on spot beam technology, which allows for frequency re-use across several narrow-focused spot beams. High-throughput satellites offer distinct benefits and have enormous promise in a variety of applications, including enterprise networks, government, and cellular backhaul, to name a few.
The cost per bit to end users has been dramatically decreased thanks to technological advancements in satellite payloads. The invention of high-throughput satellites (HTS) can transfer 20 times more data than ordinary satellites is one such achievement. HTS provides far more capacity than regular satellites at a fraction of the cost. HTS are based on spot beam technology, which allows for frequency re-use across several narrow-focused spot beams. Since the technology's debut 60 years ago, satellite technology has progressed from government-funded projects to commercial endeavours. In terms of studying, exploring, investigating, managing, and utilising space, the space business is packed with a succession of space missions that use resources to produce value and benefit society internationally. Telstar was the first private sector communication satellite, transmitting voice, television, and data between the United States and Europe, allowing commercial end customers to exploit the space.
The HTS market has witnessed a high growth rate owing to the growing need for network connectivity, rise in the demand for high-throughput satellite constellations, and increase in the deployment of high-throughput satellites for commercial end users. The high-throughput satellite market is developing significantly and much of this has been attributed to the rapid technological advancement in this field.
The major players of the global High-Throughput Satellite market are Airbus Group SE, Eutelsat S.A., Hughes Network Systems, LLC, Inmarsat, Intelsat, Orbital ATK Inc., SES S.A., Space Systems Loral, Thales Group, and The Boeing Company.
The High-Throughput Satellite market is a rapidly progressing industry and is characterized to have industrial frontliners as well as aspiring new players aiming to penetrate into the aggressive competitive landscape across global and local markets. Additionally, various new and aspiring players are improving their product lines and upgrading technological capabilities to improve revenue streams amidst Covid-19 impact.
Latest Innovations in the Global High-Throughput Satellite Market: a Snapshot
- In January 2022, Boeing Expands Partnerships with German Industry on F/A-18 Super Hornet and EA-18G Growler fleet.
- In October 2021, Thales group has decided to invest USD 1.2 billion in india over next five years in drone & satellite sector.
High-Throughput Satellite Market Scope
|Forecast Unit||Value (USD)|
|Segment Covered||Type, Application, Regions|
|Regions Covered||North America, Europe, Asia Pacific, Middle East and Africa, South America|
|Key Players Profiled||Airbus Group SE, Eutelsat S.A., Hughes Network Systems, LLC, Inmarsat, Intelsat, Orbital ATK Inc., SES S.A., Space Systems Loral, Thales Group, and The Boeing Company.|
Key Segments of the Global High-Throughput Satellite Market
Type Overview, 2018-2028 (USD Billion)
- Power System
- Attitude Control System
- Propulsion System
Application Overview, 2018-2028 (USD Billion)
- Cellular Backhaul
Regional Overview, 2018-2028 (USD Billion)
- Rest of Europe
- Rest of Asia Pacific
- Rest of South America
Middle East and South Africa