NEW YORK, Dec. 14, 2010 /PRNewswire/ -- Reportlinker.com announces that a new market research report is available in its catalogue:
This report analyses the key satellite markets, both civilian and military, and allows readers to gain real insight on future market opportunities and the outstanding medium-term issues for satellite market players. It also pinpoints the central challenges that satellite operators are having to contend with – hybridization with terrestrial networks being undoubtedly the main one – and the assets they have to forge a solid foothold in the various future markets.
- What are the main satellite markets today?
- What developments can we expect to see in the satellite TV market?
- What are the major markets of tomorrow?
- Will they be niche markets or true high potential ones?
- How are satellite industry players adapting to this hybridizationwith terrestrial networks?
- What developments are expected in the battle for spectrum with mobile operators?
> Examined markets:
- DTH, Fixed broadband per satellite, Hybrid mobile broadband,
Aeronautic & maritime, Military, M2M,
Earth observation, Geographical positioning
1. Executive Summary
3. Satellite's markets
3.1. DTH market
3.1.1. Satellite increasing its share of the TV
3.1.2. Growing number of TV channels and
development of video services
distributed by satellite
3.1.3. Increased competition for satellite
3.1.4. What the market can offer
3.2. Fixed broadband access per satellite
3.2.1. From commercial offers to increasingly
3.2.2. A technology that's back in the news
3.2.3. What the market can offer
3.3. High-speed mobile data transmission
3.3.1. A changing market
3.3.2. Leading players
3.3.3. ATC technology in the US, CGC in
Europe: technological disruption?
3.3.4. Leading players and their broadband
3.3.4. What the market can offer
3.4. Aeronautics and maritime sectors
3.4.1. Maritime communication services: key
driving force in MSS market growth
3.4.2. In-flight communication services: up and
3.4.3. What the market can offer
3.5. Military market
3.5.1. Changes at work in the industry in both
the US and Europe
3.5.2. What the market can offer
3.6. M2M and asset tracking
3.6.1. M2M via satellite has expanded
substantially but still a niche market
3.6.2. Market driven chiefly by maritime
security and homeland security
3.6.3. Leading players
3.6.4. What the market can offer
3.7. Earth observation
3.7.1. The race for higher resolution is on
3.7.2. Recent and upcoming launch of very
high resolution imaging satellites
3.7.3. Market driven by military sector and
3.7.4. Planes and cars with on-board cameras:
complement or rival?
3.7.5. Cars make it possible to achieve
3.7.6. New demand in the public sector
3.7.7. What the market can offer
3.8. Geographical positioning
3.8.1. Leading systems
3.8.2. What impact will Galileo have?
3.8.3. What the market can offer
4. Leading market issues
by geographical area
• Leading market issues related to fixed
• Identification of the most attractive markets
for satellite operators
5.1. The future of satellite telecommunications
5.1.1. Evolution of telecommunications
5.1.2. Evolution of platforms and launchers
5.1.3. Evolution of the earth segment
5.2. Deployment of terrestrial backbone
5.2.1. Leading players and strategies
5.2.2. Satellite operators in a niche
5.2.3. More than a backbone, satellite can play
a central role in content delivery network
5.3. Can satellite remain a pure player?
5.3.1. Main findings on consumption
5.3.2. Main findings on network infrastructure
5.3.3. A hybrid approach is inevitable
5.4. Does it still make sense to draw a
separation between MSS and FSS?
5.4.1. A difference tending to disappear
5.4.2. A degree of competition between FSS
and MSS now exists
5.5. What impact will TV's move to the Web
5.5.1. Internet: a new video distribution
5.5.2. Swift changes in video viewing habits
5.5.3. Connected TV solutions for new
5.5.4. Convergence of broadcast and Internet
5.6. Orbital positions becoming scarce in
some key areas
5.6.1. Scarcity of available orbital slots
5.6.2. Several strategies adopted by operators
5.7. Can we expect a new battle over
spectrum spurred by mobile services?
5.7.1. The frequency planning procedure
5.7.2. Recent S-band allocations in Europe
5.7.3. MSS frequencies could be reallocated to
terrestrial operators in the United States
5.8. Latest developments in the launch market
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