In its latest research titled, The Space Economy Report 2019, previously named Satellite Value Chain, Euroconsult projects that the commercial space value chain will see steady growth over the next decade.
Euroconsult’s latest research, FSS Capacity Pricing Trends, shows that as the growth of satellite capacity on orbit slows,
Euroconsult expects satellite operators’ revenues to move from DTH and video services to telco- and data-driven traffic.
According to Euroconsult’s latest report, FSS Capacity Pricing Trends, the combination of oversupply from the addition of traditional satellite capacity in certain areas along with the unrelenting rollouts of HTS capacity has resulted in new pricing references in most geographies and market segments across the FSS sector.
Euroconsult has taken a majority stake in Southern Aerospace & Telecom Consulting (Satonsult), an independent consulting company based in Toulouse.
Around 140 satellites with a launch mass over 50kg will be launched each year for the next decade.
The global satellite pay-TV industry has observed strong growth in the past five years despite an increasingly competitive TV landscape where IPTV, DTT and connected entertainment services have rapidly expanded their reach.
The Fixed Services Satellite (FSS) sector generated $12.2 billion in revenues during 2012, an increase of just two per cent.
The satellite market posts solid growth boosted by video services and emerging regions, according to research from Euroconsult.
The satellite pay-TV industry reached revenues close to $90 billion (EUR72 billion) in 2011, up from $79 billion in 2010, according to Euroconsult. The total number of channels distributed reached 19,650.