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Military Satellite Communications

発行 Euroconsult 商品コード 304895
出版日 ページ情報 英文 150 Pages
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軍用衛星通信 Military Satellite Communications
出版日: 2014年04月30日 ページ情報: 英文 150 Pages
概要

当レポートでは、陸軍、海軍、UAVなど軍用衛星通信のエンドユーザー市場を調査し、軍用衛星通信の利用状況、利用要件、需要の推移と予測、調達プログラム、機器・専用システムの評価などをまとめています。

第1章 概要・戦略的課題・予測

  • 衛星通信:これまでの経緯
  • 主要動向・成長牽引因子
  • 軍による予測
  • Euroconsultによる予測シナリオ

第2章 陸軍

  • 部隊の配備
  • 設備品管理
  • 通信・帯域の活用

第3章 海軍

  • フリートの発展
  • フリートの配備
  • フリート機器
  • 通信・帯域の活用

第4章 無人航空機

  • フリートの発展
  • フライト活動
  • センサー
  • 通信・帯域の活用
  • 将来の展望

第5章 有人航空機

  • 監視・偵察
  • その他のミッション

第6章 衛星システムと供給

  • 軍事システム
  • 商用リース
  • モバイルサービス
  • ホステッドペイロード

第7章 商用サービスの提供

  • 商用衛星サービスのための調達
  • 主要サービスプロバイダーのプロファイル

調査対象企業・プログラム

  • Airbus Defense & Space
  • Artel
  • Commercial Broadband and Satellite Program (CBSP)
  • DRS Technical Services
  • Future Comsatcom Services Acquisition (FCSA) Program
  • Global Broadcast Service (GBS) Inmarsat Solutions
  • Intelsat General
  • IoGlobal Services
  • Iridium
  • Mobile User Objective System (MUOS)
  • Segovia
  • SES Government Solutions
  • SniperHill Internet Services
  • TeleCommunications Systems
  • Thuraya
  • Warfighter Information Network-Tactical (WIN-T) program
  • XTAR
  • Wideband Global Satcom (WGS)、など
目次
Product Code: MIL14

Military Satellite Communications is the essential planning and forecast tool for future military satellite requirements. The report provides a comprehensive bottom-up assessment of all relevant military satcom user markets, including land forces, naval forces, UAVs and manned aircraft. The report also includes a forecasting tool that allows users to instantaneously measure possible demand requirements and impacts of any future conflict scenario over the next ten years, while taking into account all key trends, drivers and limitations of military satellite communications.

Highlights from the report:

The usage of satellite communications by the military has seen tremendous growth over the past 15 years. Satellite capacity usage by the U.S. DoD has increased fivefold over 2000-2012 to over 10GHz, primarily driven by the two large conflicts in Iraq and Afghanistan. The military has in particular become a significant market for commercial satellite operators, with around 70% of total Satcom capacity used today provided by commercial satellites.

Beyond operators, the increasing use of satellite communications has nurtured an entire ecosystem of players along the Milsatcom value chain including satellite service providers, terminal and antenna manufacturers, satellite manufacturers, and system integrators, transforming military satellite communications into a multi-billion dollar industry.

Forecasting military demand has historically been a challenge. Forecast models, including the military's own capacity projections, in many cases fall short of taking into account unexpected events, given the event-driven and unpredictable nature of military demand. In parallel to this report we are releasing an interactive and fully customizable forecast tool which will enable our customers to simulate and see the impacts of hundreds of scenarios by selecting the number, nature and possible time of conflicts for land, air and sea, simulating capacity (GHz) and throughput (Gbps) requirements by frequency band, military segment, and commercial vs. proprietary systems.

Key Features:

Report elements:

  • Over 150 pages
  • More than 100 full page graphs & tables
  • PDF, Excel & PPT Files

Key trends, drivers & forecasts:

  • Comprehensive bottom-up assessment of all relevant military satcom user markets (Land Forces, Naval Forces, UAVs,Manned Aircraft)
  • In-depth evaluation of military satellite communication requirements for relevant applications
  • Examination of current and future milsatcom equipment and ongoing procurement programs
  • Assessment of proprietary and commercial milsatcom systems and capabilities
  • Forecast Tool for future satcom demand scenarios

The Forecast tool

Given the event-driven nature of the Milsatcom market and limited usefulness in projecting one possible future evolution, Euroconsult has developed a fully customizable forecast tool allowing the user to instantaneously measure possible demand requirement and impacts of any future conflict scenario over the next ten years, while taking into account all key trends, drivers and limitations of military satellite communications. The tool allows you to create scenarios with multiple conflicts, variable conflict types, and different conflict years for all four segments, and simulates capacity (GHz) and throughput (Gbps) requirements by frequency band, military segment, and commercial vs. proprietary systems

Table of Contents

1- Overview, strategic issues and forecasts

  • Historical Trends for satcom usage
  • Key trends and drivers
  • The military's own forecasts
  • Euroconsult forecast scenarios

2- Land Forces

  • Troop deployments
  • Equipment inventories
  • Communications and bandwidth utilization

3- Naval Forces

  • Fleet development
  • Fleet deployments
  • Fleet equipment
  • Communications and bandwidth utilization

4- UAVs

  • Fleet development
  • Flight activity
  • Sensors
  • Communications and bandwidth utilization
  • Future prospects

5- Manned Aircraft

  • Surveillance and reconnaissance
  • Other missions

6- Satellite systems and supply

  • Military systems
  • Commercial leases
  • Mobile services
  • Hosted payloads

7- Commercial service provision

  • Procurement vehicles for commercial satellite services
  • Profiles of major service providers

Companies and programs profiled in this report:

Airbus Defense & Space (formerly Astrium Services); Artel; Commercial Broadband and Satellite Program (CBSP); DRS Technical Services; Future Comsatcom Services Acquisition (FCSA) Program; Global Broadcast Service (GBS) Inmarsat Solutions; Intelsat General; IoGlobal Services; Iridium; Mobile User Objective System (MUOS); Segovia; SES Government Solutions; SniperHill Internet Services; TeleCommunications Systems; Thuraya; Warfighter Information Network-Tactical (WIN-T) program; XTAR; Wideband Global Satcom (WGS); and many more...

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