The Global All-Electric Satellites Market 2020 - Reduced Launch Costs as They Weigh Less Than Conventional Satellites - ResearchAndMarkets.com

DUBLIN--()--The "All-Electric Satellites Market, 2020" report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com's offering.

This study covers the qualitative discussion of the key aspects of all-electric satellites, discussing the recent launches, advantages, disadvantages, and opportunities evolving out of this Mega-Trend.

It presents an overview of the all-electric satellite market while discussing the relevant factors for growth, opportunities, trend, and action points for relevant industry participants

Market Insights

The satellite industry is observing a steady uptake of all-electric satellites as established operators prefer these platforms for their new and replacement missions. While it is not a complete migration, the rise in uptake of electric propulsion capabilities at the satellite platform level is resulting in a mix of conventional, hybrid, and all-electric satellites.

All-electric satellites represent a new segment of satellites that offer extended mission times along with enhanced efficiencies. They also weigh less compared to conventional satellites; this results in reduced launch costs for the satellite operator.

The migration to all-electric platforms is clear but the market is evolving to include a mix of conventional, hybrid, and all-electric platforms. There are satellite platforms which offer the all-electric option to the customer; the market is observing the development of exclusive all-electric platforms.

While the market has not reached the stage where the all-electric option is a strong component of the mainstream commercial satellite segment, developments in this direction are progressing steadily.

With the option of low-weight and extended mission lives capturing operators' attention, the market is set to observe more operators preferring all-electric options as part of their future and existing missions. It remains to be seen if the satellite market will collectively move towards an all-electric trend.

However, the need for cost-effective and efficient missions is already driving customers and manufacturers towards all-electric options. This study aims to cover the all-electric trend and its impact on the future of the satellite industry.

What makes this report unique?

It provides one of the longest market segmentation chains in this industry.

The author conducts detailed market positioning, product positioning, and competitive positioning. Entry strategies, gaps, and opportunities are identified for all stakeholders.

Comprehensive market analysis is provided for the following sectors: pharmaceuticals, medical devices, biotechnology, semiconductor and electronics, aerospace and defense, energy and power supplies, food and beverages, chemicals, advanced materials, industrial automation, and telecom, and IT.

Retailers and super-retailers, technology partners, and research and development (R&D) companies are also analyzed.

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