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Most recent study “The Satellite M2M Market 2012-2016” developed by IDATE Consulting & Research (IDATE) has been recently published by Market Publishers Ltd. The study reveals that the global satellite M2M market is forecast to reach 2.3 billion EUR by 2016 while Asia-Pacific will be the region with the highest rate of progress.

Although satellite still has only a small share of the machine-to-machine (M2M) market which is largely dominated by cellular systems (around 2% in terms of volume and 6% of revenue in 2011), M2M is a growing segment for the satellite industry. Forecasts say the global satellite M2M market will reach 2.3 billion EUR by 2016. The region with the highest rate of progress will be the Asia-Pacific thanks to developments in countries such as China, Indonesia, Vietnam and India.

Most recent study “The Satellite M2M Market 2012-2016” developed by IDATE Consulting & Research (IDATE) has been recently published by Market Publishers Ltd.

Report Details:

Title: The Satellite M2M Market 2012-2016
Published: March, 2012
Pages: 105
Price: US$ 4,550

The research study provides a critical analysis of the global satellite M2M market. It includes a profile of the various links that compose the satellite M2M industry chain, and takes an up-close look at the stakeholders’ strategies. Furthermore, the report enhances the understanding of what the future holds for this fast-growing and extremely lucrative market thanks to sales volume and revenue forecasts through 2016.

Report Contents:

1. Executive Summary

1.1 Satellite M2M: a fast-growing market
1.2 Core markets are niche markets
1.3 Satellite operators adopting various positions

2. Methodology

3. Different M2M Architectures Possible

3.1 Introduction to M2M
3.1.1 The value chain
3.1.2 Components of an M2M solution
3.2 Description of cellular M2M
3.3 Description of satellite M2M
3.4 Description of hybrid M2M

4. Industry Organisation and Strategy

4.1 Satellite M2M value chain
4.2 State of competition
4.3 Main categories of player
4.3.1 Satellite M2M module suppliers
4.3.2 Satellite operators
4.3.3 Service providers
4.3.4 Distributors

5. Structure of the Core Markets

5.1 The energy market
5.1.1 Key figures
5.1.2 Major trends
5.1.3 Major technical criteria
5.2 The fleet management market
5.2.1 Key figures
5.2.2 Major trends
5.2.3 Main technical criteria
5.3 The automotive market
5.3.1 Key figures
5.3.2 Major trends
5.3.3 Key technical criteria
5.4 The homeland security market
5.4.1 Key figures
5.4.2 Major trends
5.4.3 Key technical criteria
5.5 Environmental monitoring market
5.5.1 Key figures
5.5.2 Major trends
5.5.3 Key technical criteria
5.6 Synthesis

6. Strategies of the Top Satellite Operators

6.1 Iridium
6.1.1 Company background
6.1.2 Product line
6.1.3 Iridium’s business by major market
6.1.4 New systems under development
6.2 Inmarsat
6.2.1 Company background
6.2.2 Product line
6.2.3 Inmarsat’s business by market
6.2.4 New systems under development
6.3 Globalstar
6.3.1 Company background
6.3.2 Product line
6.3.3 Globalstar business by main market
6.3.4 New systems under development
6.4 Orbcomm
6.4.1 Company background
6.4.2 Product line
6.4.3 Orbcomm’s business by market
6.4.4 New systems under development
6.5 LightSquared (Skyterra)
6.5.1 Company background
6.5.2 Product line
6.5.3 New systems under development
6.6 Others
6.6.1 SES Astra2connect and Eutelsat Tooway
6.6.2 Qualcomm OmniTRACS
6.7 Operators’ share of the global satellite M2M market

7. Appeal of the M2M Market for These Players

7.1 Current satellite M2M market estimates
7.2 Satellite industry players vs. terrestrial rivals

8. Satellite M2M Market Forecasts

8.1 Growth factors
8.1.1 Market growth/disruptive factors
8.1.2 Forecast hypotheses
8.2 Market forecasts
8.2.1 Revenue forecasts: 2012-2016
8.2.2 Market volume forecasts: 2012-2016



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