Space Electronics Market to Reach $5.4 Billion by 2031

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The space electronics market was valued at $3.3 billion in 2021, and is estimated to reach $5.4 billion by 2031, growing at a CAGR of 5.04% from 2022 to 2031.

Factors such as an increase in investment in space ventures, rise in launch activities by some of the major private and public players, the establishment of a communication satellite constellation in LEO, and the adoption of space tourism in coming years will augment the business opportunities within the space electronics market.

A rise in application of satellites for a range of activities such as surveillance, real-time imaging, communication, navigation, weather forecasting, broadband and connectivity, research, development, and testing, and IoT integration for various government, commercial, and civil-military domains is leading to evolution in the space electronics industry. More than 6,000 satellites were expected to be launched within the timeframe of 2020 to 2027 with rising year-on-year launch rates. Rise in satellite launches has generated demand for various satellite electronics components and other peripheral systems, supporting business opportunities.

Companies have adopted product development and product launch as their key development strategies in the space electronics industry. Moreover, collaborations and acquisitions are expected to enable leading players to enhance their product portfolios and expand into different regions.


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