India's space sector has made tremendous growth over the decade. Our advances in space programmes have been highly remarkable, with vigorous and determined efforts of ISRO.Read more
Global Space economy is valued at USD 370 Billion in 2021 and is expected to reach USD 642 billion by 2030 with CAGR of 6.3%, as per the findings by renowned consulting firm EuroConsult. This growth is enabled by growing demand for space-based services, lowering of costs, miniaturization and access to technology, liberal funding and enabling regulations around the world.
The revenue consists of the space market (USD 337 Bn in 2021) which includes commercial space revenues and government procurement for their space activities contracted to the private sector and other spending from government organizations (USD 33 Bn) to conduct their space activities (internal costs and R&D).
This growth is enabled by growing demand for space-based services, lowering of costs, miniaturization and access to technology, liberal funding and enabling regulations around the world.
India, at present accounts for about 2% of global space economy. The sector in India consists of key government entities & various private players including established firms as well as start-ups. The key governmental entities in India which are critical to the sector include ISRO, NewSpace India Limited (NSIL) and Indian National Space Promotion and Authorization Centre (IN-SPACe).
In recent years, it has been seen that ISRO is ramping up its efforts to create a sustainable space ecosystem, and at the same time encourage collaboration and partnerships with the private sector industries and start-ups. Moreover, efforts have been put in towards revising the space policies including the FDI policy by the Government for the space sector to spur the growth of private sectors, increase industry's share in the Indian Space and global space market.Read more