PANORAMA OF SPACE ECONOMY               - K. Sai Malleswar
What is Space Economy? The full range of activities and the use of resources  that create value and benefits to human bei...
Upstream Vs Downstream“The Space Economy at a Glance (2011),” OECD
How does Space stimulate Economic growth?• The business that are dependent on the space  satellites :  • Metrology        ...
An Engine of Economic Growth“The Space Economy at a Glance (2011),” OECD
Special Features of Space EconomyAccess to space is costly & involves technical risksThe viability of space enabled serv...
A Prospective View of the Space Sector
Activities of the Satellites“The Space Economy at a Glance (2011),” OECD
The readiness factors (inputs) Governmental budgets for space activities:  Civilian and Military space programs Capital ...
Estimates of space budgets of G20 countries,                              2010Source: http://dx.doi.org/10.1787/888932400209
The intensity factors (outputs)   The manufacturing space industry   The satellite telecommunications sector   The sate...
Public-Private Partnerships Private sector gains by having access toIP, facilities, expertise, resources etc. Government...
The impacts of the space economySocio-Economic impacts from space programmesIndirect Industrial effectsEconomic growth ...
Why to go into space when we have so many       problems here on the Earth?                        SPIN-OFFS    Source: NASA
SPACE ECONOMY OF INDIA                    Launch Vehicles:                    PSLV (D1 to C21)                    GSLV ...
India’s 5-year budget plans for space         (from 1974 to 2012)
SPACE ECONOMY OF INDIA
New ChallengesTo speed up Globalization of space industryEnsuring access to radio spectrumCheaper access of the orbits...
Space Tourism in 2030
Bibliography
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  1. 1. PANORAMA OF SPACE ECONOMY - K. Sai Malleswar
  2. 2. What is Space Economy? The full range of activities and the use of resources that create value and benefits to human beings in the course of exploring, understanding, managing and utilizing space. Includes All public and private factors involved in developing, providing and using space-related products and services The scientific knowledge generated by space research Space derived products and services
  3. 3. Upstream Vs Downstream“The Space Economy at a Glance (2011),” OECD
  4. 4. How does Space stimulate Economic growth?• The business that are dependent on the space satellites : • Metrology • Internet • Agriculture planning • TV and radio broad casting • Irrigation planning • Telecommunication • Disaster management • Transportation • Medicine • Town or Urban planning •Costal & Forest conservation • Transportation and
  5. 5. An Engine of Economic Growth“The Space Economy at a Glance (2011),” OECD
  6. 6. Special Features of Space EconomyAccess to space is costly & involves technical risksThe viability of space enabled services requires large user marketsSpace enabled services have special attributes as economic goodsSpace is a Government dominated activity
  7. 7. A Prospective View of the Space Sector
  8. 8. Activities of the Satellites“The Space Economy at a Glance (2011),” OECD
  9. 9. The readiness factors (inputs) Governmental budgets for space activities: Civilian and Military space programs Capital stocks: Assets in orbit and on the ground Difficult to Estimate Human capital: India ~ 15,800, USA ~ 1,70,000 (36 % Indians), China ~ 50,000, ESA ~ 31,000 Investment of Tax payer funds
  10. 10. Estimates of space budgets of G20 countries, 2010Source: http://dx.doi.org/10.1787/888932400209
  11. 11. The intensity factors (outputs) The manufacturing space industry The satellite telecommunications sector The satellite earth observation sector Insurance market for space activities International trade in selected space products Innovation for future economic growth: Patents World wide space launch activities Space exploration activities
  12. 12. Public-Private Partnerships Private sector gains by having access toIP, facilities, expertise, resources etc. Government gains by having access toprivate sector expertise, resources,innovation etc. A common man gains by gettingimproved government systems/services. Traditional roles of Government andprivate sector are beginning to shift.
  13. 13. The impacts of the space economySocio-Economic impacts from space programmesIndirect Industrial effectsEconomic growth (regional, national)Efficiency/productivity gains
  14. 14. Why to go into space when we have so many problems here on the Earth? SPIN-OFFS Source: NASA
  15. 15. SPACE ECONOMY OF INDIA  Launch Vehicles:  PSLV (D1 to C21)  GSLV (D1 to F06)  GSLV-MKIII  Satellites:  Geo stationary: INSAT- IA to GSAT-XII  Earth Observation Satellite: Bhaskara-I to RISAT-I  Experimental satellites:  Aryabhatta to Youthsat  Space Missions:  SROSS-I to Chandrayaan-I
  16. 16. India’s 5-year budget plans for space (from 1974 to 2012)
  17. 17. SPACE ECONOMY OF INDIA
  18. 18. New ChallengesTo speed up Globalization of space industryEnsuring access to radio spectrumCheaper access of the orbitsAttracting and retaining workers in Space programmesCompetition from terrestrial alternatives
  19. 19. Space Tourism in 2030
  20. 20. Bibliography
  21. 21. ?? QUESTIONS ??
  22. 22. << VIEWS >>
  23. 23. TH YA ON UK

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