|Practice area:||Downstream Terrestrial Applications | Exploration and Infrastructure | Space|
|Published:||23 April, 2014|
|Keywords:||stakeholder surveys and consultations|
London Economics have been selected to undertake the 2014 study of the Size and Health of the UK Space Industry on behalf of the UK Space Agency. An introductory letter from the Chief Executive of the UK Space Agency is available via the link above.
All organisations active in the UK who supply, or make use of, the space sector are invited to participate in the industrial survey. This important survey enables the UK Government, through the UK Space Agency, to understand the extent, value and performance of the UK space industry. This information is used to brief ministers, to support policy decisions on the UK investment in space activities and to enable the UK Space Agency to inform the general public on the status of this key economic sector. The survey has historically split the space economy into upstream and downstream segments, but the 2014 analysis expands the scope to explicitly include space-enabled value-added applications (e.g. GPS location-based services, EO data processing, etc.).
If you believe the survey is relevant for your organisation, we welcome your participation.
The survey can be accessed here.
Please have a copy of your organisation’s annual accounts for the years 2011/12 and 2012/13 to hand before you begin.