Space Industry Business Opportunities in Japan - The Market Potential for EU SMEs Involved in the Earth-Observation Products & Services

This 170 pgs Report provides a comprehensive overview of the Japan Space policy and industry, with a focus on Earth Observation, including a SWOT analysis. The Report distinguishes itself through fresh market analysis based on on-site interviews with 40 private and public Japanese entities in 8 different industries that use Earth Observation products and services (including agriculture, maritime management & AIS; fishery and urban infrastructure management). The Report also provides a set of relevant conclusions, policy and business recommendations for the European Commission and the industrial stakeholders.

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A presentation based on this report is also available to be donwloaded here.

Report written by Ryuichi Dunphy in the framework of the Minerva Fellowship Programme.

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