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China Navigation Equipment Industry Report, 2012-2014

NEW YORK, Nov. 27, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Reportlinker.com announces that a new market research report is available in its catalogue:

China Navigation Equipment Industry Report, 2012-2014

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After forty years of development, the global satellite navigation system has developed into a "one plus three" pattern. And the "one" refers to GPS made in the USA, and the three refer to Chinese, Russian and European equivalents which are in the position to compete with the made-in-America GPS. The America-made GPS is currently the only navigation satellite system being put into full operation, with the application services holding over 90% of the world's total. GPS system is in the world's leading position in terms of maturity and precision. In addition, the made-in-Russia GLONASS is under restorative construction and can offer some application services. For China, the Beidou 2nd generation navigation system it to finish the network construction covering the Asian-Pacific region at the end of 2012 and, started trial operation in late 2011. Moreover, the EU's Galileo System is also under construction and, it is expected to be officially put into service by 2014.

With the global navigation satellite system entering into the application phase gradually, the demand for navigation equipment is expected to grow sustantially. Navigation equipment, as the most essential part in the navigation satellite market, occupies nearly half of the market demand, mainly comprising positioning devices, vehicle-mounted devices, airborne navigation equipments, etc. In 2010, the shipment of global navigation satellite system equipments hit 437 million pcs, while the figure in 2020 is expected to excceed 1 billion pcs.

In 2011, the satellite navigation output value in China approximated RMB75 billion, but more than 90% was brought from GPS. At the end of 2010, the Beidou application (Beidou terminal plus operation) output value in China reached roughly RMB500 million, with the market share less than 1% in the domestic satellite navigation market. China is accelerating its pace to develop the satellite application industry centering the application of satellite communication radio, satellite navigation and satellite remote sensing. The market scale of Chinese satellite navigation industry is predicted to get to RMB400 billion by 2020 and, the market size of high-precision GNSS market by then is expected to realize RMB80 billion.

China is actively endeavoring to optimize the Beidou navigation system. Since April 2007, China has launched the Beidou 2nd generation navigation system which is superior to the Beidou 1st generation system in terms of the subscriber capacity, positioning precision, service zone, dynamic property and interference rejection, etc, on the heels of the launch of four satellites between October, 2000 and February, 2007. On September 19, 2012, China launched the 14th and 15th Beidou navigation satellites with one carrier rocket, marking that only one left to be launched to meet the network construction of Beidou 2nd generation navigation system. And it is estimated that the 16th satellite, also the last one, will be launched during November-December. Furthermore, China issued the test ICD file in December 2011 and, is set to launch official ICD file in late 2012.

International chip magnates also embark on the production of Beidou navigation chips in the wake of the launch of Beidou ICD file, further fueling the market competition. By contrast, Chinese chip producers feature small scale and laggard technology, so they

Table of Contents

1. Introduction

1.1 Navigation Equipment

1.2 Navigation System

1.3 Main Navigation Systems

1.3.1 GPS

1.3.2 GLONASS

1.3.3 GALILEO & Beidou

2 Global Satellite Navigation Market

2.1 Satellite Navigation Market

2.2 Satellite Navigation Equipment

2.3 Global Navigation Equipment Companies

2.3.1 Broadcom

2.3.2 Trimble

2.3.3 Garmin

3 China Satellite Navigation Market

4 Beidou Satellite Navigation System

5 China Navigation Equipment Enterprises

5.1 Hi-target

5.1.1 Profile

5.1.2 Operation

5.1.3 Revenue Structure

5.1.4 Clients

5.1.5 Prospects and Performance Prediction in 2012-2014

5.1.6 Shareholding Companies

5.2 Bdstar

5.2.1 Profile

5.2.2 Operation

5.2.3 Revenue Structure

5.2.4 Clients

5.2.5 Prospects and Performance Prediction in 2012-2014

5.2.6 Shareholding Companies

5.3 Goldtel Electronical

5.3.1 Profile

5.3.2 Operation

5.3.3 Revenue Structure

5.3.4 Clients & Suppliers

5.3.5 Prospects and Performance Prediction in 2012-2014

5.3.6 Shareholding Companies

5.4 China Spacesat

5.4.1 Profile

5.4.2 Operation

5.4.3 Revenue Structure

5.4.4 Clients & Suppliers

5.4.5 Prospects and Performance Prediction in 2012-2014

5.5 Hwa Create

5.5.1 Profile

5.5.2 Operation

5.5.3 Revenue Structure

5.5.4 Clients

5.5.5 Prospects and Performance Prediction in 2012-2014

5.5.6 Shareholding Companies

5.6 Unistrong

5.6.1 Profile

5.6.2 Operation

5.6.3 Revenue Structure

5.6.4 Clients

5.6.5 Prospects and Performance Prediction in 2012-2014

5.7 Haige Communications

5.7.1 Profile

5.7.2 Operation

5.7.3 Revenue Structure

5.7.4 Clients

5.7.5 Prospects and Performance Prediction in 2012-2014

5.7.6 Shareholding Companies

5.8 Jiuzhou Electric

5.8.1 Profile

5.8.2 Operation

5.8.3 Revenue Structure

5.8.4 Clients

5.8.5 Prospects and Performance Prediction in 2012-2014

5.8.6 Shareholding Companies

5.9 Qiming Information

5.9.1 Profile

5.9.2 Operation

5.9.3 Revenue Structure

5.9.4 Clients

5.9.5 Prospects and Performance Prediction in 2012-2014

5.10 Sed Industry

5.10.1 Profile

5.10.2 Operation

5.10.3 Revenue Structure

5.10.4 Clients

5.10.5 Prospects and Performance Prediction in 2012-2014

5.11 Shenglu Telecom

5.11.1 Profile

5.11.2 Operation

5.11.3 Revenue Structure

5.11.4 Clients

5.11.5 Prospects and Performance Prediction in 2012-2014

5.11.6 Shareholding Companies

5.12 Sun-create Electronics

5.12.1 Profile

5.12.2 Operation

5.12.3 Revenue Structure

5.12.4 Clients

5.12.5 Prospects and Performance Prediction in 2012-2014

5.12.6 Shareholding companies

Selected Charts

Navigation Market Size in Russia, 2008-2014E

Signal Error of Made-in-Russia GLONASS, 2006-2011

Global Satelite Navigation Market Size and Growth Rate, 1999-2009

Global Satellite Navigation Market Size, 2010-2020E

Global Satellite Navigation Market Structure by Region

Global Satellite Navigation Market Structure by Application

Global Satellite Navigation Equipment Shipment, 2010-2020E

Revenue of Broadcom, 2007-2011

Net Income of Broadcom, 2007-2011

Revenue of Trimble, 2000-2011

Net Income of Trimble, 2000-2011

Revenue of Garmin, 2000-2011

Net Income of Garmin, 2000-2011

China Satellite Navigation Market Size, 2001-2011

China Satellite Navigation & Beidou Navigation Market Size, 2011-2020E

High-Precision GNSS Market Size and Growth Rate in China, 2010-2014E

China High-Precision GNSS Market Share

Market Size of China Geomatics Industry, 2010-2015E

Applications of Beidou 1st Generation System Industry

Leading Players Involved in Beidou Navigation System Industry Chain

Workforce and R&D Investment of Hi-target, 2007-2011

Financial Data of Hi-target, 2007-2012

Revenue Structure of Hi-target by Product, 2007-2012

Profit & Gross Margin of Hi-target by Product, 2007-2012

Revenue Structure of Hi-target by Region, 2010-2011

Name List and Revenue Contribution of Hi-target's Top 5 Clients, 2007-2011

Performance Prediction of Hi-target, 2012-2014E

Net Profit of Hi-target's Shareholding Companies, 2007-2011

Workforce and R&D Investment of Bdstar, 2007-2011

Financial Data of Bdstar, 2007-2012

Revenue Structure of Bdstar by Product, 2007-2012

Profit & Gross Margin of Bdstar by Product, 2007-2012

Revenue Structure of Bdstar by Industry, 2010-2011

Profit & Gross Margin of Bdstar by Sector, 2007-2012

Profit & Gross Margin of Bdstar by Region, 2007-2012

Revenue Contribution of Bdstar's Top 5 Clients, 2011

Procurement Amount of Bdstar's Top 5 Suppliers,2007-2011

Performance Prediction of Bdstar, 2012-2014E

Net Profit of Bdstar's Shareholding Companies, 2007-2011

Workforce and R&D Investment of Goldtel Electronical, 2007-2011

Financial Data of Goldtel Electronical, 2007-2012

Revenue Structure of Goldtel Electronical by Product, 2007-2012

Profit & Gross Margin of Goldtel Electronical by Product, 2007-2012

Revenue Structure of Goldtel Electronical by Region, 2009-2012

Revenue Contribution of Join-cheer's Top 5 Clients, 2007-2011

Procurement Amount of Goldtel Electronical's Top 5 Suppliers?2007-2011

Performance Prediction of Goldtel Electronical, 2012-2014E

Net Profit of Goldtel Electronical's Shareholding Companies, 2008-2011

Workforce and R&D Investment of China Spacesat, 2007-2011

Financial Data of China Spacesat, 2007-2012

Revenue Structure of China Spacesat by Sector, 2007-2012

Profit & Gross Margin of China Spacesat by Sector, 2007-2012

Revenue Structure of China Spacesat by Region, 2007-2012

Revenue Contribution of China Spacesat's Top 5 Clients?2007-2011

Procurement Amount of China Spacesat's Top 5 Suppliers,2007-2011

Performance Prediction of China Spacesat, 2012-2014E

Workforce and R&D Investment of Hwa Create, 2008-2011

Financial Data of Hwa Create, 2007-2012

Revenue Structure of Hwa Create by Product, 2009-2012

Gross Margin of Hwa Create by Product, 2009-2012

Revenue Structure of Hwa Create by Region, 2007-2011

Name List and Revenue Contribution of Hwa Create's Top 5 Clients?2011

Performance Prediction of Hwa Create, 2012-2014E

Net Profit of Hwa Create's Shareholding Companies, 2008-2011

Workforce and R&D Investment of Unistrong, 2007-2011

Financial Data of Unistrong, 2007-2012

Revenue Structure of Unistrong by Product, 2007-2012

Profit & Gross Margin of Unistrong by Product, 2007-2012

Revenue Structure of Unistrong by Region, 2007-2011

Revenue Contribution of Unistrong's Top 5 Clients, 2007-2011

Procurement Amount of Unistrong's Top 5 Suppliers, 2007-2011

Performance Prediction of Join-cheer Software, 2012-2014E

Workforce and R&D Investment of Haige Communications, 2007-2011

Financial Data of Haige Communications, 2007-2012

Revenue Structure of Haige Communications by Product, 2009-2012

Profit & Gross Margin of Haige Communications by Product, 2007-2012

Revenue Structure of Haige Communications by Industry, 2009-2012

Profit & Gross Margin of Haige Communications by Industry, 2009-2012

Revenue Contribution of Haige Communications's Top 5 Clients, 2011

Procurement Amount of Haige Communications's Top 5 Suppliers?2011

Performance Prediction of Haige Communications, 2012-2014E

Net Profit of Haige Communications's Shareholding Companies, 2009-2011

Workforce of Jiuzhou Electric, 2007-2011

Financial Data of Jiuzhou Electric, 2007-2012

Revenue Structure of Jiuzhou Electric by Product, 2007-2011

Gross Margin of Jiuzhou Electric by Product, 2007-2012

Revenue Structure of Jiuzhou Electric by Sector, 2009-2011

Revenue Structure of Jiuzhou Electric by Region, 2009-2011

Name List and Revenue Contribution of Jiuzhou Electric's Top 5 Clients?2011

Performance Prediction of Join-cheer Software, 2012-2014

Net Profit of Jiuzhou Electric's Shareholding Companies, 2007-2011

Workforce and R&D Investment of Qiming Information, 2007-2011

Financial Data of Qiming Information, 2007-2012

Revenue Structure of Qiming Information by Product, 2007-2012

Profit & Gross Margin of Qiming Information by Product, 2007-2012

Revenue Structure of Qiming Information by Region, 2010-2011

Name List and Revenue Contribution of Qiming Information's Top 5 Clients?2011

Procurement Amount of Qiming Information's Top 5 Suppliers?2011

Performance Prediction of Qiming Information, 2012-2014E

Workforce of Sed Industry, 2007-2012

Financial Data of Sed Industry, 2007-2012

Revenue Structure of Sed Industry by Sector, 2008-2012

Revenue Structure of Sed Industry by Product, 2007-2012

Gross Margin of Sed Industry by Product, 2007-2012

Revenue Structure of Sed Industry by Region, 2007-2011

Name List and Revenue Contribution of Sed Industry's Top 5 Clients, 2011

Performance Prediction of Sed Industry, 2012-2014E

Workforce and R&D Investment of Shenglu Telecom, 2007-2011

Financial Data of Shenglu Telecom, 2007-2012

Revenue Structure of Shenglu Telecom by Product, 2007-2012

Profit & Gross Margin of Shenglu Telecom by Product, 2009-2012

Revenue Structure of Shenglu Telecom by Sector, 2007-2011

Name List and Revenue Contribution of Shenglu Telecom's Top 5 Clients?2011

Performance Prediction of Shenglu Telecom, 2012-2014E

Net Pofit of Shenglu Telecom's Shareholding Companies, 2010-2011

Workforce of Sun-create Electronics, 2007-2011

Financial Data of Sun-create Electronics, 2007-2012

Revenue Structure of Sun-create Electronics by Product, 2007-2012

Profit & Gross Margin of Sun-create Electronics by Product, 2007-2012

Revenue Structure of Sun-create Electronics by Region, 2007-2010

Name List and Revenue Contribution of Sun-create Electronics's Top 5 Clients, 2011

Procurmemnt Amount of Sun-create Electronics's Top 5 Suppliers, 2011

Performance Prediction of Sun-create Electronics, 2012-2014E

Net Profit of Sun-create Electronics's Shareholding Companies, 2008-2011

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