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High Growth Reported for the World Global Positioning Systems Market

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World Global Positioning Systems Market

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This report analyzes the worldwide markets for Global Positioning Systems in Millions of US$. The major end-use applications analyzed are Land-Based Applications (In-Vehicle Navigation, Consumer Applications, Survey/Mapping Applications, & Tracking/Machine Control Applications), OEM Applications, Aviation Applications, Marine Applications, Military Applications, and Timing Applications. The report provides separate comprehensive analytics for the US, Japan, Europe, Asia-Pacific, and Rest of World. Annual forecasts are provided for each region for the period of 2000 through 2015. The report profiles 137 companies including many key and niche players worldwide such as Fei-Zyfer, Inc., Furuno USA Inc., Garmin International, Inc., Hemisphere GPS, ITT Corp Space Systems Division, KVH Industries, Inc., Lowrance Electronics, Inc., Magellan Navigation, Inc., Mio Technology, NavCom Technology, Inc., Navman NZ Ltd., NovAtel, Inc., Orolia, Raytheon Systems Co., Rockwell Collins, Inc., SiRF Technology Holdings, Inc., Sokkia Co. Ltd., Symmetricom, Inc., TomTom International BV, Topcon Positioning Systems, Inc., and Trimble Navigation Limited. Market data and analytics are derived from primary and secondary research. Company profiles are mostly extracted from URL research and reported select online sources.

GLOBAL POSITIONING SYSTEM MCP-1216

A GLOBAL STRATEGIC BUSINESS REPORT


CONTENTS 


I. INTRODUCTION, METHODOLOGY & PRODUCT DEFINITIONS 
Study Reliability and Reporting Limitations I-1 
Disclaimers I-2 
Data Interpretation & Reporting Level I-2 
Quantitative Techniques & Analytics I-3 
Product Definitions and Scope of Study I-3 
Land-Based Applications I-3 
OEM Applications I-4 
Aviation Applications I-4 
Marine Applications I-4 
Military Applications I-4 
Timing Applications I-4 


II. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY 

1. Global Market Overview II-1 
Introduction II-1 
Volume Analysis by Select End-Use Applications II-2 
Table 1: World Recent Past, Current and Future Analysis for 
Global Positioning System - Select End Use Applications 
(In-Vehicle Navigation, Tracking / Machine Control, Marine, 
and Aviation) Independently Analyzed by Unit Shipments for 
the Years 2003 through 2010 in '000 Units (includes 
corresponding Graph/Chart) II-2 
Growing Availability and Declining Prices Provide Impetus to 
the Market II-2 
Wireless Connectivity to Drive GPS Market II-2 
GPS: The Technology Factors II-3 
GPS's Journey Towards Mainstream II-3 
International Space Programs Aiming Towards Stronger GPS World II-3 
High-Precision GNSS - An Insight II-4 
GPS-based Handsets Market to Grow Rapidly II-4 

2. Market Trends II-5 
Consolidation Activity Gaining Momentum II-5 
GPS Markets on the Rise II-5 
GPS: New Uses, New Markets II-5 
End of Selective Availability Aids Market Growth II-5 
GPS Receivers - A Disaster-Prediction Tool II-6 
Availability of Economical GPS Chips Boost GPS Commercial 
Application II-6 
Automobile Navigation Systems Gain Popularity II-6 
GPS Car Security Systems: Getting Smaller and Simpler II-7 
Telematics Finds Increasing Takers II-7 
GPS based Emergency Response Systems Enable Effective People 
Tracking II-7 
GPS Technology Commands Increasing Usage in Fleet Management II-8 
Location-Based Services Gaining Traction II-8 
Dedicated PNDs - The In Thing II-8 
GPS Technology in Cellular Phones: New Frontiers II-9 
Smartphone Mobile Navigation Increases II-9 
GPS Chipsets to Form Integral Components of Cellular Phones II-9 
Hardware Implementations to Form Pick of GPS Growth in the 
Cellular Phone Market II-9 
GPS Enabled Mobile GIS Services Gaining Ground II-10 
Handheld GPS Devices - A Multifaceted Navigation Gizmo II-10 
Global Demand for PNDs Increases II-10 
Latest Mobile Mapping/Surveying Technologies Create New Market 
Opportunities II-11 
GPS and HazMat Tracking - A Case in Point II-11 
GPS Technology in Wrist Watches II-11 

3. Product/Services Information II-12 
Introduction II-12 
US Government and the GPS II-12 
Evolution of GPS II-12 
GPS Development Over the Years II-13 
Working of GPS II-14 
Signals II-14 
Errors in GPS II-14 
Ionosphere and Troposphere Delays II-14 
Signal Multipath II-14 
Receiver Clock Errors II-15 
Ephemeris (Orbital) Errors II-15 
Satellite Visibility II-15 
Satellite Geometry/Shading II-15 
Degraded Signal II-15 
Classes of GPS II-15 
Survey-Grade GPS Receivers II-15 
Single-Phase Centimeter-Level GPS Receivers II-15 
Sub-Meter GPS Receivers II-15 
Handheld GPS Receiver II-15 
Components of GPS II-16 
Ground Segment/Ground Stations II-16 
Space Segment II-16 
Block I Satellites II-16 
Block II Satellites II-16 
Block IIA Satellites II-16 
Block IIR Satellites II-17 
Block IIF Satellites II-17 
User Segment II-17 
Sequential Receivers II-17 
Continuous Receivers II-17 
Multiplex Receivers II-18 
Accuracy of GPS II-18 
Augmentations and Upgrades to GPS II-18 
Wide Area Augmentation System II-18 
Benefits/Advantages II-19 
LAAS II-19 
Differential GPS II-20 
Types of DGPS II-20 
Beacon DGPS II-20 
L-band DGPS II-20 
Space Based Augmentation Systems (SBAS) DGPS II-20 
GPS III: The Latest Upgrade II-20 
Selecting the Right GPS Device - What to Watch for II-21 

4. End-Use Applications II-22 
Major Applications II-22 
Land-Based Applications II-22 
Ground Navigation II-22 
In-Car Computing Systems II-22 
In-Car Computing Systems in Major Regions II-22 
Car Navigation Systems II-22 
Telematics II-23 
Digital Radios II-23 
Car PCs II-23 
Handset-Based Technologies II-23 
GPS-Enabled Surveying II-23 
Integration of GPS Improves Architectural Survey Process II-24 
GPS Car Protection/Security System II-24 
Aviation II-24 
Major Aviation Applications II-25 
Maritime II-25 
Major Maritime Applications II-25 
Military II-26 
Timing II-26 
Geographic Information System II-27 
GPS for Georeferencing II-27 
Ecology II-27 
Mining and Construction II-28 
A Brief Overview of Select Applications of GPS II-28 
Communications II-28 
Environmental Protection II-28 
Forestry and Agriculture II-29 
Ground Transportation II-29 
Health Care II-29 
Law Enforcement and Safety II-30 
Maritime and Waterways II-30 
Recreation/Entertainment II-30 
Infrastructure Development/Management II-31 
Weather Forecasting II-31 
Public Safety II-31 

5. GPS Alternatives II-32 
Galileo (European Union) II-32 
An Introduction II-32 
Purpose and Advantages of Galileo II-32 
Features II-32 
Guaranteed Service II-32 
Global Integrity II-33 
Enhanced Signal Performance II-33 
Search and Rescue Services II-33 
GLONASS (Russia) II-33 
Overview II-33 

6. Regulatory Environment II-35 
GPS and Galileo: Withering Differences between the US and EU II-35 

7. Research and Technological Developments II-36 
GPS/IMU Navigation System - In the Wings II-36 
IBM Corporation and CERT Develop Falcon GPS-based Car 
Navigation System II-36 
US Scientists Develop Wearable Audio Navigation System II-36 
Shenzhen Maxwell & Planet Map to Develop Electronic GPS Maps 
Network II-36 
GPS and Maritime Measurement II-37 
Mobintelecom and Fastrax Launch TRAXER Personal Security Tracker II-37 
Direct-Track Offers Internet Vehicle Tracking System II-37 
Mirenco Develops Technology to Control Vehicle Emissions II-37 
Compact Flash GPS Modules II-38 
TrueTime Enhances Network Timing Accuracy II-38 
Sippican Incorporates Andrew's Micro Pulse(TM) Antennas in GPS 
Mark II II-38 
High-Precision Crane Guidance by GPS II-38 
UPS Aviation Develops the ADS-B System II-39 
Development of Low Cost GPS Receiver for Space applications II-39 

8. Product Innovations/Introductions II-40 
KVH Industries Launches CNS-5000, a Self-reliant Navigation 
System II-40 
Hemisphere GPS Launches Outback S3(TM) II-40 
Magellan Launches RoadMate 1400 Series II-40 
Magellan Launches Maestro(TM) Elite 5340 Connected Navigation Device II-40 
SiRF Technology Holdings Launches SiRFprima(TM) Multifunction 
Platform II-41 
SiRF Technology Holdings Launches SiRFInstantFixII Technology II-41 
Trimble Launches AgGPS(R) EZ-Guide(R) 250 Lightbar Guidance System II-41 
Lowrance Launches XOG(TM) Cross-Navigation GPS II-41 
Lowrance Launches GlobalMap(R) Baja 840C GPS II-41 
Mio Technology Launches C620 and C620t, Premium 3D mapping 
devices II-42 
Mio Technology Launches C230 II-42 
NavCom Technology Launches LAND-PAK All-in-One RTK Land Survey 
Solution II-42 
NavCom Technology Introduces SF-2110R and SF-2110M StarFire 
GPS Receivers II-42 
Symmetricom Introduces SyncServer(R) S300/S350 II-42 
Trimble Introduces Trimble(R) VRS Now(TM) Service in Ireland II-43 
Trimble Introduces the First GPS Multimedia Layer for Google 
Earth Users II-43 
Accord Software Introduces NextNav II-43 
Jackson Labs Launches Fury, a GPS Disciplined Oscillator II-43 
Symmetricom Launches IEEE 1588 Grandmaster Clock II-43 
FALCOM Launches New GPS Module II-43 
Magellan Launches CrossoverGPS(TM) Navigation Device II-44 
Magellan Launches New Car Navigation Device II-44 
mobiles2go Launches i-Kids GPS Child Safety System II-44 
SiRF Offers GPS Receivers for Mio's Latest Personal Navigation 
Products II-44 
Delphi Announces Launch of NAV200 Portable Navigation System II-44 
u-Nav Microelectronics Offers GPS Technology for Casio' 
Wristwatch II-45 
Taiwan Secom Launches GPS-enabled Transport Monitoring System II-45 
MicroTRAKGPS Introduces Locate 1 Personal Tracking System II-45 
TeleNav Launches TeleNavTrack(TM) for Mobile Tracking of Resources II-45 
TCS Unveils 20/20 Home Health Delivery(TM) II-45 
NovAtel Announces Compatibility of New OEMV GPS Systems with 
GLONASS Satellites II-45 
Navman Launches 'Jupiter 32' GPS Receiver II-46 
Navman Unveils Jupiter 30 II-46 
NavSync Introduces GPS Receivers for Weak Signal Networks II-46 
Chipidea Launches CMOS RF Platforms II-46 
Magellan Launches RoadMate(TM) 2200T Range in Europe II-46 
ProLink Launches ProStar and GameStar GPS Systems II-47 
Pharos and Microsoft Launch GPS Locator II-47 
Trimble Unveils Two GPS Site Survey Model II-47 
Nokia Provides GPS Navigation System in N95 Model II-47 
Sony Launches Single-Chip GPS CMOS IC II-47 
Nordnav Unveils Ultra Sensitive GPS Receiver II-47 
Topcon Launches GR-3 GPS Receiver for All Satellite 
Constellations II-48 
Garmin International Launches GPS Navigation System II-48 
Lowrance Designs GlobalMap Baja(R) 540c GPS II-48 
Lowrance Unveils LMS-334C iGPS IceMachine(TM) II-48 
Lowrance Integrates GPS Antennas in LMS-Series Sonar/ 
Chartplotter Models II-48 
Lowrance Upgrades iFINDER(R) Mapping Product Line II-49 
Trimble Launches AgGPS(R) Implement Steering System II-49 
Trimble Targets Personal Fitness Management with Trimble 
Outdoors(TM) II-49 
Xi'an Develops China's Foremost GPS Chipset II-49 
Telmex Introduces GPS Navigation Service II-49 
Magellan Offers eXplorist(TM) 210 Outdoor Bundle II-49 
Remote Dynamics Unveils REDItote(TM) II-50 
Symmetricom Unveils Time Server for Avaya Networks II-50 
HTC Signs Agreement with TomTom II-50 
Leica Geosystems Unveils GPS900 GPS System II-50 
Raven Introduces New GPS Receiver II-50 
Raven Launches New Range of DGPS Receivers II-50 
Raymarine Launches New SmartPilot II-51 
Magellan Introduces eXplorist(TM) 500 LE Handheld GPS II-51 
Thales Offers RoadMate(TM) 860T Vehicle Navigator II-51 
The Sharper Image Introduces Portable Tracking Device II-51 
Magellan Unveils New Magellan Professional Line of Survey & 
GIS Solutions II-51 
Navman Introduces New GPS Navigation System II-51 
Pharos Unveils New Pocket GPS II-52 
Cingular Launches PDA-Based GPS Navigation System II-52 
TeleNav Introduces GPS Navigation for Mobile Phones II-52 
Cingular Introduces Location-Based Service II-52 
Palm Unveils New GPS Navigator Smartphone II-52 
Navicore Launches Personal GPS Navigation Software II-52 
ARGO Introduces New GPS-based Tracking Solution II-53 
Fastrax Introduces New OEM GPS Receiver II-53 
Cambridge Positioning Systems Launches GPS Mobile Navigation 
Technology II-53 
Atmel and Magellan Launch New GPS Chipset II-53 
MicroTRAK Launches AutoTRAK II-54 
Alltel Wireless Offers TeleNav Services II-54 
Magellan Extends RoadMate Product Line II-54 
ViaMichelin Introduces Portable GPS Navigation X-930 II-54 
CSI Wireless Rolls Out New SBX-4 DGPS Beacon Module II-55 
NavCom Introduces Improved Aerial Survey Solution II-55 
CSI Wireless Rolls Out Crescent Series DGPS Receivers II-55 
SiRF Unveils Thin GPS Chip, GSCi-5000 II-55 
Trimble Extends Trimble Outdoors(TM) with Geocaching Application II-55 
Trimble Unveils Latest Version of TrimTrac Locator II-56 
Averatec Releases Voya 320 Latest GPS Navigation System II-56 
RF Micro Devices Rolls Out Host-Based GPS Solution II-56 
u-blox Introduces Dead Reckoning GPS Module II-56 
Navman Releases Next Gen In-Vehicle Navigation Devices II-56 
u-blox Introduces Low-Cost GPS Module II-56 
u-blox Releases New GPS Chips II-57 
u-blox Rolls Out Compact GPS Module II-57 
Antenova Introduces GPS RADIONOVA(R) Antenna II-57 
Nokia Launches First GPS Device II-57 
Dopod International Introduces GPS-Based PDA II-57 
Asustek Releases GPS-Based PDA II-58 
Satguard Asia Rolls Out GPS-Based Vehicle Tracking and 
Security Device II-58 
TomTom Introduces Novel GPS Service II-58 
ALK Technologies Releases Cost-Effective Fleet Management 
Solution II-58 
Vettro Enhances GPS Capabilities in Vettro 360 Product Service II-58 
TomTom Introduces Trendy GPS-Enabled Mobile Handset II-58 
Garmin International Launches Garmin Mobile 10 II-59 
Garmin International Releases New Automotive Navigation System II-59 
Garmin Launches Portable GPS Navigators with Sea and Land 
Cartography II-59 
Garmin International Introduces Enhanced GPS Portable Aviation 
Device II-60 
Wherify Wireless and Entel PCS Together Releases Ubicom II-60 
Athena Technologies Launches Two New Micro Guidance Systems II-60 
IEE Introduces Military Qualified Hand Held Control Display Unit II-60 
Cobra Electronics Rolls Out New Color GPS Navigator II-60 
MicroTRAKGPS Launches JaguarWatch II-61 
Rockwell Collins Releases WAAS-Enabled GPS-4000S II-61 
NemeriX Rolls Out GPS Integrated Circuit II-61 
Uniden Forays into Portable GPS Market II-61 
Sony Electronics Introduces Novel GPS-enabled Device II-61 
Sony Extends Product Line of Sat Nav II-62 
Garmin Introduces Entry Level GPS-enabled PDA II-62 
Garmin Introduces Premium GPS Package II-62 
GlobalPositioningSystems Releases GPS Software for Blackberry 
Devices II-62 
Telogis Introduces Advanced Version of Fleet Tracking and 
Management System II-62 
Siemens Communications to Introduce New Modules II-63 
Homeland Security Introduces Child Tracking Device II-63 
Sanyo Releases Portable Navigation Device II-63 
Harman Kardon Launches First Portable GPS Device II-63 
MicroTRAKGPS Introduces Novel GPS Portable Product Line II-63 
Central Pacific Launches GP-10 GPS Receiver II-63 
Garmin Introduces Trail Guide(R) GPS Navigation System for Jeep 
Wrangler II-63 
SiRF Launches GPS SiRFstarIIx Chipsets II-64 
AutoFarm Launches Cultiva OnTrac Steering Systems II-64 
Garmin Launches GPS-Based Garmin Mobile Applications for Mobiles II-64 
Symmetricom Launches New Network Time Servers II-64 
Symmetricom Introduces GPS Time/Frequency Receiver II-64 
Symmetricom Introduces Time/Frequency Receiver for GPS of 
Defense Department II-65 
Symmetricom Launches GPS Timing Instrument II-65 
FALCOM Unveils GPS enabled JP14 module II-65 
Leica Geosystems Launches New Dual Frequency GPS Receiver II-65 
Leica Geosystems Unveils Cable Free RTK GPS II-65 
Leica Introduces GPS-enabled Machine Navigation II-65 
Leica Introduces SmartStation Surveying System II-65 
Thales Launches Range of Handheld Navigation Solutions II-65 
Thales Introduces New eXPlorist XL II-66 
Thales Navigation Launches New GPS Handheld II-66 
Thales Navigation Introduces RoadMate 360 Vehicle Navigation 
System II-66 
Fastrax Launches OEM GPS Receiver II-66 
RFDomus Introduces RFD1400 II-66 
NovAtel Unveils Series of GPS Receivers II-67 
SiRF Introduces GPS Chip Set for Car Navigation System II-67 
Garmin Introduces GPS Navigation in India II-67 
VECTRONIC Unveils Range of GPS PRO Pet Trackers II-67 
GPS Tracks Launches GlobalPetFinder Tracker II-67 
Navman Introduces Sport.Tool Personal GPS Trainer II-67 
Topcon Offers New 3Di-GPS Features II-68 
Symmetricom Introduces Time/Frequency Receiver II-68 
Garmin Launches Two-Way Radio/GPS Unit II-68 
Lowrance Introduces Cordless iWAY(TM) 350C II-69 
NavCom Introduces NCT-2100D GPS engine II-69 
Navman Introduces Jupiter 110 GPS Receiver II-69 
Trimble Unveils AgGPS 332 Receiver II-69 
Navman Launches Jupiter 21 Receiver II-69 
Trimble Unveils New GPS Handheld II-70 
Trimble Launches DSM(TM) 232 Receiver II-70 
Nokia Unveils Wireless GPS Module II-70 
RFDomus Released RFD1400 GPS Receiver II-70 
Wherify Introduces Wrist Watches with GPS II-70 
Navman Launches Bluetooth(TM) GPS Solution II-71 
Sony Develops GPS Chip II-71 
Trimble Launches TrimTrac II-71 
NemeriX Develops Low-Power AGPS Chipset II-71 
Nextel Offers TeleNav Services II-71 
RF Micro Launches New GPS Receiver II-72 
Televigation Introduces New Service II-72 
Centrality Announces Availability of New GPS-Enabled Solutions II-72 
Wherify Launches GPS Locator Phone II-72 
uLocate Introduces Internet-based Tracking Services II-72 
Surrey Technology Develops Satellite Constellation II-73 
Garmin Extends Rino Product Line II-73 
NovAtel Launches New Product Range II-73 
Motorola Launches AGPS Module II-73 
Mercedes-Benz Unveils Murshid In-Car Navigation System II-74 
Magellan Introduces New GPS Navigation System II-74 
Garmin Launches the iQue GPS PDA II-74 
Navman Launches GPS Navigation Solution II-74 
NEC Launches New Chipsets for GPS Applications II-75 
Motorola Launches New Timing Module II-75 
Trimble Launches SiteVision 5.0 II-75 
ProClip Introduces GPS Navigation Systems II-75 
eRide Develops New GPS Chip Architecture II-76 
CSI Introduces Solar Powered Tracking Device II-76 
GeoSentry Launches New Tracking Device II-76 
TomTom Launches Personal Navigation System II-76 
New GPS Marine Information Device II-76 
'I Go Go' launched in China II-77 
Spirent Communications Launches New GPS Simulators II-77 
GPS Navigator from Pharos II-77 
Javad Launches New Products II-77 
Navcom Launches New Receiver II-78 
Positioning Solutions Increases Product Range II-78 
Telus Adds GPS to Wireless Network II-78 
Xybernaut and TeleType Introduce Wearable Computers with GPS II-78 
Telus Launches GPS Enabled Handsets II-79 
Sierra Wireless Launches Wireless GPS Modem II-79 
VascoTrack Launches the V502 GPRS/GPS Tracking Device II-79 
u-blox Launches New Receiver Board II-79 
Guardian Mobility Launches Asset Tracking Devices II-79 

9. Recent Industry Activity II-80 
Garmin International and MapQuest Forge Partnership II-80 
Magellan Partners with Primordial II-80 
MiTAC International's Mio Technology and Navman Merge with 
Each Other II-80 
Hexagon Acquires NovAtel II-80 
Orolia and Rapco Electronics Strike Partnership II-81 
Orolia Acquires Pendulum Instruments II-81 
Trimble Acquires Crain Enterprises II-81 
Current Technology Acquires 51% Stake in Celevoke II-81 
GPS Industries Takes Over Assets and Operations of UpLink II-81 
Garmin International and Garmin Corporation Extend Agreement 
with NAVTEQ II-82 
Garmin Acquires GPS Gesellschaft II-82 
Hemisphere GPS Acquires BEELINE Technologies II-82 
Magellan Partners with Zenitron II-82 
Raytheon Acquires M-code GPS Receivers Development Contract II-82 
Raytheon Acquires System Design Development Contract II-83 
SiRF Technology Holdings Acquires Centrality Communications II-83 
Effective Control Trucking Acquires Argo Navigation II-83 
Vericom Technologies Takes Over Portable Internet II-83 
Springbank Resources Consents to Acquire PocketFinder II-83 
Broadcom Takes Over Global Locate II-83 
Sentex Sensing Technology To Take Over ICOM Holdings II-84 
North Star Diamonds Acquires Chanaral Resources II-84 
CalAmp Takes Over Aircept.com II-84 
Esterline Technologies Acquires CMC Electronics II-84 
ProLink Solutions Acquires Assets and Business of ScoreCast II-84 
SK Telecom Acquires 65% Stake in Shenzhen E-eye II-84 
Atheros Communications to Purchase u-Nav's Assets and Some 
Liabilities II-85 
Northrop Grumman Wins U.S. Air Force Contract II-85 
SatNav Technologies Introduces GPS Related Software II-85 
Nokia Consents to Acquire Navteq II-85 
Broadcom Acquires Global Locate II-85 
Lowrance Electronics Merges with Navico II-86 
MicroTRAK Acquires Fibergrations II-86 
Shah Capital Acquires Thales Navigation II-86 
Trimble Acquires Intellectual Property of The XYZs of GPS II-86 
Ultradata Acquires Stake in Talon II-86 
Dmatek Takes Over Operations of ProTech Monitoring II-87 
Topcon Acquires KEE Technologies II-87 
Nokia Acquires gate5 II-87 
GHL Technologies Acquires EVI II-87 
CSI Takes Over DEL NORTE II-87 
Alanco Acquires StarTrak II-87 
Istithmar Acquires Stake in GPS Industries II-88 
SiRF Acquires TrueSpan to Strengthen GPS Platform II-88 
Glonav Acquires GPS Technology Assets from Ceva II-88 
ProLink Solutions to Acquire Parview II-88 
Garmin and GPS-Buddy in Alliance to Provide Real-Time 
Navigation Facilities II-88 
Lockheed Martin and ITT Ally to Compete for GPS Block 3 Contract II-89 
Archetype Forms Strategic Alliance with Quake Global II-89 
Mobile Crossing and Pocket Real Estate Collaborate for Real 
Estate GPS Navigation System II-89 
SiGe and Nordnav Offer Advanced GPS Receiver II-89 
Magellan Partners with AAA Clubs II-89 
Maryland Transit Administration Inks Pact with Orbital Science II-90 
Nokia Inks Pact with Navicore to Offer First Arabic GPS System 
for Mobile Devices II-90 
Remote Dynamics Inks Agreement with Savoya II-90 
Magellan and AAA Ink Pact to Make Modified Version of RoadMate 
Auto Navigator II-90 
SiRF Technology Inks Agreement with Tyco Electronics II-91 
Trimble and Nokia Ink Cooperative Licensing Agreement for GPS 
Technology II-91 
Garmin in Agreement to Provide GPS Systems to BMW Dealerships 
in UK II-91 
Emergency Vehicle Installation Inks Agreement to Install GPS 
Systems for CEMEX USA II-91 
TomTom Inks Distribution Agreement with RadioShack II-91 
TomTom and Vodafone to Provide GPS-Based Real-Time Traffic 
Information II-92 
The Tracking Corporation Signs Agreement with Platinum Wireless II-92 
iSECUREtrac Inks Contract with Mammoth CommunicationsII-92 
Leica Geosystems Receives Supply Order from Mexican Government II-92 
Raytheon Bags US Air Force Contract to Develop GPS Receivers II-92 
Spirent Bags Contract from the US Navy II-93 
Telvent Signs Contract to Provide GPS-Based Traffic Control 
System for Jincheng City II-93 
Rockwell Bags Contract for Developing Advanced GPS Technology 
from US Air Force II-93 
NextBus Bags Contract from AC Transit II-93 
iSECUREtrac Wins Contract for Providing Electronic Monitoring 
Services II-93 
Quanta Bags Contract for Manufacturing TomTom's Vehicle GPS 
Systems II-94 
Globecomm and EMS SATCOM Bag Force Tracking System Contract 
from NATO II-94 
iSECUREtrac Bags GPS Tracking Services Contract in South Carolina II-94 
Trimble Offers VRS Technology for Serbia's GPS Infrastructure 
Network II-94 
SiRF Technology Offers SiRFstarIII(TM) Architecture to Pioneer II-94 
SiRF Technology Offers SiRFstarIII GPS Receiver for Fujitsu 
Siemens' Smartphones II-95 
SiRF Provides GPS Technology to Bushnell II-95 
TeleNav Incorporates GPS Navigation Function into Smartphones II-95 
Garmin Delivers StreetPilot(R) Automotive Navigator to 
Enterprise Rent-A-Car II-95 
Garmin Provides Portable Navigator for Daimler Chrysler 
Automotive Brand II-95 
Spirent Provides GPS Simulation System to US Navy II-95 
NovAtel Offers GPS Receivers in Testing GPS Block IIF Signals II-96 
Trimble Provides GPS and VRS Solutions for SiReNT in Singapore II-96 
Trimble Provides GPS Technology for GNSS Infrastructure 
Network in Perth II-96 
Topcon Authorizes Mehra Eyetech to Market GPS Products in 
Indian States II-96 
MicroTRAK Changes Name to The Tracking Corporation II-96 
Fibergrations Changes Name to TRACKINGrfid II-97 
GloNav Establishes as Spin Out from Ceva II-97 
Topcon Restructures Positioning System Operations in Australia 
and New Zealand II-97 
NemeriX Sets Up North American Center to Benefit from Growing 
GPS Market II-97 
Garmin's New Facility in UK to Operate as European Headquarters II-97 
Lockheed Martin Built GPS IIR-M Satellite System Becomes 
Completely Operational II-98 
Boeing Concludes GPS Software Testing II-98 
Raytheon Concludes Preliminary Test for GAGAN-TDS II-98 
Lockheed Successfully Concludes System Requirements Review of 
GPS III II-98 
NovAtel Acquires Waypoint Consulting II-98 
Homeland Integrated Security Systems to Acquire ActSoft II-99 
SiRf Technology Takes Over Motorola's GPS Chip Business II-99 
Garmin Acquires Business Operations of MotionBased Technologies II-99 
Amalgamated Technologies Acquires Prolink in Reverse Takeover 
Transaction II-99 
DataLogic Acquires CBSiHoldings' Assets to Expand Business 
Operations II-99 
CBSi Holdings Inc Acquires Panther Trak(TM) from DataLogic 
International II-100 
Rockwell and Honeywell Form 50:50 Joint Venture II-100 
LogiaCMG and CPS in Partnership for European AGILE Project II-100 
Hertz and Thales' Navigation Offer NeverLost Car Navigation 
System in European Market II-100 
Pharos Renews GPS Receiver Supply Agreement with Microsoft 
Streets & Trips II-101 
Savoya Inks Agreement with Remote Dynamics for REDIview Fleet 
Solution II-101 
iSECUREtrac Bags GPS Program Contract from BOPP II-101 
Comtech Bags Order for Delivery of GPS and RFID-Based 
Transceivers II-102 
Leica Receivers Supply Order from the New York Department of 
Transportation II-102 
Garmin Provides GPS Navigation System for Honda Gold Wing 
Motorcycles II-102 
SiRF Technology Incorporates SiRFstarIII Technology on TomTom 
RIDER II-102 
Leica to Establish GPS Network in China II-102 
ITT Acquires Allen Osborne to Extend GPS Capabilities II-102 
PCS Industries Takes Over Infodesk II-103 
Trimble Awarded Contracts by US Air Force II-103 
BrailleNote GPS Wins Awards II-103 
NovAtel Acquires CMC Electronics' Non-Aviation GPS OEM Product 
Line II-103 
Trimble Acquires MENSI II-104 
Trimble Acquires Applanix II-104 
Garmin Purchases UPS Aviation II-104 
Brunswick Acquires Share in Navman II-104 
Fugro Acquires Thales GeoSolutions II-104 
Raytheon Receives Anti-Jam Contract II-105 
ERI in Contract with US Army II-105 
Raytheon in Contract with RAF II-105 
Oskando and Fastrax in Alliance II-105 
SiRF Inks Partnership Agreement with Cambridge Positioning II-105 
Trimble Wins Deutsche Telekom Contract II-106 
Sprint in Agreement with Coleman for Providing GPS Enabled 
Services II-106 
CSI Receives Patent II-106 
USAF Launches GPS IIR Satellite II-106 
KDDI Bags GPS Contract II-106 

10. Focus on Select Global Players II-108 
Fei-Zyfer, Inc. (USA) II-108 
Furuno USA, Inc. (USA) II-108 
Garmin International, Inc. (USA) II-108 
Hemisphere GPS (Canada) II-109 
ITT Corp Space Systems Division (USA) II-109 
KVH Industries, Inc. (USA) II-110 
Lowrance Electronics, Inc. (USA) II-110 
Magellan Navigation, Inc. (USA) II-110 
Mio Technology (Belgium) II-111 
NavCom Technology, Inc. (USA) II-111 
Navman NZ Ltd. (New Zealand) II-111 
NovAtel, Inc. (Canada) II-112 
Orolia (France) II-112 
Raytheon Systems Co. (USA) II-112 
Rockwell Collins, Inc (USA) II-112 
SiRF Technology Holdings, Inc. (USA) II-113 
Sokkia Co., Ltd. (Japan) II-113 
Symmetricom, Inc. (USA) II-113 
TomTom International B.V. (The Netherlands) II-114 
Topcon Positioning Systems, Inc. (USA) II-114 
Trimble Navigation Limited (USA) II-114 

11. Global Market Perspective II-116 
Table 2: World Recent Past, Current and Future Analysis for 
Global Positioning System by Geographic Region - US, Japan, 
Europe, Asia-Pacific and Rest of World Markets Independently 
Analyzed by Annual Revenues for the Years 2000 through 2010 in 
US$ Million (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) II-116 

Table 3: World Long-Term Projections for Global Positioning 
System by Geographic Region - US, Japan, Europe, Asia-Pacific 
and Rest of World Markets Independently Analyzed by Annual 
Revenues for the Years 2011 through 2015 in US$ Million 
(includes corresponding Graph/Chart) II-117 

Table 4: World 10-Year Perspective for Global Positioning 
System by Geographic Region - Percentage Breakdown of Dollar 
Sales for US, Japan, Europe, Asia-Pacific and Rest of World 
Markets for the Years 2003, 2008 and 2012 (includes 
corresponding Graph/Chart) II-118 

Table 5: World Recent Past, Current and Future Analysis for 
Land Based GPS Applications by Geographic Region - US, Japan, 
Europe, Asia-Pacific and Rest of World Markets Independently 
Analyzed by Annual Revenues for the Years 2000 through 2010 in 
US$ Million (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) II-119 

Table 6: World Long-Term Projections for Land Based GPS 
Applications by Geographic Region - US, Japan, Europe, 
Asia-Pacific and Rest of World Markets Independently Analyzed 
by Annual Revenues for the Years 2011 through 2015 in US$ 
Million (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) II-120 

Table 7: World 10-Year Perspective for Land Based GPS 
Applications by Geographic Region - Percentage Breakdown of 
Dollar Sales for US, Japan, Europe, Asia-Pacific and Rest of 
World Markets for the Years 2003, 2008 and 2012 (includes 
corresponding Graph/Chart) II-121 

Table 8: World Recent Past, Current and Future Analysis for 
GPS Based In-Vehicle Navigation Applications by Geographic 
Region - US, Japan, Europe, Asia-Pacific and Rest of World 
Markets Independently Analyzed by Annual Revenues for the 
Years 2000 through 2010 in US$ Million (includes corresponding 
Graph/Chart) II-122 

Table 9: World Long-Term Projections for GPS Based In-Vehicle 
Navigation Applications by Geographic Region - US, Japan, 
Europe, Asia-Pacific and Rest of World Markets Independently 
Analyzed by Annual Revenues for the Years 2011 through 2015 in 
US$ Million (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) II-123 

Table 10: World 10-Year Perspective for GPS Based In-Vehicle 
Navigation Applications by Geographic Region - Percentage 
Breakdown of Dollar Sales for US, Japan, Europe, Asia-Pacific 
and Rest of World Markets for the Years 2003, 2008 and 2012 
(includes corresponding Graph/Chart) II-124 

Table 11: World Recent Past, Current and Future Analysis for 
GPS Based Consumer Applications by Geographic Region - US, 
Japan, Europe, Asia-Pacific and Rest of World Markets 
Independently Analyzed by Annual Revenues for the Years 2000 
through 2010 in US$ Million (includes corresponding 
Graph/Chart) II-125 

Table 12: World Long-Term Projections for GPS Based Consumer 
Applications by Geographic Region - US, Japan, Europe, 
Asia-Pacific and Rest of World Markets Independently Analyzed 
by Annual Revenues for the Years 2011 through 2015 in US$ 
Million (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) II-126 

Table 13: World 10-Year Perspective for GPS Based Consumer 
Applications by Geographic Region - Percentage Breakdown of 
Dollar Sales for US, Japan, Europe, Asia-Pacific and Rest of 
World Markets for the Years 2003, 2008 and 2012 (includes 
corresponding Graph/Chart) II-127 

Table 14: World Recent Past, Current and Future Analysis for 
GPS Based Survey/Mapping Applications by Geographic Region - 
US, Japan, Europe, Asia-Pacific and Rest of World Markets 
Independently Analyzed by Annual Revenues for the Years 2000 
through 2010 in US$ Million (includes corresponding 
Graph/Chart) II-128 

Table 15: World Long-Term Projections for GPS Based Survey/ 
Mapping Applications by Geographic Region - US, Japan, Europe, 
Asia-Pacific and Rest of World Markets Independently Analyzed 
by Annual Revenues for the Years 2011 through 2015 in US$ 
Million (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) II-129 

Table 16: World 10-Year Perspective for GPS Based 
Survey/Mapping Applications by Geographic Region - Percentage 
Breakdown of Dollar Sales for US, Japan, Europe, Asia-Pacific 
and Rest of World Markets for the Years 2003, 2008 and 2012 
(includes corresponding Graph/Chart) II-130 

Table 17: World Recent Past, Current and Future Analysis for 
GPS Based Tracking/Machine Control Applications by Geographic 
Region - US, Japan, Europe, Asia-Pacific and Rest of World 
Markets Independently Analyzed by Annual Revenues for the 
Years 2000 through 2010 in US$ Million (includes corresponding 
Graph/Chart) II-131 

Table 18: World Long-Term Projections for GPS Based Tracking/ 
Machine Control Applications by Geographic Region - US, Japan, 
Europe, Asia-Pacific and Rest of World Markets Independently 
Analyzed by Annual Revenues for the Years 2011 through 2015 in 
US$ Million (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) II-132 

Table 19: World 10-Year Perspective for GPS Based 
Tracking/Machine Control Applications by Geographic Region - 
Percentage Breakdown of Dollar Sales for US, Japan, Europe, 
Asia-Pacific and Rest of World Markets for the Years 2003, 
2008 and 2012 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) II-133 

Table 20: World Recent Past, Current and Future Analysis for 
GPS Based OEM Applications by Geographic Region - US, Japan, 
Europe, Asia-Pacific and Rest of World Markets Independently 
Analyzed by Annual Revenues for the Years 2000 through 2010 in 
US$ Million (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) II-134 

Table 21: World Long-Term Projections for GPS Based OEM 
Applications by Geographic Region - US, Japan, Europe, 
Asia-Pacific and Rest of World Markets Independently Analyzed 
by Annual Revenues for the Years 2011 through 2015 in US$ 
Million (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) II-135 

Table 22: World 10-Year Perspective for GPS Based OEM 
Applications by Geographic Region - Percentage Breakdown of 
Dollar Sales for US, Japan, Europe, Asia-Pacific and Rest of 
World Markets for the Years 2003, 2008 and 2012 (includes 
corresponding Graph/Chart) II-136 

Table 23: World Recent Past, Current and Future Analysis for 
GPS Based Aviation Applications by Geographic Region - US, 
Japan, Europe, Asia-Pacific and Rest of World Markets 
Independently Analyzed by Annual Revenues for the Years 2000 
through 2010 in US$ Million (includes corresponding 
Graph/Chart) II-137 

Table 24: World Long-Term Projections for GPS Based Aviation 
Applications by Geographic Region - US, Japan, Europe, 
Asia-Pacific and Rest of World Markets Independently Analyzed 
by Annual Revenues for the Years 2011 through 2015 in US$ 
Million (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) II-138 

Table 25: World 10-Year Perspective for GPS Based Aviation 
Applications by Geographic Region - Percentage Breakdown of 
Dollar Sales for US, Japan, Europe, Asia-Pacific and Rest of 
World Markets for the Years 2003, 2008 and 2012 (includes 
corresponding Graph/Chart) II-139 

Table 26: World Recent Past, Current and Future Analysis for 
GPS Based Marine Applications by Geographic Region - US, 
Japan, Europe, Asia-Pacific and Rest of World Markets 
Independently Analyzed by Annual Revenues for the Years 2000 
through 2010 in US$ Million (includes corresponding 
Graph/Chart) II-140 

Table 27: World Long-Term Projections for GPS Based Marine 
Applications by Geographic Region - US, Japan, Europe, 
Asia-Pacific and Rest of World Markets Independently Analyzed 
by Annual Revenues for the Years 2011 through 2015 in US$ 
Million (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) II-141 

Table 28: World 10-Year Perspective for GPS Based Marine 
Applications by Geographic Region - Percentage Breakdown of 
Dollar Sales for US, Japan, Europe, Asia-Pacific and Rest of 
World Markets for the Years 2003, 2008 and 2012 (includes 
corresponding Graph/Chart) II-142 

Table 29: World Recent Past, Current and Future Analysis for 
GPS Based Military Applications by Geographic Region - US, 
Japan, Europe, Asia-Pacific and Rest of World Markets 
Independently Analyzed by Annual Revenues for the Years 2000 
through 2010 in US$ Million (includes corresponding 
Graph/Chart) II-143 

Table 30: World Long-Term Projections for GPS Based Military 
Applications by Geographic Region - US, Japan, Europe, 
Asia-Pacific and Rest of World Markets Independently Analyzed 
by Annual Revenues for the Years 2011 through 2015 in US$ 
Million (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) II-144 

Table 31: World 10-Year Perspective for GPS Based Military 
Applications by Geographic Region - Percentage Breakdown of 
Dollar Sales for US, Japan, Europe, Asia-Pacific and Rest of 
World Markets for the Years 2003, 2008 and 2012 (includes 
corresponding Graph/Chart) II-145 

Table 32: World Recent Past, Current and Future Analysis for 
GPS Based Timing Applications by Geographic Region - US, 
Japan, Europe, Asia-Pacific and Rest of World Markets 
Independently Analyzed by Annual Revenues for the Years 2000 
through 2010 in US$ Million (includes corresponding 
Graph/Chart) II-146 

Table 33: World Long-Term Projections for GPS Based Timing 
Applications by Geographic Region - US, Japan, Europe, 
Asia-Pacific and Rest of World Markets Independently Analyzed 
by Annual Revenues for the Years 2011 through 2015 in US$ 
Million (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) II-147 

Table 34: World 10-Year Perspective for GPS Based Timing 
Applications by Geographic Region - Percentage Breakdown of 
Dollar Sales for US, Japan, Europe, Asia-Pacific and Rest of 
World Markets for the Years 2003, 2008 and 2012 (includes 
corresponding Graph/Chart) II-148 


III. MARKET 

1. The United States III-1 
A.Market Analysis III-1 
Outlook III-1 
Trends and Issues III-1 
North American GPS Market for Public/Military Utility III-1 
Table 35: US Non-Cellular GPS Chip Market (2005): 
Percentage Breakdown of Volume Shipments by Application 
Type - Vehicle Tracking, Vehicle Navigation, Recreation, 
Maritime, Military/other, Timing, Surveying, and Aviation 
(includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-1 
GPS: Part of Economic Infrastructure and National Security III-1 
GPS Technology - An Antidote to Growing Needs of US 
Transportation Industry III-2 
AVL Market - A Prime Consumer of GPS/Wireless Devices III-2 
GPS and the Trucking Business III-3 
Market Trends III-3 
Consumer Products Propel New Market Growth III-3 
Measures Initiated to Upgrade GPS Capabilities III-3 
Price Declines to Spur GPS-based Navigation System Sales III-4 
Manufacturers Focus on Improving Performance / Price Ratio 
to Spur GPS Navigation System Uptake III-4 
In-Vehicle Navigation Systems Sales On Rise III-4 
Table 36: US Automotive GPS Market (2003-2007): 
Penetration Rates (in Cars) of Different GPS Products - 
Dealer/Factory Navigation Systems, GPS-Enabled PDAs, 
GPS-Enabled Integrated Devices, and GPS-Enabled Mobiles 
(includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-5 
Portable GPS Devices Command Rapid Uptake III-5 
Technology Advancements Create New Avenues for GPS 
Application in GSM Mobile Phones III-5 
Consumers Show High Interest in Location-based Services III-5 
GPS-Based Mobile Gaming - Fantasy to Reality III-6 
Companies Eye GPS as a Potential Marketing Tool III-6 
Latest GPS Units Come Loaded with Live Traffic Information III-6 
Competitive Framework III-6 
Regulatory Environment III-7 
Enhanced GPS Gets FAA Approval III-7 
FCC Mandates for Carriers III-7 
Selective Availability: A Brief Review III-7 
Cessation of Selective Availability Enhances Effectiveness 
of Existing Products III-8 
New GPS Policy - Goals and Objectives III-8 
Product Launches/Developments III-8 
Strategic Corporate Developments III-37 
Key Players III-54 
B.Market Analytics III-60 
Table 37: US Recent Past, Current and Future Analysis for 
Global Positioning System by End Use Application - Land 
Based (In-Vehicle Navigation, Consumer, Survey/Mapping and 
Tracking/Machine Control), OEM, Aviation, Marine, Military 
and Timing Independently Analyzed by Annual Revenues for the 
Years 2000 through 2010 in US$ Million (includes 
corresponding Graph/Chart) III-60 

Table 38: US Long-Term Projections for Global Positioning 
System by End Use Application - Land Based (In-Vehicle 
Navigation, Consumer, Survey / Mapping and Tracking/Machine 
Control), OEM, Aviation, Marine, Military and Timing 
Independently Analyzed by Annual Revenues for the Years 2011 
through 2015 in US$ Million (includes corresponding 
Graph/Chart) III-61 

Table 39: US 10-Year Perspective for Global Positioning 
System by End Use Application - Percentage Breakdown of 
Dollar Sales for Land Based (In-Vehicle Navigation, 
Consumer, Survey/Mapping and Tracking/Machine Control), OEM, 
Aviation, Marine, Military and Timing Independently for the 
Years 2003, 2008 and 2012 (includes corresponding 
Graph/Chart) III-62 

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