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CCID Consulting: Rapid Development of COMPASS Fueling Growth of Geographic Information in China

CCID Consulting (HK: 08235) :

China's COMPASS Navigation Satellite Industry

As China's self-developed navigation satellite system, COMPASS has played a positive role in various aspects of the country's economy and society. Its construction and operation is gradually becoming the core driving force for the development of China's navigation satellite industry, and such a promoting role is also strengthening, driving the explosive growth of the industry. According to the statistics of CCID Consulting, the size of China's COMPASS navigation satellite industry reached RMB 8.596 billion in 2011, an increase of 43.2% year-on-year.

Currently, the COMPASS industry is taking shape in China’s various provinces and municipalities, including Beijing, Shanghai, Shaanxi, Shandong, Jiangsu, Zhejiang, Guangdong, Sichuan and Chongqing (see Figure 1). The COMPASS system has been widely applied in various fields such as meteorology, fishery, transportation, hydrology, forestry, rescue, telecommunication, and power generation. Although the current performance of the COMPASS navigation satellite system is still far below GPS, it is undoubtedly to play a critical role in China's navigation satellite industry in the future.

Figure 1 Layout of China's COMPASS Navigation Satellite Industry in 2011

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Source: CCID Consulting, November 2012

According to the planning of China Satellite Navigation Office, the size of China's navigation satellite industry will reach RMB 200 billion by 2015, and RMB 400 billion by 2020, showing a great potential for its future growth. Meanwhile, the completion of COMPASS will also allow China to provide related local products and services.

China's Geographic Information Industry

China's geographic information industry is enjoying a rapid growth, with its market size growing steadily and applications expanding continuously. According to the statistics of CCID Consulting, its compound average growth rate was 38% from 2009 to 2011. The market size reached RMB 126.01 billion in 2011, and the total output of China's geographic information industry is expected to surpass RMB 1 trillion by 2020.

Figure 2 Size and Growth of China's Geographic Information Industry, 2009-2011

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Source: CCID Consulting, November 2012

In China's geographic information industry, the lion’s share, about 87.9%, is taken by the global navigation satellite system (GNSS), followed by the geographic information system (GIS) sector with a share of about 7.6% and the remote sensing (RS) sector with about 4.5%. With the emergence of COMPASS, the dominating GNSS sector and the entire geographic information industry will continue to grow.

Figure 3 Structure of China's Geographic Information Industry in 2011

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Source: CCID Consulting, November 2012

With the completion of the COMPASS network in the Asian-Pacific region, the continuous development of the national economy, and the strategic investment and policy support from the government, the demand for China's geographic information industry will reach its peak growth rate in the future. According to CCID Consulting, the size of China's geographic information industry is expected to reach RMB 231.03 billion by 2014, with a compound annual growth rate of 22.4% in the next two years.

Figure 4 Forecasts on Size and Growth of China's Geographic Information Industry, 2012-2014

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About CCID Consulting Co., Ltd.

CCID Consulting Co., Ltd., the first Chinese consulting firm listed in the Growth Enterprise Market (GEM) of the Stock Exchange of Hong Kong (HKSE: 08235) and the first consulting firm which gets ISO 9001 international and national quality management system standard certification, is directly affiliated to China Center for Information Industry Development (hereinafter known as CCID Group). Headquartered in Beijing, CCID Consulting has so far set up branch offices in Shanghai, Guangzhou, Shenzhen, Xi’an, Wuhan and Nanjing with over 300 professional consultants. The company’s business scope has covered over 200 large and medium-sized cities in China. CCID Consulting provides customers with public policy establishment, industry competitiveness upgrade, development strategy and planning, marketing strategy and research, HR management, IT programming and management services, investment and financing, and M&A. The company's customers range from government departments at all levels and diversified industrial parks, to industrial users in strategic emerging industries in new generation information technology, energy saving and environmental protection, biological science and technology, high-end equipment manufacturing, new materials, and new energy. CCID Consulting commits itself to become the No. 1 advisor for urban economy, the No.1 consultancy for enterprise management, and the No. 1 branch for informatization consulting in China.

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