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Current and Potential Economic Benefits of GPS Joseph H. Bogosian Deputy Assistant Secretary for Current and Potential Economic Benefits of GPS Joseph H. Bogosian Deputy Assistant Secretary for Transportation and Machinery International Trade Administration U. S. Department of Commerce December 2003

Why the Commerce Department? • Primary mission: promote commercial market growth and trade • Why the Commerce Department? • Primary mission: promote commercial market growth and trade • Largest constituency of GPS users • National Continuously Operating Reference System (CORS) • Radio spectrum authority

Interagency GPS Executive Board Defense Transportation State Commerce Agriculture Interior Joint Chiefs of Staff Interagency GPS Executive Board Defense Transportation State Commerce Agriculture Interior Joint Chiefs of Staff NASA

U. S. Policy Promotes Global Market Growth • • • Free signals Open documentation U. S. Policy Promotes Global Market Growth • • • Free signals Open documentation No licensing fees Standardization Selective Availability ended Modernization

Commerce Department Roles in Fostering GPS Market Growth • • • Promote U. S. Commerce Department Roles in Fostering GPS Market Growth • • • Promote U. S. GPS policy Prevent/eliminate trade barriers Publish market statistics Keep track of industry Promote opportunities for market development • Represent industry within USG

Commercial Applications Dominate the GPS Market 2000 Revenues from GPS Equipment Sales Source: DOC, Commercial Applications Dominate the GPS Market 2000 Revenues from GPS Equipment Sales Source: DOC, 1998

Worldwide GPS Hardware Sales Exceed $9 Billion Per Year $Billions (Projected) Source: DOC, 2001 Worldwide GPS Hardware Sales Exceed $9 Billion Per Year $Billions (Projected) Source: DOC, 2001

GPS Sales by Geographic Region 1998 U. S. 32% Japan 47% 2003 Europe 18% GPS Sales by Geographic Region 1998 U. S. 32% Japan 47% 2003 Europe 18% Other 1% Asia 2% U. S. 30% Europe 23% Revenues from Buyers in Different Regions Source: DOC, 1998 Japan 44% Other 1% Asia 2%

Current Uses of GPS Technology • Transportation • Recreation • Industry • Science & Current Uses of GPS Technology • Transportation • Recreation • Industry • Science & Environment • – – – – Automotive Rail Maritime Aviation Space Agriculture Construction E-Commerce/Finance Electric Power Engineering Fishing Forestry Manufacturing Mining Oil & Gas Telecommunications Geography – – – – – • Surveying Mapping Geodesy Geographic Information Systems Land Use Planning Consumer Electronics Hiking/Geocaching Boating/Fishing Sports Tourism Weather Forecasting Pollution Monitoring Ecology & Wilderness Conservation Toxic Waste/Oil Spill Cleanup Animal Behavior Disease Control Geological Change Monitoring Archaeology Time Transfer Military – – Force Deployment Logistical Support Vehicle Navigation Smart Munitions

New Commercial Applications Are Developed Every Day • Open pit mining • Child safety New Commercial Applications Are Developed Every Day • Open pit mining • Child safety • Automatic snowplow guidance • Spacecraft control • Power grid management

Huge Potential Exists in the Market for Value Added Services • • • Software Huge Potential Exists in the Market for Value Added Services • • • Software development Embedded applications Localized GIS databases Internet integration Wireless markets Location-Based Services

GPS Modernization: DOC Roles • Helped collect and advocate civilian user needs for the GPS Modernization: DOC Roles • Helped collect and advocate civilian user needs for the future GPS service • Early proponent of three civil signals • Participated in the design and frequency selection for the two new civil signals • Led studies and analyses demonstrating the economic benefits of GPS modernization • Endorsed high-level recommendations to the White House to deactivate SA and accelerate implementation of civilian capabilities • Participated in Congressional outreach

Cooperation with Europe: Commercial Issues at Stake • Compatibility/Interoperability • Nondiscrimination – Access to Cooperation with Europe: Commercial Issues at Stake • Compatibility/Interoperability • Nondiscrimination – Access to Galileo signal specifications – Access to markets

United States GPS Policy “Our goals are to: …Encourage private sector investment in and United States GPS Policy “Our goals are to: …Encourage private sector investment in and use of U. S. GPS technologies and services. ”

For Further Information IGEB Executive Secretariat U. S. Department of Commerce www. igeb. gov For Further Information IGEB Executive Secretariat U. S. Department of Commerce www. igeb. gov Exec. [email protected] gov (202) 482 -5809