EMAC supports Aerospace’s core mission through functional coverage in four domains: government acquisition support, industrial base assessments, economic and market analysis, and policy research and evaluation. Highlighted below are EMAC’s capabilities:
Industrial Base Studies that identify and rank the riskiness of critical technologies for national security space, conduct supply chain analyses, and recommend strategies to preserve capabilities.
Business Assessment/Sustainability for existing and/or future space-based missions, including, but not limited to, communications, remote sensing, spectrum management, launch vehicle services, health of space suppliers, and other related industrial base issues.
Competitive Analysis of Products, Companies and Markets to offer a better perspective of the competitive strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, and threats (SWOT) of space-based products and services in the marketplace.
Business Case Development and Evaluation to quantify business assumptions and recommend strategies consistent with customer objectives and capabilities.
Risk Assessment of products, companies, and markets in the space industry from an economic perspective.
Financial Risk Modeling using internally developed tools that are easily customizable for modeling uncertainties associated with economic and market analyses.
Industry Forum Contributors to the Space Supplier Council (SSC), Space Quality Improvement Council (SQIC), Space Industrial Base Council (SIBC), Critical Technologies Working Group (CTWG), California Space Authority (CSA), Commercial Space Transportation Advisory Council (COMSTAC), and AIAA Systems Engineering and Economics Group.
Course Development and Instruction covering government acquisition processes and policies, and government space acquisitions from an industry/financial perspective. Courses are developed and taught by EMAC staff, targeting specific customer needs.
The Aerospace Corporation
Economic and Market Analysis Center
P.O. Box 92957
Los Angeles, CA 90009-2957