SKY Perfect JSAT Key Features
01 Business Overview
We are working From people's lives on the ground to space.
SKY Perfect JSAT is developing a wide range of businesses centered on communications satellite services.
Features of Satellite
(Can connect anytime and anyplace)
Satellite communications can broadly cover the entire globe and provide high speed communications services to digital divide regions and also shipping vessels and aircraft. Furthermore, they can flexibly handle simultaneous distribution to many sites at once and temporary settings for relay lines, etc.
They can build robust communications networks which are not affected by natural disasters such as earthquakes, etc., so satellite communications can be used for diverse applications such as disaster prevention applications, backup lines for ground communications, mobile base station backhaul lines, etc.
(communication lines with a high degree of safety)
Unauthorized access is not easy compared to terrestrial networks, so it is possible for satellite communications to ensure high security. They exercise an outstanding role in peace of mind and safety, and the propagation of information with a highly secret nature, including for the security field.
(infrastructure of a sustainable society)
Satellites are operated using solar light, a clean, renewable energy. Furthermore, it is expected that utilization of the earth observation data which can be obtained from space can contribute to a sustainable society in the fields of disaster prediction and monitoring the status of marine pollution.
SKY Perfect JSAT has a history of several mergers. As a pioneer of both satellite communication business and multi-channel pay-TV business in Japan, SKY Perfect JSAT have brought convenience, safety and enriched life to the society through its services.
03 What We Do
SKY Perfect JSAT services are widely applied to peoples’ everyday life. In addition to conventional business by its large satellites fleet, SKY Perfect JSAT also aims to address to the digital divide overseas, with the cooperation of partners. Also, SKY Perfect JSAT launched into new businesses using low orbital satellites, etc.
As the Asia’s No.1 satellite operator with large fleet, SKY Perfect JSAT values committed relationship with our customers and society, and aggressively advance into new satellite business field.
HAPS (High Altitude Platform Station):
From the stratosphere 20km above Earth, HAPS is aimed to connect GEO & LEO satellites/aircrafts/vessels networks and to deliver low-latency broadband connectivity. It will also contribute in disaster recovery communications.
In-flight internet access available today is supported by satellites. The number of users are increasing rapidly.
SKY Perfect JSAT’s maritime services are utilized for internet access on shipboard life.
SKY Perfect JSAT aims to mitigate the “last one mile” through its satellite services in Southeast Asia and Pacific island countries.
In addition to broadcasting TV news coverage and video relays from event sites, vehicles are also used as a communication line in an emergency.
SKY Perfect JSAT operates DTH service named “SKY PerfecTV!” which is Japan’s largest satellite-based multichannel pay-TV. SKY PerfecTV! delivers programs in a wide range of genres including animation, movies, sports, and music.
VIDEO STREAMING SERVICE:
On-demand video streaming service “SPOOX“ is available to anyone, including customers without subscription to ”SKY PerfecTV!“. We provide a variety of content line-up to meet the viewer’s diverse needs.
04 Quick Facts
Under the group mission “Space for your Smile”, SKY Perfect JSAT has been on a steady growth in business and good will to contribute for the society.
Number of SKY PerfecTV! Subscribers
(As of March 31, 2023)
Approx. 2.88 million
Number of Subscribers by Month
The Consolidated Operating Revenue for FY 2022
121.1 billion yen
Financial Highlights(Consolidated Income Statement)
The Consolidated Forecast for FY2023
Consolidated Operating Revenue
Profit Attributable to Owners of Parent
Latest IR Documents
Number of Satellites in Possession
(As of March 31, 2023)
JSAT Space Business Service Site