The traditional satcom industry can be argued to be entering its third transition phase, after the FSS video boom until 2010 and the HTS influenced pricing decline more recently. With languishing growth in 2018, alongside declining EBITDA margins and backlog, the operator industry remains uncertain on video, while debating on the merits of going fully.
NSR quoted in Science & Tech’s Blog “SpaceX’s Satellite Web Job In Trouble?” -A report from expert company Northern Sky Research study recommends such networks in lower orbits might be drawing in over $4 billion yearly in profits by 2027.
With over $71B in cumulative retail revenues forecasted over the next ten years in our latest view on the market opportunity for Government and Military Satellite Communications, NSR is often asked: Why the Optimism? What has changed? Where is the opportunity (for me)? To start answering those questions, we need to first examine the macro-level.
NSR Report Finds an Accelerating Market Where Government & Military Users Take the Lead Cambridge, MA – NSR’s Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS) Satcom and Imaging Markets, 5th Edition report, released today, projects a cumulative revenue opportunity of nearly $30 B over the 2017-2027 period for satellite communications and commercial UAS imaging & analytics services. Largely.