In “NSR Sees Hundreds of $Billions for Satellite Manufacturing and Launch Markets”- “Launch service providers and 3rd party service providers are responding to these demands with unique, more comprehensive and customized services,”..
The number of satellites launched each year has steadily grown, the report found, from 70 satellites in 2010 to 493 satellites in 2019 — and Northern Sky expects that to reach over 1000 a year by 2030.
High Altitude Balloons Are Primary Revenue Driver, with Telcos Taking Greater Interest in HAPs Cambridge, MA – NSR’s High Altitude Platforms, 4th Edition report, published today, forecasts approx. $4B in cumulative HAPs revenues over the next decade, for airships, balloons, and pseudo-satellite platforms. High altitude balloons are expected to be the primary driver of units and revenues, followed far behind by pseudo-satellites and airships. Telcos are.
SMi Group Reports: The 22nd Annual Global MilSatCom Conference and Exhibition will once again host a varied speaker line-up of military, government and industry experts from across the globe SMi Group are pleased to announce that the 22nd Annual Global MilSatCom Conference and Exhibition will return to London at the on the 10th, 11th and.
The satcom industry is going through turbulent times. A wave of high-level bankruptcies, layoffs, cost-cutting measures and investment deferrals have rattled the industry. COVID obviously places significant pressure in an already challenged ecosystem, hitting key areas of Satcom growth like Mobility. But putting aside the panic around COVID for a moment, it is clear the business fundamentals for Satcom remain very solid. The actors that play their cards well will be able to capture double-digit growth once we reach the “new normal”.