[NSR] discusses the Satellite Ground Segment’s COVID-19 recovery in his SatNews article. The Satellite Ground Segment has been one of the hardest-hit steps in the value chain brought about by the pandemic. With many deployments and new deals halted due to lockdowns, equipment could not be shipped, and revenues were not generated. But COVID-19 also.
“Everything happens somewhere” has long served as an epithet in the geospatial industry, from the brand reposition of a 275-year-old mapping agency to the regular campaigns of international geospatial events. The downstream satellite big data industry has often prided itself on the ubiquity and importance of location data, a USP for large scale geo-intelligence, in.
Direct satellite connectivity to Mobile, at affordable prices, has been one of the moonshot objectives of the industry for many years. Leveraging the advances in 5G, multiple projects are pursuing this vision, attracting huge levels of interest in its way (AST & Science going public through a SPAC valuing the company at $1.8B). But what.
The Satellite Evolution Group discusses NSR’s Global Satellite Ground Segment, 5th Edition report. The longest-standing and most complete analysis and forecast of the commercial satellite ground equipment sector. The study leverages NSR’s extensive and in-depth satellite industry knowledge and provides shipments and equipment revenues for all key industry segments.
The interplay between Exploration and Exploitation is critical for the long-run performance of a solution, company, or sector. Enterprise VSAT market revenues have plateaued with long exploitation of the conventional satellite connectivity offerings and hence, the industry had been in exploration for next-gen technologies, products or solutions to push the segment’s topline on the growth.