NSR’s Emerging Space Investment Analysis, 3rd Edition (ESIA3) provides critical assessment of the movements and trends of global New Space investment over the past two decades. Building upon NSR’s research, supported by diverse private investment, these players have grabbed headlines but also raised many questions…
Via Satellite: Satellite Technology of the Year: Northrop Grumman and the Future of In-Orbit Satellite Servicing
Tom Wilson, vice president and general manager for Northrop Grumman and president of SpaceLogistics LLC cites NSR in his discussion of MEV revenue potential.. “If you look at reports from the likes of NSR, there is strong potential for business in this market once this technology has been proven”. This market can begin to take.
NSR discusses incorporating the cloud into satellite businesses Over the past decade alone, adoption of ‘the cloud’ has surged forward with major legacy software vendors orchestrating efforts towards the emergence of on-demand self-service, rapidly elastic solutions on the cloud. Digitisation strategies today are less about the blanket adoption of cloud-based services and more about understanding.
Last week, China & Russia signed a memorandum of understanding to create a joint lunar science station. Earlier this week, the SLS core stage arrived at NASA’s Kennedy Space Center, in anticipation of an Artemis 1 launch in late 2021, or early 2022. With major powers taking new, strongly funded, and different approaches to the Moon, has a new space race begun? In.
Backhaul is one of the key growth engines for the Satcom Industry. A large portion of satellite capacity coming online in the next few years is purposely designed for Backhaul and, despite COVID-19, the segment continued to show major contract wins. But how big is the market, and for how long can this growth trajectory.