In-Flight Connectivity (IFC) has suffered badly during the pandemic. The prospects are that there will be a “U-shaped” recovery for aircraft-based IFC revenues, according to Northern Sky Research’s (NSR) latest study on Aeronautical Satcom Markets.
SpaceWatch Africa: Land mobile satcom boosted by consumer demand during covid dip northern sky research says
NSR’s Land Mobile via Satellite, 9th Edition (LMvS9) report, released today, forecasts despite some challenges with enterprise segments over the past 16 months, consumer handheld demand soared throughout 2020, after challenges at the start of the year. LMvS9 finds this solid base propelling the market to add over 500,000 new land mobile subscribers over the coming decade, reaching 1.2 million active subscribers in 2030.
IFC Revenue to Reach $38.8 Billion by 2030, Driven by HTS Capacity Demand Cambridge, MA – NSR’s latest report, Aeronautical Satcom Markets, 9th Edition (Aero9) sees a rebound on the horizon for significantly impacted aero In-Flight Connectivity (IFC) services, with a U-shaped recovery underway and revenue expected to reach $38.8 Billion through 2030. A clear trend of.
Northern Sky Research (NSR), in its latest report, Wireless Backhaul via Satellite, 15th Edition, asks whether the industry be able to activate elasticities to fill the upcoming supply. Backhaul offers an excellent opportunity with high price elasticities and a huge addressable market still to be captured.
Since 2016, 83 missions have been contracted to send spacecraft, infrastructure, and crew to the Moon, valued at $50 billion. With 8 space agencies and 26 commercial companies involved, and given the growing number of announcements and funding, suffice it to say, the race to the Moon is back. While there have been hundreds of.