New satellites present new opportunities throughout the space ecosystem, including in launch. Space connectivity has begun to take advantage of technology that terrestrial networks have already adopted to handle exponential data growth. A boom in connectivity satellite constellations will….
To tap into the larger market opportunity, HAPS solutions in the stratosphere need to operate in harsh thermal conditions, including temperatures as low as -90° C. The white paper shows how HAPS Alliance member organizations are navigating these challenges to build a cooperative ecosystem. In fact, by 2029, the HAPS market is expected to reach.
Astranis is revolutionizing the Satcom value chain with a third service provider acquiring its own satellite capacity (PDI, Anuvu and most recently Andesat). This will certainly not be the last instance in which a Communications Service Provider acquires its own Space segment. In fact, in the time of cheap and easy access to Space, satellites become commoditized, and Satellite Operators need to rethink what value they bring.
As the U.S. Congress continues to move forward towards the next version of U.S. Defense spending, on the top of lawmakers minds are how exactly Gov & Mil end-users such as the U.S. DoD will engage and leverage commercial investments in Non-GEO HTS networks. The debate seems to be ‘over’ around if DoD will use.
Investment in the Earth Observation (EO) and related downstream analytics markets has massively increased in recent years, with 2021 more than doubling due to a number of satellite operators that announced plans to go public via SPAC routes. The commercial EO market is becoming increasingly competitive, with an ever-growing diversity in business models that offer.