The space and satellite industry was back together in force at SATELLITE 2022, with greater international participation than recent years. Topics like in-orbit servicing, software, and the commercialization of IoT took center stage. Here are NSR’s top takeaways from the event….
According to Northern Sky Research (NSR), the smallsat IoT business is on the way to becoming a $1 billion market in just eight years. New Space startups in this area are increasing their momentum of building constellations and developing technologies, aiming to provide keener competition with the big satellite companies. These predictions, IoT applications, and more were.
Last week, the U.S. Administration declared a ban on anti-satellite missile tests (ASAT), citing concern over the danger of the resulting space debris. Previously, Russia’s ASAT test was universally condemned due to the large debris cloud produced, and before that, India’s 2019 testing raised similar concerns. The proliferation of new satellites to the rising dangers.
Impending Wave of LEO, MEO, and GEO-HTS Satcom and Data Services set to Significantly Boost Long- Term Cloud Adoption Cambridge, MA– April 27, 2022- NSR’s newly released Cloud Computing via Satellite, 3rd Edition sees Cloud Service Delivery via Satellite positioned to generate $32 Billion, with 240+ Exabytes of Traffic, by 2031. The impending wave of LEO,.
NSR’s newly released white paper, Space Cybersecurity – Current State and Future Needs, finds that security practices related to the burgeoning satellite industry are insufficient and the move to a Zero-Trust Architecture (ZTA) in software design and systems management is a must to address emerging threats.