Northern Sky Research (NSR), in a comprehensive study, recognises the huge improvements made in vehicles which have become “smartphones on wheels” and with a number of points of potential connection now in regular use. But NSR thinks there could be much more, commenting: “One thing we have not seen very much of during these 20.
NSR Report Sees Satellite Capacity Pricing Stabilizing, yet Increasingly Complex Period for Pricing Negotiations
Satellite Operators sit at Capacity Pricing Crossroads with Macroeconomic Headwinds, External Competitive Pressures, and Supply Chain Challenges Cambridge, MA – May 31st, 2022- NSR’s Satellite Capacity Pricing Index, 8th Edition finds Satellite Operators sitting at a crossroads of multiple macroeconomic headwinds, external competitive pressures, and supply chain challenges, driving need for innovative strategies. As pricing stabilizes.
Over the past couple of decades, vehicles have become smartphones on wheels, with an increasing number of electronic components, chipsets, and devices being connected to a vehicle at any given time. With the advent of electric vehicles, this trend is becoming even more apparent, with what are effectively software-defined cars coming off production lines at.
RepublicWorld: Global Space Industry Revenue Could Cross $1 Trillion By 2040, Says Citigroup Analysis
…Northern Sky Research (NSR) have their own timeline of the space sector crossing the $1 trillion mark. While Morgan Stanley’s forecast predicts the global revenue milestone by 2040, NSR has said that the $1 trillion mark will be crossed a decade earlier. NSR’s report predicted that a cumulative revenue of $1.25 trillion is possible by.
Obtaining data from space remains a massive bottleneck yet to be resolved. The increasing resolution of space-based sensors, data collected at higher revisit rates and the lack of onboard memory or relay systems for massive amounts of information from scientific missions all contribute to the current downlink bottleneck experienced by many operators and scientists. Due.