The Satellite Communications market is at a critical stage with the change in dynamics across the value chain. Major changes driving the markets include massive capacity supply, horizontal and vertical industry consolidations, increased need of connectivity post COVID-19 and relative reduction in regulatory barriers. With the evolving industry dynamics, stakeholders are looking for new opportunities.
In today’s energy world, there is a growing need for resilient, high-speed connectivity that can seamlessly support everything from exploration and upstream scouting to extraction and distribution. Energy companies and remote operations worldwide are looking to improve productivity, crew well-being, and site safety with real-time video streaming, continuous communications, and advanced analytics. Demand for reliable,.
This past Sunday, NASA’s Artemis I mission splashed down in the Pacific Ocean. It was an historic occasion, both the 50th anniversary of the last human lunar landing, as well as a milestone marking the beginning of NASA’s return to the Moon. Days before, Japanese billionaire, Yusaku Maezawa, revealed his 8-person crew to accompany him.
There is no secret that ‘times are hard’. Today is especially hard for early-stage pre-revenue technology ventures. The satellite communications sector has seen LEO constellations come into and out of viability as funding runs out. It should therefore be no surprise that one of their other ‘key enabling technologies’ Flat Panel Antenna (FPA) ventures are.
Consumer IoT has traditionally been one of the strongest growth opportunities for MSS IoT markets, with Iridium in particular seeing record growth through consumer products such as the Garmin InReach, which currently dominates this market. Globalstar likewise has a strong showing with its SPOT range of devices. However, a growing number of announcements in the.