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COVID-19 continues to impact key maritime segments such as the Passenger market. Service Providers and Satellite Operators continue to ‘find their places’ in a shifting technology value-chain, and Non-GEO HTS launches continue to be the ‘most talked about’ future growth-shifter on the horizon. Overall, a shift towards HTS-based architecture is on the agenda across the value-chain and is providing significant shifts to ‘business as usual’ for everyone except end-users. For customers, more Mbps is their main concern. Digitalization efforts to enhance crew and business processes are their only agenda – all while managing costs in an increasingly challenging macroeconomic environment.
NSR’s Maritime SATCOM Markets, 9th Edition charts a complete picture on how these macro-economic factors influences the uptake of SATCOM services in the maritime sector. The report provides regional, end-user segment and capacity-type forecasts over the next ten years – covering the launch of emerging Non-GEO HTS offerings into the market.
As the passenger market continues to show signs of ‘recovery mode’, merchant maritime builds on the accelerated digitalization efforts over the past 18 months, offshore customers adjust to a continuously changing commodity price, and fishing/leisure markets look to take advantage of new lower cost connectivity options the market remains highly dynamic.
Charting a path to growth over the next 5 to 10 years, NSR’s Maritime SATCOM Markets, 9th Edition continues to provide optimism for the long-term health of this key mobility vertical.
Maritime Satcom Markets, 9th Edition provides forecasts on key parameters to help readers access the various markets for:
Players across the Value-chain Should Purchase this report, including:
Carnival Cruise Lines, Royal Caribbean Cruise Lines, GEE, Inmarsat, Intellian, Intelsat, Iridium, ITC Global, KVH, Marlink, RigNet, SES Networks, and SpeedCast.