NSR in the News

July 24, 2018

This ‘pseudo-satellite’ drone can fly 70000 feet up in the sky

Siddharth Shihora, an analyst at the Cambridge, Massachusetts-based space industry consulting firm Northern Sky Research, sees military customers as the main market for the pseudo-satellite Zephyr drone in the near future. Spy cameras aboard a high-flying drone can take much more detailed reconnaissance images of the ground than satellites in orbit.

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Talking Government SATCOM with NSR Analyst Brad Grady

Late last year, Northern Sky Research released the 14th edition of its Government and Military Satellite Communications report. This annual report is the longest-running on the government & military satellite communications market, providing a much-anticipated view of the drivers, regional trends, and capacity demands of the market through 2026. NSR Senior Analyst Brad Grady spoke with SatCom Frontier in.

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July 22, 2018

NSR Studies the Energy SATCOM Markets with New Report

As digitalization continues to move across the O&G sector, new sources and production capacity continues to come online. “Big Data” and real-time data are fundamentally transforming the how of Oil & Gas exploration & production — pushing more bi-directional transfer of information from well to HQ.  With all of this data information, VSAT Broadband connectivity.

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NSR’s Analysis Reveals that Airlines will Take IFC Controls

Despite the common notion that WiFi is free, there remain ‘havens’ where it is still a fee-based service. In-flight connectivity (IFC) is one such market, and recent news shows it will remain a paying service for many passengers as more airlines takes control over it. Directing connectivity and bandwidth services, with more freedom on setting.

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July 16, 2018

Will LEO-HTS Constellations Work for the Pacific?

PTC Article Written by NSR, Research Director, Jose Del Rosario   The Asia Pacific is home to the largest population in the globe and thus represents the largest addressable market for satellite services. The region is also as diverse geographically, ranging from countries as large as China and India that need ubiquitous networks, to small.

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