Space Tourism is one of the most ambitious and exciting opportunities in the satellite and space sector. However, it is also one of the most challenging. For over two decades, numerous commercial entities have been developing the infrastructure, technology, and policy, which would enable space travel and tourism, yet there remains no commercial opportunity today.
The satellite industry is in the midst of the largest transformation since the inception of satellite communications over five decades ago. In this new era that can be referred to as “the 21st-century Space Race”, innovations in space technology have converged to pave the way for a truly disrupt-able environment.
Leveraging the power of cloud computing and Big Data, data analytics is expected to add value across a range of applications. Will the drive for digitization spanning these market verticals suffice to meet industry expectations of customer demand?
Cloud computing lies at the convergence of multiple technological developments of recent years, as an enabling technology that spans across the satellite value chain. A core component of the satellite big data analytics paradigm, cloud computing is essential in deriving valuable business insights relevant to multiple stakeholders in the industry from the large variety of.
In today’s world, businesses are built on how quickly they can turn data into their next competitive advantage. From leveraging space-based Earth Observation data to predicting retail sales to predictive engine analytics from embedded sensor data to combining advanced imaging and position location data to reduce fertilizer usage in precision agriculture – there is no.