NSR Webinars, White Papers, & Surveys

June 24, 2015

Aeronautical Satcom Market: Has In-Flight Connectivity Left the Gate?

With more airlines offering Wi-Fi on-board their planes each year, the past mishaps of in-flight connectivity (IFC) via satellite seem like a bad dream. Today, it represents a key growth market for the industry, and the future holds much more demand than ever for satellite capacity given the swift changes in take-up rates driven by.

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May 13, 2015

LEO-HTS Constellations Resurrected: Will They or Won’t They?

From Megabits of FSS to Gigabits of HTS, the satellite industry is at the cusp of Terabits of LEO-HTS supply. However, from ground equipment, to spectrum, to go-to-market strategies being potential “Red Flags”, how does an industry brace itself for the possible resurrection of LEO constellations – this time with a broadband data focus? In.

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April 1, 2015

Government & Military Satcom: Can Commercial Satellites Still Compete?

Today’s global context is stretching government & military satellite communications. From pockets of instability to geopolitical crises through to the rapid response required in natural disaster management, the requirements for gov/military connectivity continue on a rapid rise upwards. However, with budgets still strained around the world, will users primarily turn to military/government-owned OR commercial satellites.

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February 10, 2015

M2M/IoT via Satellite: Big Opportunities from Big Data?

Big Data promises to revolutionize the way business is conducted… but can it also revolutionize the M2M and IoT via Satellite sector? This NSR webinar analyses the market opportunities for Big Data in M2M communications, explained how this differs from traditional M2M applications, and considered what benefits can be derived from this demand for satellite.

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December 2, 2014

Satellite Manufacturing and Launching: The Dawn of a New Era

We have liftoff! After many years spent developing its rocket, SpaceX launched its first GEO satellites and proved its upgraded Falcon 9 v1.1 with three launches within a few months. At the same time, other challengers such as United Launch Alliance are re-entering the commercial market. This is no surprise for incumbents such as Arianespace,.

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