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NSR’s High Altitude Platforms, 3rd Edition (HAPs3) report provides comprehensive analysis and forecasts for the global HAPs market, including ongoing projects, platforms, applications and growth prospects across all regions and platform types. The report is built on research into the many plans and proposals laid out by both space-based and non-space actors looking to enter the telecommunications, remote sensing and launch HAPs markets such as airships, stratospheric balloons, and pseudo-satellites.
The unique value proposition of HAPs is discussed, as compared to satellites and Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS). Key factors enabling recent interest in HAPs is covered in this report, leveraging NSR’s extensive experience in evaluating the HAPs, satellite and UAS markets, whether for communications, remote sensing or other applications.
NSR’s HAPs3 report forecasts HAPs in-service/manufactured unit growth and revenue opportunities across three platform types and five world regions. This report also provides a discussion into the major applications suitable for HAPs, and insight into the state of these markets, in addition to a cursory look at investments and recent industry updates involving major HAPs players. This report also leverages NSR’s leading research into the Satcom and Earth Observation markets.
The Bottom Line: How does NSR see the market for High Altitude Platforms evolving over the next ten years?
NSR’s High Altitude Platforms, 3rd Edition report presents a detailed study of this emerging sector, to help readers assess the various market components and includes the following elements:
NSR’s High Altitude Platforms, 3rd Edition forecasts the revenue opportunity, dividing the market into 3 platform types, across multiple world regions.
JP Aerospace, Tao Group, Thales Alenia Space, Avealto, TIFR, JAXA, Loon, Alphabet, Facebook, Hispasat, LEO Aerospace, Airbus, AeroVironment, Softbank, Ordnance Survey, Raven Industries, U.S. DoD, HAPsMobile, NASA, ESA, CNES, Zero2Infinity, WorldView Enterprises, Aurora Flight Sciences, Stofiel Aerospace, B2Space, SpaceX, Blue Origin, Virgin Galactic, Telkom Kenya, Space Data, Airstar Aerospace, CNIM Group, Telesat, Telefonica, AT&T, T-Mobile, AVIC, CASIC, AlphaLink Space, and KuangChi Science.
Appendix: Report Methodology