More than just “NewSpace”, Satellite & Space Applications covers everything from M2M/IoT via Satellite opportunities, to more traditional Earth Observation markets. In both near-space and in-space, the segment provides an entire overview of the major market opportunities in this rapidly changing segment of the satellite market.
NSR’s Satellite Constellations: A Critical Assessment, 2nd Edition is the industry’s leading resource for evaluating viability of emerging satellite constellations.more details
NSR’s Emerging Space Markets Analysis, 2nd Edition (ESMA2) is a critical report providing facts and figures underlying investment and activity on the Emerging Space economy, building on NSR’s unique perspective, global coverage and critical market analysis.more details
NSR’s UAS Satcom and Imaging Markets, 5th Edition explores the global market for UAS opportunities across all critical applications.more details
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