The launch coincided with a report from Northern Sky Research (NSR) forecasting that the overall geostationary and non-geostationary HTS satellite market could be worth $16.8 billion by 2031. These portions of the satellite business will maintain its leadership position through the decade, with Broadband Access, Mobility and Backhaul & Trunking segments driving majority growth.
Northern Sky Research (NSR) has cast its eye over a new scheme which brought together mega-satellite operator SpaceX along with cellular giant T-Mobile to deliver two-way connectivity between SpaceX and mobile users around the world. NSR, in a note to clients, said “this will be an innovative additional feature for the network, but also asks “how real.
Market research and consulting firm NSR’s newly released Space Traffic Study, 2nd Edition report finds that commercialisation of more segments of the space value-chain is driving a rapid increase in traffic volumes. Although markets such as Earth Observation or Space Tourism still only account for 5 per cent of the cumulative data volumes between 2021 and 2031,.
Northern Sky Research (NSR) says that some 33,000 satellites will be manufactured and launched over the next 10 years, primarily driven by non-geostationary constellations. NSR’s Global Satellite Manufacturing and Launch Markets, 12th Edition reports forecasts the global satellite manufacturing and launch market is positioned to generate $633 billion (€602.4bn) through the next decade. Primarily driven by non-GEO.
Northern Sky Research (NSR), in a comprehensive study, recognises the huge improvements made in vehicles which have become “smartphones on wheels” and with a number of points of potential connection now in regular use. But NSR thinks there could be much more, commenting: “One thing we have not seen very much of during these 20.