“The Aero Satcom market was considered as one of the major opportunity verticals for satellite operators and service providers for scaling topline and improving profitability. But in the last 3-4 months, the Covid-19 global health crisis has changed everything, at least for the next 18 to 24 months…
Discussing how post Covid-19 Satcoms recover, “Market addressability in backhaul, digital divide, and broadband has increased exponentially, 3-10x times with new CAPEX efficiencies”.
“The transformation brought about by the adoption of Cloud Computing and Big Data Analytics is only beginning to impact the satellite sector,”.
Northern Sky Research (NSR), in its latest edition of its In-Orbit Servicing study forecasts that 533 satellites could be candidates for orbital servicing including life extension, relocation, de-orbiting, salvage and robotic involvement.
“Competition to grab market share has slowed considerably compared to 2017-18, as operators look to touch base with P&L fundamentals by tiering capacity. Maritime is witnessing a boost in demand, while Aero looks to post the highest growth in the segment, bringing much-needed stability to Satellite bandwidth prices, and a return to double-digit growth for.