The Big Impact of Big Data

Satellite big data services are undoubtedly a growing market. A digital transformation across customer verticals has translated into new business opportunities for satellite operators and service providers, driving adoption of cloud computing at different layers of the satellite big data supply chain. Additionally, a market for analytic solutions that simplifies raw geospatial data to consumable.

GlobeNewswire: Satellite Big Data Value Chain Sees Opportunity Driven by EO and M2M/IoT Applications

NSR’s newly released Big Data Analytics via Satellite, 5th Edition (BDvS5) report sees EO and M2M/IoT Satcom Big Data applications driving Big Data market revenues to over $22.1B through next decade. As value chain evolution ramps up opportunity across the Big Data Market, nascent markets rapidly adapting to new standards propel Big Data adoption across multiple regions. Primarily.

APSCC: NSR Report: Satellite Big Data Value Chain Sees Opportunity Driven by EO and M2M/IoT Applications

NSR’s newly released Big Data Analytics via Satellite, 5th Edition (BDvS5) report sees EO and M2M/IoT Satcom Big Data applications driving Big Data market revenues to over $22.1B through next decade. As value chain evolution ramps up opportunity across the Big Data Market, nascent markets rapidly adapting to new standards propel Big Data adoption across.

Faster Flow for Satellite Big Data Pipes

The global satellite big data industry has come a long way during the latest wave in the emerging space industry.  More than 180 EO companies have been founded over the last 20 years, with a majority of them being downstream software and platform providers. Close to $700 million has been invested in this analytics segment.

Satellite Big Data: An Evolving Ecosystem

The Satellite Big Data market is still in its infancy, with the landscape of players ever evolving. The COVID-19 pandemic threw geospatial applications into the spotlight this past year, when most of the world’s workforce went remote, and multiple industries looked towards digitizing their operations.