The surging trend of Government/Military players gravitating towards cloud-based solutions screams volumes about the recognition of cloud computing’s prowess in handling massive amounts of data, enabling real-time decision-making, and boosting mission capabilities. The matchless scalability, flexibility, and real-time data processing resources make it an ideal fit for time-sensitive applications like mission-critical operations using situational awareness.
Obtaining data from space remains a massive bottleneck yet to be resolved. The increasing resolution of space-based sensors, data collected at higher revisit rates and the lack of onboard memory or relay systems for massive amounts of information from scientific missions all contribute to the current downlink bottleneck experienced by many operators and scientists. Due.
Impending Wave of LEO, MEO, and GEO-HTS Satcom and Data Services set to Significantly Boost Long- Term Cloud Adoption Cambridge, MA– April 27, 2022- NSR’s newly released Cloud Computing via Satellite, 3rd Edition sees Cloud Service Delivery via Satellite positioned to generate $32 Billion, with 240+ Exabytes of Traffic, by 2031. The impending wave of LEO,.
Satellite communications is by far the largest segment in terms of data traffic via satellite. Despite major developments in the Earth Observation industry in recent years, data traffic for point-to-point communications via the satellite bent pipe continues to grow rapidly. The cloud is expected to play an increasingly important role across several segments in the.
The Earth Observation industry is ascendant on multiple fronts, not the least of it being a growing number of satellites planned to launch over the coming decade. Sensor types are various, from very high resolution (VHR) optical and Synthetic Aperture Radar (SAR) to hyperspectral, radio occultation and others. In 2020, Larry Fink, CEO at BlackRock,.