More importantly, as the march towards mandatory Greenhouse Gas (GHG) emission reporting continues across the world, how should space sector players consider their own roles or market opportunities?
So back to our original question, why are stakeholders in the GEO camp in Asia welcoming the upcoming mess and chaos?
Environment, Social and Governance (ESG) applications are a major driver for Earth Observation (EO) markets, but the overarching question on demand for non-imagery sources in the long-term, and the size of the opportunity is still front and center.
Cybersecurity in the satellite & space industry has become a popular topic of discussion since the attack on ViaSat earlier this year. But cyber experts have been raising concerns about cyber threats on critical infrastructure for years, such as power grids, petrochemical plants, nuclear reactors, water systems, and satellites, to name a few. Large scale.
Shifting to Downstream Use Cases Yields $12Billion + in Annual Revenues by 2031 Cambridge, MA- September 13, 2002– NSR’s newly released Satellite-Based Earth Observation, 14th Edition (EO14) finds the downstream shift across Customer Verticals, Government/Military (Gov/Mil) demand, and a fast-evolving Ground Segment all driving a $92 Billion cumulative market opportunity through decade. Positioned to generate $12Billion + in annual.