As the U.S. Congress continues to move forward towards the next version of U.S. Defense spending, on the top of lawmakers minds are how exactly Gov & Mil end-users such as the U.S. DoD will engage and leverage commercial investments in Non-GEO HTS networks. The debate seems to be ‘over’ around if DoD will use.
Troop Drawdown in Middle East Just One Factor Influencing Market Outlook Cambridge, MA November 10th, 2021 – NSR’s newly released Government and Military Satellite Communications, 18th Edition report finds that despite COVID-19, troop drawdowns in the Middle East and ongoing pricing compression, demand for connectivity will continue to grow in the long term. At over.
There is no doubt that Government & Military customers are a significant consumer of space-based assets. For both the Infrastructure (manufacturing and launch) and commercial connectivity, Gov/Mil markets are some of the largest and most concentrated around. While complex in terms of engagement, or ‘exact agency/organization/administration’, these customers are one of the key pillars of.
Following on the footsteps of Skynet-6A reaching Preliminary Design Review (PDR), a critical step towards its eventual launch in 2025, the Gov & Mil SATCOM sector is entering into the next-phase of sovereign military SATCOM systems. Built in the age of cyber-awareness, the proliferation of lower-cost RF jamming technology, and the ongoing requirements to move.
Now, as the industry rolls the dice on Non-GEO HTS constellations, FPA manufacturers with a government focus maybe hitting the jackpot…