Yahoo Finance: NSR: Land Mobile Satellite Market Moving to Broadband and $1.2 Billion Revenue Potential

In its 10th year, NSR’s landmark Land Mobile via Satellite (LMvS10) report finds a significant revenue migration underway from narrowband to broadband applications. Though currently dominated by narrowband services, connected vehicles and High Throughput Satellite (HTS) Comms on the Pause (COTP) services are positioned as the fastest growing satellite land mobile sector markets through the decade.

NSR: Land Mobile Satellite Market Moving to Broadband and $1.2 Billion Revenue Potential

Connected Vehicles and HTS Comms on the Pause Services Positioned as Fastest-Growing Satellite Land Mobile Markets Cambridge, MA – May 5, 2022- In its 10th year, NSR’s landmark Land Mobile via Satellite (LMvS10) report finds a significant revenue migration underway from narrowband to broadband applications. Though currently dominated by narrowband services, connected vehicles and High Throughput Satellite.

Blurred Lines of Land-Mobile

While maritime and aero are key satellite markets due to clear remoteness, land mobile and M2M/IoT markets have always had to face competitive pressures from terrestrial networks. However, a new generation of networks which use similar technologies to terrestrial networks will be coming online in the coming years, promising unified connectivity on the same chipset..

What’s Next for Narrowband Land Mobile?

Overall, enterprise land mobile has been seeing steady growth; however, for some time there hasn’t been any major changes to the dynamic. Instead, some of the more notable growth opportunities come from the consumer market, and potentially from connected vehicles as well. With other markets experiencing higher growth opportunities due to higher bandwidth data usage,.

Connected Car – Passenger Vehicles Yay or Nay?

NSR has heard the hype for years of the connected car, with dreams of every vehicle having a satellite dish on its roof. Elon Musk recently stated that Starlink will be connected to aircraft, ships, large tracks, and RVs – specifically excluding connected cars such as Teslas. Other companies by comparison, are planning to go.