As the space industry embarks on perhaps its most transformational year yet, we at NSR thought it would be a great time to make bold predictions on the year ahead. The predictions provided herein range across the satellite & space market, but one trend is clear: never before has such change been thrust upon the.
Interest in space is exploding, with the industry seeing growth and opportunities that weren’t just dormant, they simply didn’t exist 5-10 years ago. Over the next decade, according to NSR’s Global Space Economy, 2nd Edition, cumulative revenue is expected to hit USD $1.25T. Video, the use-case that built most of the satellite industry and continues.
The global chip crisis has significantly impacted a variety of industries, and Satcom is obviously not immune to this widespread components shortage. All Satellite equipment manufacturers (be it Ground or Space segments) are encountering challenges meeting growing demand in the current COVID-19 climate. Taking Ground Segment as an illustration, NSR detected a good recovery in.
Significant Upcoming Satellite Capacity Supply Drives Double – Digit ‘Return to Growth’ in the Satellite Ground Segment Cambridge, MA – December 14th, 2021- NSR’s newly released Global Satellite Ground Segment, 6th Edition report, finds strong post COVID-19 return to growth for the Ground Segment, illuminating a massive increase in upcoming satellite capacity supply. With a.
Non-GEOs continue to make noise, and for the right reasons. With SpaceX launching hundreds of satellites and revealing more info on their user antennas (with Musk admitting that the biggest challenge is cost of user terminals) to OneWeb restarting their production and awaiting a 36-satellite December launch, to Telesat forming a new public company post.