Record Near-Term Investment Drives Long-Term Global Space Revenue Across Infrastructure, Satellite Communications Services and Applications Markets Cambridge, MA– January 26th, 2022- Newly released NSR Global Space Economy, 2nd Edition (NGSE2) projects strong revenue potential across all key segments, underpinned by record setting investment and both public and private sector demand for space products and services. .
NSR launched Version 2.0 of its industry leading Non-GEO Constellations Analysis Toolkit 2.0 (NCAT2), expanding its comprehensive analytical toolset benchmarking LEO and MEO constellations. As thousands of LEO and MEO satellites beam tens of Terabits per second, they transform not only the space sector, but the adjacent telecommunications industry, making it vital for strategic decision makers of.
New space-as-a-service (SaaS) business models have vastly expanded the market, offering more customers the benefits of space infrastructure without the burdens of satellite manufacturing, launch, regulations or other technical intricacies. SaaS offerings from companies including Spire Global, SSTL, Momentus and Loft Orbital Solutions — which participated in a Northern Sky Research panel for the virtual conference, aim.
In a day and age where every part of the enterprise and government services operations is moving to the era of digitalization, the appearance of software as a dominant driver of changes is making more sense every day. And with this dominance comes new business models that are making their way even into the space.
The relationship between space start-ups and government has been an integral cog in the development of multiple space verticals. Government undertakings with emerging startups offer investors potentially attractive returns and encourages them to follow suit with their own investments. NSR’s Emerging Space Investment Analysis, 3rd Edition report shows $36 billion was invested over the last.