We have liftoff! After many years spent developing its rocket, SpaceX launched its first GEO satellites and proved its upgraded Falcon 9 v1.1 with three launches within a few months. At the same time, other challengers such as United Launch Alliance are re-entering the commercial market. This is no surprise for incumbents such as Arianespace,.
NSR’s ongoing coverage of the energy market moves beyond deep-water, and explores some of the easy to overlook trends in the onshore sector, the mining industry, and electrical utilities. From pipelines to smart grids, mining and onshore O&G, opportunities exist across the energy vertical in all corners of the world – more than just deeper.
NSR’s longest-running coverage of wireless backhaul via satellite reveals a market filled with potential but faced with increasing internal and external competition. Within the satellite industry, new HTS capacity from the likes of Intelsat EPIC and others stands to change the cost equation for mobile operators and truly enable data-rich mobile services. Given the HTS.
Join NSR as it navigates through the shale-gas boom, the move to deeper waters, smarter grids, and mining automation. With NSR projecting over 460,000 In-service Units and $2.2 Billion in retail revenues by 2022, the Energy market continues to provide solid growth for the satellite communications industry. While Oil & Gas generates the most revenues,.
In an environment of fiscal uncertainty and cutbacks, shifting geopolitical dynamics clearly affect any long range analysis of the government/military satcom market. Troop pullouts in the Middle East, budget reductions, conflicts and concerns in North Africa and Asia, new military satellites and the growth in the use of UAVs all serve to create a complex.