Shifting to Downstream Use Cases Yields $12Billion + in Annual Revenues by 2031 Cambridge, MA- September 13, 2002– NSR’s newly released Satellite-Based Earth Observation, 14th Edition (EO14) finds the downstream shift across Customer Verticals, Government/Military (Gov/Mil) demand, and a fast-evolving Ground Segment all driving a $92 Billion cumulative market opportunity through decade. Positioned to generate $12Billion + in annual.
While demand for satellite-enabled wildfire services is growing among government customers, Northern Sky Research senior analyst Prachi Kawade says it will “remain a very small portion” of the broader market. Kawade says it mostly forms a small part of what it classifies as the “non-imagery” segment of the Earth observation industry. This segment includes capabilities.
The increasing reliance on data for decision-making and the rising number of exploration missions, and EO constellations with high resolution sensors with increased revisit frequencies is growing data generated onboard satellite exponentially. However, the bottleneck on the ground to handle data poses a challenge to obtain low latency actionable insights for critical decision making. Thus,.
Obtaining data from space remains a massive bottleneck yet to be resolved. The increasing resolution of space-based sensors, data collected at higher revisit rates and the lack of onboard memory or relay systems for massive amounts of information from scientific missions all contribute to the current downlink bottleneck experienced by many operators and scientists. Due.
Impending Wave of LEO, MEO, and GEO-HTS Satcom and Data Services set to Significantly Boost Long- Term Cloud Adoption Cambridge, MA– April 27, 2022- NSR’s newly released Cloud Computing via Satellite, 3rd Edition sees Cloud Service Delivery via Satellite positioned to generate $32 Billion, with 240+ Exabytes of Traffic, by 2031. The impending wave of LEO,.