As we (thankfully) close the books on 2020 and look forward to a hopeful restart in 2021, NSR was asked to provide their top predictions for the space industry in 2021. The prognostications below cut across all segments of the industry, but all have one theme in common…
Constellations of satellites equipped with optical technology, radar or radio frequency monitoring are expected to grow to more than 1,000 in orbit, said NSR.
It’s that time of year again. Autumn leaves, and children in costume, candy and ghosts around every corner. In our business, many days feel like Halloween, in a way. Companies emerge from stealth mode, try on different business cases, and venture forth seeking market validation. Market trends come and go, but the most popular, the.
In theory, radar imagery for Earth Observation is far superior to optical. With imagery capable of capturing scenes at night and penetrating clouds, SAR overcomes many challenges inherent to imaging the Earth with passive optical sensors. It would seem that investors are banking on these capabilities for increased coverage and insights from SAR imagery given.