Satellite communications capacity pricing has been declining gradually since Q1 2020, and some analysts think a pricing plunge is due. “[W]e’re seeing market conditions similar to the period 2015-2019,” Joseph Ibeh, analyst at Northern Sky Research (NSR), told Connectivity Business News. Capacity price declines during 2016-2018 ranged from 32%-57% across various applications and regions, according.
“Everything happens somewhere” has long served as an epithet in the geospatial industry, from the brand reposition of a 275-year-old mapping agency to the regular campaigns of international geospatial events. The downstream satellite big data industry has often prided itself on the ubiquity and importance of location data, a USP for large scale geo-intelligence, in.
Date: Wednesday, May 13, 2020
Time: 10AM EDT
Pricing has been a soft spot for the satcom industry over the past 4 years, as OTT pressure on video and data segment competition intensified. Changing metrics have sent operators looking to optimize revenue per MHz, in turn driving manufacturing innovation.