New NSR Report Sees Total Smallsat IoT Units Reaching 71% of Global Satcom M2M/IoT Units by 2030 Cambridge, MA – August 31, 2021 – NSR’s M2M and IoT via Satellite, 12th Edition (M2M12) report, published today, forecasts the dedicated IoT constellations market reaching $990 million in annual total retail revenues by 2030, reflecting ~44 %.
NSR quoted on Smallsat connectivity is increasingly in a starring role as the sector ramps up its operational footing amid an improving outlook for revenue and active engagement with markets.
These days, smallsats generate a lot of attention, from players raising millions of dollars, losing millions of dollars, or providing thousands of images to spy on Iranian oil smugglers. Among the attention and potential, it is fair to say that the overall picture of the emerging EO smallsat market is sending mixed signals. Smallsat operators,.
In recent years, satellite operators have busied themselves finding new ways to deliver cost-competitive connectivity in response to evolving consumer demand and price expectations. On the satellite design side, this encompasses new architectures, multiple forms of heightened risk taking, and adoption of low or no heritage technologies. SES is pushing this process even further with.
The traditional satcom industry can be argued to be entering its third transition phase, after the FSS video boom until 2010 and the HTS influenced pricing decline more recently. With languishing growth in 2018, alongside declining EBITDA margins and backlog, the operator industry remains uncertain on video, while debating on the merits of going fully.