Near-term launch delays in Satellite Communications Markets met with Significant Increases in Nearly All Other Segments Cambridge, MA August 17, 2022 – NSR’s newly released Space Traffic Study, 2nd Edition report finds that commercialization of more segments of the space value-chain is driving a rapid increase in traffic volumes. Although markets such as Earth Observation.
Everyone loves a good selfie. Especially from unique and exotic locations. Even Robots are getting ‘in on the fun’ most recently with NASA’s James Web Space Telescope sending back its own version of a ‘selfie’ – “strictly for engineering and alignment purposes” naturally. As Space Tourism continues to increase, the amount of data traffic ‘strictly.
As Satellite & Space Analysts there are few truths in our market: Schedules almost always slip to the right; and the volume of data always increases. While others at NSR frequently comment around schedule (see… nearly anything we publish), the second ‘fact’ requires further explanation. It is no doubt true that the amount of “data”.
NSR’s Newest offering Satellite Traffic Study – “How Much Data Over Satellite” (STS) is THE industry resource for assessment of the data traffic levels being generated across the sector through the decade. Providing essential insights on the volume of data ‘beamed back’ to earth the report answers: “How many PB?”
The Space Traffic Study from satellite and space sector research firm NSR finds that the amount of data to/from space will reach more than 500 exabytes of information from 2020 to 2030. Driven by the increasing needs for satellite-based connectivity and earth observation, data either generated in space or traveling through space will be roughly the equivalent.