DUBLIN--(BUSINESS WIRE)--The "Future of Enterprise Satellite Connectivity Services, Global, 2018" report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com's offering.
Small satellite-based connectivity services offered by new entrants are in the testing and evaluation phase. It will therefore be a challenge to deliver affordable connectivity solutions competing against the heritage of incumbent players who are also focusing on small satellites and high throughput based services.
Small satellite operators are aspiring for constellations in the low earth orbit, which means their requirements cover a large number of small satellites to be delivered within short time periods. The manufacturing domain is yet to adopt serial production completely to support this aspiration of the fast-growing segment of the space industry. The key to overcoming the challenges is to optimize and deploy low-rate serial production lines for manufacturing small-satellites and the launch hardware for the relevant launch vehicles.
Further, in order to achieve seamless connectivity using small satellite constellation, a global network of multi-beam ground station terminals is required, which is non-existent at present. However, multiple incumbents are investing aggressively in the downstream infrastructure. New entrants are also partnering with existing ground station service providers to offer global seamless connectivity solutions.
Key Topics Covered:
1. Executive Summary
2. Current Modes Of Service Delivery To Customers
3. Key Factors Impacting Satellite-Based Connectivity Services
4. Competitive Landscape And End-User Connectivity Requirements
5. Emergency Services
6. Oil & Gas Industry
7. Aviation Industry
9. Rail Transportation
10. Key Trends-Hts, Leo And Meo Constellation
11. New Products And Services Offered By Existing Participants
12. New Entrants And Their Value Proposition
13. Growth Opportunities And Companies To Action
14. Implications For The Industry
- Kepler Communications
- Sky and Space Global
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