Geospatial World: Can you tell us about the current transformation in the space sector? In terms of the major transformations in the sector, the first one is the number of satellites. Just next year, we should have over 400 satellites in orbit delivering an extensive variety of data. This comes together with major agreements, an increasing level of maturity of data platforms in the Cloud, and an increasing number of automated process to add layers and facilitate the development of services for public and private end users.
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Governments’ investment in space activities are increasing and shall reach $100 billion by the end of this decade.
Ground segment consolidates the assets being used on Earth to operate, send and collect information streams from satellite systems.
The New Space regroups all the disruptive concepts and organizations that aim at developing new space activities or at transforming existing space infrastructure and services.
The Space Industry as defined here includes all the companies involved in the development of space assets, and of solutions to access to space.
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Paris, Washington D.C., Montreal, Yokohama, Sydney, 18th of May 2022 – A nascent but growing set of on-orbit space services, to be articulated as a space logistic ecosystem from launch to satellites’ end of life, are being developed by more than 50 companies. According to Euroconsult’s 1st edition of Space Logistic Markets report, this diverse set of on-orbit services is expected to generate $4.4 billion by 2031.