Commercial Space Products and Services
The microgravity conditions of the International Space Station (ISS) offer a profound opportunity to make discoveries in regenerative medicine that would not be possible on Earth. Scientists floating more than 200 miles above the ground are experimenting with ways cells grow and change, studying. . .
As the exponential growth of commercial space looms, this is a good time to survey several critical aspects of intellectual property (IP) as an enabler of innovation in commercial space. This article begins with a review of the vital role of. . .
At the end of 2020, more communications satellites orbited the Earth than all communications satellites deployed during the previous 10 years. Operators deployed more than. . .
Share price performance of our core satellite and space index, which includes 27 publicly traded space companies, was up . . .
The late Dr. Clarke, popularly known for authoring the cinematic space classic, “2001: A Space Odyssey,” was known for his technical prowess (he conceived the geostationary satellite) but also for his compelling optimistic vision for space development. . .
People and businesses continued to harness space technology and services in 2017, sometimes in surprising ways. New companies are using space-acquired data in new ways, aided in no small part by the ubiquity of the smartphone. Blind people can download. . .
The Commercial Space Products and Services section captures the sale of products and services enabled by space asset . . .
The commercial remote sensing industry was estimated at $3.35 billion in 2017, up from $3.09 billion in 2016.
Positioning, navigation, and timing services are provided by government-owned GNSS satellite constellations at no cost to users…
Communications satellite services allow two-way data, voice, and video connections. In 2017, revenues in this sector were estimated at $23.20 billion, up slightly from . . .