• How will Disruptive Technologies Power the Global Satellite-enabled IoT Services Segment?
    Growth opportunities driven by innovation culture, resulting in increased IoT adoption and reduced downstream hardware costs

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    The study covers the global satellite-enabled Internet of Things (IoT) services market across the 14 sub-segments of governance, security, emergencies, automotive, maritime, aviation, mass transport, finance, hospitality, retail, oil and gas, utilities, environment, agriculture, industrial, healthcare, smart cities, and consumers. The study covers the regional- and application-level sizing of the market opportunity in terms of number of devices (sensors), number of terminals, and connectivity services revenue.

    The market landscape is expanding, with successful satellite launches and services being operational by new participants. The planned constellation size for IoT applications is between 2 and 600 satellites, including subsequent phases of the constellation. These constellations are driving down connectivity costs, thus lowering the cost of end-to-end solutions. The key applications that satellite operators are focusing on include maritime, agriculture, mass transport, governance, and aviation. Market drivers include the increased adoption of smart technologies, increased adoption of predictive analytics for predictive maintenance, low cost and miniaturization of sensors, long battery life, and adoption of dynamic and robust business models.


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