After the failures of low Earth orbit (LEO) projects at the end of the 1990s, big satellite constellation projects are back in the industry. The technological, competitive and market environment has changed however.
On paper, those projects look ambitious and alluring but what are their respective chances of success?
This insight proposes an overview of the new LEO constellation projects, the challenges they face and their market prospects. Last but not least, it also analyses their impact on the satellite industry.
This 3rd issue of our monthly DigiWorld Watch Service also includes a feedback on the latest Mobile World Congress key topics as well as a chronicle of the recent industry news.
Table of contents
Which place for LEO/MEO constellations in the satellite industry
1. The potential appeal of new LEO constellation projects
2. Market prospects for LEO constellations
3. Impact on the satellite industry
Focus: Feedback from the Mobile World Congress
Chronical for March 2017
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- Reference: M17603A
- Delivery: on the DigiWorld Interactive platform
- Languages available: English
- Tags: low Earth orbit, LEO, Medium Earth orbits, MEO, constellations, satellite, Mobile World Congress