Space Investing in the Ultimate Frontier

Products like high-capacity antennae, ground stations, and low-orbit satellites (LEO) are replacing old age methods of communication.

Fremont, CA :  Space technology is expanding rapidly, and technologies such as 5G, advanced satellite systems, 3D printing, big data, and quantum technology are playing a central role in bringing revolution in activities for space operations. Performing sophisticated space engineering is important since various services like weather forecasting, remote sensing, satellite vision, and long-distance networking rely on space infrastructure.

Small and miniaturized satellites have become indiscernibly mainstream in recent times. Space tech firms are developing small satellites to facilitate scientists to carry-out research and missions that large satellites struggle with. Also, conventionally space interaction relies greatly on transmitters and receivers. But, products like high-capacity antennae, ground stations, and low-orbit satellites (LEO) are replacing such old age methods of communication. Furthermore, many LEO satellites and multi-satellite constellations are gathering huge amounts of data such as communication information, imaging content, and even spy data.

Because of the crucial aspects of space data, space tech firms are compelled to process, treat, analyse, and govern data in an accurate way. For this they are applying disruptive technologies such as artificial intelligence (AI), blockchain, and big-data to the critical aspects of space activities. For example, using data solutions for precision tracking and monitoring of satellites with the help of orbital products and phased-array radars. As we know that rockets are expensive, beginning with its raw materials to the paints used, everything is costly. Lamentably, despite disbursing millions on a rocket, it can only be used once. This has been the biggest handicap for space companies. But ever since commercial firms were approved to try their hand at innovation in space tech, the landscape has changed.

Today, some frontrunning space tech firms are unraveling reclaimable rockets that save costs and toil. For instance, the launch of two-stage rockets designed for payload delivery and manned flight. The future of space technology will continue to foster development and growth that will further add to the story of human exploration, technology, and science.

 

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