Satnews Daily
November 20th, 2013

NSR (Northern Sky Research)—Land Mobile + Handheld Satellite Markets Scrutinized (Analysis | Report)

[SatNews] NSR’s Land Mobile & Handheld Satellite Markets (LM&H) report offers the industry’s most comprehensive analysis of this vital and evolving satellite communications market.

NSR’s LM&H study analyzes key elements for satellite-based platforms in terms of evolving form factors, data requirements, emerging opportunities as well as target markets in the enterprise, government and consumer markets. Market forecasts and trends are outlined in nine distinct segments, enabling service providers to identify opportunities that could shift and form factors that could evolve in terms of more effectively targeting end user requirements and preferences over the long term.

NSR continually updates and expands coverage within the LM&H study. In this standalone market report, NSR outlines the Push-to-Talk market opportunity, the growing popularity of the SatSleeve and likely incarnations of the product from Thuraya’s competitors, the explosive uptake of Consumer-oriented Devices, and the emergence of Data-centric equipment for all types of end users. Also added are distinct segmentations for COTM and COTP platforms. Key questions addressed in the Land Mobile & Handheld Satellite Markets report include:

  • What are the emerging solutions, and what is their future growth potential?
  • Which end user segments will drive usage over time?
  • Will new form factors cannibalize or slow the growth potential of current or traditional offerings?
  • Are new form factors game-changing in terms of the revenue picture for the industry?
  • How is the form factor driving end user uptake?

Land Mobile & Handheld Satellite Markets provides its readers:

  • An assessment of end user requirements in terms of throughput and application needs
  • The impact of new products and services on current or traditional platforms
  • Insights into current and emerging form factors that may quickly change the land mobile via satellite landscape