The exponential surge in space exploration over the last decade has been nothing short of a spectacle. Deploying advanced space technologies in crucial situations like weather forecasting, remote sensing, satellite television, and so on has made operations much more effective and efficient, companies are now proactively looking to leverage all the groundbreaking technologies to venture into the space and solve some of the world’s most pressing problems.
On that note, the space tech solutions market is expected to value at nearly USD 558 billion by 2026, growing at a CAGR of 5.6 percent over the forecast period. The market growth can be mainly attributed to the increasing private investment in the industry, that has prompted tech-companies to make the most of the evolving market scenario and develop smart propulsion, space robotics, and space traffic management solutions—all of which are easing movement, operations, and communications between earth and space.
Staying ahead of these industry developments, the latest edition of Aerospace and Defense Review brings forth the most influential developments in the space tech solutions space that are encouraging space exploration for improving our day to day lives, strengthening national security, and protecting the planet and the environment.
It features thought leadership articles from Seward, Head of Strategy – Space, BAE Systems who talks about developing new smallsized components to develop smaller launch vehicles for releasing low earth orbiting systems into space. It also contains commentaries from Bruno Cervia, VP R&D, Deputy CEO, Pilatus Aircraft Ltd who speaks about the inclusion of automation and 3D printing technologies in devising more advanced and precise space tech solutions.
In addition to these critical insights from industry experts, the edition presents the most promising space tech solutions from the top companies on the rise, including Pythom, a company manufacturing futuristic space propulsion systems, landers, launchers and other proprietary space solutions that are setting new benchmarks for human interplanetary travel. We hope this edition will help you find the right space tech solution providers that will empower you to take space exploration to the next level.
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