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Frost & Sullivan hold webinar on small sat opportunities

Posted 27 July 2016 · Add Comment

With small satellites creating new growth opportunities in the space industry, Frost & Sullivan's Aerospace, Defence and Security Team are holding an online briefing today at 3pm.



The free online webinar will consider less expensive solutions which will enable lower prices and trigger launch demand and will involve Arun Kumar Sampathkumar, Team Leader, Aerospace, Defence and Security at Frost & Sullivan.

The space industry is going through a transformational evolution. The industry whose products and services used to be affordable to large enterprises only is quickly evolving to include small businesses and everyday individuals as potential customers.

Arun Kumar Sampathkumar said: "The small-satellite technology has played a key role in re-establishing the ground rules of operation for space industry participants.

"The growth of the small-satellite market will be responsible for the birth of multiple space industry segments, while also imposing changes on the existing industry participants."

The future brings new opportunities and threats approaching the existing and incoming space industry participants. Small-satellite technologies will be a connecting key for most of Mega Trends in motion. This calls for an immediate look into the small-satellite side of the space industry to make an assessment of opportunities and threats for participants, so that they can be better prepared to confront the threats and capitalise on the opportunities.



To attend the webinar and to receive a copy of the presentation slides and link to the audio recording, kindly email
evgenia.oleynikova@frost.com your full contact details. For further information: www.frost.com

 

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