Planet captured this image in 2017 of San Francisco, where the company moved Nov. 26 to a new 2,500 square meter headquarters with six times the manufacturing space as its previous facility and room to build 40 Dove cubesats per week. Credit: Planet
“The real opportunity is to deliver insight in a way that helps anyone make a better decision,” said Robbie Schingler, Planet co-founder and chief strategy officer, shown above speaking at GEOINT 2017 in San Antonio, Texas. “That’s when we will evolve this smaller industry, which is about a $5 billion addressable market, to be part of the business-to-business information services economy, a $100 billion, $200 billion industry. That’s what we’re focused on.” Credit: @GEOINTSYMPOSIUM via Twitter
North America is expected to generate 40 percent of satellite machine-to-machine (M2M) and Internet of Things (IoT) revenue by 2027. *Includes both GEO-based and smallsat constellations. Credit: NSR
A Space Force without the complementary effort of diplomacy and confidence building would be a recipe for incalculable escalation of unnecessary tension between states. Credit: SpaceNews illustration
Bridenstine NASA CLPS
CETel operates a 30-antenna teleport near Bonn and Cologne, Germany. Credit: CETel
Just because Russia and China are building ASAT weapons does not mean ASAT weapons should be the cornerstone of America's response. Credit: iStock photo illustration
A U.S. soldier sets up an antenna in order to transmit a situational report to his higher command during a patrol with Turkish military forces along the demarcation line outside Manbij, Syria, in July.  Credit: U.S. Army photo by Staff Sgt. Timothy R. Koster
Paul Graziani, Analytial Graphics Inc. CEO and co-founder. Credit: AGI
For the Chinese military, space is not about space at all. It is about information — how to ensure the [People’s Liberation Army] gets it, as well as how to ensure that an adversary does not. Credit: Kremlin.Ru photo
When President Trump announced plans for a Space Force, it triggered a legal debate on the justification for such a force. Credit: NASA/Bill Ingalls
The Spacety team. Credit: Spacety
Elon Musk speaks at the ISS Research and Development Conference in Washington July 19. Credit: SpaceNews/Jeff Foust
“No one has a higher vested interest in keeping their orbits clean than large constellations.” Ted Muelhaupt, The Aerospace
Corporation. Credit: iStock illustration
Burloak Technologies purchased the EBAM 110, one of the world's largest additive manufacturing systems, in October. Credit: Sciaky
SSL flew its first printed aluminum parts in September with the launch of Telesat’s Telstar 18 Vantage communications satellite. Credit: SSL

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