The Global Satellite M2M and IoT Network Market is expected to reach a multimillion-dollar valuation by 2030, with an unexpected compound annual growth rate (CAGR) during the forecast period of 2023-2030. The market research report provides key statistics on the state of the industry and offers valuable insights for companies and individuals interested in this market.
The report analyzes the current market situation and trends by type, including L-Band, Ku-Band, Ka-Band, and others. It also evaluates competitors by application, such as transportation and logistics, government and military, aviation, natural resources, heavy industries, and others. These insights enable businesses to make informed decisions and develop effective growth strategies.
The largest manufacturers in the Global Satellite M2M and IoT Network Market worldwide include Gomspace A/S, Intelsat, Eutelsat S.A., Sky and Space Global Ltd., ORBCOMM Inc., Vodafone Limited, Astrocast SA, Iridium Communications Inc., The Boeing Company, Space Exploration Technologies Corp. (SpaceX), Space Systems/Loral, LLC, SatixFy Israel Ltd., KORE Wireless Group, Inc., Al Yah Satellite Communication Company PJSC (Yahsat), hiSky Ltd., Inmarsat plc., Hispasat, S.A., Thales Group, OHB SE, Ligado Networks, Thuraya Telecommunications Company, Globalstar, Inc., Helios Wire Corporation, and Airbus S.A.S.
The Satellite M2M and IoT Network market revenue was million USD in 2017, grew to million USD in 2023, and is projected to reach million USD in 2030, with a CAGR percentage during 2023-2030. The report also analyzes the impact of COVID-19 on the global Satellite M2M and IoT Network market from both global and regional perspectives.
In conclusion, the Satellite M2M and IoT Network market research report provides comprehensive insights into the current and future state of the market. It includes a detailed analysis of market objectives, competitive analysis, and regional trends. Companies can use this information to make informed decisions and navigate through the impact of COVID-19.