China's first high-throughput satellite with a capacity of over 100 Gbps, Zhongxing 26, will soon be launched, marking the start of a new era of satellite Internet application services in China. In the future, China's Starlink
system will have a network of 12,992 low-orbit satellites, forming China's version of a space-based surveillance network, the Communications network, according to the satellite plan China provided to ITU. According to industry chain sources, the Chinese version of Starlink will be launched gradually in the first half of 2010.
Satellite Internet refers to the Internet and service of satellite network as the access network. It is the product of the combination of satellite communication technology and Internet technology, platform, application and business model. "Satellite Internet" is not only a change in access means, nor is it just a simple copy of terrestrial Internet business, but a new ability, new ideas and new models, and will constantly give birth to new industrial forms, business forms and business models.
At present, as China's low-orbit broadband communication satellites will begin to carry out intensive launch period, satellite "TongDaoyao" is expected to break out one by one. China Capital Securities pointed out that the market size of satellite navigation and location services in China reached 469 billion yuan in 2021, with an annual compound growth rate of 16.78 percent from 2017 to 2021. With the continuous development of smart cities, the demand for high-precision satellite navigation and positioning services is increasing. The market size of China's satellite navigation and positioning services is expected to exceed one trillion yuan by 2026, with a compound annual growth rate of 16.69% from 2022 to 2026.
Post time: Feb-08-2023