High Altitude Long Endurance (Pseudo Satellite) Market outlook

Growing adoption from the military and telecommunication industry to expand High Altitude Long Endurance (Pseudo Satellite) Market through 2020-2026

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 HALE is an aircraft vehicle that can perform large-scale surveys of geographic areas with high accuracy and provide real-time information on military, defense, surveillance, and other civilian tasks. The High Altitude Pseudo-Satellite (HAPS) can be considered an extended version of HALE. HAPS is designed to operate at very high altitudes. Although installed at 30,000 feet above the Earth, HALE can reach up to 65,000 feet above the Earth's surface. In addition to the capability of directly replacing a satellite, HALE and HAPS can be modified several times for requirements, which is not at all possible with geosynchronous satellites, thereby driving the High Altitude Long Endurance (Pseudo Satellite) Market growth in the years to come.

Furthermore, in order to control the function of the geostationary satellite, the operator must, in this case, be aware of an energy source consisting mainly of fuel gas. These fuel gases also increase the cost of satellite maintenance. HALE and HAPS, on the other hand, operate on very low-cost solar energy and lithium-ion batteries compared to fuel gas. Therefore, aerospace and defense, military, surveillance, or communications applications have begun to adopt HALE and are now adopting HAPS to increase operational efficiency. Such cost-saving benefits offered by HALE and HAPS are projected to boost the High Altitude Long Endurance (Pseudo Satellite) Market outlook.

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HAPS is a potential alternative to traditional satellites, and once deployed, these aerial platforms typically travel to stratospheric altitudes ranging from 10 to 30 miles above sea level. Because HAPS is stationary, its effectiveness in providing services is limited, which might somewhat hinder the High Altitude Long Endurance (Pseudo Satellite) Market demand, but the low-cost benefits should subdue these negative effects in the upcoming future. Deploying satellites not only cost extreme, but also come with capacity and performance limitations. Replacing satellites with HAPS thus helps in efficiently delivering voice, video and broadband services at a much more economical price-to-performance margin than traditional geostationary satellites. Therefore, they are increasingly being adopted by telecommunications service providers to meet the demand for high-capacity wireless services, especially in remote areas where terrestrial-based network coverage is limited.

HAPS is more economical to manufacture and operate, but its effectiveness is limited by the durability of such platforms. For HAPS platforms, such as unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs), electric propulsion systems are integrated to increase platform durability. This will result in a significant investment in R & D to develop a powerful battery system and high charge density solar panels to make the HAPS platform more durable, further promoting adoption by telecom and emergency service provider end-users. Hence the ongoing technological advancements to reduce the operational challenges are presumed to stimulate the High Altitude Long Endurance (Pseudo Satellite) Market trends in the next few years.

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