Publicly Traded SpaceTech Companies Completely Profiled for the First Time in Landmark Analysis
SpaceTech Analytics, a new spin-off of Deep Knowledge Group’s flagship subsidiary, Deep Knowledge Analytics, announces the release of an open-access 40-page special analytical case study, “Publicly Traded Companies in SpaceTech Industry 2021 / Q2,” designed to provide tangible insights and trends on companies and investors.
The release delivers information about major industry trends and sector insights on 350+ SpaceTech publicly traded companies and 700 investors. This is a part of an inaugural 165-page case study ‘SpaceTech Industry Landscape Overview’, dedicated to providing information about other segments of the space industry. It has a special analytical case study, interactive mindmaps, and associated IT-Platform, which distil the major trends and key insights of the project for easy consumption by strategic decision makers.
The report characterizes the publicly traded companies from the space industry by a variety of financial factors. These public companies became the most discussed: Virgin Galactic (SPCE), Boeing (BA) and others [incl. NOC; IRDM; LMT; AJRD]
Some of the analysis’s takeaways include the following:
- The growing number of IPOs in the SpaceTech industry shows a high level of interest among investors in this sector.
- The space industry will grow by $10 trillion in the next decade.
- With a total of $28B received investments, American companies are winning sixfold in terms of SpaceTech investments.
The company will also be releasing an analytically sophisticated second edition of the report and dashboard later in 2021 which will incorporate big data analytics, machine learning, AI engine, and investment analytics technologies already developed and validated by SpaceTech Analytics’ parent company, Deep Knowledge Group.
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