Every quarter, Access Partnership’s Space & Spectrum Policy (SSP) team publishes a report offering insights into key verticals of the Space Economy. From technical innovations to policy concerns, our analysts assess the latest trends in the sector to keep readers informed of the latest developments and their implications.
In this edition of SSP Quarterly, Declan Dundas compares the top-down and bottom-up governance models of space sustainability, assessing the strengths and weaknesses of each and the importance of collaboration across stakeholders in an increasingly congested market. Turning to Earth Observation (EO), Ruvimbo Samanga outlines the rise of industry partnerships and how they demonstrate the need for EO governance.
Ethan Mudavanhu focuses on the rise of navigation satellites in space-based insurance and how this trend is impacting the insurance landscape, necessitating more comprehensive, adaptable services. Finally, Daniel Batty spotlights the renewed interest in the Moon from various countries and the implications for the lunar economy from a policy and regulatory perspective.
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