Why are many satellite businesses not sustainable? What is the biggest problem in the smallsat industry? Why can hosted payloads become a solution for many space projects? Finally, how does Precious Payload help space companies reduce the time and costs of their journey to space?
This video helps anyone who is planning to start a space company to better understand the small satellite industry and define goals to market strategy:
At Precious Payload, we differentiate four main SmallSat customer groups:
1. Space enthusiasts
2. First-time builders
3. Working on their second or third mission
Enabling space entrepreneurship is the reason why Precious Payload exists. We are creating a set of modern, easy to use browser-based software tools that will walk future satellite SMEs through the toughest milestones and decisions on their journey to build space companies.
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Andrew Maximov, CEO and Co-Founder of Precious Payload, a software company that allows you to manage your space mission without leaving your office, shared a new video with a visionary outlook of the space industry growth in 5 years from now. He is drawing parallels