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High Altitude Platforms - Global Strategic Business Report

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Satellite Remote Sensing - Global Strategic Business Report

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Global High-Altitude Platform Station Systems

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High Altitude Platform Stations (HAPS) are a type of wireless telecommunications technology that operates at high altitudes, typically between 18 and 30 kilometers above the Earth's surface. HAPS systems are designed to provide coverage to large geographic areas, and can be used for a variety of applications, including cellular and broadband communications, surveillance, and navigation. HAPS systems are typically powered by solar energy, and can remain in the air for extended periods of time. HAPS systems offer a number of advantages over traditional terrestrial wireless networks, including increased coverage area, improved signal quality, and reduced latency. Additionally, HAPS systems can be deployed quickly and cost-effectively, making them attractive for a variety of applications. Several companies are active in the HAPS market, including Airbus, Thales, and Google Loon. Airbus offers the Zephyr HAPS system, which is designed for long-duration missions and can remain in the air for up to three months. Thales offers the Stratobus HAPS system, which is designed for short-duration missions and can remain in the air for up to two weeks. Google Loon offers a HAPS system that is designed to provide internet access to remote areas. Show Less Read more