Space Ventures Investors has over 10 years experience researching space companies, including start-ups, existing ventures, and equities.
Our staff have over 50 years experience working in investment banking, finance and consulting, and follow many industry standards.
Our research is split into several areas:
• Capital Raising: Strategies and networks.
• Thought Leaders: We active in the NewSpace Community.
• Price Discovery: We create models drawn from our own Surveys. Get involved!
• Market Makers: Building space products for new markets.
• Focussing on existing companies that have an established presence, e.g. satellite fleets in GEO.
• Researching upcoming opportunities, e.g. Launch and Manufacturing: small (reusable) launchers, 3D printing, new materials.
• Investing in expansions, e.g. constellations offering global real-time broadband, satellite servicing logistics services.
• The Strategic Space Value Chain has distinct verticals that SVI focus on.
• As this industry is capital intensive, it is crucial to find upside potential that addresses multiple subsectors at once.
• Focussing on EO for Urban and Agricultural markets, e.g. development, pollution monitoring, land use, soil moisture.
• Researching applying Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning to increasingly complex satellite imagery, and on-demand real-time Earth observation (finance forecast, transport optimization, smart farming).
• Funding of European Earth Observation start-ups that have services for an international market.
• Using EO for environmental monitoring and to compliment SDGs, see Space Supporting the Sustainable Development Goals.
• Separating Moon Mining / Lunar Resources from Asteroid Mining; they are two different risk categories.
• Researching existing space laws, plus resources supply and demand: What is of value and why.
• Focussing on the international companies and technology that form the space resources supply-chain.
• Establishing commercial rights for extracing space resources.
• Highly expensive operations but a space industrial revolution.
• To date Space Agency missions has shown what's possible.
• Early commercial ventures have scaled down their objectives.
• An evolving industry where the first clients will pay over $200k.
• Space Tourism has not yet taken off, so to say, yet it has high expectations.
• New developments could be game changers, e.g. frequent sub-orbital trips.
• Focussing on the evolving technology driving the solutions.
• Researching the risk of space debris (kinetic and economic) and mitigation measures (in-orbit removal and pre-launch legal processes)
• Funding start-ups that are developing space debris innovations such as mapping, situation awareness (SSA), and removal.
• We provide an overview of Space Funds; • Ventures Capital funds. • ETFs an emerging trends for space investors. • NFTs: Space Non-Fungible Tokens or Space Blockchain Assets will become mainstream.