PARIS — Small satellite builder GomSpace reported higher-than-expected revenue for the six months ending June 30 but flat gross profit margins and a wider operating loss as it continued its investment in headcount, plant and equipment to reach its satellite-per-day production goal.
As is the case with its Swedish-Scottish rival, AAC Clyde Space, GomSpace is positioning itself to offer satellite components, full satellite systems and constellation operations, a “satellite as a service” model that relies on the growth of smallsat constellations.
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