The two nanosatellites, which are backed by the UK Space Agency, are said to be capable of processing and cherry-picking data from other satellites in orbit before transmitting it to Earth.
Scotland could miss out on its original target of rolling out the R100 superfast broadband project by 2021, which is intended to achieve broadband speeds of more than 30Mbps for every home and business in the country.
Openreach revealed that roughly 3,000 new properties a year across Scotland currently lack full-fibre technology.
ScotlandIS said that the strong growth shown by the Scottish tech sector in the last 10 years is expected to continue in 2019.
The report looks back on the spend in public sector IT and predicts trends for the future.