Current Satellite News
March 4th, 2015
Paving The Way For UK Commercial Space Ops
Work to establish the feasibility of a UK spaceport began in 2012.
ESA Provides Hitchhiking CubeSats w/A Surreal Ride ...AIM An Amazing Adventure On An Asteroid
Think of it as the ultimate hitchhiking opportunity...
The Upcoming UK Space Agency's Second CubeSat Mission Is Definitely Taking Shape
The suite of three payloads will be developed by UK academic-industrial partnerships that will use the mission for rapid and cost-effective demonstration of new and innovative space technologies.
Electrical Empowerment Via Boeing Results In Signal Sendings For ABS and EUTELSAT Satellites
The satellites were launched as a conjoined stack on a single SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket, demonstrating a patented Boeing technology that promises to noticeably reduce launch costs.
Jumpin' On With Jupiter... Hughes' Providing Technology Upgrade To TS Global Network
“Service providers need cost-effective solutions for upgrading their capabilities without necessarily uprooting their network infrastructures.”—Vaibhav Magow, senior director, Asia/Pacific Region, Hughes.
CETel + ARABSAT As Collaborators Expand Their Options + Extend C-Band
"It's the right product at the right time for customers looking for answers to the ever increasing cost pressure in their areas of business.”
Arianespace' ISO 50001 Energy Plans For Guiana Space Center Now In Place
Arianespace is the first company in French Guiana to deploy this type of initiative.
Connectivity For M2M and IoT Results In Teclo Networks and Stream Technologies Partnership
“Battery-life is a major operating expenditure and frustration for customers."—Nigel Chadwick, CEO, Stream Technologies.
Software For Land Management Is Upgraded By LandWorks and Includes Tighter Esri Integration
“This modern architecture allows for integration of live Esri GIS maps and builds a foundation for hosting in the cloud."—Jerry Bramwell, President, LandWorks.
PCI Geomatics' Development Foot Is On Their Accelerator, For GeoImaging Offering
GXL technology provides significant improvements in automation, speed and efficiency by optimizing and distributing automated workflows.
KRYTAR Continues to Grow Their Directional Couplers In The Right Direction
For many space-restricted applications, the compact size makes KRYTAR directional couplers ideal solutions
Walton De-Ice... Gives Ice Buildup The 'Cold Shoulder'... Just A Shake Achieves 100x Energy Savings
Customers can achieve up to 100x energy savings, and 20x less data loss using Walton products...
For Early Development & Testing Of 5G, Keysight Technologies Now Offers Signal-Creation Signal Support
"Signal Studio for custom modulation streamlines development, allowing researchers to try more candidate signals in less time as they explore next-generation waveforms.”—Satish Dhanasekaran, MARCOM Mgr., Keysight Technologies.
In-Flight Connectivity Markets Examined By NSR In Their Latest Report
Based on more than 10 years covering aeronautical satellite connectivity, NSR’s extensive experience in evaluating the changes and trends driving aero SATCOM services is encapsulated in this new report.
New User Tools Released By Latitude Technologies For their WebSentinel 5 Flight Platform
WebSentinel 5 introduces selectable, movable, and resizable panels enabling individual users to build and maintain multiple independent maps and multiple independent messaging sessions.
@ Heli-Expo 2015: Technisonic Debuts Their First Dual Transceiver Airborne Radio
Each TDFM-9100 transceiver can store 3,000 channels per module and be programmed to operate in digital or analog mode on a channel-by-channel basis.
World Teleport Association Board's New Chairman
"I have come to admire his integrity and passion over the years and I am confident that under his guidance the WTA will continue to encourage independence and, more importantly,..."