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February 12th, 2016
 
 
NOAA's JPSS-1 Instruments Have Now All Been Integrated Into The Satellite
the ATMS (Advanced Technology Microwave Sounder), an instrument critical to forecasting weather three to seven days in advance, has been integrated with the satellite.
 
Space Tech Expo Continues Exhibitor + Attendee Growth — Heads To Pasadena, California, This May...
Fifty-two companies signed up to exhibit in just one month, meaning Space Tech Expo 2016 will host its largest event ever, with 230+ exhibiting companies and 1,700+ participating companies joining the show.
 
AMOS Conference In Maui OK'd By USAF For Attendance
The AMOS Conference brings together operators, researchers, technologists and system developers who are working in the many areas of space domain awareness.
 
NAB 2016's Connected Media Arena Is Center Court For Globecast's Show Presence
Globecast’s global approach allows customers to contract once for a turnkey end to end global solution tailored to support their business objectives.
 
NorthTelecom Is Expanding
"This bring NorthTelecom facility and reach to APAC and the company will now be able to bridge east to west and offer more cutting edge service and solution to global market,“ said Mahdi Nazari Mehrabi, Managing Director Asia and CTO NorthTelecom.
 
Moving On Up... NovaWurks Moves Crandall Into Chief Of Advanced Projects Position
Crandall, previously a senior program manager at NovaWurks, will manage the growing commercial division for space-based services and technologies at NovaWurks.
 
Berliner Glas Group Has Optical Systems In Space
Optical communication allows enormously increasing amounts of data to be made available in a faster, more reliable way to customers.
 
New Partners + New Money Highlights Of Space 2.0 Summit
Organizations such as DoD, NOAA and NGA are opening up to buying geospatial imagery and data from private providers.