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March 17th, 2016
 
 
Jason-3's First... Produces A Complete Set Of Global Sea Surface Height Maps
Once Jason-3 is fully calibrated and validated, it will begin full science operations, precisely measuring the height of 95 percent of the world’s ice-free ocean every 10 days and providing oceanographic products to users around the world.
 
Digital Ship Sailing Into Copenhagen For Their 2016 Event
Digital Ship is excited to be bringing its unique forum to Copenhagen—a country with a strong maritime and shipping heritage—and collaboration.
 
The Build Has Started For SSTL's GMP-T Platform
The carbon shells for the central thrust tube and the metallic interface rings are already in production.
 
Moving On Up... Gilat Names Ovadia As New CEO
Mr. Ovadia joined Gilat in April 2015 and had previously served in various managerial posts at Amdocs for 30 years, including as Amdocs Executive Management member.
 
Silent Falcon™ UAS Technologies Adds Two New Executives
“Silent Falcon is a true diamond-in-the-rough in this explosive market and I am excited to be part of the team that will take it through the process of becoming the shiniest GEM in its Industry.”
 
NSR... Sounds Serious.... Revenue Cannibalization Or Growing The Pie?
HTS is changing the rules of the game and only the fittest may survive.
 
Heading Into NAB 2016 With A Profusion Of Products Is Sencore
Note the solutions Sencore offers for 4k UHD TV delivery at NAB 2016.
 
X2nSat + Axesat = Passionate Partnership Of Satellite Communications w/Reach All The Way Through South America
The combined partnership brings together resources of five major satellite gateways, eight prime business offices, permanea total of 10 satellites.
 
Panasonic Raises Their Anchor On New Maritime Comms Service
Panasonic offers a new approach to connectivity at sea, serving passengers and crew, as well as communications for ship operations and corporate networking.
 
An Array Of Spacecraft Solar Solutions Proposals For NASA's Deep Space Missions
Developing a new generation of solar power technologies that focuses on these attributes will improve mission performance, increase solar array life, and ultimately may allow solar-powered vehicles to explore deeper into space than ever before.