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April 3rd, 2017
 
 
Satellite Tracking Systems for FEMA, Brought to Them by Numerex and Software Tech Enterprises
These asset tracking solutions allow logistics managers to track and manage tens of thousands of assets in the field...
 
Satnews Publishers Finds a Bright Future at the 33rd Space Symposium
From greener types of energy and future journeys into deep space, to bright futures for educational STEM programs...
 
Australian EO Market Target of Earth-i Efforts
The Queensland Department of Natural Resources chose Earth-i and their data to map their entire State because...
 
The Satellite of Love with Tom Servo, Crow and Joel Hodgson Orbiting to Netflix
MST3K is returning and will be re-birthed on Netflix, starting on April 14th.
 
The C-Band Spot Beam on Intelsat-35e to Expand African Banking Services
The solution incorporates high-throughput Intelsat EpicNG C-band spot beam capacity available exclusively on Intelsat 35e.
 
Future Human Space Activities Concepts Presented by Boeing at the 33rd Space Symposium
Boeing is helping to develop the Space Launch System, a NASA project, which will deliver a habitat to cislunar space close to the Moon.
 
Draper and Smithsonian Astrophysical Set to Untangle Spatial Mysteries
The investigation will specifically track the most abundant particles in the solar atmosphere and wind—electrons, protons and helium ions...
 
ISRO Embraces Private Sector to Outsource Satellite Manufacture
Today for the first time a satellite is being fabricated in the private industry — a giant leap for the ISRO and a giant leap for the Indian space industry.
 
Airbus Safran Launchers and ONERA Buddy Up to Plan for the Future
With the aim of meeting the looming global competitiveness and technological innovation challenges
 
United Launch Alliance Emergency Egress System Milestone Completed
The Boeing Company is developing Starliner and selected ULA’s Atlas V rocket for human-rated spaceflight to the International Space Station.
 
Airbus and SITA Collaborate to Provide Advanced Cybersecurity Services for Air Transport Industry
...91 percent of airlines plan to invest in cybersecurity programs over the next three years.
 
On the 33rd Space Symposium Show Floor — Disruptive Technologies in the Spotlight by Aerojet Rocketdyne...
Subject matter experts are on hand throughout the symposium to answer questions and discuss the company’s products.