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April 22nd, 2018
 
 
Japan's Nod of Confidence with Arianespace to Launch BSAT-4b Satellite Adds to a Long History Since 1997
BSAT-4b will be launched by an Ariane 5 in 2020 from the Guiana Space Center, Europe’s Spaceport in Kourou, French Guiana, as part of a turnkey...
 
Thuraya Aero Came the Distance Providing Overviews to International Government and Military Experts at Space Symposium
Aero gives Thuraya a new sector, that being aviation, and continues to expand as an established global provider of mobile satellite communications... 
 
US$10 Million to be Awarded by DARPA with their Launch Challenge Program
The nation’s space architecture is currently built around a limited number of exquisite systems with development times of up to ten years. With the...
 
iDirect Government Releases their Most Powerful Evolution 4.2
Evolution 4.2 unleashes the full capabilities of the 9-Series satellite routers, defense line cards and tactical hub. Evolution 4.2 also continues to support...
 
RUAG's New Portfolio Includes Highs and Lows ... High Performance and Low-Cost Products for Satellite Constellations
Several hundred computer units have flown on commercial and institutional missions, such as Iridium NEXT (payload interface unit) or the Galileo...
 
Latitude SkyNode SATCOM Models Receive EASA Certification
The STC also supports the installation of the IONode Flight Data Monitoring (FDM) system, which is capable of providing fully automated data ...
 
Enlighten IT Consulting Introduces RADMF for Cyber Security Missions
The new release now incorporates operator feedback received over several years from multiple Department of Defense (DoD) customers, with more...