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July 12th, 2018
 
 
Propulsion Systems from GomSpace to Empower Astrocast SmallSats
Astrocast a pioneer in deploying smallsats to create a global Internet of Things (IoT) network. This will be the first propulsion system operating on a...
 
Goonhilly Makes Plans for Spending £32.4 Million From Antennas to Facilities, Deep Space Projects and More
involved in upcoming return-to-the-moon missions including the communications with spacecraft on the first Space Launch System launch.
 
Submit Those Nominations for the SSPI 2018 Promise & Mentor Awards — July 31st is the Due Date
The individual you nominate could be the one selected as a 2018 Promise Award or Mentor Award Winner...
 
IntelsatOne FlexAir Coming This Summer for Government Aircraft Ops
Unlike wide-beam satellites, these new HTS platforms use power-concentrated spot beams to deliver signals reaching small mobility terminals...
 
Foxcom's Hangar Repeater Solution Enables Indoor Avionics Testing of Inmarsat, Iridium and GPS Signals
The Hangar Repeater Solution will enable engineers involved in maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO) of aircraft to undertake testing...
 
Internet Continuity Service is Launched by Hughes Network Systems
The service, which switches users automatically to satellite broadband any time their terrestrial Internet connection goes down, provides businesses...
 
ArianeGroup's New French Production Line Includes the World's Most Powerful Robot to Build Nozzles
has the world’s most powerful robot, capable of handling nozzles weighing in excess of 2 tons, measuring 3 meters in height and 2.2 meters in diameter.
 
Elbit Systems' Newest Qualifies for Both Civilian and NATO Military Missions... Unmanned Hermes 900 StarLiner
this has been the impetus of European countries to re-orient defense efforts from far-away conflicts to intense homeland and border security challenges.
 
Inmarsat’s Successful First Test of SwiftBroadband and General Atomics' MALE Journey Across the Pond
it eliminates the need for forward deployed ground infrastructure for command and control as well as take-off and landing operations
 
New VSAT Monitoring and Geolocation System to Mitigate Interference Debuts from Atos
Named Atos SkyMon ILS (Interference Localization System) VSAT, the system — formerly known as SIECAMS — is the latest innovation following Atos’ recent acquisition of Siemens Convergence Creators (CVC), resulting...