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August 13th, 2018
 
 
Es'hailSat Acquires Full Ownership of Satellite
Eutelsat’s share of the satellite generated FY2018 revenues of c.16 million euros in the video application. The divestment of this non-core asset is in ...
 
Frost & Sullivan's Smallsat Launch Services Market Quarterly Update for Q2 2018 Now Available
Frost & Sullivan now expects launch demand to increase to 11,740 smallsats by 2030, with revenues reaching $70.10 billion. Commercial...
 
Sierra Nevada Corporation Completes Study of First Module for NASA Gateway
The study was performed under one of SNC’s Next Space Technologies for Exploration Partnerships-2 (NextSTEP-2) contracts. SNC plans to submit a...
 
Goonhilly Earth Station Collaborating with Spacebit for Application of Blockchain Technology
Blockchain technology has the potential to introduce new techniques to accelerate space exploration by creating an ecosystem that fosters access...
 
Vislink Engages in Cooperation with Cogent Technologies Limited
Pursuant to terms of an MoU that the companies have entered into, Vislink will have the exclusive right to help promote and sell Cogent's products and...
 
New Cloud-Based Analytics Debuts from ORBCOMM as an IoT Solution
With ORBCOMM’s new analytics offering, its global customers can extract valuable, real-time information from their asset-based data to determine...
 
XipLink's New Sales Executive ...He Has Experience for Fast Growth in Latin America
he is moving from the space capacity side to the network optimization business, XipLink is fortunate to obtain his sales leadership at the right time.
 
ResearchAndMarkets.com Takes a Large Span of Small-Satellite Launch Services Update ... Forecast to 2030
At present, nearly all small satellites use the rideshare capacity as a secondary payload on the existing launch vehicles.
 
RigNet Partners with Singtel to Provide CyphreLink, a Terrestrial Encrypted Network Service
The hardware-based encryption allows military-grade data security, with little to no overhead on the payload.
 
BridgeSat's Formation of Advisory Board and New Appointments Part of New Mission
“I’ve had some incredible experiences in outer space, and I’m glad to be able to help BridgeSat from the ground.”
 
TCarta's National Science Foundation Grant Goes Deep to the Seafloor ...Satellite-Derived Bathymetry Technology
Here's a big job... enhance and automate multiple techniques for deriving seafloor depth measurements from optical satellite imagery.