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February 25th, 2019
Why an Elementary School's Name in Anchorage, Alaska, was Selected to be on a OneWeb Satellite
Eventually, an iPad-sized antenna will be installed on the roof of Government Hill Elementary to receive the satellite internet signal
Speedcast to Bring Intellian's Antenna into Cruise and Energy Customer Service
Innovative antenna technologies are in high demand in the Cruise and Energy sectors to support data-rich applications. The Intellian v240MT is specifically ...
The ArianeWorks Acceleration Platform is Launched by ArianeGroup and CNES
Both longstanding stakeholders in the Ariane series, ArianeGroup and CNES are currently developing Ariane 6 for ESA. Since 2015, they have...
VT iDirect Enters Proof of Concept Testing for 5G Content Distribution
The OSMOSIS proof of concept is demonstrated using the SATis5 testbed network showcasing 4G and 5G satellite-enabled user applications. Users will...
Israel’s Gilat To Provide Satellite Broadband Solution for India’s GSAT-11 Satellite
will enhance public welfare systems like e-banking, e-health, e-governance as well as provide a platform to demonstrate new generation applications.
Anti-Icing Systems from Surface Heating Systems Deployed on Alpha Satcom Antennas
These systems heat the antenna directly and are via a fully automated snow sensor and smart control panel, which gives the operator the capability to...
Former NASA Astronaut Pamela Melroy Joins Myriota's Board of Directors
Melroy brings expertise in the global space industry, having spent more than 30 years at the forefront of space exploration, including as a shuttle pilot and...
Fleet Space Technologies Brings Their IoT Gateway to Kennards Hire
Kennards Hire is on a fast-track to deploy Fleet’s innovative IoT solutions to its equipment range across specialist branches and customers sites in...
Ubiquitilink's Claim Means Every Phone is Now a Satellite Phone
“We went to NASA and JPL and asked what they thought. Everybody’s gut reaction was ‘well, this won’t work,’ but then they just said ‘well, it works.’ ”