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Ball's VizZen™ Visualizes COTS and Cloud Based Content Management
The software is an open source-based One Object One Time solution that allows multiple data bases to be accessible by a single tool.
 
Arabsat-6A Satellite Assembly Completed by Lockheed Martin for Arabsat
Arabsat-6A is part of the two-satellite Arabsat-6G program for Arabsat and is the second of Lockheed Martin's modernized LM 2100 series satellites to...
 
Advantech Wireless RF and Microwave Divisions to be Integrated into the Baylin Technologies Group of Companies
This Baylin Technologies acquisition of Advantech Wireless Technologies Inc, will allow the company to extend the firm's product line as well as...
 
GATR's TRAC Antenna is Positioned for Widespread Use, According to the U.S. Air Force
support from the U.S.A.F. Small Business Innovation Research/Small Business Technology Transfer Program and the Air Force Research Laboratory
 
Entire U.S. Farm Economy Can Now Access Mavrx Satellite Platform
For more than four years, Mavrx has built a platform that enables farm managers to optimize operations through a bird’s eye look at yield, planting,...
 
Software-Based GPS Receiver from Galileo Satellite Navigation Integrates with Cadence Tensilica Fusion F1 DSP
The software-based GNSS receiver allows customers to easily add full GPS functionality with design flexibility and long-term upgradeability at a...
 
Sigma Systems Selected by Inmarsat for Large-Scale BSS Transformation
With the digital revolution moving forward at great speed, Inmarsat recognized that a catalog-driven, agile approach to B/OSS was key to...
 
SpaceX Launch of PAZ and Microsat-2a and -2b Postponed
PAZ, when on orbit, will perform both military and civil operations, such as troop movements, environmental observations and more. Also on board are...
 
Avanti Communications' HYLAS-4 Satellite Arrives in French Guiana for Arianespace Launch
The spacecraft, built by Orbital ATK, was packed and shipped at their Satellite Manufacturing Facility in Dulles, Virginia, United States, and...
 
Iridium Entrusts COMSAT to Provide Iridium's Certus Satellite Broadband Connectivity to the DoD
securely, and cost-effectively connects remote assets to U.S. command and control centers from anywhere including Arctic and Antarctic regions. 
 
34th Space Symposium's 2018 Space Technology Hall of Fame® Inductees are Aluminum Alloy 398 and Miniaturized Laser Terminals
Mynaric's key contributions are miniaturized laser terminals that can be produced and sold at scale and which are
 
General Dynamics Mission Systems Awarded Continued Procurement Contract for U.S. Navy Digital Modular Radio
DMR provides multiple communication waveforms and multi-level information security for secure tactical voice and data transmissions aboard...
 
KSF Space to Support Launching Space Capsule from a Space Balloon in Mexico for Research
This is unique as a platform for high altitude space studies and scientific research.
 
Broadband Forum Continues Growth with New Members
Operators and vendors, as well as fellow industry bodies and national associations, are among the new sign-ups, demonstrating the breadth and...
 
ViaLite Communications Takes Root in the U.S. and Grows ... Enlists the Expertise of Three Companies 
bring strong technical backgrounds and have had a long history of success supporting product applications for satcom, defense electronics and ...
 
LeTourneau University Students Engage in SmallSat Design
Lichtenberg is a former astronaut who was a payload specialist at the Marshall Space Flight Center in Huntsville, Alabama, from 1978 to 1992. He said...
 
NASA's New Horizons Zooms at 36,000 MPH and Releases Record-Breaking Photos from Beyond Pluto 
In two hours, New Horizons smashed a 27-year-old record set by Voyager 1 … twice.
 
The Broadband Service Plan by SpaceX Receives Endorsement from FCC Chairman
The firm's Microsat 2a and 2b are satellites are secondary payloads scheduled for launch from Vandenberg AFB this coming Saturday aboard a...
 
Adcole Maryland Aerospace-Built Kestrel Eye SmallSat for the U.S. Army and DoD Launches
The Kestrel Eye imaging satellite is the first on orbit demonstration of an envisioned Department of Defense (DoD) constellation that may someday...
 
NASA's Kodiak's Test Proves Self-Driving Robotic Servicer Can Extend Satellite's Lifespan
Once it locates its target, it can use dexterous robotic arms and software to autonomously grasp, refuel, and relocate a satellite.