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emergency.lu Deploys To Nepal To Assist With Emergency Efforts
All kits are providing reliable connectivity using the SES satellite network.
Electric Propulsion Technology Patent Awarded To The Elwing Company By Japan
This new patent completes Elwing's intellectual property holdings in Japan, allowing Elwing to offer Japanese satellite manufacturers its most advanced propulsion system design.
TACNAV Systems From KVH Ordered To The Tune Of $1.5 Million
“The system serves as a crucial resource for navigation and battle management, keeping soldiers safe and out of harm’s way wherever they travel.”—Dan Conway, Exec. V.P., KVH.
Billions Of Reasons Why Harris Is Involved In U.S. Army's JTRS HMS Program
“With this contract, the Army is one step closer to putting the radios in the hands of warfighters."—Dana Mehnert, Group President, Harris RF Communications.
TSF Brings Their Expertise To The Nepal Disaster
NSF teams have set up a high-speed satellite Internet connection for the UNRDC—United Nations Reception/Departure Center.
U.S.A.F.'s SBIRS GEO-6 To Pack In Navigation System From Lockheed Martin
"Our team is assuring that SBIRS production will continue to yield vital capabilities for the Air Force's early warning missions."—David Sheridan, V.P. + SBIRS Program Director, Lockheed Martin.
X-Band Capacity Made Available To Nepal Search + Rescue Efforts By XTAR
“Satellite communications are often the first and only link to needed resources in catastrophic natural disasters.”—Philip Harlow, President + COO, XTAR.
Inmarsat Appoints IEC Telecom With Additional Responsibilities
“Our intention is to double our reseller channel by mid-2016."—Erwan Emilian, CEO, IEC Telecom Group.
APAC's LTE Coverage Is Expanded By XCom Global
XCom Global’s high-speed Internet access rental service provides international travelers unlimited data usage and the freedom to wirelessly roam abroad in more than 175 countries around the world.
Instrument Integration Nearly Completed By Ball Aerospace For JPSS-1 — Environmental Testing Is Next
Polar weather satellites contribute 85 percent of the data that goes into numerical weather prediction models.
The U.N.'s Open Satellite Resources Will Provide Emergency Response Teams In Nepal With Assistance
To support the rescue efforts, several agencies are involved in producing satellite-based information. UN-SPIDER has now compiled this information into an easily accessible format.
DigitalGlobe's WorldView-3 Imagery Of Nepal Earthquake Available to Public
DigitalGlobe captured imagery of the area yesterday through heavy cloud cover with its WorldView-1, and WorldView-3, and GeoEye-1 satellites.
Extension to Air Force Research Laboratory's APS Project Afforded To Orbit Logic
“We are developing a scalable and flexible software architecture that will make autonomous planning accessible for any mission."—Ella Herz,  COO, Orbit Logic.
Two New Upper Millimeter Wave Offerings Rollout From L-3 Electron Devices
The compact modules are designed to cover a broad range of applications, including performance capability at up to 50,000 feet in altitude.
Of SatBroadcasting™ Interest: Partnership Between Albis + STMicroelectronics Will Result In TV Connect 2015 Solution For OTT
The solution will power NetTV Plus, an OTT application that provides viewers with over 200 TV channels in crystal-clear HD quality, radio listening, real-time news updates, and more.
Emergency Comms Equipment Rushed To Nepal By ITU In Response To Massive Earthquake
The emergency equipment includes 35 satellite mobile phones and 10 satellite Broadband Global Area Network terminals along with solar panels and laptops to support relief coordination efforts.
C+C For NASA's SGSS Finds General Dynamics' Initial Integration Successful
"The new SGSS lab provides NASA with an extremely efficient and cost-effective path to Space Network ground system modernization."—Chris Marzilli, President, General Dynamics Mission Systems.
Spacecom Comes To The Rescue For The Nepal Earthquake With Additional Capacity
"AMOS-4 at 65 degrees East is in an excellent position to provide emergency services and capacity for occasional use needs in Nepal and the region."—Eyal Copitt, Sr. V.P., Spacecom.
New Tool From Exelis Handles Airspace Surveillance As Well As Sense + Avoid Capabilities
Symphony® RangeVue™ puts real-time Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) surveillance data, flexible background maps and weather information in the hands of UAS operators and test range personnel.
Partnership For M2M Comms Products Between Quake Global + Hitachi
Quake Global’s product family for Hitachi establishes a new era in the ability to monitor and control Hitachi’s assets as well as other heavy and light equipment assets.