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Planet - A Second NGA Win for Satellite Imagery Delivery
The one-year, $14 million contract follows a seven-month, $20 million pilot contract that started last September to assess ways...
Golden Moment as Sinclair’s Next Generation Broadcast Platform is Short Listed for IBC 2017 Innovation Award
One of TeamCast's challenges has been to implement the centralized network architecture concept required for this project onto a turned-key and ...
Abu Dhabi Systems & Information Center Sees Blue as Proteus FZC Provides Marine Modeling
because there are no other commercially available products with this level of bathymetric accuracy and richness of seafloor information
Radiation Hardened Electronics Demand Continues Growth in Smallsat Market — Military & Aerospace Electronics
John writes that demand for radiation-hardened electronics for space applications continues to grow, with opportunities in traditional rad-hard spacecraft, as well as for radiation-tolerant smallsats...
NSR’s Maritime SATCOM and Trends That Form a Perfect Storm for End-Users
Combined, these trends form a perfect-storm for end-users to maximize the return on their communications budgets – but ...
BIS Research - The Small Launch Vehicle Market Analysis Published
The small launch vehicle (SLV) market is witnessing a high growth rate owing to increase in deployment of small satellites for commercial end...
GVF + Satellite Vu - First EO Company Joins the Organization
GVF will support the EO community on pertinent issues that include spectrum management, where the ITU has agenda items at the next WRC...
SES + OptimERA - Alaskan Coverage Instituted Via NSS-9
OptimERA has secured capacity aboard SES’s NSS-9 satellite to roll out enhanced city-wide WiFi network and broadband services to meet growing...
AsiaSat + KBZ Gateway - Myanmar Comms Partnership Extended
KBZ has expanded its C- and Ku-band capacity on the AsiaSat 4 and AsiaSat 7 satellites to meet the growing demands from clients in the...
Broadcast RF Relies on ETL Systems ... No Mulligans When Televising The British Open 
With such an auspicious event as the 146th British Open, it's important that televising the event must be perfect with no room for errors.
 ORBCOMM is Uplifted by JLG with Total Telematics Solutions for Aerial Fleet
will also be available through a mobile app, enabling customers to manage their aerial equipment on the go, in real-time from any mobile device.

Rock Seven Comes Down to Earth with New Tracking and IoT System
... is just as effective for improving safety and logistics on the dashboard of an SUV or troop carrier as it is in the cockpit of a helicopter or light aircraft.
Satellite Innovation Symposium — OneWeb's Greg Wyler to Keynote Day Two
This symposium offers the perfect opportunity to learn from leaders who are shaping today's and tomorrow's SATCOM industry...
Sierra Nevada Corporation + United Launch Alliance - DreamChaser's First Two Missions to be Boosted by Atlas V
The two awarded Atlas V missions will carry pressurized and unpressurized cargo to the International Space Station (ISS).
SES + ATM System - Bringing the World Games 2017 to European Viewers
The international event, taking place in Wroclaw, Poland, from July 20 to 30, 2017, will be transmitted via two SES satellites...
ST Engineering's Electronics Arm Muscles Contracts Worth Approximately S$490m in 2Q2017
This company's electronics arm did well in the second quarter of 2017 with contracts secured that total approximately S$490m ($358M US) for ...
A Paragon of Thermal Control Radiators Selected by Sierra Nevada Corporation 
Everything must be a paragon, a model of excellence, and so...
International Institute of Space Commerce's New Executive Director a Veteran of Human Space Flight
“My dream is to help as many people achieve space flight as possible, and to have a good portion of them make money doing so.”
Arianespace's Vega Will Deliver Twins ... Set For August 1, Earth Observation Payloads
Vega is prepared for the twin Earth observation payloads to be orbited on Arianespace’s August 1 mission
NASA and Boeing Feel the Pain ... Admit Damaged Antenna on the TDRS-M Satellite
... officials aren't committing one way of the other as to whether the damaged antenna will delay the launch.