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Burundi Coffee Growers Gain Insights from Satellites
To assist PRODEMA in meeting the goals of its coffee sector support project, Earth-i and WeatherSafe will fulfill a number of vital functions.
Satellite Interference Reduction Group Welcomes Novella SatComs
Novella SatComs is an established supplier of high performance RF equipment and solutions for satellite Earth stations and CATV systems...
Israel's First Environmental Research Satellite Venus Ready to Go
The satellite weighs 265 kilos and will after launching reach a height of 720 kilometers from Earth within two days.
MDA's New NOAA Contract Calls for RADARSAT-2 Data Acquisition
The information provided is ideally suited to markets that require either broad-area monitoring or targeted surveillance, such as ...
Airbus Defence and Space and Russia's Scanex to Provide EO Images With No Security or Privacy Compromises
This streamed basemap facilitates the sharing of data across teams or partner organizations, with no compromise on security or privacy.
Russian Satellites Come to Life After a Year's Silence
Or they might be precursors to orbital weapons on test runs.
Opportunities of $32 Billion Projected by NSR for Airborne SATCOM
Driven by higher demand for broadband connectivity, this installed base will generate over $32 billion in revenue over the next decade, as air travel continues its rise around the world.
DigitalGlobe Takes a Close-Up Look at the Kiwi's Rocket Lab's Electron Rocket
This is the rocket’s first test flight ...
Walton De-Ice Systems Tackle Top Global Broadcaster’s Snow and Ice on Satellite Earth Station
major global media network ensures that snow and ice does not accumulate on the antenna reflector...
Rocket Lab Scrubs Test Launch Due to Triboelectrification From Launch Complex 1
Triboelectrification, I hate when that happens ...
Companies Seeking Cyber-Security Find Answers at CommunicAsia's SatComm2017
With the Cybersecurity Market Report predicting that worldwide spending on cyber security will top US$1 trillion for the five-year period from 2017 to 2021...
SATCOM to Assist with China's “One Belt and One Road” Program
The two parties will carry out cooperation in areas such as satellite applications, electronic information products, control and...
Failed Space Port Land Returns to Original Owners ... 30 Years Later
“When the Bjelke-Peterson government announced plans in 1986, they didn’t bother to consult the traditional owners, they just took the land."
New Zealand is Reaching to Space ... A Good Place to Try Things, Where Not Everyone is Watching
We could set up unmanned mini space labs for hire. Scientists could send small boxes up into space ... that are controlled and monitored from Earth.
PAGASA Keeps 'em Dry ... Launches COMS Weather Watch Satellite
The COMS is the first geostationary multipurpose satellite of South Korea,
An NSR Analysis — An Update of the Asian Satellite Market
The launch of the 4th Inmarsat Global Xpress satellite occurred at a very busy time for the satellite industry in Asia Pacific.
The Route to Space Alliance is Formed by European Hauliers
The Route To Space Alliance is represented across 13 sites in four countries and features 185.000m2 of depot space, 45.050m2 of...
Key Data Access Elements of the Copernicus Program to be Featured at EUMETSAT's Information Day
The EU has entrusted EUMETSAT to exploit four of the Sentinel satellite missions that are part of the Copernicus space component dedicated to...
Airbus Safran Launchers to Become ArianeGroup as of July 1st
This change in identity is the logical next step following the decision of the ESA Member States at the Ministerial Conference in Luxembourg...
The Trends Shaping Location Based Services Examined by the GSA in a Just Released Report
The report offers an in-depth look at market opportunities and trends within the dynamic Location Based Services (LBS) segment.