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Global MilSatCom Hosts HPA as They Collaborate on Hosted Payload Workshop
a broad range of officials continue to see the urgency in addressing the many evolving issues regarding hosted payloads.
 
Airbus Foundation's Collaboration ... From Satellite to Supplies Supporting Mexico's Earthquake Victims 
Airbus Foundation continues support for earthquake victims in Mexico using broad range of partners, technologies
 
WTA Asks an Expert, Denis Onuoha, About Cyber Security ...
He has the overall responsibility for Security Risk Management, Information Assurance and Cyber Security for the company and ...
 
Orbit Logic is Scheduled to Provide Scheduling Software for NASA Wallops Ground Station
Orbit Logic’s delivered software will include STK Scheduler for contact deconfliction and schedule optimization, STK Pro for ...
 
Iran's Satellite Project to Monitor Agriculture with U.S. Financial Assistance
The project, with the allocation of 489,000 U.S. dollars, is aimed at assisting the country in the monitoring and analysis of agricultural production ...
 
CompuDyne Shifts Bands Partnering with SES for Better Broadband to East and West Malaysia
Making a shift from a C-band to Ku-band system, CompuDyne can now deliver more cost-effective and reliable satellite connectivity,
 
DARPA Improves Their Image by Organizing Imagery with Geospatial Cloud Analytics for DoD
Just trying to organize family and event photos can be overwhelming, but what happens when a major government agency experiences ... 
 
SIA's Keynote Speaker's Strong Opinions Will Keep Things Interesting at Commercial SATCOM Workshop
His presentation should be interesting considering his tenure on the the Strategic Forces Subcommittee, part of the House Armed Services ... 
 
NOAA and NSPO Decide to Cancel COSMIC-2 Satellites
The satellites measure signals from GPS and other navigation satellites as they travel through the atmosphere, probing temperature and humidity...
 
RSCC Makes Top 10 of Russia's Telecommunications Companies
RSCC operates in all geographically accessible markets, with international contracts from customers in over 50 countries of the world.
 
Thales Alenia Space Measures Up to Win Contract for ESA Measuring Biomass
This latest contract reflects the “new space” strategy being applied by Thales Alenia Space.
 
Bigelow Aerospace and ULA Go Low to Get to Lunar. Sooner.™
...the only commercial launch vehicle in development today with sufficient performance and a large enough payload fairing to carry the habitat.
 
SATCOM Solutions for New Zealand Defence Force to be Furnished by Cubic Corporation / GATR Technologies
Cubic will supply 2.4 meter inflatable satellite antennas with supporting hardware, spares and New Equipment Training (NET) for the NZDF...
 
Cambodia Planning for the Nation's First Satellite
It will take the country much less time than it took other countries because of Cambodia's partnership with China Great Wall Industry Corporation, a...
 
It’s a Go for NROL as ULA Launches NROL-52 on Secret Mission, Again
There were challenges to see this launch through, with the weather challenges as well as the equipment issues that prevented the launch ...
 
Saturday Scrubbed ULA's NROL-52's Launch Due to Weather
Launch is rescheduled for Sunday
 
JAXA and Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Send MICHIBIKI No. 4 Soaring, Providing Some Beautiful Photos
Quasi-zenith Satellite System (QZSS) enables watching Japan from above
 
Spain's Top Military Brass See Hisdesat's PAZ Sat Before Shipping to U.S.
The PAZ satellite incorporates as the main payload an active sensor with synthetic aperture radar (SAR) technology that provides images of different...
 
L3 Technnologies to Deliver Hawkeye™ SATCOM Terminals to U.S. Air National Guard
These terminals will facilitate direct communication from remote locations in all 50 states and U.S. territories.
 
GVF-EMP's London ‘AeroConnect 2017’ Conference Addresses Will Smartphones' 'Flight Mode' Become Passé?
Demand for inflight broadband connectivity, and the ability to deliver content to multiple devices per passenger, already exists on a global scale.