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Competitors in the Swiss Epic Mountain Bike Race to Use SPOT Satellite Messengers for Tracking and SOS

Globalstar Europe has announced that competitors and support personnel at this summer’s Graubünden Swiss Epic mountain bike race will again rely on SPOT satellite messengers for GPS tracking and supporting riders in the case of an emergency or injury. The Swiss Epic takes place from August 20th to 24th 2019, and covers 358km including …

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Kepler Communications Demonstrates LEO Tracking and Data Transfers on Kymeta’s Electronically Steered Antenna

Kepler Communications, a pioneer of nano-satellite telecommunications solutions, today announces that it has successfully demonstrated compatibility between its low-Earth orbit (LEO) satellites with a commercially-available, flat-panel satellite antenna purchased from Kymeta. This testing marks the first time a Kymeta antenna has been used to demonstrate integration with an operational LEO …

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Speedcast Wins Contract for Fully-Managed Communications with Color Line

Speedcast has been awarded a new multi-year, fully-managed communications contract with Color Line, onboard the Color Carrier vessel. Color Line is Norway’s largest cruiseferry company, and Color Carrier is the latest addition to the Cargo service fleet operating between Oslo, Norway and Kiel, Germany. The new communications service provided by …

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#SpaceWatchGL Op’ed: Krystal Wilson of Secure World Foundation about Summit for Space Sustainability

Last March, Secure World Foundation was pleased to announce the inaugural Summit for Space Sustainability, to be held in Washington, DC on June 25-26, 2019. Our creation of the Summit was driven by the rapid growth in both the number and diversity of space actors, the emergence of new kinds …

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Viasat’s RTE Service Provided Commissioning and Operations Support to GA-EMS OTB Satellite

Viasat’s Real-Time Earth (RTE) service achieved a major milestone by providing ground station service support to General Atomics Electromagnetic Systems’ (GA-EMS) Orbital Test Bed (OTB) satellite after its successful launch on a SpaceX Falcon Heavy rocket on June 25, 2019. Once in orbit, Viasat’s RTE service provided critical satellite commissioning …

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OneWeb Satellites and partners OneWeb and Airbus Open Doors on High-Volume Satellite Production Facility in Florida

OneWeb Satellites has officially opened the world’s first high-volume, high-speed advanced satellite production facility to bring transformative Internet connectivity to everyone, everywhere. Historically, satellites are custom built, costing tens of millions of dollars to build, and taking more than a year to produce a single one. The OneWeb Satellites facility …

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SEAKR Is Building RF Processors For Saturn Satellite Networks’ Small GEO Satellites “NationSat”

SEAKR Engineering is using next-generation technologies to build digital RF processors for Saturn Satellite Networks’  small GEO satellite known as “NationSat.” Saturn is a company founded by space industry veterans focused on building small geostationary satellites, and is building its first NationSat satellite using a 2.5 kW bus design. Saturn’s …

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Isotropic Systems Wins a Highly Prestigious New Product Innovation Award by Frost & Sullivan

Isotropic Systems has received the prestigious ‘New Product Innovation Award’ from global market research and consulting company Frost & Sullivan for its work on next-generation satellite terminals that will enable ubiquitous high-bandwidth satellite connectivity for a fraction of the cost of other technologies. Isotropic Systems was selected by Frost & Sullivan …

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