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March 2021 Edition
Satellites (All), Antennas/Terminals, Launch Services (All), Ground + Maritime Services, Financing
InfoBeam Part I, ISRO’s PSLV-C51 Launches Amazonia-1 • Rocket Lab SPAC A Publicly Traded Company • Kleos Space’s Polar Vigilance Complete Hardware CDR • A SPAC For Spire Global
Information and News From the Editors
InfoBeam Part II, Orbit Fab and Benchmark Space Systems Team • All Electric Satellites Witnessing a Promising Uptake • Removing the Growing Pain • Next Generation Plasma Thruster • Sateliot’s First Smallsat
Information and News From the Editors
InfoBeam Part III, Comtech Acquires UHP Networks • Spaceflight Inc. Multiple Launch Agreements • Nicole Robinson As Ursa Space President • OQ Technology To Manage, Operate MACSAT Mission • Kymeta Network Optimized By Capanet Communications • L3Harris To Develop Ground System for NOAA
Information and News From the Editors
Creating “Ordinary” As “Extraordinary”, By Dirk Wallinger, Chief Executive Officer, York Space Systems
Entrepreneurs are now being rewarded for the initiative and value they inject into the broader economy.
Musk Vs. Bezos: The Battle Continues, By Chris Forrester, Senior Contributor
SpaceX and Project Kuiper, have lodged almost daily tit-for-tat filings with the Federal Communications Commission (FCC)
Sir Richard Branson, Founder, Virgin Galactic, + Dan Hart, President + CEO, Virgin Orbit, Interview Conducted During SmallSat Symposium 2021 Chris Stott, Interviewer
Chris Stott, Executive Chairman, Mansat, was the moderator of this extremely interesting interview of Sir Richard Branson, the Founder of Virgin Galactic, and Dan Hart, the President and Chief Executive Officer of Virgin Orbit, on Day Three of the SmallSat Symposium.
The Perfect Fit For Satellite IoT, By Rajesh Suseelan, Senior Director, Strategic Business Development, ST Engineering iDirect
The Internet of Things (IoT) is being driven by vertical market applications for companies undergoing digitization for greater efficiency and transparency.
Light At The End Of The Tunnel, Satcin is optimistic about the future.
The international SATCOM industry took major leaps in 2020 with smallsats, game-changing 5G standardization on the rise, and satellite-to-cloud services.
Staying Out Of Terrestrial Trouble, By Kevin Korte, President, Univention North America, Inc.
How hackers could spy on satellite internet traffic with just $300 of home TV equipment.
Inside NASA’s Perseverance, How Maxar Robotics Enable A Historic Mars Mission
Mars rovers are a fan favorite.
Is AI The Answer To Our Interference Problems?, By Helen Weedon, Managing Director, Satcoms Innovation Group (SIG)
The satellite industry has not really fully embraced the potential of AI.
IoT & Secure Information Exchange..., By Jaume Sanpera, Chief Executive Officer, Sateliot
When standard solutions exist, private companies' own innovations are relegated to very small and almost insignificant market niches. 
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