January 2018 Edition
Satellites, Reindeers and Trains, By Corry Brennan, Regional Sales Manager EMEA, Globalstar
The Internet of Things (IoT) and the power of satellite communications are fueling the imaginations of innovators all over the globe.
Solving Satellite Interference—An IRG Perspective, By Martin Coleman, Executive Director, Satellite Interference Reduction Group (IRG)
Taking stock of where the industry currently stands is important and to acknowledge where the organization is having a positive effect on the issue of interference.
The Power of Satellite—Communication in Times of Emergency, By Doreet Oren, Director, Product Marketing and Corporate Communications, Gilat Satellite Net
The fourth largest island in the Caribbean and home to 3.5 million people, the U.S. territory of Puerto Rico is best known for tropical landscapes and resort hotels — the perfect spot for a relaxing vacation.
The Forrester Report: Worry Time for Satellite Operators, By Chris Forrester, Senior Contributor
A few weeks from now, in February, the ‘Big Three’ satellite operators will unveil their latest numbers — those numbers may not look good.
SATCOM Frontier Perspectives: A Dynamic Commercial Space Industry Needs STEM Skills., The commercial space industry needs to recruit the best and brightest
The world’s first satellite, Sputnik I, went into orbit 60 years ago and was about the size of a beach ball.
A McObject Focus—What’s Changing in the Satellite Industry?, By Steve Graves, Chief Executive Officer, McObject
The satellite industry could be said to be facing three challenges: the extreme environment in which satellites operate, the cost of getting the satellites into orbit and the cost of failing to get the satellites into orbit — these three challenges make the data that satellites collect exceptionally valuable.
A Record Breaking Antarctica Journey, A case in point: Satcom Global
Early in 2017, solo sailor Lisa Blair set sail on her racing yacht ‘Climate Action Now’ from Albany, Western Australia, with the aim of beating the record for the fastest circumnavigation of Antarctica, solo and unassisted, to raise awareness of the effects of climate change.
Satellite Architecture Evolution—An Omnetics Perspective, By Bob Stanton, Director of Technology, Omnetics Connector Corporation
Today’s satellite industry has become a mix of what is being labeled as “Old Space” and “New Space” technology.
A Case in Point: Norsat International, Building a customer terminal solution for Kratos Communications SAS
Norsat was selected to design a satellite terminal for Kratos Communications SAS’ geolocation system, satID®, a component which would then be a part of a larger system called the Advanced Space Radio Monitoring System (ASRMS).