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October 29th, 2018
 
 
Forrester Reports: Trading is Challenging for SES
SES shares fell back -2.8 percent, although the company's networks segment grew impressively by 13.6 percent in the nine months to...
 
Airbus' Ocean Finder Goes High and Deep to Ensure Asset Safety of at Sea
While at sea there are many possible issues that can cause concern, hijacked boats, illegal activities, search and rescue operations and monitoring ships.
 
Most Promising Start-Ups Honored at Euroconsult's World Satellite Business Week
One hundred and thirty companies were identified, after which 36 were shortlisted and 12 were invited to pitch. The four winners were selected...
 
Three Year Contract Endorsed by NSSLGlobal and Wind Energy Marine for Maritime Comms Support
FusionIP will automatically switch between VSAT and cellular connectivity, while the Oceanic Dynamics suite will centralize vessel performance, and...
 
Surrey Satellite Technology Honored with International Board of Trade Award
Surrey Satellite Technology Ltd.’s international exports track record, totaling £1.15 billion ($1.5 billion) over a 30 year period, has been honored with an ...
 
Carry On, Ursa, as Airbus Continues to Provide Access to Radar Satellite Data 
Ursa will analyze and fuse radar data with other information sources providing unbiased monitoring information to its customers in the energy and financial...
 
Globalstar Joins the Satellite Industry Association
Globalstar operates a LEO constellation of satellites and provides mobile satellite voice and data products and service packages to government...
 
China's Long March 2C Pushes CFOSat and Variety of Smallsats to Orbit
The CFOSat mission is to gain new insights into ocean surface characteristics (winds and waves) and their impacts on the atmosphere-ocean ...
 
GOSAT-2 and KhalifaSat Soar on Mitsubishi Heavy Industries' and JAXA's H-IIA Rocket 
The launch and flight of H-IIA F40 proceeded as planned. The separations of GOSAT-2 and KhalifaSat were confirmed respectively at approximately...
 
Kratos to Design Gateways for SKY Perfect JSAT's JCSAT-18 HTS Satellite
Kratos will design and build a state-of-art Ka-band multi-site gateway solution for SJC’s new JCSAT-18 satellite.  Kratos’ breadth of gateway...
 
NASA's Kepler Space Telescope, is it Dead or in Deep Sleep?
In all, it has found nearly 3,000 planets. Finding all of those planets has also helped fill gaps in our understanding of the galaxy.
 
Kymeta Successfully Demonstrates Hybrid Data Backhaul on Cellular and Satellite Networks
Kymeta successfully demonstrated a complete hybrid network architecture to field agents operating in a communications degraded environment. The Kymeta...