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June 11th, 2019
 
 
Ten Million Euros to Fund the First Demonstration of GLoT by NanoAvionics, KSAT and Antwerp Space
The funding is for the first demonstration of the pre-cursor stage of the Global Internet of Things (GIoT) smallsat constellation with one or more IoT/M2M...
 
Milestone Reached by UHP Networks' VSAT Solutions for Rikei Corporation
The Rikei/UHP solution is tailored for critical applications with high Quality of Service (QoS) as required in the Japanese market. The solution benefits from...
 
NSR Publishes Critical Assessment of Satellite Constellations Report
The report provides a complete assessment of key satellite constellations set to disrupt the SATCOM market in the next decade. Through a bottom-up...
 
ABS and INTERSAT Complete Their Nairobi Workshop
With the growing trend to localize content, ABS has partnered with INTERSAT to set up teleport infrastructure in Nairobi to offer data and video services on ...
 
Russia Planning on IoT Constellation ... Gonets-2
...the proposal to create a system of remote sensing satellites to monitor natural resources and man-made processes. This task has been set to...
 
Astrobotic to Use Their Peregine Lander to Deliver Payloads to the Moon
Payloads comprise of resource development, scientific investigation, technology demonstration, exploration, marketing, arts, and...
 
Cal Poly's Satellite Data Solutions Initiative Built on Amazon Web Services Takes on Challenges of Forecasting Disasters
The initiative, which was announced at the AWS Public Sector Summit 2019 in Washington, D.C., is part of the Digital Transformation Hub (DxHUB)...
 
The Seventh of 10 Advanced Navigation Payloads for the U.S.A.F.'s GPS III Delivered by Harris to Lockheed Martin
The GPS III navigation payload features a Mission Data Unit (MDU) with a unique 70-percent digital design that links atomic clocks, radiation-hardened...
 
Cloud Based System Designer for RF Over Fiber Links Intro'd by ViaLite Communications
The tool — which was designed and built in-house — uses a drag and drop approach, allowing users to select items from a pallet of components and...
 
SpaceX Prepares for One of Their Most Challenging Launches for Space & Missile Systems 
among the most challenging launches in SpaceX history with four separate upper-stage engine burns, three separate deployment orbits, a final ... 
 
Lockheed Martin's COps Software for USAF's GPS Ground Control System Satellites 
November 2018, the company completed the AEP 7.5 upgrade, the largest architectural change in the systems history, replacing significant code, ...
 
African Space Industry's Report Reveals Over US$7 Billion Annual Revenue, to Exceed US$10 Billion by 2024
African engineers built 14 of the 35 satellites, including those they built in Africa and others using facilities outside of Africa.