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June 19th, 2019
 
 
Newtec's MCC Factory of the Future Begins Projects with QinetiQ ... Enabling Softer Docking at Space Stations
Signs in stores say "You break it you buy it" are posted so that consumers won't mishandle merchandise. Likewise ensuring that spacecraft docking at
 
GateHouse Telecom's New Business Developer, He Will Assist As They Enter the Smallsat Market
to move in on the smallsat market, the company appointed the manufacturer of smallsat solutions GomSpace’s former Head of Systems Engineering, ...
 
Sri Lanka's First Step ... Two Students' Cubesat Launched from ISS
Raavana-1 was designed and developed by two Sri Lankan youth while studying space engineering at Japan's Kyushu Institute of Technology. The...
 
Lacuna Space and Semtech Successfully Test Global Coverage for LoRa® Technology Anywhere, No Matter How Remote
Lacuna's expanding LoRaWAN-based network coverage to the most remote regions is an incredible technical achievement. More users will ...
 
AVIA's Satellite Industry Forum 2019: A Recap...
SIF brought together many of the most influential leaders of the industry this year to discuss critical issues including regulatory discussions at WRC19...
 
Inmarsat's Type Approval Received by Intellian for Their New Antenna
The GX100NX is a new addition to Intellian’s expanding NX series, a new generation of faster, lighter and stronger antennas delivering high...
 
SATCOM for the Indonesian Market to be Provided by Wavestream Group, TRG and Teleglobal
This strategic partnership was formed to deliver on the mission of providing essential communication requirements to the people of Indonesia. This will...
 
Sersat and SES' New Platform on SES-14 Satellite Makes 33 Million Latin American PayTV Viewers Happy
Local and international content operators and owners who want to broadcast over Latin America will be able to enjoy the benefits of instantly...
 
Forrester Reports: Facebook Wants More, and SiriusXM Doubles Borrowing to $1.5 Billion
He said that some satellite operators are doing “great things” and that Facebook didn’t want to be a competitor or even a customer. He said that...
 
GomSpace's Difficult Solutions to Achieve Cash Flow Objectives ... Reduces Staff Including Executive Team
 The adjustments will not have an impact on the direction of the company and the ability to meet customer demands.