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RUAG Space's 'Brains' Enable Both the Launch Rocket and the Wind Satellite, Aeolus, to Do Their Jobs
Aeolus is the first space mission to acquire profiles of the wind on a global scale.
 
Inmarsat Mines a Partnership with Auxilium for IIoT and Comms
The partnership will see Auxilium deploying satellite connectivity from Inmarsat in its IIoT solutions. This will ensure that mining companies can...
 
Comtech EF Data to Supply MNO in China with Replacement Modems
This latest order for $1.9 million, specified Comtech EF Data’s CDM-625A Advanced Satellite Modems, Up & Down Frequency Converters and the...
 
UPLINK: Innovation from Glowlink
Even with planning perfect to the 99 percent ...we’ve learned that 1 percent is the difference between mission success and mission failure.
 
U.S. State Department Expresses Concern Over Inconsistent Behavior of Russian Satellite
there is no way to verify it. But Russian intentions with respect to this satellite are unclear and are obviously a very troubling development.
 
Frontier Aerospace Selected by NASA for Deep Space Engine Flight Qualification
The DSE engine will enable the design of smaller and less expensive propulsion systems for spacecraft as a result of the lower temperature...
 
Maxar’s SSL to Define Next Generation Secure MILSATCOM for the U.S. Air Force
SSL will develop, test and analyze antenna subsystem prototypes through a contract with the Space Enterprise Consortium, managed by Advanced Technology International...
 
SPARC Research, ANSYS and F1 Computer Solutions Take Simulation to a New Level
there are entrepreneurs with incredible technology ideas that can make the future a better place...it's thrilling to have game-changing startups like SPARC
 
ViaLite Presents a New Product, and Participates with the RFoF Product Family at Three International Trade Shows 
ViaLite will be featuring their state-of-the-art RF over fiber products at three different trade events this fall including the Satellite Innovation Symposium.
 
Engility Ensures NASA's Parker Solar Probe Mission Succeeds Even Under Adverse Conditions
It's exciting to contribute to a mission that could solve some of the biggest mysteries about the physics of our solar system.
 
The U.S. Army's Contract for $522 Million GATRs or the Military Procures Inflatable Satellite Antennas
antenna system has become the Warfighter's choice, for ground use in military situations in remote areas, quick deploys, or in harsh weather 
 
NSR's Revelation ... Maritime SATCOM Market will Double Over Next 10 Years
Doubling over the next 10 years, Maritime SATCOM Markets are in a growth-phase. 
 
New Cloud-Based Analytics Debuts from ORBCOMM as an IoT Solution
With ORBCOMM’s new analytics offering, its global customers can extract valuable, real-time information from their asset-based data to determine...
 
RigNet Partners with Singtel to Provide CyphreLink, a Terrestrial Encrypted Network Service
The hardware-based encryption allows military-grade data security, with little to no overhead on the payload.
 
 NASA Leaves the Driving of the Parker Solar Probe to Aerojet Rocketdyne
Throughout the journey, an in-space propulsion system supplied by Aerojet Rocketdyne will provide attitude and momentum control, and course corrections.
 
UPLINK: Innovation - C-COM Satellite Systems
“The longer you tread water, the more likely it is that someone with a big enough boot will come and stand on your head."
 
SSL Psyche'd Out by ZIN Technologies Contract for NASA/JPL Mission
As the main on-board computer, the Psyche Compute Element acts as the brain of the spacecraft, functioning as the coordinating center for command...
 
AST's New Growth Isn't Measured in Feet ... But in Continents
Expansion can mean a larger office, or an entire building to better serve their clients. How about an expansion that includes offices on three continents?
 
Uniwise Offshore is Wise to Select Thaicom's Nava™ for Their Entire Fleet
Thanks to the flexibility and scalability of the Nava broadband service, their operation can remain future-proof and competitive in the future.
 
Trimble's New GNSS Corrections Technology Achieves Horizontal Accuracies of Better than 2 Centimeters
Start-up times, commonly referred to as convergence, have also improved. Users can now achieve full accuracy in less than 15 minutes, and as fast as...