Blue Sky Network, a supplier of satellite tracking and communication solutions for aviation, land and marine, has entered a partnership with Avionics Services, a company that develops, installs and certifies avionics equipment for the civilian and military aviation markets.
The ArduSat 1 and ArduSat 10 satellites, partly built in Australia, assembled by U.S.-based company NanoSatisfi, and funded by crowd-funding website KickStarter, are currently on board the Japanese cargo module HTV4, which launched from the Japanese island of Tanegashima on August 4.
Asia Broadcast Satellite (ABS) confirmed the build of ABS 2A, a multi-beam, 48-transponder Ku satellite that will be launched in the fourth quarter of 2015 to ABS’ prime location at 75 degrees east.
U.K.-based Surrey Satellite Technology is no stranger to delivering small satellite missions, in fact, since the company’s birth in 1981, it has already launched 41 of such spacecraft.
CPI International and its wholly owned subsidiary Communications & Power Industries (CPI) have acquired M C L, a manufacturer of power amplifier products and systems for the satellite communications market and a wholly owned subsidiary of MITEQ
Despite seeing a 23 percent revenue increase in 2012, the satellite manufacturing sector also saw the biggest loss of U.S. jobs
The birth of Skyware Technologies on May 23 will create the potential for better industry focus.
Thales Alenia Space is one of the top satellite manufacturers competing in an uber-competitive marketplace with the likes of Space Systems Loral (SSL), Astrium, Boeing, and Orbital Sciences among others. Sami Ben-Amor, Thales Alenia Space’s product line management director for telecommunications admitted that 2012 was a “medium” year for the company and attributes the low […]
Jay Gullish, director of Space & Telecommunications at Futron, vividly recalls his reaction last year when Boeing made its groundbreaking announcement about launching two satellites with all-electric propulsion for two different customers – Satmex and ABS – in the same slot, on the same rocket. “Innovation and satellite manufacturing are not always words that end […]
Surrey Satellite Technology US (SST-US) has moved into a new purpose-built company headquarters and satellite manufacturing facility in Englewood, Colo.