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GCA Summit 2015: What you Need to Know

By | July 24, 2015

Like “Big Data” and the “Internet of Things,” the “Connected Aircraft” has moved from a concept, to a buzzword, to a here-and-now reality. Nowhere was that more evident than at this year’s Global Connected Aircraft Summit where airlines, satellite operators and everyone in-between came together to discuss what connectivity means for multiple industries. While much [...]

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HTS: Good Reason to Get Amped!

It comes with its share of challenges, but High-Throughput Satellites (HTS) will also bring about great innovation in the amplifier market and beyond. HTS have caused increased collaboration between vendor and customers and it will elevate the industry to a more competitive level to the benefit of all, insiders say.

By | July 24, 2015

Antenna Future

Next Generation Technology Signals the Future of Antenna Innovation

Antenna manufacturers address design, optimization, and implementation challenges with emerging technologies such as intelligent control mechanisms, planar concepts and flat antennas, metamaterial and electronically steerable antennas, and solutions for satellite antenna deployment in hazard environment.

By | July 24, 2015

Mark Holmes Photo

Connected Transportation and the New Nodes in a Network

Transportation now needs to be connected. Whether it is a car, aircraft or a ship, the demand for always-on communications is ubiquitous. This connectivity can improve the passenger/customer experience, but it can also be part of improving operations and efficiency. The “connected” transportation market in some ways is nothing new to the satellite industry, but [...]

By | July 24, 2015

Nina Beebe

World Radiocommunication Conference: Satellite Services at Stake

World Radiocommunication Conferences (WRC) come around every three or four years, and provide the satellite industry an opportunity to seek spectrum and rationalize international regulations. Like other WRCs, November’s conference has a variety of opportunities and threats for the satellite industry.

By | July 24, 2015

Ben Boyes

Generation Next: Ben Boyes, Airbus

Ben Boyes, deputy engineering manager for the ExoMars Rover Vehicle Project, Earth Observation, Navigation & Science Space Systems at Airbus, is working on shaping the Mars Rover Project, a robotic vehicle that will be used to gather information on the red planet. He says there is “nothing quite like it,” and that the problems they [...]

By | July 24, 2015

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