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Odysseus Space to Enhance RBC Signals’ Ground Infrastructure

By | August 2, 2018

An RBC Signals ground station antenna. Photo Credit: RBC Signals

RBC Signals, a company enabling the flexible delivery of real-time data from satellites in Low Earth Orbit (LEO), and Odysseus Space are joining forces to enhance RBC Signals’ global ground infrastructure network, coverage, and capabilities. Odysseus Space will make available to RBC Signals, and its commercial satellite operator customers, the excess capacity of four of Taiwan National Space Agency (NSPO) key ground station antennas. Strategically situated in various locations across Taiwan, the antennas will expand RBC Signals’ coverage capabilities in the Southeast Asia region.

Established in April 2016, Odysseus Space provides support for space activities in Asia and worldwide, with a focus on small satellites and related deep space and swarm solutions. The company aims to enhance and facilitate international cooperation between Asia and the rest of the world, to expand the scope of nanosatellite missions.

RBC Signals combines the excess capacity of existing ground stations with RBC-owned stations located across the globe to provide real-time, low latency data delivery and data processing capabilities. The RBC Signals global ground station network currently includes more than 62 antennas in over 41 strategic locations worldwide.