OneWeb plans to start global coverage with the Low-Earth Orbit constellation by the end of the year.
Spacecom has been multiplying its initiatives to establish itself on the market for telecom services via satellite in Africa.
Sateliot is building a constellation of Low-Earth Orbit (LEO) satellites to provide narrowband IoT under the 3GPP standard.
SES-18 and SES-1 are due to start services in June after using onboard hydrazine-fueled propulsion to reach their geostationary orbital slots.
The contract consists of Cobham Satcom’s multi-orbit capable Tactical Tracker terminal series and Explorer 8120 vehicle mount tracking antenna.
Inmarsat’s satellite coverage in APAC is set to double after Australian ground stations go live.
A new tactical radio solution that addresses existing Push-To-Talk limitations has been launched in collaboration with Cobham Satcom.
NanoAvionics has built three satellites for OQ Technology to date, two of which are already in orbit.
The LTS platform will have four variants including personnel, vehicular, maritime and aeronautical terminals.