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Radio Holland has extended its Ku-band VSAT coverage above Northern Europe and Russia, with improved coverage now stretching from the Kara Sea to the Pacific Ocean.
Inmarsat has joined the €6.6 million Advanced Autonomous Waterborne Applications Initiative (AAWA) recently launched by Rolls-Royce, a project which aims to produce the specification and preliminary designs for a range of ship solutions in the area of unmanned vessel operation.
Vessel communications company bobz GmbH has announced a new version of its GSM-based shipznet system, focusing on ships travelling in European waters.
Globalstar has announced an agreement with Identec Solutions which will see Globalstar’s STX3 chipset integrated into a new asset-tracking solution, which can be used to track items like containers anywhere in the world.
After five tumultuous years, Inmarsat can finally celebrate the successful launch of the third satellite in its Global Xpress constellation after the spacecraft was sent safely into orbit today from the Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan – paving the way for the introduction of global service on the network later this…
SpeedCast has announced its half year 2015 results through to the end of June, reporting 38 per cent growth in its maritime business year-on-year.
Radio Holland in Singapore has signed a managed service agreement (MSA) with Thome Ship Management that will cover the maintenance of marine electronic equipment, including navigation, communication, automation and IT systems, on nine vessels for four years.
Intellian reports that it has partnered with Telenor Satellite Broadcasting (TSBc) to receive approval for use of its 60cm and 1m VSAT platforms on the TSBc Ka-band satellite, THOR 7.
Intelsat has announced the successful launch of its Intelsat 34 satellite from French Guiana, aboard an Ariane 5 vehicle on August 20th, which will bolster the company’s Ku-band capacity for the maritime market.
Flat panel antenna company Kymeta and Japanese consumer electronics giant SHARP have announced a development agreement to design products for the mobile satellite communications market.
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