A competitive ‘no touch’ satcom service solution is now simplifying the deployment of satellite communication networks in isolated areas.
Austria-based Space-Lock has successfully developed a mini HDRA, known as MiRA (Mini Release Actuator), supported by ESA ARTES Core Competitiveness Programme - Advanced Technology and the Austrian Space Agency.
The European Space Agency (ESA) has signed a landmark agreement with GSMA, heralding a major step forward in links between the mobile and satellite industries, and the accelerated integration of satellite-terrestrial connectivity.
A user-friendly, high-class online simulation capability service for the satcom industry has been created and commercialised by Finnish SME ‘Magister Solutions Ltd.’, in a project supported by the ARTES Core Competitiveness programme.
Norwegian technology company Kratos has developed the first ever wideband fully software-defined hub, signalling a significant step forward in satcom ground systems.
In a workshop jointly organised by ESA and Eurescom GmbH in June in Gothenburg, Non-Terrestrial Networks – or ‘NTNs’ turned out to be the major talking point – and quite possibly the hottest topic on the table.
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