Mobile broadband is in demand everywhere and it has revolutionised the way in which we communicate and access information. It also means that users’ expectations are much higher and the pressure is on to deliver a connected experience no matter where they are.This capability is particularly critical for business customers and enterprise network service providers where fast, reliable connectivity is an absolute must and downtime is not an option. A plethora of industries rely upon high speed mobile connectivity: rail, cruise lines, yachting, oil and gas, shipping, vehicle fleet operators, the military, business and commercial aviation. This vital connection enables passengers and crew to stay in touch with friends, family and social media, it makes operations more efficient, it enables constant monitoring of equipment, sharing of information and easy and rapid updates to software – it is at the core of any business that has remote, mobile assets.Read More
Phasor was founded to develop innovative phased-array, flat panel antennas for the mobile broadband services market. The modular, electronically steerable antenna is expected to provide significant advantages to the aeronautical, maritime, land-mobile and defence sectors in terms of performance, durability, reliability and scalability. Amy Saunders spoke with David Helfgott, CEO of Phasor Solutions, to find out more about the company’s technology, progress to date, and outlook for the antenna market.Read More
Almost a year ago, the SME Instrument of the European Commission recognised that Phasor was developing a unique, game-changing technology. It awarded the Company a prestigious €2million grant through its Horizon 2020 program. A year down the line and Phasor has made excellent progress and can now report that, after completion of its second development milestone, the team is halfway to commercial launch of its exceptional technology slated for the second half of 2017.Read More
SmallSats: Change Agents from the Ground Up
SmallSats are spurring innovation across the industry including on the ground segment, which will ultimately influence all operators, regardless of size.
By Caleb Henry