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July 2018 Edition
Emergency Comms, SOTM/COTM, 5G, Antennas/Terminals
 
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Dispatches Part I, Information & News, by the Editors
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Dispatches Part II, Information & News, by the Editors
Milsat News and Products of Note
Features
 
Before Disaster Strikes! Make satellite part of the response plan..., By Karl Fuchs, Vice President of Technology, iDirect Government, and MilsatMagazine Senior Contributor
Disaster spares no one. It strikes when least expected... and often when we aren’t prepared.
 
Virtualized SmallSat Ground Systems...New alternatives for government and intel community programs, By Jordan Klepper, Kratos Defense
For a number of years, small satellites (smallsats) have been seen as a way to provide low cost solutions for technical demonstrations.
 
The Key To More Effective Comms Is...5G technology, By Sagi Subocki, Vice President of Products and Marketing, Softil
The ultimate promise of 5G technologies lies in its ability to deliver new, essential services that will go well beyond “instant gratification” for the Netflix and Hulu aficionados, according to Sagi Subocki, the Vice-President of Products and Marketing at Softil.
 
COTM + SOTM—More mobility, more bandwidth — meeting government requirements, By Dwight Hunsicker, Executive Vice President and General Manager, Government Solutions, Globecomm
In the world today, there is a constant need for information, intelligence and awareness — this is particularly true for military forces who may be deployed anywhere, from large cities to the most remote locations — this is where Communications-On-The Move (COTM) and SATCOM-On-The-Move (SOTM) come into play.
 
A Government-Only Commercial Satellite—Experts from SES weight in..., By Ryan Schradin, Senior Contributor and Executive Editor of SES-GS’ Government Satellite Report
Recently, SES and the Luxembourg Government jointly — through a separate entity LuxGovSat — launched their new satellite, GovSat-1.
 
Disasters, Drones & Tablets—Developing future capabilities first responders, By Bob Ashenbrenner, President, Durable Mobile Technologies
The United States has seen a significant number of record-setting natural disasters over the last few years, from the California wildfires to the back-to-back hurricanes that wreaked devastation from Puerto Rico through Florida and all the way to South-Central Texas.
 
Up In The Sky... , This is no bird, this is no jetliner... this will be DARPA’s Spaceplane
The United States has seen a significant number of record-setting natural disasters over the last few years, from the California wildfires to the back-to-back hurricanes that wreaked devastation from Puerto Rico through Florida and all the way to South-Central Texas.
 
Cyber Command and Control (C2), Tech solutions... AFCEA’s Defensive Cyberspace Operations Symposium
Artificial intelligence (AI), automation and the cloud have the potential to support Command and Control (C2) in the cyberspace domain government and industry leaders said during a panel discussion at the annual Armed Forces Communications and Electronics Association’s Defensive Cyberspace Operations Symposium in Baltimore.
 
Reliable Connectivity is a Must...For humanitarian aid and disaster relief efforts,
Last year, natural disasters caused more than $330 billion in damages from 710 catastrophic events.
 
Milsatcom Technology...Looking skyward, By Stav Gizunterman, Vice President, R&D, Orbit Communications Systems
In Military Embedded Systems’ June 2017 article, “Secure satellite communications for warfighters on the move”, Technology Editor, Mariana Iriarte, cites that today’s military satellite communications development is being driven by mobility, Beyond-Line-of-Sight (BLOS) capabilities and security.
 
Ensuring Unified Emergency Comms...for first responders and NGOs, By Simon Davies, Chief Executive Officer, Spectra Group, and Senior Contributor, MilsatMagazine
National disasters can have a devastating effect on conventional communications. Hurricanes, Tsunamis and earthquakes can render land based systems useless.
 
Protecting SAP Systems for Cybersecurity—Three key areas for governments and municipalites, By Thomas Kastner, Managing Director and Chief Technology Officer, Virtual Forge GmbH
Technology and, just as importantly, data, were always important — yes, even before the internet fully emerged.
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