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December 2018 Edition
YEAR IN REVIEW
 
Features
 
An NSR ANALYSIS: 2018 — A Year of Optimism in Government and Military SATCOM Markets, By Brad Grady, Senior Analyst
According to NSR’s Government & Military Satellite Communications, 15th edition report, the outlook for Government and Military SATCOM Markets will exceed $71 billion in retail revenues over the next ten years.
 
Taking Significant Steps Toward a New Path of Unified SATCOM, By Rebecca Cowen-Hirsch, Senior Vice President of Government Strategy and Policy, Inmarsat Government
Taken as a whole, space-related actions in 2018 have signified the promise of a sea change in the way the U.S. government acquires critical satellite communication capabilities. 
 
Transforming Command and Control in the Digital Age, By Marc Melviez, Chief Strategy Officer, Geospatial Division, Hexagon Digital
Confronted with asymmetric warfare since the end of the cold war, NATO Allies have maintained an edge over potential enemies thanks to their advanced Command and Control (C2) systems. Moreover, dominance in the air and in space has allowed almost unimpeded Intelligence Surveillance and Reconnaissance (ISR) coverage of threat areas.
 
Space Warfare: Train like you fight., By Adam Krause, Analytical Graphics, Inc. (AGI)
Why should we care about space threats? Isn’t space peaceful? Unfortunately, no.
YEAR IN REVIEW
 
Year in Review 2018: Part I, Advantech Wireless Technologies • ATLAS Space Operations • Ball Aerospace • Boeing Space and Launch
Advantech Wireless Technologies • ATLAS Space Operations • Ball Aerospace • Boeing Space and Launch 
 
Year in Review 2018: Part II, CPI Antenna Systems Division • EM Solutions • ExOS Aerospace • FOXCOM
CPI Antenna Systems Division • EM Solutions • ExOS Aerospace • FOXCOM  
 
Year in Review 2018: Part III, Globecomm • iDirect Government • KenCast, Inc. • Keysight Technologies
Globecomm • iDirect Government • KenCast, Inc. • Keysight Technologies
 
Year in Review 2018: Part IV, Microchip Technology • Modular Devices, Inc. (MDI) • Newtec • Norsat
Microchip Technology • Modular Devices, Inc. (MDI) • Newtec • Norsat
 
Year in Review 2018: Part V, Paradigm Communication Systems • Spectra Group (UK) Ltd. • Walton De-Ice • Wavestream • World Wide Technology • XTAR
Paradigm Communication Systems • Spectra Group (UK) Ltd. • Walton De-Ice • Wavestream • World Wide Technology • XTAR
 
Executive Spotlight, Richard White, President, SSL Government Systems
Mr. Richard White is President of SSL Government Systems, where is he is responsible for leveraging SSL and Maxar Technologies capabilities to serve the U.S. Government. He has served in senior management roles across multiple companies and mission areas, including intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance, satellite antennas and payloads, and cyber security.
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