May 2017 Edition
Tackling Cyber-Attackers to Changing Gears in UAS
Stepping Up the Battle Against Cyber-Attackers: A Spectra Perspective, By Simon Davies, Chief Executive Officer, Spectra Group (UK) Ltd. and Senior Contributor
Cyber-attack has been identified as one of the four highest priority and most pervasive of risks faced by the UK — the others being international terrorism, international military crises and major accidents or natural hazards.
Avoiding Fair Fights, and, DoD As A Space Innovator?, By Ryan Schradin, Executive Editor, GSR, and Senior Contributor
During March of this year, the Government Satellite Report team had the opportunity to attend the Washington D.C. satellite show.
Changing Gears In UAS: An NSR Analysis, By Prateep Basu, Analyst, NSR India
Ever since the new US Administration came into office, it has often been embroiled in media controversies, while some geo-political foreign policy strategy shifts, especially pertaining to usage of unmanned aircraft, have gone unnoticed.
Saving Time and Resources: Mesh Space and Ground Networks, by David K. Chan, Ph.D., Vice President, Sales & Marketing, Quintech Electronics, Inc.
Manufacturers and designers of satellite terminals (modem, transceivers) and other wireless radio devices and networks can face significant “lab logistics” challenges in testing and validating RF signals for mesh (any to any) network topologies.
SATCOM Frontier Perspectives: New Partnership Means Greater Coverage and Offering A Helping Hand To Canada, This new partnership will enable Intelsat General to offer Skynet services to their already strong existing customer base.
In early April of this year, Intelsat General entered a strategic alliance with Airbus Defence and Space that will give their customers access to the X- and UHF frequency bands using the Skynet satellite constellation, increasing the firm's capabilities and services in the APAC region.