Satelitte mobile communications provider Inmarsat and radio and satellite communications solutions company Cobham SATCOM have been contracted to connect 732 fishing vessels active in the Maldives Economic Exclusion Zone to Inmarsat’s Fleet One maritime broadband services.
Satellite communications provider Inmarsat has teamed up with satellite access station manufacturer Cobham SATCOM to launch a comprehensive new Broadband Global Area Network (BGAN) push-to-talk (PTT) solution to connect remote workers using vehicles across the globe.
Inmarsat and Cobham SATCOM have put on show at a US industry event the Inmarsat SwiftBroadband unmanned aerial vehicle (SB-UAV) satellite communications service as the vehicles become the fastest-growing sector of the aerospace industry.
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