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Inmarsat’s Rebecca Cowen-Hirsch: Diversity, Distribution & Protection Key Elements of Satcom Resilience

Inmarsat's Rebecca Cowen-Hirsch: Diversity, Distribution & Protection Key Elements of Satcom Resilience - top government contractors - best government contracting event
Rebecca Cowen-Hirsch
Rebecca Cowen-Hirsch
Rebecca Cowen-Hirsch

Rebecca Cowen-Hirsch, Inmarsat senior vice president of government strategy and policy in the U.S. government business, has listed diversity, distribution and protection of space assets as the key attributes of satellite communications resilience.

Cowen-Hirsch writes in a Space News article published Mar. 28 using combined features of commercial and military satcom systems can diversify communication paths and assist interoperability in the event of an attack against milsatcom installations.

She added distribution of traffic across commercial and military space assets will work to support seamless operations regardless of threats.

The Inmarsat SVP further said protected tactical waveform commercial satellites are designed to secure government communications against jamming and interference.

“The diversity, distribution and protection of orbital assets are essential attributes of resiliency that enhance the government’s integrated satcom architecture, ensuring the government can operate in all environments, even when contested,” Cowen-Hirsch concluded.

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