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The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency has named the teams that will work on a program that aims to develop an intersatellite optical communications terminal for enabling satellite constellations to communicate in space. Eleven teams from academia and the commercial industry received other transaction agreements to perform phase 1 research and development work for the […] More
L3Harris Technologies, Inmarsat‘s U.S. business arm and industry partners have showcased remote network operations at a Special Operations Forces-focused event to support the Joint All-Domain Command and Control initiative of the military. Inmarsat said Monday the demonstration for satellite communications connectivity featured the company employing its Global Xpress worldwide wideband service and L3Harris using airborne […] More
A new Inmarsat report has called on national governments, regulators and industry to adopt a coordinated action to address the threat posed by space debris and handle the expansion of mega-constellations of satellites in low-Earth orbit to prevent orbital collisions. The Space Sustainability Report offers several recommendations to improve safety and operations in space, such […] More
Inmarsat and Honeywell have introduced a new satellite communications service for government and business airborne users. SwiftJet is backed by Inmarsat’s ELERA satellite network and is set to become commercially available in the first half of 2023 to deliver inflight connectivity over L-band, Inmarsat said Monday. SwiftJet uses Honeywell-built hardware that can be installed on […] More
Kevin Powers, a cybersecurity policy professor at Boston College, will bring his experience as a researcher and lawyer to the growth advisory board of CyberSaint, where he will serve as a strategic adviser. He will be responsible for helping CyberSaint secure its market position while increasing its customers and product capabilities, the information technology service […] More
Inmarsat has expanded its 14-geostationary satellite fleet with the launch of the first of seven dual-band communications spacecraft planned for liftoff through 2024. The Inmarsat-6 F1 satellite took off Wednesday aboard Mitsubishi Heavy Industries’ H-IIA launch rocket from the JAXA Tanegashima Space Center in Japan, to form the company’s next-generation satellite broadband network, the U.K.-based […] More
Rocket propulsion company Ursa Major Technologies has raised $85 million in a round of Series C funding led by accounts and funds managed by BlackRock and will use the capital to ramp up the development and production of liquid rocket engines for hypersonic and launch applications. Ursa Major said Tuesday it intends to manufacture one […] More
Global investment firm Carlyle announced on Thursday that the company has agreed to acquire CNSI from Alvarez & Marsal Capital Partners. The acquisition is expected to close by the end of the month, subject to customary closing conditions. “We are delighted about this opportunity to partner with Carlyle as we continue to execute exquisitely for […] More
Rebecca Cowen-Hirsch, senior vice president of Government Policy & Strategy at Inmarsat, took part in her first Executive Spotlight interview with ExecutiveBiz to discuss the impact of developing global networks with the use of 5G and IoT capabilities, the challenges of emerging in the current space technology market, Inmarsat’s growth strategies and more. “We started as a global […] More
Robert Cardillo, former director of the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency and a four-time Wash100 awardee, said the U.S. should support its space-based infrastructure with a responsive launch capability to help deter adversaries and improve national security. He wrote in a commentary published Friday on Defense News that the Department of Defense should come up with resources […] More
At first glance, the world of government contracting may seem like an unnavigable and tangled web of task orders, contract awards and vehicles granted from mysterious government organizations that only the biggest companies can win. In actuality, a deep understanding of the government’s priorities and rules governing the GovCon sector enables a firm of any […] More
ST Engineering announced on Thursday the 30th anniversary of the company’s commercial aircraft maintenance operations at the Mobile Aeroplex at Brookley. The Mobile facility, Mobile Aerospace Engineering, was established in 1990 and obtained its Federal Aviation Administration 145 Repair Station Approval for airframe maintenance on Jan. 17, 1991, and operations began the same year. “We […] More
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