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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

Rebecca Cowen-Hirsch, senior vice president of government strategy and policy at Inmarsat Government, wrote in a MilsatMagazine article that there are several measures the U.S. government can consider to further advance the development of an integrated satellite communications architecture and one is the implementation of a "commercial first" strategy.


Inmarsat is seeking to meet increased U.S. military and commercial demand for more bandwidth in the Middle East and Europe with its Global Xpress 5 communications satellite, C4ISRNET reported Thursday. “GX5, adding to that mix, looks at an area where we've got increased and significant demand. It is a very, very dense environment for commercial as well as military," said Rebecca Cowen-Hirsch, senior vice president of government strategy and policy at Inmarsat Government.


Rebecca Cowen-Hirsch of Inmarsat Government wrote in a SatMagazine article that the commercial satellite communications industry supports government customers' missions and understand their requirements by investing in programs and capabilities that seek to improve the mobility, redundancy, flexibility, throughput, protection and resilience of satcom systems.


Industry experts and military leaders say the Department of Defense should collaborate with enterprises to come up with a new satellite architecture that could support military functions amid the rising space threats, C4ISRNET reported ThursdayRebecca Cowen-Hirsch, senior vice president of government strategy and policy at Inmarsat Government, said commercial satellite providers could help the military quickly build and deploy new platforms to support missions.

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