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May 2015 Edition
ISR, Sensors, SIGINT/HUMINT, Interference, Electronic Warfare and more...
 
Dispatches
 
Dispatches Part I, Information & News, by the Editors
Milsat News and Products of Note
 
Dispatches Part II, Information & News, by the Editors
Milsat News and Products of Note
 
Dispatches Part III, Information & News, by the Editors
Milsat News and Products of Note
Features
 
Consignment Intelligence, By Giles Peeters, Senior Contributor + Defence Sector Director, Track24 Defence
When a country goes to war, instruction is passed from the highest serving public minister, to government, and then to a unit or department responsible for preparing for the ensuing engagement.
 
An Open Architecture ISR Solution, By Brad Truesdell, Director of Strategy, Harris Government Communications Systems Division
In a time of fiscal austerity, open architecture systems provide a means to integrate varying systems and enable warfighters to leverage the full capabilities of these systems.
 
Command Center: Michael Zalle, General Partner + V.P., Squire Tech Solutions
Michael Zalle has been the driving force of Sales and Marketing for Squire Tech Solutions since May of 2008.
 
Property Interest In Space: Recent U.S. Policy Developments, By Elizabeth H. Evans, Partner, Dentons
Who owns space? All of us? None of us? These questions are becoming increasingly relevant.
 
Upholding U.S. Space Supremacy, By Kay Sears, President, Intelsat General Corporation
In organizations around the world, “studying” a problem is often just a way of postponing a difficult decision.
 
Mobile Devices Make Every Soldier + Every Worker A Sensor, By Mike Gundling, V.P., Product Management, TerraGo Technologies
Only eight years ago, iPhone3 and Android devices debuted with Global Positioning System capabilities and leveraged the U.S. investment in location-based satellite technology for the benefit of commercial industry and consumers.
 
A Keysight Technologies FOCUS: Using Commercial Best Practices For Success In NewSpace, This happens to be a most exciting time in the space business. The industry is energized and changing rapidly. The term NewSpace has emerged to describe these changes.
History has seen many different industries make the transition from low volume and high cost to high volume and low cost. Ensuring product quality through such a transition is a difficult task.
 
Space Foundation’s Space Watch: Time To Be Bullish On Space, Once Again, By Elliot Holokauahi Pulham, Chief Executive Officer, Space Foundation
There was no mistaking the excitement in the air all throughout our recent 31st Space Symposium.
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