July 2017 Edition
SOTM/COTM, Antennas/Terminals, RF Solutions
Meeting Government Requirements: COTM & SOTM: More Mobility, More Bandwidth, by Dwight Hunsicker, Executive Vice President and General Manager, Government Solutions, Globecomm
In today’s world there is a constant need for information, intelligence and awareness.
Shrinking UAS Assets Calls for Tiny Antennas... and Big Trouble, by Paul Hopkins, Senior Director for Government Programs, SES Government Solutions
Airborne ISR — the use of manned and unmanned aerial systems (UAS) for intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance — continues to evolve to address current and future challenges facing America’s military.
How the Modern Tactical Battlefield Has Become A Vast Digital Data Exchange, by Simon Davies, Senior Contributor and CEO of Spectra Group (UK) Ltd.
The nature of warfare has changed greatly over time yet certain aspects of battle have stayed the same for many centuries — namely, the importance of maintaining effective command and control of deployed forces and the need to communicate securely.
The HPA Corner: Affordable SATCOM Capabilities for Mission Support, by Rebecca Cowen-Hirsch, Senior Vice President, U.S. Government Business Unit, Inmarsat
Recognizing that one size does not fit all, the Hosted Payload Alliance welcomes the U.S. government’s exploration of new business models for commercial satellite communications (SATCOM), including hosted payloads.
An Inside Look: How Budgets Affect Space & Air Force Secretary on Space Priorities , The budget request reflects a formal Major Force Program for space for the first time
Even though one influential Senator called President Trump’s 2018 budget proposal for the Defense Department “dead on arrival,” there are many positive takeaways for the national security space community that could very well survive as the budget moves through both houses of Congress.