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  • Business models available for download

    Two business models to help product developers define, select and prioritise new features for their products in the satcom broadband market are now available for download to ESA Member States and Canada.

  • ESA supported projects for DVB-RCS

    Broadband satellite communications can connect users located anywhere. The open standard DVB-RCS contributes greatly to increased connectivity and its rising popularity is making an impact in the market. ESA supports a wide range of projects, which encourage adoption of the DVB-RCS standard, providing positive benefits for all.

  • Future Mobile Satellite Services require increased spectrum

    Regulators from more than 15 European countries met in Berlin on 27 September to address the global shortfall of mobile satellite spectrum.

  • Spectrum allocation needs for MSS to be discussed at workshop in Berlin

    ESA and the Industrial Project team ESA_1-5800 are hosting a workshop to discuss the need for additional spectrum allocations to Mobile Satellite Service (MSS). This workshop is set to take place 27 September 2010 in Berlin.

  • Workshop on the Status and Evolutions of the Satcom Market 2010

    Several ARTES 1 studies analysing the status and evolutions of the satcom market will be be presented at an ESA-sponsored workshop on the 20 and 21 of January 2010 at Space Expo in Noordwijk, The Netherlands.

  • Show Me the Money in Satellite Broadband!

    Making the right decisions to ensure the marketability of a product is key for any industry and the satellite broadband market is no exception. A two-day workshop will be taking place at ESA's ESTEC facility in Noordwijk, The Netherlands on the 27 and 28 of May 2010 to help with this process.

  • ARTES 1 workshop offers a glimpse into future satcom markets

    More than 100 participants from ESA´s Member States and Canada attended the ARTES 1 workshop Status and Evolutions of the Satcom Market, which took place the 20 and 21 of January at Space Expo located at ESA´s ESTEC facility in Noordwijk, the Netherlands.

  • ITT issued for study to explore communications in the Arctic

    Melting ice at the North Pole is opening up new possibilities for development in the Arctic. Coupled with the fact that the commercial shipping industry is already making use of the North East passage, a need for higher bandwidth satellite communication systems is becoming apparent.

  • Status and Evolutions of the Satcom Market workshop

    Several ARTES 1 studies analysing the status and evolutions of the satcom market will be be presented at an ESA-sponsored workshop on the 20 and 21 of January 2010 at Space Expo in Noordwijk, The Netherlands.

  • Satcom integration with Next Generation Networks using IMS 2009

    While Next Generation Networks (NGN) were being deployed in terrestrial communication networks, ESA launched initiatives in order to define how satellite communication systems should integrate into these future multi-services all IP networks.