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SitRep: Delivered

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About Iridium Every 15 minutes, you can look up into the sky from anywhere on earth and if you have great eyesight or a telescope, chances are you will see a tiny moving dot in the sky - no it’s not a bird, not a plane, not Superman, but it could be an Iridium Satellite orbiting across the globe. Iridium is a uniquely sophisticated global constellation of 66 cross-linked Low Earth Orbit (LEO) satellites, creating the Iridium network that...
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Let's Go Micro Shared View

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Let’s Go Micro is Live! Click Here to View Click Here to Follow Over the past few months, we have been planning and posting about a content series called Let’s Go Micro. It’s a pleasure to announce that we have finally launched the series, which will be following our Product Manager, Justin, our Social Media Manager, Sarah, and our Adventure Dog, Osito on a tour throughout the United States and Canada for the duration of 2020. This is our...
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Let's Go Micro - a Primer

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Way back before the rona put us all on lockdown, we made a teaser post on our Insta about a special content series that we would be launching in May called Let’s Go Micro. Odds are pretty good that we won’t be kicking that series off quite as soon as we had originally planned, and probably won’t get it into full swing as quickly as we’d like, but we’re definitely still going to be getting out there when it is safe to do so. Knowing...
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M2M in Chemical Warehousing

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Machine to machine (M2M), is the label given to any technology that allows networked devices to exchange data and execute tasks without the physical involvement by humans. This can be as simple as notifying a distributor when a particular item is running low or as advanced as turning an oil pipeline off in the event of malfunction. There is no end to the opportunities for which M2M technologies can be applied, from large scale logistics...
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Hacking Satellite: M2M and Parking

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The last few articles from the Hacking Satellite Series have been related to autonomous vehicles and the opportunities they will create within the satellite ecosystem. As a brief departure, this is a great opportunity for us to take a quick look at the foundation for the next few articles in that series by examining M2M (Machine to Machine) from a core level. Is it really any different from IoT (Internet of Things) or “smart” technologies?...
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Military GPS Integration and Solutions - M-Code, SAASM, & L2

Military GPS Integration and Solutions - M-Code, SAASM, & L2
As GPS threats continue to develop technology, the security of the GPS network remains a high priority. As GPS is heavily utilized throughout high-precision operations, general navigation, and situational awareness, trusted location information is vital. A brief overview of the GPS signal enhancements encompasses encryption, anti-jamming features, and dual signal validation. A quick review of military GPS features includes: M-Code: Initially...
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GSatMicro Puts Driver Safety First

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Since 2009, almost every household in the US has had a smart phone and it wasn’t long after that people started using the added features of these phones to track their friends and family. But for truck drivers heading to the frozen north of Alaska or through the mountains of Colorado, cell coverage isn’t available. Trucking companies know this and use technology that seamlessly transitions from satellite communication to cellular technology...
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Discover the latest technology in the satcom industry

Discover the latest technology in the satcom industry
Rapid technological advancements have swelled into a tsunami of change resulting in great shifts within the overall IoT, M2M, and satellite-related industries. Business models and operations are undergoing fast changes, while increasingly revolutionary solutions are becoming available. One cannot help to think about potential opportunities that were previously unattainable as well as nascent possibilities that still escape one’s...
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GSatMicro Iridium Terminal - More than just a tracking device

GSatMicro Iridium Terminal - More than just a tracking device
There are quite a few satellite terminals in the market that enable all of the standard features that one would expect from a tracking device. Over the years, engineers of Global Satellite Engineering (GSE) have listened to challenges presented by customers and have analyzed the corresponding technology shortcomings. GSE’s GSatMicro series was developed to fill these voids in the market and exceed industry standards in the following...
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Universal CANbus solution remotely monitors vehicles and heavy machinery of all types

In today’s world, a Controller Area Network (CAN) is used in diverse industrial machinery which may consist of multiple microcontroller modules that need to communicate to each other for safe, efficient and uninterrupted operation and provide an extended functionality. Be it a refrigerating trailer unit or paver, a bus or a drilling rig, a truck or a combine-harvester, they all utilize a very sophisticated communication mechanism with...
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