Meeting the Demands of the Remote: GSE's Satellite Connectivity Solutions
As the world becomes more connected, the challenges of remaining in touch, even in the most remote corners of the globe, continue to shift and evolve. Enterprises that rely on consistent tracking for their off-grid assets—whether they're vehicles, machinery, boats, or people—need solutions that can adapt to that ever-changing connectivity landscape. GSE has been... More
As the heightened environmental disasters increase across the globe, so has the focus on improving emergency response preparedness as well as updating remote communications. More often, entire regions lack communications infrastructure due to disaster, and realize, sometimes too late, the necessity to establish a satellite communications backup solution or to replace their End-of-Life (EOL) equipment.
Iridium’s unique constellation... More
The GSE Leverage
One major way GSE stands out from the rest of the industry is its direct access to GSE’s network of advanced satellite technology focused engineers. Combine that with GSE’s Linux based, open source, intelligent Iridium terminals, the GSatMicro Series & MCG-101, and GSE’s network agnostic telematics software platform, GSatTrack, and you can make dramatic strides ahead toward your project success.
Tracking for Everyone
GSatTrack is Part of Any Best in Class Solution
GSatTrack is an incredibly powerful telematics visualization platform, and its reputation in the industry is beginning to precede any conversations we have with potential clients. While that is very exciting for us, it is also an opportunity to make sure everyone fully understands exactly why customers, partners, and resellers across dozens of markets refuse to work with... More
Winter is creeping its way upon us, and brings with it snow in 70% of the United States. Snow depth measuring is a very analog process involving no more than a snow stake in the ground and someone to read it via camera or in person. In theory that’s a solid way to gauge the snow, but in reality, there are environmental barriers to accuracy, mainly wind. A snow stake at the base of the mountain pass could read 10cm at 6 AM, so it’s clear... More
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... More
When the unexpected disaster hits and cell towers go down, Satellite phones are the typical next means of communication. More often than not, however, extended time has elapsed since any use of those satellite phones. Satellite phones oten get misplaced, or ownership gets lost due to employee turnover, or the batteries are left uncharged and there is a scramble to get reconnected.
What if you could leverage the Iridium Satellite Constellation to ... More
Perfect for use with the MCG-101
The GSE Automotive 3-Band Antenna is an Iridium certified antenna, intended for land/mobile applications for the purpose of supporting voice and data communication systems. Mounted antennas provide additional clarity and connection integrity for vehicular systems because of their positioning atop the vehicle where a direct line of sight with satellites is available.
2019 was a massive year for the development and deployment of 5G, and many of the industry's best minds have already been able to process the implications for SatCom, and as such, it is important for our clients and partners to understand the future opportunities as well as the conversations that will be swirling about. As it is, there is hardly a consensus with regard to the exact role of existing satellite networks in the 5G future, but most... More
Most GIS systems incorporate mapping imagery or layers is by purchasing licenses from a single mapping provider. This provider may also offer additional historical satellite imagery for use by the GIS provider, but the images provided may be antiquated or out of date, with recent construction or natural events which change the natural landscape and topography of an area omitted. To address this, clients often opt to use their own imagery in... More