The Global Positioning System (GPS) is a space-based satellite navigation system that provides location and time information in all weather conditions, anywhere on or near the earth where there is an unobstructed line of sight to four or more GPS satellites. The system provides critical capabilities to military, civil, and commercial users around the world. The United States government created the system, maintains it, and makes it freely accessible to anyone with a GPS receiver.
Global Satellite Engineering (GSE) creates innovative hardware and software for the satellite communications industry designed to unleash your imagination and give you the ability to solve unique challenges and/or create new opportunities.
Imagine the possibilities when you integrate the smallest, smartest, lightest, scriptable Iridium-based terminal into your project initiatives that require low-bandwidth data connectivity!
The GSatMicro OEM is... More
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 areas:... More
In today’s world, a Controller Area Network (CAN) is used in diverse industrial machinery which may consist of multiple... More
Iridium NEXT Constellation Tracking
Monday, January 16th, following the successful launch of SpaceX’s Falcon 9 rocket that delivered 10 satellites to low-Earth orbit for Iridium’s NEXT constellation, Global Satellite Engineering (GSE) has integrated the live positional data of the NEXT constellation into its asset tracking solution: GSatTrack.
Safety and productivity in the workplace primarily depend on employees’ health. The road transportation industry in particular, has various hazards that potentially impact the psychological as well as the physical well-being of drivers. Shortage of quality sleep, night time driving, working and being awake for an extended period of time are the key causes of fatigue. It has been discovered that being fatigued significantly increases the risk... More
September 10 is the peak of hurricane season and if you haven’t already, now is the time to evaluate your disaster preparedness and assure you have considered all plans to their full extent.
Studies reveal that more than half of all Americans (approximately 162 million people) live within 50 miles of the coast, and as many as 85 percent of the coastal counties have never experienced a direct hit from a major hurricane.
There is no comfortable... More
How to use this tool
This tool allows you to monitor the Iridium satellite network and determine which satellite is closest to your location. There are 2 methods to determine your location:
The GSatMicro is not only a small, powerful, customizable, self-contained Iridium tracker; it is one of Global Satellite Engineering’s (GSE) flagship products. GSE is a product specific enabler of the latest technology in the satellite marketplace; it is also the engineering team at the disposal of a long list of vetted industry leading resellers, partners and customers of satellite solutions and services. We deliver the latest IOT... More
Being able to accurately monitor the performance of fleet assets over time is the cornerstone of running an efficient fleet operation. GSatTrack collects, analyzes, and summarizes the most commonly used information in the Trip Report.
What is a Trip?
Before analyzing a trip report it’s important to understand how a trip is defined. In the broadest sense, a trip is any journey that an asset makes. Since GSatTrack supports a multitude of devices... More
Tracking for Multiple Sclerosis
Saturday, April 2nd, GSE (Global Satellite Engineering) will be sponsoring one of our own during his “Walk MS”; an event to create awareness and spark interest in helping the fight to cure Multiple Sclerosis. The walk, located in George English Park, Fort Lauderdale, will take place at 8:30am. During this time, GSE will be doing their own side-event called “Track MS”. To help the MS cause, GSE will be suiting up one of our walkers with a tracking device to monitor his progress.