GSM (Global System for Mobile Communications, originally Groupe Spécial Mobile), is a standard developed by the European Telecommunications Standards Institute (ETSI) to describe protocols for second-generation (2G) digital cellular networks used by mobile phones, first deployed in Finland in July 1992. As of 2014 it has become the default global standard for mobile communications - with over 90% market share, operating in over 219 countries and territories.
When launching rockets, finding them saves millions of dollars
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 imagination.... 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
Smart innovation is what drives the development of new products and methods that permit organizations to anticipate future demands, and to stay ahead of the competition, or in the case of the DoD, to stay ahead of dangerous enemies. However, it’s not just about the technology alone; innovative technology is what opens up creative ways to explore the capabilities technology extends, which is required to stimulate insights that fuel strategic... More
By all accounts, the Internet of Things (IoT) is the great and next industrial revolution. Massive data analytics and storage capacity, millions of communicating ‘things’ and lower cost data services have made it possible to consider a new plethora of connected devices. The mass scale is evident in the Consumer and B2B markets. The average modern home and its high speed internet may soon be supporting 200 plus Wi-Fi connected devices, even... 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.
- Getting Started
- Using Basic Features
- Using Advanced Features
So you’ve recently purchased or may have been handed this unit for testing and are now wondering about the very small and mighty GSatMicro. What is the first thing you notice once you’ve pulled that elegant black cover off the black box it neatly came in? At first glance it is the small size, but how about what it promises to deliver? You will be surprised how easy it is to handle this personal tracker since you can basically stow it in any... More