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Beam-switching Tech Successfully Tested on Predator Drone

New Government Airborne Applications Drive Need for Unique Satellite Capabilities

Airborne Satellite Service — Helping the Military See Clearly

This week I was honored to speak on a panel at the Satellite 2016 show at National Harbor across the Potomac from Washington, DC. The…

Building ISR Needs Into Special Operations Planning

The growing deployment of special forces continues to drive ISR demands higher, leading to greater reliance on more satellite bandwidth. But the new budgetary climate…

Next Generation Satellite Systems Offer Huge Benefits for AISR

Next-generation high-throughput satellite (HTS) systems are right around the corner, and will provide huge performance benefits for airborne intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance (AISR) DoD missions.…

Commercial Industry Needs Clear Requirements, Not R&D Incentives

The need for the DoD to improve the procurement process for satellite services is a regular topic in the trade press. But it is clear…

The Criticality of Drones

Last month an interesting article was published in Government Executive’s Defense One publication. The piece was titled “The U.S. Needs More Drones,” and it discussed…

aXiom by Tachyon™ Gets Airborne With Successful Launch of Broad-based COTM Solutions

Tachyon Networks today announced the launch of its aXiom 7000 Series of end-to-end Communications-on-the-Move (COTM) solutions for air, land and sea. Encompassing all hardware, application…

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