SES deploys communications solution with O3b

Customers were able to use mobile phones and tablets outside of Wi-Fi range
SES deploys communications solution with O3b

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SES Government Solutions (SES GS) unveiled a comprehensive Netcentric communications solution for field-deployed units during a demonstration for U.S. Government customers last month.

By combining O3b’s satellite broadband connectivity and RIVA Network’s field deployable 4G nanoLTE solution, the SES solution delivers real-time High Definition (HD) video feeds and imagery files stored in the cloud to individual members of remote field teams. The same link also allows those deployed teams to collect and send raw sensor and video data back to off-site data analysis and command centres.

“The U.S. Government can now integrate smartphones into remote field operations and create a mobile workforce without facing any delays in communication and with full connectivity all the way back to U.S.-based analysts and decision-makers,” said president and CEO of SES GS Pete Hoene.

“We are proud to be poised and ready to support a global, mobile network for our customers with this capability,” he added.

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