Globalstar’s Sat-Browse to Enable Faster Satellite Web Access
Globalstar announced the introduction of Sat-Browse, a new internet compression and search engine technology powered by Yippy. According to Globalstar, Sat-Browse enhances the internet browsing experience for the company’s satellite subscribers through quick access to text-based information and decreased load times for data from the web or corporate data silos. Supporting multiple languages, Sat-Browse allows users to stay informed when beyond cellular with faster access to news, sports, weather and informational or educational sites. Read More >
Learn how the IoT is protecting reindeer from trains in Norway
Globalstar Europe Satellite Services has implemented its technology for the development of the SaveMyReindeer solution. Developed by animal tracking specialist FindMy, this IoT solution is designed to prevent trains from colliding with reindeer in Norway’s hinterland. Each year, trains kill about 6,500 of the Nordic region’s 600,000 reindeer, with an estimated loss of 8.5 million euros ($10 million) worth of livestock.
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Globalstar, IPmotion Create Subsidiary for MSS in Japan
Globalstar and IPmotion have partnered to create a new joint subsidiary, Globalstar Japan, which will offer a suite of Mobile Satellite Services (MSS) and products with voice, data, asset monitoring, tracking and emergency S.O.S. capabilities for the consumer, enterprise and government markets.
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Rescue at the Push of a Satellite Button: An SSPI Perspective for SatMagazine
Joe Hiscock and his son look forward each year to hunting on the south coast of Newfoundland, Canada Their cabin is 35 miles from the nearest road and accessible only by private helicopter or snowmobile. One September, they were dropped off at the cabin, where they planned to spend the week. Instead, Joe began suffering abdominal pains that worsened as day turned into night. Finally, he pulled out a gadget he carried called SPOT and pushed a button on the unit labeled “S.O.S.” Read More >
A Motorcyclist’s Guide to the Galaxy: Dealing with Murphy, Part 1
It was a warm spring day when Mr. Roland Howard Goff, of southern Georgia, started up his Honda VTX 1300. He couldn’t have imagined the chain of events that would result in him spending the next eight days lying trapped in a ditch under the heavy bike, fighting for his life with one leg crushed, drinking rain water off the ground to survive. Mr. Goff had no cell phone and lived by himself, but luckily a friend noticed that for several days there was an uncharacteristic amount of social media inactivity. Read More >