Globalstar’s Spot Devices Surpass Billion Messages Transmitted
, a wholly owned subsidiary of Globalstar
and a provider of satellite messaging and emergency notification technologies, revealed that Spot has reached a new milestone, surpassing one billion messages transmitted and more than 6,100 rescue incidents initiated worldwide. Spot is a satellite communications device, and has a growing base of subscribers located around the world. Read More >
Globalstar in Covington reports third-quarter $9 million profit
Satellite communications company Globalstar Inc. in Covington reported third-quarter net income of $9 million, or 1 cent per share, compared with $52.4 million, or 4 cents per share, a year ago. Read More >
Now You Can Send Texts from the Woods, Even Without Service
Among our fears of entering the wilderness — bears, snakes, witches — getting stranded is perhaps the most rational. It doesn’t happen often, but when it does, it can be disastrous. Thankfully, there are a host of companies making GPS-enabled devices to prevent precisely that scenario, and serve as SOS beacons should things go awry. Read More >
A Globalstar Focus: Spot On...How SATCOM is keeping forest workers safe...
As forestry organizations look to safeguard employees, including firefighters and other first responders, they are increasingly turning to satellite solutions. Read More >
Major Swiss Mountain Bike Event Deploys Globalstar SPOT Technology
’s SPOT satellite technology will be playing a key role in a major European sporting event, the company announced August 2. Globalstar Europe Satellite Services confirmed that the Perskindol Swiss Epic mountain bike race will be relying on Globalstar’s satellite network and SPOT GPS satellite messengers for tracking and safety. Read More >
Globalstar Launches Automotive Team to Connectivity to Autonomous Vehicles
According to a recent announcement, Globalstar, a provider of global mobile satellite communications services, has launched Globalstar Automotive, a newly formed division to support future connected and autonomous vehicles and intelligent transport. With more than 600 million connected vehicles expected to be on the road by 2025 and with the market for automotive connectivity projected to increase to $103 billion by 2030, Globalstar seeks to leverage its two-way global and broadcast capable network to assist automakers to comply with the latest safety regulations, deliver over-the-air (OTA) software updates, increase location accuracy and improve reliability for autonomous vehicle operation.
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Globalstar Satellite Technology to Combat North Sea Pollution
Globalstar Europe Satellite Services Ltd., a wholly owned subsidiary of Globalstar Inc. and satellite messaging and emergency notification technologies provider, announced that SPOT Trace and Globalstar satellite communications are helping researchers at the University of Oldenburg in Germany better understand and combat plastic pollution in the North Sea. A team from the University’s Institute of Chemistry and Biology of the Marine Environment is studying the movement of floating plastic pollution to get a clear picture of the drift patterns. PhD student Jens Meyerjürgens explains: “We embed low-cost satellite trackers into floating buoys which provide a wealth of information on the movement of plastics on the sea’s surface. This helps us understand how plastic debris moves and how it is affected by the complex interaction of wind, current and tides.” Read More >
Globalstar : Woodland Managers in Sweden Choose Globalstar's SPOT Gen3 to Enhance Safety for Forest Rangers and Hydro-electricity Staff
Dublin, Ireland - Globalstar Europe Satellite Services Ltd., a wholly owned subsidiary of Globalstar Inc. and the leader in satellite messaging and emergency notification technologies, announces that Orsa Besparingsskog, a company which manages a range of forestry, commercial and recreational activities in the vast woodlands of Sweden's Orsa region, has selected SPOT Gen3® to improve safety for forest-based workers and hydro-electricity personnel. Read More >
First Aid: Communication devices for backcountry emergencies
In the most recent installment of our first aid series we dove head first into the topic of brain injuries. Serious medical emergencies like severe concussions often demand medical attention on the scene. As trails push further into the hills, communicating with emergency first responders is not always possible. This week we review a few tools riders can use to summon help from deep in the backcountry. Read More >
Globalstar : Botswana Grants Globalstar's First International Terrestrial Spectrum Approval
Globalstar, Inc. announced that the Botswana Communications Regulator Authority(BOCRA) has granted terrestrial authority to Globalstar'sBotswana subsidiary to provide terrestrial mobile broadband services over 16.5 MHz of S-band spectrum at 2483.5 to 2500 MHz. Globalstar filed its application for terrestrial authority in Botswana in early 2017 and appreciates BOCRA's accelerated review. With this approval, Botswana becomes the first country outside of the US to approve Globalstar's terrestrial S-band authority and the first country to approve the authority over 16.5 MHz across Globalstar's licensed 2.4 GHz holdings.
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