Satellite Communications

Global demand for connectivity has given the satellite industry a new purpose, with emerging technological innovations fuelling a move towards mass-market applications.


The world expects affordable, ubiquitous connectivity, and the satellite industry is ideally placed to meet these expectations. But to successfully exploit arising opportunities, the industry will need to rapidly develop innovative and low-cost technologies.

For example, consumers now demand high-speed broadband internet connectivity wherever they go. The satellite industry can play in a significant role in enabling these communications by combining technology transformations - like new high-throughput as well as miniature satellites - with business model evolution.

If IoT is to power the fourth industrial revolution, then satellite is critical to realising its full potential. To have a major impact, installing and using satellite connectivity will need to be inexpensive and simple. This will require innovation throughout the satellite ecosystem to facilitate access, complement other technologies and enable hybrid solutions.

Building on a pivotal early role in the development of digital GSM, TTP has established itself as a leading satcom technology development partner.

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