Meaningful exchanges of information across any distance
Telecommunications lie at the heart of the global drive to communicate faster, further and more efficiently.
Throughout the course of our history, machines and people have developed myriad techniques to communicate. Radio, optical, magnetic and acoustic methods of communication all seek to facilitate the meaningful exchange of information. We have a bewildering range of technologies at our disposal.
TTP is helping clients to incorporate off-the-shelf communications solutions to meet their business needs, or to design brand new ways for their people and assets to communicate.
Inmarsat and TTP develop compact MSS terminal for aviation
Long-range wireless solution for Rentokil's PestConnect services
TTP and Inmarsat enable rapid development of compact MSS terminals
GEO – Chorus energy monitor
TTP’s low cost electronically-steerable antenna for Satcom user terminals
Keeping people connected while in the air
How satellite network operators can reinvent themselves for the IoT
Global demand for connectivity has given the satellite industry a new purpose, with emerging technological innovations fuelling a move towards mass-market applications.
Antennas are vital parts of wireless systems, and they can be the key to business success in many industries.
Since their introduction in the early 1990s, digital mobile services have changed beyond recognition. With the development of 5G services, that transformation is only set to continue.
Advances in wireless communications and the emergence of low-cost sensors, combined with powerful data processing systems, are transforming situational awareness for first responders.
With the proliferation of internet-enabled objects and the rise in global connectivity, effective cyber security is more crucial than ever for the success of businesses, defence systems and consumer protection.
The emerging boom in satellite based in-flight connectivity is set to transform the aviation industry by improving the passenger experience as well as airline revenues and operations.
Digital transformation often goes hand-in-hand with cloud computing. But in sectors like autonomous vehicles and precision-agriculture, technological leaps are now taking place at the edge.
The Internet of Things is invisibly changing the way we interact with products and services by restructuring legacy business models and replacing them with new ones.
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