fbpx
18.2 C
Sydney
Wednesday, April 24, 2024

Buy now

  • HIKVISION
  • HID
  • HIKVISION
HomeSecurityAlarm SystemsInmarsat Releases Dynamic Mesh For Integrated GEO, LEO and Terrestrial 5G

Inmarsat Releases Dynamic Mesh For Integrated GEO, LEO and Terrestrial 5G

Inmarsat ORCHESTRA will enable global mobility for maritime, aviation, government and enterprise communications applications by creating a dynamic mesh to support shipping in crowded ports, aircraft preparing to land, defence forces or emergency services deployed in remote locations, and more.

In the largest ever transformation of its current world-class services, Inmarsat ORCHESTRA will bring together existing geosynchronous (GEO) satellites with low earth orbit satellites (LEO) and terrestrial 5G into an integrated, high-performance solution.

New services include close-shore navigation for autonomous vessels, next-generation emergency safety services for maritime crews, secure and tactical private networks for governments and direct-to-cloud connections for airlines.

ORCHESTRA integrates multiple technologies to create a dynamic mesh network that will deliver high-performance connectivity everywhere. Bringing together the lowest average latency and fastest average speeds with unique resilience, ORCHESTRA will eliminate the industry-wide challenge of congested network hotspots.

Inmarsat’s existing GEO satellites – both GX and L-band – will continue to provide global coverage, high performance, security and resilience. Terrestrial 5G adds ultra-high capacity in busy hotspots, such as ports, airports, and sea canals. A small constellation of LEO satellites will layer additional high capacity over further high-demand areas such as oceanic flight corridors. As a result, the network will offer the highest capacity for mobility users worldwide, and at hotspots.

Dynamic mesh technology will allow individual customer terminals to direct traffic to and from other customer terminals. This means that a ship within reach of a 5G ground station can receive ample capacity for its own needs as well as route capacity onwards to other vessels beyond terrestrial reach. This effectively creates a mobile web of terminals that extend the network’s reach and improve its performance and resilience.

Earlier in the year, the Australian Defence Force (ADF) and Inmarsat, the world leader in global, mobile satellite communications agreed to a $A221 million contract extension for the provision of commercial satellite communications airtime services and managed hardware through to 2027.

#sen.news

thumbnail Wall

AUTHOR

SEN News
SEN Newshttps://sen.news
Security & Electronics Networks - Leading the Security Industry with News and Latest Events. Providing information and pre-release updates on the latest tech and bringing it all to you daily. SEN News has been in print for over 20 years and has grown strong as a worldwide resource in digital media.

LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here

Related Articles

TODAYS WEATHER

18.2 C
Sydney
10.5 C
Canberra
26.8 C
Darwin
12.8 C
Hobart
19 C
Perth
18.2 C
Brisbane
11.4 C
Auckland
20.7 C
Melbourne

RECOMMENDED

- Advertisement -

POLL

RECOMMENDED