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Fleet Space Technologies secures Defence Space Command contract

26 April, 2023

The agreement will see Fleet's next generation of Centauri satellites used to develop and demonstrate a low-Earth orbit satellite communications system.

Fleet Space announces exploration contract with Core Lithium

15 November, 2022

Fleet Space's satellite technologies will help Core Lithium in the direct detection of pegmatite deposits.

Gilmour Space offers demo satellite mission from Australia in 2024

26 October, 2022

An Australian space technology company is offering rideshare missions to space, reducing cost and complexity for customers.

Space launch from Australia to use telemetry from Inmarsat

09 September, 2022

Australia's first orbital rocket launch will be supported by an agreement signed between Gilmore Space Technologies and Inmarsat.

Two Aussie IoT satellites set for lift-off

22 February, 2021

Fleet Space Technologies and Myriota will launch separate nanosatellites supporting IIoT applications on a Rocket Lab mission in March.

Fleet Space raises millions to launch 10 satellites for IoT

09 September, 2019

The Aussie-operated satellite network will offer IoT connectivity for less than $3 per device per year.

Iridium launches fully global satellite broadband service

24 January, 2019

The service is suitable for access to all devices, including IoT, in any remote part of the globe.

SpeedCast to demo ReadyCONNECT TA12 at APPEA exhibition

07 April, 2014

SpeedCast will host the first demonstration of its ReadyCONNECT TA12 solution at the APPEA Conference and Exhibition in Perth this week.

SpeedCast opens Perth office, unveils streamlined operations

18 February, 2014

SpeedCast has opened a new office in Perth to meet the needs of its oil and gas and mining customers. The company has also announced plans to unveil its new streamlined global operations at the Australasian Oil & Gas Exhibition & Conference.

Bintech SDS 6100 satellite level system

11 October, 2013

The SDS 6100 range is based on highly reliable and accurate sensors coupled with a satellite communication module and, to reduce even further reliance on local infrastructure, a solar-powered version is available.

Extending the mantle of safety — The role of IP-centric satellite communications in managing security risk in remote area mining operations

20 September, 2008 by Chris Hill*

Operating a mining operation in a remote area, especially in a country with significant infrastructure shortcomings, presents a series of challenges which must be addressed at a strategic level, in order to ensure the long-term sustainability and viability of such operations. A reliable communications platform directly back to the corporate head office provides a solid foundation for effective command and control, supporting not only day-to-day administrative and production operations, but also as-needed communications pathways for emergency management.

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