Operating in challenging conditions, where there is often little or no communication infrastructure, Aid Agencies and NGO’s need speedy and easy to use solutions that provide communications both in territory and across the globe.
Flexible systems that allow BOYD, enable cost effective communications to be set up with little or no technical expertise and minimal training. We can also provide equipment and systems that utilise existing radio equipment, allow beyond line of sight communications from standard digital radios.
Satcube is an easy to use lightweight terminal, ideally suited to first responders, emergency rescue teams, field offices, media broadcasters or any remote workers looking for a highspeed, portable, communications link.
The Satcube isn't much bigger than a laptop, but can provide between 4Mb over a standard satellite connection and 20Mb over a High Throughput Satellites (HTS). Making it perfect for high speed data exchange, video streaming and VOIP requirements, suited to defence users, field based offices and broadcasters.
The Scytale Mini is a small form factor device which is easily configurable, transportable and able to provide a high level of anonymity to deployed users passing secure data back to office locations. The device will also provide an IP capability over trusted 3rd party networks with the option for VoIP services.
The Scytale Mini uses two trusted 3rd party vendors to reroute traffic prior to hitting the final destination firewall and the use of Next Generation Encryption (NGE) algorithms and techniques to thwart the efforts of cyber criminals.
The GRC-STEP provides protection for your satellite terminal, offering shelter from wind, rain, heat and direct sunlight, while still allowing RF signals to penetrate.
Perfect to reduce communications downtime and extend the overall life of your satellite terminals.
Most Very Small Aperture Terminals (VSAT) are built tough, but after months of use, even the hardiest terminals can succumb to weather conditions, reducing performance and leading to hardware failures.