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Spotlight on five applications developed by SES Techcom Services

 

Emergency.lu: Rapid response, emergency satellite communications service

Emergency.luThe emergency.lu platform is designed to promptly establish or restore vital broadband connectivity in remote areas isolated by natural disasters or other emergency situations, within 12-20 hours of an alert. The platform is based on a public-private partnership between Luxembourg’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs, SES, HITEC Luxembourg and the Luxembourg Air Ambulance.

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SATMED: e-health accessible anytime, anywhere

SATMEDSATMED is an e-health platform conceived by SES and supported by the Luxembourg Government and the Ministry for Cooperation and Humanitarian Action. Thanks to satellite connectivity, this communication solution aims to improve public health in emerging and developing countries, offering open-access to high quality e-health tools.

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Astra Connect for Communities: fast & easy internet connection for remote villages

Broadband connectivityUsing our satellite broadband service, Astra Connect for Communities provides Internet connectivity for individual homes to entire communities via one single satellite dish.

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ADS-B (Automatic Dependent Surveillance – Broadcast): improving air traffic efficiency and safety

ADS-B Space-based ADS-B aims to improve air traffic efficiency and safety. This cooperative surveillance technology determines the position of an aircraft through satellite navigation and a periodic signal which is broadcast from the aircraft, enabling it to be tracked.

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Maritime Antenna: Cost-effective bi-directional satellite broadband for maritime customers

Regional MaritimeProviding connectivity out at sea is understandably a complex operation – but also a vital one for essential day-to-day operations and crew well-being. We have leveraged our technical skills and knowledge to provide low-cost satellite-based broadband connectivity to the maritime market over the past 5 years.

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