Crisis Response

Ensuring coordinated emergency efforts

SES Networks

When disaster strikes, emergency workers are often unable to rely on local terrestrial networks, which are frequently overloaded, damaged, or destroyed. Yet reliable on-demand communication lines are essential during that initial response period for the quick and effective coordination of efforts. Satellite connectivity is critical to emergency response strategies that enable governments, NGOs and humanitarian organisations to access the network resources they need to rapidly restore communications.

Fast, reliable connectivity for first responders

Our satellite-enabled crisis response solution powers life-saving operations across the globe. High-throughput Geostationary Earth Orbit (GEO) satellites deliver uncontended end-to-end network connectivity that enables the data-driven applications used by first responders.
•    Quick-deploy GEO HTS capacity tailored to the needs of disaster-affected areas
•    Flexible service packages with bandwidth only, bandwidth and equipment, or a fully managed service with engineering support
•    Customisable bandwidth and equipment service options
•    Intelligent edge solutions that enhance and optimise local response operations
Portable, quick-deploy connectivity allows faster intervention in emergency situations and accelerates response and recovery efforts by providing resilient communications in the field—no matter how remote the location.

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Enabling Platforms and Services

GEO HTS

High-performance HTS broadband with global reach.

Learn about GEO HTS

Skala Global Platform

Our next-generation ground system, optimised for the delivery of high-quality managed data services.

Learn about Skala Global Platform

O3b mPOWER

Our next-generation MEO system offering multi-gigabit links with multi-terabit total system capacity.

Learn about O3b mPOWER

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