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January 2017 Edition
Sound Satellite Sense: Iot, M2M and more...
 
InfoBeam
 
InfoBeam Part I, Information & News by the Editors
News and Products of Note for SATCOM
 
InfoBeam Part II, Information & News by the Editors
​News and Products of Note for SATCOM
Features
 
Is IoT The Next Industrial SATCOM Revolution?, By Oscar Glottmann, Chief Marketing Officer, Satellite Business Network Unit, Advantech Wireless
The Internet of Things (IoT) and associated Machine-To-Machine (M2M) connectivity has been named the next Industrial Revolution—these technologies will bring major changes in the way all businesses, governments, and people will interact with each other, as well as with the entire world.
 
The Diverse World of Remote Monitoring... A Rock Seven Perspective, By Nick Farrell, Director, Rock Seven
While the Internet of Things (IoT) grabs headlines for what the technology can do to improve everyday lives, from connected kitchen appliances to home security, there is a whole world of remote monitoring applications that, sadly, don’t receive the same, mainstream attention. 
 
Thank Goodness 2017 Is Here..., By Chris Forrester, Senior Contributor
This past year has been a tough 12 months for the world’s mainstream satellite operators.
 
Crew Safety Is Simply Good Business, By Gavan Murphy, Director of Marketing, EMEA, Globalstar
Commercial organizations across a wide range of sectors now recognize that retaining key staff is important for better operational efficiency as well as a healthier bottom line for the company.
 
POV: The Year Ahead Will Be Unique— But Not Too Different, By Robert Bell, Executive Director, Society of Satellite Professionals
A friend of mine once coined this wonderful phrase—“unique but not too different”—to define the goal of all sales and marketing.
 
The New Way To Do Data Centers, By Scott Sobhani, Chief Executive Officer and Co-Founder, Cloud Constellation’s Space Belt
The ongoing onslaught of rapid technological advancements demands new solutions for data storage and transport.
 
Adopting Ubiquitous IIoT Connectivity To Transform Operations, By Paul Scardino, Senior Vice President, Engineering and Marketing, Globecomm

From a technology standpoint, the satellite-integrated Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) is ready to deliver connectivity anywhere, anytime for industrial users to achieve global ubiquity for their operations.
 
The Need For SatHealth™ Connectivity: A NorthTelecom Perspective, By Mahdi N. Mehrabi, Chief Technical Officer, NorthTelecom Group, and Managing Director, APAC
Africa and the MENA region have been marked as areas with huge populations that are underserved by any general means of communication.
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