Wireless telemetry systems using unlicensed radio bands can help petrochemical facilities collect operational data conveniently and cost-effectively.
Australia's first orbital rocket launch is scheduled for 2023 and will be supported by space telemetry provided by Inmarsat.
Using LTE and 5G solutions for reliable and secure transport of key data from vehicles to the cloud.
Post-pandemic public transport passengers indicated record levels of support for government investments to make transport safer.
Roads and Traffic Expo clients are looking to talk with critical comms companies.
Two-part online discussion about the rollout of FRMCS in 2025.
Working with TNO, laser communications will improve aircraft comms both commercial and military.
Doha's new Metro lines have been equipped with Thales' integrated communications solutions as well as signalling and train control technology.
The WISE-4610 Sensor Node provides convenient functions such as customised private/public networks and GPS positioning.
The world's first 28 GHz band compatible antenna has reached speeds of 8 Gbps in a 5G connected car.
An application has been made by Airborne Wireless Network to obtain an experimental licence for system demonstration.
The Association of Global Automakers has called on the FCC to provide more certainty on plans to allow Wi-Fi and connected-vehicle applications to share the 5.9 GHz band.
The vehicle industry has taken a step forward with the formation of a 5G connected-car communications consortium.
Europe's 30-year-old tracking station in Perth has closed, but its New Norcia station has been expanded with the addition of a specialised 4.5 m dish.
The International Telecommunications Union passed an important resolution that aims to improve global flight tracking for civil aviation.