Airbus Extends Partnership With Astrocast to Enhance Satellite IoT Technology

Astrocast stated that its partnership with Airbus since 2017 has been vital for the progress of Astrocast's communication protocol and modem software stack. The improvements have greatly influenced the development of Astrocast's SatIoT technology.

Highlights

  • Astrocast and Airbus extend partnership for improved SatIoT technology.
  • Emphasis on optimizing network capacity, data transmission, and reliability.
  • Collaboration enhances Astrocast's position as a premier SatIoT provider.

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Airbus Extends Partnership With Astrocast to Enhance Satellite IoT Technology

Swiss satellite IoT operator Astrocast has announced extending its partnership with Airbus Defence and Space (Airbus). The collaboration seeks to bolster the capabilities of satellite Internet of Things (SatIoT) technology, allowing Astrocast to further increase its network capacity, according to the official release.




Strengthening SatIoT Capabilities

Astrocast stated that its partnership with Airbus since 2017 has been vital for the progress of Astrocast's communication protocol and modem software stack. The improvements have greatly influenced the development of Astrocast's SatIoT technology, which has been well-received for its reliability and quality following its launch in 2022.

Also Read: Astrocast Secures USD 17.5 Million Investment From Thuraya

With the partnership extension, Airbus will continue to provide extensive support to Astrocast, focusing on enhancing both Bandwidth and Quality of Service. This collaboration is expected to further optimize data transmission capacity, efficiency, latency, and security, allowing customers to enhance their operational efficiency according to their specific needs.

Collaborative Technological Advancements

Astrocast stated that its SatIoT connectivity has already benefitted various organizations, including the EU's CiRROCCO and XGain initiatives, as well as Avirtech, Digitanimal, and ArrowSpot, among others. Through the extended partnership with Airbus, Astrocast aims to build upon their shared technological successes and maintain their position as a go-to satellite IoT operator.

Airbus' Commitment to Astrocast's Roadmap

Airbus Defence and Space expressed enthusiasm about the collaboration, stating, "Through this partnership extension, Airbus reaffirms its commitment to Astrocast's technology roadmap and its leadership in the SatIoT space. This collaboration also lays the important foundation for potential convergences with the future 5G NTN IoT communications standards that are currently in discussion for LEO constellations."

Also Read: Astrocast Completes Optimization of Satellite Constellation

"In time, these enhanced capabilities for collecting and exchanging critical data with IoT assets from multiple applications will benefit users across various key industries worldwide. Astrocast is not only poised to address these challenges, its roadmap is designed to take them head-on for the industry. Therefore, we're excited about working together and achieving more success."

With a shared vision for the future of IoT, Airbus and Astrocast are set to revolutionize the way IoT data is transmitted and utilized on a global scale.

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