Inmarsat, Honeywell Collaborate To Provide High Speed Communication Capabilities For Military Purpose

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Inmarsat, Honeywell Collaborate To Provide High Speed Communication Capabilities For Military Purpose
Honeywell To Connect The Modern Battlefield With JetWave Satellite Communications Hardware

Inmarsat's Global Xpress "SATCOM as a Service" in-flight broadband service and Honeywell's JetWave satellite communications hardware will work together to provide a consistent, high-speed, high-bandwidth connectivity experience for military users worldwide

The communication capabilities improve overall situational awareness and safety while allowing troops to communicate more effectively,the company announced today.

Honeywell recently achieved type approval from Inmarsat for JetWave aeronautical terminals, which enable access to the Global Xpress network and provide a more connected flying experience while over land or sea.

Global Xpress customers now will be able to improve the effectiveness of military missions with a secure and high-speed environment to transmit mission-critical information, communicate with ground forces, host real-time video briefings, share data between manned and unmanned platforms, and more.

"JetWave provides high-speed, reliable connectivity, when and where the warfighter need it, regardless of mission or geographic location. Our next-generation connectivity solution will transform the way troops communicate in battle, providing unprecedented capabilities that allow military personnel to have situational awareness in multiple locations at once," said Carey Smith, president, Defense and Space, Honeywell Aerospace.

"As the US government seeks to adopt an enterprise-level, integrated architecture to fulfill their requirements and enhance flexibility of operations worldwide, government users are taking advantage of our Global Xpress SATCOM as a Service, as well as accessing our wideband Mil-Ka leased capacity as part of their own independent network," said Peter Hadinger, president of Inmarsat's U.S. Government Business Unit.

"We envision a battlefield of the future that's not inhibited by spotty, slow and unreliable connectivity. We want to create a landscape of consistent and interconnected communication between parties regardless of the type of platform or its location." Smith said.

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