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EUTELSAT 117 West B, the second all-electric satellite of the fleet, is now in commercial service and is ready to support customers across Latin America. It features a new-generation WAAS (Wide Area Augmentation System) payload, developped for the civil aviation community and designed to receive signals from ground stations that verify signal accuracy and rebroadcast the information to GPS users.
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Church spires will be equipped with satellite broadband to beam internet onto villages out of reach of terrestrial networks. 16,000 UK churches, will help the government to attain 95% broadband coverage.
The VASA Museum in Stockholm
Tooway Business has been chosen by the VASA Museum in Stockholm to provide a reliable back-up to the main internet connection supporting several Internet of Things (IoT) applications. As temperature, videosurveillace or monitoring of the entrances to the museum are supported by the internet and cannot get interrupted, the IT services of the state owned museum opted for satellite. This project was successfully completed by our partner RB COM.
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