Satellite Internet modems from TS2 SPACE are supporting US troops in Iraq and Afghanistan

Two new contracts awarded by the US Army to Inmarsat partners demonstrate the range of applications offered by the mobile broadband solution. The US Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) is using BGAN for remote planning, building and disaster recovery. Disaster response USACE provides engineering and infrastructure services for navigation, flood control, disaster response and also constructs military facilities. The corps has in recent years been deployed in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina and has assisted in Iraq and Afghanistan actions. Global satellite communications provider Vizada is sub-contracting services to Delta…

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TS2 SPACE is introducing new iDirect satellite link products to the international markets.

TS2 SPACE company is introducing new satellite link products to the international markets. These types of telecommunication products are mainly used by the companies that execute contracts in the Near East and Asia, as well as by the soldiers that are stationed in Iraq and Afghanistan. Purchased bands give us unlimited possibilities of configuration and setting any telecommunication connections from the Near East region and South-Western Asia. New TS2 SPACE offer is a broadband internet access and corporate networks based on satellites. The operator’s broadband services enable bidirectional data transfer…

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TS2 SPACE Delivers Satellite Phones for Polish Diplomats

TS2 SPACE awarded a contract for the supply of 150 satellite phones to the Polish Ministry of Foreign Affairs. The equipment is intended to secure communication in the event of emergency and the phones will be provided to Polish ambassadors and consuls across the world. Diplomats frequently visit regions where no conventional mobile telecommunication system is available. Now they can use satellite connections ensuring global coverage and safety. The satellite telephony system is aimed to secure mobile telecommunication between the head office and overseas sites of the ministry in critical…

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TS2 SPACE has recently launched new KA-BAND satellite services in Iraq, Syria and Armenia

Using the HYLAS 2 spacecraft, the company now provides high- speed data services to Iraq, Syria and Armenia. The HYLAS 2 satellite carries 24 active Ka-band user beams and six gateway beams. The Ka-band spot beams are providing two-way communications services to facilitate high-speed delivery of data to end-user applications such as corporate networking, broadband Internet access, business continuity services and video distribution. Marcin Frąckiewicz, CEO and founder at TS2 SPACE, commented: “With the launch of new Ka-Band service on Hylas-2, TS2 is proud to introduce latest technology to customers…

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TS2 SPACE is a company of key importance for the operation of critical state infrastructure in the fight against COVID-19

Due to the wide range of satellite telecommunications services provided for entities of strategic importance to Poland, TS2 SPACE has been included in an official list of key entities vital to the operation of critical state infrastructure. The list is maintained by the Government Centre for Security and includes companies that are not part of the critical infrastructure, but are vital to ensuring continuity of its operation. This is of particular importance in supporting activities related to the prevention, counteraction and eradication of COVID-19, other infectious diseases and crisis situations…

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Energy 

Electric Cars Better than Internal Combustion Engines

Critics argue that carbon emissions resulting from the electric vehicle manufacturing process are higher compared to that of a petrol or gasoline car. This claim furthermore implies that it is imperatively advantageous to manufacture a petrol car than it would be for an electric vehicle. Results from fossil fuel companies are, however, backing up these allegations. This notion is provisionally factual. Think of it this way, electricity generating companies consume fossil fuel products to produce much-needed electricity. It is clear that the fact dissuades the notion of a fully green…

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Space 

An in-depth analysis of Apollo 13 mission from the launch to landing time available in Real-Time Website

Apollo 13 mission was set as a ‘successful failure’ since the spacecraft failed to land on the Moon. Still, the challenges experienced inspired new ideas and methods to improve on the successive spacecraft construction. Apollo 13 was set to land on the Moon with three astronauts on board. However, 56 hours after launch time, the crew experienced a hitch in the cabin pressure that formed the onset of other problems in the spacecraft. The mission changed from landing to the Moon to surviving and getting to a projection that will…

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The need for supercapacitors in clean energy storage and supply

The energy sector is developing from the use of fossil fuel to renewables. The move resulted in innovation and creativity since new gadgets that support renewables were incorporated to support energy storage and supply. Therefore, the energy company innovated the supercapacitor, which functions with the same principle as a standard capacitor but enhanced to accommodate a higher capacitance and fluctuations in energy supply. Additionally, power fluctuations are an added advantage to the supercapacitor since charging and discharging can be frequently conducted hence efficient when a higher is needful in a…

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Coronavirus effects loom over Electric Car Industry 

Han Zhu is on a roll to buy a car. The 29-year-old analyst needs to be driven by the next vehicle. However, her reasons are partly practical for buying an electric The policy limits the volume of personal petrol-driven cars and trucks sold annually in the Southern Chinese city of Shenzhen. The plan also will imply that a draw or sale is needed to purchase a tank vehicle. “If you don’t have to wait for a green vehicle permit, Shenzhen is now the Chinese Electrical Dream’s biggest capital and is…

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Energy 

Renewable electricity covers more than 50 percent of the total consumed energy in Germany.

Germany’s production of renewable energy is almost 52 percent of its total consumption of electricity. This year’s first quarter, renewable power marks its first-ever cover of more than half of the National power demands according to the center for Solar Energy and Hydrogen research Baden Wurttemberg (ZSW) and Utilities association BDEW. The first quarter of last year had covered 44 percent of the total domestic use.  Thus this year there is an increase of 10 percent. The increase was because of the rise in the production of wind power in…

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