Paving a pathway to resilient satellite operations

13 April 2016: The Department of Defense (DoD) is facing obstacles regarding heightened resiliency in space. Specifically, the increasing challenges placed upon missions supporting satellite systems from electromagnetic interferences, either intentional or accidental.

As a result, these disruptions threaten the performance and safety of DoD military units as they conduct military and humanitarian operations, jeopardising everyone involved.

Rebecca Cowen-Hirsch, Inmarsat U.S. Government SVP Government Strategy and Policy, tackles this issue in an article for SpaceNews,

She outlines three characteristics that are essential to the resiliency that strengthen the partnership between the company and federal government, and breaks down how Inmarsat is responding to U.S. government leaders’ regarding heightened protection of space assets in light of the increasing threat to the environment.

Read the full article here.