HIRSCHMANN MOBILITY satellite antennas have been specially developed for communication in remote areas where there is no connection to terrestrial mobile radio networks. The compact and robust antennas can be easily integrated into existing systems. Satellite-based communication is used in global asset management and data communication. HIRSCHMANN satellite antennas with Iridium and ORBCOMM are available in a wide range of product and installation variants.
The Iridium antennas are based on the Iridium constellation of 66 networked Low Earth Orbit (LEO) satellites, which enables data links across the entire surface of the planet, even across oceans, airways and polar regions. The Iridium high-performance antennas from HIRSCHMANN MOBILITY are used especially in remote areas where reliable communication is required. Typical applications include military, maritime and air traffic, rescue services, transport and energy industries as well as oil and gas mining.
ORBCOMM provides reliable two-way data communication between different devices and ORBCOMM stations worldwide. The ORBCOMM satellite network is in Low Earth Orbit (LEO) and connected to the terrestrial infrastructure. As a result, data transmission is powerful even in regions without mobile communications infrastructure. The robust HIRSCHMANN antennas are used in particular in the transportation market for M2M applications: Heavy-duty vehicles, trains, containers, tanks as well as in the energy supply, oil production and maritime transport sectors. Communication via ORBCOMM satellites is highly flexible as it can be combined with other services such as GPS, mobile communications and local area networks (WLAN). The modular approach allows the combination of different services. For example, a flat profile can be used for applications where the installation height is decisive.
If you have any further questions about satellite antennas from HIRSCHMANN MOBILITY, please don’t hesitate to contact our internal service team, who will be happy to make you an individual offer.