Iridium Satellite LLC

May 12, 2008 - 7:06am

Honeywell is now demonstrating its Inflightmail airborne e-mail service aboard the company’s Citation V. As configured, the system transmits data through the Iridium low-earth-orbit satellite network using an Airsat 1 satphone and onboard computer server.

May 7, 2008 - 5:00am

Broomfield, Colo.-based AirCell has introduced two new airborne telecommunications products based on Iridium satcom technology. The first, the AST 3500, combines an air-to-ground cellphone with an Iridium satellite receiver and antenna, while the second, the ST 3100, relies exclusively on the Iridium link. Deliveries of the new products, said AirCell, are scheduled to begin next month.

May 6, 2008 - 5:55am

AirCell and Iridium Satellite have reached an agreement that will allow AirCell to offer Iridium-based satellite communications products and services. As part of the agreement, AirCell is expanding its airborne telecommunications product line by developing new Iridium-based products to be offered through AirCell’s existing network of U.S. dealers, as well as through a newly formed network of international dealers.

April 21, 2008 - 10:51am

AirCell Inc. and Iridium Satellite LLC have reached an agreement that would allow AirCell to offer Iridium-based satellite communications products and services. As part of the agreement, AirCell is expanding its airborne telecommunications product line by developing new Iridium-based products to be offered through AirCell’s existing network of U.S. dealers, as well as through a newly formed and expanding network of international dealers.

March 19, 2008 - 7:18am

A Concord, Mass. startup company is offering what it claims is a low-cost datalink service based on Arinc and Iridium communication standards. Wingspeed announced at the NBAA Convention its XL Link System, a low-speed data network with avionics that cost 70 percent less than comparable Acars equipment.

February 8, 2008 - 5:42am

Iridium took a big step toward its goal of providing en route aeronautical safety services to airliners operating on transoceanic and polar routes after an ICAO panel accepted a draft standards and practices document the company submitted last year. The endorsement makes Iridium a viable alternative to Inmarsat for aeronautical mobile  satellite route services (AMSRS) and Acars messaging.

February 8, 2008 - 5:42am

Iridium took a big step toward its goal of providing en route aeronautical safety services to airliners operating on transoceanic and polar routes after an ICAO panel accepted a draft standards and practices document the company submitted last year. The endorsement makes Iridium a viable alternative to Inmarsat for aeronautical mobile  satellite route services (AMSRS) and Acars messaging.

February 4, 2008 - 8:47am

MedAire and AirCell have teamed to provide a low-cost airborne communication system that links passengers directly with doctors in the event of an in-flight medical emergency. “The physicians within our MedLink Global Response Center are managing upwards of 60 in-flight medical emergencies daily,” said MedAire president and CEO Joan Sullivan Garrett.

February 4, 2008 - 8:47am

MedAire and AirCell have teamed to provide a low-cost airborne communication system that links passengers directly with doctors in the event of an in-flight medical emergency. “The physicians within our MedLink Global Response Center are managing upwards of 60 in-flight medical emergencies daily,” said MedAire president and CEO Joan Sullivan Garrett.

December 18, 2007 - 7:22am

In 1999, Motorola’s ill-starred Iridium satcom venture declared bankruptcy and was on the verge of maneuvering the service’s 66 satellites to burn up in the atmosphere. Today, officials at the re-established satcom operation are promoting the company’s rapidly growing customer base and line of service offerings.

 
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