Intellian

Intellian

Founded in 2004, Intellian is renowned for revolutionizing the way entire industries operate with state-of-the-art RF technology. As a global leader in maritime satellite communication antenna systems, its stabilized antenna systems are built with a user-focused perspective. Intellian’s Market Enabling Technology focuses on solving fundamental market problems and making remote connectivity simple. Headquartered in South Korea, Intellian is the pioneer of future-ready antenna technologies and has developed the world’s first Ku-Ka convertible VSAT antenna as well as the world’s first Ku-Ka GEO/MEO/LEO VSAT antenna. With an extensive portfolio across satellite TV, VSAT, Global Xpress, and FleetBroadband solutions, Intellian supports a broad cross-section of industries such as commercial maritime, offshore energy, defense and intelligence, and luxury yachting.

Addvalue

Addvalue

Addvalue is a provider of state-of-the-art satellite communication products and solutions, and its innovative digital offerings have made it the one-stop shop for both business and government users. As a key transformational leader in the communications market, Addvalue is leveraging end-to-end Internet of Things (IoT) strategies to extend connectivity beyond the terrestrial network through a hybrid of Low Power Wide Area Network (LPWAN) with satellite-based M2M options. Addvalue’s proprietary IDRS terminal, coupled with Inmarsat’s communication services, has led to the game-changing development of the world’s first on-demand connection for Low-Earth Orbit (LEO) satellites, providing economical low latency data communication services over L-band and Broadband Global Area Network (BGAN).

Beam Communications

Beam Communications

Beam Communications is a leading global designer and manufacturer of satellite communications equipment. Established in 2002, Beam’s story began with the development of an innovative satellite terminal for Telstra in Australia, which gave way to increased distribution in Asia, Europe, UK, and USA. In 2017, Beam designed, developed, and manufactured Thuraya WE, the first all-in-one dual mode satellite and LTE portable WiFi hotspot. With globally renowned products such as the world’s first Iridium docking station, the world’s first in-vehicle hands-free car kit, and the world’s first satRADIO for two-way radio interfacing, Beam is a developer of choice for innovative satellite communication systems across the world, including remote community telephones, highway emergency concepts, and tracking technologies.

Cobham

Cobham

Cobham is renowned as a technology and services innovator, and provides critical solutions and customized products, including RF, microelectronics, motion control systems, and antenna subsystems across the globe. Cobham’s story began in 1934 with the invention of the probe and drogue method of air refueling, and today, its radar and communication subsystems are at the heart of many aircraft platforms, naval vessels, and satellites. Formally renamed in 1994, Cobham is the pioneer of next generation Xenon ion satellite propulsion technologies, and delivers outsourced aviation services for commercial, civil, and military use. Cobham employs around 11,000 people on five continents and is a market leader in wireless, satellite, defense, life support, and mission critical communications.

ICOM

ICOM

Icom is a leading manufacturer of wireless communication products. Established as Inoue Electronic in Japan in 1954, Icom’s extensive portfolio of products includes land mobile radio, amateur radio, marine radio, navigation products, aviation radio, and communications receivers, each passing rigorous in-house tests as well as environmental tests to US Military Standard 810 specifications. Formally renamed in 1964, Icom is a pioneer of technologies such as the low-noise DDS synthesizer and the digital PMR radio system IDASTM and renowned for closing the gap between analog and digital radio. From a renowned producer of amateur radio units to the first Japanese company to supply radios to the US Department of Defense, Icom’s journey has led to its products being sold in over 80 countries. Its global sales network includes subsidiaries in the US, Australia, Germany, Spain, and China.

Lars Thrane

Lars Thrane

Founded in 2014, Lars Thrane is a specialist designer and manufacturer of high-performance satellite communications and navigation equipment. Headquartered in Denmark, Lars Thrane’s extensive portfolio includes GMDSS systems, Iridium satellite phones, NMEA 0183 and NMEA 2000 electronic compasses, and GNSS and GPS receivers. The Lars Thrane story began in 1981 as Thrane & Thrane, which quickly gained a reputation as the leading global manufacturer of mobile satellite communications systems. Lars Thrane is renowned for using the latest and ground-breaking technology to bring future-ready high-quality products into the maritime professional and leisure markets, including the first-ever Iridium GMDSS system, the LT-3100S.

Paradigm Communications

Paradigm Communications

Paradigm Communication Systems designs and delivers ultra-portable rapid-setup VSATs and multiband earth stations. As part of its turnkey Earth station solutions, Paradigm provisions, installs, and also upgrades existing stations. Founded in 1996, Paradigm is Europe’s largest satcom warehouse, carrying a large portfolio of satellite modems, antennas, and RF systems over the C, X, Ku, and Ka-bands, and as an approved Inmarsat Global Xpress partner, Paradigm designs and integrates the SWARM mobile terminals, the rugged HORNET terminals, and the CONNECT range of terminals using the Paradigm Interface Module (PIM). Moreover, Paradigm offers complete maritime solutions, ranging from vessel surveys to integrated SNMP systems.

Thales

Thales

With operations in 68 countries, Thales is renowned for its mission-critical information systems serving defence, aerospace, and security. Thales’ story began in 1968 with the merger of electronics businesses focused on broadcasting, power transmission, and early radar and television systems. Formally renamed in 2000, Thales is a pioneer of global satellite communication systems in safety-critical environments. Its innovative product line includes MissionLINK for terrestrial communications, VesseLINK for pole-to-pole maritime connectivity, and value-added terminals for Iridium NEXT’s global voice and broadband data services. Headquartered in France, Thales employs 80,000 people across the globe and is a key player in the provision of vital communications infrastructure.