Monday, 21 July 2014

C-Bird VSAT keeps sailors connected with home

Even as engineers work on autonomous ship-handling technologies, skilled and experienced crews are still vital for keeping shipping lines operating. The only snag is that most sailors today have become so used to never being out of touch that they've come to expect similar connectivity while at sea. To help maintain morale and retain skilled crews, Maritime Broadband has developed its C-Bird Very Small Aperture Terminal (VSAT) satellite transceiver to keep sailors connected with their families and the internet... Continue Reading C-Bird VSAT keeps sailors connected with home

Section: Marine

Tags: Broadband, Communications, Connectivity, Internet, Modular, Sailors, Satellite,Shipping, Ships

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