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Blue Sky Network Targets Key Markets For Iridium SATCOM Solutions
by Staff Writers
San Diego CA (SPX) May 05, 2017


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Blue Sky Network, an industry-leading global provider of cloud based tracking solutions, reports that Sales Director Jerry Lee will be leading a contingent to the Great Alaska Aviation Gathering this weekend (May 6th - 7th). The event is the largest free-entry aviation trade show in America with nearly 25,000 attendees.

"Alaska has more licensed pilots per capita than any state in the union, making the Gathering a unique opportunity to demonstrate firsthand our portfolio of tracking solutions, products and upgrades such as SkyRouter version 2.5.0 - the latest advancement to our cloud based web portal," said Blue Sky Network CEO Kambiz Aghili.

Alaska's world renowned event, hosted by the Alaska Airmen Association at Anchorage's FedEx Hangar on Ted Stevens Airport, boasts nearly 300 exhibitors featuring the latest technology, state-of-the-art products, innovations, comprehensive safety features, and new aviation programs. Blue Sky Network will be exhibiting in booth # 157.

"It's always fun to talk with knowledgeable pilots about the safety, reliability and efficiency of satellite based communications and tracking - and Alaskan airmen and women, who cover thousands of miles of the most remote terrain on earth, enjoy keeping up with the latest industry trends," said Lee.

"Not only does Blue Sky Network provide real time tracking solutions for aviation customers, unlike most of our competitors we offer a mixture of affordable handheld, installed and portable tracking devices like the Hawkeye PT Plus for all Alaskan lifestyles - including all terrain vehicles, snow mobiles, hikers, hunters, fishermen and boaters," added Aghili.

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Iridium Safety Voice Communications Installs Surge Past 500 Aircraft
McLean, VA (SPX) Mar 07, 2017
Iridium Communications Inc. reports that its Safety Voice service, which is used for air traffic communications, has been adopted by more than 500 aircraft as of February 2017. The Iridium Safety Voice service provides aircraft operators with an alternative to existing HF radio systems, replacing them with a secure satellite-based option for long-range communications. In August of 2015, th ... read more

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