Heavily damaged or destroyed terrestrial networks can put entire regions into a total communications blackout. Even if part of the infrastructure is operational, lines become quickly overtaxed, making communications nearly impossible. Satellite communication networks are quickly deployable and provide the essential backbone for the rescue and support initiatives during times of crisis.
With iGT, first responders have full communications capabilities with voice, data and video whether in a densely populated urban area where the infrastructure is damaged, or a remote and isolated location where no infrastructure exists.
Industrialized, light-weight equipment that is easy to transport, maintain and configure on the fly is backed by iVantage®, our centralized, user-friendly, intelligent network management system. iVantage® can be customized to meet any individual requirement in the field.
Easy set-up and operation is guaranteed with compact satellite routers including a satellite modem, IP router, TCP optimization over satellite, Group QoS/prioritization and AES encryption. The routers are user-friendly and reliable, enabling field teams with little or no technical expertise to easily set up and activate the system from any location.
Global mobility can be achieved with Global NMS and Automatic Beam Switching (ABS). ABS relief vehicles equipped with iDirect remotes can move across satellite footprints, maintaining seamless connectivity with no need for manual intervention by field technicians. A simple Global NMS enables the organization or network operator to manage each traveling remote, ensuring a consistent connection as it passes through separate networks around the world.
Because It's What You Don't Know That Can Hurt You - The first ones on the scene are the first to need information. Quick deployable SATCOM is the reliable solution.