Steve Gizinski, president of Inmarsat’s government business segment, said the company is well-positioned to deliver integrated satellite communications capabilities to meet the U.S. Space Force’s network requirements in support of multi-service operations worldwide.
Gizinski wrote in a blog post published Friday that Inmarsat developed a strategic framework on how its portfolio of multi-orbit, multi-band satcom offerings can support various Space Force missions and address its current need for situational awareness and control.
Among the platforms included in the road map are steerable antennas operating in the military Ka-band that are interoperable with the Space Force’s Wideband Global SATCOM system, and an L-band airborne intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance service that offers access to multi-megabit data rates.
Gizinski unveiled and discussed Inmarsat’s business model at the Satellite Industry Association’s 18th Annual DoD Commercial SATCOM Workshop.
“As the Space Force locks in on its future vision, our business model presents advantages that are both practical and innovative for our ongoing partnership,” Gizinski said.