Formed in 1979 to provide safety and communications services to the maritime community, Inmarsat is based in London (United Kingdom) and owns a network of 10 satellites operating globally. Nowadays, it offers services at land, at sea and in the air.
Launched in 1997 and based in Virginia (United States of America), Iridium owns a network of 66 low-earth orbiting cross-linked satellites covering the entire world. It offers services at land, at sea and in the air.
Founded in 1997 and based in Dubai (United Arab Emirates), Thuraya is a network of 3 satellites covering most of Europe, Russia and Africa, the totality of the Middle East, Asia and Australia. It currently does not cover some of the islands of the South West Indian Ocean such as Madagascar and Mauritius (but it covers the Seychelles for example). It offers services at land and at sea.
Founded in 1970, Airbus Group is a European multinational corporation whose headquarters are based in Toulouse (France). It has been globally famous for decades for aerospatial technologies, including the Airbus planes such as the A380. Before 1 January 2014 when its subsidiary were rebranded, we worked with Airbus Group under the name of Astrium and EADS. Our partnership with Airbus dates back to the 90s through with the subsidiaries they successively bought (France Telecom, Vizada etc.). We cooperate in the field of satellite telecommunications and spatial imagery.
Via Space group is certified as an Elite Partner.