Category Archive : Satellite Phone

Mobile Satellite Phone Market Size & Analysis By 2022 -2029 -Iridium, Globalstar, BYOD Devices, Inmarsat, BGAN, Thuraya, BlueCosmo, TerreStar, Nicetrip

A market study Global examines the performance of the Mobile Satellite Phone 2022. It encloses an in-depth analysis of the Mobile Satellite Phone state and the competitive landscape globally. The Global Mobile Satellite Phone can be obtained through the market details such as growth drivers, latest developments, Mobile Satellite Phone business strategies, regional study, and future market status. The report also covers information including Plastic Additive industry latest opportunities and challenges along with the historical and Mobile Satellite Phone future trends. It focuses on the Mobile Satellite Phone dynamics that is constantly changing due to the technological advancements and socio-economic status.

Pivotal players studied in the Mobile Satellite Phone report:

Iridium, Globalstar, BYOD Devices, Inmarsat, BGAN, Thuraya, BlueCosmo, TerreStar, Nicetrip

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Recent market study Mobile Satellite Phone analyses the crucial factors of the Mobile Satellite Phone based on present industry situations, market demands, business strategies adopted by Mobile Satellite Phone players and their growth scenario. This report isolates the Mobile Satellite Phone based on the key players, Type, Application and Regions. First of all, Mobile Satellite Phone report will offer deep knowledge of company profile, its basic products and specification, generated revenue, production cost, whom to contact. The report covers forecast and analysis of Mobile Satellite Phone on global and regional level.

COVID-19 Impact Analysis:

In this report, the pre- and post-COVID impact on the market growth and development is well depicted for better understanding of the Mobile Satellite Phone based on the financial and industrial analysis. The COVID epidemic has affected a number of Mobile Satellite Phone is no challenge. However, the…

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Satellite Phone Market by Covid-19 Impact, Competitive Landscape, SWOT Analysis, Opportunities and Challenges, Growth by 2022-2028 – The Daily Vale

As per Martresearch.com Satellite Phone Market report 2028, talks about different variables driving or controlling the Satellite Phone market, which will assist the future market with developing with promising CAGR. The Satellite Phone Market Research Reports offers a broad assortment of reports on various business sectors covering essential subtleties. The Satellite Phone report concentrates on the cutthroat climate of the Satellite Phone Market depends on organization profiles and their endeavors on expanding item worth and creation.

Satellite Phone Market research concentrate on elaborate the broad use of both essential and optional information sources. The Satellite Phone research process included the investigation of different elements influencing the business, including market climate, serious scene, recorded information, present patterns in the Satellite Phone market, mechanical development, forthcoming innovations and the specialized advancement in related industry, and market chances, amazing open doors, market hindrances, and difficulties.

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The final Satellite Phone report will add the analysis of the Impact of Covid-19 in this report Satellite Phone Market.

Adapting to the recent novel COVID-19 pandemic, the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the global Satellite Phone Market is included in the present Satellite Phone report. The influence of the novel coronavirus pandemic on the growth of the Satellite Phone Market is analyzed and depicted in the report.

Market Report Scope

Report AttributeDetails
Forecast Year2022-2028
Historical Year2018-2021
UnitValue (USD Million/Billion)
Segments CoveredTypes, Applications, Top Key Players and more.
Report CoverageRevenue Forecast, Competitive Landscape, Key Trends, Growth Factors
By RegionNorth America, Europe, Asia Pacific, Latin America, Middle East and…

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TRG squad in training for worthy cause

Super fit Ray White TRG Managing Director Jarryd Rubinstein has top agents Patrick Cosgrove and Oliver Lavers on a gruelling training regime in preparation to tackle the Kokoda Track to raise money for brain cancer.

The trek is raising money for The Wolfy Foundation, a charity set up in memory of David Wolf who lost his battle with brain cancer in 2013 at age 23.

David Wolf was a very good friend of Mr Cosgrove, so the cause is incredibly close to home.

In less than a week the trio had raised more than $27,000 and counting.

The team is planning to complete the intense 96km hike through the dense Papua New Guinea (PNG) jungle in just four days rather than the usual 10.

They will set up camp at sunset every day and only walk in the daylight hours for safety.

The gents will set off in late June and have opted to carry their own 15kg packs, which will include their tents, food and water.

The trio will have a local guide and a satellite phone for emergencies.

The track, through the Owen Stanley Range in PNG, is renowned as the site of one of the bloodiest World War II battles between Japanese and Australian forces in 1942.

Mr Rubinstein, 39, who served as an Israeli commando 2005-2007, said the group was up for the challenge.

“I’m in charge of the guys but I know they are up to the task,” he said.

“I am a military history buff and I am so keen to see the track and what state it is now after being closed for two years and we’ll stop and appreciate what went on there.

“Patrick and Ollie have been schooling up on its history so they too can appreciate their surroundings.”

Four days a week at 5am, you’ll find Jarryd training Oliver and Patrick with 20kg backpacks on the Coogee and Tamarama stairs.

If you wish to donate to Kokoda Trek – The Wolfy Foundation click here

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Ministry to revoke approval of Hokkaido tour boat operator

Japan’s transport ministry is moving toward revoking the license of the operator of a sightseeing boat that sank off the Shiretoko Peninsula in Hokkaido in late April with 26 people aboard.

It would mark the stiffest administrative penalty ever imposed under the maritime transportation law and the first against a pleasure boat company involved in a maritime accident, sources said, adding that the process could begin as early as this coming week.

Ministry officials cited numerous examples of insufficient safety measures on the part of Shiretoko Pleasure Boat, operator of the Kazu I boat that sank in stormy weather April 23 during a coastal tour. Fourteen bodies have been recovered to date, and 12 people are still listed as missing.

Company representatives will be given an opportunity to explain how and why the tragedy occurred, and a final decision is expected as early as next month.

Among safety measures that Shiretoko Pleasure Boat was found to have flouted are a general rule to cancel any departure from port if there is any prospect of waves reaching heights of at least 1 meter.

Officials also cited the obligation of the company president, as supervisor of operations, to be in the office when a boat is out at sea and a requirement that the ship captain maintain regular contact with the office.

The company’s radio antenna was broken at the time and the Kazu I was not equipped with a satellite phone because it had also malfunctioned.

The skipper embarked on the trip relying on a mobile phone to stay in contact with the shore but was out of range most of the time during what was supposed to have been an outing lasting no more than three hours.


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The Kokoda squad raising funds for the battle against cancer » J-Wire

May 20, 2022 by J-Wire Newsdesk

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Former Israeli commando Jarryd Rubinstein is gearing up to lead Patrick Cosgrove and Oliver Lavers on the Kokoda Track to raise money for cancer.

The Kokoda squad

The three friends are raising funds for the Wolfy Foundation named after David Wolf who died in 2013 after losing a battle with brain cancer. He was 23.

The trio is planning to complete the 96km “trek” through the dense jungle of PNG in just four days rather than the usual 10.

David Wolf died of brain cancer at the age of 23 in 2013.

Not only that, rather than having porters take their luggage, the lads will be carrying their own 15kg packs. Jarryd Rubinstein told J-Wire: “Standard treks are 10-12 days with porters.

We will be attempting in four days with no porters / carrying 15 kg packs. I served in an elite commando unit in the IDF and will be leading the trek with only a satellite phone and a guide.”

Ahead of this gruelling trek, the group has already raised $25,000.

If any reader wants to contribute to their cause, a click on https://www.mycause.com.au/p/283084/kokoda-trek-the-wolfy-foundation will find the link.


In case you missed it, Apple leaked a few surprises in the upcoming iPhone release. Additionally, Apple apparently mistakenly exposed satellite calling and next-generation Macs in the leaks of the iPhone 14 design and iOS 15.5 software.

Find out what the new iPhone has in store for you by reading on. Stay tuned for our next Apple leak, iOS 16.1!

Leaks of iOS 15.5

It’s claimed that the next major iOS version, iOS 15, will include a redesigned app icon set. Netflix and Spotify will be allowed to create accounts outside of the App Store as a result of this move. Changes to Apple’s software are expected as a result of this new development. To download the current beta version of iOS, the user must connect their mobile device to a power source.

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Next-generation Macs

According to Mark Gurman of Bloomberg, In a beta release of iOS 15.5 due out next week, Apple accidentally divulged their next big hardware upgrade. A few surprises have been uncovered by the coding. It’s possible that Apple’s next iPhone will have an ultra-thin design or perhaps support the company’s next-generation Mac computers. If this is the case, it could be a preview of things to come.

Apple Iphone

There is speculation that Apple accidentally exposed information about the next big hardware update in iOS 15.5 beta code. In his weekly Power On newsletter, Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman disclosed the details.

Gurman claims that the new software will provide “a slew of new features and upgrades for iOS devices,” according to the report. The next iOS update is scheduled for release on Monday of next week. Apple has opted to expose more about the upcoming iPhone’s features than just its new hardware.

Satellite Calling

It has been reported that Apple is considering adding satellite phone calls on the iPhone 13. When it comes to satellite connectivity, the iPhone X won’t be able to reach all of the world’s markets and remote locations.

The purpose of…

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Prakriti Varshney Hailed As First Vegan Indian Woman To Summit Everest

Prakriti Varshney just became the first known vegan Indian woman to climb Mount Everest.

The plant-based athlete, blogger, and graphic designer reached the top of the world’s highest peak earlier this month.

According to climbing expedition company Seven Summit Treks, Varshney and her fellow climbers were the first to reach the summit of Everest this climbing season. 

It’s not the first time Varshney has hit the headlines for her climbing expeditions. Last year, she summited Nepal’s Ama Dablam, which stands at just over 6,800 meters. 

Widely regarded as one of the world’s most beautiful mountains, Ama Dablam is a tough climb. Not only did Varshney complete the trek, she also did it all while experiencing menstrual cramps. 

“For me, it made me cross my limits,” she told the Indian Express after the climb. “Like, I feel I would not have known how strong I am if this wouldn’t have happened.”

“I feel, a woman can be as strong as she wants and as fragile too,” she added. “And we have to embrace both.”

Vegan climbers 

Varshney is also a passionate animal lover and a strong advocate for veganism.

While she is said to be the first vegan Indian woman to summit Everest, Varshney is not the first vegan climber to reach the top.

Kuntal Joisher reached Everest’s summit in 2016, and in the same year, experienced Australian vegan climber Dr. Maria Strydom also reached the top. Tragically, she died of altitude sickness during the descent.

Joisher summited Everest again in 2018, and is now on a mission “to normalize vegan mountaineering.”

Describing the experience in 2016 for Red Bull last year, he wrote: “It was so overwhelming, I couldn’t hold back the tears. With a minute’s credit left on my satellite phone, I called home, then I sat down to soak in the view from the top. I’ll never forget those 20 minutes. The only feeling that compares is the birth of my daughter.”

He added: “It was a huge achievement…

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Phone and internet black spots leave regional Queensland residents, businesses stranded

Rob Window tried to call for help as a fierce bushfire raged towards his rural Queensland property in 2018. 

But he found himself on the end of a dead line with no service.

He sprinted to higher ground where he got a few bars of reception as the flames licked closer.

“If I was down the back and something happened, I would have been in strife because I wouldn’t be able to ring,” he said.

Mr Window and his partner Kim Russell moved from Victoria to Baffle Creek, 88 kilometres north of Bundaberg, four years ago only to find they had no phone or internet service. 

He said they had made countless complaints to Telstra and the NBN and spent thousands of dollars on equipment, including a booster and satellite phone for use in emergencies. 

“You take it for granted that you can use your phone, particularly if you’re coming from, say the suburbs of a city, and you move out to the country,” Mr Window said.

Businesses ‘just keep struggling’

Businesses in the centre of town are struggling with the same problem.

Cheryl Charles said she had lived in the Baffle Creek area for 28 years and owned the pub for almost a decade.

She said she took paying customers outside to get enough reception for the EFTPOS machine to work.

Publican Cheryl Charles says unreliable phone and internet service in Baffle Creek is hurting local businesses.(ABC Capricornia: Rachel McGhee)

“Customers wait for at least 10 minutes while it [the machine] just sits there and circles around and around…

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Rare orca spotted off coast of Cape Cod by same scalloping ship that reeled in 12,000-year-old mammoth tooth in December

Tim Rider, captain of the scalloping ship Finlander II, has fished off the New England coast for more than 25 years. He has never seen an orca.

He still has not. Instead, it was Rider’s co-captain who called him by satellite phone on Sunday afternoon after witnessing a rare sight. Captain Asher Molyneuax had woken up and spotted an orca, commonly known as a killer whale, next to his boat, 40 miles east of Nantucket and 25 miles southeast of Chatham.

“I was a little confused, I had just had a wicked good sleep, and was just getting my whereabouts again when all of a sudden, there was an orca,” Molyneaux told Boston.com. He had never spotted one before.

An orca, or killer whale, spotted about 25 miles off the coast of Cape Cod by Captain Asher Molyneaux of the Finlander II. (Photo courtesy of Asher Molyneaux).

“We have a knack for seeing these things,” Rider assessed.

That would be one way to put it.

In December Rider reeled in a 12,000-year-old woolly mammoth tooth from the waters of Newburyport.

He sent the 11-inch, 7-pound artifact to the University of New Hampshire for testing. University geologists and paleontologists confirmed that the fossil was a woolly mammoth molar. Experts estimated the age of the tooth to be around 12,000 years old based on the geological history of the Newburyport area.

12,000-year-old Woolly Mammoth Tooth

12,000-year-old Woolly Mammoth Tooth caught off coast of Newburyport.

Rider put the woolly mammoth tooth up for auction and sent the proceeds to the World Central Kitchen to help the global non-profit feed people fleeing Ukraine, he said.

The captains believe the orca may have been Old Thom, a solitary male spotted off the New England coast before. The whale, whose age is unknown, is about 30 feet long and weighs eight tons, the Boston Globe reported after a 2016 sighting.

When Molyneaux spotted the orca, it was swimming alongside a pod of dolphins, intermingling peacefully with the group.

“He was going along, surfacing and spouting and ducking back under and then…

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Riverside County auditor’s spending on beer, East Coast trips, satellite phone becomes election issue – Press Enterprise

Could a few beers cause a political hangover in the race to be Riverside County’s top fiscal watchdog?

Auditor-Controller Paul Angulo’s bar and restaurant tabs showed up in county expense records obtained through the California Public Records Act by Wildomar Mayor Ben Benoit, one of Angulo’s two challengers in the June 7 election.

Angulo said he paid the county back for his alcohol purchases. But Benoit is using the auditor’s own records — including invoices for East Coast trips, a satellite phone and a book on the opioid crisis — to paint a picture of an elected official he alleges recklessly spends taxpayer dollars instead of protecting them.

“I feel very strongly, after only a short time of looking into our current auditor-controller, that there needs to be change in (Angulo’s) office to better allow for accountability and transparency in that department,” said Benoit, the son of the late Riverside County Supervisor John Benoit.

In written responses to emailed questions, Angulo defended his spending and said he brings “a master’s degree in management, significant professional training and more than 20 years of fiscal management experience” to the office.

“From the time I proudly served our country in the United States Army until today, I have worked to uphold American values and to make our country — and Riverside County in particular — a better place,” Angulo said.

Marshall Campbell, who could not be reached for comment, is the third candidate in the auditor’s race. If no one gets a majority of the vote on June 7, the top two vote-getters will advance to a November runoff.

To win another four-year term, Angulo, who was first elected in 2010 and ran unopposed in 2018, will have to overcome the county’s political establishment.

All five county supervisors, Sheriff Chad Bianco; District Attorney Mike Hestrin; Rep. Ken Calvert, R-Corona; five lawmakers representing the county in Sacramento; and every mayor of the county’s 28…

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