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Global Telesat Communications (GTC) is a provider of communications hardware, airtime, mapping and related services which operate via satellite on the world’s leading commercial satellite networks.
We enable wireless communications in areas not served or underserved by regular landline or mobile networks, or in circumstances where these networks are not operational due to natural or man-made disasters. Many of our products and services offer 100% global coverage thereby allowing users in remote locations to make phone calls, connect to the internet and track assets or personnel anywhere in the world.
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We have provided global satellite connectivity solutions to more than 40,000 customers located in over 165 countries across the world.
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Agricultural operations need to be supported by an alternative means of communication to ensure farms are managed as efficiently as possible.
The nature of forestry means workers are not only operating in a dangerous environment but one that is often remote and not within coverage of traditional cellular or landline networks.
Government agencies have always been leaders in the use of new satellite technologies and the demand is ever increasing.
The marine sector is one which has no option but to rely on satellite networks for communication and safety purposes.
TV, movie and documentary production can take teams into the most remote locations on earth to record precious material which can be sent safely back to the studio via satellite.
When it comes to both personnel and assets, satellite communications enhance their security anywhere in the world.
As consumers spend more time connected with their smartphones in everyday life it seems the more they want that same connection even when they’re going off the grid.
With the focus of the world on tackling the ongoing climate crisis never has there been a time where utility providers have faced more scrutiny or pressure to operate efficiently.