Kymeta On-The-Move Communications Day
Join Kymeta and their partners to see the latest in public safety and first responder communications solutions. Experience more than 5 different demonstration vehicles all in one place. This is […]
Join Kymeta and their partners to see the latest in public safety and first responder communications solutions.
Experience more than 5 different demonstration vehicles all in one place.
This is a unique opportunity to see how reliable communications provided by Kymeta’s groundbreaking technology can provide critical connectivity for public safety and first responder communities. First responders know that reliable communications are critical in any response, but terrestrial networks are often susceptible to damage or saturation in emergency response scenarios. Kymeta and its partners are working to solve these issues by enabling communications access via flat-panel beamforming satellite antennas.
- Microsoft and Kymeta are jointly demonstrating end-to-end communications and network on the edge with Microsoft’s advanced patrol platform and tactical edge platform using flat-panel, satellite Kymeta™ KyWay™ Terminals.
- See how staying connected by satellite can enable remote command and control functions from virtually anywhere with the Nomad GCS tactical command vehicle.
- See how reliable communications can be deployed anywhere when using the KyWay Go. Learn about reliable, portable, on-the-move SATCOM solutions that can be deployed anywhere with the Kymeta KyWay Go.
- And finally, experience the latest testbed from Kymeta that is making the future of hybrid networks and connected vehicles a reality
You Don’t Want to Miss This
Four Reasons to Attend On-the-Move Communications Demo Day
1 – See live demonstrations on more than five different vehicles all in one place.
2 – Experience real-world public safety and first responder use cases.
3 – Gain the knowledge you need to ensure your communications are available when they are needed the most.
4 – Be ahead of the game – Obtain insights on where the future of on-the-move emergency communications is headed.