How would a network simulation service help the satellite industry on a regular everyday basis? Thales Alenia Space in France, SES in Luxembourg, and Sateliot in Spain wanted to find out – why? Read here!
Analyzing current and future networks, scenarios, algorithms and protocols usually require detailed radio network simulators and often also a simulator specialist. But what if high quality, secure and independent simulation activities could be available for everyone? We listed the top 5 reasons how Magister SimLab can help your business.
What will the railway systems be like in 20 years? Surely they’ll be more automatized, but what sort of requirements will they have? How will the coming traffic control systems be efficient and safe at the same time? Magister is participating in solving these questions by developing a new air interface for future railway control […]
The satellite industry is in a constant change and we are always curious to know how to serve it better and more appropriately. To get there, we made a market study with Jansky Partners’ Damien Garot. Read here, how Garot sums up the study and how we are replying to the market’s needs.
Magister has joined The 3rd Generation Partnership Project (3GPP) and plans to work within Radio Access Networks (RAN) technical specification group. Standardization enables production of high quality systems, products and services which meet the set requirements. It needs a wide range of expertise to succeed in its mission.
5G as part of satellite services? Reaching the last 10 % of the world’s population with an internet connection? Yes please, but how? We have the answer!
This fall we received a big acknowledgement from the European Space Agency (ESA), who assigned us with a funding of 250 000 euros to improve our Magister SimLab. The funding isn’t only for Magister though, it is for the whole satellite industry. Here’s why: