Services for communications service providers
- Delivery of digital stream from the data center MMTS-9 to Teleports of the GC AltegroSky in Moscow and Khabarovsk.
- Organization of the rise of a regional TV channel with the construction of a local Teleport.
- Formation of a DVB digital stream for a dedicated digital communication channel or the inclusion of a digital stream into an existing common DVB standard stream.
- Teleport facilities rental and Uplink of TV channels to the repeater satellite.
- Rent of the necessary space segment of the repeater satellite.
Delivering enhanced connectivity across eurasia.2018
Panasonic Avionics Corporation (Panasonic) and the Russian Satellite Communications Company (RSCC) have partnered to provide inflight connectivity (IFC) services over the Eurasia region. The services will be provided via RSCC’s state-of-the-art Express-AM5 and Express-AM6 Ku-band satellites.
As part of the partnership, Panasonic has entered into an agreement with AltegroSky Group for the provision of infrastructure that enables Panasonic to provide inflight entertainment and connectivity (IFEC) services via the Russian satellites.
The network will be managed via AltegroSky’s Network Management teleports (NMCs) in Moscow and Khabarovsk. Landing transit traffic at these NMCs will be delivered to the link up station with the MMTS9 operator via terrestrial communication channels.
Sergey Pekhterev, founder of AltegroSky, says: “Not only do such projects provide opportunities for us to hone our skills of cooperation with global operators and market leaders, but they also bring us to the technological forefront of the industry. This makes it possible to move ahead in building up our own infrastructure to provide innovative services to our customers in Russia, including broadband access on aircraft and ships.
“We believe that the contract demonstrates the competency of our company and our readiness for open partnership in the implementation of key activities.”
Satellite communications for business
Modern satellite technologies allow solving a wide range of tasks aimed at increasing the efficiency of business processes and operative management of remote units.
- Data transfer
- Access to the Internet
- Marine and river VSAT
- Corporate satellite networks
- Dedicated SCPC / C-n-C channels
- The Uplink of TV channels
- Mobile satellite communications (VSAT, Iridium, Thyraya)
The largest European operator decided in favour of Russian partners.2017
The project on arranging communication channels for the companies in the oil and gas sector was started in November 2017. Telespazio (a Leonardo and Thales 67/33 joint venture), one of the world’s main players in satellite solutions and services, Gazprom Space Systems, the Russian satellite operator, and AltegroSky Group of Companies, the Russian provider of satellite communications services, acted as the partners of this project. The parties signed a number of agreements.
Telespazio and Gazprom Space Systems entered into the contract for using Yamal-202 satellite capacity.
The contract for the provision of satellite services was signed with AltegroSky Group of Companies. It includes the provision of teleport services to organize the dedicated channel, as well as broadband access services and telephony.
“This isn't the first time AltegroSky Group of Companies performs the projects for the foreign customer, over the years of work we have developed warm relations with several international companies. The contract with the Italian partner is further confirmation of the quality and increasing demand for the provided services and professionalism of the team,”– stated Vitaly Kramar, the Director General of AltegroSky Group of Companies.
Strong relations between Gazprom Space Systems and AltegroSky Group of Companies allowed to meet the strict time limits of the project. The work was carried out within the record period of three days.
Satellite services for state structures
- Closed departmental data transmission networks
- Mobile communication center (broadcasting, telephony, VCS, Internet access)
- Transmission of information from points of emergency situations
Organization of the Unified Closed Communications Infrastructure
- Unified information environment between departments of a state institution.
- Fast exchange of all necessary information.
- Operational communication with employees on the ACU or video conferencing.
- Remote video surveillance.
- Qualitative improvement of the working conditions of employees.
The choice of satellite technology for the development of telemedicine in Russia is due to several factors:
- the presence on the territory of the Russian Federation a number of the high-risk zones associated with high risks of emergency situations of natural and man-made disasters;
- geographic, climatic and transport restrictions on the use of terrestrial communication systems;
- a disparate infrastructure of medical and preventive organizations.
Satellite systems meet all the requirements for mobile telemedicine diagnostic complexes and emergency response systems. The main customer of satellite equipment for telemedicine complexes is the Federal State Unitary Enterprise "All-Russian Center for Emergency Medicine " Protection "under the Ministry of Health of the Russian Federation. The first application of emergency medical response complexes in the aftermath of floods has already showed the main advantages of using satellite technologies in emergency situations: rapid deployment and high quality of communication, providing unlimited remote diagnostics capabilities.
Currently, the customer already has a fleet of 14 mobile systems, equipped with the iNetVu Drive-Away Antennas, which are used in almost all regions of the country: Central Federal District (Moscow and Moscow Region), North-Western Federal District (St. Petersburg, Arkhangelsk), Urals Federal District (Ekaterinburg), Volga Federal District (Perm, Republic of Tatarstan, Republic of Bashkortostan), Far-Eastern Federal District (Kamchatka region), Southern Federal District (Krasnodar region).
Mobile telemedicine complex of the regional clinical hospital named after N. Semashko
Mobile communication center for transmitting information from emergency situations