The Alaska Department of Natural Resources is partnering with the UAA College of Engineering on a Global Navigation Satellite Systems reference station to enhance services statewide, such as mapping and the guidance of connected vehicles.
The Alaska Satellite Facility at UAF has a $70 million contract with NASA to continue to archive synthetic aperture radar data through 2028.
Arctic villages scrambled for internet alternatives after a subsea fiber optic cable was cut. Luckily, a new satellite option became available just months ago.
OneWeb, Pacific Dataport and Microcom share a vision to see high-speed, low-latency, enterprise-grade connectivity services delivered across Alaska.
Pacific Dataport (PDI) has signed a deal with space telecom pioneer Astranis to commission the company’s first-ever commercial satellite and dramatically increase the available bandwidth in Alaska and make internet access faster, more reliable and less expensive statewide.