Honeywell offers high-speed, high-bandwidth satellite communications capabilities for military use. Inmarsat’s Global Xpress (GX) broadband service and Honeywell’s JetWave™ satellite communications hardware work together to provide a consistent, high-speed, high-bandwidth connectivity experience for military users around the world, improving overall situational awareness and safety while allowing troops to communicate more effectively.

The Global Xpress network offers the most extensive global coverage for military airborne operations while over land or sea, over non-traditional flight paths, and in remote areas, providing the warfighter with constant command and control link.

For the unique environment of the military operator, JetWave and the Inmarsat Global Xpress network will now be able to improve the effectiveness of military missions with a secure and high-speed environment to transmit mission-critical information, communicate with ground forces, host real-time video briefings, share data between manned and unmanned platforms, intelligence surveillance reconnaissance (ISR) video, secure communications and more. The system is scalable and configurable for a wide variety of military platforms with antenna options available for large and small airframes.

Unlike many other products available today, JetWave provides high-speed, reliable connectivity, when and where the warfighter needs it, regardless of mission or geographic location. Honeywell’s next-generation connectivity solution will transform the way troops communicate in battle, providing unprecedented capabilities that allow military personnel to have situational awareness in multiple locations at once.

Honeywell envisions a battlefield of the future that’s not inhibited by spotty, slow and unreliable connectivity. We want to create a landscape of consistent and interconnected communication between parties regardless of the type of platform or its location. The goal is a connected military anywhere in the world with high-speed, high-bandwidth and secure connectivity.

To learn more about the power of connectivity visit aerospace.honeywell.com/milsatcom

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