Inmarsat launches ELERA narrowband network to support rapidly expanding mobility enterprises including drones

Inmarsat has launched a global narrowband network called Inmarsat ELERA, designed to support the rapidly evolving world of the Internet of Things (IoT) and for global mobility customers, including aviation, maritime, governments and select enterprises.

ELERA builds on Inmarsat’s position in Mobile Satellite Services (MSS). Its foundation is Inmarsat’s L-band network and incorporates new innovations ranging from higher speeds to smaller, low cost terminals and [the previously announced] Inmarsat-6 satellites, the first of which (I-6 F1) is scheduled to launch before the end of 2021.

ELERA is a key component of ORCHESTRA, the network recently launched by Inmarsat that combines GEO, LEO and 5G into one global communications solution.

ELERA is designed to support new IoT use cases across everything from autonomous transport and unmanned aerial vehicles (UAV) to industrial and agricultural IoT applications.

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