TTP introduces Gotonomi system for small and lightweight UAV satellite terminals

Technology company TTP is launching its Gotonomi miniaturised communication system at the upcoming Commercial UAV Expo in Las Vegas. Gotonomi is desiged to offer compact satellite terminals as flight trial development kits for unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs). These terminals, developed in collaboration with Viasat’s Velaris connectivity solution, are part of the Iris air traffic modernisation initiative, led by the European Space Agency (ESA) and powered by Viasat’s ELERA satellite network.

According to the press release, Velaris facilitates secure communications for commercial UAVs, enabling Beyond Visual Line of Sight (BVLOS) flights and integration with aircraft in commercial airspace. This enables operators to conduct extended flights and access real-time monitoring tools for safe integration with air traffic.

Upon connecting to the Velaris service, Gotonomi’s terminals will offer 200kbps secure datalink, ensuring smooth communication between vehicles, remote operators, and UAV Traffic Management (UTM) systems. The initial product lineup includes three variants:

  1. Velaris 200 – Fully integrated satcom antenna.
  2. Velaris Module – Core module for satcom communication.
  3. Velaris Multi-link Module – Core module for satcom and LTE hybrid terminal with edge compute capabilities.

The hybrid connectivity approach combines low-latency, high-speed 4G communications with a resilient satellite link, ensuring connectivity across the globe through intelligent data routing.

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