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Satlink wins contract to provide broadband satellite connectivity to Naviera Armas Transmediterránea’s fleet

Madrid, 27 March 2021 - Naviera Armas Transmediterránea, a Canary Islands-based passenger and cargo shipping company, has signed a contract with Spanish engineering firm Satlink to provide broadband satellite connectivity to its fleet of 10 vessels. The shipping company has selected Satlink for its experience in the development of this type of services for the [...]

Satlink wins contract to provide broadband satellite connectivity to Naviera Armas Transmediterránea’s fleet2021-04-28T13:02:45+02:00

Satlink launches programme to train human fishery observers as land-based electronic monitoring analysts

Satlink leads the market for Electronic Monitoring (EM) in the Western Pacific region, with installations on more than two hundred vessels from nine countries Some Regional Fisheries Organisations, such as the Western and Central Pacific Commission (WCPFC), have suspended the placement of Human Observers on purse-seine vessels due to COVID-19 health concerns, effecting monitoring [...]

Satlink launches programme to train human fishery observers as land-based electronic monitoring analysts2020-08-04T17:01:49+02:00

Satlink celebrates the success of the Zero Impact campaign

According to the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO), around 13 million tons of plastic end up in the ocean every year. Of these, around 640.000 come from lost, discarded or abandoned nets and fishing gear. Even though in weight, these are less than 5% of all marine waste, they can [...]

Satlink celebrates the success of the Zero Impact campaign2020-05-12T13:10:59+02:00

Solomon Islands adds monitoring equipment to reduce IUU fishing

Madrid, 6 May 2020- The Solomon Islands’ Government has selected technology developed by Satlink, an engineering company based in Madrid Spain, to better monitor and manage fishing activity on longline vessels. By adopting this electronic monitoring technology, this Pacific archipelago country takes a further step towards supporting its commitment to fight against illegal fishing [...]

Solomon Islands adds monitoring equipment to reduce IUU fishing2020-05-07T08:57:55+02:00

Satlink shows the most advanced satellite telecommunications solutions to Spanish Special Forces

• In collaboration with Inmarsat and through live demonstrations at a base of operations, a headquarters, a mobile unit and soldiers on foot. Madrid, 10 October 2019.-  Satlink, a Spanish company specializing in satellite communications, has showcased the most advanced solutions currently available in the market to the Special Operations Forces of the Spanish Army [...]

Satlink shows the most advanced satellite telecommunications solutions to Spanish Special Forces2019-10-17T10:05:04+02:00

The Government of Kiribati chooses Satlink’s technology to modernize its Fishery Management System

Madrid, 11th July 2019.-  The Kiribati Ministry of Fisheries and Marine Resources Development’s (MFMRD) has selected Satlink, a Spanish engineering company specializing in sustainable fishing solutions, to assist in modernizing its Fisheries Management Platform. The Republic of Kiribati has one of the largest Exclusive Economic Zones (EEZ) in the world with about 15% of the [...]

The Government of Kiribati chooses Satlink’s technology to modernize its Fishery Management System2019-08-13T15:52:53+02:00

The maritime electronic solutions company ERB becomes part of Satlink Group, consolidating its growth strategy

Madrid, 30th July 2019.-  Satlink, a Spanish engineering company specialised in technological solutions and developments based on satellite communications, has acquired the company Electrónica Rías Bajas (ERB), dedicated to providing services around maritime electronics equipment and satellite telecommunications for the maritime environment. The operation is part of Satlink's growth strategy, following the entry into its [...]

The maritime electronic solutions company ERB becomes part of Satlink Group, consolidating its growth strategy2019-11-05T12:40:23+01:00
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