Iridium Participated in M2M World Congress in London

Iridium Participated in M2M World Congress in London

Smart machines. Smart homes. Smart cities. This is not a trailer from a futuristic sci-fi movie. This is the reality of today’s M2M (machine-to-machine) world. Connected cars, home automation and mobile health are just a few of the M2M applications that drastically...
Iridium Provides Global Connectivity for Rutgers’ Challenger Glider Mission

Iridium Provides Global Connectivity for Rutgers’ Challenger Glider Mission

At Rutgers University, students and faculty at the Coastal Ocean Observation Lab (RU COOL) are currently working on a research project called the Challenger Glider Mission. A symbolic recreation of the first global scientific survey conducted by the HMS Challenger in 1872, the mission will “fly” 16 autonomous underwater gliders worldwide, covering all five ocean basins.

Iridium Looks to Ensuring Reliable Communications in Arctic Waters

In the December/January issue of Maritime IT & Electronics, Iridium’s Brian Pemberton discusses the current state of technology in maritime communications and the steps Iridium is taking to ensure that all vessels making the journey through these rugged waters are afforded the reliable voice and data communication technology needed to complete a successful journey.

Iridium Joins the International M2M Council

Iridium Joins the International M2M Council

Iridium recently announced that it has joined the International M2M Council (IMC). Established earlier this year, the IMC promotes the business benefits of machine-to-machine communications.