Fast, flexible satellite connectivity for mission-critical communications
From base to objective, Viasat delivers uninterrupted connectivity over our global satellite network
In the multi-domain battlespace, every second counts. For mission success, warfighters must receive real-time information. Speed and reliability is paramount because lives depend on it. Our breakthrough mobile SATCOM service transforms the way missions are executed and brings multiple communication options to airborne, ground, and maritime operations.
Viasat satellite service includes:
Viasat’s tailored mobile broadband service brings reliable, secure, two-way communications to manned/unmanned aircraft to enable fixed or rotary-wing to operate over Viasat's proprietary Best Available Network, so that airborne operations can perform mission-critical communications while in flight.
Critical communications-on-the-move demand a reliable network. Viasat’s global satellite service is designed for real-time command and control missions, over wide geographic regions, and across a range of terminals.
Viasat offers four service options for DoD, foreign militaries and federal agencies looking to power their ground terminals:
Enhanced onboard connectivity – from single sailor to entire crew. Viasat Maritime SATCOM service plans provide real-time, reliable connections. Whether securely sending mission data or streaming high-definition media, everyone on board can take advantage of the industry leading data rates and connectivity.
Viasat SATCOM solutions and service keeps warfighters connected across the globe.
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