Narrowband satellite solutions for monitoring the environment in remote locations

Our climate is changing, and there is much discussion regarding the factors that are affecting this: pollution caused by man or by nature itself. Regardless of the causes, the changes are having a profound impact on our lives, with more frequent and stronger occurrences of natural disasters such as tornados, hurricanes, hail storms, tsunamis, earth quakes and volcanic activity. From a scientific perspective, more research is needed to better model, predict and warn the public of future events. The quality of this research in depends in part on access to ever more and accurate field data.


Narrowband satellite connectivity for environmental monitoring applications


A TSAT satellite solution will enable research institutions and public safety agencies to cost effectively and reliably connect their remote stations and controls for:

  • High resolution data acquisition from a wide range of sensors such as position (GPS), temperaturepressure, strain, level, distance (laser), speed and acceleration (broad and narrowband) sensors   
  • River, dam and reservoir level controls 
  • Coastal monitoring (tsunami) and alarming
  • Earthquake detection and alarming


A TSAT solution provides high reliability, reduces operating cost and improves cyber security.

Research institutions and government agencies benefit from integrating satellite communications with terrestrial communications solutions to obtain environmental monitoring data with maximum uptime.

Reduce recurring costs 

TSAT enables tailoring of satellite bandwidth to actual application throughout requirements. The TSAT flat-fee subscription model makes TSAT an affordable solution.

Improves cyber security

TSAT is implemented as private network solution and is not connected to the internet, hereby improving the cyber security of the environmental monitoring assets.

Maximum uptime

To ensure no gaps in the data collection, TSAT networks can be easily be implemented with geo-redundant and load-sharing HUB systems.