SES Government Solutions (SES GS) leverages our global satellite fleet to provide communications capability for Unmanned Aerial and Remotely Piloted Aircraft ISR requirements. With over 50 satellites offering global coverage, we have the depth and operational flexibility necessary to adapt quickly to evolving requirements – whether they entail support to contingencies in a new area of operations or the fielding of new and increasingly-advanced unmanned and remotely piloted platforms and sensors. Simply stated, SES GS provides robust communications capability, wherever today’s mission demands it.
Beyond today’s operational ISR mission requirements, the SES GS engineering team supports unmanned and remotely piloted research, development, test, and evaluation (RDT&E) efforts by both Government organizations and UAS system vendors. For example, SES GS has supported RDT&E efforts to improve communications throughput, to reduce RF interference, and to enhance airborne ISR sensor capabilities. Finally, our in-house SES GS satellite fleet development team works closely with Government organizations to ensure that the future SES satellite fleet incorporates those technologies and capabilities that will be necessary to meet tomorrow’s requirements.