About Globalsat Group
Founded in 1999, Globalsat Group is the first Pan-American Mobile Satellite Service (MSS) consortium and a leading provider of voice, data, M2M/IoT, software, and hardware development throughout the western hemisphere.
The group has offices in the continental United States, Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Canada, Chile, Colombia, Peru, Puerto Rico and Mexico as well as distributors in the most important cities in the region.
Continuously and efficiently, Globalsat land, maritime and aeronautical solutions provide mission-critical communications to thousands of clients across sectors which include energy, government, defence, media, mining, banking, agriculture, NGOs and tourism.
Recently, Globalsat Group was honoured with the “Top Land Mobility Satcom Innovation Award” by the Mobile Satellite User Association. Globalsat was also named “Latin America Satellite Communications Company of the Year” for two consecutive years (2016, 2017) by the highly recognised international consulting firm Frost & Sullivan.
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What We Do
The basic principle behind Comms On The Move is that a vehicle equipped with a satellite antenna is able to establish communication with a satellite network and maintain that communication while the vehicle is moving.
In agriculture and forestry, the increasing competition to get the most out of often diminishing resources. That means going farther, working harder and communicating better than anyone else.
Comms on the Move
Defense & Government
Aid, NGO & Disaster Relief
Transport and Logistics
Agriculture & Forestry
" Due to its overall strong performance, coupled with the benefits it provides to its clients, Globalsat is the deserving recipient of the 2016 Frost & Sullivan Company of the Year award in the Latin American Satellite Communications Market. The company has a unique positioning in the region, backed by its ability to cater to the demanding needs of its customers. "
- Frost & Sullivan, Best Practices Research Team.
" Within our emergency network, BGAN services are extremely important and used as alternative communication systems to coordinate our actions when conventional links are disrupted. We make use of satellite telephony and the data service becomes our main Internet access route. This insures that in spite of any impact a catastrophe might have on national terrestrial infrastructure, we can continue to keep in touch and thus act in a coordinated manner supporting the maritime and coastal community. "