IsatData Pro is the fastest low-data rate satellite communications service specifically designed to connect people with equipment and enterprise applications—anytime, in the world’s most remote locations. Using the two-way Inmarsat satellite network, IsatData Pro operates over geosynchronous satellites in geostationary orbit (GEO), with a robust infrastructure of ground stations located around the globe.
IsatData Pro offers enhanced reliability and the ability to deliver more data than other satellite M2M services in the market. This allows businesses to share more data across diverse operations via email, text message, electronic forms and workflow automation.
Inmarsat's global L-band satellite network offers the highest payload and lowest latency of any L-band satellite store-and-forward service, providing 99.9% network availability and a ubiquitous, resilient and flexible solution for remote monitoring of fixed and mobile assets.
The IsatData Pro network is also not subject to rain fade or impacted by other harsh weather conditions. IsatData Pro devices do not require antenna pointing, simplifying installation and adding to the reliability of unmanned terminals in an open environment.
Limitless Industry Applications
Whether it’s used for managing trucks, fishing vessels or oil and gas equipment, IsatData Pro facilitates increases in business efficiency, lowering of operation costs and compliance with government regulations.
The IDP series supports a wide range of security and location-based M2M services, from tracking and in-cab messaging for transportation and maritime fleets, to transmitting telemetry information from oil and gas distribution equipment, to remote management and control of heavy equipment and fixed assets.
IsatData Pro At-a-Glance
“Ease of installation and optimal cost are two of the reasons why we chose IsatData Pro. Our technicians and customers don’t need to be satellite experts to install the IDP terminal: they just point it toward the sky and it's ready to go.”
James Logan, CEO, OneRain Inc.
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