ST 6000 Series
ORBCOMM’s ST 6000 series satellite terminals deliver complete visibility and control of industrial assets operating in remote areas, with global satellite connectivity over the IsatData Pro network.
The versatile, environmentally-sealed ST 6000 satellite terminals can be installed on mobile assets such as light-and heavy-duty commercial vehicles, railcars, fishing vessels, heavy equipment and more. And with two-way satellite connectivity, the ST 6000 series is ideal for remotely monitoring and controlling fixed and portable assets used in SCADA applications such as those in the energy sector, including pipelines, flow meters, pumps, generators and tanks.
A newly designed built-in antenna makes it suitable for both land and maritime deployments, which means you can now use a single device on land and sea. The ST 6000 series also features a built-in accelerometer, expanded memory capacity, and support for additional navigation systems.
1. Easy Integration
With a broad set of integration tools, we make it easier for partners to bring their solutions to market.
2. Versatile and Fully Programmable
Can be programmed the terminal to support a wide range of applications. Configurable applications and custom scripts can accommodate basic or complex deployments, on land or at sea.
3. Comprehensive and Feature-Rich
Includes the latest in IoT technology to future proof your solution and provide you with a comprehensive feature set at great value.
4. Uninterrupted Connectivity
Supports global satellite connectivity over the IsatData Pro network, giving you peace of mind that assets won’t go ‘dark’ even in some of the world’s most isolated locations.
5. Unparalleled Customer Support
Available to solution providers and system integrators as part of an easy to use Starter Kit, including free activations, airtime and support.
“With IDP devices and off-the shelf applications, integration is accelerated and provides a comprehensive set of features that addresses the needs of fleet management without requiring additional device programming.”
Jeff Palmer, Director, Global Satellite Engineering