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Fleet Xpress Enables Worldwide Transmission of Deep Sea Images as Inmarsat Supports Nekton Mission

Fleet Xpress Enables Worldwide Transmission of Deep Sea Images as Inmarsat Supports Nekton Mission

Press releases   •   Mar 06, 2020 12:53 GMT

Inmarsat’s Fleet Xpress, the world’s leading maritime broadband service, has once more been chosen to provide the connectivity backbone enabling images captured by the deep ocean research institute Nekton from the floor of the Indian Ocean to be transmitted to audiences worldwide.

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Hi-res image - Inmarsat - Mike Pownall observing sub launch on sea-trials

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The Nekton Institute will rely on Inmarsat’s Fleet Xpress for its mission exploring deep ocean biodiversity.

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Hi-res image - Inmarsat - The Nekton Institute will rely on Inmarsat’s Fleet Xpress for its mission exploring deep ocean biodiversity

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Data will be transmitted from the Indian Ocean to the research vessel Pressure Drop and relayed via Fleet Xpress to marine science projec...

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Hi-res image - Inmarsat - Nekton research vessel Pressure Drop in Barcelona

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Data will be transmitted from the Indian Ocean to the research vessel Pressure Drop and relayed via Fleet Xpress to marine science projec...

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Fleet Xpress Enables Worldwide Transmission of Deep Sea Images as Inmarsat Supports Nekton Mission

Inmarsat’s Fleet Xpress, the world’s leading maritime broadband service, has once more been chosen to provide the connectivity backbone enabling images captured by the deep ocean research institute Nekton from the floor of the Indian Ocean to be transmitted to audiences worldwide.