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© Inmarsat confidential
Empowering aid organisations
with innovative satellite applications for
affected communities
Drew ...
© Inmarsat confidential
Agenda
Disaster lifecycle
Risk mitigation
Emergency response
Emergency relief
Welfare communicatio...
© Inmarsat confidential
Inmarsat focus areas
Relief Reconstruction Sustainability
Humanitarian aid Development aid
NGO sec...
© Inmarsat confidential
Risk mitigation
Real time access to critical data for remote monitoring
The Earth Observatory of S...
© Inmarsat confidential
Emergency response
Impact of satcoms in emergency response
Enabled TSF to reconnect families acros...
© Inmarsat confidential
Emergency relief
The Instant Network in a backpack
Vodafone Foundation Instant Network
Mini develo...
© Inmarsat confidential
Welfare communications
Essential to community self-organization and recovery
Satellite telephony
T...
© Inmarsat confidential
Sustainable development aid
Empowering affected communities
Provision of connectivity in the immed...
© Inmarsat confidential
Capacity and Speed
Resilience and SafetyL-band
• Up to 492 kbps
• Global
• Resilient, all-weather
...
© Inmarsat confidential
Future innovative solutions
The space segment
3+1 satellites designed and built by
Boeing Satellit...
© Inmarsat confidential
Future innovative solutions
Seamless global coverage
Single operator
Seamless handover within and
...
© Inmarsat confidential
SEP portals
Empowering Humanitarian Aid organizations
A reseller portal A developer network
portal...
© Inmarsat confidential
SEP portals
Self-serve portal
Secure portal for GX end-users
Self
on-boarding
Pre-paid top-ups
(cr...
© Inmarsat confidential
GX transportable terminals
60 - 100 cm transportable, flyaway and drive-away, manual and
autopoint...
© Inmarsat confidential
GX fixed site terminals
69 cm - 1.8 m fixed site manual point
5W BUC or XCVR, with 9W option
Stand...
© Inmarsat confidential
Global Xpress® (GX)
Later this year…
First Inmarsat-5 satellite launched
In-orbit testing well und...
© Inmarsat confidential
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  • Each strategic element reinforces the othersA unique applications platform enables integrated services across L- and Ka-band
  • Applications can integrate thanks to API with end-user database and e-wallet to deliver value-added content in a pre-paid modelProducts CatalogueGX Voice (also available as post-paid to VAR and Operators)GX Video Chat (in roadmap)Applications purchaseTop-ups via credit card or e-voucher Local cash transaction also supported but top-up is done from reseller portal by operatorInmarsat takes care of the entire billing scheme involved CDR History (voice…)
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    1. 1. © Inmarsat confidential Empowering aid organisations with innovative satellite applications for affected communities Drew Brandy VP, Enterprise Strategy and Development
    2. 2. © Inmarsat confidential Agenda Disaster lifecycle Risk mitigation Emergency response Emergency relief Welfare communications Sustainable development aid Future innovative solutions
    3. 3. © Inmarsat confidential Inmarsat focus areas Relief Reconstruction Sustainability Humanitarian aid Development aid NGO sector Disaster lifecycle Restore basic communication, s ituational awareness Field office connectivity, pers onnel security Construction project management, sit e security Economic development, Fi nancial, Health and Education services Risk mitigation Response Real-time data monitoring and collection Risk reduction and mitigation
    4. 4. © Inmarsat confidential Risk mitigation Real time access to critical data for remote monitoring The Earth Observatory of Singapore (EOS), deployed BGAN to: Improve forecasting mechanisms of earthquakes and tsunamis more reliably Collect, process, analyse and archive data on tectonic plate movements in the region Data collected at its GPS permanent stations need to be transmitted via satellite telemetry to EOS Also helped to monitor the working condition of the GPS receivers Inform EOS of the electrical health of the power system’s charge controller
    5. 5. © Inmarsat confidential Emergency response Impact of satcoms in emergency response Enabled TSF to reconnect families across the world and provide priority phone calls to connect families TSF during first stage emergency response in Philippines 5 Telecom centres deployed in minutes Emergency responders connected simultaneously in the direct aftermath of Typhoon Haiyan50+ 25,000 People reconnected throughout the Philippines in 2013
    6. 6. © Inmarsat confidential Emergency relief The Instant Network in a backpack Vodafone Foundation Instant Network Mini developed with TSF using BGAN High mobility and rapid deployment capacity Provide GSM connectivity in the most isolated areas of the world Allowing for calls and messaging, including SMS or USSD-based solutions like cash transfer or mobile data collection Designed to provide key GSM network features anywhere Using the Inmarsat BGAN connection as the IP backhaul
    7. 7. © Inmarsat confidential Welfare communications Essential to community self-organization and recovery Satellite telephony Text and email messaging Longest battery life in industry • Talk time 8 hours, standby time up to 160 hours GPS location data – view position and text Tracking button Assistance button Incoming call alerts with antenna stowed Bluetooth for hands-free use IK04 and IP65 Transflective display with Gorilla glass
    8. 8. © Inmarsat confidential Sustainable development aid Empowering affected communities Provision of connectivity in the immediate aftermath of disasters in minutes Use your own device Improve information sharing, monitoring and evaluation Enable other forms of aid, i.e. cash transfer and eHealth Manage access by data type, usage type or per user, thus controlling cost Wi-Fi and User ID management on the control app it is easy to share With IP65 rating and up to 100 metre Wi-Fi radius
    9. 9. © Inmarsat confidential Capacity and Speed Resilience and SafetyL-band • Up to 492 kbps • Global • Resilient, all-weather solution • Supports safety services • True broadband • Relatively uncrowded spectrum • Ability to quickly add bandwidth for high demand Ka-band Platform that enables same applications and solutions as used in the home office in remote locations Future innovative solutions Adding Ka-band services to L-band portfolio
    10. 10. © Inmarsat confidential Future innovative solutions The space segment 3+1 satellites designed and built by Boeing Satellite Systems Global Service Beam (GSB) Payload • 89 spot beams per satellite (up to 72 active) • 32 MHz bandwidth per GSB in forward and return directions, 7-color frequency reuse High Capacity Payload (HCP) Overlay • 6 steerable high-power beams • 8 commercial channels each with 100 MHz channelisation in forward and return directions • Interoperable with global beams
    11. 11. © Inmarsat confidential Future innovative solutions Seamless global coverage Single operator Seamless handover within and between satellite regions Designed for mobility Global coverage, with commercial Ka-band complemented by L-band The only hybrid satellite network that combines Ka- and L-band technology to provide consistent global coverage
    12. 12. © Inmarsat confidential SEP portals Empowering Humanitarian Aid organizations A reseller portal A developer network portal A self-serve portal for end-user org
    13. 13. © Inmarsat confidential SEP portals Self-serve portal Secure portal for GX end-users Self on-boarding Pre-paid top-ups (credit card, voucher) Product catalogue - apps Usage history, top-ups history Your applications? • Situational awareness and mapping • LMR, Wi-Fi, Wi-Max • Logistics Occasional use reservation system
    14. 14. © Inmarsat confidential GX transportable terminals 60 - 100 cm transportable, flyaway and drive-away, manual and autopoint 5W BUC or XCVR, with 9W or 12W options for some terminals Quick deploy tripod (flyaway) or vehicular mount (drive-away) with one-touch commissioning anywhere in coverage Include iDirect GX Core Module modem with enclosure Compact land terminals are easy to deploy and re-deploy, and rugged for harsh remote environments and any duty cycle
    15. 15. © Inmarsat confidential GX fixed site terminals 69 cm - 1.8 m fixed site manual point 5W BUC or XCVR, with 9W option Standard fixed site mounts (roof, wall, pole and non-penetrating) with one-touch commissioning Include iDirect GX Core Module modem with enclosure Compact land terminals are easy to install and commission, delivering high throughput service to fixed locations
    16. 16. © Inmarsat confidential Global Xpress® (GX) Later this year… First Inmarsat-5 satellite launched In-orbit testing well underway Preparing for terminal beta testing Counting down to commercial service over the Indian Ocean region Global coverage – early 2015
    17. 17. © Inmarsat confidential Thank you
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