Ineco launches SIDESAT, a pioneering satellite connectivity solution


Ineco will present its new SIDESAT solution during the Mobile World Congress, the global benchmark trade fair for connectivity, which will make it possible to predict the coverage of satellite communication and navigation signals anywhere in the world. Geolocation applications, emergency services, or connection of autonomous vehicles are just some of the services that will benefit from this new solution. 

The MITMA Group's engineering and consultancy firm will be launching its new innovation in the Spanish pavilion, led by, on Tuesday 28th at 09:30 in the "in orbit" session. The President of Ineco, Sergio Vázquez Torrón, will open a day dedicated to innovation in the space sector, which will include the Director of Innovation and Product Development, Ana Rojo; the Deputy Director of Aerospace Systems, Victor Bustos; and the person responsible for the development of SIDESAT, Eva Ramírez.

The company's internal call for innovation has given this project the green light for its development. Its power lies in the fact that it will make it possible to evaluate the visibility of signals in applications that require location and connection for data transmission anywhere in the world, and without the need to deploy any infrastructure for this purpose. 

Connectivity and navigation for digital transformation 

The assessment and development of satellite services that provide accurate geolocation and stable communications for data transmission and management are key elements for digital transformation.
Intelligent transport and connected mobility are some of the star applications that will see their expansion in the coming decades and which, due to their stringent security criteria, require connectivity and navigation services to be stable, reliable and continuous, both in high-demand environments and in remote areas.

While satellite constellations are designed to achieve full coverage in the service area, sometimes the performance or reception of signals may be degraded due to the particularities of the area, such as in urban areas with tall buildings, or in mountainous areas, for example. New ad-hoc simulation and prediction tools such as SIDESAT will allow high-capacity prediction of satellite coverage in any environment. 

All of this is set out in the Ineco Impulsa report, which is now available for download at this link: Ineco Impulsa: Connected to space.

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