Inmarsat was set up by the International Maritime Organization (IMO) in 1979 to provide a satellite communications network that would protect the lives of mariners anywhere at sea.
Today Inmarsat satellite communication services are not only saving lives but empowering people and communities, enabling business and trade, and supporting humanitarian work in the most remote and challenging locations. Their services are accessed using a variety of devices, from hand-held satellite phones and remote site fixed installations, to vessel, vehicular and airborne mobile terminals, offering different performance options to suit any operational needs.
|№||Boîtier GPS||Nombre total des unités|
|1||Inmarsat ISATPHONE 2||3|