Satellite services for disaster recovery and relief
Natural disasters are increasing in volume and intensity – indeed there has been a tenfold increase in the number of natural disasters since the 1960s (source: Institute for Economics & Peace). Floods and storms make up the majority of these incidents, downing power lines, cutting off communities, destroying property, and endangering lives.
Disaster recovery as a term doesn’t begin and end with natural disasters: it covers ransomware attacks where hackers take down communication networks, crippling emergency services, critical infrastructure, and commercial operations alike.
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Aviation Trackers for Search and Rescue
Aviation is considered one of the safest methods of travel, but with technical or human error, mistakes and accidents can still happen, leaving pilots and passengers in need of rescue.