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Iridium’s Scott Scheimreif: Demand to Grow for Small-Form-Factor Broadband Antennas

Scott Scheimreif

TYSONS CORNER, VA, June 22, 2018 — Scott Scheimreif, executive vice president of government programs at Iridium Communications (Nasdaq: IRDM) predicts that the industry will see an increased demand for small-form-factor antennas equipped with agile broadband connectivity that could be used to support mobile communications for public safety and other operations, ExecutiveBiz reported Tuesday.

Scheimreif said in an interview with MilsatMagazine Iridium’s push-to-talk service had a 3,900-percent rise in usage last year as several relief organizations tapped into the network to conduct rescue missions and coordinate resources in Puerto Rico during Hurricane Maria.

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