Connecting the Unconnected Part 4: In the Air, On the Ocean, On the Move March 01, 2020 Podcast , Connecting the Unconnected false Many Americans report being online “constantly,” and hyper-connectivity behavior follows consumers wherever they go, now even reaching airplanes and cruise ships. Analysts at Euroconsult predict a 200% increase in connected aircraft during the next eight years. In our latest in the series “Connecting the Unconnected,” Reza Rasoulian and Royce Hernandez of Hughes Network Systems share the latest developments in connectivity solutions for aero and maritime customers. Categories See All Satellite is Essential (55) Connecting the Unconnected (53) Company News (42) JUPITER System (33) HughesNet (27) HughesON Managed Networks (18) SD-WAN (17) Podcast (17) Community Wi-Fi (16) Emergency Communications (13) Mobility (13) Interoperability (12) Cellular Backhaul (11) Popular Blogs Vessels of all Types Use JUPITER System for Land-like Connectivity at SeaAug 25, 2021 Building Dynamic and Secure Networks with James Clevenger on StateScoop RadioAug 31, 2021 Hughes ayuda a acelerar la conectividad rural en ColombiaSep 12, 2021 Deep in the Amazon, HughesNet Provides ConnectivitySep 15, 2021 Satellite Enabled Voice Services Save Idaho Property and Many Acres from WildfireSep 29, 2021 Related Posts See All 5 for 50: Milestones in Mobility Bhanu Durvasula, Vice President, International Division October 26, 2021 Satellite Enabled Voice Services Save Idaho Property and Many Acres from Wildfire September 29, 2021 Deep in the Amazon, HughesNet Provides Connectivity September 15, 2021 Building Dynamic and Secure Networks with James Clevenger on StateScoop Radio August 31, 2021 Vessels of all Types Use JUPITER System for Land-like Connectivity at Sea August 25, 2021 ENJOY THIS POST? Provide your email below to receive a monthly round-up of what’s happening in the world of connectivity! First Name Last Name Email Company Campaign ID CAPTCHA This question is for testing whether or not you are a human visitor and to prevent automated spam submissions.