New Ground for a Converged European Secure Space Connectivity System

In the advent of key technology innovation breakthroughs and their implementation in next generation satellite networks, it is a good time to take a step back and reflect how these technologies will enable new capabilities and improve civil, government and military missions and operations. Convergence is the central theme across these new generation of satellite networks that reunite the space segment, ground segment, user segment and service layer. With the adoption of 5G and cloud-based architectures convergence also applies to the increased demand for hybrid networks combining satellite and terrestrial technologies into a single network. The main purpose for the convergence is to remove the complexity of ground segment networks and cater for an orchestration of services across these networks, allowing for new operational scenarios and supporting increased scalability and flexibility for globally dispersed government and military operations connecting fixed, on-the-move and on-the pause platforms on the ground, in the air and at sea.
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