At AeroSat Corporation, our mission is to keep you connected, no matter where you fly. For more than a decade, we have been developing aviation communications solutions for commercial aircraft and business jets that provide revolutionary global broadband and television services for passengers and crew.
Today, AeroSat is on the cutting-edge of in-flight connectivity, a market poised for significant growth. Our innovative Ku-band antenna systems enable aircraft to connect to the Internet whether in flight or at the gate, affordably maintaining high-speed broadband connections in every region of the world. More than 300 of our commercial TV antennas have been installed to date, providing service where others can't, due to a weak signal, low-to-horizon positioning, or humid weather conditions.
Our goal in the next two years is to become the aviation standard for wireless connectivity, television, cell-phone service, and text messaging. Within three years, we plan to introduce the next generation of airborne communications, delivering even greater connection speed at the lowest cost ever.
Innovative products. Proven performance.
Our product line includes four SATCOM antenna systems. Our newest product is a Fuselage Broadband Internet Antenna System that enables commercial airliners to receive true high-speed broadband Internet service. These Ku-band aircraft antennas are currently being implemented by several major airlines. In addition, we offer a Fuselage-Mounted aircraft television antenna, a Tail-Mounted aircraft television antenna and a TV/Internet Tail-Mounted Antenna. To date, we have shipped more than 300 units.
Certified and approved.
Today, our airborne SATCOM products are certified and in use on Boeing, Airbus, Gulfstream, Bombardier, Dessault and Cessna aircraft. AeroSat holds ISO 9001:2000 certification, Aerospace Standard (AS9100B) certification, FAA Parts Manufacture Authority (PMA) and is FAA certified on 28 types of aircraft. AeroSat's newest HR6400 Ku-band antenna is DO-160E qualified and flight tested.