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Inmarsat Opens Up to Apps Developers

20/01/2015 by Sharon Shahzad

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Open technology platforms have revolutionised the technology industry, increasing levels of innovation and opening up new opportunities for developers and businesses alike. As part of the development of the next generation of the global mobile satellite technology and applications, Inmarsat, will harness this culture of innovation by opening up its platforms to developers to encourage new ideas that will change the way satellite communications are implemented on land, at sea and in the air.

The new open technology strategy, to be announced today at the first Inmarsat Developer Conference (IDC), will give the growing Developer Community the freedom to utilise Inmarsat technologies to develop innovative and bespoke applications.

During the three-day event, over 300 software, hardware and application developers will have the opportunity to hear about Inmarsat’s strategy – both long term and for the coming year – as well as meet other companies, developers and organisations from across the world that are already using Inmarsat’s infrastructure to develop innovative business solutions. Delegates will also learn how to become an Inmarsat developer through the Certified Application Partner programme.

Ian Kennedy of Cisco, a key strategic partner of Inmarsat, will deliver the keynote speech on “disruptive innovation in a hyper-connected future”. In his speech Ian will describe a vision of a hyper-connected 2020, a future where sensors and actuators are clustered and organised as systems that change the way we live and work.

This article has been extracted from http://www.lightreading.com, please click on this link to read the article in full http://www.lightreading.com/gigabit/wireless-satellite/inmarsat-opens-up-to-apps-developers-/d/d-id/713141

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