Hispasat and Eurona, the Spanish multinational telecommunications firm, are implementing two pilot projects to promote digital transformation in the rural agrofood sector and to bridge the digital divide in the field through technologies like satellites and WiFi hotspots.
The “Journey to the heart of the Atrato”, promoted by the Colombian government, will run its course until 27 September to provide humanitarian aid to more than 4,000 families from the towns of Riosucio, Carmen del Darién, Bojayá, Vigía del Fuerte and Beté.
The operator is unveiling a unique technical solution that offers a catalogue of multimedia contents via satellite in maritime environments at its stand in Amsterdam.
This unique, high-capacity maritime connectivity solution allows clients to enjoy maximum flexibility and efficiency.
The operator will install a solar power plant for its own energy needs on the grounds of its satellite control centre in Arganda del Rey (Madrid) which will supply part of the electrical energy needed for its operations.