Always Stay Connected Even In Remote & Maritime Locations

Satellite and Maritime Connectivity for IoT Applications

Satellite and maritime connections are vital for maximising the extent of IoT uses. As IoT devices are being used more widely, dependable and smooth connections are essential. Satellites are beneficial in remote areas where mobile, fixed line, or land networks are unavailable. In addition, maritime connections guarantee continuous data transfer for IoT applications on ships in specific maritime zones.

The fusion of satellite and maritime connections boosts IoT systems to monitor and manage assets on land and at sea in real-time, enhancing efficiency, productivity, safety, and security in business operations.

Worldwide Coverage Solutions

We have extended our worldwide coverage solutions via our satellite agreements: CSL Signs Strategic Satellite Comms Deal with GRC and also the Tampnet mobile network.

Satellite IoT Connectivity

Caburn Telecom can provide access to the Starlink network, bringing encrypted satellite connectivity to our logistics and enterprise customers from the world’s leading and largest, low-Earth orbit satellite connectivity constellation: see our IoT Satellite Solutions.

Where is Satellite IoT Connectivity Needed Instead of 4G IoT?

In remote locations where traditional networks struggle to reach, satellite connectivity becomes essential for reliable communication. Whether it’s on the ocean, high up in the mountains, or in isolated rural areas, the ability to stay connected via satellite is crucial for those who rely on IoT devices for data transmission. Unlike 4G, satellite connectivity offers a truly global reach that includes areas where no mobile masts can reach. Making it the ideal choice for industries that operate in very isolated areas, such as maritime, aviation, and emergency response. With satellite connectivity, IoT devices can enjoy seamless communication even in the most challenging environments, ensuring that critical data is always accessible.

4G Coverage in Shipping Lanes: Where is Satellite Connectivity Needed in Maritime Locations?

When it comes to 4G coverage in shipping lanes, the availability can vary greatly depending on the location. While major shipping routes may have good 4G coverage, more remote or less frequented areas may have limited to no coverage at all. In such cases, satellite connectivity becomes essential for communication and data transfer in maritime locations. Whether it’s for navigational purposes, safety communications, or simply staying connected while at sea, satellite connectivity offers a reliable solution in areas where traditional networks fall short.

Tampnet Maritime 4G

Tampnet was founded in 2001 in Stavanger, Norway and operates the world’s largest offshore high-capacity communication network in the North Sea and the Gulf of Mexico, serving customers within oil & gas, wind energy, maritime and carrier sectors with first-class telecommunications. This network covers the North Sea between The Netherlands, Great Britain and Norway. The coverage starts 12.5 kilometres from the coastline of The Netherlands (in international waters) and continues to the north. The mobile network offers 4G LTE for high-speed data, but also LTE-M (Cat-M) for low power IoT devices. Tampnet also offers 2G for SMS and voice. Please contact us at [email protected] if you would like to connect with one of our specialists or experts.

IoT Case Studies

RAC van in the hills


Caburn Telecom helped to give the RAC Telematics customers complete peace of mind, designing and deploying a reliable managed multi-network SIM solution.

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Spirit Healthcare

Caburn Telecom helped Spirit Healthcare expand the opportunities for its patient monitoring system CliniTouch, improving their quality of life for patients.

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