On November 25 Gonets Satellite System JSC (part of Roscosmos State Corporation) took part in a meeting of the Interdepartmental Commission on the use of the results of space activities in the interests of socio-economic development of Russia and its regions.
Pavel Cherenkov, General Director of the Gonets Satellite System JSC, made a presentation at the event on the unique software and hardware complexes that the company is developing together with partners. Five "boxed" solutions have been created that solve the tasks of obtaining, processing and presenting monitoring data of various remote objects. The uniqueness of the products lies in the ability to receive data from anywhere on Earth via the channels of the Gonets satellite system. The subscriber equipment of the system is compact and does not require guidance on the signal of the spacecraft. This makes it possible to use the Gonets terminals with equal efficiency on mobile and stationary objects. The following solutions were presented:
- Gonets- Hydromet: data collection and sensor management in meteorology and hydrology;
- Gonets- Cedar: monitoring of mobile and stationary industrial facilities - gas and oil pipelines, mining and forestry equipment;
- Gonets- Impulse: digital monitoring of power grids;
- Gonets - TSK: corrosion monitoring of steel pipelines and structures;
- Gonets- Ecologist: digital monitoring of liquid media, which can be used in the petrochemical industry, during transportation and storage of fuels and lubricants, at various hydrological facilities and in the agricultural complex.
The Commission was formed in 2019 on behalf of the Government of the Russian Federation under the State Corporation Roscosmos in order to ensure the implementation of the "Fundamentals of State Policy in the Field of using the Results of Space Activities in the interests of modernizing the economy of the Russian Federation and the development of its regions for the period up to 2030."
The Gonets system is a unique Russian mobile satellite communication system that provides data transmission services via secure channels anywhere in the world, in territories with incomplete or absent coverage by terrestrial communication networks, including the poles of the Earth.
Pavel Cherenkov's presentation at the comission