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C-COM antennas deployed by Netsat in Pakistan

C-COM Satellite Systems Inc., a leading global provider of commercial grade mobile auto-deploying satellite antenna systems, announced today that its Karachi based integrator has deployed multiple C-COM 1.2m vehicle mounted iNetVu® antenna systems for the Punjab Land Record Authority.

NETSAT Vehicles with C-COM iNetVu® 1200 Drive-away Antennas

NETSAT, Pakistan’s leading service provider and system integrator of satellite equipment, has been awarded a contract by Punjab Land Record Authority (PLRA) for establishment of mobile service vans for the Arazi Record Centers (ARCs) across the province.

The scope of works includes delivery, integration, installation and commissioning of satellite equipment on vehicles, and establishment of satellite connectivity between mobile vans and the PLRA Datacenter.

These vehicles will allow clients to receive various services at their doorsteps, including issuance of FARD (ownership document) and mutation of property. Five vehicles equipped with C-COM’s iNetVu® 1200 Drive-away satellite antenna systems have been deployed to provide these services using satellite connectivity, in areas where Broadband Internet is unavailable, such as in the tribal regions of south Punjab.

NETSAT has successfully delivered 20 vehicles to PLRA equipped with cameras, computers and satellite equipment, for delivery of seamless Internet services to the PLRA client.


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