Integrasys to demonstrate cloud-based Beam Budget and other technologies at CABSAT 2021.
As Integrasys aims to make satellite mainstream, the company now enables customers to use its link budget tool on an SaaS model with a small monthly membership for Beam Budget.
Beam Budget is a cloud-based, link budget tool available anywhere, anytime by any user, for designing, selling and buying capacity and networks easily, rapidly and efficiently. The company claims the tool pays for itself from the first month, by reducing OPEX and winning new opportunities and revenue. The interface obtains thousands of LB results with just a few inputs, by AI and automation, so the tool can accurately calculate within seconds the millions of links needed to design the network.
Although a CAPEX model is also available for those who want a permanent and complete Beam Budget licence, the web-based software offers a second option. It also includes the latest technologies, such as very high-throughput satellites, adaptive coding modulation, flat panel antennas, mobility and much more.
Integrasys has also updated its Beam Budget tool, which now also supports LEO and MEO constellations. The company has been updating the LEO option this year, in order to offer a flexible solution for these new constellations. Beam Budget enables the user to manage a LEO network seamlessly, by calculating several dynamic links simultaneously in real time as well as selecting a period to obtain the necessary metrics, to ensure a reliable infrastructure.
The latest development updates the constellations database, including the announced constellations, as well as adding a new feature of the laser inter-satellite link, which can be switched on and off in a matter of a click in order to provide interconnected constellations in space as well as combined constellations multiorbit, creating a robust network design and taking advantage of the new space race assets and latest constellations in any orbit.
Integrasys has also improved its LEO and MEO reporting capabilities, with a dual analysis of the forward and return link as well as detailed information on beams and coverage. The metrics are represented graphically so that sales teams can understand the results and export the report to Excel or PDF.