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FleetBroadband-based service gains GMDSS recommendation

FleetBroadband operates on Inmarsat’s I-4 satellite network FleetBroadband operates on Inmarsat’s I-4 satellite network

Inmarsat’s new Fleet Safety product, a service incorporating FleetBroadband and a Maritime Safety Terminal (MST), has been recommended for Global Maritime Distress and Safety System (GMDSS) recognition after an International Maritime Organization (IMO) technical review.

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