Global Satellite USA Offering Three New Sat-Assist Products

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Global Satellite USA, which provides global sales, service and rentals of a wide variety of satellite and communications technology products and services, is exhibiting at the upcoming Miami International Boat Show and will be announcing three new levels of global satellite assistance service.  According to preliminary information, the services include:

 

Global Satellite Relay
– a GPS tracking system that can be downloaded to your GPS enabled cell phone. The days of carrying a cell phone and a GPS tracking solution are now over….travel light with just your cell phone.

Global Satellite Relay is a fully manned and managed emergency position and response service available 24 hours a day and 365 days a year. With one call to the global control center, advice and assistance is initiated from specially trained security specialists anywhere on earth.

Global Satellite Assist
Global Satellite Assist includes all the many features of Global Satellite Relay plus relay of SOS emergency emails to up to 10 recipients, relay of SMS messages to up to 10 mobile phones and 24 x7 phone line assistance for personal security briefing, security emergency assistance and related crisis management services.

Global Rescue
Global Satellite USA has partnered with Global Rescue to provide the highest level of medical and security from the world’s top experts and emergency evacuations from around the globe.

Global Satellite USA will be at the Miami International Boat Show, in booth #1633, Electronics Section, at the Miami Beach Convention Center.  More details on these new services will be available at the show.

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