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GMV signs agreement to assume Raytheon software support

GMV has signed a licensing agreement with Raytheon Company to migrate software support services for the satellite ground system software originally provided by Raytheon to some 65 Boeing-manufactured commercial, geostationary satellites around the world.

GMV will provide software maintenance, training, operations, analysis, consulting, help-desk support, on-site support, software upgrades, and software patches to commercial operators around the world who are currently operating their Boeing-manufactured satellites with Raytheon‘s telemetry command and ranging (TCR) software, Orbital Operations (OrbOps) software, and related software programs.
This agreement allows GMV to significantly expand its reach to commercial operators around the world, and will provide a valuable service to those customers whose satellites have years of life left in them. With this agreement, GMV will be providing operational SW and support services to over 150 satellites around the world.
GMV is one of the leading suppliers of satellite ground system software in the world, and is the global leader in satellite flight dynamics for all types of satellite missions (LEO, MEO, GEO, HEEO and interplanetary). GMV has been providing satellite ground system software to satellite manufacturers, commercial operators, and Space Institutions around the world for over 22 years. There are currently more than 70 satellites being operated from five continents and 18 countries with GMV‘s operational software.
(Source GMV)