Inmarsat’s Application and Solution Provider Programme supports AnsuR’s growth plans

Application and Solution Provider Programme

AnsuR Technologies, is an award-winning software company, founded in Norway in 2005 to help the United Nations with image transfer in disaster response. Since then, the company has branched out from its original focus on creating ground-breaking visual communication solutions for emergency situations to develop solutions for a variety of government and enterprise customers. Joining Inmarsat’s Application and Solution Provider Programme has opened a significant global market opportunity for AnsuR, in providing software solutions for any commercial or industrial use case where visual information is required to back up traditional IoT sensors

Ground-breaking livestreaming software

We are all about enabling the efficient transfer of data to save our customers money and increase operational efficiency,” says Paul Gudonis, the chief executive officer at AnsuR. “Alongside Inmarsat’s BGAN M2M service, we provide data communication tools for real-world situations where visual data is needed, ensuring fullprecision photo and video content is communicated using considerably less bandwidth than traditional methods. By facilitating remote inspections in hazardous environments, we can not only help keep people safe, but also deliver substantial sustainability value too

In any situation where an IoT sensor sends an alarm, AnsuR’s proprietary software sends the visual information needed by engineers or maintenance teams, helping them to understand the exact situation on the ground.

ASP Programme accelerates growth

Right now, AnsuR is on a journey, rapidly transitioning from a traditional R&D organisation to a company that is far more commercially focused. To support its ambitious growth plans, AnsuR formalised its longstanding relationship with Inmarsat by joining the company’s Application and Solution Provider (ASP) Programme. Being an ASP member gives AnsuR access to Inmarsat’s reliable, secure and cost-effective connectivity through the industry leading ELERA narrowband network. It also offers access to an invaluable network of trusted technical and commercial partners, and the opportunity to collaborate closely with other innovative IoT solutions developers. Working closely with Inmarsat and other ASP partners means AnsuR can accelerate the development and commercialisation of its bespoke software solutions: helping customers in utilities and in other sectors, such as mining or critical infrastructure, manage assets that are beyond the easy reach of both people and terrestrial network coverage.

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