Saving lives and improving the world
NGOs and disaster response teams must be mobile, flexible and ready to deploy in the harshest environments at the most unexpected times. Speedcast is available where you operate, providing resilient communications for any budget, so you can focus on what matters most—saving lives and improving the world.
Disaster Recovery Communications
In disaster response, every second counts. Using Starlink’s high-speed low latency connectivity, Speedcast’s Rapid Deploy Kit enables voice, video, IoT, telemedicine and more. The solution includes a Starlink Flat High Performance Kit, a network device and Wi-Fi. Everything is packaged in an easy to carry case, making it the ideal on-the-go solution for first responders or remote workers in media, mining, energy, government or NGOs.
Some of our latest news and thinking in Humanitarian and NGO
Speedcast Restores Critical Communications in Tonga
Global communication provider first to restore service following volcanic eruption devastating connectivity in the remote pacific islandRead more
Restoring Connectivity in the Wake of a Natural DisasterRead more
Speedcast Restores Connectivity to Islands Devastated by Hurricane Iota with Colombia’s MinTICRead more
Private VSAT Network Ensures Uptime for Hospitals’ Critical OperationsRead more
Solving the latest challenges in Humanitarian and NGO
Starlink in motion: How does it perform?
Starlink mobility is designed for internet connectivity on the move, but how does it match up to other service options? We put the system to the test on rugged terrain in both clear sky conditions and through moderately covered areas to see how it performs in terms of speed, latency and packet loss.
Creating connectivity on the go
Disaster response teams and NGOs must often face the unpredictable. Hurricane recovery efforts might last weeks, or maybe months, or even years. Speedcast works closely with humanitarian organizations to create on-the-go connectivity solutions that are easy to deploy, use and fit into your budget.
Read our whitepaper, ‘Three Recommended Areas of Tech Investment for Disaster Response Teams,’ to learn how to bring connectivity on-the-go to your organization.