VSAT stands for Very Small Aperture Terminal. It is a technology that enables two-way satellite communication using small dish antennas and geostationary satellites. VSATs are widely used for various applications, including internet connectivity, voice and data communication, video conferencing, remote monitoring, and more.


Wireless technology refers to the transmission of data or communication signals without the need for physical cables or wires. It utilizes electromagnetic waves to transmit information between devices. Some common examples of wireless technologies include Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, cellular networks, and satellite communication.


Wired technology refers to the use of physical cables or wires to transmit data or communication signals between devices. Unlike wireless technology, which relies on wireless signals and electromagnetic waves, wired technology utilizes physical connections for data transfer.

Smart Automation

Smart automation refers to the integration of intelligent technology and automation systems to streamline and optimize processes, improve efficiency, and enhance user experiences. It involves the use of sensors, data analysis, connectivity, and control systems to automate tasks and make them more intelligent and responsive.