PLYMOUTH, N.H.— Graduate Students from Plymouth State University’s Small Business Institute are playing a major role in the launch of exclusive automotive wireless communications technology developed by AeroSat Corp. of Amherst, N.H. The students will present their marketing plan to AeroSat’s board members, employees, and PSU officials Monday, April 23.
The presentation is open to the public and will take place at 3 p.m. in the Centre Lodge on the PSU Campus. A press conference will take place as well.
The four students; Dave Grose, Doriane Klumick, Matt Krause, Bob Kingman, and their Professor, Craig Zamzow, responded to AeroSat CEO Michael Barrett’s desire to investigate a market-expansion project. The project is based on AeroSat’s networking technology currently used in aviation. The group wrote a proposal for automotive mobile networking, a new program that could be used in cars able to distribute information while en route. They looked into the automotive industry and the demand for a communications infrastructure. They created marketing materials, performed surveys, investigated costs, and researched competitors.
AeroSat Corporation develops, produces and distributes mobile wireless communications solutions to increase the flow of information to and from people on the move, whether on land, on sea, or in the air. From its patented core technologies, the company has created a product line of antennae for corporate and commercial aircraft. These antennae enable the worldwide reception of television in aircraft, two-way satellite communications, and aircraft-to-aircraft communications.
For more information on this release, contact Kevin D. Anderson, at email@example.com or at (603) 535-2211.