Phasor, a developer of enterprise-grade electronically-steered antenna (ESA) systems for satellite-based mobile broadband applications, has achieved ISO 9001 Certification ahead of the commercial release of its products for the aviation market.
One key Phasor product due for launch is an electronically steerable antenna (ESA) with a flat, ultra-low profile design, designed to support traditional fixed satellite networks (FSS), High Throughput Satellites (HTS), and Non-Geosynchronous (NGSO) satellite networks. The enterprise-grade antenna supports broadband connectivity on modes of transport on land, sea and in the air.
ISO 9001 is an internationally recognised standard for a quality management system (QMS) that enables companies to operate more effectively on several different levels, including the ability to focus on customer requirements and constantly finding ways in which to improve and become resilient and sustainable.
“The ISO 9001 certification is great news for Phasor,” said Mike Warren, SVP of operations at Phasor. “It means that we are maturing as a company and moving closer to the commercialisation and release of our products. The processes and procedures that we have implemented, and that have been audited and approved by BSI, will help us to manage our business better and to demonstrate to our customers that we can support them as they, and Phasor, grows.”
The overall process of ISO 9001 Certification has taken six months, and places Phasor on a firm footing as the company looks to roll-out its products in the coming months.