At the venue we will have a booth and participate in two panel discussions.
October 8, 12:00 pm - 12:45 pm | Katherine Monson, Head of KSAT USA
Satellite constellation bandwidth requirements can be greatly reduced using innovative approaches to Earth station architectures. With several new constellations approaching implementation, what role can intersatellite communications (optical, laser or otherwise), ground/terminals and high-speed terrestrial ground station interconnection play in optimizing operations? With worldwide networks involving thousands of satellites, what’s new in the area of distributed systems networks and how can the market be expected to grow in the near future? Moderator: Chris Stott
October 10, 8:30 am - 9:30 am | Nina Soleng, Marketing Director KSAT
As advanced automation, data analysis, hardware and software accelerate development in this fast-growing segment of the satellite industry, questions arise about how users will eventually capitalize on this growth. Users, including Agriculture, Civil Government, Defense & Intelligence, Education & Research, Emergency Management, Energy & Infrastructure, Finance & Business, Forestry & Land Use, Insurance and Mapping, are eager to engage with “eyeballs in the sky”. But what cost, what platforms and what economic drivers are now in place for future access to these technologies? Moderator: Todd Simon
We look forward to meeting you!