20 October 2022, Seoul, Korea – The Asia-Pacific Satellite Communications Council (APSCC) announced the winners of its 17th APSCC Awards at the APSCC 2022 Satellite Conference & Exhibition held in Seoul, Korea.
As a collective voice representing the satellite industry of the Asia Pacific region, APSCC has made considerable effort to bring the various entities in the satellite community together for communication and cooperation. Each year APSCC recognizes outstanding organizations and individuals through the APSCC Awards to honour them for their collaboration, guidance and support in helping APSCC reach its mission as well as for their contribution to the satellite industry.
The Awards recipients this year were acknowledged for their innovations and achievements in the satellite industry, as well as their leadership in developing and expediting the distribution of new services via satellite in the Asia-Pacific region.
Recipients of the 2022 APSCC Awards:
Satellite Executive of the Year in Asia-Pacific
Yau Chyong Lim, COO, MEASAT Satellite Systems Sdn. Bhd.
Lifetime Achievement Award
Mark Dankberg, Chairman of the Board, Chief Executive Officer & Co-Founder, Viasat
The 2022 APSCC Awards winners were selected by the APSCC Awards Selection Committee based on nominations submitted by the members of APSCC.
“APSCC 2022 marks our first in-person meeting in 3 years, and I am pleased to honour the executives, who have taken the lead to enhance the satellite industry of the Asia Pacific region at this year’s event. The honourees this year were chosen for their contributions made to the satellite market in the region including innovative technologies, best practices and important services. Congratulations to the winners!” said Gregg Daffner, President of APSCC in his congratulatory message.
The Asia Pacific Satellite Communications Council (APSCC) is a non-profit international association representing the satellite and/or space-related industries of the Asia Pacific. The overall objective of APSCC is to promote communications and broadcasting via satellite as well as outer space activities in the Asia-Pacific for the socioeconomic and cultural welfare of the region.
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