APSCC will hold a Satellite Industry Briefing on 18th June at the ConnecTech Asia Satcomm hall. Open to all exhibitors and visitors at the Satcomm hall, APSCC will have this one day program focused on existing satellite trends, NewSpace in Asia and the WRC-19 campaign.
APSCC cordially invites all members and industry colleagues to this interactive and energetic satellite and New Space program during ConnecTech Asia!
ConnecTech Asia: APSCC Industry Briefing – Satellite in Asia
- Date: June 18 (Day 1)
- Time: 10:30 – 15:30
- Location: Satcomm Stage, Satcomm Hall, LV1, Marina Bay Sands Expo & Convention
Focus: Existing + New Space Synergy and WRC-19 Campaign
|10.30am – 10.40am||Welcome Address
Gregg Daffner, President, APSCC
|10.40am – 11.00am||Session 1: Presentation
Existing Satellite Trends as Keynote (5G/HTS/Spectrum)
Jean-Francois Fenech, CEO, Eutelsat Asia
|11.00am – 11.40am||Session 2: Panel
New Space in Asia
David Mitlyng, COO, SpeQtral
Moderated by Jose Del Rosario, Research Director, NSR
There is no doubt that the space industry is in the midst of change where innovation, risk-taking and large sums of investment funds have and continue to be poured in for various programs with new and unique value propositions. On the one hand, one can argue that Asia is a forerunner for this innovative drive. On the other, it has been touted that Asian ventures are in a bubble that could burst with dramatic negative consequences over the long term. The truth is probably somewhere in the middle and what is clear is that not all ventures will succeed but the strongest and most compelling companies will thrive and provide tremendous benefits and impact to the region. This session will drill down into market needs, market fit and key areas for success for making it in Asia’s New Space.
|11.40am – 12.00pm||Session 3: Presentation
Fast and Flexible – no compromise satellite broadband
Christian Patouraux, Founder and CEO, Kacific Broadband Satellites
Satellite technology offers Asia Pacific telecommunications and ISP operators a broadband solution which is fast, flexible and tailored for specific geographies and unmet needs. Combining the high throughput of next generation satellites with small and adaptable ground technology, creates a service that can affordably fill gaps in both access and application.
|12.00pm – 1.40pm||Networking and Exhibition Viewing|
|1.40pm – 2.00pm||Session 4: Presentation
New Business Models to Save Your Business
Lon Levin, President and CEO, GEOshare
|2.00pm – 2.40pm||Session 5: Panel
How to make Old-Space and New-Space make synergy?
Samathorn Sam Teankingkaeo, CTO, muSpace
Moderate by Blaine Curcio, Founder, Orbital Gateway Consulting
The space economy is expected to grow by many times over the next several decades. The majority of this growth is likely to come from industries and applications that either do not exist yet, or are in very nascent phases of development. Many companies old and new are working to build new applications that will allow for space to become more relevant to everyday people, potentially expanding the addressable market dramatically, while ushering in an era of “New Space”. Here, we will speak about the synergies that can be achieved between “New Space” and “Old Space”, including efforts by companies that have one foot in each market, as well as companies that are leveraging one to help grow the other.
|2.40pm – 3.30pm||Session 6: Panel
Gregg Daffner, President, APSCC; CEO, GapSat