APSCC will present two days of sessions at SatelliteAsia 2021 as part of Asia Tech x Singapore (ATxSG), Asia’s biggest telecom industry event. The program will be focused on customer verticals, and will feature case studies, executive interviews, presentations and a series of themed interactive sessions – all intended to showcase APSCC members, and provide a value-added experience for participants. Registration is free to open to all participants, so sign up now!
|Thursday | July 15|
|11:00 – 12:00|| Satellite Operators’ Update
As the 2nd half of 2021 prepares for normalization, strategic plans that were put on hold by COVID-19 are slowly beginning to be dusted off and tweaked. Long-term initiatives are being implemented in order to hit the growth curve to replenish coffers and realize revenues from key verticals, emerging segments and key customers. This session will look at the market position and status of satellite operators currently in key areas such as backlog, losses and gains. Market targets will be examined as well in terms of where growth is most robust and how to competitively position operator offerings within the value chain. Is it business as usual or are new capabilities being required by customers? Which offerings will continue and what segments need to be reconsidered for the emerging supply and demand landscape in Asia? What strategic initiatives and innovation will be required in order to generate the highest growth?
|14:00 – 14:30||Journey with Hybrid Solution for SATCOM from GEO to LEO
Continuing the agenda from last SatelliteAsia 2020, KT SAT wants to update and share a live test result of Hybrid solution and also hope to discuss about possible use cases of the solution with GEO network and potential applications for LEO.
|14:30 – 15:30||Innovation Showcase
A virtual program where expert speakers showcase the latest technologies and solutions in the industry to learn more about innovation and the changes that are being introduced into the industry.
|15:30 – 15:45||Beyond Capacity. New data and media solutions meeting evolving customer needs
During the conversation, AsiaSat is sharing its latest development and business initiatives, and how the company has diversified and transformed from a pure infrastructure play to service-centric and customer-oriented – offering service solutions that can better serve network customers, both in one-to-many and one-to-one distribution models.
Interviewed by Christopher Slaughter, Strategic Advisor, APSCC
|Friday | July 16|
|11:00 – 12:00|| Mobility – Communications on the move
Mobility – communications on the move – is one of the hottest verticals in the satellite industry. This panel explores the latest developments in mobility technology and applications. And with multiple LEO constellations soon to come online this panel explores the respective roles of LEO and GEO systems to address the mobility market.
|14:00 – 15:00||Hybrid Satellite Coexistence, Today and Tomorrow
This topic will emphasize the emerging market connectivity and what will the satellite future be. The maritime industry has evolved and consumer will have more options to pick and choose the services. Intellian is preparing and developing such terminal that is compatible with different satellite constellation. Intellian NX series antenna is always ready for the evolution.
|15:00 – 16:00||Ground Segment Innovation
With the value in the industry climbing from ‘MHz’ to ‘Networks’, the Ground Segment is now more strategic than ever. From making satellite integrable with 5G to unlock new use cases, to adopting virtualization and the cloud to minimize design and operation costs while allowing unprecedented scale and flexibility, or new FPAs to close the link with upcoming constellations, Ground Segment is at the epicenter of industry evolution. This panel will discuss the latest Ground Segment innovations laying the groundwork for spectacular future industry growth.
*The program is subject to change and will be updated continuously up to the summit
APSCC Satellite Summit Sponsors
National Radio Research Agency of Korea is a government agency by the Government Organization Law, and a state-run research institute established pursuant to the Organization System of the MSIP and its Subordinated Agencies.
Established on February 5, 1966, by the Presidential Decree No. 2397, RRA is designed to ensure efficient research of radio resources and radio wave environments, and conduct research on quality certification and technical criteria with regard to broadcasting and communications equipment, thereby contributing to developing of the national broadcasting and communications industry.
Hughes Network Systems, LLC (HUGHES) is the world’s leading provider of satellite broadband for home and office, delivering innovative network technologies, managed services, and solutions for enterprises and governments globally.
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MEASAT is a premium supplier of communication and video services to leading broadcasters, Direct-To-Home (DTH) platforms and telecom operators. With capacity across five (5) communication satellites, MEASAT provides services to over 150 countries representing 80% of the world’s population across Asia, the Middle East, Africa, Europe and Australia.
Safran Data Systems, a Safran Electronics & Defense’s subsidiary, is a world leader in equipment, solutions and services in telemetry, flight test instrumentation and space communication for civil and defense markets. For over 50 years, from acquisition to processing, transmission to reception and recording, Safran Data Systems provides an optimal solution to the ever more demanding requirements of its customers around the world.