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The Asia Video Industry Association (AVIA) is the trade association for the video industry and ecosystem in Asia Pacific. It serves to make the video industry stronger and healthier through promoting the common interests of its members. AVIA is the interlocutor for the industry with governments across the region, leads the fight against video piracy and provides insight into the video industry through reports and conferences aimed to support a vibrant video industry. AVIA evolved from Casbaa in 2018.

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Since 1985, the World Teleport Association (WTA) has been the only trade association that focuses on the business of satellite communications from the ground up. At the core of its membership are the world’s most innovative operators of teleports, from independents to multinationals, niche service providers to global carriers. WTA is dedicated to advocating for the interests of teleport operators in the global telecommunications market and promoting excellence in teleport business practice, technology and operations. Companies that do business with teleports also find that WTA is the best investment they can make to open new channels to the industry.

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Established in 2007, Singapore Space and Technology Ltd (SSTL) is Asia Pacific’s leading pioneer space organisation, harnessing and advancing space technologies to benefit people, enterprises and the planet. SSTL connects the different players in the region’s growing space sector to government agencies in the region, B2B and B2C technology companies and non-government organisations. The focus is to accelerate the adoption and commercialisation of space-related innovations, and to cultivate space talent ahead of the curve.

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The Satellite Industry Association (SIA) is a Washington D.C. based trade association representing the leading global satellite operators, service providers, manufacturers, launch services providers, and ground equipment suppliers. SIA is the unified voice of the satellite industry on policy, regulatory, and legislative issues affecting the commercial satellite industry including spectrum, regulatory, telecom, international trade, export controls, government procurement, national defense, homeland security and industry trends. SIA represents its members’ common interests to domestic and international government officials, the press, the public, and other industries. SIA’s work on issues undertaken by international bodies and various foreign governments creates opportunities to weigh in on global policy matters. SIA provides a forum to discuss issues, to develop consensus-based industry positions, and to engage key government decision makers. SIA strives to promote the benefits and uses of commercial satellite technology and its role in the national and global communications infrastructure and economy.

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Satellite IRG
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The satellite industry loses millions of dollars per year down to cases of interference and a great deal of manpower has to be given over to discovering its causes. RF interference is caused by human error, bad installation, lack of training, poor equipment or system design and a lack of adherence to industry standards and guidelines. Occasionally, interference may be malicious, but this is rare and the main issues of interference lie largely within the heart of the satellite industry itself. The orbital spacing of satellites is being reduced and the fill rate is getting higher. It is getting crowded up there, leading to increased interference. The Satellite Interference Reduction Group (sIRG) is aiming to turn this around.

sIRG has a number of practical initiatives, all aimed at reducing satellite interference, including establishing Carrier ID, Training & Certification and Type Approvals. The group itself comprises three main working groups, covering video, data, and VSAT. Each group is chaired by a key industry expert, charged with the task of ensuring progress in each of those areas, both in establishing the practical initiatives and obtaining the support of the entire industry.

Satellite IRGAffiliate Member

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The Pacific Telecommunications Council (PTC) is an international community of members from more than 60 nations, with the common vision of promoting the development and use of telecommunications and ICT to enhance the lives of people living in the Pacific hemisphere.

Its acclaimed annual conference held in Honolulu, Hawaii every January is the pre-eminent meeting place for ICF and telecom industry senior-level executives, professionals and many others to do business together, and to share the latest knowledge about communication technology, services and best practices.

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Pacific Islands Telecommunications Association (PITA) is a non-profit organisation formed to represent the small islands from the Pacific in the field of telecommunications, and to providing opportunities for members to enhance, develop their telecommunications services.

Satellites provide crucial services to the Pacific, with 20 of its small islands and developing states having their islands spread over the ocean, the size of one third of the earth. International and domestic connectivity for most of these islands rely on satellite services. Other satellite services that would be important to the Pacific include disaster management applications, alert, monitoring, and in remote sensing applications.

PITA has over 50 members who are telecommunication entities registered in the Pacific Islands. Other members include over 90 suppliers for various aspects of telecommunications and ICT from developed countries.

PITA has its major meeting, the AGM Conference and Tradeshow held every April. Technical meetings, workshops and training on specific topics and themes are held in other times during the year.

PITAAffiliate Member

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The Mobile Satellite Users Association (MSUA) is a non-profit association created for, and dedicated to, promoting and safeguarding the interests of users of mobile satellite communications worldwide. While other associations and trade groups may promote the interests of spacecraft suppliers, equipment vendors, and the like, MSUA is focused specifically on representing the interests of users. MSUA performs its functions on behalf of its members by fostering greater communications and information exchange among and between mobile satellite system users, suppliers of equipment and services, operators of MSS satellite systems, financial markets, and various government entities. In addition, MSUA provides a means of assembling the views of MSS users on system and service issues and for conveying their concerns to the appropriate authorities.

MSUAAffiliate Member

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ASSI (Asosiasi Satelit Indonesia) or the Indonesian Satellite Association is an inclusive non-profit organization, based in Bandung, established in 1998, to promote and encourage the satellite industry, including the satellite community development in Indonesia, through national-international multi discipline collaboration; and to address wide range satellite related issues. ASSI was established in 1998 by 5 satellite operators (PT TELEKOMUNIKASI INDONESIA Tbk, PT INDOSAT Tbk, PT PASIFIC SATELIT NUSANTARA, PT MEDIA CITRA INDOSTAR and PT SATELINDO (merge with PT INDOSAT). Now, the member is more than 10 companies in satellite industries.

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