CABSAT, 12-14th March 2019

In its 25th edition and yet in many ways, completely new. Welcome to CABSAT 2019. The show’s newly evolved format has been designed to gather some of the best creative minds, technology innovators and media leaders on a single, global stage to lead the future of storytelling. Right from the ‘eureka’ point of content creation to the moment of production, sharing and consumption. The entire content, satellite, broadcast, digital media and entertainment ecosystem will be hosted under 3 key sectors – Content Creation, Content Production & Post-Production and Content Distribution & Delivery. While international leaders will set the agenda for your industry’s future through a series of programmes, workshops and live hubs. CABSAT 2019 is the place to be to power your growth in the digital economy. If you’d like to meet with our Executive Director, Martin Coleman, at CABSAT 2019, get in...

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GSTC 2019, 14th- 15th February

Venue: The St. Regis, Singapore | Global Space and Technology Convention (GSTC) is Asia’s Premier Space & Technology event, bringing you the latest technology news, what’s hot in the satellite scene and space technology updates. Over 10 years in the making, GSTC has taken up a crucial role in highlighting how space technology will shape the future of space. In 2018, the conference welcomed over 500 delegates, 60 speakers and 200 companies from more than 30 nations around the world to an ideal platform to connect with the rapidly developing space industry and explore Asian opportunities. Find out more and register here....

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Mobile Deployable Communications 2019, 31st January

Warsaw, Poland 31 January – 1 February 2019 http://www.mobiledeployable.com/SDA With the ability to effectively communicate driving the tempo of the modern battlespace, the need to know ‘where I am, where my friends are and where the enemy is’ remains fundamental for the success of any operation. This critical requirement has become ever more vital as militaries deploy in degraded environments to tackle asymmetrical threats and electronic warfare technologies which risk disrupting the allied ability to effectively operate. SMi’s 12th annual Mobile Deployable Communications conference returns to further explore key drivers causing the growing demand for flexible, protected, and interoperable CIS capabilities, and through expert led presentations, from some of the world’s leading authorities, will discuss the challenges for both solution providers and end users of deployable communications. Key topics include: SatCom on the move, software defined radios, ground terminals and network-enabled capabilities, standardising C4ISR networks, building tactical CIS networks and maximising data telemetry resiliency, operational feedback, research and development and much more! Early bird discounts: Register by 28th September to save £400! Register by 31st October to save £200! Register by 30th November to save £100! Register online at: http://www.mobiledeployable.com/SDA For more information please contact:...

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Satcoms Innovation Group Webinar, 26th October

Join the Satcoms Innovation Group and its Directors for a webinar to discuss the transition from the Satellite Interference Reduction Group to SIG. As you will already know, the Satellite Interference Reduction Group has become the Satcoms Innovation Group. As well as a change of name, the group has undergone a number of other changes, including widening its remit to encompass all types of innovation within the satellite communications industry. It’s aim is to improve operational efficiency, reduce the risk of service impacting events, and improve quality of service. As part of this, it hopes to facilitate the inception of new tools and technology to enable the industry to thrive now and in the future. We understand there are some who may have some questions and would like to know more about the change. So, SIG’s Executive Director, Martin Coleman, along with several of the group’s directors, will hold a webinar this Friday, October 26th to explain the change and offer members the opportunity to voice their opinions and ask questions. Register To accommodate our global membership and ensure all are given the opportunity to participate, we are holding two webinars. The first will be held at 8am BST (UK) / 3pm SGT (Singapore). The second will be held at 4pm BST (UK) / 11am EST (Eastern US) / 8am PST (West coast US). All those wishing to join should register using the form below, detailing which webinar they will join. Registrants will receive joining details and a link via email. Please contact us if you have any questions or for assistance. Your Name (required) Telephone Your Email (required) Company Name IRG Member FullAssociateNo Time slot (required) 8am BST4pm...

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Only four weeks until the 20th annual Global MilSatcom

SMi Group Reports: The 20th annual Global MilSatCom conference and exhibition returns to London next month. The landscape of defence satellite communications is changing rapidly, on both sides of the Atlantic – with the announcement of a new Air Force Space Command and conclusion of the Wideband AoA, the addition of new enduring capability for Skynet 6 and a new era of LEO mega-constellations set to provide new COMSATCOM bandwidth for military partners. It is in this is the context that SMi Group will be hosting the 20th annual Global MilSatCom conference and exhibition – taking place in London from the 6th – 8th November 2018 at the QEII Conference Centre. With over 500 attendees it is a key calendar date for satellite professionals across the alliance. Broken into 3 dedicated days of content, the meeting sets out to cover mission critical updates from national programmes from the US, Europe and the wider international community. Visit the website’s download centre to read a featurette on why Global MilSatCom is Europe’s leading conference & expo for satellite professionals. The full agenda is also available to download at: http://www.globalmilsatcom.com/sda Event updates: 1) Three new sponsors and exhibitors have confirmed their participation: Hytec Inter, Open Cosmos and Satcube. 2) New speaker confirmed: Mr Thomas Beckt, MILSATCOM Executive Director, US DoD will present on: SMC’s Launch System Enterprise in Support of MILSATCOM  Success of the recent launch of AFSPC-11 mission from Cape Canaveral How new launch is providing great coverage and communications resilience Continuous Broadcast Augmenting SATCOM (CBAS) and other payloads being delivered, and steps put in place to maximise mission assurance Working with local launch squadrons to augment existing SATCOM capabilities through space-based satellite relays Bringing the conference to a total of 56 expert presenters from the following organisations: Airbus Defence & Space Australian Department of Defence Canadian Armed Forces COMSAT Defence Space Administration, Nigeria Defense Communication Command, Republic of Korea Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA) DGA Dstl EU Commission European Defence Agency European Space Agency Eutelsat America Corp French MoD GovSat Hughes Network Systems Intelsat General Italian Army Italian MoD Japanese MoD Kratos Lockheed Martin Luxembourg Directorate of Defense NATO Communications and Information Agency (NCI Agency) New Zealand Defence Force Newtec Northern Sky Research (NSR) Orbital ATK Raytheon SES Networks Space News Spanish MoD Thales US Thales Defense & Security UK MoD UK Royal Air Force UK Space Agency US AFRICOM US Air Force US Department of Defense US Marine Corps Viasat Plus, there will also be a pre-conference: Small Satellites and Disruptive Technology Focus Day, 5th November 2018, St James’ Court, London. Visit the website for more information. Visit the website to book your place, download exclusive event content and...

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