APSCC conference to tackle future sat industry trends, issues

The introduction of new satellite-related technologies and applications such as HDTV, DTH and satellite-based broadband services is fueling the growth of the industry, prompting the APSCC to gather industry stakeholders worldwide for a conference that will discuss what the future holds for the satellite industry.

 

Satellite operators and manufacturers, launch vehicle service providers, risk management and financing professionals, equipment manufacturers, satellite service providers, government regulators, users, and academics from around the world will converge at the APSCC 2006 Satellite Conference and Exhibition on Sept. 26-28 in Seoul, Korea to identify new business breakthroughs in the future.

 

The event will feature the APSCC 2006 Exhibition, where leading players of the industry will introduce the products and services that can help shape the future of the industry. It will showcase the latest technologies, innovations, products and services, as well as provide a hands-on update for technology users and a unique opportunity to evaluate the latest technology developments of the satellite and space-related industries.

 

Confirmed exhibitors include France's Arianespace; China's China Orient Telecom Satellite Co. Ltd. and China Satellite Communications Corp.; Korea's Dacom Corp., Korea Network Systems, KoSPACE, KT Corp. and Samsung Thales; Thailand's Shin Satellite; Japan's NEC Toshiba Space Systems; the US' IOT Systems LLC; Spain's GMV SA; and the UAE's Thuraya Satellite Telecommunications Co.

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