SatTV talks to Speedcast
Laurence Russell, Associate Editor, Satellite Evolution Group talks to James Trevelyan, SVP Enterprise & Emerging Markets, Speedcast about market sentiment across different vertical segments.
SatTV talks to SpaceBridge
Laurence Russell, Associate Editor, Satellite Evolution Group talks to David Gelerman, President & CEO, SpaceBridge about planning ahead and delivering future proof technologies for new and emerging satellite sectors.
SatTV talks to Starwin
Amelia Liu, COO, Starwin talks to SatTV about the company's products and exciting growth over the last three years.
Bittium delivers Tough Comnode devices to Finnish Defence Forces
The versatile Bittium Tough Comnode fulfills the data transfer needs of the mobile troops by functioning for example as a VoIP phone, an IP router, and an SHDSL repeater. Bittium Tough Comnode is rugged and easy to install in different environments and it is also portable by soldiers on the battlefield. The device is compatible with the software defined radio based Bittium Tactical Wireless IP Network™ (TAC WIN) system and Bittium Tough SDR™ radios, which are meant for broadband tactical communications. The Tough Comnode device offers diverse connectivity options also to third-party equipment and systems. Bittium Tough Comnode also enables using legacy Combat Net Radios (CNR) as part of the IP-based tactical communication system (Radio over IP, RoIP).
Bridging the digital divide – the broadband challenge in Canada’s Arctic
QINIQ is an advanced satellite network, delivering broadband internet and mobile services to one of the most remote and challenging regions in the world. QINIQ serves all 25 communities in Nunavut, a territory in Canada’s eastern Arctic with a total population of approximately 36,000 across 2 million square kilometres. There are no roads into Nunavut communities and thus no terrestrial communications backbone infrastructure - all communication with the outside world is done via satellite.
Global Satellite & Space News
Astroscale stays on course for pioneering space sustainability
Astroscale is a leading developer of several space sustainability technologies, including the ELSA-d experiment, which illustrated the successful location and de-orbit of a derelict object in Earth’s orbit. With expansion in mind, the company has recently obtained several grants from Japan and ESA and is now positioned to be a market leader in the deorbiting economy. Chris Blackerby, Chief Operating Officer, explains the company’s progress.
18 May 2022
Laurence Russell, Assistant Editor, Satellite Evolution Group
Three approaches to bridging the Digital Divide in Latin America
According to a 2020 study issued by the Inter-American Development Bank (IADB), three in ten people across Latin America — some 244 million—have no internet. That number is now shrinking, thanks to the efforts of several satellite broadband internet service providers including Hughes, Andesat, and Gilat who are bringing connectivity to some of the wildest and most remote parts of the region.
11 May 2022
Crispin Littlehales, Global Contributing Editor, Satellite Evolution Group
Features, Q&As and Market Reports
SmallSat & Space Access Summit
The 2022 SmallSat & Space Access Summit will convene members of the DoD, IC, and space industry to address the role small satellite capabilities play realizing critical national security goals. Senior leaders will discuss how these SmallSat technologies can be leveraged to fulfil urgent defense, scientific, and commercial needs. Attendees at the Summit will have the unique opportunity to hear from leading US Government officials about ensuring undeterred space access, improving satellite technologies, advancing launch capabilities and the future national hybrid space architecture.
15 Jun 2022
14 Jun 2022
Defense Strategies Institute
Milsatcoms 2022 will address the latest developments shaping the Milsatcom industry including policy updates, technology trends, infrastructure advancement and existing environment threats. It’s an excellent opportunity to network with government representatives, leading satellite providers and commercial stakeholders.
16 Jun 2022
15 Jun 2022
Join Euroconsult and Innovitech at AIxSPACE, the leading event dedicated to AI applied to space. A global conference where players from both the AI and space industries will be able to discover innovations and emerging technologies, market trends and establish new contacts with potential business partners.
21 Jun 2022
20 Jun 2022
Euroconsult & Innovitech
MilSatCom USA 2022
The 2022 conference will feature in-depth presentations from all branches of the military, numerous critical government agencies and leading industry SATCOM providers. Its aim is to delve into the most important topics and discussions around MILSATCOM and provide actionable solutions to the issues of the day. MilSatCom USA 2022 will bring together the US MILSATCOM community with some of the most dynamic and innovative international militaries to provide their unique perspectives; no other event in the USA offers the same number of opportunities to meet, discuss and network with opposite numbers from allied nations.
22 Jun 2022
21 Jun 2022
Small Satellites (Utah State University, Logan, Utah)
During the 36th Annual Small Satellite Conference, we will explore the realm of the possible and investigate key advancements for small satellite missions to truly become transformational scientific discovery tools beyond low Earth orbit.
10 Aug 2022
5 Aug 2022
Utah State University
Korea in View 2022
South Koreans streamed 169 billion minutes of online video in Q2 2021, according to Media Partners Asia (MPA). The SVOD online video market reached 10 million cumulative subscribers within the same period with Netflix, Wavve and TVing commanding an aggregate 80% share. With a projected market volume of US$870 million by 2025, South Korea has become one of the key beachheads for expansion in Asia and beyond.
More competition and category expansion is also on its way in this fast evolving streaming market, with the launch of Disney+ in 2021 and Paramount+ in 2022, joining other global and local players including YouTube, Watcha Play, Afreeca TV, Naver TV, Kakao TV, U+ Mobile TV, Seezn and Coupang Play.
With the worldwide reception and rising demand for Korean content, Korea in View 2022 will look at how the tides are changing for the market as more players enter the field and how one can best scale their streaming business as competition heats up.
29 Aug 2022
29 Aug 2022