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 Dara Panahy, Milbank LLP
Laurence Russell, Assistant Editor, Satellite Evolution Group talks to Dara Panahy, a partner at Milbank LLP about growth indicators in the Asia-Pacific and where the sharpest growth is likely to come from.
SatTV talks to Terrasat
Laurence Russell, Associate Editor, Satellite Evolution Group talks to Bob Hansen - Vice President, Global Sales & Marketing, Terrasat about the supply chain squeeze, design and product innovation, and some recent military projects.
TriSept commercially launches new TSEL satellite security solution
TriSept has commercially launched its new TSEL OS, a breakthrough satellite security solution that is capable of detecting, tracking and eliminating known and emerging vulnerabilities on conventional and small satellites. The Linux™-based TriSept Security Enhanced Layer (TSEL) puts security first so you can prioritize your mission requirements and build on top of a stable and secure foundation.
TSEL enables satellite manufacturers, integrators and launch providers to modernize their security posture around their satellites, ground stations and operational infrastructure.
“TriSept continues to push the TRL readiness levels of our TSEL satellite security operating system through rounds of stringent tests in the harshest of simulated space environments,” said Rob Spicer, TriSept CEO. “We are nearing suborbital test flights of our satellite security platform aboard a RocketStar launch vehicle later this month. The bottom line is our breakthrough TSEL satellite security solution is commercially available to you now and we’re already seeing strong demand across the industry.”
Australians see space more as a danger than a benefit
Australia was at the forefront of the first space race and played a vital role in Apollo 11’s iconic Moon landing in 1969. Half a century later, Australians are more likely to see space as a threat than a frontier full of positive possibilities, and just one in ten say they would like to work in the space industry.
According to a new global report from Inmarsat – ‘What on Earth is the value of space?’, based on a survey of 20,000 people in 11 countries – 49% of Australians are concerned about space junk and collisions and 44% are worried about polluting space, while just over one third (36%) say they feel hopeful about the possibilities of space, one fifth (21%) say they don’t understand much about space and 10% say they don’t care about space at all.
With the space sector attracting record levels of investment and expanding faster than ever before, it is essential than Australians learn more about an industry that will increasingly impact their lives, according to Inmarsat.
Global Satellite & Space News
How satellites can help to mitigate the risks of mining
Ground movements and deformation pose major risks to the safety, stability, and efficiency of mining operations. Conventional monitoring techniques using total station equipment have been around for a long time, but they are known to have high incremental costs and can only be conducted in a limited number of locations. Interferometric Synthetic Aperture Radar (InSAR) techniques have proven to be a cost-effective and accurate solution that makes it possible to monitor ground movements with high precision and frequency, making mining safer for everyone.
21 Aug 2022
Abhinandan Arya, Senior Applied Scientist & Applied Science Manager, Synspective
The power of NewSpace startups
With tech trailblazers like Bezos, Musk, and Branson fueling space economics, the investment community has fast developed a fascination for NewSpace startups. With powerful ideas and a great potential for growth on the horizon, Shagun Sachdeva, Founder of Kosmic Apple believes we’re likely to see more big moves from the sector, but there are still lessons to be learned.
13 Jul 2022
Laurence Russell, Associate Editor, Satellite Evolution Group
Features, Q&As and Market Reports
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
Space-Comm Expo is the UK's largest exhibition focused on the commercial future of space for business, defence & aerospace. Held on 7-8 September 2022 at the Farnborough International Exhibition and Conference Centre, it showcases the manufacturing supply chain for products, services and solutions supplying commercial enterprises and developments in space.
Space-Comm Expo brings together the entire sector for two days of business and networking, providing an opportunity for industry to connect face to face. It is supported, and in partnership with the key industry associations and influential bodies.
With the UK contributing 6.5% of the global space market and ambitions to grow this to 10% by 2030, this exciting exhibition and free-to-attend conference is where the industry meets, learns, networks and does business.
Register to attend at: https://www.space-comm.co.uk/
Find out about exhibiting: http://www.staging.space-comm.co.uk/exhibit/
7 Sept 2022
6 Sept 2022
International Space Convention
ISC 2022 is a hybrid event where you can attend in-person or online and get an exclusive 3-day access to over 85 lectures from over 80 world-renowned space industry speakers and experts, ranging from government space agencies to private space companies discussing different topics of space sustainability, rising trends, advances and concepts in space industry and many other great topics.
10 Sept 2022
8 Sept 2022
IBC sits at the global crossroads of the media, entertainment and technology industries providing an informative, innovative and engaging experience. Always at the forefront of industry innovation, IBC has historically attracted 55,000+ attendees from more than 150 countries, with exhibitors taking advantage of a truly unique gathering of the best and brightest networkers, buyers, innovators and leaders. It is the leading place to engage, unlock business opportunities, discover the latest innovations and explore the exciting world of content and technology together.
11 Sept 2022
8 Sept 2022
World Satellite Business Week
The World Satellite Business Week – the leading global business space event – brings together 1,000 decision makers under the same roof for a week of deal-making and intense discussions shaping the future of the industry.
15 Sept 2022
11 Sept 2022