You are kindly invited to become a participant in the NATSATTEL 2021

November 3, 2021

You are kindly invited to join the NATSATTEL 2021 Conference to be held online on 16 November 2021. The key topic of the conference is 50 years of Intersputnik: Satcom industry transformation agenda for the next half a century. 

The general purpose of the conference is to discuss the current state of the global satellite industry and to talk about the key drivers of the satellite communications and broadcasting market evolution in the short and long term. The speakers include representatives of the world’s leading analytical agencies, which are reputable in the industry community.

The conference marks the anniversary of Intersputnik. The participants will be offered a presentation focusing on the history of the Organization, the outcomes and development plans. 

In the format of Round Table Discussion, the NATSATTEL 2021 participants will discuss the current state of GEO and LEO satellite systems, the issues related to next generation spacecraft development, the role of satellite communications in the national broadband plans, and will touch upon the topics that are new to the satellite industry, such as the sustainability of space activities, green economy, etc.

Participants will include the representatives of the Intersputnik member countries and Signatories, other national satellite communication operators, the world’s leading manufacturers of space systems and telecommunications equipment, as well as analysts from major international sectoral agencies and mass media. 

You are invited to study the program and join NATSATTEL 2021. Participation in the conference is free. Registration for the conference will be open until 12 November 2021, you can register by filling in this form. All registered participants will receive a link to access the stream.

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