Satellite usage is increasing yearly and more countries are now able to send satellites up into space for imagery, weather, surveillance and broadcasting purposes. However, with the increase in satellites orbiting around Earth this causes other issues such as space debris and interference.
Satellite Technology Asia will look into the use of satellites by Asian nations and the developments being made to satellites. As well as looking into the civil use of satellites the event will also look into the importance of satellites for the military and governments of Asia.
With the increase in satellites orbiting Earth many nations are now having to depend on Space Situational Awareness (SSA) which is key to avoiding large space debris. We have seen in recent years satellites becoming damaged and large pieces of debris coming back down to Earth.
Other areas that will be analysed during the two-day conference and exhibition is the future of satellites and the developments of 5G and HTS satellites and what is coming next.
The inaugural Satellite Technology Asia conference and exhibition will take place in Singapore on 9 and 10 October 2018.
Intelligence-Sec have partnered with the Satellite Interference Reduction Group (IRG) to host this Satellite Technology Asia event.
More details are available here.