Global VSAT Forum of Brazil has been invited to chair MilSatCom Latin America 2015 and co-host two panel discussions.
The panel discussions will be "Regional Opportunities for SatCom Collaboration" and "How Will Future Military Operations Shape SatCom Requirements in the Future?"
MilSatCom Latin America 2015, now in its second year, is the only regional meeting place for military satellite communications specialists and all those responsible for optimizing security and surveillance of national and air space and key domestic assets.
“We are proud to once again support and participate in such an important regional meeting that will help advance and shape Military Satellite Communications in Latin America,” Lieutenant Colonel Jose Everardo J. Ferreira,
C2 Departments Technical Coordinator, Brazilian Ministry of Defense, said.
“This event will offer attendees the opportunity to hear from key players both in the military and industry in one of Brazil's most beautiful locations, Maceio."
The speaker line-up for 2015 includes industry leaders at the heart of military satellite communications representing Brazilian and Spanish Armed Forces, Brazilian Air Forces, French MoD, Department of Defence USA, Mexican Space Agency and many others. Confirmed attendees include representatives from Telespazio Brasil S.A., Telesat Brasil, SATIS, Advantech Wireless, Hisdesat, SynQor and more.
The event is sponsored by O3b Networks, SES and The Aerospace Corporation.
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