26 April, 2017 | Colorado Springs

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Maximizing MILSATCOM Operations, Capabilities and Technologies: Technical Advancements. Space strategy. MILSATCOM Resiliency.

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Anticipated Attendee List

Please mark your calendars and join us for this exciting event April 25 –27. Here is a list of who we anticipate to be in the room come April.

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Military Satellite Communications Market Report

The latest commercial MILSATCOM developments in this Market Update, looking at new investment into nanosatellites, naval connectivity and army ground stations. www.DefenceIQ.com

U.S. Strategic Command Talks SATCOM Future

Undersecretary of the Air Force for space, and Maj. Gen. Roger Teague, the director of space programs for the Office of the Assistant Secretary for Acquisition, highlighted major themes of the space budget in relation to the Air Force’s strategic understanding of the space environment.

Air Force Maps Future of Wideband Global Satellites

The first group of Wideband Global Satellites is expected to begin coming to the end of its service life in coming decades, spurring a need for a modernization strategy for the technology. Courtesy of Scout.com

Military Satellites Market Report 2016-2026

Where is the Military Satellites market heading? If you are involved in this sector you must read this brand new report. This report shows you the potential revenues streams to 2026, assessing data, trends, opportunities and business prospects there. Sample courtesy of ASD Reports.

Global Military Satellite Payloads and Subsystems Market 2017-2021

Military satellites are primarily used for reconnaissance and surveillance, communications, signals intelligence, navigation, and meteorology. However, as of December 2015, only the US and Russia operated satellites for all the five aforementioned areas. Most countries either use a small number of military satellites or rely completely on commercial satellites for...

Army Military Satellite Communication Research and Development Initiatives

Bebe Kovel, Chief, SATCOM Systems Division of US Army CERDEC S&TCD, discusses challenges in system-system architecture, user capacity, spectrum utilization, threat, network flexibility, and acquisition. Also the current statues, vision for 2025 and vision for 2048 within tactical OTM users, digital SATCOM, dynamic network infrastructure, multi-tiered SATCOM, and re-architecting C4ISR/EW.

Sponsorship: Opportunities & Attendee Snapshot

Exclusive Sponsorship & Exhibiting Opportunities: With unique thought leadership opportunities, interactive roundtable sessions, sponsored cocktail hours, gain exclusive access with additional value to your investment to completely personalize your sponsorship experience. Download the Opportunities & Attendee Snapshot to see who you can expcect to meet onsite at this year's event

Perspectives on MILSATCOM from Former Army Space and Missile Defense COL

COL (R) Art Loureiro, Former Chief of Plans of the Army Space and Missile Defense, U.S. Army, discusses with us short term solutions that the US military can utilize to meet SATCOM needs, technologies the military is looking for, and what challenges this will help to overcome. Also the policies...

An Upward Curve: FY17 Budget and Future Market Report

A glimpse into the DoD FY17 budget request & military satellite communications 2024 market report. As well as what to expect within the next ten years.