Event 18h Asia-Pacific Satellite
Communication, Broadcasting and Space Conference & Exhibition
APSCC 2015 Satellite
Conference & Exhibition
Date September 22 - 24,
Venue Coex Convention
Center, Seoul, Korea
Theme Stay Connected
Asia-Pacific Satellite Communication, Broadcasting and Space Conference &
Exhibition, here and after APSCC 2015, the annual event of the APSCC, was held
on 22 - 24 September 2015 at Coex Convention Center, Seoul, Korea.
The APSCC 2015 Satellite Conference
focused on exchanging information on the new technologies and services
strategies for the satellite industry as well as assessing new developments in
technology for business breakthroughs in the Asia Pacific region under the
theme of “Stay Connected”. Senior
level executives and professionals from the satellite business arenas
participated as speakers for the 3 full day sessions at APSCC 2015.
In conjunction with the Conference, the
APSCC 2015 Satellite Exhibition was held on 22 - 24 September 2015. 9
companies participated as exhibitors to introduce their latest technologies,
innovations, products and services.
This year, 19 organizations officially sponsored
the event through various networking programs and 19 affiliations and media
partners supported the event.
The 2015 APSCC Awards Ceremony was held on September
22. Based on a series of criteria set by the Awards Selection Committee, the
awards are presented each year to individuals and organizations whose
contributions and achievements have been deemed exceptional in the Asia-
Pacific satellite industry. The ‘Satellite Executive of the Year in the
Asia-Pacific Award’ was presented to Samer Halawi, CEO of Thuraya and the
‘Lifetime Achievement Award’ was presented to and Yutaka Nagai, Adviser of APSCC
(former APSCC President), respectively to commemorate their achievements.
The 4th Satellite Radio Frequency Interference
Mitigation Forum was held on
September 24 as part of the conference program. The Forum was to continue
multilateral talks among satellite operators in the Asia region and to maintain
a mutual operation contact point for the prevention of and prompt response to
interference. The Forum provided a platform for satellite operators to discuss
on the methods of preventing interference and coming up with a realistic
solution for satellite interference by satellite operators in the region.
Overall, the APSCC
2015 event in Seoul gathered 478 attendees
from 26 countries.
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