Space-enabled data is an increasingly important means of observing our Earth. It offers solutions for the betterment of life alongside a wealth of new and unimagined business and science opportunities.
One of the key drivers of DATA.SPACE 2018 is to raise awareness of the commercial opportunities that will be created by the democratisation of space, providing a platform for thought-leaders across start-ups, investors, and decision, policy, knowledge, and data makers to network and discover our tomorrow, today.
This major international conference will attract delegates drawn from a broad spectrum of global academia, government and industries across many sectors, including energy, marine & maritime, sustainable cities, agriculture & aquaculture, life sciences, transport, and so much more.
The SmallSat Symposium is the undisputed Business and Finance Conference for Small Satellites.
World leaders and experts unlock the knowledge required to leverage smallsat innovation and cutting-edge technology into next generation solutions.
Learn from and network with the primary players in the industry as they answer the most pertinent questions facing the small satellite market today.
14,500+ connectivity professionals will convene for SATELLITE 2018 to further their knowledge of satellite communications and space technology. Through forward-looking keynotes and in-depth sessions in the conference program, we’ll explore the latest innovations and steps forward in building the future of connectivity.
SATELLITE’s program covers applications driven by satellite communications and lets you dig deep into how connectivity can propel your organization...
Inspired by the radical changes in the ICT industry, the refreshed CommunicAsia continues to be Asia’s most established and relevant event for industry professionals in the telecommunications sector. It brings together thought-leaders, decision makers, influencers throughout the ecosystem to network, explore new technologies, share ideas and create valuable opportunities for all.
Space is revolutionising the way people think about the Earth. New capabilities, rekindled dreams and an atmosphere of entrepreneurialism mean a new wave of terrestrial tech has forged a well-worn path now profitably travelled.
‘Big data’ have transformed the planet into a gigantic set of data that can be both interrogated and extrapolated, transforming the way industries as diverse as farming and insurance operate. Space travel is moving from the world of government procurement and aerospace engineering giants to venture-capital-funded start-ups that rely on ever-cheaper services for ever more customers. As they prove to be profitable they will grow further, and fast.
Yet most of the money being spent in space remains with old government programmes and incumbent telecom providers. We will delve into the financial reality behind the hype: over the next few years where the industry will go, and what’s the real potential and unexpected opportunities for business on earth to move beyond our planet.
The Economist Event's inaugural global Space Summit focuses on the future of human space exploration. It will gather chief executives, thinkers, policymakers and disruptive entrepreneurs from all over the world to debate what technological advances will further progress in space. How can space technology help manage disasters and conflicts? And what future challenges are in store for the exploration of space?
Join us to realise untapped business and economics opportunities within the industry.
Is "Switch all Portable Electronic Devices to Airplane Mode" a Thing of the Past?
The demand for inflight broadband connectivity, and the ability to deliver content to multiple devices per passenger, clearly exists – on a global scale - and most passengers are willing to pay for it. High speed inflight broadband is set to play an increasingly important role in the overall future passenger experience with industry insiders predicting that it will completely replace the inflight entertainment system in the coming years, as passengers refer to their own devices to stream video, access apps, web browsing, email, gaming, video conferencing, social media – and whatever is coming next. Furthermore, this applies equally to short, medium or long-haul flights.