When disaster strikes, connections fail. Without connections, how do you start responding? You start with satellite.
Sponsored by Knight Sky with additional support from SES and The SPACECONNECTION
For Africa to grow, its banks need to roll out branches and ATMs across forbidding terrain. Meeting that challenge is a job for satellite.
Sponsored by VT iDirect and Arabsat
When disaster strikes, aid groups and governments put rescue and recovery plans into action. Donations and plans are good – but one more thing is needed. Information.
Sponored by emergency.lu with additional support from GovSat, Hughes and Speedcast Government
To rally global support to battle climate change, a group of activists formed an NGO called Save Our Selves, with the support of former US Vice President and Nobel Peace Prize recipient Al Gore.
Each flip of the switch is a small miracle, brought to you by satellites circling the earth far out of sight, helping to make life electric.
Sponsored by AvL Technologies and
By 2030, satellite will transform our lives, fulfilling the dream of the man who first conceived it.
Sponsored by the Intelligent Communities Group, L-3 and Microspace Communications
In 2004, when a terrible natural disaster struck, government agencies and NGOs leaped into action to bring food, clean water, medical help, clothing and building materials to the affected region.
When a ship is in port, mobile networks often meet the needs of both officers and crew. But once out of sight of land, mobile signals fade and the only way to connect is by satellite.
Sponsored by ITC Global