Better Satellite World
The modern world literally runs on satellite – from data networks and TV to Internet, agriculture, energy and transport – though far too few people know it. The commercial satellite industry is now attracting a new generation of entrepreneurs and investors dedicated to lowering launch costs, downsizing spacecraft, servicing them in orbit and delivering ubiquitous connectivity at competitive prices. The Better Satellite World campaign shows the world why our industry, though often invisible, is indispensable to modern life, through powerful stories and videos that depict space and satellite technologies contributing to the economy, society and sustainability of planet Earth.
Learn how satellite data analysis revealed the hidden role of a Maritime Militia in China’s efforts to dominate the South China Sea.
Sponsored by Ursa Space Systems
Satellites so high above the Earth they’re invisible are key to the dream of a world where the Internet is everywhere.
Sponsored by Hughes
The more satellites we launch, the closer comes the day when Earth orbit could become a minefield that neither people nor machines dare enter. So, how do we keep it open?
Sponsored by Space Shuttle Children’s Trust Fund
Protecting satellite communications is vital to protecting the world’s peace, and one company is doing exactly that for the U.S. Space Force.
Sponsored by Network Innovations U.S. Government
Better Satellite World episodes feature conversations with people whose work in space & satellite make a stronger economy, a better society and a more sustainable planet. They demonstrate why space technology is indispensable to modern life.
The Better Satellite World Awards Celebration
The Better Satellite Awards Dinner honors the enormous contributions of the satellite industry to the economy, safety, security, governance, development and health of the planet. Find out more about the Dinner here!
Better Satellite World Origins
The Better Satellite World campaign began with this video, aired for the first time on March 17, 2015 at the SSPI Gala: