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June 21st, 2013

EUSATCOM 2013... Upcoming In Amsterdam... (Event)

[SatNews] The European Satellite Communications Conference is an opportunity for the European SATCOM industry to learn about major developments, learn about highly-relevant customer cases, and extend their professional and business networks relationships. The event occurs the Casa 400 conference centre, Amsterdam, on June 27th, 2013, from 11:00-18:00. The event's sponsors are Newtec, NLsatcom, Eutelsat Broadband, BSN-SSPI and Riverbed.

EUsatcom provides three unique exercises for attendees:

Exercise 1: European networking and community building If you come to build out your professional SATCOM network you have come to the correct event! The conference opens by looking at the SATCOM industry in Europe and, in particular, at the organization of satellite communication professionals in Europe. Satellites play an increasing role in connecting the world especially in our modern digital society—Robert Bell from the SSPI will sketch a number of exciting scenarios for you in the satcom industry. During the business lunch, there are numerous opportunities for networking. For those who are interested, there is a round table discussion on how to vitalize the European SATCOM pro community.

Exercise 2: Become engaged in an exciting SATCOM programs (download the full program and speaker list at this direct link.) In the afternoon will be presentations from 10 leading SATCOM experts that wil cover three of the most important topics in satellite communications...

  • The emergence of the new generation Ka-band and High Throughput Satellites (HTS)
  • The question: how to increase the efficiency of satellite (IP) connections
  • An exciting (new?) market: Satellite M2M in times of "the Internet of things”
Exercise 3: Speak to the experts, hear their opinions and learn from their highly-relevant customer cases.

Exercise 4: EUsatcom 2013 conference is a new type of fast-paced SATCOM event that, now for the second year, combines a traditional conference set up with a TED like media spectacle to reach out to the European satellite communication professional community. Visitors will be part of a multi media environment, all participating in the program

All presentations are streamed on the web, enhancing the conference in Amsterdam, and via the EUsatcom Media Portal—social media, video and online voting will be used to interact with the international audience and as an experiment to connect with online participants.