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November 3rd, 2013

SkyTrac Systems—Technology Showcase + Presentation @ Military Electronics Seminar, Turkey (Event—SATCOM)

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[SatNews] SkyTrac Systems will be attending and presenting at the 3rd Military Electronics Seminar held at the Middle East Technical University, Cultural & Convention Center (METU CCC) in Ankara, Turkey, November 5th and 6th.

The seminar is held by Electronics Valley, the premiere web portal for electronics industries in Turkey, founded by BUPAT. It aims to serve the aviation, avionics and military electronics industries and provides a platform for networking, information-sharing and business development needs. Industry workshops are the main attraction of the seminar, and SkyTrac is looking forward to presenting their satellite communication solutions during their workshop.

Kim Bagnall, Sales Manager, and Kathleen Lengert, Regional Account Manager, will be presenting their SkyTrac workshop on November 5th from 3:45 - 5:30 pm in Hall D. The seminar topic is “Harnessing the Power of Satellite Technology” and will provide information on all the products and services SkyTrac offers. There will also be a demonstration of SkyTrac’s web-based interface program SkyWeb, which shares a multitude of aircraft data with ground operators to further increase connectivity. Kim and Kathleen will also be discussing SkyTrac’s latest solution that provides Flight Data Monitoring (FDM) capabilities using the ISAT-200A. The solutions and value added features offered by the company aid the aviation industry with flight following, real time communication and fleet optimization.

“This is a great opportunity to share our world renowned Flight Data Monitoring and flight tracking solutions with more of the international aviation community,” said SkyTrac President and CEO, Malachi Nordine. “We believe we have a lot to offer the defense industry to help with enhancing safety, streamlining operations and increasing connectivity.”

To register for the workshop, please visit http://bit.ly/16sRq0M as space is limited.