NewSat Joins Satellite Communications Experts at MilSatCom Asia
Greg Cowie of NewSat will join other market leaders to discuss a myriad of issues relevant to the Asian satellite communications market.
- (1888PressRelease) May 03, 2012 - Greg Cowie of NewSat will be attending the 2012 MilSatCom Asia to brief the regional satellite communications community of the new Ka band capacity to be offered by the company's upcoming Jabiru Satellite Communications Service.
This will be the second MilSatCom Asia event following its successful debut in 2011. MilSatCom Asia is the industry's response to the growing demand for SATCOM providers in the Asian region. SMi, the organizer of the event, aims to enable the SATCOM market to keep up with the technological and business trends by bringing satellite professionals together. SMi's aim is for this year's event to be highly regarded as a niche conference.
Greg Cowie of NewSat will join other market leaders to discuss a myriad of issues relevant to the satellite communications market. Representatives from global and regional military and government agencies and civil expert will share their latest satellite service programs and initiatives. Mr Cowie will share NewSat's current and future satellite capabilities, ranging from military communications to enterprise-grade services.
Confirmed speakers at the 2012 MilSatCom Asia also include:
Major General (Dr) Siva Kumar, Chief Executive Officer, National Spatial Data Infrastructure, Department of Science and Technology, India
Commodore Roger Boyce, Director General of ICT Policy and Planning, Department of Defence, Australia
Masayuki Iwaike, Director of Missile Defence and Space Policy and Planning, Policy Division, Bureau of Defence Policy, Ministry of Defence, Japan
Major John Genouw, COMOPSLAND/G6/ReqMat, Joint Operational Support Division, Ministry of Defence, Belgium
Lieutenant Colonel James Dryburgh, JS01 CIS (J6), New Zealand Defence Force
Dr. Muhammad Riaz Suddle, Director for PakSat-1R Programme, SUPARCO (Pakistan Space Agency)
Jonathan Hung, President, Singapore Space and Technology Association (SSTA)
Participants can expect to learn more about satellite imagery, civil-military interoperability and joint government space communications programs. MilSatCom participants are welcome to book an appointment to discuss NewSat's current or upcoming satellite communications capabilities with Mr Cowie and other NewSat executives. Visit newsat.com for more information.
MilSatCom 2012 will be held in Singapore from May 9 to 10.