2003 ISCe event kicks off 18 August in California

MUMBAI: The 2003 International Satellite & Communications exchange (ISCe) Conference and Expo takes place from 18-21 August in Long Beach, California. ISCe is a four-day global event highlighting the latest satellite services and innovative technologies for the commercial and government industries.

The event has set itself the brief of being an invaluable resource to learn about the latest innovations and use in satellite technological across all sectors. The event is being organised by Hannover Fairs USA. Sponsors include Boeing, Booz Allen Hamilton, California Space Authority, Lockheed Martin Commercial Space Systems, SatNews Online.

ISCe will feature a senior-level conference programme and several value-added programmes. The sessions will provide attendees with business and networking opportunities in satellite communications, navigation, broadcasting and imaging/remote sensing. The event features include a three-day dynamic conference programme, US - Asia satellite business roundtable as well as a satellite technologies at work forum.

The ISCe 2003 conference will address key issues such as: global strategies and opportunities, the future of satellite broadband, dual-use applications of satellite technologies, satellites in entertainment and satellite services for vertical markets and Asia-Pacific market maturity and growing pains.

The conference will see a CNN special session on The Use of Satellite Technologies During the War in Iraq. For the strategist in the war room; pilot in the air; soldier on the battlefield; reporter embedded with the troops; and viewer watching the war on television satellite, technologies proved to be a tremendous asset.

The providers and users of these technologies will share first hand experiences and lessons learned. Attendees will gain insights into the role satellites played in applications such as navigation, remote sensing, communications and broadcasting during this war and the ways in which military and media may be forever changed. The panelists include Iridium Satellite CEO Gino Picasso and DigitalGlobe CEO Herb Saterlee III.

Speakers at the US - Asia satellite business roundtable include Northern Sky Research president Christopher Baugh, Eurasiasat director general and CEO Illhami Aygun, and PanmSat Topics VP, government and regulatory affairs and assoc. general council, Kalpak Gude. The topics that will be addressed here include the impact of consolidation in the telecom industry, potential regulatory changes, and the effects of the SARS epidemic.

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