JOIN US IN BREMEN, THIS NOVEMBER!
Knowledge is key when securing a competitive edge within the maritime and aviation industries, which is why learning from the experts that are leading the charge in industry trends is imperative to enhancing your current onboard and offboard connectivity projects.
Accelerate your knowledge and industry connections this November at the free-to-attend Mobility Connectivity Conference. Find your free pass here.
REASONS TO ATTEND:
Optimise fleet management, predictive maintenance, and MRO through IoT / SaaS solutions, hardware, and software innovation
Achieve decarbonisation through connectivity solutions
Increase crew and passenger welfare, safety, and entertainment through onboard connectivity capabilities
Achieve efficient and connected fleets through data sharing optimisation, standardisation, hardware, and software optimisation
Obtain a holistic understanding of network technologies and system integration to enable IoT, IFC, IFE and crew welfare services to future proof operations
Stay up to date on developments regarding onboard connectivity business model development and partnerships
The Mobility Connectivity Conference at Space Tech Expo Europe will take place this November (15-17) in Bremen, Germany as is this year’s unmissable industry event that will educate and inspire attendees with thought-provoking conference sessions led by technical-level experts and provide key takeaway learnings for the year ahead. Hand-picked sessions that you cannot afford to miss include:
Panel: Increasing Efficient and Affordable Onboard Connectivity Capabilities – The Business and Strategy Part
Panel: Achieving Fleet Management Goals Through Satellite IoT Networks
Closing Panel: Meeting Future Connectivity Requirements for Mobility – What is Next?
Confirmed Conference Speakers Include:
Mobility Connectivity Conference Speaker Interviews
Elliot Minn, CTO, e2E
Dr Sandro Scalise, Head of Satellite Networks, DLR
Speaker interview: Joakim Espeland – CEO, QuadSAT
I am the CEO and Co-founder of QuadSAT, a Danish company that has developed new tools and techniques for testing and calibrating satellite antennas. Having previously worked in the oil and gas industry, I realised how challenging it is to test and calibrate satellite ground segment equipment.
Speaker interview: Matthias Motzigemba – Head of Laser Communications, Tesat Spacecom
I have been working in the telecommunications market for more than 30 years. Since 2011 I am with TESAT to transfer telecommunication from earth to space. My actual role is Head of Sales for Laser Communication.
Blog: Anyplace, Anywhere, Anytime: Meeting Post-pandemic Maritime and Aviation Connectivity Expectations
Real-time high-data rate connectivity at any place is a hot topic within the maritime and aviation industries. The pandemic has shifted expectations and demand for (satellite) connectivity in remote areas at sea and in the air. With upgrades in technology, ground infrastructures, terminals and satellite capabilities, next-gen connectivity onboard an airline’s or ship owner’s fleet is closer than ever – but some key hurdles are yet to be overcome.
Ground Stations and Satellite Constellations: Bridging the Gap in Remote Maritime and Aviation Connectivity with Next-Gen Satellite Capabilities
There are various megatrends intersecting the maritime and aviation industries. A key one is developing strong onboard connectivity capabilities when flying and sailing in remote areas to ensure efficient remote maintenance and navigation, crew safety and welfare, as well as optimising a passenger’s onboard experience through high-speed, high-data rate reliable connectivity. The necessity for these capabilities has been accelerated following the pandemic and our increased need for connection.