Telespazio will be present at the show with Thales Alenia Space. The two companies, which form the Space Alliance between Leonardo and Thales, share a booth where they will present their main activities in the field of space services and systems.
In Washington, Telespazio will demonstrate its activities in the satellite operations and communications sector, and in the field of geo-information.
In particular, for the satellite operations run through a network of owned space centres and teleports, the company manages launch, orbit, and spacecraft testing services, as well as the operational life of satellites. For over 50 years, Telespazio has been providing space agencies and international operators with services that cover all phases of space missions.
Telespazio’s Fucino Space Centre, one of the most important teleports in the world for civilian use, was awarded in 2017 second place as Top Teleport Operator of the World Teleport Association (WTA). The Space Centre hosts 170 operative antennas with 22 control rooms, 5 of which are manned 24/7. Fucino hosts the Control Centre of the COSMO-SkyMed Earth observation satellite constellation and one of the Control Centres (GCC) that manage the European Galileo satellite positioning and navigation system.
In the satellite communications sector, Telespazio offers customers a long and consolidated experience, making it the global service provider it is today. The company manages communications networks that integrate satellite and terrestrial solutions to effectively meet the needs of business and institutional markets, the media and broadcast sectors, and global telecommunications operators.
Telespazio manages more than 46,000 VSAT around the world, more than 350 TV channels for worldwide broadcasters and has access to satellite capacity based on a range of 30 geo satellites.
In the field of geo-information, Telespazio is a leading global provider of services and application solutions. At Satellite, the company will present its land and environmental monitoring services, rapid mapping in support of relief efforts in the event of natural disasters, products dedicated to defence and intelligence, and maritime surveillance services.
Satellite 2018 provides a very rich timetable of conferences and events. Telespazio will attend many of these events. In particular:
March 12 at 8.30 a.m. Luigi Pasquali, CEO of Telespazio, will speak at the “Monday Opening Session: Welcome to SATELLITE 2018: Challenges and Opportunities for an Industry in Transition”;
March 14 at 9.30 a.m. Marzio Laurenti, CEO of Telespazio Brasil, will speak at the panel “South America: How Satellite Broadband and Backhaul Can Connect the Continent's Smart Cities”;
at 3.15 p.m. Alessandro Caranci, Head of the Line of Business Satellite Communications of Telespazio will speak at the panel “The Satellite of Things: Where Teleports Play in IoT”;
March 15 at 11.15 a.m. Massimo Claudio Comparini, Head of the Line of Business Geo Information of Telespazio and CEO of e-GEOS (Telespazio/ASI), will speak at the panel “Imagery and Sensing for Industry: The Incredible, Insatiable Demand for Environmental Data”.