With VSAT 2015 drawing closer we wanted to have a look at some of the keynote speakers.
Some of the events most notable speakers to look out for include: Jon Godfrey (General Manager Paradigm communications), Mathew O’Connor (COO at Avanti Communications) and David Hartshorn (Secretary General Global VSAT Forum), Garr Stephenson (Vice President of Airborne COTM UltiSat), Reza Rasoulian (Global Head of Connectivity at Carnival Corporation) and Aditya Chatterjee (CTO of Global Eagle Entertainment).
Topical discussions and talks being delivered by theses engaging and highly experienced speakers include: The Importance of connectivity in Maritime, How can VSAT Become Competitive in the Mobility Market, Increasing the Accessibility of VSAT, future of satellite – 5 years from now and many many other areas.
Find out more about a few of these dynamic and inspiring speakers in our next instalments when we will focus on a couple of their chosen topics, their backgrounds in the industry and the details of when you can catch them live at the event.
There is still time to get involved with this year’s event held at the Royal Garden Hotel, London. 16-18th September 2015. 50+ keynote speakers, VSAT Blog, Annual VSAT Awards and 1-to-1 meetings.
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