Satellite Payload Power Now and Tomorrow

Date of Event:
March 12th, 2014

Run Time:
13:45 - 15:00

Room Number:
201

Track:
Enterprise Forum




Less than 15 years ago, more than 80% of the Commercial GEO Satcom launched had a payload power below 9kW; they now represent less than 50% and the in-orbit record stands currently at 20kW. But will this trend continue? Which change(s) in the short to medium term could impact the market and how? This session will discuss the main drivers and their strengths/weaknesses based on the type of satellite (FSS, DBS, HTS…) and the characteristics of their final markets. This session will also specifically discuss the impact of propulsion technologies currently available or soon to be. Finally, panelists will discuss their perspectives on the payload picture in 10 to 15 years, and the main consequences of this evolution.

Moderator:
Stéphane Gounari

Title:
Senior Analyst


Speaker:
David Ball

Title:
CCO


Speaker:
Hector Fenech

Title:
Director of Future Satellite Systems


Speaker:
Hampton Chan

Title:
VP and Chief Architect


Speaker:
Jean-François Charrier

Title:
VP Strategy, Marketing & Institutional Relations




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Satellite Payload Power Now and Tomorrow

Date of Event:
March 12th, 2014

Run Time:
13:45 - 15:00

Room Number:
201

Track:
Enterprise Forum




Less than 15 years ago, more than 80% of the Commercial GEO Satcom launched had a payload power below 9kW; they now represent less than 50% and the in-orbit record stands currently at 20kW. But will this trend continue? Which change(s) in the short to medium term could impact the market and how? This session will discuss the main drivers and their strengths/weaknesses based on the type of satellite (FSS, DBS, HTS…) and the characteristics of their final markets. This session will also specifically discuss the impact of propulsion technologies currently available or soon to be. Finally, panelists will discuss their perspectives on the payload picture in 10 to 15 years, and the main consequences of this evolution.

Moderator:
Stéphane Gounari

Title:
Senior Analyst


Speaker:
David Ball

Title:
CCO


Speaker:
Hector Fenech

Title:
Director of Future Satellite Systems


Speaker:
Hampton Chan

Title:
VP and Chief Architect


Speaker:
Jean-François Charrier

Title:
VP Strategy, Marketing & Institutional Relations




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