The Access Intelligence Satellite Group presents the global satellite community with a series of Conferences and Exhibitions designed to inform, educate and gather professionals involved in satellite enabled communications.
Via Satellite’s 2014 Excellence Awards salutes the innovative companies, technologies, campaigns and people who’ve helped shape the success of the global satellite industry. Going neck and neck with cable, telecom and other industries for a larger slice of the global telecommunications marketplace, satellite executives like you recognize the power of having talented professionals and dynamic technologies supporting the industry’s growth and stature.
Enter Via Satellite’s 2014 Excellence Awards and show us the best of the best in the satellite industry. In return, we’ll showcase the most outstanding people and technologies in satellite and set a benchmark for what can be accomplished in this storied marketplace.
April 22 – 23, 2014
Marriott City Center
June 24 – 25, 2014
Marriott City Center
In recent years, shale exploration and development has become more valuable due to technology advancements in drilling and increasing gas prices. Companies have flocked to shale plays to capitalize on the vast amounts of natural gas that can be extracted. While shale drilling has proven valuable, successfully implementing communications systems to the remote and rural areas remains a challenge. Lack of existing infrastructure, mountains, forests, harsh winter climates and other terrain hurdles have prohibited putting in place a communications infrastructure to the field.
ShaleComm will bring together the shale drilling community to discuss the communications challenges faced and explore viable solutions for implementing reliable and seamless communications systems in remote inland fields.
October 15, 2014
Grand Hyatt Washington, Washington D.C.
The Hosted Payload and Smallsat Summit has been expanded to include small satellites in the discussion with a revamped conference program and networking opportunities designed to engage everyone in attendance in the conversation of future-changing technology. In addition to the full day program, a new extensive tutorial session has been created to provide an overview of the hosted payload and small satellites technology to prepare professionals new to the industry for the day’s events as well as a refresher for seasoned professionals.
Conference: November 5 – 6, 2014
Exposition: November 7 – 8, 2014
George R. Brown Convention Center, Houston, TX
The offshore and remote inland industries are two of the most challenging industries on the planet. With an ever changing environment, deeper water drilling, remote locations, constantly updated technologies and more demand for instant data reporting than ever before, communications and information professionals are expected to deliver results regardless of the new obstacles they face. OilComm provides communications and IT professionals with the latest practices, products and services available in their ever changing industry and opportunities to network with their peers and find solutions to some of their most difficult issues. OilComm will offer the next generation of communication solutions for the entire life cycle of the oil platform – exploration, drilling, and production – be it remote inland or offshore.
SATELLITE 2015 is the premier event in satellite communications to discover more of the technologies and solutions you need to succeed. In just four days, attendees can immerse themselves in sessions and drill deep into topics of importance with panels, roundtables and user discussions led by thought-leaders, pioneers and innovators in the global satellite marketplace.
June 8-10, 2015
Renaissance Hotel, Long Beach, CA
The Global Connected Aircraft Summit will bring together companies from all across the industry to assess some of the early market lessons, potential demand, and best practices. In this two-day summit, Avionics and Via Satellite magazines will bring together panels on topics ranging from airline business models and cockpit improvements, to satellite bandwidth and alternative industry perspectives.