Latin American Satellite Communications and Broadcasting Summit
May 23-24, 2017 / Mexico City

Program

Monday, May 22, 2017
 
Opening reception
Tuesday, May 23, 2017
 
Registration / Welcome coffee
 
Welcome address
 
Inaugural keynote speech
 
Euroconsult market presentation - Prospects for the Latam satcom market
 
Leading commercial operators in Latin America

Executives from leading satellite organizations and companies in Latin America will share their views on the situation and prospects for the Latin American commercial market.

 
Coffee break
 
Prospects for TV and video services in Latin America

Executives from several leading organizations involved in TV broadcasting services in Mexico and other countries will share their views on current market dynamics and strategies to drive growth.

 
Official luncheon
 
VSAT services and solutions

Leading VSAT service providers will discuss the main applications and solutions and future market requirements, ranging from professional services to cellular backhaul.

 
Coffee break
 
National security and public safety

Representatives from organizations in charge of or supporting national security initiatives will share their on the use of satellites and the benefits they derive.

 
Enterprise connectivity: For customer experience and business operations

Technology officers using satellite for connectivity, in several verticals including banking, retail, IT or building materials.

 
Evening reception
Wednesday, May 24, 2017
 
Welcome coffee
 
Keynote presentation
 
National satellite programs

National satellite operators and space agencies from a selection of Latin American countries will share insights future expectations for their programs.

 
Coffee break
 
Satellite manufacturing

Leading industrial players will discuss the latest trends for the satellite manufacturing including the evolution of demand and competition in the institutional and commercial market in LATAM.

 
Official luncheon
 
Universal Access Forum – Part 1

Representatives from government organizations and regulatory bodies will share their experience and perspectives on rural connectivity initiatives in the country including the role of satellites and the benefits they derive.

 
Coffee break
 
Universal Access Forum – Part 2

Representatives from telecom operators will discuss their role in the provision of universal access and share their expectations and requirements for future developments.

 
Closing remarks