Global Space and Technology Convention
Global Space and Technology Convention (GSTC) is Asia’s Premier Space & Technology event, bringing you the latest technology news, what’s hot in the satellite scene and space technology updates.
Over 10 years in the making, GSTC has taken up a crucial role in highlighting how space technology and satellite communications will shape our lives here in Asia. From learning how satellite communication and data can transform urban cities, to its applications in maritime surveillance, security and IoT, GSTC is the go-to platform for your space and satellite business, to connect with the rapidly evolving space industry in Asia.
SSTA looks forward to welcoming over 900 delegates, 60 speakers and 350 companies from more than 50 countries to the 13th GSTC. The event will be held in Singapore on the 22nd to 24th February 2021.
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|“GSTC has brought together global thought leaders, subject matter experts and end-users in the space ecosystem. It is a place to get a pulse of the fast evolving Asian space industries, to meet new business partners and uncover new opportunities. ST Engineering is proud to have been a key partner of this home-grown convention since its inception.”
Mr Vincent Chong President & CEO, ST Engineering
|“Astroscale has been attending GSTC for many years. It is truly a valuable platform, providing us with high intensity networking opportunities with suppliers, customers from outside the industry, VCs and thought leaders in the space industry. We hope to contribute to the dialogue by sharing best practices and addressing pressing issues for the responsible use of space.”
Mr Nobu Okada Founder & CEO, ASTROSCALE PTE. LTD, Japan
|“The satellite communications industry is an exciting and fast-growing one, with growing business and career opportunities. There are many technology innovations shaping the satellite communications industry today, including High Throughput Satellites and small satellite constellations for communications. It is therefore vital for Singapore to build up new capabilities, such as inter-satellite LEO-GEO communications, to support the growth of this industry.”
Mr Beh Kian Teik Assistant Managing Director, Economic Development Board, Singapore
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