GSTC 2021 Virtual Attendee Hub .
VIRTUAL ATTENDEE HUB IS LIVE FROM 4 JUNE 2021 - 20 JUNE 2021
Registered delegates can now login to the Virtual Attendee Hub to attend the conference sessions, schedule appointments with other delegates and visit our virtual exhibition booths!
GSTC 2021 Special Edition .
7 JUNE 2021 (Latest Updates!) • SHERATON TOWERS SINGAPORE & ONLINE
With the space sector thriving and rapidly evolving, it is more vital than ever to stay connected and updated with the latest industry trends and developments.
From market trends in Asia to space technology’s role in sustainability efforts on earth, strategic conversations and technological innovations take centre stage here.
The power-packed full-day GSTC 2021 Special Edition will cover the following topics:
·Asia Space Dialogue
·Cyber Security in the Space Age
·Space & Sustainability – How Can Space Technology Benefit Sustainability Efforts on Earth
·Earth Observation for the Challenge of Tomorrow
·Next Gen Computing in the Space Industry
·The Next Disruptive Space Technology to Watch
About GSTC .
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. The Pre-GSTC Workshops and GSTC 2021 Special Edition were successfully held in Singapore and online in 2021 (25 February & 7 June 2021). We look forward the next hybrid GSTC 2022 to be held in Singapore and virtually on 8-10 February 2022.
GSTC 2021 Speakers .
Commerical & Government
Commercial & Government
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.
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.
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.
The Global Space and Technology Convention has presented excellent opportunities for SSTL to work with current and future players shaping the Asian space developments
CNES is committed to forge a stronger cooperation with its Asian partners. The GSTC is an important platform to share our visions and to find new opportunities for joint developments
Pre-GSTC Workshops Highlights .
25 FEBRUARY 2021 / SHERATON TOWERS, SINGAPORE & ONLINE
Global Air Traffic Management (ATM) Workshop with Mr Sharly Ben Chetrit of JetTalk.
The landscape has changed vastly. With the need for airlines to streamline and cut costs, air traffic management is an issue that requires urgent discussions. The workshop focused on satellite-based communications, navigation, and air traffic surveillance, discussing leading solutions, global air traffic control development trends and emerging technologies.
Global Maritime Traffic Management (MTM) Workshop with MTM panellists Mr Duane Hand of Speedcast, Dr Fu Xiuju of A*STAR, Mr David Foo of MPA, Mr Todd Schuett of Kongsberg Norcontrol and moderator Mr Ronny Waage of Heron Advisory.
With most world trade transported by ship, new technologies and innovative solutions to manage vessel traffic, marine pilotage and perform coastal surveillance are essential. The workshop focused on satellite-based communications, navigation, and maritime traffic surveillance, discussing leading solutions, global maritime traffic control development trends, and emerging technologies
Panel discussion at the Project Cyclotron Workshop & Startup Pitching, with Ms Lynette Tan, CE of SSTL, Mr Chng Zhen Hao, CEO of Cap Vista, Mr Joel Ang, Senior Associate of Wavemaker Partners, Mark Lim, CEO of Aliena and Charles Wong, CEO of Bifrost.
Project Cyclotron is a unique founder-friendly, venture building programme that invests in and supports the most innovative space and deep tech startups, gearing them for commercial success, and placing them on a curated global platform. We believe in value creation by providing access to funds, industry technologists, assistance to expand in Singapore and our network.
It puts together the best – technology experts to identify the disruptors, a network of global space industry players to realise innovations, and investors to recognise value.
Mr Jimmy Tan, Singapore Land Authority (SLA) speaking at the Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS) Industry Workshop.
The workshop promotes multi GNSS in the Asia and Oceania regions and encourages GNSS service providers and user communities to develop new applications and businesses. It also supports developing countries in the region to achieve its SDGs by supplying technical support on GNSS via seminars for policy makers and more.
3rd Lunar Commercial Communications Workshop
Opening remarks by Mr Steve Durst, Founder of ILOA at the 3rd Lunar Commercial Communications Workshop.
Hungarian Minister of Foreign Affairs and Trade, H.E. Peter Szijjarto joins the delegates virtually at the Hungary-Singapore SpaceTech & Business Workshop.
Learn more about the Hungarian Space Sector and it’s most successful enterprises, research centres and internationally-acknowledged engineers, with results that have brought them to the forefront of the world for decades.
GSTC 2020 Statistics .
GSTC 2020 Programme .
5 February 2020
Secure World Foundation Workshop
Satellite QKD – The future of secure communications Workshop
6 February 2020
High Speed Protected Communication Links on Future Space Systems
Interference Mitigation for Satellite Communications: A New Perspective
A New Dimension in Satellite Constellations: Facts, Figures, and Trend of Commercial Space
2020 and Beyond, A New Global Approach
Factoring Satellite into the 5G Ecosystem
Will Next Generation Satellites Complexify Ground Segments?
Global Asset Monitoring
7 February 2020
The Digital Transformation of Air Traffic Management and Space Based Technology
Intelligent Space Systems – The Space Opportunity that Makes Sense for Australia
Data Driven Development to Achieve the Sustainable Economy
Balancing Cyber Security with Business Needs of Commercial Space
Contract Signing with Capvista
6 February 2020, Thursday
*Open to All
Multi-GNSS Asia Regional Symposium 2020
Advancing Smart Nation with Satellite Positioning. The symposium will feature innovative local and regional GNSS applications and research projects in many different industries including self-mobility platforms, smart construction, atmospheric monitoring, climate change research and many more.
Sponsored by Kacific
By Invitation Only
Pitching Day 1 & 2
Calling for startups with offerings in space technologies and/or satellite applications to participate in the pitching sessions at GSTC 2020! Selected startups will each be allocated a slot during the event to pitch and share on your company to a selected panel of industry experts, angels and VCs.
Singapore Space Challenge 2020
The SSC Community Choice Award is presented by participating teams of SSC 2020, where they present their submissions to a panel of esteemed judges.
Singapore Space Challenge 2020
Design a satellite or satellite system of not more than 5 satellites that can be used to de-orbit space debris
Over 70 international teams participated in the challenge. May the best team win!
1 – General Atomics
2 – Analytical Graphics, Inc. (AGI)
3 – ICEYE
4 – ST Engineering
5 – Maxar
6 – Airbus
7 – Flex
8a – UK Space Agency
8b – Surrey Satellite Technology Limited
9 – Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade, Hungary
10 – Avio
11 – Mitsubishi Electric
12 – Addvalue
13 – Keysight Technologies
14 – Orbit Logic
15 – Swedish Space Corporation (SSC)
16 – D-Orbit and Meta-Sensing
17 – Gomspace
19 – Nanoavionics
22 – Singapore Land Authority
P2 – Space Inventor
P3 – SpaceSats
P4 – Elbit Systems
P5 – Centre of Quantum Technologies
P6 – Mitsui Bussan Aerospace
P8 – SEREME