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Webinar on Emerging Satellite Capabilities Hosted by BIS Research is Going to be all About the Future of Constellation Missions

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BIS Research is set to host its latest webinar on “Emerging Satellite Capabilities | Enabling Sustainability Across Constellation Missions” on the 16th of June’22.

The webinar is going to be a very insightful session as it would talk about the future of space missions and how new and emerging technologies in the space & satellite segment are going to impact the overall industry.

Some of the key areas that would be covered during the session include:

  • Space trends & developments
  • In-orbit inspection, repair, assembly & replacement
  • In-orbit last-mile delivery (space tugs), refueling
  • Ground station network, frequent revisits, downstream service requirements, optical communications (ISL/sat-to-ground)

The speaker panel for the webinar will include some of the eminent names from the space industry. These are:

Hirokazu Mori – He is the chief strategy officer at WARPSPACE Inc., a leading telecommunication service provider for small satellites. Mr. Hirokazu has been in the industry for many years now and has extensive experience in theoretical cosmology research.

Nilopal Ojha – Nilopal is the leas analyst, Aerospace & Defense at BIS Research. He will be discussing some very crucial points on the current and future state of in-orbit inspection, repair, assembly & replacement in the space industry.

Amy Garcia – Amy has been playing an integral part as one of the lead research analysts at BIS Research by providing insights on the latest trends in the Space & Defense industry. In this aerospace webinar, Amy will touch upon some very crucial points on the in-orbit last-mile delivery (space tugs) and refuelling operations and how they will impact the overall performance of the space and aerospace industry.

Arun Kumar Sampathkumar – As the principal analyst at BIS Research, Arun has been pivotal in providing inputs on emerging markets across the satellite and aerospace industry. With close to a decade of industry experience, Arun’s inputs would be highly useful and full of insights.

For more details and registration for the webinar click here.

About BIS Research: 

BIS Research is a global B2B market intelligence and advisory firm focusing on deep technology and related emerging trends which can disrupt the market dynamics in the near future. We publish more than 200 market intelligence studies annually that focus on several deep technology verticals.

Our strategic market analysis emphasizes on market estimations, technology analysis, emerging high-growth applications, deeply segmented granular country-level market data, and other important market parameters useful in the strategic decision-making for senior management.

BIS Research offers syndicate as well as custom studies and expert consultations to firms, providing them specific and actionable insights on novel technology markets, business models, and competitive landscape.

BIS Healthcare vertical offers intelligence in the healthcare technology market for Medical Devices, Digital Health, Life Sciences, Robotics and Imaging, Information Technology, Precision Medicine, and other emerging healthcare technologies, covering the entire industry spectrum. In the past 5 years, BIS Healthcare has published more than 50 reports under the precision medicine banner. Additionally, BIS Research has been nominating Top 25 Voices in Precision Medicine on its Insight Monk platform for the past two years successfully.

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