ЕЖЕГОДНАЯ КОНФЕРЕНЦИЯ ОПЕРАТОРОВ И ПОЛЬЗОВАТЕЛЕЙ СЕТИ СПУТНИКОВОЙ СВЯЗИ И ВЕЩАНИЯ В РОССИИ
1 ноября, Москва

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Federal Agency of Communications (Rossvyaz) is a Federal Executive Body, executing functions of state property administration and telecommunication and postal state services rendering, including construction, development and utilization of communication networks, satellite systems, TV and radio broadcasting systems. Rossvyaz is under the jurisdiction of Ministry of Communications and Mass Communications of the Russian Federation. https://www.rossvyaz.ru
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The Russian Satellite Communications Company (RSCC) is Russia's national satellite communications operator, whose spacecraft ensure global coverage. Established in 1967, the company owns Russia's largest satellite constellation. The RSCC satellites are positioned along the geostationary orbital arc from 14 ° W up to 145 ° E, covering the entire territory of Russia, CIS, Europe, Middle East, Africa, Asian-Pacific region, North and South America, and Australia. As Russia’s national operator of satellite communications services, RSCC is responsible for addressing important state tasks of providing mobile communications services for the Office of the President and the RF Government, and federal TV and radio channels broadcasting within the territory of Russia and of most countries of the world. The company is actively involved in the implementation of top-priority national projects, working closely with the Russian state authorities in the field of information and telecommunication systems and broadcasting. RSCC provides a full range of communications and broadcasting services using its own terrestrial technical facilities and satellite constellation, which includes up-to-day Express-series spacecraft Express-AM, Express-AT, Express-AMU, and Express-A. The company's satellites provide ample opportunities for the broadcasting organizations, broadband Internet access, data transmission, videoconferencing, VSAT networks, departmental and corporative communications networks in any region of the globe. RSCC has deployed a modern terrestrial spacecraft control complex, on the basis of which the control and monitoring of not only their own satellites but also those of Eutelsat and other operators. The company includes five space communications centers (SCC): Dubna, Medvezhyi Ozera, Skolkovo, Zheleznogorsk, Khabarovsk, and Shabolovka Technical Centre in Moscow, as well as its own high-speed fiber-optic digital network.
RSCC is controlled by the Federal Communications Agency (Rossvyaz). www.rscc.ru
Strategic Partner
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ISS-Reshetnev Company is Russia’s leading supplier of satellites for communications, navigation and geodetic purposes. ISS-Reshetnev provides a wide range of services through the full lifecycle of space complexes from satellite design to in-orbit control and support. It has built more than 1200 satellites and 40 space-based systems to date. Apart from its commercial projects, ISS-Reshetnev is responsible for the development of the space segment of the global navigation satellite system GLONASS, the multi-functional data-relay system Loutch and the personal satellite communications system Gonets. www.iss-reshetnev.ru
Strategic Partner
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International activity has historically been the most important field of work for Ingosstrakh, since the company was established in 1947 to promote the Soviet Union’s interests abroad. In 1997, companies with the participation of Ingosstrakh capital united into Ingosstrakh transnational group (Ingosstrakh TNG). The TNG was created for coordination of insurance and reinsurance policies, joint personnel training, exchange of experience, etc.Throughout its existence, the TNG transformed into an association of insurance companies bound by industry and trade. Ingosstrakh has kept its leading role, and INGO International Insurance Company was created on the basis of the TNG.The agreement on creation of INGO International Insurance Group was executed on August 27, 2004, in Helsinki. INGO Group represents a whole new, higher level of the companies’ integration. The Group comprises insurance bodies and companies which provide ancillary insurance and reinsurance services, the controlling interest there of being owned by Ingosstrakh. www.ingos.ru
Strategic Partner
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Founded in 1977, Eutelsat Communications is one of the world's leading satellite operators. With a global fleet of satellites and associated ground infrastructure, Eutelsat enables clients across Video, Data, Government, Fixed and Mobile Broadband markets to communicate effectively to their customers, irrespective of their location. Over 6,800 television channels operated by leading media groups are broadcast by Eutelsat to one billion viewers equipped for DTH reception or connected to terrestrial networks. Headquartered in Paris, with offices and teleports around the globe, Eutelsat assembles 1,000 men and women from 46 countries who are dedicated to delivering the highest quality of service. Eutelsat Communications is listed on the Euronext Paris Stock Exchange (ticker: ETL). For more about Eutelsat go to www.eutelsat.com
Delegate Registration Partner
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Intersputnik, one of the world’s first satellite operators uniting 26 countries, is a full-scale supplier of satellite capacity and engineering solutions on the global market. Intersputnik’s core business is leasing satellite capacity to telecommunications operators and broadcasters under agreements with partner operators: RSCC, Eutelsat, Intelsat, ABS, SES. Intersputnik also offers its customers a full set of solutions in the field of satellite network installation and operation via its proprietary subsidiary Isatel. In cooperation with partners, Intersputnik is implementing full-scale projects aimed at procuring and deploying spacecraft in Intersputnik's own orbital positions. www.intersputnik.ru

Media Partners

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