Tuesday, October 17, 2023

Satellite 2024. March 18-21, 2024. Washington, D.C.

The eagerly awaited conference agenda is now available online. We invite you to explore a carefully curated program full of cutting-edge insights, inspiring speakers, and sessions covering diverse topics that reflect current and future trends and challenges facing the satellite industry.

For the last 43 years, the SATELLITE conference has provided an opportunity for satellite and space industry professionals to share thought leadership on issues that impact them. This year, we’re proud to deliver an unprecedented increase in value by expanding our content offerings and not changing our prices.

Check out a few sessions from each track below, and find the full program on our website, along with a growing list of confirmed speakersDon't forget to register before the Early Bird discounted rates expire on December 15th!
Executive Forum
Are Satellites Making Progress in their Ultimate Mission to Close the Digital Divide?

How Industry Can Proactively Shape a Trillion-Dollar Gig Economy in Space

The Rapid Rise of LEO Satellite-Enabled "Massive" IoT

Satellite Business Models for the Coming Direct-to-Cell Era

CFO Forum: New Strategies to Secure Financing for Future Systems

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Tech Forum
CTO Roundtable: Re-Defining "Game-Changing" Space Technologies

Fortifying the Skies: Space Defenders on the Frontlines of Cybersecurity

What Will be the New Industry Standard for Satellite Propulsion After Hydrazine?

Assuring Quality-of-Service at Sea: Maritime Satellite Connectivity

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Government & Military Forum
Crossing the 'Valley of Death' for Satellite Systems Providers: DIU, Victus Haze, Victus Nox, and More

Remote Sensing for National Security

Decluttering Space: The Future of Sustainable Space Policy

Strategic AI Satellite Solutions to Revolutionize Defense Capabilities

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Exhibit Hall Content
Startup Space Entrepreneur Pitch Contest

On Orbit's Future Space Economy LIVE: Building Deep Space Satellite Connectivity Networks

When AI Goes Wrong in Space: Mitigating the Risks to Space Missions

How Businesses are Leveraging Earth Observation Data for a Sustainable Future

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