OHB CEO Marco Fuchs discusses Arianespace’s reorganization and the role of small shareholders, Germany’s role in Europe’s Vega rocket and the upcoming European Commission and European Space Agency decisions.
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Profile | Roberto Battiston, President, Italian Space Agency
Battiston said the Thales concerns were legitimate, but overblown. He outlined Italy’s position going into the ministerial conference, and the status of Cosmo-SkyMed.
Profile | Philip Slack, President, International Launch Services
The past year has been rough for commercial launch services provider International Launch Services.
Profile | Guy Thomas, Co-founder, C-SIGMA
By the end of 2014, Orbcomm and exactEarth will have separate constellations of satellites in orbit offering satellite-based AIS data on global shipping fleets.
Profile | Stephen Spengler, President and Chief commercial officer, Intelsat
Revenue growth among the biggest FSS fleet operators has slowed in the past couple of years, raising the question of whether the glory days are over.
Profile | Alexander Seliverstov, General Director, Khrunichev State Research and Production Space Center
The Proton had been rebounding from a series of launch anomalies that already had forced up commercial Proton insurance rates and caused anxiety in a global market.
Profile | Pradman P. Kaul, President, Hughes Network Systems
Hughes and ViaSat are battling for market share against DSL.
Profile | David Williams, President, European Space Agency Council; Chief Executive, U.K. Space Agency
David Williams will arrive for ESA’s program and budget meeting leading the U.K.’s space agency, president of the ESA Council at the agency level, and soon to be group executive for information sciences at Australia’s Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organization.
Gustavo Silbert, President, Star One
Latin America’s largest satellite fleet operator, the Embratel-owned Star One, is warning that the gold rush mentality of some satellite owners is at risk of causing a repeat of the bandwidth overcapacity and price collapse that stigmatized the market in 2003.
Profile: Toru Yunoki, Deputy General Manager, Civil and Commercial Space, Mitsubishi Electric Corp.
For Japan’s principal satellite manufacturer, Mitsubishi Electric Corp. (Melco), 2011 looks to be the breakthrough year in the commercial market.