Participant Representatives of the Centre Were Invited to Attend the 5th China International Satellite Service Business Matching

2018-06-15  Share

On June 15th, the 5th China International Satellite Service Business Matching was held at China National Conference Center in Beijing. The conference was co-organized by International Alliance of Satellite Application Service, China Association of Remote Sensing Application, and GNSS and LBS Association of China. Nearly three hundred (300) representatives from twelve (12) countries were in presence. Twenty (20) participant representatives of the Centre were also invited to attend the conference, among whom three (3) participants from Venezuela, Nigeria and Bangladesh made keynote speeches during the conference.






In the theme of “Connecting countries along the ‘Belt and Road’, realizing China satellite service globally ”, the conference consisted of three (3) parts: aerospace keynote speeches, commercial information exchange, and space talks. All conference attendees discussed lively on the topics of  satellite application, trade talks and global services, sharing experiences and exploring together the ways to success.

During the keynote speech - user cases sharing and demand docking, three (3) participants of the Centre,  BURGUILLOS FAJARDO CARLOS ALBERTO from Venezuela, AHMED WASIU AKANDE from Nigeria and SM SUJAUDDIN PATHAN SHIBLEE from Bangladesh made related reports. They explained in details their understanding of Chinese satellite application service, as well as the development and actual needs in space technology application in their own country. The discussion was heated and the reports were highly appreciated by the participants.








International Alliance of Satellite Application Service (ASAS) is an open, non-governmental, non-profit, cross-industrial institute which is formed voluntarily by outstanding enterprises, scientific research institutions, schools and individuals.  ASAS works independently under the guidance of China High-tech Industrialization Association (CHIA). Aiming at promoting China’s global satellite service, ASAS has set the following goals: establish a platform for international cooperation, communication and trading, based on the construction of Belt and Road initiative and the trend of the international market; provide service and information to domestic enterprises for their overseas development and rights & interests; assist affiliates and partners to undertake overseas satellite service projects; promote the overseas construction of satellite ground facilities and the operations of satellite service business through joint efforts; bring in advanced technologies, products and operating experience from abroad to bring value and cooperation opportunities for affiliates, partners and customers.

As one of the cooperation partners of the Centre, the ASAS has held several Satellite Application short training programs jointly with the Centre, which profited a large number of participants and helped to increase the influence of  China’s space science achievements in the world stage.