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Satellite communications prospects: a view from Khabarovsk

RSCC work schedule for 2023 and until 2030 was discussed at the meeting of the company's management with the directors of Satellite Communications Centers held in Khabarovsk.

RSCC key tasks in the current year have been defined. First of all, they include the enhancement of stability and reliability of rendered services, continuation of work in the field of technological import substitution, creation of a new fully domestic communications satellite Express-AMU4, expansion and upgrading of the ground infrastructure, participation in programs of bridging the digital divide in regions, work in the foreign markets and expansion of partnership links with customers from Africa, Asia and Latin America.

The company also plans to continue work within the framework of the Industrial Competence Center for Import Substitution in Satellite Communications, where six projects are being implemented at present.

As for RSCC development strategy until 2030, it provides for the necessity of serious upgrading of the existing orbital constellation and linking of RSCC projects with other projects within the “Sphera” program to create a single platform for rendering services to users.

The issues of the company’s scientific and technological policy, including approaches to the development of new types of equipment and engineering solutions, were addressed, as well as reports on the work of the Satellite Communications Centers were presented at the meeting.