Geostationary telecommunication satellites Express-AMU3 and Express-AMU7 have been successfully commissioned at positions 103° E and 145° E respectively. They were launched into orbit from the Baikonur Cosmodrome in December 2021. Now the RSCC orbital constellation consists of 13 spacecraft.
RSCC took part in the XIV International Conference “Satellite Russia & CIS – Satellite Communications and Spacecraft in Different Orbits in the Era of Global Industry Transformation”. The event strategically partnered by Russian Satellite Communications Company was held in Moscow in a hybrid (online and offline) format.
RSCC created its official Telegram channel for company’s news and another one for SATCOMRUS conference - an international event, in which more than 400 representatives of the professional community and operators, as well as users of satellite communications and broadcasting annually take part.
On March 11, 2022 Russian Satellite Communication Company signed a quadruple cooperation agreement with Don State Technical University (DSTU), Agricultural Research Center “Donskoy” and “Mediapark South Region - DSTU” Foundation. It provides cooperation in scientific, educational and practical work. This will contribute to implement modern digital technologies and satellite communications into the agricultural sector, transport and logistics, overcome the digital divide and provide people with access to modern communications tools.
Already 400 vessels have joined the RSCC VSAT "marine network" and were able to use full-fledged high-speed satellite communications. The company's services are now used on 373 sea-going and river ships, as well as 27 ice-class ones, including 12 icebreakers.
Under the new pilot Project-100 program launched at the end of 2021, specialists of the Russian Satellite Communications Company, together with regional telecom operators, have provided satellite Internet access to four more villages in the Central Federal District – in the Tver and Yaroslavl regions.
Alexey Volin, General Director of Russian Satellite Communications Company (RSCC), and Evgeny Buydinov, RSCC Deputy General Director for Communications Systems Development and Operation, took part in the round table organized by Don State Technical University (DSTU) and held in Rostov-on-Don on November 22.
Evgeny Buydinov, Deputy General Director of Russian Satellite Communications Company (RSCC), told the audience about the capabilities of the RSCC constellation for television broadcasting in Argentina, tackling the issues of digital devide in region, developing communications on sea vessels, and advancing unmanned navigation.
The SATCOMRUS-2021 international conference was held on October 7-8 in Kaliningrad. The event was dedicated to satellite communications as one of the most important elements forging a digital society.
Attendees of SATCOMRUS 2021, the XXVI international conference of operators and users of satellite communications and broadcasting network in the Russian Federation, have discussed the issues of using satellite communications for the digital transformation of the economy and society.
Top management of the Russian Satellite Communications Company (RSCC) have toured RSCC branches, specifically, Satellite Communications Centers Zheleznogorsk SCC and Khabarovsk SCC. They also visited the ISS Reshetnev Company JSC. August-September 2021
Russian Satellite Communications Company (RSCC) took part in the NEVA 2021 international exhibition and outlined the prospects for providing ships with up-to-date communication and television services.
The Russian Satellite Communications Company (RSCC) and an international service provider Hunter Communications have put in place communication channels to monitor the earth's seismic activity. High-precision seismometers are installed in a number of regions of Yakutia, transmitting data via the Express-AM5 communications and broadcasting satellite located in geostationary orbit at 140° E.
On 16 September, satellite communications and Internet access became available to residents of another four villages in the Arctic zone of Yakutia. Representatives of the government of the Republic of Sakha (Yakutia), Russian Satellite Communications Company (RSCC), and operator ArcticTelecom JSC attended the ‘switch-on’ ceremony, which was held online.