Today, as part the events marking the 15th anniversary of the Zheleznogorsk SCC, the company was visited by the Deputy Head of Rossvyaz Igor Chursin and the RSCC General Director Yuri Prokhorov. They toured the SCC and were interviewed by Russia 24 TV in Krasnoyarsk and local television in Zheleznogorsk. On the tour, they were accompanied by the enterprise director Rais Muratov and the oldest employee Alexander Danilovsky.
Khabarovsk Space Communications Center (SCC), RSCC branch, was opened in 2004. It is the largest advanced teleport in the Russian Far East. The SCC specializes in putting into place satellite communication and broadcasting channels. Its qualified staff have a unique experience in addressing most ambitious tasks in the development and operation of satellite communication and digital broadcasting systems for various sectors of the Russian economy.
Dear Colleagues! The XXIV International Conference of Operators and Users of Satellite Communication Networks of the Russian Federation SatComRus 2019 will be held on October 3, 2019 in St. Petersburg at the Central Museum of Communications. A.S. Popov.
For the first time, RSCC will open a stand at the information technology exhibition SITDEF 2019, where it will demonstrate satellite solutions to implement communications and digital broadcasting projects in Latin America.
On April 24, 2019, the Extended Meeting of Rossvyaz on the results of 2018 and work plans for 2019 was held at the Expocenter Fairgrounds Moscow. The meeting was attended by representatives of the RSCC. At the plenary part, Konstantin Noskov, Minister of Digital Development, Communications and Mass Media of the Russian Federation, and Oleg Dukhovnitsky, Head of the Federal Communications Agency, presented to the RSCC Director General Yuri Prokhorov the Presidential Certificate of appreciation for achievements in advancing satellite communications and recognizing his many years of diligent work.
On April 23, 2019, on the first day of the Svyaz-2019 exhibition of information and telecommunication technologies, the Deputy Minister of Digital Development, Communications and Mass Communications Oleg Ivanov and the Head of the Federal Communications Agency Oleg Dukhovnitsky visited RSCC stand.
From April 23 - 27, 2019, at the Russian High Technology Week 2019 hosted by the Expocentre (Red Presnya), RSCC will take part in a series of key events: the Svyaz-2019 exhibition of information and telecommunication technology, the Extended Meeting of Rossvyaz to discuss the results of 2018, the 13th International Navigation Forum, and the 23rd International Forum of the International Public Academy of Communications, and other events
A roundtable was held in the Federation Council on the theme “Development of the digital economy: the creation of a public (satellite) Internet”. The event was moderated by a member of the Federation Council Committee on Economic Policy, Alexey Dmitrienko.
As part of the 5th International Arctic Forum "The Arctic - Territory of Dialogue", which was held on April 9-10, 2019 in St. Petersburg, the Russian Satellite Communications Company (RSCC) provided uninterrupted live broadcast from the atomic icebreaker to the Rosatom state corporation’s stand at the Forum to demonstrate the automated control system of the Navigation Center for the vessels run by the Atomflot federal state unitary enterprise.
On April 11, on the eve of the Day of Cosmonautics, Viktor Lefter, Advisor to the Chairman of the Board on scientific and technological matters - Head of the Technical Council of the Republican Center for Space Communications, JSC (Republic of Kazakhstan), and Yuri Prokhorov, RSCC Director General, awarded the commemorative medals to employees of the RSCC. Bulat Seitov, Head of the Marketing and International Cooperation Department of the Republican Center for Space Communications, JSC, also participated in the ceremony.
On April 8, 2019 in Minsk, as part of the XXVI International Forum on Information and Communication Technologies "TIBO", the Russian satellite communications operator RSCC and the Belarusian manufacturing enterprise “Precise Electromechanics Factory” (“Belintersat” satellite operator) signed a cooperation agreement.
April 8, 2019, on the eve of the signing of a cooperation agreement between the Belarusian satellite operator Belintersat and the Russian operator RSCC, the Space Communications Center (Minsk) hosted talks with the participation of the Minister of Digital Development, Communications and Mass Communications of the Russian Federation Konstantin Noskov.
At the end of March, specialists from the Zheleznogorsk Space Communications Center (SCC) conducted a tour of its facilities for children and schoolchildren of the city. As part of the city Colors of Life program, a group of children from the families registered at the Municipal Budget Institution Multi-Purpose Center for Social Services of the Population and their counselors became guests of the RSCC.
From March 25 to 27, 2019, the central office of the RSCC hosted an advanced training program Corporate entrepreneurship, innovations and start-up tools for corporations. The training program had been prepared by the Graduate School of Management and Innovation of the Lomonosov Moscow State University. It was attended by the top management of the RSCC, including the Director General and his deputies, as well as the directors of the Business Development Service and the Communication Systems Development Service.
Middle East has been one of the early adopters of the satellite communications and broadcasting technologies. Rich in Oil&Gas, this region has been using SCPC and later VSAT channels for connecting numerous oil rigs, offshore sites, terrestrial oil transport and storage facilities. Various pipelines have been utilized SCADA applications to accumulate data from various sensors and metes long before evolvement of IoT. Satellite implementations have been later spread across the region for other enterprises, telco and even consumer grade solutions and applications.
An accord to this effect was signed at the CABSAT-2019 exhibition in Dubai (UAE) currently in progress. The RSCC and ChronoSat GmbH (Germany) signed an agreement on the use of more than 100 MHz of the Express-AM7 spacecraft for providing communication services in the Middle East.
Russian Satellite Communications Company (RSCC) has joined the pilot project of Maritime Unmanned Navigation (MUNIN). In this project, the company intends to provide communication services on mobile platforms using the maritime VSAT technology.
On February 26, 2019, the Deputy Minister of Digital Development, Telecommunications and Mass Communications of the Russian Federation Mikhail Mamonov visited RSCC’s booth at the 2019 Mobile World Congress in Barcelona. During the meeting with the Deputy General Director for Business Development of RSCC Ksenia Drozdova, the peculiarities of cooperation with foreign partners, the geography of presence and the activity of RSCC in the international market were discussed. On the same day, RSCC’s specialists held negotiations with representatives of Gilat and Hughes.
On February 20, Yuri Okulov, Deputy Director and Chief Engineer of the Dubna Space Communication Center (SCC), gave a lecture at the Museum of Archeology and Local History of Dubna.
For the first time Russian satellite communications company (RSCC) will present its exposition at one of the key event of the global telecom industry - Mobile World Congress (MWC) 2019, which will be held from February 25 to February 28 in Barcelona. At its booth RSCC will demonstrate cellular backhaul and other satellite based solutions for various sectors of the economy and regions of the world, including mobile operators.
On February 14, 2019, a guided tour was held at the Khabarovsk Space Communication Center (SCC) for a group of students of the Khabarovsk Municipal Autonomous Institution of Additional Education “Center for Extracurricular Activities “Planet of Growing Up”. The Khabarovsk SCC, a branch of the Russian Satellite Communications Company (RSCC), has been operating since 2004 and today it is the largest teleport in the Russian Far East.
On February 7, 2019, a regular joint RSCC / ISS Reshetnev meeting was held of the two organizations’ respective R&D Boards. Such meetings have become a tradition, and they are highly appreciated by the parties, as they provide a powerful incentive to work together on the most challenging issues of building next generation spacecraft.
On January 29-31, 2019, Moscow exhibition center Crocus Expo hosted the 21st International Exhibition and Forum CSTB-2019, one of the main events of the media and broadcast industry in Russia. At its exposition “Satellites for Digital Future”, RSCC presented innovative solutions for content delivery and broadband communication services using its own satellite constellation.