Inmarsat CEO Rupert Pearce leads four other panel members from the company who will each participate in a separate talks throughout the four-day Satellite 2016 conference and exhibition this week in Maryland.
The company will highlight latest tech and services such as the Global Xpress worldwide constellation that was completed in December designed to provide global high-speed broadband services, Inmarsat said Monday.
“This year is a very important year for Inmarsat as we roll out services following the global ‘switch-on’ of Global Xpress,” said Pearce.
He also noted that the tech is now operational and the company aims to make a significant impact in the market within the next five years.
The Inmarsat booth would also feature other products and services including IsatPhone 2, Isathub, Cobham’s Explorer 5075GX, Aviator UAV 200, Fleet Media, BGAN HNS9211, and L-TAC, the report said.
Other Inmarsat panelists and moderators to speak in the conference are Chief Financial Officer Tony Bates, Inmarsat Global Government President Andy Start, Chief Architect Alan Howell and Government Strategy and Policy Senior Vice President Rebecca Cowen-Hirsch.