December 16, 2021 – Volume 18 – No. 3

Conference: March 21-24, 2022 | Exhibition: March 22-24, 2022
Walter E. Washington Convention Center | Washington, DC
Let us help you plan your trip!

Mark Holmes
Editorial Director, Via Satellite

It’s hard to believe that December is right around the corner, and we’ll soon be engrossed in holiday celebrations, vacations and quality time with loved ones.  Before you’re caught up in buying gifts, planning out menus, and putting up decorations, don’t forget to plan your trip to SATELLITE 2022! Major changes are happening in the industry already, with many companies planning milestones for 2022.  Coupled with the Early Bird pricing ending on December 16, now is the time to take action.

Here are some ways you can prepare for SATELLITE 2022.

Register for SATELLITE! This year we have three options to fit your specific needs: the Executive All-Access Pass, a… Read More

Conference News

With over 100 speakers confirmed for the SATELLITE 2022 conference program, we are well on the way to rounding out our exciting schedule! See the panels below for a preview of the already excellent lineup:

Satellite Operators: Building Connectivity Services Imperium

Produced in partnership with Euroconsult, this satellite operators executive panel will feature speakers…

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Exhibition News

Looking to lead the presentation of your choice, featuring the speakers of your choice at SATELLITE 2022? Several Partner Session slots in the SATELLITE Unveiled Theater are still available, but time is quickly running out to promote your presentation pre-show to thousands of web site visitors planning their SATELLITE 2022 experience. Partner Sessions…

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Health + Safety

We appreciate your support of this event and want to ensure you have a safe and healthy experience while onsite. We are working with the Walter E. Washington Convention Center, partner hotels, and our supporting vendors to create a safety plan and protocols. Click here to visit our website and find what we're doing to ensure your safety.

Only Days Left to Save!

The satellite industry represents $370 billion and is growing at warp speed, which is why companies like Amazon, John Deere, Facebook, Delta Airlines, Carnival Cruise, and ExxonMobil are sending their teams to SATELLITE.

Early Bird rates expire this Thursday, Dec. 16, register now to pay nothing! Or, to access the critical information in conference sessions, take advantage of current savings and choose an Executive All-Access or Track Pass.

Select the registration package that fits your needs!

  • The Executive All-Access Pass is our most popular conference pass. Simply put, you’ll gain access to all conference sessions and networking opportunities! Includes access to:
    • Finance Forum: SATELLITE 2022 opens with a series of discussions about how both private and public commercial satellite industry investors are shaping the competitive landscape and driving innovation. Lead by prominent industry thought leaders, these sessions explore the rapid growth of private capital being injected into space, how new space startups are accelerating long-term plans through public offerings, financial analysts’ views on the short- and long-term health of the commercial space market, and much more. Produced in Partnership with Northern Sky Research (NSR)
    • Executive Forum: A chance for attendees to gain the C-suite perspective on the satellite industry, the Executive Forum gathers leaders from each of the industry’s major sectors – operators, launchers, manufacturers, ground systems developers, and subcontractors – to outline the greatest challenges and opportunities facing satellite operators today and in the future. These sessions also provide a chance for attendees to learn how the industry’s leading companies plan to expand their business and reach new markets. Produced in Partnership with Euroconsult and the EMEA Satellite Operators Association (ESOA)
  • Can’t attend every session but want access to the ones that interest you the most? Purchase a Track Pass and get access to your track’s content!
    1. Government & Military Track Pass: Pass holders enjoy access to both the Geo-Intelligence Workshop and the Government & Military Forum sessions. The Geo-Intelligence workshop is composed of four sessions focusing exclusively on the development of new satellite imagery and sensing data applications for decision-making end-users in both the public and private sectors. The Government & Military Forum gives attendees invaluable access to the latest perspectives on ensuring national security, protecting the warfighter, and sharing life-saving intelligence from space, as well as the need for responsible and effective space policy. Produced in Partnership with the Satellite Industry Association (SIA)
    2. LEO & Smallsat Track Pass: Pass holders will gain access to LEO & Smallsat Forum sessions focusing on new business opportunities for the small, cube, and nanosatellite technology industries. Attendees will learn why small satellites have become today’s most dominant commercial space technology, with increasing power and capability at continuously decreasing costs. Sessions will also address the market for global connectivity constellations, component manufacturers, small satellite launch specialists, and space-as-a-service providers.
    3. Tech Track Pass: Designed for attendees who are more interested in learning about the technical specifics of satellite services as opposed to business opportunities, Tech Forum sessions provide deep-dives into the latest research and development driving the evolution of space technology. Attendees will learn about developments in computing, power consumption, automation, robotics, propulsion, ground-based systems, interference prevention, standards, and cybersecurity. Produced in partnership with the World Teleport Association (WTA) and GVF.
  • Focused on meeting with companies in the exhibition? The Exhibit Hall Pass is for you! But you’ll also get much more, like networking opportunities with attendees and exhibitors – check it out below!


Executive All–Access PassTrack PassExhibit Hall Pass
Loyalty Rate Through October 6$2199$999FREE
Early Bird Rate October 7 – December 16$2499$1199FREE
Advance Rate December 17 - March 18$2799$1399$99
Onsite Rate March 18 - March 24$2999$1499$199
Government/Military Rate$1499$899No Discount


Executive All-Access PassTrack PassExhibit Hall Pass
Digital Platform Networking with Attendees & Exhibitors
Executive Forum
Finance Forum
Track Sessions – Government/Military – LEO & Smallsat – TechSessions in the respective track
Inclusive Innovation Sessions
Closing Sessions
General Sessions
Welcome Reception (March 21)
Exhibit Hall (March 21-24)
Unveiled Theater (March 21-24)

Networking Opportunities

SGx Pass – Young Professional (must be a YP or student under the age of 35)Early Bird: $35 Regular: $45
SGx PassEarly Bird: $125 Regular: $145
WTA Teleport Awards Luncheon$60
MSUA Mobility Satellite Innovation AwardsMembers $200 Non-members: $300

Ways to Register

  1. Register now online.
  2. Fill out the Attendee Registration PDF and email it to Please note that all wire transfers and foreign currencies subjected to a $75 USD processing fee.

Send Your Team to SATELLITE

Groups registering 5 or more people for Executive All-Access or Track Passes receive 20% off the published rate! Discount does not apply to Exhibit Hall passes and Add-On Items. Interested? Email Melissa at

Terms & Conditions

CANCELLATION/REFUND POLICY – The cancellation deadline is January 14, 2022. All cancellations must be made in writing. No refunds will be given, any cancelled registrations will be credited towards the next year’s event. Non-payment or non-attendance does not constitute cancellation. If for any reason Access Intelligence decides to cancel or postpone this conference, Access Intelligence is not responsible for covering airfare and other travel costs incurred by the clients. Substitutions are allowed and must be made in writing. Please send all requests to In light of the COVID-19 pandemic and because our SATELLITE participants’ health and well-being is our most important priority, the Event is working closely with the Walter E. Washington Convention Center and our other event partners on developing and implementing health and safety measures, and biosafety best practices for the Event. However, since each individual’s health and safety needs and concerns may differ, we strongly recommend that each participant carefully evaluate their personal health needs and concerns before registering for and/or attending the Event in-person. Your attendance at the event is completely voluntary. As such, your attendance is at your own risk, and you voluntarily assume any and all risks and hazards, including without limitation, personal injury, illness, or otherwise, and hereby release the Event and Access Intelligence, LLC and its officers, employees, partners, contractors and vendors of any liability related to your attendance. SUBSTITUTION/REPRINT POLICY Registrations can be altered and edited up until the badge is printed. Access Intelligence recognizes the information in the registration system, NOT the confirmation e-mail, as the most current and valid information. Substitutions may be made at any time for the confirmed registrants of SATELLITE 2022; however printed badges are non-transferable once collected at the event. Notice of substitution must be made in writing by the original registrant to or SATELLITE 2022, Attn: Registration, 9211 Corporate Blvd., 4th Floor, Rockville, MD, 20850. There will be a $25 charge for badge reprints onsite. AGE POLICY No one under the age of 18 is permitted to register for or attend SATELLITE 2022.

Industry News

Scottish Space Sector Talks Growth Strategies at the Ignite Space Conference

Scottish space industry leaders gathered at the Ignite Space conference in Edinburgh on Thursday, to discuss opportunities to build off of Scotland’s new national space strategy, which was released last month following the United Kingdom's strategy. The event was put… READ MORE

Industry News

US Government Calls Russian Anti-Satellite Test ‘Reckless’

Russia conducted a Direct-Ascent Anti-Satellite (DA-ASAT) test on Monday against one of its own satellites, generating hundreds of thousands of pieces of orbital debris, the U.S. State Department confirmed. Ned Price, press secretary for the State Department, strongly condemned the test in a Monday briefing, calling… READ MORE

Industry News

Princess Cruise President Says Satellite Industry ‘Distracted’ by Bandwidth, Cost Per Megabyte

In this interview, Via Satellite talks to Padgett about his recent promotion, the role of satellites in the future of cruising, and what happens next between the relationship between the satellite industry and major cruise companies such as Carnival.