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Mega-Constellation Impacts on SatCom - NSR's NCAT2 Insights
Date: Wednesday, January 26th, 2022
Time: 10:00AM EST

As LEO and MEO satellite mega-constellations transform our industry, opportunities can rise or fall on the understanding of their impacts. This webinar will explore how NSR’s Non-GEO Constellations Analysis Toolkit 2.0 (NCAT2) helps to identify and understand the potential impacts of mega-constellations throughout the value chain. NSR’s NCAT2 is an assembly of analytical models that x-ray and benchmark LEO and MEO high-throughput satellite systems at architectural and business layers.

In this webinar, NSR will demonstrate key NCAT2 uses including:

NCAT2’s Analytical Framework: 15-Tool Introduction, Datasets, Configurable Inputs, Output, and Visualizations
Constellation Design Criteria: Impact of Orbits on Footprint, Latency, Latitude Reach, Handoff Rate
IP Throughput Analysis: Gbps Calculations at Beam, Satellite and Constellation Levels
Capital Cost per Mbps: Break-even Analysis Based on Replenishing Cycle, Addressability, etc.
Supply & Demand Analysis: Global, Regional, and Country-specific Assessment

Date: Wednesday, January 26th, 2022
Time: 7:00AM PT / 10:00AM ET / 4:00PM CET

Jan 26, 2022 10:00 AM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Speakers

Carlos Placido
Sr. Analyst @Northern Sky Research
Mr. Placido is an independent consultant with over twenty years of international experience in telecommunications and entertainment. Beginning his consulting work with NSR in 2007, Mr. Placido focuses on emerging technologies and satellite markets, and serves as a regional and IP applications expert on satellite communications and regularly provides his analysis and strategic assessment to NSR’s consulting practice. Carlos Placido has conducted numerous analytical and management projects, spanning from global market research studies for NSR, to strategic assessment of emerging technologies, to business development support, R&D and project management. Until 2004, he led a service development team at INTELSAT, where he was responsible for identifying and validating future satcom uses of emerging video and IP data technologies. Prior to INTELSAT, he commenced his career as a network engineer at Impsat (now Level 3) and Telecom Argentina.