GRC VSAT interview – David Hartshorn – The Spectrum Fight
GRC are looking forward to hearing David Hartshorn’s (Secretary General Global VSAT Forum) talk on the Spectrum fight.
In a recent interview, David spoke passionately about the increased regulation and governance of type approved antenna systems and control of allowing non satellite companies to use spectrum space that has historically been used for satellite and bands that will be in the future. This type of work is of paramount importance to secure a satellite industry for the future.
The GVF have been operating for the last 17 years as a voice of the satellite industry.
Come and listen to David’s full talk on the subject at VSAT 2015, London Royal Garden Hotel 16-18th September.
About David Hartshorn Secretary General GVF
Mr. Hartshorn leads the Forum’s efforts to facilitate the provision of satellite-based communications solutions throughout all nations of the world. In particular, Mr. Hartshorn works closely to support national-, regional- and global-level policy makers as they formulate state-of-the-art satellite regulatory frameworks.
He is also responsible for creating greater awareness of the commercial, economic, political and technological advantages that satellite-based communications provide.
Mr. Hartshorn also currently serves on various public and private-sector advisory boards, committees, working groups, and project teams where he is involved in facilitating satellite-enabled disaster preparedness, community engagement, financially sustainable business, health, education and more. He is an ex-officio member of the Board of Directors of the Society of Satellite Professionals International, and is Founder of its UK Chapter.
Mr. Hartshorn has worked in the satellite communications industry for more than 20 years, serving in sales, business development, publishing, and association offices based in North and Southeast Asia, North America and Western Europe. He has been published in hundreds of editions of magazines and newsletters, and has spoken and chaired at conferences and seminars in every major region of the world.