GGPEN webinar to present economic benefits of ANGOSAT-2 satellite

The Management Office of the National Space Program (GGPEN), an organ assigned to the Angolan Ministry of Telecommunications, Information Technologies and Social Communication (MINTTICS), will hold a webinar this Friday, January 29, on "ANGOSAT-2: economic benefits for improving people's lives".

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ANGOSAT Webinar

The Management Office of the National Space Program (GGPEN), an organ assigned to the Angolan Ministry of Telecommunications, Information Technologies and Social Communication (MINTTICS), will hold a webinar this Friday, January 29, on “ANGOSAT-2: economic benefits for improving people’s lives”.

The webinar, which will start at 9:30 am, will be attended by the Secretary of State for Telecommunications and Information Technologies, Mário Augusto Oliveira, who will present the overview of the National Space Program (PEN).

In turn, the National Director of Telecommunications and Information Technologies, Matias Manuel Borges, will present the panel “ANGOSAT-2: benefits for improving the lives of the populations”.

The panels “ANGOSAT-2: current evolution of the project”; “The current state of ANGOSAT-2” and “Observation Satellite: presentation of Geolab in the military component and migratory movement”, will be under the responsibility of GGPEN’s general director, Zolana João.

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The webinar will also have space to answer questions that may arise during the presentations.

The event will be transmitted through the digital platforms of the Centro de Imprensa Aníbal de Melo (CIAM): Facebook and Youtube.

ANGOSAT Project
ANGOSAT is the name of a project that is an integral part of the National Space Program (PEN), with the main focus on ensuring the construction, launch and operation of Angolan geostationary satellites, which provide opportunities for expansion of satellite communication services (Internet), radio, telephony and television broadcasting), all over the national territory and provide revenue collection.

To be launched in 2022, ANGOSAT-2 will cover all of Africa and part of Europe. Its construction started on April 24, 2018, to offset the investment made in the construction of ANGOSAT-1, in orbit since December 2017, but with no signal, until the present date.

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