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The Communications, Space and Technology Commission concludes the activities of the International Non-Terrestrial Networks Forum, with an international attendance of more than 3,000 people
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The Communications, Space and Technology Commission concluded the activities of the International Forum for Non-Terrestrial Networks, which it organized in cooperation with the International Telecommunication Union in the capital, Riyadh, during the period from 8 to 10 November
2022, in the presence of a number of ministers and officials in local and international organizations and bodies, where the forum witnessed a wide turnout of those interested in communications and advanced space technologies, exceeding 3,000 people from more than 130 countries, in addition to the presence of more than 11 high-ranking officials, and 26 CEOs of a number of technology companies. .
During its three days, the forum dealt with many axes and topics specialized in providing communication services over non-terrestrial networks, through more than 15 dialogue and academic sessions, presented by the most prominent experts, specialists, researchers and academics in technology and investment, as well as representatives of manufacturers and telecom service providers, as well as regulators. At the local and international level.
In the forum, the TRA also reviewed a number of experiences it implemented to provide communication through innovative solutions from the air and space, to present unique models that contribute to the development of levels of communication services, and to enrich
The market with successful experiences and sustainable solutions, confirms its leadership in the Middle East and Africa in the communications and information technology sector, where the Kingdom’s digital economy is the fastest growing.
It is noteworthy that the TRA launched the first international forum of its kind to keep pace with the rapid changes in the provision of communications services through non-terrestrial networks and to contribute to planning and adopting the future of non-terrestrial communications at the global level by supporting research and innovation in the field of future communications networks.