The exhibition was attended by more than 62,000 visitors and attracted 900 exhibitors from 59 countries.
The decision follows an analysis of the market which revealed deficiencies in the quality of services by the current operators and the need to stiffen...
This move will be a key foundation stone in the digitalisation efforts of the entire East Africa region.
New cooperation builds on a longstanding partnership between two maritime technology pioneers.
MBZ-SAT, named after Sheikh Mohamed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi, is expected to be launched in 2023.
Türksat is taking advantage of reengineered modular hot-swappable ground segment equipment to bring down cost and increase capabilities.
EgSA will provide 35 units of educational satellite laboratories for engineering and science faculties in different Egyptian universities.
The first joint venture of its kind will involve the development of advanced communications, sensors, and integrated mission systems.
Entry of Hope probe into Red Planet’s orbit marks the success of Arab world’s first interplanetary mission.