6 February 2015 (Isle of Man) Telenor Satellite has become the latest member to join the Space Data Association (SDA).
SDA is an international non-profit association of satellite operators that supports the controlled, reliable and efficient sharing of space environment and RF spectrum data. Its membership comprises many of the world’s major satellite communications companies.
“The SDA plays an important role, ensuring effective sharing of data and providing technical support to its members,” commented Peter Olsen, Director Space Division, Telenor Satellite. “We look forward to participating in our role in the SDA’s vital work.”
“We are pleased to welcome Telenor Satellite as the latest member of the SDA,” commented Mark Rawlins, Chairman, Space Data Association. “We established the SDA in 2009 as we saw a need to coordinate activity and safeguard space-based infrastructure. The more we can engage with those operating in the space environment, the more effective we can be.”
About the SDA The Space Data Association Limited (SDA) is a non-profit international association of satellite operators that supports the controlled, reliable and efficient sharing of data critical to the safety and integrity of the space environment and the RF spectrum. It maintains the Space Data Center, a database of high-accuracy orbital information, which is operated by Analytical Graphics, Inc. (AGI) of Exton, PA. Established in the Isle of Man the SDA is open to all satellite operators and other participants. Membership information can be found at www.space-data.org.
Editorial Contact Telenor Satellite:
Karen Sylte Hammeren, Communications Manager