JSC Academician M.F. ReshetnevInformation Satellite Systems

ISS-Reshetnev Company showcases in China

Information Satellite Systems – Reshetnev Company is participating in the 16th International aviation and space exhibition Aviation Expo China 2015 which is taking place in Beijing on September 16-19.

At Aviation Expo China 2015 ISS-Reshetnev Company will demonstrate its recent solutions and cutting-edge technologies applied in the process of developing and building advanced satellites.

At the heart of ISS-Reshetnev’s stand which is part of a joint exposition organized by Roscosmos, there is a full-size model of a Gonets-M satellite. Satellites of this series form the basis of the multifunctional personal satellite communications system Gonets-D1M.

Apart from that the Reshetnev Company will put on display a central structure with an innovative high-pressure xenon tank. When used in a satellite, this solution helps considerably increase performance capabilities of a satellite in orbit. The exhibition participants and visitors will also have a good opportunity to see high-precision antennas that are a vital part of any modern satellite.

Within the framework of a business schedule at Aviation Expo China 2015, ISS-Reshetnev representatives are going to hold a number of meetings with prospect customers and partners. The company’s delegates headed by Nikolay Testoyedov, General Director of ISS-Reshetnev, will take part in negotiations with a Chinese corporation CASIC to discuss the project dedicated to the development of a low-orbit communications system called The Star of Happiness.

The International exhibition Aviation Expo China takes place once every two years in Beijing. It is supported by the Ministry of Commerce of the P.R. China, Chinese Society of Aeronautics and Astronautics and other major government organizations. Aviation Expo China is a meeting platform that brings together developers and designers of aviation and space technology, manufacturers of navigation and communications equipment, representatives of civil and military aviation.