JSC Academician M.F. ReshetnevInformation Satellite Systems

The development priorities of Information Satellite Systems

Academicin M.F. Reshetnev Information Satellite Systems takes part in the scientific and business program of the VII International Military-Technical Forum "ARMY-2021".

On August 26, at a round table on the implementation of priority areas of scientific and technological development of Russia, the management representatives of the ISS Company will talk about the state of affairs on the development and harmonization of the Integrated Scientific and Technical Program of the full innovative cycle "Global Information Satellite Systems". The integrated program brings together more than 60 enterprises, universities and scientific organizations and aims to develop new technologies and commercially sought-after space information services.

Moreover, the ISS Company will present new technical solutions in the field of creating spacecraft mechanical systems. Another report by its specialists will be devoted to the scientific issues of the "Marathon IoT" and "Scythian" multi-satellite communications systems development.

On the same day, the annual general meeting of the National Information Satellite System technology platform which is overseen by the Reshetnev Company will be held. The participants will sum up the results of the promising projects implementation in 2019 and 2020, as well as discuss the contribution of the technological platform to the development of personnel and scientific potential of the state’s military-industrial complex.

The comprehensive scientific and technical program of the full innovation cycle "Global Information Satellite Systems" (KNTP) is an initiative project of ISS, the Siberian branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences, the technical platform "National Information Satellite System" and Moscow Aviation Institute.

The technology platform "National Information Satellite System" (TP "NISS") was designed in 2010 and unites more than 130 organizations nowadays. TP NISS president is general director of JSC ISS Nikolay Testoyedov.