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Dmitry Chernyshenko participated in the first video communication session using low-orbit domestic satellites KXan 36 Daily News

Date: September 29, 2023 Time: 07:12:03

Dmitry Chernyshenko emphasized that as part of the solution to the Government’s priority task of eliminating the digital divide, remote territories are connected and connected to backbone networks. However, in some cases, only satellite communication is the only way to communicate and transmit information when other communication networks are not available and their creation is not economically viable.

“Thanks to such national developments, by 2030 the entire territory of Russia, including the Arctic and the Far East, should be equipped with modern sources of communication. This will allow us to develop hard-to-reach territories, bringing the economy of the regions to a new level. established a connection, a year-round resort “Lagonaki” will be created, with a fund of almost 700 rooms and an annual flow of tourists and excursions of about 500 thousand people.A stable connection will provide quality and safe rest for tourists there In the future, the satellite constellation, being a direct analogue of Starlink, will be able to provide communication services in other countries of the world, “Chernyshenko said.

Remember that at the end of June, 3 of these Rassvet-1 communication devices made by Bureau 1440, which is part of ICS Holding, were launched into orbit from the Vostochny cosmodrome. During the communication session, the subscribers used KVADRA_T tablets with the kvadraOS operating system, created and manufactured by YADRO.

According to the Ministry of Digital Development, starting in 2025, it is planned to launch between 10 and 12 rockets a year, each of which can accommodate about 15 satellites. By 2035, more than 900 domestic low-orbit satellites are planned to be created and put into orbit. The development of a constellation of low-orbit spacecraft will provide uniform broadband data transmission coverage even in hard-to-reach places, and will also drive the development of new generations of communications.

“Our goal is to launch satellite broadband Internet access service into commercial operation in 2027. Starting in 2025, it is planned to launch 10 to 12 rockets into orbit per year, each of which can hold about 15 satellites. By 2035, BURO 1440 plans to create and launch more than 900 of its own low-orbit satellites into orbit. At the same time, we are building mass-series production and deploying a terrestrial telecommunications segment,” said Alexey Shelobkov, CEO of BUREAU 1440.

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