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Beyond Limits - The iSAT Africa Adventure

Get ready to push the boundaries of innovation and embark on an extraordinary journey that transcends limits. We are delighted to extend an exclusive invitation to you for Beyond Limits: The iSAT Africa Adventure. This exclusive gathering, tailored for industry leaders like yourself, promises an immersive experience filled with inspiration, discovery, and the opportunity to network with fellow visionaries.

We are thrilled to announce that this pioneering event will be graced by the presence of senior representatives from OneWeb. This partnership presents an incredible opportunity to delve into the groundbreaking realm of Low Earth Orbit (LEO) satellites. With their expertise, we'll illuminate how these technological marvels are primed to reshape global connectivity, paving the way for advancements that were once only imagined. Join us as we embark on a voyage of discovery, exploring the transformative potential of LEO satellites in bridging digital divides, driving innovation, and truly changing the world.

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Fibre like connectivity from space

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The Venue - Oserengoni Wildlife Sanctuary

Around 2.5 hours from Nairobi, Chui Lodge in Oserengoni Wildlife Sanctuary is a 18,000 acre, flora and fauna paradise. It is home to a diversity of wildlife that includes Leopards, Grevy’s Zebra, Masai Giraffe, Bat-eared fox, Buffalo, Hyena, Aardvark and many other plains game and a host of exotic birds.

 

By staying here one can enjoy the magic of Africa right at your doorstep. You can visit their website on https://www.oseriantwolakes.com/chui-lodge

The Agenda

26TH JULY - ARRIVAL
Arrival and Welcome

Arrival of Overseas Participants at JKIA - Nairobi

Drive from Nairobi to Oserengoni Wildlife Sanctuary (local and foreign participants)

Check-in and Registration at the Venue Welcome Refreshments / Dinner and Networking


27TH JULY - UNLEASHING INNOVATION
Morning Session (Commencing at 9 am post breakfast):

Opening Ceremony and Introduction to the iSAT Offshore Expedition Keynote Address: Unleashing the Potential of LEO Satellite Services

Refreshments and Networking

Mid-Morning Session:

Exploring Use Cases: Transforming Industries with Innovative Satellite Solutions Advantage LEO over legacy systems

Oneweb network structure & service delivery - End to End solution Technology comparison : Competitive or complementary

Connectivity and Digital Products : for LAN, Maritime and Aviation Roadmap

Address by Leadership team from OneWeb

 

Afternoon Session (After a working lunch)

Case Studies: Leo in Action (Enterprise, Cellular backhaul , rural connectivity Government sand Defence, Oil and Gas,Mining etc.)

Refreshments and Networking

 

Late Afternoon Session

Panel Discussion: Charting the Future of Satellite Technology and Beyond Panel Discussion: Can we avoid or delay disruption in this sector?

A Business case

Q&A Session and Closing Remarks

Cultural Event and Gala Dinner

 
28TH JULY - ADVENTURE AT LAKE NAKURU

Full-Day Event at Lake Nakuru National Park

Guided Safari Drive after breakfast

Wildlife and Nature Photography Opportunities Lunch amidst Scenic Surroundings

Drinks and Dinner


29TH JULY - ADVENTURE IN LAKE NAIVASHA
Departure and further adventures

Breakfast and Check-out

(For Participants Staying Back): A trip to Lake Naivasha accompanied with Lunch

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About Lake Nakuru National Park

Lake Nakuru National Park, located in Kenya's Rift Valley Province, is an ecological haven famed for its rich wildlife and stunning landscapes. The park centers around the alkaline Lake Nakuru, famous for attracting vast numbers of flamingos that blanket the lake's surface in a vibrant pink. Beyond its birdlife, the park is a sanctuary for both black and white rhinos, hosts a diverse array of other wildlife like lions, leopards, and Rothschild's giraffes, and offers a plethora of activities for visitors, including game drives, bird watching, and guided nature walks.

 

Lake Nakuru National Park is not only a tourist attraction but also a crucial conservation area in Africa.

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About Lake Naivasha

Lake Naivasha, situated in Kenya's Great Rift Valley, is a beautiful freshwater lake known for its diverse birdlife and large hippo population. The lake is surrounded by a rich tapestry of forests, wetlands, and grasslands, providing habitats for a wide variety of wildlife. Its serene environment, combined with activities like bird watching, boat tours, and visits to nearby wildlife parks, makes Lake Naivasha a popular destination for nature enthusiasts and tourists.

Registration

REGISTRATION FORM (for invitees only)

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Location

The Location

The Weather

You should prepare for cool and mild weather conditions. During this time of the year, the region experiences its winter season. Days are typically pleasant with temperatures ranging from around 15 to 25 degrees Celsius (59 to 77 degrees Fahrenheit). However, it is advisable to carry layered clothing as temperatures can drop in the evenings and early mornings, reaching lows of around 10 degrees Celsius (50 degrees Fahrenheit). It is also important to pack sunscreen, a hat, and sunglasses to protect against the sun's rays during the day. Additionally, if you love going on long rambling walks, it is recommended to bring sturdy footwear for exploring the diverse terrain around you.

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