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Join us for this exclusive session and gain unique insights on meeting evolving demand with the digitalization of the maritime industry today.  The panel will be discussing challenges in delivering tailored solutions to end-users, and presenting an innovative portfolio of flexible satellite connectivity solutions to meet new demand.

You’ll learn about:

  • Flexible solutions for diverse sea-based operations
  • Extensive coverage, no matter how remote the voyage or operation
  • Dynamic service plans evolving with your needs


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      Sean MOLONEY - Managing Director

Sean has more than 30 year's experience at the top of the international maritime publishing field. His long and varied career has included nine years as Political Editor of Lloyd's List prior to becoming Publishing Director of Informa's Maritime Magazine division, which he followed by setting up his own maritime publishing and public relations business, Elaborate Communications. 
He is Editorial Director of the shipping industry's leading owning and management magazine Ship Management International and is a regular visitor and contributor at global maritime conferences and events. Sean is also co-founder and owner of London International Shipping Week and is a Shipwight and Master Mariner. 

  Knut FJELLHEIM - CTIO Head of Research & Development Department -  TELENOR MARITIME

Knut is one of the founders of the global leading maritime communication company MCP (now Telenor Maritime, 100% owned by Telenor from 2006). He has more than 20 years’ experience within the technical mobile and data communication industry and is now leading the 3rd wave of digital innovation.
To be in front and ahead of new technology Knut needed to grow  the business according to TM company strategies and objectives,  creating new business opportunities by maintaining and expand international contact network. He also leads the R&D department, and is part of the management team.


  Andrew FAIOLA - Head of Mobility Market Development  

Andrew is currently Head of Mobility Market Development at ST Engineering iDirect, where he leads a team responsible for the company’s strategy for aviation, maritime, and land mobile. Previously, Andrew spent over 15 years at Intelsat, one of the world’s leading satellite network operators, in a number of different direct account management and leadership positions, most recently leading the Mobility Solutions sales team for Europe, Middle East, and Asia. He also held various sales and marketing roles at NewSkies Satellites, and at an independent teleport in the USA called ESATEL Communications. Earlier in his career he performed research and project development work at the Center for Strategic & International Studies (CSIS), the Embassy of Mexico in Washington, DC, and at NASA, which involved the provision of Internet service and remote sensing for environmental purposes.
Andrew holds a BA in Economics from Washington University in St. Louis, and an MA in International Affairs from The George Washington University in Washington, DC.


  Pierre Jean BEYLIER - Managing the Connectivity Business Line

Pierre -Jean (“PJ”) Beylier manages the Connectivity Business Line at Eutelsat and is driving the transformation of the business into services. With extensive experience  in the satellite service provider  industryPJ was the Chief Executive Officer of SpeedCast from 2004 to 2019 and was instrumental tin building Speedcast to a global leadership position in the remote communications and IT services sector. PJ also spearheaded the Group’s M&A efforts that have resulted in sixteen acquisitions over 8 years. Following a Management Buy-Out in September 2012, he successfully took the company public in 2014 on the Australian Stock Exchange.  PJ graduated from Lyon School of Management and received an MBA from the University of Southern California.