“GVF’s Unique Approach for Raising Awareness” Alexandre Vallet
In this time of celebration of the 25th anniversary of GVF, I want to highlight first and foremost the unique approach of GVF for raising awareness of the various benefits brought by satellite systems in our daily lives.
Where other organizations essentially focuses on disseminating information about satellite applications, GVF aims at spreading knowledge, building capacity and facilitating access to satellite-based solutions, notably through its well-known set of training and certification programs that have become over the years references across the entire satellite ecosystem.
This approach benefits both the satellite industry and the global telecommunications sector by ensuring that the best satellite offerings can be chosen and implemented by more and more entities worldwide, thus providing an essential contribution to build truly universal connectivity.
Happy 25th anniversary to GVF!
Alexandre Vallet, Chief of the Space Services Department in the Radiocommunication Bureau of the International Telecommunication Union (ITU)
Alexandre Vallet is the current Chief of the Space Services Department in the Radiocommunication Bureau of the International Telecommunication Union (ITU), since November 2017. As such, he leads the team responsible for the maintenance of the international registry of satellite radio frequencies, which allows all countries around the world to coordinate their use in order to avoid radio interference in outer space.
Alexandre began to work in 2000 in the R&D center of Orange dealing with communications satellites. In 2006, he joined the satellite operator Eutelsat where he was in charge of regulatory matters. From 2007 to 2017, he was the Head of the Regulatory affairs and Spectrum/Orbit Resources Department at the French Agency in charge of radio spectrum management (Agence Nationale des Fréquences – ANFR).