MEASAT’s VP wins 2013 APSCC Lifetime Achievement Award
MEASAT has announced that Senior Vice President – Space Systems Development, Dr. Ali R. Ebadi, has been awarded the 2013 Asia-Pacific Satellite Communications Council (APSCC) Lifetime Achievement Award.
Dr. Ali was presented with the award at a Ceremony held on 24 September, in Hong Kong. The award recognised his achievements as a world renowned satellite expert, a pioneer of Malaysian satellite industry and a key contributor to the International Telecommunication Union (ITU).
“I am very honoured to receive this prestigious award from APSCC,” said Dr. Ali. “It has been my privilege to serve the satellite industry and I look forward to its continued success.”
APSCC is an international organization representing all sectors of satellite and space-industries of the Asia-Pacific region and aims to promote communications and broadcasting via satellite in this region. As one of these activities, APSCC recognises individuals whose contributions and achievements have been deemed exceptional by the satellite industry and the Awards Selection Committee, consisting of industry experts.