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y for glo◆bal deployment soon, utilizing the BeiDou-2 and BeiDou-3 satellites. "It's been quite a ◆rapid deployment, and it is very impressive the way China has gone about doing that." Al◆though satellite navigation is Dempster's area of specific expertise, he is well versed i◆n space technology, and is very impressed with recent technological advances coming out o◆f China's space sector. "A couple of thiy

ngs that happened last year, the one that is of ◆particular interest to us, and is really a world first, is the Quantum communications sat◆ellite," Dempster said. "I think it may have caught some Western observers a little bit ◆by surprise that China is able toV