The World Radiocommunication Conference, the international treaty-making conference on radiocommunication, kicked off in Geneva on November 2, informs Xinhua News Agency.
In session from Nov. 2 to 27, the conference will review the international regulatory framework for radiocommunications and revise them as needed.
This process will take into account the rapid evolution of information and communication technologies, ensuring the global management of the radio-frequency spectrum and satellite orbits, and enabling people to live and travel safely while enjoying high performance radiocommunications.
Over 3,000 participants, representing more than 160 out of International Telecommunication Union (ITU)'s 193 members are expected to attend the conference.
"The 2015 World Radiocommunication Conference will define new and better ways to regulate radio services and applications," said ITU Secretary-General Houlin Zhao in the opening ceremony.
"In a world where radiocommunications play an increasingly important role in connecting people, I am convinced that the outcome of the conference will contribute towards making the world a better place for all," he noted.
The conference will address a number of key issues, including mobile broadband communications, emergency communications and disaster relief, monitoring the environment and climate change, unmanned aircraft and wireless avionics systems, global flight tracking for civil aviation and etc.