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Douglas, Isle of Man, 21st February 2019 – The Satcoms Innovation Group is partnering with Airbus to host its annual workshop on 26th-27th March 2019. Situated at Airbus Defence and Space in Portsmouth, the workshop will cover a number of prime topics from within the satellite industry.
 
This is the first SIG annual workshop since the group’s focus has widened to supporting satellite innovation as a whole. Due to the wider remit this year’s workshop will cover a diverse range of subjects, although discussions around interference are necessary and remain firmly on the SIG agenda. Industry professionals will explore themes such as ‘Trends & Technologies in RF Distribution & its role in Mitigating Interference’, ‘Space Traffic Management’, the LEO Conundrum and ‘Using Drones to monitor RFI & Antenna Approval’. 
 
The workshop will look to further satellite industry relations and promote dialogue within the sector. Attendees are set to include individuals from various sectors which are impacted by satellite productivity, including military, cyber security and satellite communications.  

“The SIG workshops are incredibly valuable in that they bring members of our industry together to discuss important issues. This encourages innovative solutions and creates an opportunity for our members to showcase their latest strategies and developments. Collaborating with Airbus gives us not only experienced and knowledgeable speakers, but a brilliant chance to tour their Portsmouth facilities.”

Martin Coleman

Executive Director, SIG

Registration is free to SIG members. To see the full agenda and to complete your registration visit the Airbus registration page.

About the Satcoms Innovation Group
With an era of new requirements upon us, such as request fulfilment and incident management, the Satcoms Innovation Group (SIG) aims to promote innovation in the satellite communication industry to improve operational efficiency and reduce impact, saving time and money. As an open forum to generate innovative thinking, it enables the industry to come together and discuss current challenges. This helps manufacturers and service providers to deliver innovations and solutions that respond more precisely to those challenges. Those solutions will then be promoted through SIG channels, including events, website, social media, and in discussions with SIG’s industry network. For more information, please visit http://satig.space
 
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