To support the wide range of existing and emerging applications, and in the face of spectral scarcity and modern challenges, users require that satellite connectivity is efficient and secure. The rapid growth of technology has led to soaring demand worldwide, especially from users and applications that cannot benefit from continual terrestrial connection.
This seminar will examine the challenges of providing a secure and efficient service and consider some of the solutions being developed.
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- Anyone interested in modern satellite communications, from students to CTOs
- Satellite industry technical leads and managers
- Academics and researchers
- Students at various levels
- Public research and government/MoD organisations
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- Andrew Bacon, Thales Alenia Space UK Ltd
- Martin Coleman, The Satellite Interference Reduction Group (IRG)
- Dr Haitham Cruickshank, University of Surrey
- Dr Terence E. Dodgson, Airbus Defence and Space
- Prof Godred Fairhurst, University of Aberdeen
- Dr Stuart Eves, Airbus Defence and Space
- Paul Febvre, The Satellite Applications Catapult
- Nigel Fry, BBC World Service Group
- Dr Alan Howell, Inmarsat
- Talini Pinto Jaywardena, University of Bath
- Harjinder Jolly, DSTL
- Leshan Ugalla, University of South Wales
- Dr Robert Watson, University of Bath
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This event can count towards CPD requirements. You'll earn 6 hours of CPD.
To keep your CPD records up to date ask in advance for an attendance certificate.
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