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26 November 2014 | IET Birmingham: Austin Court, UK




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.

Join key names in the satellite industry on 26 November to hear the very latest research and development trends in security and efficiency for satellite communications.


The event will:

  • Showcase new industrial, academic and government research, with a strong emphasis on scientific and technical presentations, and bring the satellite industry together for debate and discussion
  • Examine future challenges of providing secure and efficient satellite communications
  • Promote active research and development in industry and academia


A key part of the day is our focus on your work. Are you an early stage academic or industry researcher?


If so, make the most of this unique opportunity to share your research work by having a poster displayed alongside the seminar sessions. Find out how to submit your abstract.


Find out more about the seminar.

  • 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



Find out about registration.

A selection of our confirmed speakers:

  • 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


View the programme and speakers.


This event can count towards CPD requirements. You'll earn six hours of CPD.

To keep your CPD records up to date ask in advance for an attendance certificate.


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