2017 Satellite Innovation Symposium 

2017 Satellite Innovation Symposium 
The Computer History Museum in Mountain View, California. Wikimedia Commons photo by Carl Claunch.

Rapidly evolving technology coupled with mergers and acquisitions are changing satellite market dynamics at an accelerating pace. The 2017 Satellite Innovation Symposium aims to pinpoint key imminent market changes that will become obvious in years to come. While infrastructure and capital status have dominated for decades, key innovations will continue to cause major disruptions to the established marketplace.  What innovations will define the satellite communications industry going forward?

Rapidly evolving technology coupled with mergers and acquisitions are changing satellite market dynamics at an accelerating pace. The 2017 Satellite Innovation Symposium aims to pinpoint key imminent market changes that will become obvious in years to come. While infrastructure and capital status have dominated for decades, key innovations will continue to cause major disruptions to the established marketplace.  What innovations will define the satellite communications industry going forward?

The 2017 Satellite Innovation Symposium will be held Oct 2-3, at the Computer History Museum in Mountain View. The Computer History Museum is a nonprofit organization with a four-decade history as the world’s leading institution exploring the history of computing and its ongoing impact on society.

The event will include sessions on a variety of topics including:
• Cyber Security – Guarding Future Satellite Systems
• Satellite Operator Challenges
• Satellite Constellations – the New Roles of LEO & MEO
• Ground-Based Ecosystems of the Future

For more on the sessions, go to
https://satelliteinnovation.com/sessions/

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