Satcoms Innovation Group Announced details for 2023 SIG Workshop

The Satcoms Innovation Group (SIG) has announced details for its upcoming 2023 SIG Workshop and SIG Awards, which will be hosted in Washinton D.C in partnership with Intelsat. The workshop brings together people working at the operational level of satellite communications to discuss current and future challenges.
The 2023 SIG Workshop agenda will bring together industry professionals to discuss topical themes such as flat panel antennas, LEO constellations, Interference, Cloud enabled satellite and 5G. It will deliver a range of presentations and enable discussions detailing the latest innovations, the challenges and the opportunities facing the satellite industry.
The SIG awards celebrate the impressive contributions that companies, individuals, and educational institutions have made to help the satellite communications industry over the last year. Last year’s winners were Micro-Ant, Spaceport Cornwall, Kacific Broadbad Satellites Ltd, GuarantCo Ltd and Joakim Espeland, CEO of QuadSAT.  
Helen Weedon, Managing Director, SIG, commented:Enabling operators and industry experts to come together and openly discuss the operational challenges they face is crucial to the future of satellite innovation. SIG workshops give members the opportunity to ask important questions, share concerns and explore possible solutions for the sector.
Angela Wheeler, Director, Network operation, Intelsat added: “We are delighted to be hosting the next SIG Worksop at our headquarters in Washington D.C. The Satcom Innovation Group plays an important part in our rapidly evolving industry and it is incredibly important to facilitate discussions among members and experts. Intelsat is pleased to be supporting the upcoming workshop. 

2023 SIG Workshop

The 2023 SIG Workshop will be held as a hybrid event. In-person in Washington D.C, and virtually between 16th – 17th of March 2023. To register, visit the SIG events page. 
The 2023 SIG Award nominations are now open. View the categories