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Technology innovations to exceed Milsatcom requirements

11 - 12 March 2021 | IET London: Savoy Place

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The Milsatcom market in the UK has been growing steadily in the last couple of years, driven by changes in technologies and developments in the international space market.

According to a 2018 market report, UK’s space sector grew to almost £15 billion in 2018 with nearly 97% of all UK military activities utilising space in some way.

Milsatcoms 2021 will address the latest developments shaping the Milsatcom industry including policy updates, technology trends, infrastructure advancement and existing environment threats. It’s an excellent opportunity to network with government representatives, leading satellite providers and commercial stakeholders.

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Event format

While we are keen to ensure that Milsatcoms is held as an in-person event, please be aware that circumstances may necessitate a change to an online format. We are keeping informed of government guidance regarding business events and the number of people who can meet safely. We will communicate any changes via this website and by direct contact to registered delegates.

Any in-person event will adhere to physical distancing and other safety guidelines, as current at the date of the event.


Introducing new speakers

  • Nick Shave, Vice President, Strategic Programmes, Inmarsat Global Government

  • Neil Fraser, Director - Defence and Space Programmes, NSSLGlobal Ltd

  • Gemma Attrill, Principal Scientist, Space Environment Project Technical Authority and Space Weather Lead, Dstl

  • Serge Plattard, Deputy Director, Space Domain, UCL

  • Ian Annett, Deputy CEO for Project Delivery, UK Space Agency

  • Chris Lyon, Head of Tech & Innovation, Team Rubicon

Whats new for 2021

  • Analysing the space landscape and how is Brexit effecting UK’s space industry?

  • The path to growth and sustainability in military the satcom industry

  • Mitigating the impact of extreme weather and volatile space environment

  • Role of the private sector and consumer enterprise in supporting defence requirements

  • Hybrid threats and emerging technologies impacting satellite communications

  • Building scalable, resilient and innovative infrastructures for the 21st century milsatcoms

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Early bird rate (until 14 January 2021)
IET Member - £499
Non-member - £599
Student, Government, Military and Veterans - £199

Standard rate (from 15 January 2021)
Member - £599
Non-member - £699
  Student, Government, Military and Veterans - £300