Douglas, Isle of Man, 1st October 2019 – The Satcoms Innovation Group (SIG) is partnering with WORK Microwave to host its European Workshop on 22nd -23rd October 2019 in Holzkirchen. The workshop brings together people working at the operational level of satellite communications to discuss current and future challenges.

The workshop agenda will address the role of innovation in the future of the satellite industry. Industry professionals will explore themes such as space sustainability, small satellites, and the role of satellite for IoT and 5G. It will deliver a range of presentations detailing the latest innovations as well as case studies and open discussion about the challenges facing the satellite industry. 

Martin Coleman, Executive Director of SIG commented: “Bringing operators together to discuss operational challenges and requirements is key to working harmoniously within the industry. Our workshops offer our members an opportunity to raise important questions about the industry’s future, as well as discussing, on an operational level, how to deliver solutions to the challenges being faced.”

Thomas Froehlich, CEO, WORK Microwave: “We are pleased to be hosting this important workshop at our offices. Within an increasingly faster evolving Satcom environment, it’s more important than ever to liaise with other satellite companies to ensure that state-of-the-art technologies and services can be delivered to consumers seamlessly.”

To register, visit the SIG events page.

About the Satcoms Innovation Group
With an era of new requirements upon us, such as request fulfilment and incident management, the Satcoms Innovation Group (SIG) aims to promote innovation in the satellite communication industry to improve operational efficiency and reduce impact, saving time and money. As an open forum to generate innovative thinking, it enables the industry to come together and discuss current challenges. This helps manufacturers and service providers to deliver innovations and solutions that respond more precisely to those challenges. Those solutions will then be promoted through SIG channels, including events, website, social media, and in discussions with SIG’s industry network. For more information, please visit

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