There has never been a more exciting or relevant time for the Space industry!
Military Space and Military Communication has been a core part of the Airbus portfolio for over five decades, and we are proud to be back in London for the 24th annual Global Milsatcom event as the Lead Sponsor.
You can visit us in the exhibition hall, or join us for the conference sessions across all three days.
The needs for today and tomorrow's milsatcom is not just about delivering a service or a platform, at Airbus it is about sustaining, replenishing, evolving and ultimately transforming the future of beyond line of sight communications into a fully meshed capability across all domains. It is about building partnerships with the customer, the user and industry - an ecosystem of technology and solutions all interoperable and ready to meet the mission.
Hear from our Airbus leaders in the conference theatre
Tuesday 8th November at 10:50
- Richard Franklin, UK Managing Director and Head of Airbus Secure Communications discusses how we are delivering ABOVE AND BEYOND - DELIVERING INTELLIGENT, RESILIENT SOVEREIGN COMMUNICATIONS CAPABILITIES
Tuesday 8th November at 18:35
- Sarah Casenove, Head of Satcom Services Solutions joins the WOMEN IN INDUSTRY PANEL: COMMERCIAL AND GOVERNMENTAL PARTNERSHIPS TO PROMOTE INNOVATION
Wednesday 9th November at 09:50
- Lavanson “LC” Coffey, VP U.S. Space Force Business Development, Airbus U.S. Space & Defense, Inc, Richard Budd, Head of UK, US and Australia and Dr. Markos Trichas, UK Future Programmes provide an industry perspective as to how industry do to increase collaboration and revolutionise 'allied by design' for national defence operations?
Thursday 10th November at 09:25
The Skynet 6A contract signed in July 2020, will involve the development, manufacture, cyber protection, assembly, integration, test and launch, of the military communications satellite planned for launch in 2025.
OpenInnovationSpace & Space in the UK
Airbus, teamed with KBR, Leidos UK, Northrop Grumman and QinetiQ is bringing new thinking to future space solutions . The aim of Open Innovation – Space is to further increase SME involvement in UK future satellite communications services and space activities creating high value jobs and growth across the UK.
Laser communications truly illustrates the magnitude of change in the speed of space communications and uses cutting-edge laser technology and satellites in geostationary Earth orbit to deliver unique and secure data transfer services in real time.
Ranger Flyaway Terminals
For lightweight construction and fast deployment, Ranger flyaway terminals are the premier satcom solution. Every Ranger incorporates light, durable components and is expertly designed for easy assembly, operation and maintenance. You can count on Ranger terminals to consistently deliver high-quality remote field communications to further your mission’s success.
Team Maier & Australian Space
Airbus has formed Team Maier and will partner with key Australian space and technology companies, and academia, as it launches its solution to Joint Project (JP) 9102 to provide a complete Defence Satellite Communications System.