2017 Satellite Innovation Symposium Welcomes the Industry to Silicon Valley
Host SatNews is pleased to welcome attendees from around the world to Silicon Valley for the 2017 Satellite Innovation Symposium. Held at the Computer History Museum in Mountain View, Calif., the two day conference will take place on October 2-3, 2017.
In a conference focus unique among satellite industry events, the Symposium looks broadly upon innovation occurring inside and outside established norms. By bringing together innovative new players and leading organizations, a more complete and clear picture of tomorrows satellite market will be provided to the anticipated 500+ attendees.
“Our goal in developing the symposium was not to rehash discussions about already imminent industry trends, or focus myopically on NewSpace. Instead, we want our attendees to walk away with a bigger picture of how innovations are influencing their business and how they can position themselves optimally in the future,” said Silvano Payne, CEO of SatNews. “In addition, locating our event in Silicon Valley gives us the unique ability to connect with organizations who are rapidly changing software and technology both inside and outside of the SatCom ecosystem.”
The symposium features a dynamic group of speakers who will be hosting a series of panels designed not only to address exciting innovations, but market forces that will guide their implementation or failure. For a full list of speakers and sessions please visit: www.satinnovation.com/sessions.
The full itinerary of sessions, breakfast, lunch, refreshments and a cocktail reception are included with admission to the event. An optional wine tasting tour with invited speakers and other satellite professionals is also available the day prior to the event.