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Expanding Horizons: Satcoms Innovation Group Introduces Four New Academic Affiliates
by Sophie Jenkins
London, UK (SPX) Apr 02, 2024

The Satcoms Innovation Group (SIG) is broadening its academic landscape by incorporating Coleg Cambria, Institute of Physics, The Northern Space Consortium, and Space Wales into its network.

SIG, an established entity in promoting satellite communications innovation for enhanced operational efficacy and reduced adverse impacts, seeks to nurture collaborations among industry stakeholders. Through offering a collaborative platform, SIG enables the exchange of ideas and the discussion of industry-related challenges and advancements, aiming for a unified approach towards improving industry standards.

Coleg Cambria emerges as a frontrunner in UK's educational sector, presenting a comprehensive suite of STEM courses ranging from secondary education to higher education and professional training. With its robust participation in Aerospace Wales and the prestigious Aerospace Wales Expo, the college signifies a significant academic contribution to the industry.

The Institute of Physics (IOP), serving as both a professional and learned society, plays a crucial role in fostering international physics collaboration. With a membership exceeding 20,000, the IOP is committed to making physics inclusive and accessible across diverse communities.

The Northern Space Consortium (NSC) steps in as a key force for the space industry in North West England and North Wales. The not-for-profit organization is focused on industry networking, innovation promotion, and regional development, positioning itself as a catalyst for industry expansion.

Space Wales, with its dedicated Network and Leadership Group, is instrumental in formulating a strategic space vision for Wales. Aligning with broader UK ambitions, it focuses on sustainable growth and industry collaboration, ensuring a cohesive national strategy.

Helen Weedon, Managing Director of SIG, emphasized the importance of integrating educational and industry realms to spur innovation, attract fresh talent, and inspire future participation in the satellite communications domain. The inclusion of these four new members marks a step forward in building a more interconnected and innovative industry ecosystem.

Bob Morris, Chairman of The Northern Space Consortium, expressed enthusiasm for the collaboration opportunities presented by joining SIG, highlighting the potential for significant contributions to the regional space industry's development and expansion.

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