Small Satellite 2019


GateHouse Telecom Attends Small Satellite Conference August 3-8, in USA

August 3-8 we will be at the Small Satellite Conference in Logan, Utah, USA. We will be represented by our Business Development Manager and Smallsat specialist, Per Koch.  

The conference is the 33rd of its kind, and it is as a well established and well renowned industry event. The conference’ purpose and focus is described as the following:

“..we will explore the technical issues, development considerations, and new opportunities that result from an ever-growing trend toward missions using tens, hundreds, or even thousands of small satellites to achieve revolutionary effects.”


As believers in the potential of the smallsat industry, we are very much looking forward to participate in the discussions on recent successes, new technologies and overall industry development. The conference gives us a fantastic opportunity to present our SmallSat strategy and products within communications solutions for IoT/M2M missions, SB-SAT technology and satellite enabled connectivity.


"I look forward to, once again, attend the Smallsat Conference in Logan. It is my experience that the conference brings together the most dedicated and passionate smallsat businesses and specialists, for a truly professional environment of knowledge sharing and networking." - Per Koch, Business Development Manager

If you wish to speak with us at the conference you can let us know by e-mailing directly to our Business Development Manager Per Koch, by clicking here.

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