Programme actions for satellite applications & services

World-leading communications infrastructure, fixed and wireless, terrestrial and satellite, underpins the UK’s aim of an open digital economy that works for everyone.Communications networks are the life-blood of the UK’s digital applications, services and solutions, and a key component of this ambition will be in incentivising investment and innovation in this sector. With Brexit, having world-class communications infrastructure will become even more important.

Working with our partner trade association, UKspace, and alongside techUK’s Communications Infrastructure and other Programmes, techUK’s Satellite Applications & Services Programme brings together FTSE-100 companies and SMEs from across the sector, and delivers:

  • thought-leadership
  • targeted engagement with Government and the UK Space Agency on policy issues and with Ofcom on spectrum and emerging regulatory matters

The 2018 programme has been specifically designed to help techUK members:

  • Develop Networks
  • Develop Markets
  • Reduce Business Risk & Cost.


Develop Networks

Develop Markets

Reduce Business Risk and Cost

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