Isotropic Systems Partners with QinetiQ to Develop Optical Apertures for Next-Generation Terminals in Multiple Satellite Frequencies

The satellite industry is expanding its technology capabilities to deliver communications to markets and users that cannot otherwise be connected. Optical beams will allow for transformational technology to enable the first low-cost, fully electronic tracking terminal that can deliver satellite broadband to markets previously unable to afford HTS connectivity, through a new partnership. QinetiQ, a leader in the formulation and fabrication of high-performance materials, is working with startup, Isotropic Systems, to apply their expertise to new optical lenses and to transform communications for millions of users worldwide.

Satellite service providers are determined to reach regions where connectivity is very limited, but offer much more user-friendly prices for mass markets. Isotropic, in partnership with Qinetiq, is committed to build disruptive business solutions that are able to provide an incredibly cost-effective solution.

Isotropic Systems founder John Finney will be the keynote speaker at SATELLITE 2018 in Washington, D.C. today. More information is available here. Members of the press are welcome.