Phasor, the innovative, electronically steered antenna developer, will showcase its groundbreaking technology at the NextSpace Investor Conference in San Francisco, on November 15. NextSpace is the longest running and most focused forum on business financing trends for the space and satellite industry and the event will bring together the entrepreneurs and investors of the sector to discuss their perspectives on its future.
This year, the conference will explore the trajectory of NextSpace and emerging trends, as well as the key growth frontiers for industry participants to contemplate. Comprising interactive and engaging panels featuring NextSpace insiders and more mature space-related companies, the sessions will enable speakers and delegates to share their experiences, challenges and successes.
Phasor will be featured as a “showcase company”, and CEO, David Helfgott will present an overview of the rapidly expanding commercial mobile broadband market and the many benefits of Phasor’s unique, software-defined, electronically steerable antenna (ESA).
“We are very excited to have been invited to participate at the NextSpace event,” said Helfgott. “We firmly believe that dynamic, enterprise-grade, electronic antennas are the key that will unlock the future of mobile broadband satellite communications and the vital element that will help create new value across traditional FSS, and new HTS and broadband NGSO networks.”
The Phasor team has taken every aspect of the traditional parabolic antenna and enhanced and transformed it into a unique, lightweight, very low profile, phased array antenna that fits unobtrusively onto the fuselage of an aircraft, the superstructure of a cruise-ship, or the carriage of a high-speed train. The combination of powerful feature-functionality and compact, conformal form-factor will enable commercial mobile broadband communications, anywhere.