Miniaturizing satellite antennas with metal 3D printing - A Featured Speaker at Satellite 2019

Miniaturizing satellite antennas with metal 3D printing - A Featured Speaker at Satellite 2019

 

Optisys, Inc. announces that Michael Hollenbeck, Chief Technology Officer, will be a featured speaker at the Satellite 2019 conference on Tuesday, May 7, 2019 at 2:45-3:15 pm EST, Room 145 at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center.

 

Mr. Hollenbeck will be describing how Optisys harnesses the power of the fourth industrial revolution in manufacturing to design and print highly integrated metal antenna structures that achieve the lightest weight and smallest volume physically possible. Metal 3D Printing is a disruptive technology that promises to significantly reduce the size and weight of critical satellite components which will bring increased capability at a faster pace to the burgeoning satellite industry and allow for capabilities on small satellites that are not possible using traditional fabrication and design methods.

 

Optisys’ focus is on the design, manufacturing, and testing of antennas and antenna systems for satellite, UAV, commercial aircraft, tactical, and consumer telecommunication applications. Optisys will be exhibiting in booth 1825 during Satellite 2019. Visit and view the smallest, lightest functional antennas in the industry.

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