For more than 35 years, SATELLITE has played a critical role in determining how satellites will shape the future of our world. 14,500+ connectivity professionals will convene for SATELLITE 2018 to further their knowledge of satellite communications and space technology. Through forward-looking keynotes and in-depth sessions in the conference program, we’ll explore the latest innovations and steps forward in building the future of connectivity. [more]
At this year’s Satellite expo, IRG’s Executive Director, Martin Coleman, will be speaking on a panel titled “Machine Learning to Solve Satellite Interference and Manage Future Networks”.
Data is literally everywhere. By 2020, the United Nations Economic Commission for Europe forecasts that the amount of global data available will reach approximately 40 Zettabytes.Imagine using this Data with new processing techniques so that we solve future interference scenarios at a faster rate.
It is an enormous concept, but if we can learn how to use it properly, collect the data and ask the right questions of that data, we can use it to make decisions, solve problems and educate.
This panel will discuss the potential of using this data with new processing techniques to manage future super networks effectively and solve satellite interference scenarios at a faster rate.