WELCOME TO THE OPTICAL SATCOM CONSORTIUM
Concept. Research. Results.
The OSC is a member-based group that brings together technology innovators, technology suppliers, product manufacturers, and end users. The main goal of our consortium is to share research and realize the goal of making internet access available to every person in Canada, everywhere in Canada.
RESEARCH AND COOPERATION
About the Optical SatCom Consortium
WHAT WE DO
In 2018, the Government of Canada gave the mandate to the National Research Council of Canada (NRC) to bring together key contributors to create new technologies and a value chain to improve broadband connectivity in remote and rural communities in Canada. Out of that initiative, the Optical SatCom Consortium was born.
WHO WE ARE
The Optical SatCom Consortium is made up of a diverse group of scientists, researchers, and engineers from industries and organizations across Canada that share ideas and research in the field of optical satellite communication. Through this collaborative approach, they help each other, and Canada, succeed.
WHY YOU SHOULD JOIN
Becoming a member of the Optical SatCom Consortium gives you and your organization access to cutting edge research, news updates, and group project workshops where ideas are shared and collaborative work takes place. Different membership levels are available.
Secretariat: Satellite Canada Innovation Network
SatCan is a not-for-profit organization working to advance Canadian global competitiveness in commercial space, technology and development. We work to support the Canadian space sector in many ways, such as:
Executing programs that provide direct support to commercial companies;
Managing consortia that work together to develop next generation space technology; and
Promoting Canada’s space industry on the world stage to demonstrate Canadian capabilities.
SatCan is a neutral third party that is positioned to deliver support and programmes available from public and private sources.
Satellite Canada Innovation Network
Ottawa, Ontario, Canada