Integrasys joins SIA
January 24, 2019
The Satellite Industry Association has announced that Integrasys LLC has joined SIA. Integrasys LLC specialises in the engineering and manufacturing of innovative satellite spectrum monitoring systems and VSAT network deployment for the government market. The Company is based in Herndon, VA and is owned by Integrasys SA of Spain. The parent company was founded in 1990 and recently announced that it expects to focus on growth in various regions around the world, especially in the U.S. market, with new offices to support a growing customer base.
“SIA is pleased to announce that Integrasys has joined the Satellite Industry Association’s growing list of affiliate member companies,” said Tom Stroup, President of SIA. “As new innovative HTS and LEO satellite capabilities emerge to support broadcast, global connectivity, IoT, remote imaging and other applications, the need for high quality, reliable network monitoring systems also expands. Integrasys is a leader in just such monitoring systems, especially for interference detection and mitigation, and they are a welcome addition to the Association.”
“Integrasys is very pleased to join SIA, as our goals are aligning and every day Integrasys LLC is in a stronger position to serve the US government”, said Alvaro Sanchez, CEO of Integrasys. “Our systems today are ready to support LEO, MEO and GEO HTS, therefore, we see that SIA members can appreciate our four time Technology Innovation awarded signal monitoring capabilities. We look forward working with SIA members and government users to accomplish their mission in a fast, secure and reliable manner”
Affiliate membership in SIA is open to satellite companies as well as supporting entities that advocate and promote the domestic commercial satellite industry. SIA Affiliate Members receive a number of benefits including attendance at SIA’s Annual Association Meeting, participation in all open SIA meetings and most events (excluding the SIA Leadership Dinner) and SIA Member discounts to industry events.