The Satcoms Innovation Group (SIG) has announced that Bob Potter of Kratos Defense and Security Solutions has been appointed a Director of the group.
Bob joins existing directors Andreas Voigt of Eutelsat and Mark Steel of Inmarsat, led by recently appointed Managing Director, Helen Weedon.
Bob has been heavily involved with SIG for many years, during which time he has spoken regularly at the group’s events and conferences. His experience in RF systems design and measurement techniques extends back more than 25 years. Bob has held several senior-level and executive positions from Chief Technology Officer (CTO) to President over the years.
Currently, Bob is Vice President, Signals and Ground System Technology for Kratos, Bob has pioneered the company’s creation of next-generation RF network management solutions, helping to make the company one of the premier providers of satellite measurement and interference mitigation solutions. His expertise lies in radio communications and hardware/firmware design, with a focus on delivering customer-focused solutions.
Bob Potter said this is a really exciting time for the group as a whole, reflecting what is also a changing satellite environment. The group has always played an important and prominent role within the industry, and he is very much looking forward to building on its success as the organization works toward the goal of becoming an invaluable resource for innovation and development.
Helen Weedon, Managing Director, added that at SIG, the organization has always valued Bob’s technical knowledge and support he is welcomed as a Director as SIG forges a new path since the restructuring earlier this year. The group’s aim is to promote innovation and provide a forum for debate on the current challenges facing the satellite industry. Bob’s unique knowledge and insight, and his hands-on approach to innovation, will help SIG to fulfill this goal by ensuring the organization is always at the forefront of technical changes and challenges.