Integrasys, a leading signal monitoring and interference detection company, has been awarded a 1.5 million euros European Space Agency (ESA) project for Interference Cancellation and Removal Technology.
CDTI, the Spanish Delegation for ESA, has funded a project for developing the first Spanish and European Interference Cancellation Technology for satellite signals without requiring a second antenna or knowing about the interference parameters. This new technology can play a critical role in government as well as military networks. The CLEANRF Integrasys solution cost is far more affordable than other solutions in the market today, with higher performance and a lower physical footprint.
The activity is funded via Element 2 of ESA’s General Support Technology Program (GSTP). Through the optional Program ESA, participating states and industry work together to convert promising engineering concepts into a broad spectrum of usable products. By supporting market-oriented activities, driven by the industry, Element 2 encourages more ideas and partnerships and ultimately leads to the most innovative technologies for the European space industry.
“At Integrasys is a great pleasure to work with ESA and CDTI in CLEANRF project for delivering to ESA the CLEANRF solution and enabling us to have better technology and more affordable prices for our customers. We have proven to be a very reliable partner to more than 60 customers that we currently serve every year, and we look forward to provide more technologies in a reliable, resilient and cost efficient way to our great partners,” said Alvaro Sanchez, Integrasys CEO.
“CDTI, as the Spanish Delegation to ESA, regularly opens competitive national calls to allow for the participation of Spanish entities in ESA’s technology programs, being GSTP (General Support Technology Program) one of them. The purpose of the national calls is to select among the many projects that are presented, only those of the highest standards in terms of industrial, technological and market criteria. In this frame we are pleased to see the success of Spanish SMEs as Integrasys with its CLEANRF proposal, contributing to the innovation of the outstanding Spanish space industrial landscape,” said Juan Carlos Cortes of CDTI.