Sofant Technologies bags £6.2M, signs contract with European Space Agency

Scottish radio technology company Sofant Technologies has received 7.3 million euros (around 6.2 million euros) from the British Space Agency (UKSA) and the European Space Agency (ESA). This financial support will help reduce the low cost of the satellite network.

Signs contract with ESA

ESA funds will be maintained under the Agreement on Advanced Research in Telecommunications Systems. It is used as a communication platform to support Soft Technologies purchasing marketing and enables users to connect to the cloud through the next generation of high-speed and efficient satellite networks.

The announcement came as Sofant Technologies prepared the first round of financing for A, expanding into Edinburgh and doubling it from three to 16 to 48 during the deal. He creates a wide range of technical functions for the Scottish machinery industry, from antenna and product design to IT parts, equipment, and hardware.

Speaking to entrepreneur ARTES, David Technologies, CEO of Soft Technologies, said: “We are proud that UKSA and ESA have agreed to support the sale of Sofant’s technology. Work with the ESA team on this. Project.

Neutral carbon emissions by 2050

Soft Technologies joined the University of Edinburgh Spinout in 2011. Thanks to the correct and high-quality RF MEMS (Radio Frequency Microelectromechanical System), the base of Soft Technologies is very flexible and heat resistant. the problems they face. has 5G and satellite systems.

To eliminate the need for advanced and expensive equipment, the Sofant platform enables satellite and wireless 5G to operate at less than 70% of its capacity, an important step in accelerating 5G.

The integration of satellite technology will reduce the need for global development and make life easier for city dwellers.

As COP26 progresses, Sofant technology will advance through environmental protection and the possible use of renewable energy technology. Those who depend on solar or wind technology in rural areas will have the opportunity to interact with their power company, which will reduce people’s carbon footprints by 2050.

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