The University of Portsmouth has featured the work of the South Coast Centre of Excellence in Satellite Applications in a series of enlightening videos.
Earlier this month filming crews descended on our office at the Technopole to interview Professor Adrian Hopgood, who leads the University of Portsmouth Future and Emerging Technologies research and innovation theme and is Director of the South Coast Centre of Excellence in Satellite Applications, and Louise Butt our Business Development Manager, who is also an alumna of the University of Portsmouth.
Below are a series of short films that discuss the work they both do, and the importance of the space sector in our region. The films also touch on the ways in which the University of Portsmouth is innovating for a better future. Everything from artificial intelligence, to satellite technology, they are advancing new knowledge in critical fields of health, security, environmental sustainability, and social inclusion.
The South Coast Centre for Excellence in Satellite Applications is one of three regional Centres located across the UK created to help businesses and academics explore and exploit satellite technologies to truly realise the ‘possible’. Our mission is to develop collaborative projects; link expertise; identify and attract funding; share information and provide network opportunities. Based at the Technopole in Portsmouth we host the region’s Space Enterprise Lab, an innovation space for use by businesses to connect and collaborate.