Join us online on Thursday, October 13 for a free systems thinking webinar with Bruce Cameron, Director of the System Architecture Group and Senior Lecturer at MIT. The talk will stream live on YouTube.
About the talk: “The global market for SatCom is about to be flooded with supply from four new providers. The four major LEO Mega-Networks (SpaceX, OneWeb, Amazon, Telesat) have proposed thousands of satellites, but their network performance and capability is yet to be demonstrated. We review an apple-to-apples comparison of the four for total capacity, and discuss an outlook for this market and emerging technology.”
About the speaker:
Bruce Cameron is the Director of the System Architecture Group at MIT. His research interests include technology strategy, system architecture, and the adoption of industry platforms.
Dr. Cameron has directed research projects for Amazon, Chevron, Sikorsky, Nokia, Caterpillar, and NASA. Dr. Cameron’s teaching in Sloan Executive Education was tied for the highest rated Executive Education program at MIT for several years.
Dr. Cameron is a co-founder of Technology Strategy Partners, and has been a board member at 10 early stage firms across consumer and online platforms. He is a past board member of the University of Toronto.
About the series
Sponsored by the System Design & Management program at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, the MIT SDM Systems Thinking Webinar Series features research conducted by SDM faculty, alumni, students, and industry partners. The series is designed to disseminate information on how to employ systems thinking to address engineering, management, and socio-political components of complex challenges.