February 18, 2020


Satellite 2020, Washington DC, 10-12 March (Visiting Only)

36th Space Symposium, Colorado, 30 March to 02 April

Eurosatory, Paris, 08-12 June

Farnborough Airshow, London, 20-24 July

April 13, 2019

The Satellite conference is on May 6-8. Optisys has some exciting new antenna developments. Come by booth 1825.

Satellite 2019 website

September 8, 2018

Optisys is honored to receive one of the 2018 awards for communications. TechConnect is proud to announce the 2018 TechConnect Defense Innovation Awards recognizing the top technologies submitted for this year's Challenges. Join us in Tampa as these innovators pitch an...

July 27, 2018

Optisys will be displaying the latest 3D printed antennas at the small satellite conference in Logan UT, Aug 6-9. We have created higher levels of integrated RF components to save satellites even more size and weight. 

Visit us at booth 217 in the fieldhouse. 


June 29, 2018

We will be at the Farnborough airshow in Hall 2 booth 2076, with the World Trade Center Utah. Please visit us to see the latest types of metal 3D printed antenna designs we offer.

May 8, 2018

Optisys is expanding internationally with the help of the Utah World Trade Center. Past trips have included Singapore and Mexico. Future trips include the UK, France, and South Korea.


April 25, 2018

Optisys just received certification for AS 9100 and ISO 9001 in the additive manufacturing of aerospace components and RF design. Our team has worked long hours over many months to achieve this great milestone. Thanks to everyone for their hard work.

AS9100 is the quali...

March 27, 2018

Melding materials three-dimensionally into state-of-the-art antennas would not be possible without key software platforms. For this, antenna producer Optisys relies on technology from ANSYS Incorporated. 

Read the article on the AFCEA website https://www....

January 4, 2018

Checkout this video from the Starburst event we presented at Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA). 

December 9, 2017

One of the strengths of metal printing is the ability to consolidate
parts. Because of the design freedom offered by 3D printing, factors
such as tool paths, undercuts and assembly access can all be ignored,
allowing full assemblies to be produced as in a single 3D pri...

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