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Presentación del Dr. Javier Mendieta en reunión con directivos del NASA Ames Reseach Center, el 18 de junio de 2013

Presentación del Dr. Javier Mendieta en reunión con directivos del NASA Ames Reseach Center, el 18 de junio de 2013

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  • 1. Collaboration with NASA ARC
  • 2. Overview••••••••
  • 3. Experimental Space Activities in Mexico1980s: “Morelos”SatellitesSystem, contractedwith Hughes &NASA.Development ofspace experimentsfor the NASA spaceshuttle containerprogram, incollaboration withUSA universities1970s: National Comissionof Outer Space.Sounding rockets
  • 4. Experimental Space Activities in Mexico2000s: SATMEX Satellites System,contracted with Hughes, Boeing,Loral & ESA.Diverse small satellite projects:SATEDU, CONDOR, SENSAT.1990s: “Solidaridad”Satellites System,contracted with ESA &Hughes.Development of the SATEX-1 microsatellite.Development of theUNAMSAT microsatellites.
  • 5. Companies: 260States: 16Employees: 31,000+NORTHEASTCoahuila (7)Nuevo León (29)Tamaulipas (11)SOUTHEASTREGION:Yucatán (3)Guerrero (1)CENTRALREGION:Distrito Federal(8)Edo. de México (7)Querétaro (35)San Luis Potosí (6)Puebla (3)WEST REGION:Aguascalientes (2)Jalisco ( 6 )Zacatecas (1)NORTHWESTREGION:Baja California (55)Sonora (43)Chihuahua (37)Source: Dirección General de Industrias Pesadas y de Alta Tecnología, SCT, ProMéxico y FEMIAAerospace Industry in Mexico
  • 6. Mexican aerospace sector
  • 7. MexSat Satellite System
  • 8. 2nd Stage¤ Approval of the Lawthat creates theMexican SpaceAgency30 July 2010¤ Board of Govermentfirst meeting¤ Start of operations1 November 20117 September 201016 November 201011 April 2011¤ National consultationforums13 July 2011¤ National Space PolicyPublication
  • 9. Vision and MissionVision MisionThat AEM will be an enabler to allowthat Mexico could be a recognizednation in the development and use ofspace science and technology toimprove the quality of life of allMexicans.Transform Mexico into a country withscientific activities and world classspace technology developments,focused on social needs andarticulated to leading edgeindustrialization programs,contributing to the country’scompetitivity.
  • 10. Vision 2030Mexico makes significantcontributions to space S&TPlanningAndFundingIndustrial development andcompetitivenessInternationalAffairsandSecurityScience and technologydevelopmentHuman capital development in thespace field
  • 11. Collaboration Agreements and MoU’sInternational•Signed•Germany DLR•State Space Agency ofUkraine.•Italian Space Agency•NASA•In process•Israel•ROSCOSMOS•Space Agency ofAzerbaijanMexican StateGovernments•Signed•Jalisco•Querétaro•Hidalgo•Yucatán•Puebla•In process•Baja CaliforniaInstitutions•Signed•IPN•Telecomm•CICESE•UABC•SENER•GMV•Colima•In process•UNAM•INAOE•Academies ofEngineering, Medicineand Sciences•NEC
  • 12. Mexico s space vision (2030)•–––––
  • 13. Challenges••••
  • 14. Opportunities••••••••
  • 15. Mexican Space Research• ASTRONOMY, ASTROPHYSICS, GEOPHYSICS• SPACE COMMUNICATIONS• EARTH OBSERVATION• OCEAN SCIENCES• EARTH SCIENCES• ATMOSPHERIC SCIENCES• NATURAL DISASTER MANAGEMENTREDCyTE
  • 16. 21Linking vision and strategyGoals StrategyMexico has adequate space infrastructure • Develop joint programs between government andindustry to generate space infrastructureMexico has a globally competitive spaceindustry• Develop private space science and technologyindustry sector through PPPsMexico has a robust space science andtechnology base• Human capital development through alliances withuniversities, industry, state governments andinternational partnersMexican people have awareness andappreciation for science• Advocate the importance of space science andtechnology and its benefits among the populationMexico as a space global player whichcontributes to space exploration andresearch• Establish partnerships with space advancedcountries• Participation in international projects
  • 17. Mexico s road map of the space industry• World class center for validation andcertification for the space industry.MilestoneE1:• PPP world class company covering aspace niche.MilestoneE2:• LEO multifunctional satellite bus with50% of Mexican integrationMilestoneE3:• PPP world class institute for research inadvanced and composite materialsMilestoneE4:• 1% of participation in the world spaceindustryMilestoneE5:
  • 18. ••
  • 19. 11/14/2011 Dirección 24Ongoing projects for capacity building1. Stratospheric BalloonsTechnology demostrator, human capitaldevelopment2. CanSatsTechnology demonstrator, human capitaldevelopment3. Cubesats (SENSAT/SATEDU) Technology demostrator, capacity building4. CONDOR Project Seismic sensor, multiespectral camera5. Project Quetzal Atmospheric observation6. SATEX 2 ProjectImaging national needsCapacity building, multimission platformLess than a 1m resolution
  • 20. Conclusions•••••
  • 21. Possible modes of collaboration withNASA ARC••••••••
  • 22. director.general@aem.gob.mx