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National Space Technology Strategy
Aerospace
& Defence   Technology Roadmapping Workshops

            Surrey – September ...
Today – Surrey, Leicester, Strathclyde
1000 – 1010   Welcome and Overview                  Ruth Mallors
                  ...
Objective of the workshops

1. Share the progress to date on the roadmaps
2. Further evolve the content of the roadmaps
3....
Space Leadership Council update
Martin Sweeting (Surrey – 6th September)
Paul Monks (Leicester – 8th September)
Craig Clar...
Space Innovation and Growth Strategy Project – Background

   2009, set up by Minister for Science & Innovation to identif...
Space Innovation & Growth Strategy - Major Findings

 The UK should plan to increase its current 6% market share of the wo...
Space Innovation & Growth Strategy - Recommendation 3

         The UK Government and industry should establish a National...
Space Leadership Council
Space Leadership Council is co-chaired by David Willetts and Andy Green. It’s members are
senior ...
UK Space Agency Update

Terry Coxall
Space Agency Update

  Already working as a shadow agency
  Will not be official until next April
  Negotiating Service Le...
Space Technology Roadmapping

– progress to date
Process to develop Space Technology Roadmaps
Phase l

                                 Core Group and Space
       Small C...
Structure of Space Technology Roadmaps
Opportunities

                      The road maps are shaped by the market opportu...
Telecommunications

Workstream Leader: Peter Aspden - Astrium
Telecommunications Market




   Telecommunications dominates the UK Space industry in terms of earnings,
 exports and emp...
Telecommunications – UK Capability
 Telecommunications technology developments are the enablers to allow industry to build...
Telecommunications Research Themes

  Individual programs have not been identified as
the commercial telecommunications sa...
Contributions to date from ….


    EADS Astrium
    Surrey Satellites Technology Ltd
    ComDev
    E2V
    BT
    Inmars...
Sensing

Workstream Leader: Mick Johnson - Astrium
What is Sensing?
  Definition: Sensing is the set of space and ground
  systems to allow generation of data, together with...
Context for Sensing Roadmap
                                                                           Mission
 Environmen...
Sensing Roadmap - Current Status
 Opportunities

                         Space, planetary and EO science
   Market




  ...
Contributions to date from

          EADS Astrium
          Surrey Satellites Technology Ltd
          SEA Ltd
          ...
Position Navigation & Timing

Workstream Leader: Tim Just – Technology Strategy Board
Position, Navigation & Timing – Current status
     Opportunities
       Market




                           Key Technol...
Contributions to date from ….



     EADS Astrium
     Selex Galileo
     Cobham
     NPL
     Qinetiq
     Logica
Robotics & Exploration

Workstream Leader: Roger Ward – Scisys
What is Robotics & Exploration?

  Definition:
     Rover and Lander technologies, are covered in ‘Robotics and
     Explo...
Robotics & Exploration Roadmap - Current Status
Opportunities

                  Started with IGT list updated
  Market


...
Contributions to date from
        SciSys
        University of Aberystwyth
        Astrium Satellites
        University ...
Access to Space

Workstream Leader: Craig Clark – Clyde Space
What we are covering in Access to Space Roadmapping

  Definition: Access to Space encompasses those elements
  involved i...
Access to Space - Market
Opportunities

                      Low cost launch systems – serving telecoms, EO, science
  Ma...
Heritage/Capabilities in UK
Subject        Reusable           Near term         Science platforms   Small satellite   Orbi...
Regulatory, Policy, Legal and Insurance aspects
  5, 10 and 20 Year Roadmap to direct change to assist growth
  objectives...
Contributions to date from ….



    Clyde Space
    Reaction Engines
    Virgin
    EADS Astrium
    Bristol Space Planes...
Today – Surrey, Leicester, Strathclyde
1000 – 1010   Welcome and Overview                  Ruth Mallors
                  ...
Structure of Space Technology Roadmaps
Opportunities

                      The road maps are shaped by the market opportu...
Programmes on roadmaps



  Collaborative programmes
  Programmes that will lead to UK growth and exports
  Balance of sho...
Suggestions …..


  Be open minded about the art of the possible
  Think collaboration at all times
  Don’t get hung up on...
Technology Roadmapping – Round 1
Today – Surrey, Leicester, Strathclyde
1000 – 1010   Welcome and Overview                  Ruth Mallors
                  ...
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  1. 1. National Space Technology Strategy Aerospace & Defence Technology Roadmapping Workshops Surrey – September 6th Leicester – September 8th Strathclyde – September 16th
  2. 2. Today – Surrey, Leicester, Strathclyde 1000 – 1010 Welcome and Overview Ruth Mallors Martin Sweeting 1010 - 1025 Space Leadership Council Update Paul Monks Craig Clark 1025 - 1040 UK Space Agency Update Terry Coxall Overview of 5 Sector Working Groups Peter Aspden 1.Telecommunications Mick Johnson 2.Sensing 1040 – 1130 Tim Just 3.Position, Navigation and Timing Roger Ward 4.Robotics and Exploration Craig Clark 5.Access to Space 1130 – 1145 Morning Tea 1145 – 1245 Round 1 ALL 1245 – 1345 Lunch 1345 – 1445 Round 2 ALL 1445 – 1515 Afternoon Tea ALL 1515 – 1615 Round 3 ALL 1615 – 1645 Final Question and Answer Time ALL 1645 – 1700 Closing Remarks Ruth Mallors
  3. 3. Objective of the workshops 1. Share the progress to date on the roadmaps 2. Further evolve the content of the roadmaps 3. Expand the community engagement with respect to technology roadmapping
  4. 4. Space Leadership Council update Martin Sweeting (Surrey – 6th September) Paul Monks (Leicester – 8th September) Craig Clark (Strathclyde – 16th September)
  5. 5. Space Innovation and Growth Strategy Project – Background 2009, set up by Minister for Science & Innovation to identify a plan for the future, chaired by Andy Green, CEO of Logica 9 months of intensive work by over 200 members of Industry, Government and Academia working in five themes: Markets and Wealth Creation Capabilities Technologies and Facilities Delivering public policy Raising awareness Finance and procurement The IGS report was published in February 2010 giving 16 recommendations, Government response published in March 2010 Majority of IGS points adopted by new Government with significant personal support being given to the sector from Secretary of State David Willetts, Science Minister.
  6. 6. Space Innovation & Growth Strategy - Major Findings The UK should plan to increase its current 6% market share of the world space market to 10% by 2030 This will increase revenues from £5.9 billion to £40 billion over this period This will create 100,000 jobs Major growth areas will come from: Broadband by satellite TV broadcast from space Earth Observation from space Location and timing based services Low cost entry to space A majority of this growth will be in export for which we must be among the first to market.
  7. 7. Space Innovation & Growth Strategy - Recommendation 3 The UK Government and industry should establish a National Space Technology Strategy (NSTS), with a clearly identifiable budget separate and additional to ESA and research council budgets This recommendation is a key building block in delivering the ambitious innovation and growth planned and should be established quickly and funded properly A National Space Technology Steering Group should be set up immediately to oversee the NSTSG, chaired by industry, but with Government representation.
  8. 8. Space Leadership Council Space Leadership Council is co-chaired by David Willetts and Andy Green. It’s members are senior space sector industrialists, academics and Government senior officials. It has met 3 times already this year with another two planned. One of its most important roles is to oversee the implementation of the IGS recommendations to maximise growth in the sector. To achieve growth and particularly within export it is necessary to be one of the first to market. Technology and innovation is the driver for winning in export, or winning a leading position on multinational programmes Iain Gray CEO, Technology Strategy Board is the SLC Champion of Recommendation 3 The Technology Strategy provides important insight to the Space Leadership Council to assist discussions with all stakeholders and especially with Government in regard of what is required to deliver the projected growth targets as outlined in the Space IGS Therefore the SLC is closely monitoring the progress on the Technology roadmapping activities
  9. 9. UK Space Agency Update Terry Coxall
  10. 10. Space Agency Update Already working as a shadow agency Will not be official until next April Negotiating Service Level Agreements with other Government departments Has 3 additional staff on-loan (seconded) from industry. The Agency has submitted it's own budget request into the CSR process Need CSR decisions before full organisation and size can be further developed. Technology budget is the responsibility of the Agency with the Technology Strategy Board remaining as its main delivery arm Technology roadmapping will enable visibility where potential growth from the UK Space community could be derived
  11. 11. Space Technology Roadmapping – progress to date
  12. 12. Process to develop Space Technology Roadmaps Phase l Core Group and Space Small Core Group Broader Community Technology Sector Leaders Kick off discussion Populate Framework Further populate and regarding & form small working engage Recommendation 3 groups Space Technology Roadmap 5 Space Sector Framework 5 Space Sector Technology Roadmaps Technology Roadmaps For NSTSG approval 5 Space Sectors and leaders
  13. 13. Structure of Space Technology Roadmaps Opportunities The road maps are shaped by the market opportunities and drivers Market These two dynamics ensure that UK developments will have exploitation routes of maximum growth Research activities are to focus on where the UK has an existing or emerging strength and capability Capability This will ensure that developments are building on the current foundation, UK create expedient development cycles (because they are not starting from scratch) and further market differentiation in a globally competitive environment. Research Themes Research themes create the building blocks of collaborative programmes that will further evolve UK capabilities and strengths creating opportunities for maximum inclusion across the diverse supply chain in the Space sector.
  14. 14. Telecommunications Workstream Leader: Peter Aspden - Astrium
  15. 15. Telecommunications Market Telecommunications dominates the UK Space industry in terms of earnings, exports and employment for both upstream manufacturing and downstream services and applications Key market opportunities were highlighted the IGT report: Satellite Broadband, Enterprise, Broadcast, Transport, Security and Environment Required telecommunications satellite systems identified (e.g. Broadband, mobile, broadcast etc.)
  16. 16. Telecommunications – UK Capability Telecommunications technology developments are the enablers to allow industry to build large programmes which give huge return multipliers on the technology investment £740M ARTES £20M £350M/year £1M Seedcorn Inmarsat funding Broadband global area network BGAN – Broadband Global Only two companies can deliver this Area network technology – one in USA and Astrium Led to the most advanced commercial comms satellite in the world – Inmarsat4 UK industrial strengths to be highlighted for the required telecommunications satellite systems: System level (for turn-key satellite systems) Subsystem level (e.g. Spacecraft Platforms, Payloads) Equipment level (e.g. Avionics, High Power Amplifiers, Terminals) Key UK capabilities and organisations will be identified
  17. 17. Telecommunications Research Themes Individual programs have not been identified as the commercial telecommunications satellite market can provide a significant number of opportunities each year Research themes have been identified based on maintaining and improving the competitiveness of the UK satcoms industry: Increased telecommunications satellite capacity Reducing cost to manufacturer, operator and user Enabling new services and market opportunities Flight opportunities for new technology development are required Institutional, PPP and commercial prospects
  18. 18. Contributions to date from …. EADS Astrium Surrey Satellites Technology Ltd ComDev E2V BT Inmarsat Logica Avanti
  19. 19. Sensing Workstream Leader: Mick Johnson - Astrium
  20. 20. What is Sensing? Definition: Sensing is the set of space and ground systems to allow generation of data, together with the exploitation of that data for scientific and commercial applications Scope includes: Active and passive sensing systems Space in-situ sensing Downstream activities, ground segments, applications Ground based sensors to support Space Situational Awareness (SSA) Outside scope: Rover and lander technologies, other than the sensing systems, are covered in ‘Robotics and Exploration’ roadmap Spacecraft/platform technologies are in ‘Access to Space’ roadmap
  21. 21. Context for Sensing Roadmap Mission Environment and technologies Climate Change Launchers Access to Space DRIVERS MARKET Space Commercial EO Capability Detectors Microwave systems Space science Technology Capability Optics & Sources Ground technologies Societal & Support technologies Space Economic Science Impact Sensing Roadmap Other Roadmaps Applications Robotics and Exploration Health Security & Defence Navigation Commercial Low EO Carbon Monitoring Communications the Earth
  22. 22. Sensing Roadmap - Current Status Opportunities Space, planetary and EO science Market Monitoring the planet – Environment and climate Commercial EO applications Security and Defence Very wide range of capability identified: Capability Detectors (visible, IR and microwave); Optical and microwave; active and UK passive systems; planetary in-situ Capability chart under development based on data from UK Space Directory Research Themes 116 potential technologies identified and described: Technologies (56 – see table), Sub-systems (25), Systems and Instruments (35) Gen/ Micro- UV/ Xray/ Grand Technology Type Other IR wave Visible Gamma Total Detectors 4 8 3 5 1 21 Detectors In-situ 2 2 4 Optics 1 1 9 3 14 Sources 1 3 4 Support Technology 13 13 Grand Total 19 10 4 17 6 56
  23. 23. Contributions to date from EADS Astrium Surrey Satellites Technology Ltd SEA Ltd Infoterra Imperial College University of Leicester STFC-ATC Vega QinetiQ Logica Selex MSSl STFC – RAL
  24. 24. Position Navigation & Timing Workstream Leader: Tim Just – Technology Strategy Board
  25. 25. Position, Navigation & Timing – Current status Opportunities Market Key Technology Drivers are short term (Galileo, integrated GNSS) Market Opportunities driven by External (non-space) developments and Legislation Solar Maxim – understanding of interference implications Well positioned for Integration and exploitation Capability Security (encryption, protection, interference detection) UK GNSS test bed “elements” to provide technology in new application areas (Indoor + Transport) Legal challenges (English law) Research Themes Long term technology (next generation Galileo) covered under ESA EGEP program Integrated & accessible GNSS test bed facilities Proof of concept demonstrations in key application areas (Intelligent transport & charging mechanisms, Transport automation, location based services ) 25
  26. 26. Contributions to date from …. EADS Astrium Selex Galileo Cobham NPL Qinetiq Logica
  27. 27. Robotics & Exploration Workstream Leader: Roger Ward – Scisys
  28. 28. What is Robotics & Exploration? Definition: Rover and Lander technologies, are covered in ‘Robotics and Exploration’ roadmap. Scope includes: Unmanned platforms on or very near a planet surface Penetrators In-situ resources Human exploration Outside scope: Sensing – currently in Sensing Orbiting Spacecraft/platform technologies are in ‘Access to Space’ roadmap
  29. 29. Robotics & Exploration Roadmap - Current Status Opportunities Started with IGT list updated Market Essentially the same list of ESA/international missions as Sensors Very broad spectrum of spin out opportunities from military Unmanned Ground Vehicles to air vehicles to support for aging society – Difficult to capture though… Group identified capabilities that UK have credibility in and possible in time frame: Rover Design & Build Capability Autonomy/Robotics Control UK Resilient Systems Human Factors Novel Power Planetary Protection So far gathered ‘technologies’ from within the group only, additional inputs expected from Research Themes workshops. To date over 45 summary sheets have been submitted, with raw information to populate RM. Now Need Themes from these…
  30. 30. Contributions to date from SciSys University of Aberystwyth Astrium Satellites University of Leicester Qinetiq SEA Roke Manor Research STFC UCL Logica MDA Robotics MSSL Think Tank Maths
  31. 31. Access to Space Workstream Leader: Craig Clark – Clyde Space
  32. 32. What we are covering in Access to Space Roadmapping Definition: Access to Space encompasses those elements involved in placing ‘payloads’ in space. Objective: To define the roadmap for development of the varied elements of Access to Space and supporting technologies over the period 2010-2030: To deliver the IGT objectives Support national space strategic priorities Scope includes: Launch vehicles – large scale reusable vehicles and shorter term developments Space tourism Generic Satellite platforms Orbital transfer modules – transfer between injection and target orbits Outside scope: Geostationary Spacecraft/platform technologies are in ‘telecoms’ roadmap
  33. 33. Access to Space - Market Opportunities Low cost launch systems – serving telecoms, EO, science Market Space tourism Low cost Orbital transfer systems – serving telecoms, EO, science Generic Satellite platform developments –from nano to large platforms Strong UK capabilities and heritage exist in this market area – including Heritage in reusable spaceplane design Recent Space tourism developments Capability Telecom platforms, Science platform technologies UK Small satellite and nanosatellite platforms Satellite Propulsion stages (chemical and SEP based) Key UK capabilities and organisations have been identified for the above Skylon spaceplane and supporting demonstrators Research Themes Small satellite launcher/ sub-orbital spaceplane Small and nano platform technologies and demonstrators Science platform technologies & Lightweight structures for platforms/orbital transfer SEP system and thruster developments for orbital transfer Legislation and regulatory changes to enable and encourage space industry activity
  34. 34. Heritage/Capabilities in UK Subject Reusable Near term Science platforms Small satellite Orbital satellite launch launcher platforms transfer system Heritage/ Reaction Virgin Galactic Astrium Ltd SSTL Astrium Ltd Capabilities Engines Reaction SSTL Clyde Space Qinetiq British Engines SciSys Astrium Ltd AMPAC Aerospace British Universities of Universities of Dowty-GE EADS Astrium Aerospace Surrey, Surrey, Avionics Rolls Royce EADS Astrium Southampton, Southampton, Bristol Rolls Royce Leicester, Leicester, Spaceplanes Bristol Cranfield, Glasgow, Spaceplanes Glasgow, Oxford, Strathclyde Cambridge, Strathclyde
  35. 35. Regulatory, Policy, Legal and Insurance aspects 5, 10 and 20 Year Roadmap to direct change to assist growth objectives. Low Cost Access to Space Outer Space Act Licensing Regime (UKESA) Liability Regime Access to Spectrum Requirements of the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) Infrastructure – Policy Framework Framework to Encourage Governmental Support and Necessary Skill and Experience RAF Lossiemouth? Required Changes in Policy, Regulatory, Legal Framework and Expected Benefits Space Tourism Infrastructure Launch Sites Space Planes/ Transport Vehicles Changes to the Regulatory and Legal Framework and Expected Benefits Public Access to Space Current Regulatory, Policy, Legal and Insurance Space Port New Mexico Framework and Issues Raised Proposed Changes to the Regulatory, Policy, Legal and Insurance Framework and Expected Benefits Priorities and Timings
  36. 36. Contributions to date from …. Clyde Space Reaction Engines Virgin EADS Astrium Bristol Space Planes Logica
  37. 37. Today – Surrey, Leicester, Strathclyde 1000 – 1010 Welcome and Overview Ruth Mallors Martin Sweeting 1010 - 1025 Space Leadership Council Update Paul Monks Craig Clark 1025 - 1040 UK Space Agency Update Terry Coxall Overview of 5 Sector Working Groups Peter Aspden 1.Telecommunications Mick Johnson 2.Sensing 1040 – 1130 Tim Just 3.Position, Navigation and Timing Roger Ward 4.Robotics and Exploration Craig Clark 5.Access to Space 1130 – 1145 Morning Tea 1145 – 1245 Round 1 ALL 1245 – 1345 Lunch 1345 – 1445 Round 2 ALL 1445 – 1515 Afternoon Tea ALL 1515 – 1615 Round 3 ALL 1615 – 1645 Final Question and Answer Time ALL 1645 – 1700 Closing Remarks Ruth Mallors
  38. 38. Structure of Space Technology Roadmaps Opportunities The road maps are shaped by the market opportunities and drivers Market These two dynamics ensure that UK developments will have exploitation routes of maximum growth Research activities are to focus on where the UK has an existing or emerging strength and capability Capability This will ensure that developments are building on the current foundation, UK create expedient development cycles (because they are not starting from scratch) and further market differentiation in a globally competitive environment. Research Themes Research themes create the building blocks of collaborative programmes that will further evolve UK capabilities and strengths creating opportunities for maximum inclusion across the diverse supply chain in the Space sector.
  39. 39. Programmes on roadmaps Collaborative programmes Programmes that will lead to UK growth and exports Balance of short, medium and long term growth UK Priorities
  40. 40. Suggestions ….. Be open minded about the art of the possible Think collaboration at all times Don’t get hung up on other issues outside of the roadmapping process at this stage … e.g. legislation, definitions, etc This process will be repeated
  41. 41. Technology Roadmapping – Round 1
  42. 42. Today – Surrey, Leicester, Strathclyde 1000 – 1010 Welcome and Overview Ruth Mallors Martin Sweeting 1010 - 1025 Space Leadership Council Update Paul Monks Craig Clark 1025 - 1040 UK Space Agency Update Terry Coxall Overview of 5 Sector Working Groups Peter Aspden 1.Telecommunications Mick Johnson 2.Sensing 1040 – 1130 Tim Just 3.Position, Navigation and Timing Roger Ward 4.Robotics and Exploration Craig Clark 5.Access to Space 1130 – 1145 Morning Tea 1145 – 1245 Round 1 ALL 1245 – 1345 Lunch 1345 – 1445 Round 2 ALL 1445 – 1515 Afternoon Tea ALL 1515 – 1615 Round 3 ALL 1615 – 1645 Final Question and Answer Time ALL 1645 – 1700 Closing Remarks Ruth Mallors
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