1 opening and lp1

  • 344 views
Uploaded on

Aerospace in Hawaii: Economic Engine of the Future, presented by Elliot HoloKauahi Pulham, Hawaii Aerospace Advisory Committee, Chief Executive Officer, The Space Foundation.

Aerospace in Hawaii: Economic Engine of the Future, presented by Elliot HoloKauahi Pulham, Hawaii Aerospace Advisory Committee, Chief Executive Officer, The Space Foundation.

More in: Business , Technology
  • Full Name Full Name Comment goes here.
    Are you sure you want to
    Your message goes here
    Be the first to comment
    Be the first to like this
No Downloads

Views

Total Views
344
On Slideshare
0
From Embeds
0
Number of Embeds
2

Actions

Shares
Downloads
5
Comments
0
Likes
0

Embeds 0

No embeds

Report content

Flagged as inappropriate Flag as inappropriate
Flag as inappropriate

Select your reason for flagging this presentation as inappropriate.

Cancel
    No notes for slide
  • Hawai`i Island, the Big Island –Hawaii's largest at 4,038 square miles. It is twice the size of all other major Hawaiian Islands combined. The island’s size and geography offer both challenge and opportunity.

Transcript

  • 1. Aerospace in Hawaii: Economic Engine of the Future Elliot Holokauahi Pulham Chairman, Hawaii Aerospace Advisory Committee Chief Executive Officer, The Space Foundation
  • 2. Hawaii’s first launch to Orbit - 2014 Mission Manager: Hawaii Space Flight Laboratory (UH) Satellite by: UH students and faculty Launch vehicle: AerojetRocketdyne Sponsor: USAF, ORS Organization Launch Site: PMRF, Kauai
  • 3. Hawaii: AMOS (AIR FORCE MAUI OPTICAL STATION) MAUI TECH PARK UHH-IMILOA HAWAII SPACE FLIGHT LAB (UH) INTELSAT COMMERCIAL OPERATIONS PISCES HHawa MAUNA KEA OBSERVATORIES PACIFIC MISSILE RANGE FACILITY MAUNA LOA OBSERVATORY CONSOLIDATED SPACE OPERATIONS CENTER (PACAF) Not much going on in space??? UNIVERSAL SPACE NETWORKS KA’U GROUND STATION
  • 4. SPACE: $6-$10 TRILLION MARKET OVER 20 YEARS New Airplane Deliveries: 2012-2031 Airplane Type AERO: $4.5 TRILLION MARKET OVER 20 YEARS Single-aisle $2,030B Twin-aisle $2,080B Large $280B Regional jets $80B Total Deliveries 23,240 7,950 790 2,020 Dollar Value
  • 5. Average Annual Salary in Hawaii: $44,085 Source: U.S. Department of Commerce, Bureau of Economic Analysis. Data released Sept. 2012
  • 6. • • • • • • • PISCES Commercial Spaceport Astronomy & Telescopes Unmanned Air Vehicles University Space Research National Security Space Commercial Satellite Operations • Commercial Ground Stations Hawaii Initiatives on the Ascent
  • 7. Pacific International Space Center for Exploration Sciences (PISCES)  Hawaii Island Based, Earth Analogs for Moon and Mars  Staff in Place, Projects Booked, Facilities in the Pipeline
  • 8. Commercial Spaceport License  Joint funding– Hawaii Legislature & FAA OCST  Focus on “space planes” – horizontal take off and landing from current Hawaii airport(s)
  • 9. Astronomy & Telescopes  Starlight Reserve Protections for Mauna Kea, Mauna Loa, Haleakala  ATST Go Ahead on Maui, TMT Go Ahead on Hawaii  Billions in Construction, Decades of Research Jobs
  • 10. Unmanned Air Vehicles Seeking UAV “National Lab” Designation (FAA|DoD) Teamed with Alaska, Oregon & Idaho OAD and HARNG Leading Proposal Effort
  • 11. University of Hawaii Space Lab • World Class University Lab producing Small Satellites • Partnered with USAF (ORS), small sats & launchers • Partnered with Aerojet on Super Strypi launcher • 1st Orbital Launch from Hawaii (PMRF) this autumn
  • 12. Satellite Operations & Ground Stations Military: Consolidated Air & Space Operations Center, Joint Base Hickam-Pearl Commercial: Universal Space Networks, Intelsat, I nmarsat
  • 13. HAWAII AEROSPACE SUMMIT Peter Crouch Dean, UHManoa College of Engineering Opportunity Scan: • Work more closely with Military & Homeland Security – link with UH ARL • Leverage presence of PMRF for space launch • Leverage Big Science capability at UH to build more application oriented & engineering opportunities • Leverage pool of Hawaii born aerospace employees on West Coast • Better develop relations with other Fed. Agencies e.g. NASA to enhance infrastructure • Generate specific education & training programs for aerospace activities in Hawaii [3]
  • 14. HAWAII AEROSPACE SUMMIT Peter Crouch Dean, UHManoa College of Engineering Some Specific High Investment Opportunities • Develop applications (civilian / military/ security) for evolving drone platforms– e.g. instrumentation, communication, deployment, and control • Develop small and micro satellite capability (assumes launch capability) & assist third parties complete work on satellites around Hawaii launch •Develop launch capability for more commercial exploitation (cheap and very cheap) – e.g. UH Manoa HSFL SOEST/Engineering project
  • 15. HAWAII AEROSPACE SUMMIT Peter Crouch Dean, UHManoa College of Engineering R&D Space Focused Science and Engineering Research Opportunities • Small Satellites for environmental (earth systems) monitoring applications • Small Satellites for Military & Homeland Security applications • Planetary exploration • Applications of astronomical technology (for near earth observing) • Space debris • Constellations of (smaller) satellites
  • 16. HAWAII AEROSPACE Jacqui Hoover SUMMIT Executive Director & COO 2013 Hawai`i Island Economic Development Board (HIEDB) President, Hawai`i Leeward Planning Conference (HLPC) The future of aerospace and aviation has an address: Hawai`i Island. • Assets Inventory – Physical Attributes including size, geography, weather – Robust clean, renewable energy portfolio – Critical mass of astronomy and related technologies – Emerging technologies, education, and industries
  • 17. Hawai`i Island, Island of Opportunity Hawai`i Island, the BIG ISLAND
  • 18. HAWAII AEROSPACE SUMMIT 2013 Assets Inventory: Facilities and Infrastructure including two major airports • Kona International at Keahole Airport has an asphalt runway, 17/35, 11,000 by 150 feet. (Compare to New Mexico’s Spaceport America runway 10,000 feet by 200 feet.) – Kona Airport's master plan, completed in 2010, calls for a second runway while keeping the option to extend the airport's primary runway to 12,000 feet if required. • Hilo International Airport runways include 8/26 which is 9,800 by 150 feet.
  • 19. HAWAII AEROSPACE SUMMIT Joe Schneider Chief Technology Officer Pacific Missile Range Facility THEME: PMRF – The Navy’s Hidden Gem • Integrated Test and Training Range 1100 sq nm underwater range, 42,000 sq nm controlled airspace, 2.1M sq nm temporary operating area • Current Missions Pacific Fleet Training, Ballistic Missile Defense Testing, Hypersonics • Future Missions Small Payload Space Launch, NASA, Tactics Development & Experimentation, Directed Energy • Challenges & Opportunities [1]
  • 20. PMRF – Crossroads of the Pacific • • • • • World’s Largest Instrumented Range Unconstrained by Geography Provides Complex/Realistic Scenarios Limited Encroachment Minimal Air Traffic/Sea Traffic Vandenberg AFB Guam Expanded View of Op Areas [2]