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Aerospace in Hawaii - Pioneering the Future in Paradise

Aerospace in Hawaii - Pioneering the Future in Paradise
Jim Crisafulli, Director
Office of Aerospace Development - State of Hawai'i

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  • 1. Jim Crisafulli, DirectorOffice of Aerospace Development - State of Hawaii
  • 2. Aerospace in HawaiiOur Strategic Advantages! Mid-Pacific location ! Unique geographical resources ! Resident scientific/engineering expertise ! Long-standing ties with Asia-Pacific Community Potential as a “Growth Industry” ! Builds on existing infrastructure ! Advances scientific research ! Pioneers STEM education & training ! Catalyzes technology innovation ! Huge returns for modest investment ! Won’t be exported as it matures ! Will expand Hawaii’s A-P leadership
  • 3. Key Sectors for DevelopmentAEROSPACE-RELATED RDT&E ! Adaptive optics & remote sensor development ! Satellite communications ! Space-based surveillance systems ! Robotics and in-situ resource utilization systems ! Laser-based energy systems ! Environmental monitoring and resource management ! Advanced aviation systems/maintenance/control AEROSPACE TRAINING/EDUCATION ! Astronauts/Scientists/Engineers ! University/Community College ! K-12/Continuing Education COMMERCIAL SPACE LAUNCH ! Spaceplanes ! Sea/land-based vertical systems ! Airborne systems
  • 4. Office of Aerospace Development Established in 2007 by State Legislature GOALS" Expand/diversify aerospace activities statewide." Seed public-private/multinational partnerships." Facilitate collaboration with NASA/other agencies." Leverage local assets/capabilities." Promote education/workforce development." Monitor trends and recommend policies." Serve as an information “clearing house”
  • 5. NASA-Hawaii Space Act Agreement Space Exploration Scientific Research NextGen Aviation STEM Education ! Public-Private Partnerships Multinational Alliances
  • 6. NASA-Hawaii Space Act AgreementAnnex 1: Small Satellite Research Annex 2 (UD): Lunar R&D ParkAnnex 3 (UD): Green/Clean Energy Future Topics: NextGen Aviation T&ECommercial Space Transportation
  • 7. Pacific International Space Center for Exploration Systems (PISCES)To facilitate multinational research and education topromote and enable the human settlement of space.• Scientific Research & Commercial Development (ISRU, robotics, energy, materials science, agriculture)• Technology Development, Testing & Evaluation (Field demonstrations on Mauna Kea)• Education and Training (aerospace curricula, space seminars, design challenges)• Multinational Dialogue/Exchange (annual conferences, public-private partnerships)
  • 8. A SYMBIOTIC RELATIONSHIP! Pioneering Aerospace Research & Development Innovation in Aerospace Education/Training Multinational Exploration Partnerships Fed/Corp $PISCES State $ Hawaii Moon/Mars-like Terrain Strategic Mid-Pacific Location International Ties with Asia-Pacific Community
  • 9. 2010 PISCES Field Demonstrations Scarab Rover Making Water Test SiteMelting Regolith Making Oxygen
  • 10. Pacific International Space Alliance OTHER ATLANTIC NATIONS OTHER ASIA-PACIFIC NATIONS “A Bar Spiral Galaxy”
  • 11. PISA Organization Chart STEERING COMMITTEE Chairman U.S. Vice-Chair Secretariat Japan Vice-Chair Senior Advisors SECTOR REPRESENTATIVESGOVERNMENT INDUSTRY UNIVERSITY NGO MEDIA ADVOCACY TEAMS INTERNATIONAL LUNAR R&D HAWAII RESOURCE SPACE APPLICATIONS PISCES OUTREACH PARK SYNERGIES TECHNOLOGIES
  • 12. Commercial Space Transportation Land and sea-based launch platforms.
  • 13. AeronauticsPacific Hub for Aviation Training and Maintenance National Testbed for NextGen Technologies
  • 14. Space-based Renewable Energy
  • 15. Starlight Reserve Strategy Significantly reduce “skyglow” to preserve the pristine nature of Hawaii’s night skies for: • Astronomy • Endangered species • Human Health • Cultural Practices • The Visitor Industry
  • 16. STEM Education/Community Outreach (RWDC, LCROSS, PISCES, Aerospace in Hawaii Week) 2009 RWDC National Champions
  • 17. Our Vision for Aerospace in Hawaii! Hawaii as an expanding center for research and development supporting atmospheric and oceanic monitoring and modeling, land and sea resource management, satellite and space debris tracking, and deep space surveillance.! Hawaii as a pioneer in the innovation and implementation of aerospace-based STEM education and training programs.! Hawaii as a national center and regional hub for advanced aviation training and “NextGen” technology development.! Hawaii as a national development site and strategic Asia- Pacific node for commercial space transportation.! Hawaii as a global leader in the formulation and implementation of multinational partnerships advancing humankind’s scientific and technological resources and capabilities in the exploration and settlement of space.
  • 18. Welcome to the rainbow of opportunities for Aerospace in the Hawaiian Islands… Mahalo & Aloha