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Space Innovation Forum 3
19-20 October 2016
Johanna Bergström-Roos, Project Manager
Programme
• Latest news from RIT
• The Space Innovation Ecosystem
• Workshop
• Presentations and conclusions
• Thought abo...
October 19 at Space Campus
15.15 Coffee and mingle
16.00 The ESA Ecosystem
ESA Technology Transfer Office, Stefan Gustafss...
October 20 at Camp Ripan
08.00 Innovation workshop part 2
Coffee while working
11.00 Presentations and conclusion
11.50 Ne...
Social media
• # Innovatespace
• Live streaming to students at LTU
http://www.YouTube.com/c/LTUBusinessABLuleå
Purpose & Goal
Purpose
The space sector will
contribute to increase
growth in the region on a
much broader scale than it
d...
“Ongoing evaluation” (1/3)
Report 1 made by Oxford Research
• In general RIT is seen as a unique project - Triple Helix co...
“Ongoing evaluation” (2/3)
Report 1 made by Oxford Research
• Space Innovation Forum is useful and good
• Three ideas abou...
“Ongoing evaluation” (3/3)
Report 1 made by Oxford Research
• Some interesting challenges:
- to get SMEs from the whole re...
Late braking news
• ExoMars 2016
• Satellite launches from Esrange
Space Innovation Forum 3
19-20 October 2016
Olle Persson
Centre of Exellence
• Close cooperation with external partners
• Platform for external funding and projects
• Use of knowl...
Marta-Lena Antti Reza Emami Anna Öhrwall Rönnbäck Thomas Kuhn Maria-Paz Zorzano MierJavier Martin TorresPeter Törlind Jaap...
Marta-Lena Antti Reza Emami Anna Öhrwall Rönnbäck Peter Törlind
Supervisors
Graduate School
Ichiro MinamiMagnus Gustavsson...
20 PhD students - 180 graduate students
New collaborations since the start
Student projects:
- IIP Instantaneous impact point (SSC)
- Student course at Esrange
- ...
WP2 – Innovation Projects
Marta-Lena Antti
Anna Öhrwall Rönnbäck
Pär Johansson
Graduate School of Space Technology
• 15 years, collaboration with IRF.
• 38 PhDs so far, > 270 publications.
• 3rd round ...
Workshop in Abisko
PhD students at LTU, Campus Kiruna :
• Rikard Ottemark (Onboard Space Systems)
• Moses Browne (Onboard Space Systems)
• Ka...
PhD students at LTU Campus Luleå:
• Magnus Neikter (Engineering Materials)
• Erik Nyberg (Machine Elements)
• Wissam Fakha...
Collaboration with space industry
• GKN Aerospace Engine Systems
• SSC, Swedish Space Corporation
• RUAG Space
• NanoSpace...
“Fly your thesis”-final at ESTEC, Holland
ESAS Parabolic Flight Campaign,
Rita Edit Kajtar, Álvaro Tomás Soria Salinas and...
Innovations WorkshopsVisit space companies.
Additive manufacturing
(3D-printing).
Opportunities investigated.
A course
example
Project Management with ESA-focus:
Peter Berlin, 45-years experience of space
business, project managemen...
Product Innovation for Space
Applications
• Product = goods, services and
combinations
• Innovation
– Methods to take an i...
Space Innovation Forum 3
19-20 October 2016
Johanna Bergström-Roos, Project Manager
WP 3 – the Innovation Eco System
• Identify actors within the regional innovation ecosystem
• Develop cooperation between ...
Innovation Support System
Johanna
Bergström-Roos
LTU Business
Jens
Lundström
ABI/ESA-BIC
Joakim
Enerstam
ABI/ESA-BIC
Tommy...
Upcoming activities within WP3
• Space Innovation Workshop in Kiruna/Abisko, November 25-26
led by Anna Öhrwall Rönnbäck a...
SIF 3: Introduction to Space Innovation Forum 3, Kiruna 19th-20th October 2016
SIF 3: Introduction to Space Innovation Forum 3, Kiruna 19th-20th October 2016
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SIF 3: Introduction to Space Innovation Forum 3, Kiruna 19th-20th October 2016

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Introduction about the work packages of RIT (rymd för innovation och tillväxt / Space for Innovation and Growth).

SIF 3 information, evaluation by Oxford Research & Latest News
WP 1 - Centre of Excellence
WP 2 - Innovation Projects & The Graduate School of Space Technology
WP 3 - Innovation Ecosystem

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SIF 3: Introduction to Space Innovation Forum 3, Kiruna 19th-20th October 2016

  1. 1. Space Innovation Forum 3 19-20 October 2016 Johanna Bergström-Roos, Project Manager
  2. 2. Programme • Latest news from RIT • The Space Innovation Ecosystem • Workshop • Presentations and conclusions • Thought about next Space Innovation Forum
  3. 3. October 19 at Space Campus 15.15 Coffee and mingle 16.00 The ESA Ecosystem ESA Technology Transfer Office, Stefan Gustafsson ESA-BIC Sweden, Joakim Enerstam 16.45 Workshop part 1 led by Johan Bergström & Mattias Bergström 18.00 Bus departure to Kiruna City 19.00 Dinner at Camp Ripan 12.00 Lunch & networking (IRF restaurant) 13.30 Welcome – latest news from RIT, Johanna Bergström Roos WP 1 – Centre of Excellence, Olle Persson WP 2 – Innovation Projects, Marta-Lena Antti & Anna Öhrwall Rönnbäck WP 3 – The Innovation Ecosystem, Johanna Bergström Roos & Stefan Dahlhielm New collaboration Conex Engineering AB – LTU, Jimmy Abrahamsson, Conex Engineering AB New collaboration N66 – LTU, Jan-Olof Sänkelä, N66 Applications based on satellite data, Jörgen Hartnor, Lantmäteriet
  4. 4. October 20 at Camp Ripan 08.00 Innovation workshop part 2 Coffee while working 11.00 Presentations and conclusion 11.50 Next Space Innovation Forum 12.00 Lunch
  5. 5. Social media • # Innovatespace • Live streaming to students at LTU http://www.YouTube.com/c/LTUBusinessABLuleå
  6. 6. Purpose & Goal Purpose The space sector will contribute to increase growth in the region on a much broader scale than it does today. Strong links local-regional- national-international Overall Goal The region has a current and well anchored space strategy, linked to the Swedish strategy for space. Project Goal The space sector in the region has increased its capacity in R&D collaboration between academia, industry and stakeholders in the innovation ecosystem.
  7. 7. “Ongoing evaluation” (1/3) Report 1 made by Oxford Research • In general RIT is seen as a unique project - Triple Helix cooperation within the space business (academy, industry, society) • LTU’s strong expansion in the field of space has strengthen LTU as an interesting partner. • Greater focus on commercialization - a shift towards small-scale, technical simplification and cost awareness • The space industry is interested in getting more regional suppliers. • Most respondents have a good understanding for the projects activities
  8. 8. “Ongoing evaluation” (2/3) Report 1 made by Oxford Research • Space Innovation Forum is useful and good • Three ideas about space related growth in the region: - spin-offs from R&D projects - development of current and future SME - development of applications downstream of the space business • We need to collaborate in new ways • Important to work on a plan on how to proceed after RIT.
  9. 9. “Ongoing evaluation” (3/3) Report 1 made by Oxford Research • Some interesting challenges: - to get SMEs from the whole region involved - to involve other parts within LTU (not only those in Kiruna) - to stimulate technology transfer and cross fertilization - to work on IP and the rights to new knowledge/technology - to strengthen horizontal criteria - to get financiers and venture capitalists involved • Your personal contribution is most valuable!
  10. 10. Late braking news • ExoMars 2016 • Satellite launches from Esrange
  11. 11. Space Innovation Forum 3 19-20 October 2016 Olle Persson
  12. 12. Centre of Exellence • Close cooperation with external partners • Platform for external funding and projects • Use of knowledge, competence and resources • Strengthen the university's role as a resource for the community • Academic depth and width
  13. 13. Marta-Lena Antti Reza Emami Anna Öhrwall Rönnbäck Thomas Kuhn Maria-Paz Zorzano MierJavier Martin TorresPeter Törlind Jaap van de Beek Supervisors RIT
  14. 14. Marta-Lena Antti Reza Emami Anna Öhrwall Rönnbäck Peter Törlind Supervisors Graduate School Ichiro MinamiMagnus GustavssonHans Nilsson Eugenia Belova Gabriella Stenberg Vinit Parida Thomas Kuhn Maria-Paz Zorzano MierJavier Martin Torres Jaap van de Beek Jana Mendrok Mathias MilzRikard Slapak Lars-Göran Westerberg Robert PersonJohan Kero Mattias Grahn Peter Völger
  15. 15. 20 PhD students - 180 graduate students
  16. 16. New collaborations since the start Student projects: - IIP Instantaneous impact point (SSC) - Student course at Esrange - Student course with ARDUINO - Rexus/Bexus student projects Project course: SALACIA (Rexus) PhD courses: - Product innovation with space applications - Product management with ESA focus - Project course (cross disciplinary) Scientific instrument: - Omnisys: HABIT (ExoMars 2020) FoU projekt: - OHB Sweden: Evaluation of Electromagnetic drive - OHB Sweden: Improved Xenon Gauging Method for telecom spacecraft - Open Cosmos : QB50 NanoSatellite - RUAG: Concurrent engineering for computers on a chip - ARDUINO: Certify devices for space Collaboration academy – space companies - SSC - OHB - NanoSpace - GKN - Open Cosmos (New) - Omnisys (new) - RUAG (New) Collaboration with regional SME - Coonex Engineering - M66 - Kimit AB - VTT
  17. 17. WP2 – Innovation Projects Marta-Lena Antti Anna Öhrwall Rönnbäck Pär Johansson
  18. 18. Graduate School of Space Technology • 15 years, collaboration with IRF. • 38 PhDs so far, > 270 publications. • 3rd round of graduate school. Started 2015. 19 PhD-students enrolled. • 6 research subjects: Onboard Space Systems, Atmospheric Science, Product Innovation, Applied Physics, Engineering Materials. + Co-supervisors from Chemical Technology, Entrepreneurship and Innovation, Signal Processing • Common courses (30 hp), 1 workshop per year
  19. 19. Workshop in Abisko
  20. 20. PhD students at LTU, Campus Kiruna : • Rikard Ottemark (Onboard Space Systems) • Moses Browne (Onboard Space Systems) • Kanika Garg (Onboard Space Systems) • Tobias Roos (Onboard Space Systems) • Sumeet Satpute (Onboard Space Systems) • Chris Nieto (Onboard Space Systems) • Veronika Wolf (Atmospheric Science) • Teresa Mendaza-de-Cal (Atmospheric Science) • Rita Kajtar (Atmospheric Science) • Maryam Jamali (Atmospheric Science) • Sandra Vázquez-Martín (Atmospheric Science) • Alvaro Soria Salinas (Atmospheric Science)
  21. 21. PhD students at LTU Campus Luleå: • Magnus Neikter (Engineering Materials) • Erik Nyberg (Machine Elements) • Wissam Fakhardji (Applied Physics) • Christo Dordlofva (Product Innovation) • Angelica Lindwall (Product Innovation) PhD students at IRF: • Etienne Behar (Onboard Space Systems) • Audrey Schillings (Atmospheric Science)
  22. 22. Collaboration with space industry • GKN Aerospace Engine Systems • SSC, Swedish Space Corporation • RUAG Space • NanoSpace / GOMspace • OHB Sweden • Omnisys • … Course Introduction to space technology
  23. 23. “Fly your thesis”-final at ESTEC, Holland ESAS Parabolic Flight Campaign, Rita Edit Kajtar, Álvaro Tomás Soria Salinas and Teresa Mendaza de Cal, PhD students in Atmospheric Science, and Master student Filip Jensen Improve accuracy in measurements of propellant content in spacecrafts’ tanks throughout operation.
  24. 24. Innovations WorkshopsVisit space companies. Additive manufacturing (3D-printing). Opportunities investigated.
  25. 25. A course example Project Management with ESA-focus: Peter Berlin, 45-years experience of space business, project management of large satellite programmes at ESA and Inmarsat. • PhD students make business plan, start private company, looking for investment money • Panel from space industry and simulated investors • Idea 1: artificial Northern Light for tourists • Idea 2: distribution of 10 cubesats in different orbits, by a Vega satellite • Previous idea: “Phunix” - funeral in form of ashes becoming a shooting star (“stjärnfall”)
  26. 26. Product Innovation for Space Applications • Product = goods, services and combinations • Innovation – Methods to take an idea to innovation – Systems engineering & concurrent engineering • Companies in a central role • 7,5 hp February-June 2016 • Space Forum (Rymdforum) May 8- 10, 2016, as part of the course
  27. 27. Space Innovation Forum 3 19-20 October 2016 Johanna Bergström-Roos, Project Manager
  28. 28. WP 3 – the Innovation Eco System • Identify actors within the regional innovation ecosystem • Develop cooperation between relevant actors • Initiate and develop an innovation ecosystem for the space sector • Arrange creative venues for stakeholders in the space sector • Capture potential business ideas • Verify and develop these ideas • Develop methods and processes for innovation and commercialization Johanna Bergström-Roos
  29. 29. Innovation Support System Johanna Bergström-Roos LTU Business Jens Lundström ABI/ESA-BIC Joakim Enerstam ABI/ESA-BIC Tommy Lahti Progressum Pär Johansson LTU Business Ann-Christin Samuelsson Kiruna Kommun Mattias Gustafsson LTU Business Anna Öhrwall Rönnbäck LTU Peter Törlind LTU "We build an innovation ecosystem for the space industry that identify and supports business ideas and make them successful."
  30. 30. Upcoming activities within WP3 • Space Innovation Workshop in Kiruna/Abisko, November 25-26 led by Anna Öhrwall Rönnbäck and Peter Öhrwall at LTU Open workshop: Space meets Kiruna Urban Transformation • Workshop ”Successful Space Eco System”, November 28-29 led by Magnus Klofsten at Oxford Research Closed workshop: RIT Project Group and RIT Steering Committee Aurora Sky Station Anna Öhrwall Rönnbäck Peter Törlind Magnus Klofsten

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