Space IGS 2013:
Accelerating Space-Enabled Growth
Andy Green 16th July 2013
Agenda
 Achievements
 Challenge
 Markets
 Recommendations
 Next Steps
Sector achievements in
the last 18 months
 Government
 UK Space Agency
 25% increase in ESA
funding
 ESA Directorate a...
Industry achievements in
the last 18 months
 Hylas 2 in service, Hylas 3 ordered & Telecoms Gateway
operational at Goonhi...
UK Space Sector Definition
From the Size & Health of the UK Space Sector report by Oxford Economics, 2012
Historic Growth
The Space IGS 2013 Challenge
• Continuity of Space IGS 2010 ambition
• 10% of global space economy by 2030, which leads to...
Scale of the Challenge
• Near five-fold increase in the “down-stream” from £8bn to
£37bn by 2030
• Dramatically stimulate ...
The Virtuous Circle
Space
Economy
Space
Infrastructure
More
downstream
services
Economic
benefit
Upstream
investment
• Imp...
IGS Markets
game changing
services
e-connectivity
More efficient public
sector services
Climate & Environmental
Services
I...
IGS Markets
e-Connectivity
Direct to home TV
Fixed satellite broadband
Broadband to ships
Broadband to aircraft
Ubiquitous...
IGS Markets
Maritime geospatial services
Secure satellite communications
Galileo Public Regulated Service
Polar infrastruc...
IGS Markets
More efficient public
sector services
Multi-modal transport management
Smart cities/urban services for local g...
IGS Markets
game changing
services
Space tourism and small payload launch
Space planes
Low-cost LEO launch vehicles
Low co...
IGS Markets
Climate & Environmental
Services
Insurance & finance
Agriculture & food security
Environmental services
Weathe...
IGS Markets
Space Plane technologies
Indoor satellite navigation
Ultra low-cost platforms
High resolution remote sensing f...
IGS Markets
Space Plane technologies
Indoor satellite navigation
Ultra low-cost platforms
High resolution remote sensing f...
Satellite Broadband
 Vision
 Provide broadband to every rural community in
the world – an export market worth £29 billio...
Maritime Surveillance
 Vision
 Global monitoring of the world’s shipping for
safety and security purposes
 Multi £bn ma...
Location Based Services
 Vision
 Location-dependent data services are ubiquitous
in daily routine, seamlessly running wi...
Rail Transport
 Vision
 Satellite positioning will enable vastly improved
traffic capacity while reducing costs
 Satell...
Commercial Space Planes
• Vision
 Reduce the cost of launching satellites by 80%
 Launch on demand
 Transformational fo...
Headlines
£40bn
Promote the benefits of space
 B2B and B2G campaigns
 Engage service providers
Increase UK exports
 Foc...
Growth Outcomes
0
10
20
30
40
50
60
2000
2002
2004
2006
2008
2010
2012
2014
2016
2018
2020
2022
2024
2026
2028
2030
Year
R...
Next Steps
 Structured consultation process:
 17th September, Cardiff
 20th September, London
 24th September, Manches...
Conclusions
• First IGS focused on fundamental structures (UKSA, Harwell, ESA etc)
based on a review of market opportuniti...
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UK Space Conference IGS Presentation

  1. 1. Space IGS 2013: Accelerating Space-Enabled Growth Andy Green 16th July 2013
  2. 2. Agenda  Achievements  Challenge  Markets  Recommendations  Next Steps
  3. 3. Sector achievements in the last 18 months  Government  UK Space Agency  25% increase in ESA funding  ESA Directorate at Harwell  Satellite Applications Catapult  National Space Academy  Higher Apprenticeships in Space Engineering  Secured flight for UK Astronaut to ISS  Joint Government & Industry  National Space Technology Roadmaps & Funded Programme  TechDemoSat to launch Q3 2013  NovaSAR Space Radar & maritime surveillance project  Satellite Finance Network  Neosat next generation European telecoms platform  Solar Orbiter Spacecraft contract  UKube-1
  4. 4. Industry achievements in the last 18 months  Hylas 2 in service, Hylas 3 ordered & Telecoms Gateway operational at Goonhilly  GNSS/EGNOS precision approach to Alderney approved by CAA  Imminent AlphaSat launch - Europe’s largest telecoms satellite.  Galileo. 4 IOV satellites & Ground Control operational; FOC launch by end 2013, 4 payloads delivered.  e2v sensors on NASA’s Curiosity Mission to Mars and ESA ‘s Gaia star-mapping mission, launching end 2013  2 New constellations in build  DMC3 for China  Formosat 7 for Taiwan  Inmarsat selected for IRIS satellite precursor – communications component for Single European Sky ATM Research programme
  5. 5. UK Space Sector Definition From the Size & Health of the UK Space Sector report by Oxford Economics, 2012
  6. 6. Historic Growth
  7. 7. The Space IGS 2013 Challenge • Continuity of Space IGS 2010 ambition • 10% of global space economy by 2030, which leads to: • 100,000 new jobs • £40 billion UK space-enabled turnover by 2030 • Differentiator • IGS 2010 was focussed on fundamental structures & investment • IGS 2013 is focussed on space services & applications to drive economic growth in the broader economy, providing: • An enabling ‘eco-system’ • New infrastructure that will be needed for these markets • Challenge • Achieving sustained growth within the space economy now requires focus across a number of different areas: • A cultural change: Looking outwards not inwards • Increase in uptake of services in external markets, exploiting data from space, creating new value chains • Maximised use of existing infrastructure to address immediate opportunities
  8. 8. Scale of the Challenge • Near five-fold increase in the “down-stream” from £8bn to £37bn by 2030 • Dramatically stimulate the broader market for space services and data • Create / attract & anchor new space services & applications companies in the UK • Grow existing UK space services & applications companies • Maximise UK involvement in operating major institutional infrastructure • Triple size of the “up-stream” from £1bn per annum to £3bn per annum by 2030 • Innovative manufacturing – adopting new technology more quickly • Develop disruptive ‘game changing’ technology • Growing the number of SMEs in the supply chain • Maximise UK involvement in building major institutional infrastructure
  9. 9. The Virtuous Circle Space Economy Space Infrastructure More downstream services Economic benefit Upstream investment • Improved infrastructure is crucial for down-stream services • UK can grow the downstream faster if it clusters manufacturing, academia and services • Balance technology push with market need
  10. 10. IGS Markets game changing services e-connectivity More efficient public sector services Climate & Environmental Services IGS Markets
  11. 11. IGS Markets e-Connectivity Direct to home TV Fixed satellite broadband Broadband to ships Broadband to aircraft Ubiquitous m2m Location based services [ gaming/synthetic environments Managing unmanned vehicles (RPVs) and hosted payloads Seamless personal communications Energy use monitoring & management transport Backhaul (mobile, fixed, broadcast) Telemedicine & assisted living IGS Markets
  12. 12. IGS Markets Maritime geospatial services Secure satellite communications Galileo Public Regulated Service Polar infrastructure for shipping & exploration Disaster & emergency response Space robustness services Maritime surveillance Maritime environment monitoring Removing space debris Space weather Space situational awareness IGS Markets
  13. 13. IGS Markets More efficient public sector services Multi-modal transport management Smart cities/urban services for local govt. Energy infrastructure services Road transport Air traffic Rail transport IGS Markets
  14. 14. IGS Markets game changing services Space tourism and small payload launch Space planes Low-cost LEO launch vehicles Low cost access to space Persistent surveillance Power from space IGS Markets
  15. 15. IGS Markets Climate & Environmental Services Insurance & finance Agriculture & food security Environmental services Weather forecasting Climate applications Carbon monitoring & modelling Environmental policy IGS Markets
  16. 16. IGS Markets Space Plane technologies Indoor satellite navigation Ultra low-cost platforms High resolution remote sensing from GEO Large integrated constellations in LEO Miniaturised antennas for consumer/m2m devices Fractionated satellites High altitude atmospheric platforms (HAP/HALE) In-orbit power generation & transmission Game changing technologies & infrastructure
  17. 17. IGS Markets Space Plane technologies Indoor satellite navigation Ultra low-cost platforms High resolution remote sensing from GEO Large integrated constellations in LEO Miniaturised antennas for consumer/m2m devices Fractionated satellites High altitude atmospheric platforms (HAP/HALE) In-orbit power generation & transmission Game changing technologies & infrastructure game changing services e-Connectivity More efficient public sector services Climate & Environmental Services Maritime geospatial services Secure satellite communications Galileo PRS Polar infrastructure for shipping & exploration Disaster & emergency response Space robustness services Maritime surveillance Maritime environment monitoring Removing space debris Space weather Space situational awareness Multi-modal transport management Smart cities/urban services for local govt. Energy infrastructure services Space tourism and small payload launch Space planes Low-cost LEO launch vehicles Low cost access to space Persistent surveillance Power from space IGS Markets Insurance & finance Agriculture & food security Environmental services Weather forecasting Climate applications Carbon monitoring & modelling Environmental policy Direct to home TV Fixed satellite broadband e4: broadband to ships e3: broadband to aircraft Ubiquitous m2m Location based services [ gaming/synthetic environments Managing unmanned vehicles (RPVs) and hosted payloads Seamless personal communications Energy use monitoring & management transport Backhaul (mobile, fixed, broadcast) Telemedicine & assisted living Road transport Air traffic Rail transport
  18. 18. Satellite Broadband  Vision  Provide broadband to every rural community in the world – an export market worth £29 billion p.a  Enable Governments across EU to achieve the Digital Agenda targets for 2015 and 2020.  A platform to deliver innovative internet services such as Telemedicine, e-learning and e-Commerce  Specific opportunity for UK companies  Satellite broadband to markets in Europe, Middle East, Africa, South America and Asia Pacific  Requires the following UK actions to realise opportunity at scale  Better access to spectrum and orbital slots
  19. 19. Maritime Surveillance  Vision  Global monitoring of the world’s shipping for safety and security purposes  Multi £bn market by 2030  Specific opportunity for UK companies  To provide monitoring services combining the UK’s existing capabilities in low-cost satellites, synthetic aperture radar and AIS detection  Builds on UK’s leading role in global maritime and security services e.g. NMIC, Lloyd’s, UK MoD  Requires the following UK actions to realise opportunity at scale  Applications research: Catapult & Industry  Develop initial services using first NovaSAR-S mission
  20. 20. Location Based Services  Vision  Location-dependent data services are ubiquitous in daily routine, seamlessly running without user intervention  Access a market growing at over 20% p.a. and expected to reach €80bn globally by 2020  Specific opportunity for UK companies  Increase uptake of location based services towards business and government  Integrate space with terrestrial services  This is a broad category covering many aspects  Advertising and social networking  Transport, navigation and mobility  Gaming (and serious gaming), Simulation  Requires the following UK actions to realise opportunity at scale  Exploit links between SA- and CDE- catapults  Recognise downstream as a credible space economy activity
  21. 21. Rail Transport  Vision  Satellite positioning will enable vastly improved traffic capacity while reducing costs  Satellite communications will provide high-speed connectivity  Specific opportunity for UK companies  Development and installation of train-borne equipment  Creation of applications and services for the many rail stakeholders  Space inclusion into the ERTMS programme  Requires the following UK actions to realise opportunity  Facilitate pilot projects between rail and space sectors  Build confidence that space can be used  Address the high integrity rail requirements to ensure safety
  22. 22. Commercial Space Planes • Vision  Reduce the cost of launching satellites by 80%  Launch on demand  Transformational for the space sector. • Specific opportunity for UK companies  Commercial space flight operations for Commercial and Governmental customers • Requires the following UK actions to realise opportunity  Joint industry / Government development to lock innovative manufacturing opportunity in the UK  Establish regulatory environment for space planes  Develop UK spaceport infrastructure
  23. 23. Headlines £40bn Promote the benefits of space  B2B and B2G campaigns  Engage service providers Increase UK exports  Focus on high growth markets  Invest in international marketingStimulate SMEs across regions Improve supply of finance, information skills & industry support Regulate supportively Attract inward investment Reduce regulatory barriers Implement the IGS actions Identify a team, reporting to SLC Ensure ownership by all stakeholders Influence internationally Secure greater influence in EU Collaborate with space nations Drive game-changing technologies To reduce cost of space services Target investments to opportunities
  24. 24. Growth Outcomes 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 2000 2002 2004 2006 2008 2010 2012 2014 2016 2018 2020 2022 2024 2026 2028 2030 Year Revenues,£billion 10% Growth 7% Growth 3% Growth Space Revenues Target: 10% of global economy, currently £40 billion Interim target, £19 billion by 2020
  25. 25. Next Steps  Structured consultation process:  17th September, Cardiff  20th September, London  24th September, Manchester  26th September, Belfast  27th September, Edinburgh  2nd October, Webinar event  Final report published and event 22nd October in London  Contacts for immediate feedback:  Mark Stevens mark.stevens@astrium.eads.net 07887 826188  Robert Waters robert.waters@ukspaceagency.bis.gsi.gov.uk 07967 148405  Provide views via the survey tool at the UK Space Agency stand
  26. 26. Conclusions • First IGS focused on fundamental structures (UKSA, Harwell, ESA etc) based on a review of market opportunities & barriers • Market opportunities have been quantified and the barriers and competitive position are understood • Challenge now is to accelerate investment in selected space infrastructure and applications which engage with the broader economy to drive economic growth • Key actions have been identified for all the UK space stakeholders to clear the path to growth • Growth targets are achievable if all space stakeholders come together to seize this opportunity now

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