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SMi Group Proudly Presents...
Space Week
CONFERENCE:
27th - 30th
APRIL
2020
Conference Chairs:
	Mr Roger Hunter, Program Manager, Small Spacecraft
and Technology Program, NASA
	Dr Stuart Eves, Director, SJE Space
Speakers Include:
	Professor Isaac Ben Israel, Chairman, Israeli Space
Agency
	Mr Gary Lay, Director of Strategic Opportunities, Surrey
Satellite Technology
	Mrs Charlene Jacka, Branch Chief Engineer, Small
Satellite Portfolio, AFRL, US Air Force
	Ms KiMar Gartman, Catalyst Space Accelerator
Program Director, Catalyst Campus for Technology and
Innovation
	Mr Tim Rush, Senior Vice President, US Space,
Gallagher Aerospace
	Mr David Hinkley, Senior Project Leader Small Satellite
Department xLab, Aerospace Corporation
	Ms Merissa Velez, Attorney Advisor, Federal
Communications Commission
	Mr Thomas Welter, Head of Regulatory Affairs and Orbit/
Spectrum Resources, Agence Nationale des Fréquences
(ANFR)
	Mr Chuen Chern Loo, Head Space Registration and
Publication Division, International Telecommunication
Union
	 Mr Per Lundahl Thomsen, Chief Adviser, DTU Space
	Professor Christopher Newman, Professor of Space Law
 Policy, Northumbria University
	Ms Shagun Sachdeva, Senior Analyst, Northern Sky
Research (NSR)
	Mr Grzegorz Zwolinski, Chief Operating Officer,
SatRevolution
	Mr Andy Vick, Head of Disruptive Technology, RAL
Space
	 Mr Tyler Diaz, CEO, Stara Space
	Dr Chris Brunskill, Head of Access to Space, Satellite
Applications Catapult
Conference: 27th - 28th Workshop: 29th April 2020
The inaugural...
Small
Satellites
Conference Chair:
	Squadron Leader (Ret’d) Ralph Dinsley, Associate 
Founder, Reflecting Space
Host Nation Speakers Include:
	Wing Commander Alun Walton, Station Commander,
RAF Fylingdales, Royal Air Force
	Ms Emily Mills, Domestic Space Surveillance and Tracking
Lead, UK Space Agency
	Mr Andy Ash, SSA Lead, Cyber Information Systems
Division, Dstl
	Mr Simon Machin, Met Office, Space Weather
Programme Manager, MOSWOC, UK Met Office
US Speakers Include:
	Major General (Ret’d) Robert D. Rego, Strategic Missions
Adviser to the Commander, US STRATCOM*
	Dr Jamie Stearns, Space Control Mission Lead, Space
Vehicles Directorate, AFRL, US Air Force
	Dr Brendan Mulvaney, Director, China Aerospace Studies
Institute, US Air Force
	Mr Robert Rutledge, Lead, Space Weather Forecast
Office, Space Weather Prediction Centre, US National
Weather Service, NOAA
	Mr Kevin M. O Connell, Director, Office of Space
Commerce, U.S. Department of Commerce*
International Speakers Include:
	Brigadier General Friedrich Teichmann, Director,
Geospation Institute, Austrian MoD
	Lieutenant Colonel Walter Villadei, Chief, SSA and SST,
Italian Air Force
	Squadron Leader Joshua Fitzmaurice, Staff Officer
Surveillance of Space, AFHQ Director of ISR, EW and
Space, Royal Australian Air Force
	Major Michel Bulte, NL Liaison at the German Space
Situational Awareness Centre, Royal Netherlands Air Force
	Dr Hauke Fiedler, Team Leader Space Situational
Awareness, German Space Operations Centre (DLR)
	Mr Eugene Avenant, Chief Engineer, Space Operations,
South African National Space Agency (SANSA)
	Mr Pascal Faucher, Chair, SST,
CNES
	Mr Mark Dickinson, Chairman,
Space Data Association
	Mr Tim Flohrer, Space Debris Analyst, Co-Lead Space
Surveillance and Tracking Segment, Space Situational
Awareness Programme, ESA*
Conference: 29Th - 30Th April 2020
The 15th Annual...
Military Space
Situational Awareness
Disruptive Approaches to Space:
How to Work with JHub
Workshop Leader: Squadron Leader Adrian Holt, Innovation
Scout, JHub, UK MoD 08.30 - 12.15
HALF-DAY POST CONFERENCE WORKSHOP
Wednesday 29th APRIL 2020,
Holiday Inn Kensington Forum, London, UK
To register please contact:
Alia Malick on +44 (0) 207 827 6168 	 amalick@smi-online.co.uk
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Dear Colleagues,
It is with great pleasure that we invite you to participate at the SMi Group’s Space Week, which will bring
together key stakeholders from across the space sector here in London. Launched in conjunction with our
Space and Satellite Division - announced at 2019’s Global MilSatCom - there will be 4 interactive days of
briefs and exhibition to explore how we are developing the enterprise and taming the final frontier.
Space Week will consist of the Small Satellites Conference, being held from the 27th - 28th April and the
Military Space Situational Awareness Conference just after on the 29th - 30th April.
Exploring both the proliferation of small, nano and cube satellites and their implications for future terrestrial
capabilities; and the growing emphasis on how we track and manage assets and debris mitigation efforts
to protect the domain for future.
Featuring 35+ expert speakers, an anticipated total of 200+ attendees and a diverse array of exhibitors
and solution providers - space week will provide an unmissable end to April for everyone that works space.
Yours faithfully,
The SMi Group Space and Satellite Division
Small Satellites Day One Agenda	 PAGE 3
Small Satellites Day Two Agenda	 PAGE 4
Military Space Situational Awareness
Day One Agenda		 PAGE 5
Military Space Situational Awareness
Day Two Agenda		 PAGE 6
Small Satellites
Workshop Agenda and Infographic 	 PAGE 7
Registration Page		 PAGE 8
CONTENTS
Ben Toye
Senior Conference Producer
SMi Group Proudly Presents...
Space Week
CONFERENCES:
27th - 30th
APRIL
2020
Alia Malick
Director, Space and
Satellites Division
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Shannon Cargan
Marketing Manager
Day One | 27th April 2020 	 www.small-satellites.com
Dear Colleagues,
As the demand for additional bandwidth from space based communications,
PNT and other capabilities has grown and the incredible small satellite revolution
it has prompted has seen a wholesale change in our approach to future space.
Hence, the importance of the inaugural Small Satellites conference – which
acknowledge the growing importance of this key enabler.
With a growing array of players entering the small, nano and cube-sat markets, as
well as the emergence of new mega-constellations, there is a growing consensus
that a forum to consider best practise, regulatory principals, production and
operational lessons learnt to effectively utilise this resource.
This year’s conference, bringing together a host of military, space agencies,
regulators, emerging space companies, established industry, key opinion leaders
and end users provides a fantastic opportunity to raise questions and share
experience and knowledge.
I am honoured to chair this important event and I look forward to seeing you in
April in London.
	 Dr Stuart Eves,
	 Director,
	 SJE Space
08.00 	 Registration  Coffee
08.45	 Chairman’s Opening Remarks
	Dr Stuart Eves,
Director, SJE Space
OPeNiNG KeYNOte aDDReSSeS
09.00 	 Israeli Small Satellite and Future Space Activities
	 •	Structure and organisational ownership of space activities: ISA
collaboration with the MoD to deliver capability
	 •	Samson: space autonomous mission for swarming and geolocating nano-
satellites – investment in the programme and current state of play
	 •	Resilience in small satellite constellations: key considerations and priorities
	 •	Israel – a powerhouse in space: priorities for the development of space
activities over the next 10 years
	 Professor Isaac Ben Israel, Chairman, Israeli Space Agency
09.30	 Session Reserved for Gold Sponsor
10.00	 30 Year’s of Firsts: Pioneering the Small Satellites Revolution
	 •	From the first small satellite UoSAT-1 to 5G enabling LEO Vantage Phase
1 – key history in the small satellite market development
	 •	End-to-end capability: designing, building, testing, launching and
operating the next generation of small satellites
	 •	How SSTL fits into the wider UK space cluster and the government space strategy
	 •	Promoting sustainable space: REMOVEDEBRIS and other initiatives aimed
at domain management
	 •	The next 30 years: what the small satellites revolution has next
	 Mr Gary Lay, Director of Strategic Opportunities, Surrey Satellite Technology
10.30	 Morning Coffee
11.00	 Session Reserved for Sponsor
Small Satellite aND FUtURe SPaCe iNSURaNCe
11.30 	 Risk and Insurance Landscape for Small Satellites – Emerging opportunities
and new paradigms for managing risk
	 •	 Risk profiles for operations in LEO and GEO
	 •	Liabilities with business in space under domestic and international
regulations and norms
	 •	Insurance coverages and buying considerations
	 •	How a robust insurance market for small satellites supports sector growth
	 Mr Tim Rush, Senior Vice President, US Space, Gallagher Aerospace
DiSRUPtiVe aPPROaCHeS tO SPaCe
12.00	 Transforming Space Capability
	 •	Proof of concept for S´wiatowid, KRAKsat and AMICal Sat
	 •	How new Cube and small satellites are transforming capability on the
ground
	 •	Continuing the satellite revolution – REC: Real-time Earth observation
Constellation
	 Mr Grzegorz Zwolinski, Chief Operating Officer, SatRevolution
12.30	Networking Lunch
13.30	Making the Impossible Possible: Exploiting Innovative Small Satellite Systems
to Revolutionise Access to Space
	 •	An overview of the work of RAL Space and how it fits into the wider ST
space approach
	 •	Disruptive technology case study: how constellations are driving the need
for optical communications and small sats are providing development
opportunities
	 •	Analysis of the rise of cubesats – what low cost systems mean for space
accessibility
	 •	Current RD into cutting edge payloads – the disruptive edge to future
space
	 •	Building ‘the triple helix’ for to enhance collaboration between industry,
government and academia
	 Mr Andy Vick, Head of Disruptive Technology, RAL Space
SPACE DATA
14.00	 Data, Networking and Security in Space
	 •	On demand space infrastructure – providing LEO enabled data relay,
storage and computation
	 •	Timelines for the constellation: Launching alpha network in Q4 2019,
commercial network to be available in 2020.
	 •	Networking and network security – multi-nodes for mission assurance
	 Mr Tyler Diaz, CEO, Stara Space
14.30	Afternoon Tea
15.00	Enabling access to New Data Sets: Analysis in the Small Satellites
Environment
	 •	The UK space and technology landscape: driving economic growth
through commercialisation of new satellite services
	 •	Energising the market, empowering technology and enabling business –
Satellite Catapult’s 2018-2023 plan for space growth
	 •	What proliferation of LEO small satellites means for future data analysis
and how to make sense of the big data sets provided
	 •	Delivering projects to support national growth through space enabled
data collection
	 Dr Chris Brunskill, Head of Access to Space, Satellite Applications Catapult
15.30	 Small Satellite Market Trends  Opportunities for the Space Industry
	 •	Technology demonstrations and orbit missions set for 2020 and beyond
	 •	How to ensure infrastructure keeps pace in a rapidly developing market
	 •	Manufacturing and launch considerations for small satellite mega-
constellations moving forward
	 •	STM and SSA for the next generation of space capability
	 •	Where next? Anticipated market developments and future opportunities
	 Ms Shagun Sachdeva, Senior Analyst, Northern Sky Research (NSR)
Closing Keynote Address
16.00	NASA’s Small Spacecraft Technology Program: Pushing the Boundaries of
Technology
	 •	Flight projects currently under development: NASA CubeSat missions
	 •	Integrated Solar Array and Reflectarray Antenna (ISARA) – mission
validation, in-orbit testing and utilisation in future high-bandwidth missions
	 •	In space command and control – demonstrations of coordinated
maneuver for CubeSats in LEO
	 •	Priorities for the development of the program and future pathfinder
projects planned
	Mr Roger Hunter, Program Manager, Small Spacecraft and Technology
Program, NASA
16.30	 Chair’s Closing Remarks and End of Day One
	Dr Stuart Eves,
Director, SJE Space
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08.15 	 Registration  Coffee
08.45	 Chairman’s Opening Remarks
	

Mr Roger Hunter, Program Manager, Small Spacecraft and Technology
Program, NASA
Opening Keynote Addresses
09.00 	 Applications for Small  Cube Satellites
	 •	AFRL’s Small Satellite Portfolio and how these assets can meet Air Force
objectives
	 •	Launch timelines for projects and recent successes various missions
	 •	Case studies in small and cube satellites in current use: functions,
material design and operational feedback
	 •	Work with Dstl and other international partners in building architectural
approaches for small satellite integration into the DoD architecture
	 •	Concluding thoughts: why partnerships for small and cubesats are
important and developing system integration
	 Mrs Charlene Jacka, Branch Chief Engineer, Small Satellite Portfolio, AFRL,
US Air Force
09.30	 Session Reserved for Sponsor
Rapid Prototyping and Go Fast Efforts in Small Satellites
10.00	 Driving Go Fast Efforts Across the Enterprise
	 •	Catalyst campus as a collaborative ecosystem for the development of
the space industry
	 •	Rapid prototyping and development: how the accelerating helps to
flexibly deliver cutting edge technologies
	 •	Feedback from the Catalyst Space Accelerator Demo Day
	 •	Where partnerships can be developed moving forward: key priorities
	 Ms KiMar Gartman, Catalyst Space Accelerator Program Director, Catalyst
Campus for Technology and Innovation
10.30	 Morning Coffee
11.00	 Prototyping at Aerospace’s xLab
	 •	The Aerospace Corporation develops advanced prototypes to shape
the next generation space enterprise
	 •	Aerospace’s miniature satellite program has pushed the boundaries
of kg-class spacecraft for 20 years
	 •	SMC 2.0 is using Aerospace xLab to prototype small satellite hardware
to advance responsive space capabilities amongst its allies
	 Mr David Hinkley, Senior Project Leader Small Satellite Department xLab,
Aerospace Corporation
Small Satellites REGULATION
11.30	 Satellite Regulation in the New Space Era
	Ms Merissa Velez, Attorney Advisor,
Federal Communications Commission
12.00	Networking Lunch
13.00	 Panel: Future Regulatory Approaches and Lessons we can Learn
	 •	Current view of the small satellites and LEO environment
	 •	Key trends in development – proliferation of mega-constellations and
what this means for regulation
	 •	Building a holistic international approach to small satellite regulation and
how these partnership will inform future guidelines
	 •	Licensing rules: building capability whilst supporting a sustainable
approach to space utilisation
	 Panellists:
	 Ms Merissa Velez, Attorney Advisor, Federal Communications Commission
	Mr Thomas Welter, Head of Regulatory Affairs and Orbit/Spectrum
Resources, Agence Nationale des Fréquences (ANFR)
	Mr Chuen Chern Loo, Head Space Registration and Publication Division,
International Telecommunication Union
13.45	Frequency Allocation and Small Satellite Licensing Requirements
	 •	An introduction to ANFR – frequency management responsibilities and
licensing
	 •	Co-coordination with other services and organisations: consultation
process with ARCEP and CNES
	 •	Management of future launch capabilities within France and pan-
European collaboration within the small satellite sector
	 •	Final concluding thoughts: maintaining a ‘go fast’ ethos to ensure
regulation maintains pace with technological developments
	 Mr Thomas Welter, Head of Regulatory Affairs and Orbit/Spectrum
Resources, Agence Nationale des Fréquences (ANFR)
14.15	Legal Frameworks for Spectrum Management
	 •	Spectrum access and use – MIFR records of current frequency
assignments
	 •	Current application processes within existing ITU radio regulations and
submission guidelines
	 •	What the emerging LEO mega constellations mean for frequency
allocations and how the ITU is keeping pace with changes
	 •	Decisions taken at WRC-19 related to small satellites
	 Mr Chuen Chern Loo, Head Space Registration and Publication Division,
International Telecommunication Union
14.45	Afternoon Tea
Analysis of Future Space
15.15	Lessons Learned for Collaboration in the Small Satellite Industry
	 •	What is the role of small, nano and cube satellites in providing earth
observation capability
		 - Ulloriaq and Ørted national satellites as case studies for the
development, launch and operation of Earth Observation missions
	 •	DTU’s integration into the ESA framework: where it can provide robust
national support in international missions
	 •	Technology integration in small vs large satellite buses – key considerations
	 •	The path moving forward – opportunity areas for an enhanced
collaborative approach in this mission area
	 Mr Per Lundahl Thomsen, Chief Adviser, DTU Space
15.45	 Governance of Space in the LEO Era
	 •	Framework for consideration – the emerging LEO small, nano and cube
sat markets
	 •	International, domestic and soft law – the principals enshrined at each
level
	 •	Where are we at and how is the landscape changing?
	 •	What the guidelines and codes of practise mean for commercial
operators
	 •	SSA and STM considerations within future small satellite governance
	 Professor Christopher Newman, Professor of Space Law  Policy,
Northumbria University
16.15	 Chair’s Closing Remarks and End of Day Two
	 Mr Roger Hunter, Program Manager, Small Spacecraft and Technology
Program, NASA
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Dear Colleagues,
As space has become more congested, contested and competitive, the need
for a forum within which we outline our collective approach to managing space
has become overwhelming. Hence, the importance of SMi’s 15th Annual Military
Space Situational Awareness conference – which acknowledges the strategic
importance of space situational awareness.
With an ever-increasing range of players entering the space domain as well
as the emergence of disruptive industry players launching new LEO mega-
constellations there is a growing consensus that we need to establish a framework
for engagement in space governance – utilising effective Space Surveillance and
Tracking – to achieve these aims.
This yearly conference, bringing together military experts, government space
agencies, industry leaders and disruptors alongside academics and key-opinion
leaders, represents a fantastic opportunity to raise questions and share experience
and knowledge in a leading, internationally recognised forum.
Having attended this SMi conference for the last 4 years, I believe that this meeting
is the best of its kind in Europe. Hence, I am honoured to be able to chair it for the
second year in a row.
I look forward to seeing you in April in London.
Squadron Leader (Ret’d)
Ralph “Dinz” Dinsley,
Associate,
Reflecting Space
Military Space Situational Awareness
Day One 29th April 2020 	 www.military-space.com
08.00	Registration  Coffee
08.50	 Chairman’s Opening Remarks
	Squadron Leader (Ret’d) Ralph ‘Dinz’ Dinsley, Associate  Founder,
Reflecting Space
Host Nation Opening Addresses
09.00 	 HOST NATION OPENING ADDRESS
	“We Are Watching” RAF Fylingdales: Supporting UK and Allied Space Operations
	 •	An introduction to the base capabilities and SSPAR (Solid State Phased Array
Radar) in operation
	 •	RAF Fylingdales as a key node within the US Space Surveillance Network and
its support for pan-allied SST
	 •	Cooperation with the SpOC to support their STM and manoeuvre efforts
	Wing Commander Alun Walton, Station Commander, RAF Fylingdales,
Royal Air Force
09.30	 The UK’s Approach to Space Situational Awareness
	 •	RAF Fylingdales as the centre-piece of UK SSA capability: providing
persistent vigilance to protect integral space assets
	 •	Collaboration with the UK Metoffice (MOSWOC) to monitor space
weather events and their impact on UK assets
	 •	How the Blackett Report is shaping the UK’s approach to SSA
	 •	Standing up and integration into the CSPOC – permanent
participation in a allied-wide approach to SSA
	 •	Feedback from other SSA lines of effort – Starbrook optical SSA, GNSS
EDDP and CAMRa
	 Session Reserved for RAF Air Capability
10.00	 Session Reserved for
	 Gold Sponsor ExoAnalytic
10.30	 Morning Coffee
11.00	UKSA Lines of Effort Within SSA
	 •	Current framework for space operations: SDSR 2015 and the Blackett
Review
	 •	Collaboration in SSA
	 •	Debris mitigation
	 •	Look Ahead
	Ms Emily Mills, Domestic Space Surveillance and Tracking Lead,
UK Space Agency
11.30	 Phantom Echoes
	 •	Report on work being undertaken within the 5-eyes community as part
of a collaborative SSA experiment called Phantom Echoes
	 •	Provide background to the experiment that aims to exploit sensors
and algorithms from each nation to enhance coalition SSA decision
making during GEO on-orbit servicing missions
	 •	Describe the collaborative environment established for Phantom Echoes
	 •	Present our progress and results generated to date. This includes
simulation of representative scenarios featuring a re-location in GEO
as well as real-world observations collected during the Northrop-
Grumen Mission Extension Vehicle (MEV) mission
	 •	Future plans for the collaboration and opportunities for wider
community involvement
	 Mr Andy Ash, SSA Lead, Cyber Information Systems Division, Dstl
12.00	 Session Reserved for Sponsor
12.30 	Networking Lunch
SSA in Support of Space Operations
13.30 	 Mitigating Space Weather Effects to Support Operations
	 •	Current space-based capabilities employed by the Austrian Armed
Forces: PNT, SATCOM and Remote Sensing
	 •	Risk analysis for space services: the impact of space weather on
services with particular reference to PNT
	 •	SSA as a benefit for critical infrastructure maintenance and at the
military tactical edge
	 •	Tactical space weather impact prediction and mitigation efforts
being undertaken
	Brigadier General Friedrich Teichmann, Director, Geospation Institute,
Austrian MoD
14.00	 SSA Activities in the APAC Region
	 •	SSA’s role in providing the mission assurance required for a 5th
Generation Air Force
	 •	SpaceFest: bringing together industry and academia to develop
Australia’s domestic SSA capabilities
	 •	Woomera test range at the centre stage for Australia’s ability to
detect and track space objects and assets
	 •	The Falcon Telescope Network (FTN) – collaboration with USAF
Academy in delivering a small aperture optical telescope system
	Squadron Leader Joshua Fitzmaurice, Staff Officer Surveillance of Space,
AFHQ Director of ISR, EW and Space, Royal Australian Air Force
Space Data and Cataloging Future Constellations
14.30	 PANEL: Space Data in Support of Effective SSA
	 •	Merging the commercial and military approaches to SSA
– the need to deliver data across the spectrum of operators
and provide a holistic approach
	 •	What A-SAT testing means for space data analysis and cataloguing
	 •	Big data and machine learning algorithms: what they mean for the
sector and our approach to SSA
	 •	Where collaborations and partnerships can streamline our approach
in the future
	Moderator:
	 Mr Mark Dickinson, Chairman, Space Data Association
	Panellists:
	 Senior Representative, Name to be Confirmed, ExoAnalytic Solutions
	Invited Panellists:
	 Mr Matt Cosby, CTO, Goonhilly Earth Station*
15.15	Afternoon Tea
Emerging Nations Space Situational Awareness
15.45	 SSA for Emerging Space Operations in Africa
	 •	An introduction to the South African space programme: plans for
development and where emerging space powers fit into the existing
paradigm
	 •	SATSA SBAS (Space Base Augmentation System) awareness and
training for SSA support
	 •	How SANSA is employing ground-based SST to support effective space
operations
	 •	Future priorities for the development of SSA capability in the context of
LEO constellation development
	Mr Eugene Avenant, Chief Engineer, Space Operations, South African
National Space Agency (SANSA)
European SSA Efforts
16.15	 Presentation Title to be Confirmed
	Dr Hauke Fiedler, Team Leader Space Situational Awareness,
German Space Operations Centre (DLR)
16.45	Updates on RNLAF Space Activities
	 •	Current SSA projects: radar  optical detection
	 •	BRIK-II – status of the RNLAF technical demonstrator nano-satellite
	 •	Ambition of the RNLAF Space Branch
	 Major Michel Bulte, NL Liaison at the German Space Situational
Awareness Centre, Royal Netherlands Air Force
Space Law
17.15	Enhancing Space Security Through Effective SSA
	 •	Current space dependency: applications reliant on satellite-based
capabilities
	 •	The space security system: legal and user environments in space,
cyber considerations and ground stations
	 •	Debris – occurrence, prevention and mitigation
		 -	 Active debris removal missions and efforts
		 -	 SST, regulation and debris prevention
	 •	Working groups and future lines of effort to maximise effective space security
	 Professsor Serge Plattard, Deputy Director, Space Domain, University
College London
17.45	 Chairs Closing Remarks and End of Day One
	 Squadron Leader (Ret’d) Ralph Dinsley, Associate  Founder,
Reflecting Space
18.00 	 Drinks Reception
	Hosted by Gold Sponsor ExoAnalytic
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08.30	Registration  Coffee
08.50	 Chair’s Opening Remarks
US SSA Perspectives
09.00 	 HOST NATION OPENING ADDRESS
	Space Situational Awareness and Management Within the New
Enterprise Framework
	 •	Transforming the approach towards an enterprise wide approach to
space within the US
		 -	Standing up of the SDA, creation of the SPACECOCOM and moves
towards a separate branch ‘Space Force’
	 •	What the new enterprise approach to space means for situational
awareness and STM
	 •	USAF transfer of SSA data to the Dept of Commerce: how the Unified
Data Library will build a more holistic approach to STM
	 •	How emerging LEO environments will transform the US approach to
SSA and STM
	Major General (Ret’d) Robert D. Rego, Strategic Missions Adviser to the
Commander, US STRATCOM*
	Mr Kevin M. O Connell, Director, Office of Space Commerce, U.S.
Department of Commerce*
09.30	AFRL Space Vehicles Directorate SSA Research
	 •	Basic research in new phenomenologies for object characterization
	 •	Collaborations with partner agencies to advance SSA to the entire
cis-lunar sphere
	 •	Highlights of international collaborations advancing object detection
and tracking
	 •	Concluding RD perspectives on the SSA environment and domain
developments 	
	Dr Jamie Stearns, Space Control Mission Lead, Space Vehicles
Directorate, AFRL, US Air Force
10.00	 Session Reserved for Sponsor
10.30	 Morning Coffee
11.00	 Session Reserved for Sponsor
11.30	 CREAM – ESA’s Proposal for Collision Risk Avoidance and Mitigation
	 •	Active collision avoidance as a routine task in space operations and
space surveillance data’s role in supporting this capability
	 •	Sustainability of the model: with an increasing need for manoeuvres –
the case for a more automated system
	 •	CREAM (Collision Risk Estimation and Automated Mitigation) current
progress of the programme and technology demonstrations
	 •	Reducing operator error, false alerts and time between close
approach and decision
	Mr Tim Flohrer, Space Debris Analyst, Co-Lead Space Surveillance and
Tracking Segment, Space Situational Awareness Programme, ESA*
12.00 	Networking Lunch
SST and Debris Mitigation
13.00 	Italian SST and STM Lines of Effort
	 •	STM for SICRAL and other major Italian space enterprises
	 •	Optical and laser based monitoring of space assets: value and
infrastructure priorities moving forward
	 •	Key priorities for the Italian Air Force moving forward – delivering future
capability
	 •	Integrating responsible approach to space development: deorbiting
processes for new satellite assets
	Lieutenant Colonel Walter Villadei, Chief, SSA and SST, Italian Air Force
13.30	 The EU’s SST Consortium Framework
	 •	Political framework for the EU SST consortium – Decision 541/2014
	 •	Utilising sovereign national capability within a dual use system of
systems for enhanced SST
	 •	Collaboration within the consortium: member agencies and
coordination of efforts
	 •	Service provision model and the enhancement of the sensor network
	 •	Development of a European catalogue and considerations for data
sharing
	 Mr Pascal Faucher, Chair, SST, CNES
14.00	 Presentation Title to be Confirmed
	Mr Matt Cosby, Chief Technical Officer,
Goonhilly Earth Station*
Space Weather
14.30	 The MOSWOC in Support of Space Operations
	 •	Space weather as a driver for the communication, navigation and
earth observation tools applied on the ground
	 •	SWPC MoU and shared capability development and training with
NOAA
	 •	An introduction to the MOSWOC: integration with the Met Office
Operations Centre and modelling and analysis conducted
	 •	Risk mitigation from extreme space weather events and its role in
enhancing space security
	Mr Simon Machin, Met Office, Space Weather Programme Manager,
MOSWOC, UK Met Office
15.00	Afternoon Tea
15.30	 Monitoring Space Weather as a Key Enabler for Holistic SSA
	 •	Activity trends in space weather events – major solar events and its
impact on LEO and GEO assets
	 •	Geospace modelling for predictions of solar winds and space weather
forecasting
	 •	PSR and SSR surveillance and NOAA’s partnership with other state
agencies to support ongoing space activities
	 •	An introduction to NOAA’s space weather prediction centre and the
role it provides within the framework of the US SSA network
	Mr Robert Rutledge, Lead, Space Weather Forecast Office, Space
Weather Prediction Centre, US National Weather Service, NOAA
A-SAT Considerations for SSA
16.00	Operating Against Near-Peer Adversaries: Implications for SSA
	 •	Current contested, competitive and congested landscape for space:
what this means in a near-peer environment
	 •	Understanding China’s ASAT and space capabilities and what it
means for the NATO-aligned space warfighting doctrine
	 •	How effective space situational awareness can provide effective
balance to peer-adversary capability
	 •	Potential for future satellite based active protection systems
	Dr Brendan Mulvaney, Director, China Aerospace Studies Institute, US Air
Force
16.30	 Chairs Closing Remarks and End of Day Two
Register online at www.military-space.com
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This half day session will delve into how JHub
connects world class technology and talent
to military users. Exploring how JFC is rapidly
accelerating pilots into across key mission
areas across space in LEO, MEO, HEO and
ground infrastructure. This interactive session
will outline how to work with JHub and the JFC
innovation board.
About the Workshop Leader:
Innovation Scout, Adie Holt, is responsible for
finding world class technology and talent and
delivering it rapidly into the hands of military
users.
Adie, an RAF Engineer, has worked on some of
Defence’s most exciting capital procurement
projects including Harrier GR7, Tornado F3,
Typhoon and A400M programmes as well as its
major IT rollouts. Rarely satisfied with the status
quo and a natural disruptor, Adie was selected
to help establish the Joint Force Command
Innovation Unit, the jHub in 2017. The model he
helped to introduce is proving to be one of the
most disruptive and effective in Defence.
Adie also supports his wife’s business, enjoys
running, Krav Maga (not sure if enjoy is the right
phrase) and Lego (he has a young boy).
About the Organisation:
The jHub is Joint Force Command/Strategic
Command’s primary innovation Unit. In its first
30 months the jHub created an effective model
which has delivered many new capabilities
to Defence. On this journey, the jHub has
learned from elite teams and some of the most
innovative organisations in the world to identify
universal lessons for innovation. The Team is
now expanding its remit and scale in order to
realise more strategically aligned benefit with
a particular focus on space and information
advantage.
Why you should attend
•	This workshop is a must attend for anyone
looking to work with accelerator and rapid
prototyping organizations
•	Learn about the UK’s approach to system
of systems procurement and space priorities
for UK MoD
•	Providing practical insights into JHub’s
target of delivering pilots within 30 days and
what these agile new business practices
mean for industry
•	Understand the future strategic direction
and strategy for the UK and the alliance
Programme:
08.30	 Workshop Registration
08.45	 Workshop Opening Remarks and Introduction
09.00	An introduction to JHub
		 •	JHubs role in generating new ideas and
solutions for the MoD
		 •	JHub in action – case studies on delivering
new capabilities through space-based
enablers
09.45	Break/Coffee
10.15	 JHubs Strategic Vision
		 •	Quarterly board meetings for successful pilots
and development into new capability
		 •	JFC’s innovation charter moving forward
11.00	Break/Coffee
11.30	How to do Business with JHub
		 •	How to apply to work within the pilot
schemes
		 •	Final concluding comments
12.15	 Close of workshop
Disruptive Approaches to Space: How to Work with JHub
Small Satellites
www.small-satellites.com
Half-Day POST-Conference Workshop
Wednesday 29th April 2020, Holiday Inn Kensington Forum, London, UK
Workshop Leader:
Squadron Leader Adrian Holt,
Innovation Scout, JHub, UK MoD
1. Launch new products or services at Military Space Situational Awareness
and give your company the opportunity to share the latest solutions with a
senior audience
2. Educate the market on your company’s capability and make the business
case for how they can solve your potential customers’ challenges and
requirements
3. Build your brand so your solutions are in the mind of prospective clients
looking for solution providers to fulfil their needs
4. Meet and network with active buyers and, more importantly, senior decision
makers while there is still a chance to influence their purchase decision
5. Generate new leads through meeting new prospects from a variety of new
countries and programmes
2019 Attendees by Organisation:BENEFITS OF SPONSORING:
2019 Attendees by Nation:
■ UK 36%
■ US 31%
■ Canada 2%
■ France 4%
■ Australia 2%
■ Germany 3%
■ Spain 1%
■ Pan-Europe 5%
■ Chile 2%
■ Sweden 2%
■ Italy 2%
■ Korea 2%
■ Poland 2%
■ Netherlands 2%
■ Norway 2%
■ Romania 2%
■ Japan 2%
■ UAE 1%
• Aerospace Corporation
• Airbus Defence and Space
• Analytical Graphics Inc
• Brazilian Air Force
• Canadian Armed Forces
• Cestrian Capital Research
• CGI
• CNES
• CSIRO Astronomy and Space
Science
• DLR Space Administration
• DSTL
• EU SatCen
• European Space Agency
• ExoAnalytic Solutions
• FACH (Chiliean AF)
• FOI Swedish Defence Research
Agency
• Fuerza Aerea de Chile
• Global VSAT Forum (GVF)
• GMV Innovating
Solutions Ltd
• Harris Corporation
• NATO HQ Allied Maritime
Command
• Italian Air Force
• JHU Applied Physics Laboratory
• Korea Astronomy and Space
Science Institute
• Kratos
• L3 Applied Defense Solutions
• LeoLabs, Inc.
• UK MET Office
• Polish Military University of
Technology
• Mitre Corporation
• Nanoavinics UK Ltd
• Northern Sky Research (NSR)
• Northern Space 
Security Ltd
• NorthStar Earth 
Space Inc.
• Northumbria University
• Norwegian Ministry of Defence
• OHB System
• Oneweb
• Pangaea Wire
• Polish Space Agency
• RAF
• RAF Fylingdales
• Rajant Corporation
• Raytheon UK
• RHEA Group
• Royal Netherlands Air Force
• Romanian Ministry of Defence
• Royal Australian Air Force
• Royal College of Defence
Studies
• Royal United Services Institute
(RUSI)
• US Air Force SAF/AQS
• SciSys UK Ltd
• Serco Ltd
• Serradata
• SES Networks
• SJE Space Ltd
• Sky Perfect JSAT Corporation
• STFC, RAL
• Surrey Space Centre
• Teledyne e2v
• Telespazio France
• Thales Netherlands BV
• U.S. Department of Commerce
• U.S. Strategic Command
• UAE GHQ
• UK Missile Defence Centre
• UK MOD
• UK Space Agency
• United Nations
• United States Air Force Academy
• University of Oxford/Air Force
Institute of Technology
• US Air Force
• US Air Force Space and Missile
Systems Centre
• Winston  Cooper Consulting
• Zodiac Data Systems
and many more!
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Space WEEK
Small Satellites Conference: Monday 27th to Tuesday 28th April 2020, Holiday Inn Kensington Forum, London, United Kingdom
Workshop: Wednesday 29th April 2020, Holiday Inn Kensington Forum, London, United Kingdom
Military Space Situational Awareness Conference: Wednesday 29th to Thursday 30th April 2020, Copthorne Tara Hotel, London, Kensington, United Kingdom
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Space Week 2020

  • 1. SMi Group Proudly Presents... Space Week CONFERENCE: 27th - 30th APRIL 2020 Conference Chairs: Mr Roger Hunter, Program Manager, Small Spacecraft and Technology Program, NASA Dr Stuart Eves, Director, SJE Space Speakers Include: Professor Isaac Ben Israel, Chairman, Israeli Space Agency Mr Gary Lay, Director of Strategic Opportunities, Surrey Satellite Technology Mrs Charlene Jacka, Branch Chief Engineer, Small Satellite Portfolio, AFRL, US Air Force Ms KiMar Gartman, Catalyst Space Accelerator Program Director, Catalyst Campus for Technology and Innovation Mr Tim Rush, Senior Vice President, US Space, Gallagher Aerospace Mr David Hinkley, Senior Project Leader Small Satellite Department xLab, Aerospace Corporation Ms Merissa Velez, Attorney Advisor, Federal Communications Commission Mr Thomas Welter, Head of Regulatory Affairs and Orbit/ Spectrum Resources, Agence Nationale des Fréquences (ANFR) Mr Chuen Chern Loo, Head Space Registration and Publication Division, International Telecommunication Union Mr Per Lundahl Thomsen, Chief Adviser, DTU Space Professor Christopher Newman, Professor of Space Law Policy, Northumbria University Ms Shagun Sachdeva, Senior Analyst, Northern Sky Research (NSR) Mr Grzegorz Zwolinski, Chief Operating Officer, SatRevolution Mr Andy Vick, Head of Disruptive Technology, RAL Space Mr Tyler Diaz, CEO, Stara Space Dr Chris Brunskill, Head of Access to Space, Satellite Applications Catapult Conference: 27th - 28th Workshop: 29th April 2020 The inaugural... Small Satellites Conference Chair: Squadron Leader (Ret’d) Ralph Dinsley, Associate Founder, Reflecting Space Host Nation Speakers Include: Wing Commander Alun Walton, Station Commander, RAF Fylingdales, Royal Air Force Ms Emily Mills, Domestic Space Surveillance and Tracking Lead, UK Space Agency Mr Andy Ash, SSA Lead, Cyber Information Systems Division, Dstl Mr Simon Machin, Met Office, Space Weather Programme Manager, MOSWOC, UK Met Office US Speakers Include: Major General (Ret’d) Robert D. Rego, Strategic Missions Adviser to the Commander, US STRATCOM* Dr Jamie Stearns, Space Control Mission Lead, Space Vehicles Directorate, AFRL, US Air Force Dr Brendan Mulvaney, Director, China Aerospace Studies Institute, US Air Force Mr Robert Rutledge, Lead, Space Weather Forecast Office, Space Weather Prediction Centre, US National Weather Service, NOAA Mr Kevin M. O Connell, Director, Office of Space Commerce, U.S. Department of Commerce* International Speakers Include: Brigadier General Friedrich Teichmann, Director, Geospation Institute, Austrian MoD Lieutenant Colonel Walter Villadei, Chief, SSA and SST, Italian Air Force Squadron Leader Joshua Fitzmaurice, Staff Officer Surveillance of Space, AFHQ Director of ISR, EW and Space, Royal Australian Air Force Major Michel Bulte, NL Liaison at the German Space Situational Awareness Centre, Royal Netherlands Air Force Dr Hauke Fiedler, Team Leader Space Situational Awareness, German Space Operations Centre (DLR) Mr Eugene Avenant, Chief Engineer, Space Operations, South African National Space Agency (SANSA) Mr Pascal Faucher, Chair, SST, CNES Mr Mark Dickinson, Chairman, Space Data Association Mr Tim Flohrer, Space Debris Analyst, Co-Lead Space Surveillance and Tracking Segment, Space Situational Awareness Programme, ESA* Conference: 29Th - 30Th April 2020 The 15th Annual... Military Space Situational Awareness Disruptive Approaches to Space: How to Work with JHub Workshop Leader: Squadron Leader Adrian Holt, Innovation Scout, JHub, UK MoD 08.30 - 12.15 HALF-DAY POST CONFERENCE WORKSHOP Wednesday 29th APRIL 2020, Holiday Inn Kensington Forum, London, UK To register please contact: Alia Malick on +44 (0) 207 827 6168 amalick@smi-online.co.uk @SMiGroupDefence www.small-satellites.com | www.military-space.com
  • 2. Dear Colleagues, It is with great pleasure that we invite you to participate at the SMi Group’s Space Week, which will bring together key stakeholders from across the space sector here in London. Launched in conjunction with our Space and Satellite Division - announced at 2019’s Global MilSatCom - there will be 4 interactive days of briefs and exhibition to explore how we are developing the enterprise and taming the final frontier. Space Week will consist of the Small Satellites Conference, being held from the 27th - 28th April and the Military Space Situational Awareness Conference just after on the 29th - 30th April. Exploring both the proliferation of small, nano and cube satellites and their implications for future terrestrial capabilities; and the growing emphasis on how we track and manage assets and debris mitigation efforts to protect the domain for future. Featuring 35+ expert speakers, an anticipated total of 200+ attendees and a diverse array of exhibitors and solution providers - space week will provide an unmissable end to April for everyone that works space. Yours faithfully, The SMi Group Space and Satellite Division Small Satellites Day One Agenda PAGE 3 Small Satellites Day Two Agenda PAGE 4 Military Space Situational Awareness Day One Agenda PAGE 5 Military Space Situational Awareness Day Two Agenda PAGE 6 Small Satellites Workshop Agenda and Infographic PAGE 7 Registration Page PAGE 8 CONTENTS Ben Toye Senior Conference Producer SMi Group Proudly Presents... Space Week CONFERENCES: 27th - 30th APRIL 2020 Alia Malick Director, Space and Satellites Division 2 Shannon Cargan Marketing Manager
  • 3. Day One | 27th April 2020 www.small-satellites.com Dear Colleagues, As the demand for additional bandwidth from space based communications, PNT and other capabilities has grown and the incredible small satellite revolution it has prompted has seen a wholesale change in our approach to future space. Hence, the importance of the inaugural Small Satellites conference – which acknowledge the growing importance of this key enabler. With a growing array of players entering the small, nano and cube-sat markets, as well as the emergence of new mega-constellations, there is a growing consensus that a forum to consider best practise, regulatory principals, production and operational lessons learnt to effectively utilise this resource. This year’s conference, bringing together a host of military, space agencies, regulators, emerging space companies, established industry, key opinion leaders and end users provides a fantastic opportunity to raise questions and share experience and knowledge. I am honoured to chair this important event and I look forward to seeing you in April in London. Dr Stuart Eves, Director, SJE Space 08.00 Registration Coffee 08.45 Chairman’s Opening Remarks Dr Stuart Eves, Director, SJE Space OPeNiNG KeYNOte aDDReSSeS 09.00 Israeli Small Satellite and Future Space Activities • Structure and organisational ownership of space activities: ISA collaboration with the MoD to deliver capability • Samson: space autonomous mission for swarming and geolocating nano- satellites – investment in the programme and current state of play • Resilience in small satellite constellations: key considerations and priorities • Israel – a powerhouse in space: priorities for the development of space activities over the next 10 years Professor Isaac Ben Israel, Chairman, Israeli Space Agency 09.30 Session Reserved for Gold Sponsor 10.00 30 Year’s of Firsts: Pioneering the Small Satellites Revolution • From the first small satellite UoSAT-1 to 5G enabling LEO Vantage Phase 1 – key history in the small satellite market development • End-to-end capability: designing, building, testing, launching and operating the next generation of small satellites • How SSTL fits into the wider UK space cluster and the government space strategy • Promoting sustainable space: REMOVEDEBRIS and other initiatives aimed at domain management • The next 30 years: what the small satellites revolution has next Mr Gary Lay, Director of Strategic Opportunities, Surrey Satellite Technology 10.30 Morning Coffee 11.00 Session Reserved for Sponsor Small Satellite aND FUtURe SPaCe iNSURaNCe 11.30 Risk and Insurance Landscape for Small Satellites – Emerging opportunities and new paradigms for managing risk • Risk profiles for operations in LEO and GEO • Liabilities with business in space under domestic and international regulations and norms • Insurance coverages and buying considerations • How a robust insurance market for small satellites supports sector growth Mr Tim Rush, Senior Vice President, US Space, Gallagher Aerospace DiSRUPtiVe aPPROaCHeS tO SPaCe 12.00 Transforming Space Capability • Proof of concept for S´wiatowid, KRAKsat and AMICal Sat • How new Cube and small satellites are transforming capability on the ground • Continuing the satellite revolution – REC: Real-time Earth observation Constellation Mr Grzegorz Zwolinski, Chief Operating Officer, SatRevolution 12.30 Networking Lunch 13.30 Making the Impossible Possible: Exploiting Innovative Small Satellite Systems to Revolutionise Access to Space • An overview of the work of RAL Space and how it fits into the wider ST space approach • Disruptive technology case study: how constellations are driving the need for optical communications and small sats are providing development opportunities • Analysis of the rise of cubesats – what low cost systems mean for space accessibility • Current RD into cutting edge payloads – the disruptive edge to future space • Building ‘the triple helix’ for to enhance collaboration between industry, government and academia Mr Andy Vick, Head of Disruptive Technology, RAL Space SPACE DATA 14.00 Data, Networking and Security in Space • On demand space infrastructure – providing LEO enabled data relay, storage and computation • Timelines for the constellation: Launching alpha network in Q4 2019, commercial network to be available in 2020. • Networking and network security – multi-nodes for mission assurance Mr Tyler Diaz, CEO, Stara Space 14.30 Afternoon Tea 15.00 Enabling access to New Data Sets: Analysis in the Small Satellites Environment • The UK space and technology landscape: driving economic growth through commercialisation of new satellite services • Energising the market, empowering technology and enabling business – Satellite Catapult’s 2018-2023 plan for space growth • What proliferation of LEO small satellites means for future data analysis and how to make sense of the big data sets provided • Delivering projects to support national growth through space enabled data collection Dr Chris Brunskill, Head of Access to Space, Satellite Applications Catapult 15.30 Small Satellite Market Trends Opportunities for the Space Industry • Technology demonstrations and orbit missions set for 2020 and beyond • How to ensure infrastructure keeps pace in a rapidly developing market • Manufacturing and launch considerations for small satellite mega- constellations moving forward • STM and SSA for the next generation of space capability • Where next? Anticipated market developments and future opportunities Ms Shagun Sachdeva, Senior Analyst, Northern Sky Research (NSR) Closing Keynote Address 16.00 NASA’s Small Spacecraft Technology Program: Pushing the Boundaries of Technology • Flight projects currently under development: NASA CubeSat missions • Integrated Solar Array and Reflectarray Antenna (ISARA) – mission validation, in-orbit testing and utilisation in future high-bandwidth missions • In space command and control – demonstrations of coordinated maneuver for CubeSats in LEO • Priorities for the development of the program and future pathfinder projects planned Mr Roger Hunter, Program Manager, Small Spacecraft and Technology Program, NASA 16.30 Chair’s Closing Remarks and End of Day One Dr Stuart Eves, Director, SJE Space Register online at www.small-satellites.com Small Satellites 3
  • 4. 08.15 Registration Coffee 08.45 Chairman’s Opening Remarks Mr Roger Hunter, Program Manager, Small Spacecraft and Technology Program, NASA Opening Keynote Addresses 09.00 Applications for Small Cube Satellites • AFRL’s Small Satellite Portfolio and how these assets can meet Air Force objectives • Launch timelines for projects and recent successes various missions • Case studies in small and cube satellites in current use: functions, material design and operational feedback • Work with Dstl and other international partners in building architectural approaches for small satellite integration into the DoD architecture • Concluding thoughts: why partnerships for small and cubesats are important and developing system integration Mrs Charlene Jacka, Branch Chief Engineer, Small Satellite Portfolio, AFRL, US Air Force 09.30 Session Reserved for Sponsor Rapid Prototyping and Go Fast Efforts in Small Satellites 10.00 Driving Go Fast Efforts Across the Enterprise • Catalyst campus as a collaborative ecosystem for the development of the space industry • Rapid prototyping and development: how the accelerating helps to flexibly deliver cutting edge technologies • Feedback from the Catalyst Space Accelerator Demo Day • Where partnerships can be developed moving forward: key priorities Ms KiMar Gartman, Catalyst Space Accelerator Program Director, Catalyst Campus for Technology and Innovation 10.30 Morning Coffee 11.00 Prototyping at Aerospace’s xLab • The Aerospace Corporation develops advanced prototypes to shape the next generation space enterprise • Aerospace’s miniature satellite program has pushed the boundaries of kg-class spacecraft for 20 years • SMC 2.0 is using Aerospace xLab to prototype small satellite hardware to advance responsive space capabilities amongst its allies Mr David Hinkley, Senior Project Leader Small Satellite Department xLab, Aerospace Corporation Small Satellites REGULATION 11.30 Satellite Regulation in the New Space Era Ms Merissa Velez, Attorney Advisor, Federal Communications Commission 12.00 Networking Lunch 13.00 Panel: Future Regulatory Approaches and Lessons we can Learn • Current view of the small satellites and LEO environment • Key trends in development – proliferation of mega-constellations and what this means for regulation • Building a holistic international approach to small satellite regulation and how these partnership will inform future guidelines • Licensing rules: building capability whilst supporting a sustainable approach to space utilisation Panellists: Ms Merissa Velez, Attorney Advisor, Federal Communications Commission Mr Thomas Welter, Head of Regulatory Affairs and Orbit/Spectrum Resources, Agence Nationale des Fréquences (ANFR) Mr Chuen Chern Loo, Head Space Registration and Publication Division, International Telecommunication Union 13.45 Frequency Allocation and Small Satellite Licensing Requirements • An introduction to ANFR – frequency management responsibilities and licensing • Co-coordination with other services and organisations: consultation process with ARCEP and CNES • Management of future launch capabilities within France and pan- European collaboration within the small satellite sector • Final concluding thoughts: maintaining a ‘go fast’ ethos to ensure regulation maintains pace with technological developments Mr Thomas Welter, Head of Regulatory Affairs and Orbit/Spectrum Resources, Agence Nationale des Fréquences (ANFR) 14.15 Legal Frameworks for Spectrum Management • Spectrum access and use – MIFR records of current frequency assignments • Current application processes within existing ITU radio regulations and submission guidelines • What the emerging LEO mega constellations mean for frequency allocations and how the ITU is keeping pace with changes • Decisions taken at WRC-19 related to small satellites Mr Chuen Chern Loo, Head Space Registration and Publication Division, International Telecommunication Union 14.45 Afternoon Tea Analysis of Future Space 15.15 Lessons Learned for Collaboration in the Small Satellite Industry • What is the role of small, nano and cube satellites in providing earth observation capability - Ulloriaq and Ørted national satellites as case studies for the development, launch and operation of Earth Observation missions • DTU’s integration into the ESA framework: where it can provide robust national support in international missions • Technology integration in small vs large satellite buses – key considerations • The path moving forward – opportunity areas for an enhanced collaborative approach in this mission area Mr Per Lundahl Thomsen, Chief Adviser, DTU Space 15.45 Governance of Space in the LEO Era • Framework for consideration – the emerging LEO small, nano and cube sat markets • International, domestic and soft law – the principals enshrined at each level • Where are we at and how is the landscape changing? • What the guidelines and codes of practise mean for commercial operators • SSA and STM considerations within future small satellite governance Professor Christopher Newman, Professor of Space Law Policy, Northumbria University 16.15 Chair’s Closing Remarks and End of Day Two Mr Roger Hunter, Program Manager, Small Spacecraft and Technology Program, NASA Register online at www.small-satellites.com MARKETING OPPORTUNITIES Are you interested in promoting your defence services to a targeted industry sector? SMi offer tailored marketing packages so that your association/publication can gain access to a global market and key decision makers in the defence market. Contact: Shannon Cargan, SMi Marketing on +44 (0) 20 7827 6138 or email: scargan@smi-online.co.uk Day Two | 28th April 2020 www.small-satellites.com Small Satellites 4 SUPPORTED BY
  • 5. Dear Colleagues, As space has become more congested, contested and competitive, the need for a forum within which we outline our collective approach to managing space has become overwhelming. Hence, the importance of SMi’s 15th Annual Military Space Situational Awareness conference – which acknowledges the strategic importance of space situational awareness. With an ever-increasing range of players entering the space domain as well as the emergence of disruptive industry players launching new LEO mega- constellations there is a growing consensus that we need to establish a framework for engagement in space governance – utilising effective Space Surveillance and Tracking – to achieve these aims. This yearly conference, bringing together military experts, government space agencies, industry leaders and disruptors alongside academics and key-opinion leaders, represents a fantastic opportunity to raise questions and share experience and knowledge in a leading, internationally recognised forum. Having attended this SMi conference for the last 4 years, I believe that this meeting is the best of its kind in Europe. Hence, I am honoured to be able to chair it for the second year in a row. I look forward to seeing you in April in London. Squadron Leader (Ret’d) Ralph “Dinz” Dinsley, Associate, Reflecting Space Military Space Situational Awareness Day One 29th April 2020 www.military-space.com 08.00 Registration Coffee 08.50 Chairman’s Opening Remarks Squadron Leader (Ret’d) Ralph ‘Dinz’ Dinsley, Associate Founder, Reflecting Space Host Nation Opening Addresses 09.00 HOST NATION OPENING ADDRESS “We Are Watching” RAF Fylingdales: Supporting UK and Allied Space Operations • An introduction to the base capabilities and SSPAR (Solid State Phased Array Radar) in operation • RAF Fylingdales as a key node within the US Space Surveillance Network and its support for pan-allied SST • Cooperation with the SpOC to support their STM and manoeuvre efforts Wing Commander Alun Walton, Station Commander, RAF Fylingdales, Royal Air Force 09.30 The UK’s Approach to Space Situational Awareness • RAF Fylingdales as the centre-piece of UK SSA capability: providing persistent vigilance to protect integral space assets • Collaboration with the UK Metoffice (MOSWOC) to monitor space weather events and their impact on UK assets • How the Blackett Report is shaping the UK’s approach to SSA • Standing up and integration into the CSPOC – permanent participation in a allied-wide approach to SSA • Feedback from other SSA lines of effort – Starbrook optical SSA, GNSS EDDP and CAMRa Session Reserved for RAF Air Capability 10.00 Session Reserved for Gold Sponsor ExoAnalytic 10.30 Morning Coffee 11.00 UKSA Lines of Effort Within SSA • Current framework for space operations: SDSR 2015 and the Blackett Review • Collaboration in SSA • Debris mitigation • Look Ahead Ms Emily Mills, Domestic Space Surveillance and Tracking Lead, UK Space Agency 11.30 Phantom Echoes • Report on work being undertaken within the 5-eyes community as part of a collaborative SSA experiment called Phantom Echoes • Provide background to the experiment that aims to exploit sensors and algorithms from each nation to enhance coalition SSA decision making during GEO on-orbit servicing missions • Describe the collaborative environment established for Phantom Echoes • Present our progress and results generated to date. This includes simulation of representative scenarios featuring a re-location in GEO as well as real-world observations collected during the Northrop- Grumen Mission Extension Vehicle (MEV) mission • Future plans for the collaboration and opportunities for wider community involvement Mr Andy Ash, SSA Lead, Cyber Information Systems Division, Dstl 12.00 Session Reserved for Sponsor 12.30 Networking Lunch SSA in Support of Space Operations 13.30 Mitigating Space Weather Effects to Support Operations • Current space-based capabilities employed by the Austrian Armed Forces: PNT, SATCOM and Remote Sensing • Risk analysis for space services: the impact of space weather on services with particular reference to PNT • SSA as a benefit for critical infrastructure maintenance and at the military tactical edge • Tactical space weather impact prediction and mitigation efforts being undertaken Brigadier General Friedrich Teichmann, Director, Geospation Institute, Austrian MoD 14.00 SSA Activities in the APAC Region • SSA’s role in providing the mission assurance required for a 5th Generation Air Force • SpaceFest: bringing together industry and academia to develop Australia’s domestic SSA capabilities • Woomera test range at the centre stage for Australia’s ability to detect and track space objects and assets • The Falcon Telescope Network (FTN) – collaboration with USAF Academy in delivering a small aperture optical telescope system Squadron Leader Joshua Fitzmaurice, Staff Officer Surveillance of Space, AFHQ Director of ISR, EW and Space, Royal Australian Air Force Space Data and Cataloging Future Constellations 14.30 PANEL: Space Data in Support of Effective SSA • Merging the commercial and military approaches to SSA – the need to deliver data across the spectrum of operators and provide a holistic approach • What A-SAT testing means for space data analysis and cataloguing • Big data and machine learning algorithms: what they mean for the sector and our approach to SSA • Where collaborations and partnerships can streamline our approach in the future Moderator: Mr Mark Dickinson, Chairman, Space Data Association Panellists: Senior Representative, Name to be Confirmed, ExoAnalytic Solutions Invited Panellists: Mr Matt Cosby, CTO, Goonhilly Earth Station* 15.15 Afternoon Tea Emerging Nations Space Situational Awareness 15.45 SSA for Emerging Space Operations in Africa • An introduction to the South African space programme: plans for development and where emerging space powers fit into the existing paradigm • SATSA SBAS (Space Base Augmentation System) awareness and training for SSA support • How SANSA is employing ground-based SST to support effective space operations • Future priorities for the development of SSA capability in the context of LEO constellation development Mr Eugene Avenant, Chief Engineer, Space Operations, South African National Space Agency (SANSA) European SSA Efforts 16.15 Presentation Title to be Confirmed Dr Hauke Fiedler, Team Leader Space Situational Awareness, German Space Operations Centre (DLR) 16.45 Updates on RNLAF Space Activities • Current SSA projects: radar optical detection • BRIK-II – status of the RNLAF technical demonstrator nano-satellite • Ambition of the RNLAF Space Branch Major Michel Bulte, NL Liaison at the German Space Situational Awareness Centre, Royal Netherlands Air Force Space Law 17.15 Enhancing Space Security Through Effective SSA • Current space dependency: applications reliant on satellite-based capabilities • The space security system: legal and user environments in space, cyber considerations and ground stations • Debris – occurrence, prevention and mitigation - Active debris removal missions and efforts - SST, regulation and debris prevention • Working groups and future lines of effort to maximise effective space security Professsor Serge Plattard, Deputy Director, Space Domain, University College London 17.45 Chairs Closing Remarks and End of Day One Squadron Leader (Ret’d) Ralph Dinsley, Associate Founder, Reflecting Space 18.00 Drinks Reception Hosted by Gold Sponsor ExoAnalytic Register online call +44 (0)20 7827 6000 or fax your registration form to +44 (0)20 7827 6001Register online at www.military-space.com 5
  • 6. Military Space Situational Awareness www.military-space.com Day Two 30th April 2020 08.30 Registration Coffee 08.50 Chair’s Opening Remarks US SSA Perspectives 09.00 HOST NATION OPENING ADDRESS Space Situational Awareness and Management Within the New Enterprise Framework • Transforming the approach towards an enterprise wide approach to space within the US - Standing up of the SDA, creation of the SPACECOCOM and moves towards a separate branch ‘Space Force’ • What the new enterprise approach to space means for situational awareness and STM • USAF transfer of SSA data to the Dept of Commerce: how the Unified Data Library will build a more holistic approach to STM • How emerging LEO environments will transform the US approach to SSA and STM Major General (Ret’d) Robert D. Rego, Strategic Missions Adviser to the Commander, US STRATCOM* Mr Kevin M. O Connell, Director, Office of Space Commerce, U.S. Department of Commerce* 09.30 AFRL Space Vehicles Directorate SSA Research • Basic research in new phenomenologies for object characterization • Collaborations with partner agencies to advance SSA to the entire cis-lunar sphere • Highlights of international collaborations advancing object detection and tracking • Concluding RD perspectives on the SSA environment and domain developments Dr Jamie Stearns, Space Control Mission Lead, Space Vehicles Directorate, AFRL, US Air Force 10.00 Session Reserved for Sponsor 10.30 Morning Coffee 11.00 Session Reserved for Sponsor 11.30 CREAM – ESA’s Proposal for Collision Risk Avoidance and Mitigation • Active collision avoidance as a routine task in space operations and space surveillance data’s role in supporting this capability • Sustainability of the model: with an increasing need for manoeuvres – the case for a more automated system • CREAM (Collision Risk Estimation and Automated Mitigation) current progress of the programme and technology demonstrations • Reducing operator error, false alerts and time between close approach and decision Mr Tim Flohrer, Space Debris Analyst, Co-Lead Space Surveillance and Tracking Segment, Space Situational Awareness Programme, ESA* 12.00 Networking Lunch SST and Debris Mitigation 13.00 Italian SST and STM Lines of Effort • STM for SICRAL and other major Italian space enterprises • Optical and laser based monitoring of space assets: value and infrastructure priorities moving forward • Key priorities for the Italian Air Force moving forward – delivering future capability • Integrating responsible approach to space development: deorbiting processes for new satellite assets Lieutenant Colonel Walter Villadei, Chief, SSA and SST, Italian Air Force 13.30 The EU’s SST Consortium Framework • Political framework for the EU SST consortium – Decision 541/2014 • Utilising sovereign national capability within a dual use system of systems for enhanced SST • Collaboration within the consortium: member agencies and coordination of efforts • Service provision model and the enhancement of the sensor network • Development of a European catalogue and considerations for data sharing Mr Pascal Faucher, Chair, SST, CNES 14.00 Presentation Title to be Confirmed Mr Matt Cosby, Chief Technical Officer, Goonhilly Earth Station* Space Weather 14.30 The MOSWOC in Support of Space Operations • Space weather as a driver for the communication, navigation and earth observation tools applied on the ground • SWPC MoU and shared capability development and training with NOAA • An introduction to the MOSWOC: integration with the Met Office Operations Centre and modelling and analysis conducted • Risk mitigation from extreme space weather events and its role in enhancing space security Mr Simon Machin, Met Office, Space Weather Programme Manager, MOSWOC, UK Met Office 15.00 Afternoon Tea 15.30 Monitoring Space Weather as a Key Enabler for Holistic SSA • Activity trends in space weather events – major solar events and its impact on LEO and GEO assets • Geospace modelling for predictions of solar winds and space weather forecasting • PSR and SSR surveillance and NOAA’s partnership with other state agencies to support ongoing space activities • An introduction to NOAA’s space weather prediction centre and the role it provides within the framework of the US SSA network Mr Robert Rutledge, Lead, Space Weather Forecast Office, Space Weather Prediction Centre, US National Weather Service, NOAA A-SAT Considerations for SSA 16.00 Operating Against Near-Peer Adversaries: Implications for SSA • Current contested, competitive and congested landscape for space: what this means in a near-peer environment • Understanding China’s ASAT and space capabilities and what it means for the NATO-aligned space warfighting doctrine • How effective space situational awareness can provide effective balance to peer-adversary capability • Potential for future satellite based active protection systems Dr Brendan Mulvaney, Director, China Aerospace Studies Institute, US Air Force 16.30 Chairs Closing Remarks and End of Day Two Register online at www.military-space.com GOLD Sponsor SPONSORSHIP AND EXHIBITION OPPORTUNITIES SMi offer sponsorship, exhibition, advertising and branding packages, uniquely tailored to complement your company’s marketing strategy. 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  • 7. Register online call +44 (0)20 7827 6000 or fax your registration form to +44 (0)20 7827 6001 This half day session will delve into how JHub connects world class technology and talent to military users. Exploring how JFC is rapidly accelerating pilots into across key mission areas across space in LEO, MEO, HEO and ground infrastructure. This interactive session will outline how to work with JHub and the JFC innovation board. About the Workshop Leader: Innovation Scout, Adie Holt, is responsible for finding world class technology and talent and delivering it rapidly into the hands of military users. Adie, an RAF Engineer, has worked on some of Defence’s most exciting capital procurement projects including Harrier GR7, Tornado F3, Typhoon and A400M programmes as well as its major IT rollouts. Rarely satisfied with the status quo and a natural disruptor, Adie was selected to help establish the Joint Force Command Innovation Unit, the jHub in 2017. The model he helped to introduce is proving to be one of the most disruptive and effective in Defence. Adie also supports his wife’s business, enjoys running, Krav Maga (not sure if enjoy is the right phrase) and Lego (he has a young boy). About the Organisation: The jHub is Joint Force Command/Strategic Command’s primary innovation Unit. In its first 30 months the jHub created an effective model which has delivered many new capabilities to Defence. On this journey, the jHub has learned from elite teams and some of the most innovative organisations in the world to identify universal lessons for innovation. The Team is now expanding its remit and scale in order to realise more strategically aligned benefit with a particular focus on space and information advantage. Why you should attend • This workshop is a must attend for anyone looking to work with accelerator and rapid prototyping organizations • Learn about the UK’s approach to system of systems procurement and space priorities for UK MoD • Providing practical insights into JHub’s target of delivering pilots within 30 days and what these agile new business practices mean for industry • Understand the future strategic direction and strategy for the UK and the alliance Programme: 08.30 Workshop Registration 08.45 Workshop Opening Remarks and Introduction 09.00 An introduction to JHub • JHubs role in generating new ideas and solutions for the MoD • JHub in action – case studies on delivering new capabilities through space-based enablers 09.45 Break/Coffee 10.15 JHubs Strategic Vision • Quarterly board meetings for successful pilots and development into new capability • JFC’s innovation charter moving forward 11.00 Break/Coffee 11.30 How to do Business with JHub • How to apply to work within the pilot schemes • Final concluding comments 12.15 Close of workshop Disruptive Approaches to Space: How to Work with JHub Small Satellites www.small-satellites.com Half-Day POST-Conference Workshop Wednesday 29th April 2020, Holiday Inn Kensington Forum, London, UK Workshop Leader: Squadron Leader Adrian Holt, Innovation Scout, JHub, UK MoD 1. Launch new products or services at Military Space Situational Awareness and give your company the opportunity to share the latest solutions with a senior audience 2. Educate the market on your company’s capability and make the business case for how they can solve your potential customers’ challenges and requirements 3. Build your brand so your solutions are in the mind of prospective clients looking for solution providers to fulfil their needs 4. Meet and network with active buyers and, more importantly, senior decision makers while there is still a chance to influence their purchase decision 5. Generate new leads through meeting new prospects from a variety of new countries and programmes 2019 Attendees by Organisation:BENEFITS OF SPONSORING: 2019 Attendees by Nation: ■ UK 36% ■ US 31% ■ Canada 2% ■ France 4% ■ Australia 2% ■ Germany 3% ■ Spain 1% ■ Pan-Europe 5% ■ Chile 2% ■ Sweden 2% ■ Italy 2% ■ Korea 2% ■ Poland 2% ■ Netherlands 2% ■ Norway 2% ■ Romania 2% ■ Japan 2% ■ UAE 1% • Aerospace Corporation • Airbus Defence and Space • Analytical Graphics Inc • Brazilian Air Force • Canadian Armed Forces • Cestrian Capital Research • CGI • CNES • CSIRO Astronomy and Space Science • DLR Space Administration • DSTL • EU SatCen • European Space Agency • ExoAnalytic Solutions • FACH (Chiliean AF) • FOI Swedish Defence Research Agency • Fuerza Aerea de Chile • Global VSAT Forum (GVF) • GMV Innovating Solutions Ltd • Harris Corporation • NATO HQ Allied Maritime Command • Italian Air Force • JHU Applied Physics Laboratory • Korea Astronomy and Space Science Institute • Kratos • L3 Applied Defense Solutions • LeoLabs, Inc. • UK MET Office • Polish Military University of Technology • Mitre Corporation • Nanoavinics UK Ltd • Northern Sky Research (NSR) • Northern Space Security Ltd • NorthStar Earth Space Inc. • Northumbria University • Norwegian Ministry of Defence • OHB System • Oneweb • Pangaea Wire • Polish Space Agency • RAF • RAF Fylingdales • Rajant Corporation • Raytheon UK • RHEA Group • Royal Netherlands Air Force • Romanian Ministry of Defence • Royal Australian Air Force • Royal College of Defence Studies • Royal United Services Institute (RUSI) • US Air Force SAF/AQS • SciSys UK Ltd • Serco Ltd • Serradata • SES Networks • SJE Space Ltd • Sky Perfect JSAT Corporation • STFC, RAL • Surrey Space Centre • Teledyne e2v • Telespazio France • Thales Netherlands BV • U.S. Department of Commerce • U.S. Strategic Command • UAE GHQ • UK Missile Defence Centre • UK MOD • UK Space Agency • United Nations • United States Air Force Academy • University of Oxford/Air Force Institute of Technology • US Air Force • US Air Force Space and Missile Systems Centre • Winston Cooper Consulting • Zodiac Data Systems and many more! 7
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