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Dale ButlerOwner and Managing Director at SMI Group

SMi Group's Military Space USA 2020 conference takes place in Los Angeles in June

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SMi Group Proudly Presents its 2nd Annual…
THE RENAISSANCE HOTEL, LOS ANGELES, USA
supporting the Warfighter through transformation
and innovation Within the US Approach to Space
Military
Space USA
COnFeRenCe CHAiRS:
• Colonel Dennis Bythewood, Commander, PEO Space Development, SMC,
US Space Force
• Colonel Russell teehan, Director and Portfolio Architect, SMC, US Space Force
sMC speAKeRs inCLUDe:
• Colonel Ryan J gulden, Capability Integrator, SATCOM , SMC/ZAC SATCOM, US Space
Force
• Lieutenant Colonel gary thompson, Chief, Future Concepts Team, SPC/SMC/MCX,
US Space Force
• Mr Joseph vanderpoorten, MILSATCOM Advanced Concepts, Portfolio Architect, Space
and Missile Systems Center, US Space Force
• Ms Deanna Ryals, Chief	Partnership	Offi	cer, US Space Force
speAKeRs inCLUDe:
• Colonel shawn Cochran, Commandant and Dean, School of Advanced Air and Space
Studies, US Air Force
• Colonel Luke sauter, Professor and Head, Dept Astronautics, Us Air Force Academy
• Colonel patrick Williams, Commander, 2nd Weather Group, 557th Weather Wing,
US Air Force
• Wing Commander ian pamplin, UK	Liaison	Offi	cer	to	SMC,	UK	Strategic	Command,
UK MoD
• Captain Bryant Allen Mishima-Baker, Chief of General Law, 45th Space Wing,
Us Air Force
• Mr Derek tournear, Director, space Development Agency
• Dr Mir sadat, Director, National Security Council, executive Office of the president / the
White house
• Dr Andrea harrington, Director and Associate Professor, Schriever Space Scholars,
AFSPACE, Air University, US Air Force
• Dr Jim Baker, Senior Principal Engineer, MCTSSA HQTRS, Us Marine Corps
• Mr Mike nichols, Chief, AFSPACE Commercial SATCOM Solutions Branch, US Air Force
• Ms Andrea Loper, PM Future Space Communications, Space Vehicles Directorate, AFRL,
US Air Force
• Mr Curtis White, Senior Research Systems Engineer, Navy Information Warfare Center-
Atlantic, Us navy
• Captain Roger Anderson, Deputy PM, Air Force Space Accelerator, US Air Force
• Dr Wendy Whitman Cobb, Associate Professor of Strategy and Security Studies, School of
Advanced Air and Space Studies, US Air Force
• Mr Abde Bellahnid, SATCOM Section Head, Canadian Armed Forces
• Ms Randy segal, Partner, Satellite & Space Practice, hogan Lovells Us
• Mr Charlie precourt, VP Propulsion Systems, northrop grumman
• Dr Doug hendrix, CEO, exoAnalytic solutions
www.milspaceusa.com
Register online or fax your registration to +44 (0) 870 9090 712 or call +44 (0) 870 9090 711
@sMigroupDefence
#milspaceUsA
gOLD spOnsORs exhiBitOR
Key ReAsOns tO AttenD:
	 •		Listen	to	key	updates	on	how	procurement and
requirements setting for US space acquisition is being
reformed through sMC 2.0 and how delivering at epic
speed is set to change the industry landscape
	 •		Explore	how	industry disruptors and incubating
vendors – are delivering the new ‘agile space’ sector
within the silicon valley & internationally
	 •		Develop	a	comprehensive	understanding	of	how	the	
US Space Enterprise is developing across mission areas
including ssA, COMsAtCOM, sAtCOM and more!
neW FOR 2020
FOCUs DAy speAKeRs inCLUDe:
FOCUs DAy ChAiR:
• Ms Deanna Ryals, Chief	Partnership	Offi	cer,
US Space Force
speAKeRs inCLUDe:
• Lieutenant Colonel James Caldwell, Materiel Leader
&	Chief,	Integrated	Experiments	Division,	AFRL,	
US Air Force
• Mr Robert Monjay, Senior Counsel in International
Trade, Akin grump
• Mr Marcos D. Franceschini, President and CEO,
skyloom global Corp
• Ms Juli Lawless, Director, National Defense,
Made in Space
• Mr nate Ashton, Managing Director, Technology,
DCODe
FOCUS DAY: 8TH
CONFERENCE: 9TH-10TH
JUNE
2020
Military Space USA - Disruptive Technology Focus Day
Focus Day 8th June 2020 www.milspaceusa.com
08.30 Registration & Coffee
09.00 Chair’s Opening Remarks
Ms Deanna Ryals, Chief	Partnership	Offi	cer, US Space Force
gOveRnMent peRspeCtives On DisRUptive teChnOLOgy
09.15 space experimentation Capabilities
	 •	 	Overview	of	the	DSX	program:	launch	and	early	operations	stages
	 •	 	On-orbit	experimentation	itinerary	and	timelines
	 •	 	Utilizing	small	satellites	as	part	of	a	hybrid	architecture
	 •	 	Experimentation	plans	and	technology	development	
Lieutenant Colonel James Caldwell, Materiel Leader & Chief, Integrated
Experiments	Division,	AFRL,	US Air Force
FUtURe LAUnCh
09.45 panel: Future Approach’s to space Launch
	 •	 	Reusable	and	dedicated	launchers:	their	value	proposition	and	
advantages
	 •	 	How	industry	plans	to	cope	with	growing	demand:	exploring	novel	
approaches to future capability
	 •	 	Hosted	payloads:	technical	considerations	and	case	studies	for	
shared use
	 •	 	Where	industry	can	be	integrated	into	SMC	2.0’s	and	US	launch	
strategy
Moderated by:
Ms Deanna Ryals, Chief	Partnership	Offi	cer, US Space Force
panelists:
Mr Lars hoffman, Senior Vice President, Global Launch Services, Rocket Lab
Mr Bryce prior, Head of Operations and Strategy, Leo Aerospace
Mr Leslie Kovacs, President, Firefly Black
10.45 Morning Coffee
itAR AnD expORt COntROL FOR spACe teChnOLOgies
11.15 seeing the Wood From the trees: itAR and eAR Compliance for space’
	 •	 	Current	regulatory	framework	
	 •	 	What	ITAR	and	EAR	means	for	allied	partnerships	in	space	
	 •	 	DDTC	guidance	for	space	technology	
	 •	 	Maintaining	a	‘go	fast’	ethos	whilst	maintaining	effective	trade	compliance
Mr Robert Monjay, Senior Counsel in International Trade, Akin grump
SPACe PROPUlSiOn
11.45 panel: propulsion — Driving Our Mastery of space
	 •	 	Fuel	as	a	mission	critical	consideration	for	engine	design
	 •	 	Nuclear,	ion,	electrical	and	plasma	based	concepts:	current	
technology trends for space propulsion
	 •	 	Test	and	development	timelines:	working	with	launch	providers	to	
deliver the engines needed to meet global demand
	 •	 	Final	concluding	thoughts	from	the	panellists	
Moderated by:
Ms Deanna Ryals, Chief	Partnership	Offi	cer,	US Space Force
panelists:
Mr Alexander Reissner, CEO, enpulsion
Mr Daniel Bock, CeO, Morpheus Space, Morpheus space
Ms Kathy shockey, VP Special Projects, Momentus space
12.45 networking Lunch
LeO MegA COnsteLLAtiOns
13.45 Utilising LeO Constellations to provide Future Warfighter Bandwidth
	 •	 	Capacity,	immediacy	and	fl	exibility	–	key	priorities	for	the	network
	 •	 	Unlocking	the	potential	of	the	mega-constellations
	 •	 	Space-space	&	space-ground	challenges	for	optical	communications
Mr Marcos D. Franceschini, President and CEO, skyloom global Corp
in-ORBit MAnUFACtURing
14.15 Developing in-Orbit Manufacturing Capability to support Future space
Operations
	 •	 	Current	space	manufacturing	technology	and	how	this	supports	a	
sustainable approach to space development
	 •	 	Vision	for	Made	In	Space	and	how	it	can	assist	in	the	promotion	of	
national security goals
	 •	 	Blending	manufacturing	and	robotics	for	future	in-orbit	builds	 •	 	Blending	manufacturing	and	robotics	for	future	in-orbit	builds
Ms Juli Lawless, Director, National Defense, Made in Space
14.45 Afternoon tea
spACe ACCeLeRAtOR peRspeCtives
15.15 Leveraging Commercial space innovation: the new space Age
	 •	 	Opportunities	and	challenges	from	a	growing	commercial	space	
sector
	 •	 	Leveraging	new	private	sector	investments	to	accelerate	tech	into	the	
DoD
	 •	 	Incubating	a	culture	of	innovation	for	future	space	capabilities
	 •	 	Understanding	the	startup	landscape:	how	to	think,	plan,	and	procure	
differently
Mr nate Ashton, Managing Director, Technology, DCODe
15.45 Chair’s Closing Remarks and Close of Focus Day
Ms Deanna Ryals, Chief	Partnership	Offi	cer, US Space Force
Register online call +44 (0)20 7827 6000 or fax your registration form to +44 (0)20 7827 6001Register online at www.milspaceusa.com
With	 SMC	 2.0	 –	 the	 organisational	 wide	 transformational	 process	 –	 having	
reached operational capability, the vision for a space enterprise that moves at
EPIC	SPEED	and	delivers	capabilities	rapidly	into	the	warfi	ghters	hands	continues	
to	be	enhanced.		
Connecting	the	disruptors	and	innovators	globally	with	government	remains	a	key	
priority and integrating their technology into a stovepipe-free architecture offers
new	opportunity	areas	for	the	DoD	to	exploit.	
Today,	there	is	signifi	cant	focus	placed	on	considering	the	resilience	of	our	systems	
and	where	innovations	like	LEO	mega-constellations	and	reusable	launch	vehicles	
might	support	future	SATCOM,	PNT	and	Earth	Observation	requirements.		
With this in mind, the disruptive technology focus day will provide the perfect
setting	for	technical	experts,	military	end	users	and	solution	providers	to	share	their	
latest developments and build and understanding of how technologies are being
employed.
Military Space USA
Main Conference Day One 9th June 2020		 www.milspaceusa.com
08.00	 Registration & Coffee
08.50	 Chair’s Opening Remarks
	Colonel Dennis Bythewood, Commander, PEO Space Development, SMC,
US Space Force
Opening Keynote Addresses
09.00 	Keynote Address: ‘SMC 2.0’ Reinventing the US Approach to Space
Acquisition
	 •	 Current status of SMC’s reorganisation: delivering with EPIC SPEED
	 •	 Feedback from the space pitch day: yielding innovative new
technologies and partners for the Air Force
	 •	 How SMC 2.0 contributes to going faster and development of
defensible space
	 •	 Maintaining and sustaining the pace of change moving forward
	Senior Representative, Name to be Confirmed, SMC US Space Force
09.30 	Training and Equipping the Space Warfighting Units of the 21st Century
	 •	 Role and remit of the Space Operations Command: providing the
benchmark of support for space warfighting units
	 •	 Striving for a joint space warfighting enterprise: partnership within AFSPACE
	 •	 Command and control within the employment of space forces in
support of COCOM mission objectives
	 •	 Space Operations Command position within a unified enterprise
approach to space
	Session Reserved for Senior Representative, Name to be Confirmed,
Space Operations Command, US Space Force
10.00 	Why OmegA is the Best Shot for National Security Space Launch:
It’s the People
	 •	 To maintain assured access to space for our most critical national
security assets, the U.S. Air Force is currently seeking the best launch
vehicles to ensure successful and timely launch of vital national security
missions starting in 2022. Charlie Precourt, former chief astronaut at
NASA, shares OmegA’s underlying secret to being the best national
security launch system of the future: the experience, commitment,
and urgency of the workforce. Precourt discusses the importance of
developing and retaining the right talent to get it done right, on time,
the first time.
	 Mr Charlie Precourt, VP Propusion Systems,
	 Northrop Grumman
10.30 	 Morning Coffee
Sovereign Systems and Partnerships – SMC’s Approach to Space
11.00 	SMC’s SATCOM Enterprise
	 •	 SMC 2.0 EPIC Speed as applied to the provision of MILSATCOM
	 •	 Future SATCOM overview: from nuclear survivable SATCOM to
commercial narrowband - providing the breath of capability
demanded by the warfighter
	 •	 Architectural vision for effective, affordable and assured
communications to support global mission planning
	 •	 Future SATCOM roadmap to 2025- funded and part funded projects  
	Colonel Ryan J Gulden, Capability Integrator, SATCOM , SMC/ZAC
SATCOM, US Space Force
11.30 	Session Reserved for Sponsor
12.00 	Networking Lunch Sponsored by Northrop Grumman
Training the Next Generation of Space Leaders
13.00 	PANEL: Delivering the Next Generation of Space Leaders
	 •	 Introduction to the US space education enterprise
	 •	 Realigning how we view space power: driving to consider space
superiority as essential as air superiority in the future operating environment
	 •	 Foundation of space, cyber and information power: how to integrate
new ways of thinking into air staff
	 •	 Concluding thoughts: how we enhance training and education for
future leaders
	Moderated by: Colonel Shawn Cochran, Commandant and Dean,
School of Advanced Air and Space Studies, US Air Force
	Panellists:
	Dr Andrea Harrington, Director and Associate Professor, Schriever Space
Scholars, AFSPACE, Air University, US Air Force
	Colonel Luke Sauter, Professor and Head, Dept Astronautics, US Air Force
Academy
	Dr Wendy Whitman Cobb, Associate Professor of Strategy and Security
Studies, School of Advanced Air and Space Studies, US Air Force
Rapid Acquisition
13.45 	The Future Science and Technology Strategy for U.S. Space Through 2060
	 •	 An overview of current initiatives within AFRL Space Vehicles
Directorate to identify key inflection points that will determine the
development of future space technologies
	 •	 How AFRL and AFSPC are working together to determine what actions
the U.S. can take within its strategy to affect inflection points so as to
drive towards a future advantages to the U.S. and its allies
	 •	 Investigation in what technologies are game changing and AFRL
should pursue to support the next generation of space technologies
	 •	 Actions AFRL Space Vehicles Directorate is doing now to support
rapid innovation (AFRL’s Space Accelerator Programme – shrinking
acquisition cycles and enabling rapid prototyping, SBIR contracts,
small satellites, tailored mission assurance)
	 •	 How AFRL’s innovation supports a DoD-wide ‘go fast’ innovation approach
	Ms Andrea Loper, PM Future Space Communications, Space Vehicles
Directorate, AFRL, US Air Force
14.15 	 Utilising Innovation to Streamline Multi-Domain Operations
	 •	 An introduction to the technology accelerator and its role incubating
innovation for space operations
	 •	 Defining problems, not the solutions: rethinking how the USAF
approaches acquisition
	 •	 How the accelerator identifies, validates and acquires technology to
stay ahead of adversaries
	 •	 Increasing acquisition agility and building a space eco-system for
future innovation
	Captain Roger Anderson, Deputy PM, Air Force Space Accelerator,
US Air Force
14.45 	 Afternoon Tea
Tactical Edge Networks
15.15 	GreyNet: Secure, Disruption/Delay Tolerant Unified C2/SA Tactical Edge
Network with Global Reach
	 •	 Self-forming, self-provisioning and self-healing, transport agnostic
tactical edge network ecosystem
	 •	 Security, Scalability and Resiliency: providing ubiquitous/transparent comm
and cross-agency collaboration features to meet operational complexity
	 •	 GreyNet program update – how it can contribute to future command,
control and communications
	 •	 Looking to the future: where UAV and other capabilities can enhance
on-the-move communications
	Mr Curtis White, Senior Research Systems Engineer, Navy Information
Warfare Center- Atlantic, US Navy
Allied Partner Perspectives
15.45 	 UK Space Capability and Partnerships
	 •	 An overview of the UK space framework: SKYNET and other programmes
	 •	 Partnership with SMC within the AEHF and other constellations
	 •	 How cooperation creates additional resiliency: where shared
sovereign systems reduce points off failure
	 •	 Vision looking forward: continued work with SMC
	Wing Commander Ian Pamplin, UK Liaison Officer to SMC, UK Strategic
Command, UK MoD
16.15 	 Canada’s Future Approach to Space
	Mr Abde Bellahnid, SATCOM Section Head,
Canadian Armed Forces
16.45 	 Chair’s Closing Remarks and Close of Day One
	 Colonel Dennis Bythewood, Commander, PEO Space Development, SMC,
US Space Force
Register online call +44 (0)20 7827 6000 or fax your registration form to +44 (0)20 7827 6001
Military Space USA
www.milspaceusa.com Main Conference Day two 10th June 2020
08.30 Registration  Coffee
08.50 Chair’s Opening Remarks
Colonel Russell teehan, Director and Portfolio Architect, SMC,
US Space Force
Opening KeynOte ADDResses
09.00 Keynote Address: ‘sMC 2.0’ Reinventing the Us Approach to space
sDA’s priorities for the Delivery of Future space
	 •	 	Working	in	tandem	with	the	Air	Force	to	develop	and	prototype	new	
technologies and architectures
	 •	 	Provision	of	satellite	layers	to	support	the	delivery	of	communications,	
PNT and ISR capabilities
	 •	 	Exploring	hosted	payloads,	rideshares	and	dedicated	launches	to	
deliver the constellation
	 •	 	Coordinating	efforts	to	deliver	terminals	and	ground	infrastructure
Mr Derek tournear, Director, space Development Agency
09.30 space in a new era of great power Competition
	 •	 	How	Space	Figure	in	the	2017	National	Security	Strategy	(NSS)
	 •	 	Advancing	Space	as	a	Priority	Domain
	 •	 	Space	as	a	Warfi	ghting	Domain
	 •	 	U.S.	Space	Command
	 •	 	U.S.	Space	Force
	 •	 	National	Space	Policy	
Dr Mir sadat, Director, National Security Council, executive Office of the
president / the White house
10.00 Morning Coffee
spACe DOMAin AWAReness
10.30 session Reserved for gold sponsor exoAnalytic
Dr Doug hendrix, CEO, exoAnalytic solutions
11.00 presentation title to be Confirmed
Colonel patrick Williams, Commander, 2nd Weather Group, 557th
Weather Wing, US Air Force
COMsAtCOM
11.30 AFspACe COMsAtCOM
	 •	 	COMSATCOM	organisation,	portfolio	and	mission	–	transforming	the	
way	ahead	by	bringing	capabilities	to	the	joint	warfi	ghter
	 •	 	Enhanced	Mobile	Satellite	Service	(EMSS):	providing	access	through	
the	Iridium	network
	 •	 	Routing	commercial	traffi	c	via	DoD	gateways	and	ensuring	terminals	
are	fl	exible	to	enable	this	across	bands
	 •	 	New	contracts	to	transform	SATCOM	provision:	RFI	timelines	and	
acquisition
Mr Mike nichols, Chief, AFSPACE Commercial SATCOM Solutions Branch,
US Air Force
12.00 sMC enterprise Management and Control
	 •	 	An	overview	of	the	DoD’S	architectural	priorities	–	vision	statement	and	
key	enablers
	 •	 	Moving	to	provide	fl	exible,	resilient	and	global	pool	capability	to	be	
allocated where needed including sovereign, commercial and allied
bandwidth
	 •	 	Integrated	vision	for	enterprise	management	and	control,	multi-
purpose	terminals	and	fl	exible	networking	to	enable	COMSATCOM	
integration
	 •	 	Concluding	thoughts	on	future	provision	and	acquisition	priorities
Lieutenant Colonel gary thompson, Chief, Future Concepts Team, SPC/
SMC/MCX, US Space Force
12.30 networking Lunch sponsored by northrop grumman
FUtURe COnCepts
13.30 Future Architecture and Advanced Concepts
	 •	 	Provision	of	resilient	communications	moving	forward:	hybrid	services	
as	the	key	to	future	operations
	 •	 	Terminals	that	fl	exibly	meet	architectural	developments	within	the	
space segment
	 •	 	Architectural	vision	for	future	space:	the	DoD	approach	and	vision	
statement
	 •	 	Enterprise	management	and	control	(EMC)	enabling	fl	exible	
terminals,	networks	and	systems	through	on-demand	allocations
Mr Joseph vanderpoorten, MILSATCOM Advanced Concepts, Portfolio
Architect, Space and Missile Systems Center, US Space Force
spACe ReqUiReMents FOR the expeDitiOnARy WARFighteR
14.00 providing Assured C2 for the expeditionary Warfighter in spectrum
Contested environments
	 •	 	“Assured	C2”	and	the	Expeditionary	Warfi	ghter
	 •	 	Key	features	for	assuring	tactical	Command		Control	(C2)	networks
	 •	 	The	role	of	Position,	Navigation,	and	Timing	(PNT)	sensors	in	C2	
networks
	 •	 	Using	GPS	in	spectrum	contested	environments
	 •	 	USMC	systems	modernization	
Dr Jim Baker, Senior Principal Engineer, MCTSSA HQTRS, Us Marine Corps
14.30 Afternoon tea
LegAL FRAMeWORKs FOR FUtURe spACe
15.00 Legal Frameworks for Operating in space in a great power era
	 •	 	UN	outer	space	treaty	and	the	‘rules	of	the	road’	in	space
	 •	 	How	LEO	mega-constellation	proliferation	will	change	our	
understanding of space sovereignty
	 •	 	Space	domain	awareness	–	ramifi	cations	of	debris	on	operators	in	
space
	 •	 	Space	as	a	warfi	ghting	domain,	what	this	means	in	principal	and	in	
practise
Captain Bryant Allen Mishima-Baker, Chief of General Law, 45th Space
Wing, US Air Force
15.30 Legal perspectives on Future space
	 •	 	What	the	emerging	mega	constellations	mean	for	space	law
	 •	 	Mergers	and	acquisitions:	old	space	vs.	new	space
	 •	 	Concluding	comments	and	thoughts	 •	 	Concluding	comments	and	thoughts
Ms Randy segal, Partner, Satellite  Space Practice, hogan Lovells Us
16.00 Chair’s Closing Remarks and Close of Day two
Colonel Russell teehan, Director and Portfolio Architect, SMC,
US Space Force
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Military Space USA
www.milspaceusa.com
exoAnalytic solutions
ExoAnalytic	Solutions	is	the	world’s	leading	provider	of	high-altitude	space	situational	awareness	
(SSA)	data	products	and	services.	With	a	network	of	over	300	telescopes,	ExoAnalytic	Solutions	
produces vast amounts of high-quality, real-time correlated observations of man-made
satellites	and	debris.	The	ExoAnalytic	Global	Telescope	Network	(EGTN)	currently	consists	of	30+	
observatories	on	fi	ve	continents	(Africa,	Australia,	Europe,	North	America,	and	South	America)	
and	Hawaii.	Headquartered	in	Foothill	Ranch,	CA,	ExoAnalytic	Solutions	is	a	technology	and	
innovation	leader	in	missile	defense,	complex	systems	modelling	and	simulation,	and	space	
situational	awareness.	www.exoanalytic.com
northrop grumman Corporation
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cyberspace	 to	 meet	 the	 ever	 evolving	 needs	 of	 our	 customers	 worldwide.	 Our	 85,000	
employees	defi	ne	possible	every	day	using	science,	technology	and	engineering	to	create	
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xtAR
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Allied	government	users.	XTAR’s	two	satellite	payloads,	with	high-powered	global,	fi	xed	and	
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SMi Group's Military Space USA 2020 conference

  • 1. SMi Group Proudly Presents its 2nd Annual… THE RENAISSANCE HOTEL, LOS ANGELES, USA supporting the Warfighter through transformation and innovation Within the US Approach to Space Military Space USA COnFeRenCe CHAiRS: • Colonel Dennis Bythewood, Commander, PEO Space Development, SMC, US Space Force • Colonel Russell teehan, Director and Portfolio Architect, SMC, US Space Force sMC speAKeRs inCLUDe: • Colonel Ryan J gulden, Capability Integrator, SATCOM , SMC/ZAC SATCOM, US Space Force • Lieutenant Colonel gary thompson, Chief, Future Concepts Team, SPC/SMC/MCX, US Space Force • Mr Joseph vanderpoorten, MILSATCOM Advanced Concepts, Portfolio Architect, Space and Missile Systems Center, US Space Force • Ms Deanna Ryals, Chief Partnership Offi cer, US Space Force speAKeRs inCLUDe: • Colonel shawn Cochran, Commandant and Dean, School of Advanced Air and Space Studies, US Air Force • Colonel Luke sauter, Professor and Head, Dept Astronautics, Us Air Force Academy • Colonel patrick Williams, Commander, 2nd Weather Group, 557th Weather Wing, US Air Force • Wing Commander ian pamplin, UK Liaison Offi cer to SMC, UK Strategic Command, UK MoD • Captain Bryant Allen Mishima-Baker, Chief of General Law, 45th Space Wing, Us Air Force • Mr Derek tournear, Director, space Development Agency • Dr Mir sadat, Director, National Security Council, executive Office of the president / the White house • Dr Andrea harrington, Director and Associate Professor, Schriever Space Scholars, AFSPACE, Air University, US Air Force • Dr Jim Baker, Senior Principal Engineer, MCTSSA HQTRS, Us Marine Corps • Mr Mike nichols, Chief, AFSPACE Commercial SATCOM Solutions Branch, US Air Force • Ms Andrea Loper, PM Future Space Communications, Space Vehicles Directorate, AFRL, US Air Force • Mr Curtis White, Senior Research Systems Engineer, Navy Information Warfare Center- Atlantic, Us navy • Captain Roger Anderson, Deputy PM, Air Force Space Accelerator, US Air Force • Dr Wendy Whitman Cobb, Associate Professor of Strategy and Security Studies, School of Advanced Air and Space Studies, US Air Force • Mr Abde Bellahnid, SATCOM Section Head, Canadian Armed Forces • Ms Randy segal, Partner, Satellite & Space Practice, hogan Lovells Us • Mr Charlie precourt, VP Propulsion Systems, northrop grumman • Dr Doug hendrix, CEO, exoAnalytic solutions www.milspaceusa.com Register online or fax your registration to +44 (0) 870 9090 712 or call +44 (0) 870 9090 711 @sMigroupDefence #milspaceUsA gOLD spOnsORs exhiBitOR Key ReAsOns tO AttenD: • Listen to key updates on how procurement and requirements setting for US space acquisition is being reformed through sMC 2.0 and how delivering at epic speed is set to change the industry landscape • Explore how industry disruptors and incubating vendors – are delivering the new ‘agile space’ sector within the silicon valley & internationally • Develop a comprehensive understanding of how the US Space Enterprise is developing across mission areas including ssA, COMsAtCOM, sAtCOM and more! neW FOR 2020 FOCUs DAy speAKeRs inCLUDe: FOCUs DAy ChAiR: • Ms Deanna Ryals, Chief Partnership Offi cer, US Space Force speAKeRs inCLUDe: • Lieutenant Colonel James Caldwell, Materiel Leader & Chief, Integrated Experiments Division, AFRL, US Air Force • Mr Robert Monjay, Senior Counsel in International Trade, Akin grump • Mr Marcos D. Franceschini, President and CEO, skyloom global Corp • Ms Juli Lawless, Director, National Defense, Made in Space • Mr nate Ashton, Managing Director, Technology, DCODe FOCUS DAY: 8TH CONFERENCE: 9TH-10TH JUNE 2020
  • 2. Military Space USA - Disruptive Technology Focus Day Focus Day 8th June 2020 www.milspaceusa.com 08.30 Registration & Coffee 09.00 Chair’s Opening Remarks Ms Deanna Ryals, Chief Partnership Offi cer, US Space Force gOveRnMent peRspeCtives On DisRUptive teChnOLOgy 09.15 space experimentation Capabilities • Overview of the DSX program: launch and early operations stages • On-orbit experimentation itinerary and timelines • Utilizing small satellites as part of a hybrid architecture • Experimentation plans and technology development Lieutenant Colonel James Caldwell, Materiel Leader & Chief, Integrated Experiments Division, AFRL, US Air Force FUtURe LAUnCh 09.45 panel: Future Approach’s to space Launch • Reusable and dedicated launchers: their value proposition and advantages • How industry plans to cope with growing demand: exploring novel approaches to future capability • Hosted payloads: technical considerations and case studies for shared use • Where industry can be integrated into SMC 2.0’s and US launch strategy Moderated by: Ms Deanna Ryals, Chief Partnership Offi cer, US Space Force panelists: Mr Lars hoffman, Senior Vice President, Global Launch Services, Rocket Lab Mr Bryce prior, Head of Operations and Strategy, Leo Aerospace Mr Leslie Kovacs, President, Firefly Black 10.45 Morning Coffee itAR AnD expORt COntROL FOR spACe teChnOLOgies 11.15 seeing the Wood From the trees: itAR and eAR Compliance for space’ • Current regulatory framework • What ITAR and EAR means for allied partnerships in space • DDTC guidance for space technology • Maintaining a ‘go fast’ ethos whilst maintaining effective trade compliance Mr Robert Monjay, Senior Counsel in International Trade, Akin grump SPACe PROPUlSiOn 11.45 panel: propulsion — Driving Our Mastery of space • Fuel as a mission critical consideration for engine design • Nuclear, ion, electrical and plasma based concepts: current technology trends for space propulsion • Test and development timelines: working with launch providers to deliver the engines needed to meet global demand • Final concluding thoughts from the panellists Moderated by: Ms Deanna Ryals, Chief Partnership Offi cer, US Space Force panelists: Mr Alexander Reissner, CEO, enpulsion Mr Daniel Bock, CeO, Morpheus Space, Morpheus space Ms Kathy shockey, VP Special Projects, Momentus space 12.45 networking Lunch LeO MegA COnsteLLAtiOns 13.45 Utilising LeO Constellations to provide Future Warfighter Bandwidth • Capacity, immediacy and fl exibility – key priorities for the network • Unlocking the potential of the mega-constellations • Space-space & space-ground challenges for optical communications Mr Marcos D. Franceschini, President and CEO, skyloom global Corp in-ORBit MAnUFACtURing 14.15 Developing in-Orbit Manufacturing Capability to support Future space Operations • Current space manufacturing technology and how this supports a sustainable approach to space development • Vision for Made In Space and how it can assist in the promotion of national security goals • Blending manufacturing and robotics for future in-orbit builds • Blending manufacturing and robotics for future in-orbit builds Ms Juli Lawless, Director, National Defense, Made in Space 14.45 Afternoon tea spACe ACCeLeRAtOR peRspeCtives 15.15 Leveraging Commercial space innovation: the new space Age • Opportunities and challenges from a growing commercial space sector • Leveraging new private sector investments to accelerate tech into the DoD • Incubating a culture of innovation for future space capabilities • Understanding the startup landscape: how to think, plan, and procure differently Mr nate Ashton, Managing Director, Technology, DCODe 15.45 Chair’s Closing Remarks and Close of Focus Day Ms Deanna Ryals, Chief Partnership Offi cer, US Space Force Register online call +44 (0)20 7827 6000 or fax your registration form to +44 (0)20 7827 6001Register online at www.milspaceusa.com With SMC 2.0 – the organisational wide transformational process – having reached operational capability, the vision for a space enterprise that moves at EPIC SPEED and delivers capabilities rapidly into the warfi ghters hands continues to be enhanced. Connecting the disruptors and innovators globally with government remains a key priority and integrating their technology into a stovepipe-free architecture offers new opportunity areas for the DoD to exploit. Today, there is signifi cant focus placed on considering the resilience of our systems and where innovations like LEO mega-constellations and reusable launch vehicles might support future SATCOM, PNT and Earth Observation requirements. With this in mind, the disruptive technology focus day will provide the perfect setting for technical experts, military end users and solution providers to share their latest developments and build and understanding of how technologies are being employed.
  • 3. Military Space USA Main Conference Day One 9th June 2020 www.milspaceusa.com 08.00 Registration & Coffee 08.50 Chair’s Opening Remarks Colonel Dennis Bythewood, Commander, PEO Space Development, SMC, US Space Force Opening Keynote Addresses 09.00 Keynote Address: ‘SMC 2.0’ Reinventing the US Approach to Space Acquisition • Current status of SMC’s reorganisation: delivering with EPIC SPEED • Feedback from the space pitch day: yielding innovative new technologies and partners for the Air Force • How SMC 2.0 contributes to going faster and development of defensible space • Maintaining and sustaining the pace of change moving forward Senior Representative, Name to be Confirmed, SMC US Space Force 09.30 Training and Equipping the Space Warfighting Units of the 21st Century • Role and remit of the Space Operations Command: providing the benchmark of support for space warfighting units • Striving for a joint space warfighting enterprise: partnership within AFSPACE • Command and control within the employment of space forces in support of COCOM mission objectives • Space Operations Command position within a unified enterprise approach to space Session Reserved for Senior Representative, Name to be Confirmed, Space Operations Command, US Space Force 10.00 Why OmegA is the Best Shot for National Security Space Launch: It’s the People • To maintain assured access to space for our most critical national security assets, the U.S. Air Force is currently seeking the best launch vehicles to ensure successful and timely launch of vital national security missions starting in 2022. Charlie Precourt, former chief astronaut at NASA, shares OmegA’s underlying secret to being the best national security launch system of the future: the experience, commitment, and urgency of the workforce. Precourt discusses the importance of developing and retaining the right talent to get it done right, on time, the first time. Mr Charlie Precourt, VP Propusion Systems, Northrop Grumman 10.30 Morning Coffee Sovereign Systems and Partnerships – SMC’s Approach to Space 11.00 SMC’s SATCOM Enterprise • SMC 2.0 EPIC Speed as applied to the provision of MILSATCOM • Future SATCOM overview: from nuclear survivable SATCOM to commercial narrowband - providing the breath of capability demanded by the warfighter • Architectural vision for effective, affordable and assured communications to support global mission planning • Future SATCOM roadmap to 2025- funded and part funded projects Colonel Ryan J Gulden, Capability Integrator, SATCOM , SMC/ZAC SATCOM, US Space Force 11.30 Session Reserved for Sponsor 12.00 Networking Lunch Sponsored by Northrop Grumman Training the Next Generation of Space Leaders 13.00 PANEL: Delivering the Next Generation of Space Leaders • Introduction to the US space education enterprise • Realigning how we view space power: driving to consider space superiority as essential as air superiority in the future operating environment • Foundation of space, cyber and information power: how to integrate new ways of thinking into air staff • Concluding thoughts: how we enhance training and education for future leaders Moderated by: Colonel Shawn Cochran, Commandant and Dean, School of Advanced Air and Space Studies, US Air Force Panellists: Dr Andrea Harrington, Director and Associate Professor, Schriever Space Scholars, AFSPACE, Air University, US Air Force Colonel Luke Sauter, Professor and Head, Dept Astronautics, US Air Force Academy Dr Wendy Whitman Cobb, Associate Professor of Strategy and Security Studies, School of Advanced Air and Space Studies, US Air Force Rapid Acquisition 13.45 The Future Science and Technology Strategy for U.S. Space Through 2060 • An overview of current initiatives within AFRL Space Vehicles Directorate to identify key inflection points that will determine the development of future space technologies • How AFRL and AFSPC are working together to determine what actions the U.S. can take within its strategy to affect inflection points so as to drive towards a future advantages to the U.S. and its allies • Investigation in what technologies are game changing and AFRL should pursue to support the next generation of space technologies • Actions AFRL Space Vehicles Directorate is doing now to support rapid innovation (AFRL’s Space Accelerator Programme – shrinking acquisition cycles and enabling rapid prototyping, SBIR contracts, small satellites, tailored mission assurance) • How AFRL’s innovation supports a DoD-wide ‘go fast’ innovation approach Ms Andrea Loper, PM Future Space Communications, Space Vehicles Directorate, AFRL, US Air Force 14.15 Utilising Innovation to Streamline Multi-Domain Operations • An introduction to the technology accelerator and its role incubating innovation for space operations • Defining problems, not the solutions: rethinking how the USAF approaches acquisition • How the accelerator identifies, validates and acquires technology to stay ahead of adversaries • Increasing acquisition agility and building a space eco-system for future innovation Captain Roger Anderson, Deputy PM, Air Force Space Accelerator, US Air Force 14.45 Afternoon Tea Tactical Edge Networks 15.15 GreyNet: Secure, Disruption/Delay Tolerant Unified C2/SA Tactical Edge Network with Global Reach • Self-forming, self-provisioning and self-healing, transport agnostic tactical edge network ecosystem • Security, Scalability and Resiliency: providing ubiquitous/transparent comm and cross-agency collaboration features to meet operational complexity • GreyNet program update – how it can contribute to future command, control and communications • Looking to the future: where UAV and other capabilities can enhance on-the-move communications Mr Curtis White, Senior Research Systems Engineer, Navy Information Warfare Center- Atlantic, US Navy Allied Partner Perspectives 15.45 UK Space Capability and Partnerships • An overview of the UK space framework: SKYNET and other programmes • Partnership with SMC within the AEHF and other constellations • How cooperation creates additional resiliency: where shared sovereign systems reduce points off failure • Vision looking forward: continued work with SMC Wing Commander Ian Pamplin, UK Liaison Officer to SMC, UK Strategic Command, UK MoD 16.15 Canada’s Future Approach to Space Mr Abde Bellahnid, SATCOM Section Head, Canadian Armed Forces 16.45 Chair’s Closing Remarks and Close of Day One Colonel Dennis Bythewood, Commander, PEO Space Development, SMC, US Space Force Register online call +44 (0)20 7827 6000 or fax your registration form to +44 (0)20 7827 6001
  • 4. Military Space USA www.milspaceusa.com Main Conference Day two 10th June 2020 08.30 Registration Coffee 08.50 Chair’s Opening Remarks Colonel Russell teehan, Director and Portfolio Architect, SMC, US Space Force Opening KeynOte ADDResses 09.00 Keynote Address: ‘sMC 2.0’ Reinventing the Us Approach to space sDA’s priorities for the Delivery of Future space • Working in tandem with the Air Force to develop and prototype new technologies and architectures • Provision of satellite layers to support the delivery of communications, PNT and ISR capabilities • Exploring hosted payloads, rideshares and dedicated launches to deliver the constellation • Coordinating efforts to deliver terminals and ground infrastructure Mr Derek tournear, Director, space Development Agency 09.30 space in a new era of great power Competition • How Space Figure in the 2017 National Security Strategy (NSS) • Advancing Space as a Priority Domain • Space as a Warfi ghting Domain • U.S. Space Command • U.S. Space Force • National Space Policy Dr Mir sadat, Director, National Security Council, executive Office of the president / the White house 10.00 Morning Coffee spACe DOMAin AWAReness 10.30 session Reserved for gold sponsor exoAnalytic Dr Doug hendrix, CEO, exoAnalytic solutions 11.00 presentation title to be Confirmed Colonel patrick Williams, Commander, 2nd Weather Group, 557th Weather Wing, US Air Force COMsAtCOM 11.30 AFspACe COMsAtCOM • COMSATCOM organisation, portfolio and mission – transforming the way ahead by bringing capabilities to the joint warfi ghter • Enhanced Mobile Satellite Service (EMSS): providing access through the Iridium network • Routing commercial traffi c via DoD gateways and ensuring terminals are fl exible to enable this across bands • New contracts to transform SATCOM provision: RFI timelines and acquisition Mr Mike nichols, Chief, AFSPACE Commercial SATCOM Solutions Branch, US Air Force 12.00 sMC enterprise Management and Control • An overview of the DoD’S architectural priorities – vision statement and key enablers • Moving to provide fl exible, resilient and global pool capability to be allocated where needed including sovereign, commercial and allied bandwidth • Integrated vision for enterprise management and control, multi- purpose terminals and fl exible networking to enable COMSATCOM integration • Concluding thoughts on future provision and acquisition priorities Lieutenant Colonel gary thompson, Chief, Future Concepts Team, SPC/ SMC/MCX, US Space Force 12.30 networking Lunch sponsored by northrop grumman FUtURe COnCepts 13.30 Future Architecture and Advanced Concepts • Provision of resilient communications moving forward: hybrid services as the key to future operations • Terminals that fl exibly meet architectural developments within the space segment • Architectural vision for future space: the DoD approach and vision statement • Enterprise management and control (EMC) enabling fl exible terminals, networks and systems through on-demand allocations Mr Joseph vanderpoorten, MILSATCOM Advanced Concepts, Portfolio Architect, Space and Missile Systems Center, US Space Force spACe ReqUiReMents FOR the expeDitiOnARy WARFighteR 14.00 providing Assured C2 for the expeditionary Warfighter in spectrum Contested environments • “Assured C2” and the Expeditionary Warfi ghter • Key features for assuring tactical Command Control (C2) networks • The role of Position, Navigation, and Timing (PNT) sensors in C2 networks • Using GPS in spectrum contested environments • USMC systems modernization Dr Jim Baker, Senior Principal Engineer, MCTSSA HQTRS, Us Marine Corps 14.30 Afternoon tea LegAL FRAMeWORKs FOR FUtURe spACe 15.00 Legal Frameworks for Operating in space in a great power era • UN outer space treaty and the ‘rules of the road’ in space • How LEO mega-constellation proliferation will change our understanding of space sovereignty • Space domain awareness – ramifi cations of debris on operators in space • Space as a warfi ghting domain, what this means in principal and in practise Captain Bryant Allen Mishima-Baker, Chief of General Law, 45th Space Wing, US Air Force 15.30 Legal perspectives on Future space • What the emerging mega constellations mean for space law • Mergers and acquisitions: old space vs. new space • Concluding comments and thoughts • Concluding comments and thoughts Ms Randy segal, Partner, Satellite Space Practice, hogan Lovells Us 16.00 Chair’s Closing Remarks and Close of Day two Colonel Russell teehan, Director and Portfolio Architect, SMC, US Space Force Register online at www.milspaceusa.com
  • 5. gOLD spOnsORs 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) 207 827 6138 or email: scargan@smi-online.co.uk Military Space USA www.milspaceusa.com exoAnalytic solutions ExoAnalytic Solutions is the world’s leading provider of high-altitude space situational awareness (SSA) data products and services. With a network of over 300 telescopes, ExoAnalytic Solutions produces vast amounts of high-quality, real-time correlated observations of man-made satellites and debris. The ExoAnalytic Global Telescope Network (EGTN) currently consists of 30+ observatories on fi ve continents (Africa, Australia, Europe, North America, and South America) and Hawaii. Headquartered in Foothill Ranch, CA, ExoAnalytic Solutions is a technology and innovation leader in missile defense, complex systems modelling and simulation, and space situational awareness. www.exoanalytic.com northrop grumman Corporation Northrop Grumman solves the toughest problems in space, aeronautics, defense and cyberspace to meet the ever evolving needs of our customers worldwide. Our 85,000 employees defi ne possible every day using science, technology and engineering to create and deliver advanced systems, products and services. www.northropgrumman.com xtAR XTAR, LLC is a privately owned satellite operator delivering X-band services to U.S. and Allied government users. XTAR’s two satellite payloads, with high-powered global, fi xed and steerable spot beams, are WGS-compatible and readily support mobile applications in the harshest environments. Available coverage is from Denver east to Singapore. www.xtar.com spOnsORship AnD exhiBitiOn OppORtUnities All sponsorship enquiries should be made to Alia Malick, Director of space and sAtCOM: phone: +44 (0) 20 7827 6168 |email: amalick@smi-online.co.uk Register online at www.milspaceusa.com sMi group’s Military space and satellite event planner 2020 FeBRUARy 2020 network Centric Warfare 3rd - 4th February 2020, Rome, Italy Maritime Reconnaissance and surveillance technology 5th - 6th February 2020, Rome, Italy ApRiL 2020 small satellites 27th - 28th April 2020, London, UK Military space situational Awareness 29th - 30th April 2020, London, UK MAy 2020 Military pnt 18th - 19th May 2020, London, UK JUne 2020 Military space UsA 8th - 10th June 2020, Los Angeles, USA MilsatCom UsA 24th - 25th June 2020, Arlington, USA nOveMBeR 2020 small satellites and Disruptive technology Focus Day 2nd November 2020, London, UK global MilsatCom 3rd - 5th November 2020, London, UK small satellitesCo-located withMilitary ssA aspart of sMi's space Week sUppORteD By exhiBitOR
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