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Holiday Inn Kensington Forum, London, United Kingdom
SMi Proudly Proudly Presents...
exploring the Small Satellite Revolution
and its impact on Future Space
Small
Satellites
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
CONFeReNCe CHaiRS:
mr Roger Hunter, Program Manager, Small Spacecraft and Technology
Program, NaSa
Dr Stuart eves, Director, SJe Space
speaker box –(Flags in title unless specified)eXPeRt 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
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CONFERENCE: 27TH-28TH
WORKSHOP: 29TH
APRIL
tHe KeY ReaSONS tO atteND:
● Dedicated event exploring the future of commercial
and military space in the LEO small satellites market
● engage with stakeholders from leading international
space agencies, militaries and government
representatives from across the alliance
● learn about key programmes being developed
by emerging space companies and national
governments
● Delve into key topics surrounding the new space
market including the legal and policy framework for
operating in space, creating a regulatory structure
to support the small satellite industry and how data
networking across small satellite constellations is
enabling new connectivity on the ground
● Hear from a variety of stakeholders across the US
Space Enterprise driving the rapid prototyping and
procurement efforts, including Aerospace XLab,
Catalyst Accelerator and AFRL
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 S&T
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 R&D 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
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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HalF-DaY POSt CONFeReNCe WORKSHOP
Wednesday 29th april 2020
08.30 – 12.15
Holiday inn Kensington Forum, london, UK
Disruptive approaches to Space:
How to Work with JHub
Workshop Leader:
Squadron leader adrian Holt,
Innovation Scout, JHub, UK moD
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.
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
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
Small Satellites
Conference: Monday 27th & Tuesday 28th April 2020, Holiday Inn Kensington Forum, London, United Kingdom
Workshop: Wednesday 29th April 2020, Holiday Inn Kensington Forum, London, United Kingdom
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SMi Group's Small Satellites 2020

  • 1. www.small-satellites.com Register online or fax your registration to +44 (0) 870 9090 712 or call +44 (0) 870 9090 711 SPeCial RateS aVailaBle FOR militaRY aND GOVeRNmeNt RePReSeNtatiVeS @SmiGroupDefence #SmiSmallSat Holiday Inn Kensington Forum, London, United Kingdom SMi Proudly Proudly Presents... exploring the Small Satellite Revolution and its impact on Future Space Small Satellites 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 CONFeReNCe CHaiRS: mr Roger Hunter, Program Manager, Small Spacecraft and Technology Program, NaSa Dr Stuart eves, Director, SJe Space speaker box –(Flags in title unless specified)eXPeRt 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 BOOK BY DECEMBER 13TH AND SAVE £400 • BOOK BY JANUARY 31ST AND SAVE £200 • BOOK BY FEBRUARY 28TH AND SAVE £100 2020 CONFERENCE: 27TH-28TH WORKSHOP: 29TH APRIL tHe KeY ReaSONS tO atteND: ● Dedicated event exploring the future of commercial and military space in the LEO small satellites market ● engage with stakeholders from leading international space agencies, militaries and government representatives from across the alliance ● learn about key programmes being developed by emerging space companies and national governments ● Delve into key topics surrounding the new space market including the legal and policy framework for operating in space, creating a regulatory structure to support the small satellite industry and how data networking across small satellite constellations is enabling new connectivity on the ground ● Hear from a variety of stakeholders across the US Space Enterprise driving the rapid prototyping and procurement efforts, including Aerospace XLab, Catalyst Accelerator and AFRL
  • 2. 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 S&T 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 R&D 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. 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 alternatively fax your registration to +44 (0)870 9090 712 or call +44 (0)870 9090 711 maRKetiNG OPPORtUNitieS are you interested in promoting your defence services to a targeted industry sector? 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  • 5. HalF-DaY POSt CONFeReNCe WORKSHOP Wednesday 29th april 2020 08.30 – 12.15 Holiday inn Kensington Forum, london, UK Disruptive approaches to Space: How to Work with JHub Workshop Leader: Squadron leader adrian Holt, Innovation Scout, JHub, UK moD 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. 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 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
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