SMi Group reports: In four weeks’ time key stakeholders involved in the satellite sector will gather at Military Space Situational Awareness conference in London.
The 14th annual Military Space Situational Awareness conference will return to London on the 1st-2nd April 2019. The event is set to discuss technologies and strategies being utilised to build a greater understanding of where assets are, how they are moving and management of space assets at the end of their shelf life.
The 2019 conference has already attracted a global audience of telescope and space experts from the military, research institutions and industry. Nations attending include: Australia, Brazil, Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, South Korea, Sweden, Switzerland, United Kingdom, USA and more.
With 120+ attendees expected, 7+ hours of networking and an extensive exhibition space – once again the Military Space Situational Awareness conference will provide an unparalleled chance to meet and network with all the key players in this important domain.
Those attending this year’s conference include: Airbus Defence and Space, Brazilian Air Force, Caligor Rx, Canadian Armed Forces, Cestrian Capital Research, CGI, CNES, Dstl, EU SatCen, European Space Agency, ExoAnalytic Solutions, FOI, German Aerospace Center (DLR), Italian Air Force, KASI, Korea Astronomy and Space Science Institute, Kratos, L3 Applied Defense Solutions, Met Office (UK), Mitre Corporation, NATO MARCOM, Northern Space & Security Ltd, Norwegian MoD, OHB System, Pangaea Wire, Polish Military University Of Technology, Polish Space Agency, RAF, RNLAF, Royal Australian Air Force, Royal Netherlands Air Force, Royal United Services Institute (RUSI), Serco Ltd, Serradata, SJE Space, Sky Perfect JSAT Corporation, STFC, RAL, Teledyne e2v, Thales, Netherlands BV, UK MOD, UK Missile Defence Centre, UKSA, United Nations Institute For Disarmament Research, University of Oxford, University of Surrey, US Air Force, US Air Force Academy, US Department of Commerce, US Air Force Institute of Technology, US Strategic Command, Winston & Cooper Consulting, and more.
Download the event brochure for the full two-day agenda and speaker line up at http://www.military-space.com/vuelio
SMi Group are also pleased to announce a new presentation has been added to the 2019 agenda: Dr Pascal Faucher, Chairman EU SST Consortium, CNES (French Space Agency) will be presenting ‘Asset Management in a Changing Domain’. Topics to be discussed include:
- What the increasing number of satellites, debris and space faring nations mean for space traffic management
- Key approaches to working with industry and setting requirements for future assets
- French launch capability: building capability within the ESA framework
- Building international collaboration in space
- Concluding remarks
There are also two half-day post-conference workshops that are almost sold out:
Two seats left for the workshop led by Mr Klisman Murati, Director, Pangaea Wire, on the topic of ‘Space Law: What Space Sovereignty Means for Operating Safely in the 4th Domain’
One seat left for the workshop led by Squadron Leader (Ret'd) Ralph Dinsley, Associate & Founder, Reflecting Space, on the topic of ‘Firming Up the Rules of The Road: The Legal Mechanics of STM’
With only four weeks remaining until the event, register today at http://www.military-space.com/vuelio
Military Space Situational Awareness
Conference: 1st and 2nd April 2019
Two post-conference workshops: 3rd April 2019
London, United Kingdom
Gold Sponsor: ExoAnalytics Solutions
Sponsors and Exhibitors: Kratos Defense & Security Solutions, L3 Applied Defense Solutions and Rajant Corporation
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