The 6th Annual Space Resiliency Summit
encourages members of DoD, Intelligence Community, industry and academia to discuss initiatives aimed at maintaining US superiority in the space domain. This year's summit will highlight the reorganization of space-related responsibilities within DoD, as well as the development of advanced technologies aimed at increasing the security, efficiency, and reliability of space-based assets.
Topics to be covered at the 2019 Summit:
- Improving the Cyber Security and Physical Defense of Space-Based Assets
- Leveraging Commercial Partnerships to Fulfil Critical Capability Gaps
- Investing in Deep Space Exploration
- Addressing the Issue of Space Traffic Management
- Examining the Potential of a US Space Force
- Standing up the US Space Command to Meet Operational Needs
- Managing the Development and Acquisition of Advanced Satellite Communications Systems
- Rapidly Acquiring New Space Capabilities to Ensure Overmatch Over Adversaries
- Achieving Milestones in Scientific Space Exploration
Why You Should Attend This Summit:
This 6th Annual Space Resiliency Summit
is an educational summit which will convene senior intelligence officials, government leaders, academia, and solution providers to discuss the developing technology, infrastructure, and policies surrounding the role of space in the United States' national security enterprise.
The United States relies heavily on space-based assets for purposes ranging from communications, reconnaissance, and missile detection, to space exploration. Almost every industry in the United States depends on the resiliency of satellites and other space-based capabilities which allow us to share and receive data around the world. Disrupting any aspect of our commercial or US government-owned space infrastructure would have devastating effects not only on national security but also the US economy.
Currently, adversaries are developing measures to deny our ability to operate in space though cyber and kinetic means. In order to ensure the United States maintains dominance in the space domain, the IC and DoD must continue to invest in advanced technologies and public-private partnerships. The 2019 Space Resiliency Summit
will examine the policies and strategies meant to enhance the United States' position within the space domain. Speakers will address the need for a robust proliferated space architecture, increased cybersecurity, accurate missile detection capabilities, and sophisticated payloads in order to ensure the US is reliably and effectively able to operate in space. Discussions will also center on the realignment of space-related responsibilities within the US due to the formation of the Space Development Agency, US Space Command and future Space Force.
Exhibit and Sponsorship Information:
The 2019 Space Resiliency Summit provides opportunities including exhibit space, round table discussions, product demonstrations, and networking receptions.
2019 Confirmed Speakers Include:
- Stephen Kitay, SES, Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for Space Policy, Department of Defense
- Maj Gen Clinton Crosier, USAF, Director, US Space Force Planning Task Force
- Dr. Derek Tournear, SES,Acting Director Space Development Agency, Assistant Director for Space OUSD(R&E)
- Lt Gen Larry James, USAF (Ret), Deputy Director, NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory
- Col Russell Teehan, USAF, Space Portfolio Architect, Air Force Space and Missile Command
- Col Steve Butow, USAF, Space Lead, Defense Innovation Unit
- Dr. Peter Muend, Director, Commercial Systems Program Office, National Reconnaissance Office
VenueMary M. Gates Learning Center
701 N Fairfax St, 22314
Alexandria, VA, USAParking
There is NO parking available at the Conference Center, and street parking is limited to 2 hours.
: Parking is NO LONGER AVAILABLE at the former Crowne Plaza Hotel (901 N. Fairfax St., Alexandria, VAParking is available for a fee nearby at
Waterfront At Old Town (One block away)
226 Montgomery St
Alexandria, VA 22314, US
$11 Daily Max - CASH ONLY
Canal Center (Three blocks away)
44 Canal Center Plaza
Alexandria, VA 22314
$10 Daily Max
Washington Square (Four blocks away)
652 Wythe St
Alexandria, VA 22314
$13 Daily Max
Hotel Rooms are available at a discounted rate at: SHERATON SUITES OLD TOWN ALEXANDRIA
801 North St. Asaph Street, Alexandria, VA 22314Hotel Discount Reservation Link
(Two walking blocks to venue)