Small Satellites Conference


London, United Kingdom

With the Small Satellites market expected to grow into a $7.53 bn (GBP5.94 bn) industry by 2022, the ability to deliver connectivity here on the ground through new LEO constellations mantel is already being seriously developed by leading industry and government stakeholders worldwide.

As adoption of small, nano and cube satellites constellations has been driven by the commercial market - in particular for COMSATCOM - there is now growing consensus that architectures of military systems can and must include architecture that will support LEO solution provision.

With this in mind, we are delighted to announce the inaugural Small Satellites conference in London from the 27th - 28th April 2020 which will explore economies of scale, small satellite production and design, regulatory considerations in the increasingly congested domain and key programme updates from across leading space agencies, militaries and commercial solution providers. Part of our newly launched Space Week - this conference will be held in conjunction with Military Space SSA (April 29th - 30th) to provide a holistic view of the new space environment.

Benefits of Attending

  • Understand what the emerging mega-constellations mean from a regulatory perspective & meet and engage with key licensing bodies to determine how best to do business within the small satellites market
  • Key updates from leading commercial solution providers developing cutting edge cube and nanosatellites - including leading UK industrial partners
  • Learn how future launch is being developed with critical perspectives from industry, space agencies and militaries developing this capability
  • Meet and network with innovation companies and government stakeholders disrupting our approach to space

Plus A Half Day Post- Conference Workshop | Wednesday 29th April, 2020

Disruptive Approaches to Space: How to Work with JHub
Workshop Leader: Squadron leader adrian Holt, Innovation Scout, JHub, UK moD
08.30 - 12.15

Conference Chairs:

  • Mr Roger Hunter, Program Manager, Small Spacecraft and Technology Program, NaSa
  • Dr Stuart eves, Director, SJe Space

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 Frequences (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 Offi cer, 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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Venue

Holiday Inn Kensington Forum
97 Cromwell Rd, Kensington, SW7 4DN
London, UK