The 2020 Space Resiliency Summit
encourages members of the DoD, Intelligence Community, industry and academia to discuss initiatives aimed at maintaining US superiority in the space domain. This year's summit will examine the policies and strategies required to enhance the U.S' supremacy of the space domain. Speakers will address the need for a robust proliferated space architecture, increased cybersecurity, accurate missile detection capabilities, and sophisticated payloads. Discussions will also center on the progress of the realignment of US Space Force, US Space Command, and the US Space Enterprise.
Topics to be covered at the 2020 Summit:
- Developing US Space Strategy in an Era of Great Power Competition
- Maintaining and Enhancing the US Competitive Edge in Space
- Effectively Addressing the Challenges of a Contested and Congested Space Environment
- Delivering Space Combat Power in Defense of Vital National Interests
- Developing and Acquiring Resilient and Secure A-PNT Systems
- Expediting the Space Acquisition System to Deliver New Capabilities to the Warfighter
- Encouraging and Promoting Commercial Space Launches to Advance US Interests
Why You Should Attend This Summit:
The 7th Annual Space Resiliency Summit
is an educational summit that 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.
As barriers to entry continue to fall, the space domain is becoming an increasingly contested operating environment. US intelligence, defense, and commercial organizations actively leverage space capabilities for communications, scientific pursuits, intelligence, reconnaissance, and missile detection efforts. Compromising these assets will potentially have tremendous consequences on national security as well as the wellbeing of the nation.
Currently, adversaries such as Russia and China are developing measures to deny our ability to operate in Space though cyber and kinetic means. Even though Russia was first to develop space capabilities China has greatly increased its investment over the past few years and is now the main threat to US systems. They continue to develop anti-satellite weapons that pose a threat to not only US assets but pose a risk to creating vast amounts of space debris that could damage any number of commercial satellites.
The Space Resiliency Live Broadcast Summit
will examine the policies and strategies required to enhance the U.S' supremacy of the space domain. Speakers will address the need for a robust proliferated space architecture, increased cybersecurity, accurate missile detection capabilities, and sophisticated payloads. Discussions will also center on the progress of the realignment of US Space Force, US Space Command, and the US Space Enterprise.
Our team specializes in the extensive research and development of our Summit's content and focus areas. We assemble the most respected minds across the Space community, as well as key policymakers across military and civilian offices. Our non-partisan approach allows us to reach across all services and agencies to bring together a truly holistic group of decision-makers and solution providers.