CCT Canary Wharf
As new global Space powers in Asia, the Middle East and elsewhere continue to prove their greatly improved capabilities, national defence forces in Europe and North America, international Space agencies and NATO are responding with increased investment in new satellites and other Space-based assets. The demand is growing for more rapid-reaction capabilities, pushing forward the development of smaller, lower-cost and multi-functional satellites. Crucially, the military Space and satellite industry communities are asking:
How will implementing the Operationally Responsive Space (ORS) concept impact future requirements for new systems and technologies?
With the current high-level of investment in the small satellite market, what opportunities exist for suppliers and end-users?
How can defence forces better harness the capability benefits of dual-use satellites, and what challenges do these systems present?
What opportunities are available for closer collaboration between governments and multi-national agencies in Space systems and security?
What does the establishment of the new UK Space Agency and the new French Joint Space Command mean for the European Space industry?
In just two days, you will access will hear from an outstanding speaker panel and access:
The latest capability needs and requirements for Space-based systems and technologies from the UK, US, France, Italy, Israel, NATO, the UAE and more
Details of leading military and dual-use satellite programmes including Galileo, GMES, YahSat and COSMO-SkyMed
New advances in small satellite development to meet urgent operational needs.
Expert views on where the markets for military and commercial satellites are headed in the next 10+ years.
Insight into key efforts to further international collaboration on Space-based assets and capabilities.
Planned development of the new UK Space Agency and the new French Joint Space Command.
Contact Name: Viktoria Strandlund
+44 (0)207 368 9300
Defence IQ (IQPC)