DECEMBER 5–7, 2017  GEORGE R. BROWN CONVENTION CENTER
SPACE APPLICATIONS FUELING BUSINESS INNOVATION

Session Resources

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Thank you for being part of SpaceCom. See you at SpaceCom 2017 to be held in Houston, TX December 5-7, 2017!

 

Tuesday, November 15, 9:00 – 10:00 AM

Welcoming Remarks

Recorded remarks by Rep. Brian Babin, U.S. House of Representative of the Texas 36th Congressional District.

Speaker:
Rep. Brian Babin
U.S. House of Representatives
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Keynote: How Private Financed Initiatives Can Drive the LEO Economy

In light of the commercial space industry’s involvement in helping further the development of low earth orbit (LEO), and the ongoing discussions regarding NASA’s role in the mix of private, not-for-profit and public actors involved in LEO, Stuart Bradie, President & CEO of KBR, suggests there are lessons to be learned from its experience with Private Financed Initiatives (PFIs) that can help inform these discussions and decisions in order to support NASA with LEO and…Read More

Speaker:
Graham Hill
Executive Vice President responsible for Global Business Development & Strategy
KBR
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Tuesday, November 15, 10:30 – 11:45 AM

Panel: The State of Global Space Commerce

Like the Internet twenty years ago, the commercial space sector is awash in cash full of entrepreneurial spirit and energy. Investors are pouring billions into promising space start-up. We have passed through an inflection point, and some early winners are emerging, but the real tipping point in commercial space is still a bit down the road. This panel will assess the state of the Global Space Commerce and review the promising space innovations and how…Read More

Speakers:
Carissa Christensen
Managing Partner
The Tauri Group
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Carol Webber
Exploration Mission Office Director, Orion Program
Lockheed Martin Space Systems Company

Frank Culbertson
President, Space Systems Group
Orbital ATK

Hitoshi Kuninaka Ph.D
Director, Space Exploration Innovation Hub Center (TANSAX)
Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA)

Peter McGrath II
Global Sales & Marketing Director Space Exploration
The Boeing Company

Steve Jurczyk
Associate Administrator, Space Technology Mission Directorate
NASA

Stuart Martin
CEO & Executive Director
Satellite Applications Catapult

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Tuesday, November 15, 11:45 – 1:15 PM

Keynote: Radically Rethinking Access to Space – The Emerging Market For Stratospheric Flight

Disruptive technologies are redefining the space industry. The emergence of the stratospheric technologies is yet another example. Stratopheric flight platforms like World View’s Stratollites and Voyager craft enables previously unthinkable applications for Earth observation, communications and space tourism, at a fraction of the cost. In her keynote, Jane Poynter will share the potential and vision for the future of the coming stratospheric economy.

Speaker:
Jane Poynter
Co-founder and CEO
World View
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Tuesday, November 15, 1:30 – 2:45 PM

Panel: The Technology Intersection Points

Technology transfer between NASA and terrestrial industries is a two-way street. In this discussion, the panel representing five unique industries will review examples of space tech making a difference on Earth, how emerging space technologies will advance capabilities, and ultimately what NASA and the space industry are gaining from their terrestrial partner companies.

Speakers:
Larry Strader
Manager, External Pursuits Program Office
Jacobs Engineering Group, Inc.

Dr. Scott Dulchavsky
CEO
Henry Ford Innovation Institute
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Michael B. Jones
President
The Maritime Alliance
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Ruth Perry
Marine Science and Regulatory Policy Specialist
Shell Oil Co.
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Scott Killian
Business Development Manager – Aerospace
EOS of North America, Inc.
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Steven Ward
Director of Geospatial Sciences
The Climate Corporation (A Monsanto Company)
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Tuesday, November 15, 3:20 – 4:15 PM

Panel: The Satellite Data Revolution

Satellite technology is undergoing revolutionary change. As satellites get smaller and more sophisticated, and as launch costs come down, a new generation of satellite applications is coming on line. This explosion of satellite generated data is creating new challenges and opportunities for the data analytic software developers who help end users make sense of the tsunami of information flow. This panel will discuss the latest developments and help the audience appreciate and stay ahead of…Read More

Speakers:
Louis Zacharilla
Director of Development
Society of Satellite Professionals International
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CAPT. Bill Diehl, USCG (Ret.)
President
Greater Houston Port Bureau
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David Anhalt
Vice President & General Manager
Iridium PRIME
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Edward Kearns Ph.D.
Director, NOAA’s Big Data Project
National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration

Joe Rothenberg
Independent Consultant

John J. Stolte, Jr.
Executive Vice President, Technology and Operations
ORBCOMM
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Wednesday, November 16, 8:15 – 8:45 AM

Keynote: From Near-Earth Asteroids to Alpha Centauri — Unconventional Space Initiatives

The burgeoning commercial space industry is emboldening companies, nations and philanthropists to the push boundaries of what is possible for global space ventures. In this inspirational keynote, Pete Worden will discuss his role in supporting Luxembourg’s effort to become a world center for space resource mining, and explain how non-profit entities like the Breakthrough Prize Foundation are transforming the model for financing high risk space endeavors.

Speaker:
Pete Worden
Chairman Breakthrough Prize Foundation, and former Director of NASA Ames Research Center
Breakthrough Starshot
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Wednesday, November 16, 8:45 – 9:15 AM

Building the Super Highway to Cislunar Space

As an industry, we are on the verge of unlocking capabilities that will transform humanity’s relationship with space. Transportation is critical to realizing these capabilities. In this session, United Launch Alliance Chief Operating Officer Dan Collins will outline how affordable, reliable space transportation can enable a self-sustaining Cislunar economy and other exciting innovations in space.

Speaker:
Daniel Collins
Chief Operating Officer
United Launch Alliance
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Wednesday, November 16, 9:30 – 10:15 AM

Emerging Markets: Space Related Business Opportunities

Any new commercial venture requires sufficient capital and sound ROI analysis. The right business plan is be the difference between success and failure. In this session, you will refine your space business value proposition. Come with your ideas, or work with others, and learn how to get started and get funded with a winning plan for your space-related business venture.

Speakers:
Stephan Reckie
Founding Managing Member
Angelus Funding

Bob Prochnow
Executive Director
Technology Collaboration Center of Houston
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Dr. Adam Van Etten
Research Scientist
In-Q-Tel

 

Enabling Big Data: Earth Observation

New satellite instruments and software analytics are adding value to Earth observational images to the benefit of range of industries from maritime to agriculture to emergency preparedness to fishery. From accurate weather forecasting to crop irrigation management, the applications of multi-spectral satellite imaging are improving dramatically, and at the same time becoming more accessible to the wider markets. This session will explore the potential applications for Earth observation instruments, and engage the audience in a…Read More

Speakers:
Erik Eliasen
Vice President, National Security Space Programs
SSC Space
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Josh Alban
VP of Business Development
Planet Labs
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Kenneth Copenhaver
GIS Consultant/Principal
CropGrower LLC
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Phil Downen
Vice President, Government Programs
UrtheCast
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International Space Station National Lab: Capabilities

What are the capabilities and features of the ISS that private companies and organizations can access? What are the commercially promising research areas aboard ISS (i.e., space biology; fluids and combustion science; Earth sensing; protein crystallization)? What are the requirements for getting a commercial experiment on the ISS? This session will review the benefits and capabilities of using the ISS for commercial purposes.

Speakers:
Cynthia Bouthot
Director of Business Development
Center for the Advancement of Science in Space (CASIS)

Kenneth Savin
Advisor, Clinical Innovation
Eli Lilly and Company

Mike Read
Manager, International Space Station National Lab Office
NASA Johnson Space Center

Paul Reichert
Associate Principal Scientist
Merck Research Laboratories
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Rob Carlson
President
JAMSS America, Inc.
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Tetsuya Sakashita
Manager for Science Mission Integration, JEM Utilization Center, Human Space Flight Technology Directorate
JAXA
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Microgravity Applications: Unique Materials

Space research has already been a boon to materials sciences. The microgravity environment of space is a proven valuable testing ground for a wide range of metallurgic and silicon materials. The ISS National Laboratory makes it possible for companies to fly experiments and get results back faster than ever. In this session, attendees will gain knowledge on latest materials research aboard the ISS, and how that research impact manufacturing decisions on Earth.

Speakers:
Jennifer Lopez
Commerical Innovation Technology Development Lead
Center for the Advancement of Science in Space (CASIS)

Andrew Rush
President
Made In Space
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Johnnie Engelhardt
Senior Payload Integration Engineer
Alpha Space Test and Research Alliance
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Pricing, Timing and the Future of Applications in LEO

The increasing availability of affordable, timely access to low earth orbit is creating new problem-solving opportunities for terrestrial industries. From drought detection for agriculture to digital oil field management to autonomous maritime navigation, every sector of the economy can find space-based solutions to pressing challenges. Established and new launch companies will discuss the applications they are supporting with their diverse launch capabilities. Attendees will come away with a better understanding of the relationship between launch…Read More

Speakers:
Jeff Greason
CEO & Co-Founder
Agile Aero

Barry Matsumori
Technology & Development Executive
Virgin Galactic

Jim Cantrell
CEO
Vector Space Systems

Michael Holguin
Program Manager
United Launch Alliance (ULA)
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Robert Richards
Vice President, Strategy and Business Development, Space Systems Group
Orbital ATK
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Sam Gunderson
Business Development Manager
Blue Origin

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Space Resource Mining

Serious plans are underway, backed by serious investors, for private companies to tap into the mineral resources of the Solar System, starting with mining on the moon and asteroids. What opportunities do these nascent ventures present to both entrepreneurs and mature companies? The panelists will briefly describe their business model and will engage in a facilitated conversation on how others can get involved.

Speakers:
Mary Lynne Dittmar
Executive Director
The Coalition for Deep Space Exploration
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Bob Richards
Founder & CEO
Moon Express, Inc.

Chris Lewicki
President & CEO
Planetary Resources

Dale Boucher
CEO
Deltion Innovations, Ltd
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Daniel Faber
Chief Executive Officer
Deep Space Industries
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Jim Keravala
COO
Shackleton Energy

 

Technology Intersection Points: Robotics

Robotics and artificial intelligence are making their way into our homes and workplaces at an ever increasing rate. Space mission requirements have driven the evolution of robotic capability. At the same time, terrestrial industries have developed robotics in myriad ways to suit their needs. As we move into the next phase of robotics capabilities, how do we push the boundaries of the technology collaboratively to meet the new challenges in space and on Earth? This…Read More

Speakers:
Dr. Robert Ambrose
Principal Investigator, Game Changing Development Program Software, Robotics & Simulations Division
NASA
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Carl Walz
Director Business Development
Oceaneering International, Inc.
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Marcia O’Malley
Professor of Mechanical Engineering
Rice University
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Takanori Shibata
Chief Senior Research Scientist, Human lnfomatics Research Institute
National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST)

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The Making of a Mars Mission

The Journey to Mars has begun. Join Col. Duffy and NASA’s team of astronauts, rocket scientists and industry experts to learn what they are designing and building to create the world’s first interplanetary space travel system to take humans on deep-space missions to destinations never explored before.  The journey to Mars will be a global, collaborative effort of many programs, many companies and multiple nations. Cislunar missions with the Orion spacecraft and Space Launch System launch…Read More
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Speakers:
Col.  Brian Duffy USAF, Ret.
Orbital ATK Vice President & JSC Program Manager, Propulsion Systems
Orbital ATK

Darby Cooper
Manager, Integrated Analysis, Space Launch System
Boeing

Jay Littles
Director, Advanced Launch Vehicle Propulsion
Aerojet Rocketdyne

Jessica Meir Ph.D.
Astronaut
NASA

John Couch
Vice President
Futuramic Tool & Engineering

Karrie Abelein
Mechanical Engineering Manager
Lockheed Martin Space Systems

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Wednesday, November 16, 10:45 – 11:30 AM

Emerging Markets: Capital Source Development

Financing is the lifeblood of any business venture. Fortunately, the commercial space sector is one of the hottest investment categories at the moment. In 2015 more than $3 billion of private investments were made to commercial space companies. Though it’s never been a better time to be a space entrepreneur, prospective companies must still prove their worthiness, and will have to work hard to find and get the attention of investors. This session will review…Read More

Speakers:
Sean Casey
Co-Founder and Managing Director
Silicon Valley Space Center

Juliana Garaizar
Managing Director
Houston Angel Network
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Robert Whearty
Senior Vice President
Marsh
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Enabling Big Data: Advanced Communications

Telecom may be the most mature commercial space sector, but it is in the process of undergoing new revolution. Lighter cheaper satellites and more affordable launch options are part of the cause. The emerging technology and constellation architecture is another. Broadband satellite innovations promise to bring Internet service to the 3 billion remaining Earth inhabitants without access. Laser Comm advances will greatly improve speed and accuracy. In this session, the speakers will review the technology…Read More

Speakers:
Kieran Arnold
Head of Networks and Systems
Satellite Applications Catapult

Kevin Jackson
Chief Engineer & CTO
Flexitech, LLC
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Kyohei Iwamoto
Senior Technology Strategist, Technology Strategy Department, R&D Planning Division
Sony Corporation
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Robert H. Brumley
Senior Managing Director
Laser Light Communications, LLC
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Ronald Hatch
Senior Systems Analyst
NavCom Technologies, Inc.
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International Space Station National Laboratory: Accessing the Station

You have a commercial experiment you would like to fly on the International Space Station: Now what? This session will cover the basics of getting your business idea from your lab and onto the ISS, from vehicle options to timing to the NASA paperwork to return to scheduling astronaut time to work on your payload. There is much to consider.  To help facilitate broad utilization of the facility, NSAA has partnered with The Center for…Read More

Speakers:
Richard Larson
Executive Director of Business Development
MEI Technologies

Cynthia Bouthot
Director of Business Development
Center for the Advancement of Science in Space (CASIS)

Frank DeMauro
Vice President & General Manager, Advanced Programs Division
Orbital ATK
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Stephanie Murphy
President
Alpha Space Test and Research Alliance, LLC
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Microgravity Applications: Advances in Pharma and Biotech

From protein crystal and 3D tissue growth to drug development/testing and understanding diseases, microgravity has proven to have unique and desirable effects on biological processes. In this session, attendees will explore how microgravity can enhance biomedical research and what capabilities the ISS has in place to handle biological materials. This session is particularly relevant to anyone in the pharmaceutical or biotech field

Speakers:
Dr. Jeffrey Davis
Director
NASA Human Health & Performance Directorate
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Kenneth Savin
Advisor, Clinical Innovation
Eli Lilly and Company
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Stefanie Countryman
Associate Director
BioServe Space Technologies

Yossi Yamin
CEO
SpacePharma
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Public Policy Considerations

The future of space commerce is dependent on supportive public policy. The rapid evolution of the commercial space sector is forcing governments to write new laws that not only clarify the rules of doing business in space, but also provide sufficient incentives for space entrepreneurship. In this session, a panel of policy experts will discuss some of the critical policy developments of the past year, and engage in a dialogue of what more must be…Read More

Speakers:
James Muncy
Principal
PoliSpace

Caryn Schenewerk
Senior Counsel & Director, Government Affairs
SpaceX

Courtney Stadd
Washington Operations & Business Development
TIP Technologies

Dr.  George Nield
Associate Administrator
FAA Office of Commercial Space Transportation

Richard Pournelle
Senior Vice-President of Business Development
NanoRacks

 

Spaceports: Revenue Opportunities

Spaceports will rely on spaceflight tenant companies and/or spaceliners to anchor their basic economics as a transportation hub. Spaceports, however, have to develop a range of additional revenue streams to really sustain their activities profitably over the long term. This panel discusses the revenue options under consideration or being implemented by spaceports around the country. In some instances, the additional revenue streams are being implemented prior to spaceflight operations! An additional element of this panel will be…Read More

Speakers:
Patricia Hynes
Director
FAA Center of Excellence for Commercial Space Transportation – NMSU

Arturo Machuca
General Manager
Ellington Airport & Houston Spaceport

Jim Kuzma
SVP and Chief Operating Officer
Space Florida

Steve Howard
County Administrator & Project Leader
Spaceport Camden
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Technology Intersection Points: Imaging

NASA pioneered imaging technology to study the planets and stars, as well as the home planet. That imaging technology has transitioned to vital medical equipment, energy exploration, deep ocean fishery and salvage, and a range of health monitoring devices. What is the leading edge of imaging capabilities and what are the emerging new possibilities? This session will explore the challenges and hopes for imaging technology for space and Earth applications.

Speakers:
Dr.  Vernon McDonald, PhD
Group President
KBRwyle

Dr. Scott Dulchavsky
CEO
Henry Ford Innovation Institute

Jim Bell, PhD
Professor
School of Earth and Space Exploration at Arizona State University

Massoud Motamedi
Director
Center for Biomedical Engineering, The University of Texas Medical Branch

 

Wednesday, November 16, 2:00 – 3:30 PM

Climate: Affecting Every Business

There are common technical challenges faced by all of us on Earth which can be solved by applying space based technologies and satellite data. In concurrent workshops, attendees will engage in collaborative discussions on the use of these capabilities to derive solutions that can be applied now! This workshop targets a challenge faced across multiple industries, including: healthcare, energy, advance manufacturing, maritime, agribusiness, and aerospace.  This workshop on Climate: Affecting Every Business will emphasize big data…Read More

Speakers:
Lanny Faleide
President
Satshot

Shawn Miller
Technical Director, Navigation & Environmental Solutions
Raytheon Intelligence, Information and Services

 

Developing a Common Vision for a Sustainable Cislunar Economy (by invitation only)

A roundtable forum of commercial space technology leaders to discuss the issues and opportunities associated with the creation of a Cislunar economy. United Launch Alliance will present their Cislunar 1000 initiative, and a facilitated discussion will explore capabilities, opportunities and challenges associated with a robust Cislunar ecosystem. One objective of the roundtable is to identify companies, agencies, academic institution and individuals who would be part of the founding of an coalition tentatively called the Cislunar…Read More

Speaker:
David Kornuta
United Launch Alliance

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Infrastructure: Smart and Secure

There are common technical challenges faced by all of us on Earth which can be solved by applying space based technologies and satellite data. In concurrent workshops, attendees will engage in collaborative discussions on the use of these capabilities to derive solutions that can be applied now! This workshop targets a challenge faced across multiple industries, including: healthcare, energy, advance manufacturing, maritime, agribusiness, and aerospace.  This workshop on Infrastructure: Smart and Secure will explore the security…Read More

Speaker:
Larry Strader
Manager, External Pursuits Program Office
Jacobs Engineering Group, Inc.
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Materials: Reshaping our World

There are common technical challenges faced by all of us on Earth which can be solved by applying space based technologies and satellite data. In concurrent workshops, attendees will engage in collaborative discussions on the use of these capabilities to derive solutions that can be applied now! This workshop targets a challenge faced across multiple industries, including: healthcare, energy, advance manufacturing, maritime, agribusiness, and aerospace.  This workshop on Materials: Reshaping our World will examine advanced fabrication…Read More

Speaker:
Benjamin Moses
Technical Director
Association for Manufacturing Technology (AMT)

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Natural Resources: Effective Husbandry

There are common technical challenges faced by all of us on Earth which can be solved by applying space based technologies and satellite data. In concurrent workshops, attendees will engage in collaborative discussions on the use of these capabilities to derive solutions that can be applied now! This workshop targets a challenge faced across multiple industries, including: healthcare, energy, advance manufacturing, maritime, agribusiness, and aerospace.  This workshop on Natural Resources: Effective Husbandry will explore earth observation…Read More

Speaker:
Dr. Henk Mooiweer
Principal
Innovenate LLC
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Our Oceans: The Vital Resource

There are common technical challenges faced by all of us on Earth which can be solved by applying space based technologies and satellite data. In concurrent workshops, attendees will engage in collaborative discussions on the use of these capabilities to derive solutions that can be applied now! This workshop targets a challenge faced across multiple industries, including: healthcare, energy, advance manufacturing, maritime, agribusiness, and aerospace.  This workshop on Our Oceans: The Vital Resource will examine enabling technologies…Read More

Speaker:
Michael B. Jones
President
The Maritime Alliance

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Remote Medicine: Quality Care Anywhere and Everywhere

There are common technical challenges faced by all of us on Earth which can be solved by applying space based technologies and satellite data. In concurrent workshops, attendees will engage in collaborative discussions on the use of these capabilities to derive solutions that can be applied now! This workshop targets a challenge faced across multiple industries, including: healthcare, energy, advance manufacturing, maritime, agribusiness, and aerospace.  This workshop on Remote Medicine: Quality Care Anywhere and Everywhere will…Read More

Speakers:
Dorit Donoviel
Director
Biomedical Innovations Laboratory, Center for Space Medicine at Baylor College of Medicine

Dr. Jeffrey Davis
Director
NASA Human Health & Performance Directorate

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Thursday, November 17, 8:30 – 8:45 AM

NASA ISS Feed & SpaceCom STEM Announcement

Speaker:
Sam Scimemi
Director for International Space Station, Human Exploration and Operations Mission Directorate
NASA
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Thursday, November 17, 8:45 – 9:15 AM

Keynote: Investing In Space Commerce

Since 1999, Robert Bigelow and his company, Bigelow Aerospace, have been on a mission to provide affordable and habitable destinations for national space agencies and corporate clients. In 2006 and 2007, we launched orbiting prototype habitats. And in May 2016, NASA attached a Bigelow Aerospace habitat, BEAM, to the International Space Station. In this keynote, Robert Bigelow will share his vision of how his company will assist human exploration and the discovery of beneficial resources…Read More

Speaker:
Robert Bigelow
Founder
Bigelow Aerospace
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Thursday, November 17, 9:15 – 10:30 AM

Start-Up Stars Panel with Investor Critique

A panel of investors and incubators will review and critique presentations of promising new space related start-up. Audience will be able to participate in the collaborative lively pitch session. Featured Start-ups Stars: Altius Space Machines, Jonathan Goff, President & CEO Cohu Experience Ltd.; Kalle Vähä-Jaakkola, CEO & co-founder Edge of Spac; Ed Harris, Partner Exoterra ; Michael VanWoerkom, Owner FOMS, Inc.; Leo Volfson, CEO Lunar Station ( Download Presentation); Blair DeWitt, CEO & Co-Founder Open Cosmos; Aleix Megías, Director, System Engineer Orbital Sidekick ( Download Presentation); and Daniel Katz, Co-Founder

Speakers:
Stephan Reckie
Founding Managing Member
Angelus Funding

David Lindenbaum
Systems Engineer
In-Q-Tel

Jose Ocasio-Christian
Managing Partner
Caelus Partners, LLC

Maryanna Saenko
Investment Partner
Airbus Ventures

Sean Casey
Co-Founder and Managing Director
Silicon Valley Space Center

 

Thursday, November 17, 11:00 – 12:00 PM

Panel: Technology Opportunities at the Intersection of Industries (Workshop Follow-up)

The panelists are the industry workshop facilitators from Day 2 of SpaceCom 2016. They will give brief top-line outcomes from their sessions, and engage with each other and the audience on the intersection of where space technologies are applying cross-industries, and how industry is meeting the needs of the space community.
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Speakers:
Barry Matsumori
Technology & Development Executive
Virgin Galactic

Benjamin Moses
Technical Director
Association for Manufacuring Technology (AMT)

Dorit Donoviel
Director
Biomedical Innovations Laboratory, Center for Space Medicine at Baylor College of Medicine

Dr. Henk Mooiweer
Principal
Innovenate LLC

Dr. Jeffrey Davis
Director
NASA Human Health & Performance Directorate

Lanny Faleide
President
Satshot

Michael B. Jones
President
The Maritime Alliance

Shawn Miller
Technical Director, Navigation & Environmental Solutions
Raytheon Intelligence, Information and Services

 

Thursday, November 17, 12:00 – 12:20 PM

Keynote: The Path to Mars and Beyond – The Next 100 Years

Inspiration, partnerships and a practical path- all are needed to get humans to Mars. Take a look back at the dawn of the aviation industry with Boeing Vice President and General Manager of Space Exploration, John Elbon, and see how our past will influence our future plans for exploration. From airmail to deep space, the best is yet to come.

Speakers:
John Elbon
Vice President and General Manager
The Boeing Company
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Thursday, November 17, 12:20 – 1:15 PM

Technology for the Benefit of Humanity: Panel of Astronauts of the Past, Present & Future

Dr. Ellen Ochoa, Director of NASA Johnson Space Center, will lead a lively discussion among a panel of fellow space travelers that will give a first-hand look at past, present and future research and technology that has and will continue to impact terrestrial industries and life on Earth.

Speakers:
Dr. Ellen Ochoa
Director
NASA Johnson Space Center

Charles Walker
Independent Aerospace Professional & First Commercial Astronaut

Don McMonagle
Vice President NASA Programs
Raytheon
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Greg Johnson
President & Executive Director
Center for the Advancement of Science in Space

Soichi Noguchi
Japanese Spacewalker
President, Association of Space Explorers
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Victor Glover
NASA Astronaut

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