SIDE MEETING DEADLINE
June 17, 2020

Side Meeting Schedule

Achieving Compact and Effective Thermal Management in SmallSats
Presented by Advanced Cooling Technologies

In the SmallSat architectures, tight packaging of mission critical electronics coupled with increasing power densities of those components is leading to thermal management becoming a critical design point. System engineers need to take advantage of any and all surfaces that can be used for heat dissipation. Having more capable heat transfer and thermal absorption available can increase effectiveness and limit the need for larger radiators. In this session, we’ll discuss current and future technologies that will enable higher power while maintaining low mass solutions.


Contact
Bryan Muzyka
Bryan.muzyka@1-act.com

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Achieving Flexibility in a Market that Favors Stability
Presented by Spaceflight

Increased capacity to orbit is allowing the space industry to scale. To realize full scale potential, launchers must be flexible enough to support a wide array of customers, and customers must be flexible enough to integrate with multiple vehicles – on short timelines. For many reasons, this can be prohibitively expensive and difficult to achieve for either party. Spaceflight has experience integrating a wide array of satellites across nearly all launchers in quick succession. In this meeting Spaceflight will discuss how we achieve flexibility in a market that favors stability.


Contact
Jodi Sorensen
jodi@spaceflight.com

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Advanced Workshop: Lean Requirements, Verification and Test-Management for Small Satellites
Presented by Valispace

Requirements, verification, and test-management when developing satellites is a time-consuming process, often depending on many people from various disciplines. Throughout this digital workshop, the Valispace team will spark conversations by sharing what they have learned from solving challenges when working with the most innovative hardware companies, and moderate round the table discussion to share best practices amongst participants. The most important element of this session will be the discussion talking about challenges and best practices where participants engage and learn from each other.


Contact
Stefan Siarov
Stefan@valispace.com

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Commercial SmallSat Policy 101
Presented by Satellite Industry Association

The Satellite Industry Association, a U.S.-based trade association representing the leading domestic satellite operators, service providers, manufacturers, launch services providers, and ground equipment suppliers, will provide an overview of current policy issues impacting the commercial smallsat community. The discussion will cover spectrum issues, remote sensing policy, orbital debris, current legislative issues impacting the smallsat community, and more.


Contact
Therese Jones
tjones@sia.org

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CubeSat Interface Standard
Presented by Kyushu Institute of Technology

Many CubeSats are built by combining COTS components available in the market. It is always challenging to fit all the components in the limited volume and make them work as a system. As we envision the era of rapid development and mass production, standardization of a CubeSat interface is strongly desired. Well-defined interface between a satellite bus and a mission payload is also desired. A new initiative to have an international standard of CubeSat interface started in 2019. The meeting will provide the update and collect feedback from the community.


Contact
Mengu Cho
cho@ele.kyutech.ac.jp

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Doing Business with CONFERS
Presented by Consortium for the Execution of Rendezvous and Servicing Operations

Please join us for an overview of the Consortium for the Execution of Rendezvous and Servicing Operations (CONFERS). This will encompass an explanation of CONFERS’ ongoing activities, as well as discuss the standards and policy of on-orbit serving and its importance.


Contact
Rick Nobbs
Rick.nobbs@ati.org

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Doing Business with SpEC
Presented by Space Enterprise Consortium

Please join us for an overview on doing business with Space Enterprise Consortium (SpEC). We will cover the following topics: SpEC Timeline, Other Transaction Authority (OTA) Basics, SpEC Vision, SpEC Leadership, Dues and Fees, How to Join, and Membership.


Contact
Stephen Bates
Stephen.bates@ati.org

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FCC Satellite Licensing - Frequently Asked Questions
Presented by Federal Communications Commission

FCC representatives will discuss frequently asked questions related to satellite licensing, with a focus on small satellites.


Contact
Merissa Velez
merissa.velez@fcc.gov

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Introduction to Radiation Effects
Presented by Radiation Test Solutions, Inc and NASA Electronic Parts and Packaging (NEPP)

Enabling longer duration and harsher environment SmallSat missions-NASA Electronic Parts and Packaging (NEPP) and Radiation Test Solutions, Inc. is providing an introductory training module for radiation effects on space systems. Course will cover space radiation environments and their effects on spacecraft materials and electronics. We will discuss various natural radiation sources, and the temporal and spatial variations in these environments. The basic interactions of radiation in materials, and how that manifests in mechanical, optical, and electrical degradation. Discussion of mitigation techniques will be covered along with approaches for analysis and testing to verify radiation resilience of designs.


Contact
Siri Speegle
sspeegle@radiationtestsolutions.com

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K Band for Small Sat Applications
Presented by Orbital Research Ltd.

Congestion with traditional Small Sat Spectrum – namely S and X bands, has driven demand for available spectrum in K band – 22 to 27 GHz. Applications include TT&C, Cross links and Earth to Space and Space to Earth high speed communications. Learn how you can leverage this virtually untouched spectrum to enhance and differentiate your Earth Observation project.


Contact
Trevor Hiebert
thiebert@orbitalresearch.net

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Leveraging AI for Automated Satellite Operations
Presented by Cognitive Space, Inc.

Automation in satellite operations will become increasingly important as we continue to see the deployment of large small satellite constellations. While the industry is changing, manufacturing methods from one-off’s to high- volume assembly lines, current human-centric approaches to operations will also need to be revised to maximize output and enable the responsiveness required for the desired end-user demand to materialize. We will discuss how AI technology is being leveraged to both improve and streamline satellite operations.


Contact
Guy de Carufel
guy@cognitivespace.com

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Mitigating Space Debris: Planning Now to Meet Future FCC Regulations
Presented by Mudd Law

This past April, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) voted to require additional space debris safety disclosures. And, although it delayed a vote to impose stricter space debris avoidance standards and a maneuverability requirement, these proposed regulations will be revisited. Consequently, an opportunity exists to provide the FCC with input on the future of space debris mitigation and regulation. This meeting will discuss in detail the new disclosures, the proposed regulations deferred by the FCC, and potential future regulations that can mediate the needs for space debris mitigation and industry growth.


Contact
Charles Mudd
clm@muddlaw.com

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NASA Town Hall
Presented by NASA

In its 9th year, the Annual NASA Town Hall meeting is a forum for scientists and technologists to hear about NASA’s current and future plans for small satellite missions and related technologies in the Space Technology (STMD), Science (SMD), and Human Exploration and Operations Mission Directorates (HEOMD). This forum is designed to inform participants on upcoming funding opportunities for various types of projects across NASA. A status of 2020 Small Spacecraft Technology Program missions and solicitations is a focal point of the meeting.


Contact
Julianna Fishman
Julianna.L.Fishman@nasa.gov

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New Launch Opportunities for Small Satellites on Soyuz-2 LV
Presented by GK Launch Services

GK Launch Services will provide an overview of the company as a launch service provider using Soyuz-2 LV from Russian spaceports, main characteristics of the Soyuz-2 launch system, including performance to various orbits, mission profiles and fairing configurations for dedicated, shared and multiple satellite missions that can be of specific interest for small satellites and Cubesats. We will also talk about our special tool – an online Cubesat and Smallsat price calculator available on GK Launch Services website and upcoming launch missions that can be offered to small satellites and Cubesats.


Contact
Mila Savelyeva
savelyeva@gklaunch.ru

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NSF CubeSat Licensing Panel
Presented by National Science Foundation

Experts from government agencies responsible for licensing of spectrum for will answer questions and provide information on the CubeSat licensing process. Agencies represented will include NSF, NASA, FCC, and NTIA. PI’s of CubeSat programs from the NSF are encouraged and welcome to attend.


Contact
Lisa Winter
lwinter@nsf.gov

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On-Orbit AI & Cloud Computing
Presented by Unibap

Unibap, with its partners for this co-hosted event, the Atlantic Council, Moog Inc. and Troxel Aerospace, will introduce the SpaceCloud™ solution for Artificial Intelligence (AI)/Machine Learning (ML) and Cloud Computing, specifically for resource-constrained space satellite platforms. The NASA Hyperspectral Thermal Imaging (HyTI), is one example how capabilities for near real-time processing and AI can be utilized on a 6U CubeSat. Furthermore, the future evolution of the Unibap SpaceCloud Services (USS) framework will be discussed.
A distinguished panel of experts will address the topic of On-Orbit AI & Cloud Computing


Contact
Mathias Persson
Mathias.persson@unibap.com

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On-Orbit Manufacturing & Assembly for SmallSat Missions Workshop
Presented by Made in Space, Inc.

Join the Made In Space team to discuss the current state-of-the-art for in-space manufacturing and robotic assembly, brainstorm potential small satellite missions and applications, and explore opportunities to collaborate. This workshop is facilitated by MIS staff and will be on a non-attribution basis. One-on-one discussions are available.


Contact
Trey Clinton
trey@madeinspace.us

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Product Announcement: Accion Systems TILE 3
Presented by Accion Systems

Accion Systems’ latest in-space propulsion product, the TILE 3, is ready for prime time! With an unparalleled thrust to power ratio, uniquely flexible and scaleable architecture that allows for mission tailoring and industry SWaP advantages, join us to learn about the latest and greatest in small satellite in-space propulsion.


Contact
Elizabeth Barno
elizabethb@accion-systems.com

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Radiation Guidelines for Notional Threat Identification and Classification (R-GENTIC): Webtool Walk-Through
Presented by NASA Electronics Parts and Packaging (NEPP)

Radiation Hardness Assurance (RHA) methodologies are beneficial for designs and designers that cannot afford radiation hardened parts. A walk-through of the online tool R-GENTIC will highlight the capabilities and benefits of identifying the hazard and weighing relative risk based on part technology or process. Guidance and reference material such as international standards or best practices are also pulled into the tool and help categorize what size, weight, and power (SWaP) trades present a risk. This tool aims to get designers thinking pro-actively about the impact and influence of radiation effects at the system level.


Contact
Siri Speegle
sspeegle@radiationtestsolutions.com

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Reinventing Space Operations
Presented by Telespazio Vega Deutschland GmbH

As one of Europe’s leaders in satellite solutions and services, we want to discuss with our audience the future of space operations. We want to discover their pains and needs, as well as present a revolutionary end-to-end cloud platform for space operations, which allows for easy, scalable and cost-efficient management of space assets.


Contact
Cristina Conesa
marketing@telespazio-vega.de

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Scalable Solutions in the Cloud – Opportunities and Challenges
Presented by Telespazio Vega Deutschland GmbH

How can we make best use of the cloud for space operations? What challenges do we face? What opportunities are there to scale business models for small sat manufacturers and operators? We would like to discuss these and many other related topics with an engaged audience of experts.


Contact
Alessandro Baronio
Alessandro.baronio@telespazio-vega.de

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SDL Technical Workshop: The 20-20 Vision of Space Mission Architectures
Presented by Space Dynamics Laboratory

To foster continuity and advancement within the small satellite applications community, the Space Dynamics Laboratory is hosting a workshop at the TS//SI/TK//NOFORN level.

Workshop benefits include:

  • Relevant government agency briefings on small satellite technical topics
  • Opportunities to exchange information concerning upcoming technical needs and requirements
  • Networking with cleared SCI technical experts
  • Networking luncheon and evening socials

Workshop Postponed, visit site for details:
http://www.sdl.usu.edu/media-events/events/technical-workshop


Contact
Paul Stewart
(435) 713-3129
paul.stewart@sdl.usu.edu

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Small Satellites: Workshop on Precision Deployment and Safe Operations for Nano and Microsatellites
Presented by D-Orbit

D-Orbit leads a workshop on the challenges of smallsat missions in terms of transportation, deployment, and operations presenting ION, a space vessel able to deploy satellites in precise orbital slots and perform on-orbit maneuvers, and Aurora, an innovative cloud-based mission-control software suite. Starting with an update on ION's maiden mission and its future developments, we will dive into an interactive analysis of real case studies and explore how ION and Aurora can enhance your mission, may you need to precisely deploy a single satellite or a constellation, or validate your technology through an IOD/IOV mission.


Contact
Eleonora Luraschi
Eleonora.luraschi@dorbit.space

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Smallsats, The Big Leap Panel Discussion
Presented by NSR

As small satellites become more prevalent in the industry, a larger number of private and government operators are making the leap to pack better payloads in sub-500kg platforms with the hopes of striking it big. The move is on for communications, Earth Observation and other applications to produce and launch a flurry of smallsats for a wider variety of end-user customers. Join us to hear from NSR and key players in the industry- what they see as the sweet spot for smallsats and the markets that will reap the greatest returns.


Contact
Shagun Sachdeva
ssachdeva@nsr.com
lpivo@nsr.com

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Space Architecture and Standards 2021 Award Announcement
Presented by Space Infrastructure Foundation

Space Infrastructure Foundation (SIF) will present an award of $1,000 in 2021 to the best Architecture Description for an emergent commercial space development. This may include such developments as a commercial lunar activity, on-orbit servicing, space mining, or something else. The winning architecture description will be based on ISO 42010 and reference supporting open space standards. Details will be provided at the meeting.


Contact
Frederick Slane
freds@spacestandards.org

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Space Weather and Small Satellites: How the Sun Impacts LEO
Presented by Secure World Foundation

Low Earth orbit (LEO) is increasingly crowded as more satellite operators seek to exploit the benefits LEO has to offer. Beyond crowding, the region is also subject to perturbations from the Sun's effects on the outer layers of the atmosphere and complex electrical phenomena. Please join the Secure World Foundation and the University of Colorado at Boulder for a moderated discussion with speakers from academia, government, and industry to better understand this key challenge of operating in LEO.


Contact
Krystal Azelton
kazelton@swfound.org

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Spaces for All Humankind: Facilitating Diverse and Inclusive Aerospace Events
Presented by Aerospace Diversity and Inclusion Taskforce

From Gallup: “Diversity represents the full spectrum of human demographic differences—race, religion, gender, sexual orientation, socio-economic status, or physical disability. Inclusion refers to a cultural and environmental feeling of belonging.” With the introduction of programs like the AIAA Diversity Scholars Program and the Brooke Owens Fellowship, the aerospace community is successfully increasing access to the industry by bringing in bright students from underrepresented and nontraditional backgrounds and ensuring they have a place and voice. How can we continue the positive momentum and expand the efforts of the community to include diversity in the aerospace industry? The goal of this roundtable discussion is threefold: 1. Educate the community on what is currently being done to improve diversity and inclusivity. 2. Reflect on the state of diversity and inclusion across the industry, including conferences, workshops, workplaces, and classrooms. 3. Build actionable plans for how to continue to improve diversity and inclusion in the aerospace community, both on organizational and individual levels. The community we would like to see at this event should include all of those who are interested in expanding their diversity and inclusivity initiatives to improve themselves and organizations/events they are leading now or in the future. This includes anyone from current students to the heads of organizations. Note: The Aerospace Diversity and Inclusion Task Force is an ad hoc group of students and young professionals working to improve diversity and inclusion in the aerospace industry. Included in this group are Brooke Owens Fellows, Matthew Isakowitz Fellows, AIAA Diversity Scholars and Diversity Working Group, Students for the Exploration and Development of Space, and the Space Generation Advisory Council.


Contact
Therese Jones
tjones@sia.org

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SparkWing: The Off-the-Shelf Solar Array for SmallSats
Presented by Airbus DS NL

Although solar arrays used to be custom designed and built for every single space platform, the fast developments on the smallsat market nowadays require a more "Commercial Off-The-Shelf" approach. Given the many smallsats platforms and launchers, how can solar arrays be realized as a COTS component? What are the design trade-offs and parameters for such a standardized solar array? In this meeting we will share our findings and present the resulting standardized 'SparkWing' smallsat solar array.


Contact
Matthijs van der Kooij
m.vd.kooij@airbusDS.nl

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The Evolving State of Ground Stations and Data
Presented by RBC Signals

Small satellites continue to usher in a new, data intensive era of space. New data-centric architectures are now needed in the ground segment to realize the full potential of satellites. We will discuss trends and challenges in ground segment architecture to address the coming flood of small satellite data, including antennas, software defined radios (SDR), compute & storage at the edge, and public cloud integration.


Contact
Sean McClinton
sean@rbcsignals.com

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The Japanese Tech Show
Presented by Japan Booth

This side meeting shows you Japanese top and fine quality technologies and services for small satellites. You can find solutions which you never reached by yourselves during developments. Speakers will introduce detailed specifications of their products and future visions how they want to collaborate with you. They will also share their secret stories from their developments. Come and see the selected technologies and services from the Land of the Rising Sun.


Contact
Shinsaku Nakamura
Nakamura-shinsaku@jspacesystems.or.jp

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Workshop: Small Satellites & Sustainable Development
Presented by Secure World Foundation

Building on last year's session, which focused on examining implemented and proposed case studies from non-profit, academic, and industry actors and analyze barriers to expanding the use of small satellite technology for humanitarian and development purposes, this session will be an interactive activity designed to solicit feedback on how best to connect the small satellite and sustainable development communities.


Contact
Krystal Azelton
kazelton@swfound.org

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