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Workshop on Space-based SSA

January 20 @ 2:00 pm 6:00 pm

This workshop explores the contribution of space-based surveillance systems and potential future programmes. A recent blog posting – Reasons to Conduct SSA from Orbit by Stuart Eves – discusses this topic and sets the stage for the workshop. The programme for the event is available below.

A full recording of the workshop is now available to watch on YouTube:


Programme

TimeTopicSpeaker
14:00Welcome to WorkshopStuart Eves (SJEConsulting)
14:05 “Proliferating Persistence & Perspective”Josh Hartman (Vice President and General Manager, GEOST)
14:30 “In-situ Space Situational Awareness to support In-orbit Servicing activities”Toby Harris (Head of SSA, Astroscale)
15:00 “ESA’s planned activities under the Space Safety Programme – Space-Based Optical Component and feasibility assessment for a large deployable surface-based debris monitor”Tim Flohrer (Head of Space Debris Office, ESA)
15:30 “The relevance of the space environment”Gemma Attrill (Space Environment Deputy Project Technical Authority; Lead Scientist, Dstl Space Programme)
16:00Break
16:10 “mm-wave/Sub-THz ISAR imaging of space objects from space” Marina Gashinova (Chair in Pervasive Sensing, Birmingham) 
16:40 “In orbit service enablement. A platform approach with space based assets”Alex Fielding (CEO and Chairman, Privateer)
17:10 “The SSA Programme at Leicester”Nigel Bannister (Leicester)
17:25 “ExoAnalytic Space-Based SSA Perspectives”Clinton Clark (Vice President of First Impressions, ExoAnalytic)
17:55ConclusionsStuart Eves (SJEConsulting)
18:00Finish

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