Presentations from techUK's 2nd Satellite Applications & Services Conference held on Monday 7 November 2016.
techUK Satellite Applications & Services Conference 2016 was held at techUK offices on Monday 7 October 2016. The 2016 event brought together leaders from across industry and government to investigate the new and emerging applications and services which are key to growing the space sector.
The full agenda, delegate lists are available to view below and a digital version of all the presentations are available to download here.
techUK Welcome: Julian David, CEO
Welcome from the Conference Chair: Julian McGougan
Keynote Address: Katherine Courtney, CEO UK Space Agency
Keynote Address: Philip Bates, Analysys Mason
Presentation & Panel Session on Role of Satellites in a 5G World
Chair: Professor Barry Evans, Surrey University
Panellist #1: Paul Gudonis, Inmarsat
Panellist #2: Kumar Singarajah, Avanti
Panellist #3: Trevor Willoughby, Intelsat
Keynote Address: Dr Farhana Amin, DEFRA
Presentation & Panel Session on Opening up Space to New Services and Applications and Raising Finance
Chair: Joanne Wheeler, Bird & Bird
Panellist #1: Meidad Pariente, Sky and Space Global
Panellist #2: Robin Sampson, ClydeSpace
Panellist #3: Dr Marcell Tessenyi, Blue Skies Space
Panellist #4: Richard Brook, E-Synergy
Panellist #5: Mark Boggett, Seraphim
Presentation & Panel Session on Democratising Access to Space Technologies
Chair: Paul Febvre, Satellite Applications Catapult
Panellist #1: Nick Appleyard, European Space Agency
Panellist #2: Michelle Kennedy, ViaSat
Panellist #3: Martin Stanley, Point4
techUK close & Thank You: Julian McGougan
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