Partnering companies will give 30-minute presentations to give attendees an insider’s look at their latest technology and new product launches. This is the perfect complement to the new technology, products, and services you see in the exhibits on the show floor. Access to these partner sessions is included with your exhibit hall pass.
|Time Slot||Presenting Company||Description|
|2:30 PM – 3:00 PM||“Digital Transformation from the Satellite to the Ground Systems” Mega-constellations, software-defined satellites and 5G capabilities are transforming the satellite industry. These technology advancements bring new business opportunities with the capability to deliver exponentially more services, faster, with more flexibility and increased quality of service. |
To unlock the full potential of this new space revolution, the ground segment which sits in between the terrestrial and space segment is being driven to digitally transform. This transformation will enable greater agility and faster innovation cycles to support these new satellite architectures and the tighter integration with terrestrial networks.
In this presentation we will discuss how ground systems can digitally transform their operations by taking advantage of digitization, Software-Defined Networking (SDN), virtualization and the cloud to dynamically support more capacity, more customers and more services.
|3:30 PM – 4:00 PM||“Dramatically Reducing Spacecraft Development Costs”|
|4:30 PM – 5:00 PM||“Solving Spaceflight Safety Challenges of Today and Tomorrow: The Space Data Center”|
|Time Slot||Presenting Company||Description|
|9:30 AM – 10:00 AM||“Bringing 5G NB-IoT to Space” Historically satellite systems have been proprietary systems and for the few. In the future, satellite systems will be made broadly available to the regular end-user, and this is made possible through standardization as the terrestrial networks will merge with space. This presentation will discuss how this will affect NB-IoT and how it will be implemented.|
|10:30 AM – 11:00 AM||“Constellations Podcast – Recording with Industry Leaders” Join the Constellations Podcast as we record a new episode during SATELLITE 2022. Hear the voices of space’s next innovators, thinkers and business leaders as we discuss the industry’s latest trends and issues: software-defined satellites, space domain awareness, new space economy and much more!|
|11:30 AM – 12:00 PM||“Why should a soldier on foot ever be disconnected?” Many war fighters are isolated and disconnected when away from bases and platforms on foot or on ATVs. They may have traditional satcom solutions to occasionally check in to co-ordinate plans and learn of any incoming threat, but they miss out on the full situational awareness picture and are vulnerable to the unexpected. What if you could have IP connectivity everywhere, every time, making communications certain via the most reliable satcom service on the planet? Inmarsat’s BGAN Patrol can connect every soldier to your Battle Management System, keeping them safe and effective at all times|
|1:00 PM – 1:30 PM||“Enabling High-Power Commercial & Government Missions”|
|2:00 PM – 2:30 PM||“Constellations Podcast – Recording with Industry Leaders” Join the Constellations Podcast as we record a new episode during SATELLITE 2022. Hear the voices of space’s next innovators, thinkers and business leaders as we discuss the industry’s latest trends and issues: software-defined satellites, space domain awareness, new space economy and much more!|
|3:00 PM – 3:30 PM||“Constellations Podcast – Recording with Industry Leaders” Join the Constellations Podcast as we record a new episode during SATELLITE 2022. Hear the voices of space’s next innovators, thinkers and business leaders as we discuss the industry’s latest trends and issues: software-defined satellites, space domain awareness, new space economy and much more!|
|4:00 PM – 4:30 PM||“Satellite Handoff Emulation using Digital Twins” A physics-based simulation of a satellite constellation, or a constellation digital twin, can provide great insight on how the modulated waveform of a datalink will be impacted by satellite kinematics. Capturing the effects of signal fading and large doppler shifts due to the speed of travel of a Satellite in LEO can be a challenge for any analysis or simulation. The limited period that any one satellite is in line of sight for communication adds need to provide handoffs, switching from one satellite to the next, to provide uninterrupted communication. These handoffs present added design challenges that include not just the management of the doppler predistortion, but also the use of beamforming antenna.|
What if you had access to a simulation platform that captured all the kinematic effects, your true RF hardware, including phased array beamforming limitations and that allowed you to focus on what happens during those satellite handoffs? Keysight Pathwave System Design integrates with commercially available physics-based modeling environments to provide you with the needed platform tools to analyze a range of challenging scenarios, test the resiliency and effectiveness of your SatCom system under a host of conditions.
|5:00 PM – 5:30 PM||“CONTEC’s GSaaS (Ground Station as a Service) and Satellite Image Application Service” CONTEC, spin-off from KARI (Korea Aerospace Research Institute), is the leading space company in South Korea and Asia. With our 10 ground stations (12 antennas, S/X brand & UHF/VHF) and satellite image application service platform, we are providing services to our customers in Europe, USA, Asia, and South Korea. In addition, CONTEC provides solutions for ground station hardware design and operational software with its own technology and heritage of software and mission operational system (software) development as well as system maintenance.|
In order to unleash the full potential of satellites and their data, CONTEC offers an end-to-end solution for satellite operators to solely focus on their mission without being disturbed by other tasks. We offer satellite downlink and transmission services with a global network of ground stations with full coverage. Then we pre-process the raw satellite image data (Cal/Val processing) with our own algorithm (radiometric, spatial, and geometric) and apply it for analysis according to customers’ needs. For more complete and sustainable solutions to operate satellites with reduced risks, we are preparing to provide OGS (Optical Ground Station) services as well as SSA (Space Situational Awareness) service with our telescope to be done by Q1, 2023.