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Satellite and the Cloud
(sessions 3 & 4)
Cloud Deployments in Space

January 25th . 2022 . 14:00 UK Time (GMT)

Tier 1 Partners

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SESSION 1 - 14:00 UK Time (GMT)

Microsoft
Denis Sutherland, Azure Space UK Lead, Microsoft

  • Space and Cloud


ST Engineering iDirect
Jean-Michel Rouylou, Head of Enterprise market

  • Cloud transition: Why Hybrid Networks are Key for Satellite Connectivity


This presentation will offer insights into how combining satellite and terrestrial network architecture will improve application performance and user experience and how cloud is enabling next-generation software-defined satellite architectures.

Integrasys 
Alvaro Sanchez, CEO

  • Enabling New Business Models to Cloud


Nowadays, the virtualization of networks within the satellite industry is key to sustained growth. The current situation and market trends are demanding that software companies cloud business models make seamless use and enable full integration.

Google
Pilar Santamaria, Head of EMEA Industries Solutions & VP Caregivers

  • To be announced


LEOcloud
Dennis Gatens, CEO

  • The Cloud Transformation of Space



SESSION 2 - 15:30 UK Time (GMT)

Satellite Industry Association
Tom Stroup, President

  • Commercial Remote Sensing Systems: Driving the Market for Cloud Services


SIA will present data from its annual State of the Satellite Industry Report on the growth of remote sensing services. A major driver in the growth of cloud services for the satellite industry is the volume of data gathered by remote sensing satellites. This presentation will cover the companies that have launched satellite systems and the services they provide, as well as data on the number and characteristics of remote sensing satellites launched by year.

Accenture
Obi Onugha, Cloud Advisory Manager

  • Charting a Successful Path in the Cloud


The Cloud's value proposition has never been stronger for Space. Next generation satellite constellations promise to unlock new capabilities and service providers have the chance to deliver a wide range of new services to existing and entirely new sets of customers through cloud technologies. This presentation explores how satellite companies can leverage the cloud to drive costs savings, accelerate innovation and unlock future value.

CGI
Richard Cooper, Director Consulting SME Space Control and Information Solutions

  • Satellite Ground Systems and Cloud Services... Risk and Reward


Exploiting the use of cloud solutions in satellite ground systems has many potential benefits but also challenges. This session will discuss both and cover relevant cloud solutions which are in use today and paint a picture of the future.

Cloud Constellation Corp.
Cliff Beek, President and CEO

  • Creating a Network of Resources in Space


Cloud Constellation aims to host an in-orbit data platform for securely managing and distributing highly sensitive information.  Our mission is to avoid the vulnerabilities of terrestrial infrastructure by establishing physical separation that instructs space assets for a secure “store and forward” communications platform.

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Ronald van der Bregen, CEO

  • The Sense and Nonsense of LEO Constellations for Data Networks


Not all LEO constellations are created equally – let’s dig in into the main attributes of current and future systems and analyze how relevant they will be in the development of data networks and cloud systems.


 

A1 Telekom Austria
AB5 Consulting
ADNOC

Aetheric Engineering
Agencia Boliviana Espacial
Agencia Espacial Mexicana (AEM)
AGIP
Air France
Airbus Defence & Space
Alitalia
Amazon Web Services
American Airlines
Ankara Directorate of Emergency Health

Antenna Solutions
AP Moller Maersk
ARABSAT
Archangel Lightworks
Argentina Navy
Arqiva

ARSAT
AST ltd
Astroscale Ltd.

Atlas Space Operations
Avanti Communications
BDE Space
BEITICOM
Belgosat

BIS Research
Blue Zone Technologies

Broadspectrum
BriSat
British Aerospace
British Airways
British Petroleum

BSI
Cargill

Celestia
CGI
Chevron
Chevron Angola
Chevron Nigeria
Chrisol Solutions Nigeria Limited
Claro Brazil
Clutch Space Systems
CNES Centre National d'études Spatiales
Colem Engineering/SIG
Collins Aerospace
Comtech EF Data
Daimler Benz Autonomous
Detraxi

Deutsche Bahn Engineering

Deutsche Telekom

Echostar

Embratel Star OneEmirates Airlines

Enquest Petroleum Company

Equinix

Ericsson
ESSOR Aerospace
ETL Systems Ltd
European Space Agency
Eutelsat

Euroma
Extelcon
ExxonMobil
Fiat Chrysler
Ford Mobility
Ford Motor Company

GE Digital
General Motors
German Aerospace Centre (DLR)
Gilat Satellite Networks
Global Eagle
Global Teleports (Uk) Limited

GMV Aerospace and Defence
Gobierno de la Ciudad de Buenas Aires
GoGo

GoGo Business Aviation
GomSpace
Hapag Lloyd
Highways England
Hispamar
HispaSat
Hitachi Rail
Honeywell

Hughes Network Systems

IABG Teleport

IBM Global Business Services

IHS Markit
Imperial College London (Navigation)

Independent TV

Indosat Ooredoo

Infoclass LTDA
Infosat Vision
Infostellar
Inmarsat
Integrit
International Committee Red Cross
International Telecom
International Telecomms Consultants
Intertel Nigeria Ltd.
Iridium

ITS Electronics
Israel Sweden CoC
Jansky Partners
John Deere

Karlsen Associates

Kineis

Kratos

Kratos Defense
Kuwait National Petroleum Corp.

Kymeta
KyTy Comm
L3Harris Technologies
Loon
Lufthansa
M4Sat
Maersk Drilling
Main Roads Western Australia

Marin HC

Mbryonics
MEASAT
Medaire
Mediteranean Shipping
Miitera Technologies

Microsoft Azure

Mobile Conclusions Ltd.
Mobile Internet
Modus Operandi Limited
National Iranian Oil Company
National South Iranian Oil Company
ND SatCom
Network Rail
NigComSat
Nigerian Airspace Management Agency
Nigerian National Petroleum Company
Nissan Motor Corp.
Nomad Digital
Northern Sky Research

Novamint
Novelsat

Noviflow
O2 Telefonica
OneWeb
Optus Enterprise
Orange
Orange Business Services

ORBCOMM
Petrobras
Petronas
Petronas Digital
Peugeot
Planet Communications Asia
PROFEN Engineering
PT Dots

PT Infotelekom Elektrindo

PT iSat
RasComStar
REEMCON
Renault
RevGo Global
Santander Teleport

Satways

SatADSL

Satellite Evolution
Satex Limited
Saudi Aramco
Scania
Schlumberger
Scot Sat

Seamless Air Alliance

Sencinet
Shell
Shell Nigeria
Siemens Mobility
Signalhorn Trusted Networks GmbH
SintelSat
Sky Net
SNCF
Softbank
Somji Consulting
Sonangol
Sonatrach

SONEMA
Sony Europe

Spacecom
SpaceX
Speedcast

Strasbourg International Space University

Strategy& (PWC)
Swedish Space Corp. (SSC)
TATAS (Trans Atlantic Technology Svcs.)
Techcon

Telcomsat (Indonesia)
Telebras
Telenor

Telepulse
Telesat
Telespazio

Telkom University (Bandung)
Telia

Telstra

TerraWatch Space
The Traville Group
T-Mobile
Total E&P
Transocean
Trenitalia

Undercurrent XR Lab
Union Engineering
Verizon
Vialite Communications
ViaSat
Virgin Atlantic
Vodafone
XipLink

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