SpaceCom 2022
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JANUARY 10–12, 2022
ORLANDO, FL
All sessions are listed in Eastern Standard Time

Select Criteria: Session Type = Breakout Session, Keynote

Tuesday, January 11, 9:30 AM - 10:00 AM

  • Room: Sebastian Ballroom L
  • Track: 
  • Keynote/General Session
  • Keynote

Tuesday, January 11, 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM

  • Room: Sebastian Ballroom L
  • Track: 
  • Keynote/General Session
  • Keynote

Tuesday, January 11, 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM

  • Room: I-4
The demand for a qualified workforce in Florida’s growing $20 billion aerospace industry is outpacing supply and is holding back efforts to reach a maximum launch cadence. Listen to key stakeholders from Florida as they discuss investments and partnerships being made to spur the development of jobs and the workforce ...  Read More
Speaker(s)
Panelist
Chris Larsen
Larsen Motorsports w/FL Tech
Moderator
Emily Carney
Blogger and Author
Space Hipsters
Panelist
Lynda Weatherman
EDC Florida's Space Coast
Panelist
Michelle Dennard
CareerSource FL
  • Track: 
  • Enabling Commercial Space
  • Breakout Session
  • Room: I-3
​Exciting updates on NASA’s quest to “Return to the Moon” for uncovering new scientific discoveries and laying the foundation for private companies to build a lunar economy.
Speaker(s)
Panelist
Joel Kearns
Commercial Lunar Payload Services
NASA
Moderator
Kelvin Manning
Associate Director
NASA
Panelist
Steve Krein
VP, Civil and Commercial Satellites
Northrop Grumman
  • Track: 
  • Space Exploration
  • Breakout Session
  • Room: I-2
Innovations used to make space technology infrastructure and communications as safe as possible while building on current cybersecurity efforts and recognizing the challenges “Securing the Commercial Space Domain”.
Speaker(s)
Panelist
Blake Bullock
Vice President, National Security Systems
Northrop Grumman
Moderator
Larry Whiteside
President
Cyversity
Panelist
Lorna Mahlock
Cybersecurity Directorate’s Military Deputy
NSA
  • Track: 
  • Off-Planet Commercialization
  • Breakout Session
  • Room: I-1
How public and private industry are working together to observe and measure climate change while providing solutions to positively impact the global climate crisis.
  • Track: 
  • On-Planet Industry Applications
  • Breakout Session

Tuesday, January 11, 2:30 PM - 3:30 PM

  • Room: I-2
This panel of industry experts will address recent investment trends in the commercial space market and how that will impact the immediate and long-term future of the industry.
Speaker(s)
Moderator
Carissa Christensen
Founder & CEO
Bryce Space and Technology
Panelist
Charles Bolden, Jr. (USMC-Ret)
Founder and CEO Emeritus
Charles F. Bolden Group
Panelist
Eric Stallmer
Executive Vice President, Government Affairs and Public Policy
Voyager Space Holdings
Panelist
Frank DiBello
CEO
Space Florida
Panelist
Janice Starzyk
Vice President, Government Operations
Virgin Orbit
  • Track: 
  • Off-Planet Commercialization
  • Breakout Session
  • Room: I-3
Commercial and NASA representatives discuss “Getting to Mars” including the human habitats, life support systems, and technologies and practices that could help build self-sustaining outposts away from Earth.
Speaker(s)
Panelist
Ian Fichtenbaum
CEO
Bradford Space
Moderator
Jennifer Kunz
NASA
  • Track: 
  • Space Exploration
  • Breakout Session
  • Room: I-1
Satellite-as-a-Service’s simple data subscription models make near real-time information more accessible than ever for end-use industries. Our panelists will discuss innovations enabling the growth of this market and the markets that are expected to realize the most benefit.
Speaker(s)
Panelist
Maj. Gen.  Clint Crosier
Aerospace and Satellite Solutions
Amazon Web Services
Panelist
Dennis Gatens
CEO
LEOcloud
  • Track: 
  • On-Planet Industry Applications
  • Breakout Session
  • Room: I-4
How the FAA works with the commercial industry and mitigates space traffic to keep America safe using “Spaceport Legislation & Licensing”.
Speaker(s)
Panelist
Dr.  George Nield
President
Commercial Space Technologies, LLC
Panelist
Wayne Montieth
Associate Administrator, Office of Commercial Space Transportation
Federal Aviation Administration
  • Track: 
  • Enabling Commercial Space
  • Breakout Session

Tuesday, January 11, 4:00 PM - 5:00 PM

  • Room: I-1
Today’s urban planners use satellite data as an invaluable source of information supporting planning decisions for local and national government and related services. Attendees will learn from IoT providers and innovative city managers about how space enabled services are changing the way they do business
Speaker(s)
Panelist
Rob Silverberg
CSIO, State and Local Government
Dell Technologies
  • Track: 
  • On-Planet Industry Applications
  • Breakout Session
  • Room: I-4
A discussion led by the Director of the Federal Aviation Administration’s Office of Spaceports on the latest activities at the United States’ most active “Spaceports Around the Nation”.
Speaker(s)
Panelist
Milton Keeter
CEO
Pacific Spaceport Complex (AK) Alaska Aerospace
Moderator
Pam Underwood
Director, Office of Spaceports
FAA Office of Commercial Space Transportation
Panelist
Scott McLaughlin
Executive Director
Spaceport America (NM)
Panelist
Sean Mulligan
Deputy Director and COO
Mid-Atlantic Regional Spaceport/VA Space
Panelist
Todd Linder
CEO & General Manager
Mojave Air and Space Port (CA)
  • Track: 
  • Enabling Commercial Space
  • Breakout Session
  • Room: I-2
For decades, the ISS has been the international space community’s in-space research laboratory. But as its infrastructure ages and humans venture further into space there is a need for an updated station that can support research and human exploration for decades to come. Listen as our panelists discuss the public/private ...  Read More
Speaker(s)
Moderator
Joel Montalbano
International Space Station Program Manager
NASA
Panelist
Ray Lugo
Executive Director and Principal Investigator
ISS National Lab (CASIS)
  • Track: 
  • Off-Planet Commercialization
  • Breakout Session
  • Room: I-3
Experts from DAVINCI+ (Deep Atmosphere Venus Investigation of Noble gases, Chemistry, and Imaging) and  VERITAS (Venus Emissivity, Radio Science, InSAR, Topography, and Spectroscopy), and other deep space programs discuss the science behind “What’s Next? Venus and Beyond”.
Speaker(s)
Moderator
Frank Slazer
President & CEO
Coalition for Deep Space Exploration
  • Track: 
  • Space Exploration
  • Breakout Session

Wednesday, January 12, 9:30 AM - 10:30 AM

  • Room: Sebastian Ballroom L
  • Track: 
  • Keynote/General Session
  • Keynote

Wednesday, January 12, 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM

  • Room: I-2
Recent global supply chain issues and ongoing regulatory challenges are threatening our ability to reach maximum launch cadence. This panel of top launch executives will discuss managing each issue and their outlook for the launch business moving forward.
Speaker(s)
Moderator
Robin Seemangal
Chief of Content
Supercluster
  • Track: 
  • Off-Planet Commercialization
  • Breakout Session
  • Room: I-1
Examples of "Dual Use Innovations" that can be used for both commercial and military aims or technology which can satisfy more than one goal at any given time.
Speaker(s)
Panelist
Tyler Jandreau
Chief Scientist, Product Development Center
Axient LLC
  • Track: 
  • On-Planet Industry Applications
  • Breakout Session
  • Room: I-4
New and exciting projects and programs that international agencies are promoting in partnership with companies or government agencies from the United States or each other.
Speaker(s)
Panelist
Takata Shinichi
Advisor to the Director/J-SPARC Producer Business Development Group Business Development and Industrial Relations Department
JAXA
  • Track: 
  • Enabling Commercial Space
  • Breakout Session
  • Room: I-3
Developing new technologies that can accommodate the physiological limitations of humans during long-term spaceflight is a fundamental challenge facing mission engineers today. Our panelists will discuss this challenge and innovations on the horizon that will enable humans to venture deeper into space.
Speaker(s)
Panelist
Bob Cabana
Associate Administrator
NASA HQ
Moderator
Dr.  J.D. Polk
Chief Health and Medical Officer
National Aeronautics and Space Administration
Panelist
Lizi Sprague
Global Marketing Director
Aleph Farms
  • Track: 
  • Space Exploration
  • Breakout Session

Wednesday, January 12, 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM

  • Room: I-2
As more and more objects are put into orbit, without a way assess and enforce responsible space traffic management, we are creating an impending global crisis and a barrier to a sustainable commercial space economy for all. Our subject matter experts will cover the actions and innovations needed to begin ...  Read More
Speaker(s)
Panelist
Alex Fielding
CEO and Chairman
Privateer Space
Panelist
Monica Jan
Senior Director of Strategy
Virgin Orbit
Moderator
Moriba Jah
Astrodynamicist and Space Environmentalist
University of Texas at Austin
Panelist
Ron Lopez
President and Managing Director
Astroscale U.S. Inc.
  • Track: 
  • Off-Planet Commercialization
  • Breakout Session
  • Room: I-1
GPS has been changing the way we navigate for decades, but with the introduction of AI, GPS is evolving to enable reliable, autonomous navigation. Learn how AI is enabling long-duration, autonomous missions for maritime, ground transportation and aerospace.
  • Track: 
  • On-Planet Industry Applications
  • Breakout Session
  • Room: I-3
As the first all-civilian spaceflight on a commercial spacecraft there are a ton of lessons to be learned from Inspiration4 that will inform future civilian missions. Listen to the crew of Inspiration4 as they recount their journey and discuss what went well and what went not so well.
  • Track: 
  • Space Exploration
  • Breakout Session
  • Room: I-4
The latest update from the National Space Council user’s advisory group.
  • Track: 
  • Enabling Commercial Space
  • Breakout Session

Wednesday, January 12, 2:30 PM - 4:00 PM

  • Room: Sebastian Ballroom L
  • Track: 
  • Keynote/General Session
  • Keynote
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