To all our valued customers, we are attending the London Space week and have a stand (B08), so please feel free to come and visit us (Mark Gilham) ALTER TECHNOLOGY TUV NORD SAU and (Andrew Thompson) OPTOCAP.
We will be pleased to meet and support you for any EEE Component related matters. We can discuss any current or future EEE Component procurement, test or services requirement(s) or other potential business opportunities you might have.
Whether it is an R&D, Failure Analysis, Radiation test requirement, component evaluation, die assembly,impending procurement or any other component related service. Please come and discuss it with us-you are most welcome, and we will be waiting and pleased to see you.
London Space Week Program
London Space Week is one of Europe’s major B2B Space events dedicated to space applications, launch vehicles, satellites and space related technologies.
9.30 – 10.15 Innovation in small satellites
Patrick WOOD • Group Managing Director • SSTL
10.15 – 11.00 CNES involvement in the (exciting!) challenge of space access innovation
The intervention will address CNES involvement – as space agency – to foster innovation in next generation of Rockets and Space Transportation, together with a view on France vision of upcoming strategic fields.”
Jérôme VILA • Assistant Director for the projects of the future • CNES
11.00 – 11.45 AIRBUS DEFENCE & SPACE
Innovation is an essential aspect of creating competitive advantage. In the space industry, however, it is not just a matter of being faster at innovation; there is a critical need to temper early adoption with the need for absolute reliability. Being too conservative means losing market share.
A number of examples of innovation at Airbus Defence and Space will be provided to demonstrate what can be achieved when innovation is introduced at the right time.
Mike HEALY • VP Procurement • Airbus Defence and Space
11.45 – 12.30 Industry 4.0 technology and the IIoT to create a rich digital context and weave the digital thread for automated and optimized decision making in composites manufacturing
Composite component fabrication requires real-time decisions based on a long and growing list of variables and constraints. As production volumes and complexity increase, suppliers are faced with more unforeseen problems, and have less time and ability to make optimized decisions.
Currently, integrating this vast and diverse amount of data into a global view of the process is very difficult; typically each data set is analyzed in its own software package, limiting the ability to integrate the multiple data types and detect inefficiencies and process issues that might trigger production delays. Integrating Intelligent, context-aware software based on the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) represents dramatic opportunities as new sensor technologies collect vast amounts of data in real-time, creating a rich digital-context thread that starts with design engineers and is continuously built through the entire lifecycle of the product.
This ‘digital thread’ weaves a single integrated stream of data that makes information from the product’s entire life cycle available and visible to all stakeholders. This includes –assets’ (pre-preg rolls, kits and assemblies) location, assets’ status and availability (including tools, machines, autoclaves and personnel), exposure time information of parts, kits and assemblies, as well as full genealogical information for each asset or resource, from the moment it was first created, throughout production and beyond into MRO. The digital thread model is enabled by the IIoT abilities and supports full traceability of each part, for later stage auditability and significantly shorter crisis management should a defect occur or be discovered along the way
Clive CHITIZ • Vice President Business Developement • Plataine
13.30 – 14.15 The Next Generation Satellites
Composite Structures for Next Generation Satellites, Launchers and Landers – Outstanding Performance begins with Prepreg Technology.
Claire BAKER • Sales Manager – Aerospace UK • TEN CATE
14.15 – 14.30 Thermal batteries – A powerful argument for a range of Space applications
Kenneth GOVAN • Business and Programme Manager • MSB
14.30 – 14.45 Thermal / Mechanical analysis in Power
How we support Customers involved with power electronic, starting from their electronic layout, in order to optimize thermal features and to find the best cheaper compromise
Roberto SORDINI • Sales Manager • PADA ENGINEERING
14.45 – 15.00 Innovative Deployable Structures for the Space Industry
Increasing demands to achieve “more for less and quicker” have led to both new challenges and new opportunities for the global space industry. The challenge of so-called ‘New Space’ is to dramatically lower costs and compress lead times than those ever seen previously. The desire to use smaller, lower cost launch systems means an additional demand to extract more functionality from much smaller platforms. All spacecraft require deployable structures, such as panels and antennas to unlock the potential of a spacecraft once on orbit. All these structures must stow in the smallest possible form factor for launch and then unfurl reliably once on orbit to provide power, communication links and carry out a variety of mission functions. Oxford Space Systems is developing a new generation of space deployable structures, compatible with the demands of the global new space industry. Using conventional, as well as proprietary new materials such as flexible composites together with the skills of a globally recognized expert in origami, OSS is pioneering a range of highly stowage efficient, low complexity and lower cost deployables for the global industry.
Shefali SHARMA • Business Developper • Oxford Space Systems
15.00 – 15.45 Extending the life of satellites in orbit
In a landscape of increased competition, uncertain economic outlook and dynamic market conditions, satellite operators are keen to achieve fleet optimization and improve their cost and risk structure. Life extension of satellites in orbit represents such an opportunity, but holds some non-trivial challenges. Effective Space Solutions will shed light on its first life-extension mission plan, set to become a reality by 2019.
Shahida BARICK • Head of Satellite Operations • Effective Space
9.30 – 10.15 The European Space Agency
The European Space Agency is one of the few organisations in the world active in all space disciplines including space science, manned & robotic space exploration, launchers, earth observation, satellite navigation, space technology, space operations and satellite telecommunications. Whilst most of these are activities that ESA undertakes in our own right, satellite telecommunications is the exception where we instead support industrial companies’ with their own R &
Philip HAINES • Head of Telecom Business Development • ESA
10.15 – 11.00 Keronite Plasma Electrolytic Ceramic Coatings for satellites
Suman SHRESTHA • Materials, Corrosion and Surface Engineering • Keronite
11.00 – 11.45 TAS in the UK
Ben OLIVIER • CEO • Thales Alenia Space
13.30 – 14.15 UK SPACE AGENCY
There has never been a more exciting time for setting up and developing new space businesses across all parts of the UK. Bob Waters is Head of Industrial Strategy at the UK Space Agency and is well acquainted with both the opportunities and the constraints faced by the UK Government as it sets out to support the sector. This includes a refreshed strategy for Innovation and Growth and the ever growing importance of widening international partnerships to encourage trade and investment – an area where he works closely with the Agency’s International Team and the Department for International Trade.
Bob WATERS • Head of Industrial Strategy • UK SPACE AGENCY
14.15 – 14.30 Implementing affordable smart factory processes
We hear a great deal about the ideals of a connected factory, smart manufacturing processes and Industry 4.0. But how much of this is within the reach of small and medium sized businesses? Is it really here today, or does it require long term, large scale investment only achievable by global, corporate manufacturing companies?
Alistair MORRIS • Sales Director • PRYOR MARKING
14.30 – 14.45 SPACE DEBRIS REMEDIATION (flash presentation)
No net, no arrows, no deorbiting lasers nor ablation lasers based ground. Plasma chemistry only in space extraterrestrial business plan in order to capture and transport raw materials from neo-leo-geo-gto- localization and back to earth is out of our future or present capabilities for this specific problem (comment) “or have anti -g propulsion motors” , and a serious source of risks (de-orbit and re-entry”earth” uncertainties mainly for large objects) and destruction or failure of robots and for entire mission included earth contamination .The refining of valuable resources must be installed near the debris disseminated clouds (heliotorr-pert terminatorr th3 station powered by plasma motors vasimr ad astra usa), or glycan industries llc usa- pasadena, the resources will be stocked as concentrated metals(pert) and back to moon or mars but in secured conditions-space debris are considered as raw materials(5’000 tons to 10’000 tons for future( e.t activities).
Christian ASSOUN • CEO • GLYCAN
14.45 – 15.00 SIMEON TECHNOLOGIES (flash presentation)
In SIMEON Technologies we are developing disruptive technologies for Aerospace. Because of that we are actor of the Future, we created the Nano & micro Space Station, a concentration of our technologies dedicated to the private industry and laboratories. Spaceships capable to bring living beings into space, to Mars, Pluto and in better condition using our new system to produce energy in space.