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Monday 30th June – 14:30
Keynote speeches

on Space systems and related applications: benefits, perspectives, challenges by

Jean-Yves Le Gall, CNES President

Jean-Jacques Dordain, Director General of the European Space Agency

Thomas Enders, Airbus Group CEO

Jean-Yves Le Gall Jean-Jacques Dordain  ENDERS_Thomas

Roundtable 1 >> Monday 30th June – 15:15VA208 Decollage le 02/08/2012
Space-related services, results and challenges

The aim of this roundtable is to highlight the main current and future challenges of space-related services in different fields, such as telecommunications, environment, defence and security, the digital economy, etc.
It will provide an opportunity to present the existing solutions, the complementarity and possible synergies of space applications with other tools, and, finally, the potential transition to new business models.

This roundtable will be in English or in French with translation

Facilitated by: Jean-Christophe Giesbert

Foreseen speakers:

  • Philippe Pham – Head of Optical & Programmes France, Head of Engineering & Operations, Managing Director France – Directeur Général Spot Image,  Geo Intelligence – Airbus Defence & Space, France
  • Hervé Multon – Executive Vice-President, Strategy, Research and Technology Thales Group and President of Telespazio Board, France
  • Général Testé – Commandement interarmées de l’Espace, France

 

Roundtable 2 >> Tuesday 1st July – 9:00 > 10:15Circulation dense sur autoroute

Intelligent transport

Urban mobility, driving assistance systems, traffic and energy management, fleet tracking and control, goods transport, etc.; thanks to navigation, new telecomunication techniques, transport is becoming increasingly intelligent.
The aim of this roundtable is to define needs and expectations in the field of transport and to present the benefits of space applications in this area. The discussions will prepare the ground for the ITS (Intelligent Transport Systems) World Congress which will be held in Bordeaux in 2015.

This roundtable will be in English or in French with translation

Facilitated by: Paul de Brem

Foreseen speakers:

  • Danielle Cassagne – CEREMA, France
  • Eric Cornuaille – Senior Partner de 4icom
  • Matthias Flegar – Aguila, France
  • François Peyret – Head of GEOLOC laboratory, IFSTTAR  (French Institute for Sciences and Technologies for transports, development and network) Nantes, France
  • Massimiliano Petri – TAGES, Italy
  • Car industry to be performed

 

Roundtable 3 >> Tuesday 1st July – 11:15 > 12:30Le tres haut debit par satellite

Telecoms, the leading space application, what stakes for the future?

Telecommunications represent the largest commercial use of space applications. Satellites supplement the limited geographic coverage of ground-based networks, be they fixed (radio links, « copper », fibre, etc.) or mobile (3G, 4G, WIMAX, etc.) to make telecom services available everywhere and for everyone.
Based on current needs in terms of broadcasting and coverage of remote zones, the roundtable will address the challenges of satellite-based telecommunications (mobility, non-linear TV, 3D, maritime domain, etc.). It will try to identify user expectations more clearly and to define the related requirements in terms of space infrastructures, particularly in terms of competitiveness and complementarity relative to other competing systems.

This roundtable will be in English or in French with translation

Facilitated by: Paul de Brem

Foreseen speakers:

  • Christophe Allemand – CNES, France
  • Jean-François Bureau – Eutelsat Director of Institutional & International Affairs, France
  • Bruno le Stradic – Airbus DS, France
  • Sami Ben Amor – Telecommunications Business Line, Thales Alenia Space, France
  • Christophe Outier – NordNet, France
  • Yann Guichoux – CEREMA, France
  • Pacôme Revillon – Euroconsult CEO, France

 

Roundtable 4 >> Tuesday 1st July – 14:00 > 15:15Pollution atmospherique a Paris

Public policies and space-related services

The aim of this roundtable is to identify the needs of public stakeholders on a European, national and regional level (Government ministries, local and regional authorities, public organisations, etc.) and the space-related solutions that can meet these needs. Participants will share feedback on their experiences of using space applications to implement and control their missions: pollution management, urban planning, transport/mobility, agriculture, biodiversity/environment and support for economic development. ».

This roundtable will be in English or in French with translation

Facilitated by: Jean-Christophe Giesbert

Foreseen speakers:

 

Roundtable 5 >> Tuesday 1st July – 16:15 > 17:30TSS2014

Technology transfers, support, and services: the key to exporting space-related services

The aim of this roundtable is to highlight best practices for succeeding in the export market. It will notably focus on the importance of the transfer of technology, support and the development of services linked to the products delivered. The roundtable will be built around the needs and feedback expressed by end-users.

This roundtable will be in English or in French with translation

Facilitated by: Paul de Brem

Foreseen speakers:

  • Gérard Brachet – Global Space Applications Conference Chairman, France
  • Michael Gantcher – RS Metrics, USA
  • Aryo Hanggono – Indonesia secretary of Agency R&D for Marine and Fisheries, Indonesia
  • Etienne Massard – Secretary General of the Presidency of the Republic of Gabon, Gabon
  • Carlos Eduardo Santana – Geostationary Defense and Strategic Communications Satellite (SGDC) Project Manager, Brasil
  • Philippe Pham – Head of Optical & Programmes France, Head of Engineering & Operations, Managing Director France – Directeur Général Spot Image,  Geo Intelligence – Airbus Defence & Space, France

 

Roundtable 6 >> Wednesday 2nd July – 9:00 > 10:15TR6 Crises

Crisis management and mitigation: anticipating, managing and rebuilding

The aim of this roundtable is to highlight the experience of key players in the three phases of crisis management: « before » to anticipate and alert, « during » to manage the effects and « after » to return to normal and rebuild.
This roundtable will address different types of crisis: floods, earthquakes, industrial accidents, domino-effect situations and their humanitarian consequences. It will give field operators the opportunity to share their experiences and express their current and future requirements: the need for reliable, efficient responsive services, complementarity and synergy of space-related tools (telecommunications, navigation, imaging) and other elements (field data, airborne systems, drones, etc.).

This roundtable will be in English or in French with translation

Facilitated by: Paul de Brem

Foreseen speakers:

 

 

Roundtable 7 >> Wednesday 2nd July – 11:15 > 12:30Maquette Seis Insight pour des essais thermiques

Professions and training to meet the challenges of the future

Organised in collaborathion with ISSAT

The space sector will need to recruit many people over the next few years. A significant number of people will be retiring and need replacing over a relatively short-term period and there is a significant growth potentiel in this area, particularly in the space applications field and related services.
« In response to these challenges, the aim of this roundtable, which is open to high-school pupils and students, is to raise awareness among young people and give them the motivation to embark on a career in the space sector. The challenge is to train a large number of people, with different profiles and skills, to ensure the development of activities in this field.
In particular, the roundtable will identify the needs in terms of training (initial training, continuing education, etc.) and the courses offered by the different training facilities (universities, engineering and management schools, etc.) to meet these needs, from technical disciplines to human and social sciences on a national, European and international level.

This roundtable will be in English or in French with translation

Facilitated by: Jean-Christophe Giesbert

Foreseen speakers: