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Military Space Disruptive Technology

25th – 26th April 2022

London, UK

http://www.milspace-disruptivetech.com/DefenceTWl

Forging the Future by harnessing the power of innovation

Due to high demand, SMi Group is proud to announce the inaugural Military Space Disruptive Technology Conference and Exhibition, taking place on 25th – 26th April 2022 in London, UK. After launching as a pre-conference Focus Day at the industry-leading Global MilSatCom conference and exhibition, Military Space Disruptive Technology will now run as a standalone event alongside Military Space Situational Awareness in SMi Group’s Space Week (25th – 28th April 2021).

The inaugural Conference and Exhibition is designed to address this imperative head-on. By gathering innovation champions, strategic visionaries, and technology disruptors from across the military space enterprise, the conference will provide an ideal setting for critical discussions and thought leadership that will shape the future. Touching on critical topics like AI, agile launch, small satellite technology and robotics, there is no better place to join the conversation on space innovation and pave the way towards the next generation of military space technology.

Benefits of Attending:

  • Meet and network with innovation leaders from industry, military and government across two days, including dedicated networking breaks, drinks receptions, and more!
  • Delve into the latest topics and trends shaping the future of military space technology
  • Learn about the latest approaches to innovation and disruption from leading military innovation units
  • Expand your network with our global audience from government, industry and research
  • Explore cutting-edge topics like responsive launch, AI, robotics, and small satellite technology

View the full agenda and speaker line-up online: http://www.milspace-disruptivetech.com/DefenceTWl

Chair for the 2022 conference: Air Vice-Marshal Harvey Smyth, Director Space, UK MOD

Featured International Speakers:

  • Brigadier General Steve Butow, Director Space Portfolio, Defense Innovation Unit
  • Colonel Jonathan Luminati, Materiel Leader & Chief, Integrated Experiments Division, AFRL, United States Air Force
  • Lieutenant Colonel Fernando Dolce, Head SSA Section And Lead Innovation, Italian National Armaments Directorate
  • Lieutenant Colonel Tim Trimailo, Program Manager/Material Leader CASINO, Us Space Force
  • Captain Roger Anderson, Co-Founder And Program Manager, Us Space Force Accelerator
  • Dr Nick Cramer, Project Manager, Nasa Ames Research Center
  • Mr Joshua Brost, VP Of Business Development, Relativity Space
  • Mr Guy De Carufel, CTO & Founder, Cognitive Space
  • Mr Quentin Donnellan, General Manager Space And Defense, Hypergiant
  • Mr Roger Hunter, Programme Manager, Small Spacecraft And Technology,Nasa
  • Mrs Charlene Jacka, Chief Engineer, Small Satellite Portfolio, Us Air Force Research Laboratory
  • Ms Juli Lawless, Director, National Defense, Redwire Space
  • Mr David Balson, Director Space Security, Risk And Resilience, Heo Robotics
  • Mr Andrew Vick, Head Of Disruptive Technology, Ral Space
  • Mr Joshua Western, CEO & Co-Founder, Space Forge

Registrations can be made on the event website at: http://www.milspace-disruptivetech.com/DefenceTWl

Additional Contact Info:

T: +44 (0) 20 7827 6164

E: olefter@smi-online.co.uk   
Follow us: @SMiGroupDefence – Twitter

Hastag: #MilSpaceDisruptiveTech

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