Space Industry Summit - Dec. 6
DECEMBER 6, 2018 - Program
In collaboration with
Venue: Parc des expositions de Toulouse - Hall 4
Online registration is closed - Registration on site available on December 5 and 6, 2018 at the Parc des Expositions de Toulouse
Consolidate your knowledge on the New Space industry and its new opportunities through a high-level conference program!
Conference language: English except for conferences with
9:15 am - 9:30 am Opening address
Yann BARBAUX - AEROSPACE VALLEY
09:35 am - 10:05 am What are the bridges between the aeronautical and space industries?
Sabine KLAUKE - AIRBUS DEFENSE & SPACE
Moderator - Head of Engineering
Eric PAUTAL - ECA GROUP
Chief Sales Officer
Baptiste CZAPLA - LATESYS
International Development Director - Aerospace & transportation industries
Süleyman KUZU - TÜRKSAT
Director of Satellite Services Corporate Solutions
10:10 am - 10:40 am What impact does New space have in the Supply Chain?
Marie-Anne CLAIR - CNES
Moderator - Director for Orbital Systems
Eric DE SAINTIGNON - AIRBUS DEFENSE & SPACE
VP Airbus Space System transformation
Franck MICHOLET - THALES ALENIA SPACE
Chief Procurement Officer
Benoit MOULAS - AGORA INDUSTRIES
Gérard DEJONGHE - EREMS
Chairman & CEO
10:45 am - 11:15 am How have SMEs taken the turn of the NEW SPACE?
Grégory PRADELS - AEROSPACE VALLEY
Moderator - SmallSat Business Development Manager
Veronique SEGUIN - SODERN - ARIANE GROUP
Vice President Marketing, Sales & Communication
Nicolas MULTAN- Groupe NEXEYA
Director of the Space Systems Business Line
Sylvain D'HOINE - CS SYSTÈMES D'INFORMATION
Executive Vice President Space
Alexandre TISSERANT - KINEIS
11:20 am - 11:50 am A Collaborative Supply Chain To Be Competitive And Grow Together
Franck MICHOLET - THALES ALENIA SPACE
Chief Procurement OfficerNowadays, we have to work more and more closely with our customers, and be enough responsive to help them refining their Business Plan, then their specifications. Purchasing being an important part of the systems we deliver, such responsiveness shall also be available with our Suppliers. To help them achieving the needed level, TAS is engaged in a strong movement of involving our Suppliers the earliest possible in our Roadmap and helping them in their Growth and Innovation strategy. Innovation, Agility and competitiveness are the main strengths that shall own the suppliers that we will welcome as key partners in a win-win relationship.
11:55 am - 12:25 am doEEEt.com: Select and manage your EEE parts for Space Applications
Jose Carlos MUÑOZ - doEEEt.com - ALTER TECHNOLOGY TÜV NORD S.A.U.
DirectorIn doEEEt.com we use BigData technology to put all key information related to EEE parts together and accessible to the industry. doEEEt.com is a web easy-to-us platform that allows the user to make searches within a database of more than 15 million of EEE parts coming from all manufacturers. In addition the comparison tool allows the user the possibility to compare products from the same family but coming from different manufacturers. The is a recommender algorithm that works behind to provide with recommendations of components that are typically used together. The price estimation tool will provide, based on a machine learning algorithm, to the user an estimate of pricing of parts, something which is unprecedented in the space industry. Also included in doEEEt.com there is a tool which will advise about the suitability of using a component in a specific application by comparing the component quality and the project requirements also providing additional activities in case they are needed. Manage your declared materials lists with the DCL/BOM Manager as well. Finally there is also a database of reports, specifications and space document related of about 500.000.
2:00 pm - 2:30 pm Additive Manufacturing of Flight components for Space
Peter ADAMS - BURLOAK TECHNOLOGIES INC
President & CEOAdditive Manufacturing’s disruption of the space industry is well underway, however, that reality does not end at powder bed technology. We now have access to a robust pallet of technologies including Electron Beam A.M. and Direct Energy Deposition. Space Applications suited to these technologies specifically are already in the public domain. Large structural components and pressure vessels are obvious examples. This will only expand as A.M. continues its evolution into the forefront of the industry. Part Counts will fall, and geometries will grow more complex. Air frame structural solutions have begun to migrate toward this application into the Space arena. Struts, bulkheads and payload mounting solutions are under development by leading Space innovators. The Aircraft effort will lead for now, but Space is rapidly catching up. Large format platforms are rapidly gaining applications in Space for the 3 primary technologies. Process control advances such as build temperature management, melt control and material management have yielded gains thought impossible just 6 months ago. Long standing perceived limitations in RF applications are evaporating with virtually instant prototype delivery and realization of required performance. How to manage CAD modeling in offsetting known A.M. limitations is coming into focus. Cycle time from concept to market is now a fraction of what the Space industry had accepted for decades. From the materials side, Modified Aluminums, Invar and Carbon Loaded Polymers will have a place in specialized R.F. applications. Space is experiencing what will likely be its largest reset since Integrated Circuits. Burloak, as one of the very few end-to-end solutions globally is uniquely positioned to address any challenge in this rocketing evolution.
2:35 pm - 3:05 pm New Space Initiatives in Piedmont Region supporting Innovation and Internationalization of SME's: recent Experiences and Perspectives
Erika MANIS - PIEMONTE AGENCY/PIEMONTE AEROSPACE
Lead Technical SpecialistThe Space global scenario sees new actors entering in the market in addition to the traditional Space Agencies. In the private sector new Economy enterprises and venture capitalists are increasing their presence in new contexts of Space Exploration.
The space sector SME's, in order to face new opportunities emerging from this evolving situation, have to invest in innovation and internationalization.
At institutional level in Europe, in addition to National and European Governments and Space Agencies, also some Regions have decided to support their SME's in these new Space market challenges: it is the case of Piedmont Region in Italy.
The Aerospace sector in Piedmont is a strategic axis of the regional policy, it accounts about 15000 employees and 4 BEuro of turnover. The presence of 5 big players, more than 300 SME's, 3 Universities and several Research centers confirms the Piedmont as one of the most important Aerospace districts in Europe.
To support the local SME's in the Internationalization growth, the Piedmont Region is acting through its Agency called Piemonte Agency that is involved in these activities since more than 20 years by means of dedicated Integrated Project teams using specifically allocated budgets and methodologies oriented to promote among other objectives the aggregation of the companies.
A recent initiative started with a dedicated Space Workshop, as a result of Piemonte Agency investigation activities, 4 regional space key players were able to propose 8 innovative product ideas having possible application in market commercial projects by next 3 or 4 years.