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Space Systems are increasingly complex, with large trade spaces that require consideration of many elements. By applying systematic processes in SatCom space system architecture studies, decision makers gain insight into both the advantages and disadvantages of different options to support future courses of action. Architecting space systems requires a big-picture view of the problem being addressed, including understanding current shortfalls and future needs. In the course of an architecture study, many tools and processes are used to identify options, understand the risks associated with the options, and to run excursions within the trade space. In this workshop, a survey-level overview of architecting s[pace systems and evaluation of space systems architectures will be presented, with a discussion of tools and techniques that have been developed and applied to solve recent architectural problems.

 

• Understand the fundamentals of architecting resilient SatCom systems
• Learn about some of the tools and techniques for SatCom system architecture development
• Explore the process of SatCom system architecture evaluation

 

Airbus Defence and Space; SAS; Armed Forces Philippines; Defence Science and Technology Agency, Singapore; Defence Technology Cooperation Attache; Defense Science&Technology Center Far-East; Diplomatic Academy of Vietnam; DSTA; Embassy of Romania; Embassy of the Republic of Poland; Eur Asian Technology Holdings; Eurasian Technology Holdings; Eutelsat; Eutelsat asia; Geospatial Information Agency BIG; Global VSAT Forum; Honeywell Aerospace Electronic Systems; Hughes Network Systems; IHS Jane’s Navy International; Indonesia Maritime Studies; Information Technology Center; Institute of Technology Bandung ; Intelsat General; Japan Manned Space Systems Corporation; MINDEF Legal Services; MINDEF, Singapore; Ministry of Defence, Japan; Ministry of Defence, Singapore; Naval Research Lab; New Zealand Defence Force; O3b Networks; SES; SES GLOBAL; Shun HIng; Singapore Armed Forces; Singapore Space & Technology Association; Singapore Space and Technology Association; SingTel; ST Electronics (Satcoms & Sensor Systems) Pte Ltd; The Aerospace Corporation; Thuraya Telecommunications Company; Turkish General Staff; United States Department of Defense ; US Embassy in Singapore; USAF; USMC; ViaSat
 

Workshop LEADER

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Jamie Dronen

Senior Project Engineer, MILSATCOM International Partners, Aerospace Corporation

Aerospace Corporation

 

The Aerospace Corporation is a not-for-profit company that operates a U.S. federally funded research and development center (FFRDC) dedicated solely to assuring mission success. Aerospace provides leadership support in all fields and disciplines of research, design, development, acquisition, operations, and program management. The corporation’s unique depth of talent in a broad array of scientific and engineering disciplines, ability to provide objective analysis, and freedom from conflict of interest allows us to provide leaders with the information they need to make the right decisions.

Workshop programme

8:30 Registration & Coffee

9:00 Opening remarks and introduction

9:10 Resilient SatCom Space Systems Architectures

10:10 Coffee

10:40 Evaluation of SatCom Space System Architectures

11:40 Closing remarks and discussions

12:00 End of Workshop

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392 Havelock Road
Singapore 169663
Singapore

Grand Copthorne Waterfront Hotel

Overlooking the historic Singapore River, Grand Copthorne Waterfront Hotel Singapore is a premier five star conference hotel where luxurious elegance and contemporary style go hand in hand. Our luxury hotel in Singapore lets you experience the best of what the city has to offer. It is ideally located within easy reach of the Central Business District and the waterfront precincts of Robertson Quay, Clarke Quay and Boat Quay with their lively dining and entertainment venues.
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