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Global Space and Technology Convention 2021 Programme .

Time
Sessions
7:30am
Registration
9:00am
Opening Video
9:05am
Welcome Remarks
Mr Jonathan Hung
Executive Chairman, Space and Technology Ltd
9:10am
Opening Address
Mr Teo Chee Hean*
Senior Minister and Coordinating Minister for National Security,
9:20am
Space Address
Mr Ravinder Singh
Group COO (Technology & Innovation) & President, Defence & Public Security, ST Engineering
9:30am
Keynote Address
Mr Johan Pelissier
Head of APAC Defence and Space, Airbus
9:40am
Keynote Address
Mr Colin Low
Chief Executive, Land Authority
9:50am
Keynote Address
Dr Goh Eng Lim*
Senior Vice President, Chief Technology Officer, AI, Hewlett Packard Enterprise
10:00am
Short Break
10:15am
Precise GNSS & High-Definition Maps to Enable a Smart Nation
Dr Victor Khoo
Director, Survey & Geomatics Division, Land Authority
10:30am
Asia Space Dialogue
Asia has always been a strong emerging market in the global space ecosystem. As such, it is crucial to discuss the opportunities, challenges and aspirations of the region. We are excited to bring you some of the most prominent space agencies from around Asia to share their knowledge and opinions regarding the future of the Asian space industry.
Panellists:
? Mr Azlikamil Napiah*
? Director General, Malaysian Space Agency (MYSA)
? Mr Chris Leck
? Deputy Executive Director, Office for Space Technology and Industry (OSTIn),
? Mr Ishii Yasuo*
? Vice President, Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA)
??Dr Le Xuan Huy*
Vice Director General, Vietnam National Space Centre

? Mr Narayanan G*
? Chairman & Managing Director, NewSpace India Ltd (NSIL)
? Dr Pakorn Apaphant*
? Executive Director, Geo-Informatics and Space Technology Development Agency (GISTDA), Thailand
? Prof Dr Thomas Djamaluddin*
? Head, National Institute of Aeronautics and Space (LAPAN), Indonesia
Moderator:
Ms Lynette Tan
Chief Executive, Space and Technology Ltd
11:45am
Pleiades NEO – The world’s largest Earth Observation constellation offering 30cm resolution images
Mr Foo Weng Kee
Head of Business Growth – S.E. Asia, Defence and Space Intelligence, Airbus
12:00pm
?Lunch
1pm
The Next Innovation in Space
Mr Shlomi Sudri
Vice President and General Manager, Space Division, Israel Aerospace Industries (IAI)
1.15pm
Panel Discussion: Cyber Security in the Space Age

From Blockchain to Quantum technology, the space industry is offering new possibilities in engineering secure data transmission between earth and space to prepare the world for an explosion of data collection, processing and storage. This panel will discuss the innovative methods that companies are deploying and developing to ensure secured communications in the space age.
Panellists:
? Ms Anett Mádi-Nátor*
? Director of International Operations, Cyber Services Plc
? Ms Esti Peshin*
? General Manager, Cyber Division, Israel Aerospace Industries (IAI)
? Mr Kan Pak Leng
? Head Cybersecurity Strategic Engineering Centre, ST Engineering
Moderator:
Mr David Tan
Executive Director, Office for Space Technology and Industry (OSTIn),
2:00pm
Panel Discussion: (Industry Chiefs Panel) Space & Sustainability – How Can Space Technology Benefit Sustainability Efforts on Earth
Since the turn of the century, the technology sector has made a major change in mindset towards sustainable development. This is evident from the way engineering is taught in Universities to conscious initiatives by MNCs towards a clean, green and sustainable future. The space industry plays a significant role in these efforts. Earth Observation, Automated Traffic Management, Data Analytics to increase efficiency, Space Debris Management and Space Exploration are just a few of many diverse efforts put forth to ensure a sustainable Earth for tomorrow’s generation. We bring together some of the biggest players in the industry to discuss more on these impactful efforts and thought leadership.
Panellists:
? Mr Francis Ghesquiere
? Manager, East Asia and Pacific Region, World Bank
? Mr Hugues Pavie
? Head of Connected Intelligence APAC, Airbus
? Dr Victor Khoo
? Director, Survey & Geomatics Division, Land Authority
Moderator:
Ms Lynette Tan
Chief Executive, Space and Technology Ltd
2:45pm
Short Break
3:00pm
Hungary: Long-standing space heritage and future-oriented space research
H.E. Dr Orsolya Ferencz*
Ministerial Commissioner, Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade of Hungary
3:15pm
Panel Discussion: Earth Observation for the Challenges of Tomorrow
Earth Observation plays a vital role in the space industry. It ensures a safe and sustainable planet for humans to thrive on. A risk of overpopulation with depleting natural resources, climate change and evolving security threats create a growing need for ever-demanding Earth Observation capabilities. Specific sectors and their customized requirements for earth observation should further be coupled with advanced analytics to solution needs. We are honoured to welcome an amazing spread of panellists who can address these provoking questions.
Panellists:
? Dr Eugene D. Kim*
? Vice President, Business Development, Satrec Initiative Co., Ltd.
?
Mr Garvey McIntosh*
NASA Attaché, U.S. Embassy, Tokyo, NASA
? Prof Sir Martin Sweeting*
? Executive Chairman, Surrey Satellite Technology Ltd
? Mr Yasunori Yamazaki*
?Chief Evangelist, Axelspace
Moderator:
Mr Lim Wee Seng
Executive Director, Satellite Research Centre, Nanyang Technological University
4:00pm
Panel Discussion: Next Gen Computing In the Space Industry
Edge computing, AI, IoT and Data Analytics are terms that have become popular in almost every aspect of society today. The space industry plays a unique role in the realm of supercomputing. While our satellite infrastructure helps to support IoT connectivity, we also are in need of edge computing to analyse the exuberant amount of data from satellites that we process every second globally. Whilst this is happening, the world is also seeing interesting new ways of moving terrestrial data processing centres into space. What is the next generation of hyper fast, secured computing going to look like and how does the space industry fit into it?
Panellists:
? Dr Pablo Ghiglino*
? Founder and Chief Executive Officer, Klepsydra Technologies
? Mr Stephen Wong
? Technical Director, National Supercomputing Centre
? Dr Ettikan Karuppiah
? Director, Enterprise Business, NVIDIA
Moderator:
Mr David Geiling
Vice President Asia Pacific Sales, Kymeta
4:45pm
The Evolution State of Ground Segment
Mr Rani Hellerman*
Vice President, International Business, RBC Signals
5:00pm
Panel Discussion: The Next Disruptive Space Technology to Watch

Let’s make a change. This has been the base mantra of most disruptive technologies that have completely remodelled our way of life. The space industry is exponentially seeing the influx of such technologies. So, which of these should we keep an eye out for? It really is a Future World with Endless Possibilities.
Panellists:
? Mr David Geiling
? Vice President Asia Pacific Sales, Kymeta
? Mr Francis Pressecq*
Head of On-board Technics department, Centre National d’Etudes Spatiales (CNES)

? Dr Marc Lesturgie*
? Head of International Affairs, ONERA, The French Aerospace Lab
? Mr Roope Takala*
? Chief Executive Officer, Aurora Propulsion Technologies
Moderator:
Mr Lim Wee Seng
Executive Director, Satellite Research Centre, Nanyang Technological University
5:45pm
End of Programme
*Denotes virtual attendance.