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10 - 11 April 2018
Park Plaza Westminster Bridge London

Stuart Martin, CEO, Satellite Applications Catapult

08:30

Registration & Coffee

09:00

Welcome Address

Howard Lance, President and CEO, Maxar Technologies

09:10

Earth Observation. Evolved.

Dan Jablonsky, President, DigitalGlobe

09:30

Global Space Partnership for the Sustainable Development Goals

Simonetta di Pippo, Director, UNOOSA

- UNISPACE+50, “Space2030” agenda and the global development agenda

- The Global Space Partnership for the SDGs

- Partnerships with Industry and the Private Sector

09:50

Lowering the Cost of Knowledge

Jed Sundwall, Global Lead – Open Data, AWS

- How making Earth observation data available in the cloud allows scientists, researchers, startups and GIS professionals innovate without worrying about limitations of bandwidth, storage, memory, or processing power. 

- We’re entering an era of experimentation around sensemaking from massive data

- How working with data in a cloud environment is different"

10:10

Title To Be Confirmed

Andrey Strelkov, Director, Geo-Platform Solutions, Yandex

10:30

Networking Break

11:00

ESA's EO Programmes and Applications - What do the next 5 years look like?

Stephen Coulson, Head of the Industry section, Directorate of Earth Observation Programs, ESA

This talk will outline how the ESA EO programmes will develop both innovation and opportunities specifically for the EO information services sector, taking account of the volatile magma of new IT technologies, new players and new finance that will re-shape the EO landscape over the coming years.

11:20

Earth Observation for Insurance

Christopher Sheldon, Senior Counsel, Global Chief Claims, Allianz

11:40

Maximizing the potential of Satellite Earth Observation for the economy, science and society

Beth Greenaway, Head of Earth Observations and Climate, UK Space Agency

The UK Space Agency is seeking to ensure that the UK’s participation in Earth observation is as strong as possible and that satellite data it is recognised for the role it can play in delivering a sustainable service based economy.

Its vision is that by 2040 satellite Earth Observations will provide the data underpinning mass market and business applications, global cutting edge science and policy and operational decision making. 

This presentation will give examples of how the Agency activities seek to develop a broad and deep ecosystem of companies big and small dealing in the entire spectrum of earth observation issues from early research and technology development, through manufacture and launch, through the infrastructure and services needed to move, validate check and share and interpret the data into a format suitable for use.  Inspiring the new generation to attain the skills needed to fill the jobs that will be created in the UK is perhaps the most fun. 

12:00

Is there such as thing as 'too much data'?

Pacome Revillion, CEO, Euroconsult

The session will address:

 

  • How new sensors will support the new data ecosystem
  • Business growth indicators for the industry
  • Barriers and success factors to generating economic value from information in different verticals

 

12:20

Lunch Break

14:00

The DigitalGlobe

Amy Minnick, SVP & General Manager - Commercial, DigitalGlobe

14:20

Knowing the pulse: enabling decision making through EO

Andiswa Mlisa, Managing Director Earth Observation, SANSA

- The enabling environment for bringing EO to developing countries

- Understanding and responding to societal needs 

- Value of collaborations and partnerships

14:40

Geodata Enabling 5G

15:00

A digital living library of Australia

Dan Paull, CEO, PSMA Australia

15:20

Networking Break

15:50

Russia's Approach to Space

Anton Zhiganov, Executive director Business Development and Commercialization, State Space Corporation "Roscosmos"

16:10

Satellite Imagery in the Mining Lifecycle

Miranda Wilson, GIS Manager, AngloGold Ashanti

16:30

Geo Analytics - What's next?

Senior Executive, Radiant Solutions

16:50

Next-Level GeoInt for Defence Operations

Adriano Baptista, Head of Operations Division, European Union Satellite Centre

17:10

Wrap Up & Key Take Aways

17:20 - 19:20

Networking Reception

08:30

Welcome Coffee

08:55

Chairperson's Remarks

09:00

Harnessing the Power of Optical & Radar

Senior Representative, MDA

09:20

EO & IOT - A Match Made in Heaven?

09:40

Spatial Processing redefined with SAP HANA

Hinnerk Gildhoff, Head of HANA Spatial and Graph, SAP

10:00

Title To Be Confirmed

Senior representative, Seraphim Capital

10:20

Networking Break

11:00

Building Satellites for the Interconnected Future

Dario Zamarian, Group President, SSL

11:20

Imagery + Analytics

Lawrie Jordan, Director of Imagery and Remote Sensing, ESRI

11:40

From Pixel to Analytics: the 4th Geospatial Revolution

Massimo Comparini, CEO, e-GEOS

12:00

Satellites Making the Skies Safer to Fly

Filip Arsov, CEO & Co-Founder, Synapse Aviation

12:20

Lunch Break

13:40

Deepening the Evidence Base; Countering Fake News

Richard Brittan, Managing Director, Alcis

National policy and strategy development requires an effective evidence base for decision making. This is doubly so for fragile states where access to the realities on the ground is limited. In an era of ‘Fake News’, this evidence base needs to be all the more robust. One of the most robust and reliable sources of evidence is satellite imagery, where the multiple (temporal, spatial and spectral) resolutions of collected data offer a range of unique and confirmatory insights that few can challenge or ignore. 

Through the examples of UK Government and Research Councils UK projects covering conflict affected countries, Richard will illustrate innovative approaches to deepening the evidence and analysis conducted over complex environments for non-traditional users of satellite imagery. He will show how robust, evidence based, impactful research findings can be developed, when multiple resolutions of satellite imagery are used in concert with targeted, co-ordinated ground data collection. Due to the highly visual nature of the analysis, Richard will as well show how advocacy impact can be made considerably greater and how fake news can be more effectively countered. 

14:00

Artificial Intelligence Applications for Geospatial

Senior Representative, SA Catapult

14:20

Energy & EO

Senior Representative, Schlumberger

14:40

Improving the humanitarian response in emergency settings

Craig von Hagen, Country Director, iMMAP

15:00

Geo Analytics for Insurance

Gary Gale, CTO, IMGeospatial

15:20

Wrap up

DigitalGlobe

15:30

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