Contemporary research and intellectual analysis that characterizes the growing business of small space systems with emphasis on the trends for the coming decade and beyond.

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2008
Monday, August 11th
3:00 PM

If You Build It, Who Will Come? Identifying Markets for Low-Cost Small Satellites

Jeff Foust, Futron Corporation
David Vaccaro, Futron Corporation
Chad Frappier, Futron Corporation
Dustin Kaiser, Futron Corporation

3:00 PM

3:15 PM

TacSat- 4 Prototype Bus & ORS Phase III Bus Standards Update

Paul Jaffe, U.S. Naval Research Laboratory
Trevor Specht, U.S. Naval Research Laboratory
Gurpartap Sandhoo, U.S. Naval Research Laboratory
Mark Johnson, U.S. Naval Research Laboratory
William Raynor, U.S. Naval Research Laboratory
Michael Hurley, U.S. Naval Research Laboratory
Patrick Stadter, Johns Hopkins University
Paul Schwartz, Johns Hopkins University
Brian Davis, Space Ground System Solutions
James Griswold, Rapid Reaction Technology Office

3:15 PM

3:29 PM

The Challenges of Developing an Operational Nanosatellite

David Homan, Lockheed Martin Space Systems Company
Quinn Young, Space Dynamics Laboratory

3:29 PM

3:44 PM

The Space E-Commerce Revolution

Craig Clark, Clyde Space Ltd

3:44 PM

3:59 PM

International Cooperation for Small Satellites Development

Milind Pimprikar, CANEUS International
Andrew Quintero, The Aerospace Corporation
Fredrik Bruhn, Angstrom Aerospace Corporation
Marion Earles, CANEUS International
Thomas George, CANEUS U.S.A.
Lucinda Tang, CANEUS International

3:59 PM

4:14 PM

Small Satellite Producibility, Affordability Approaches and TacSat 4 Design for Manufacturing and Assembly Results

Grant Kellams, Raytheon Missile Systems
Caroline Leonard, Raytheon Missile Systems

4:14 PM