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See you again next year, 14 – 16 February.
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What To Look Out For At GSTC 2024 .
14 - 16 FEB 2024 • SINGAPORE • IN-PERSON!
Get the chance to attend specially curated workshops for professionals in the space industry to discuss hot topics such as GNSS, investing in space technology and disaster management.
Be part of the highly anticipated showcase of leading technologies in the space industry, visit displays and meet representatives from up to 30 leading companies.
Get yourself prepared for the challenges ahead with thought leaders shedding light on the future of Asia’s burgeoning space sector with thought-provoking conference programme on current and emergent issues.
Exclusive sessions bringing together influential leaders to discuss the priority issues affecting and shaping the future of the space industry.
Private meeting rooms for premium sponsors and huddle spots open to all delegates. Connect and deepen your relationships with your industry associates!
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Make invaluable connections or catch up with old colleagues, kick-start your conversations with fellow delegates via our business matching platform.
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GSTC 2023 Programme Booklet .
For more information on GSTC 2023, view or download the programme booklet.
GSTC 2023 Speakers .
Guest of Honour
Mr S Iswaran
Minister for Transport and Minister-in-charge of Trade Relations
Republic of Singapore
Dr Alistair Cook
Senior Fellow and Coordinator of Humanitarian Assistance and Disaster Relief [HADR] Programme, S. Rajaratnam School of International Studies (RSIS)
Dr Erick Lansard
Professor (Practice), School of Electrical & Electronic Engineering, Nanyang Technological University
Dr Pakorn Apaphant
Executive Director, Geo-Informatics and Space Technology Development Agency (GISTDA)
Dr Robertus Heru Triharjanto
Head of Research Organization for Aeronautics and Space ORPA-BRIN (Indonesia)
GSTC 2023 Programme Highlights .
With the space sector thriving and rapidly evolving, it is more vital than ever to stay connected and updated with the latest industry trends and developments.
From market trends in Asia to space technology’s role in sustainability efforts on earth, strategic conversations and technological innovations take centre stage here.
The power-packed conference programme will cover the following topics:
• 5G Space Network – Opportunities and Operational Challenges
• Commercial Space Transportation, Spaceport Operations and the Future of Point-to-Point Travel
• Commercialising Space – Mega Constellations, Communications and In-orbit Manufacturing
• Cybersecurity: Emerging Risks to Satellite Communications and Space Infrastructure
• Emerging In-Space Service: Cloud Storage, Blockchain, Manufacturing
• Geo-Intelligence Developments and Risk Management
• GNSS – New Constellations, Precise GNSS and jamming, ATM, MTM
• Ground Systems and Infrastructure Developments and Ground Station-as-a-Service
• HADR – Challenges and Opportunities of Current Space Technologies
• Launch Vehicles & Services
• Remote Sensing / Satellite Monitoring /Earth Observation – Optical vs SAR
• Satellite Data Exploitation: Cloud, Supercomputing, AI & ML, Quantum Computing
• Space Agency Dialogue – Forging Partnership and Fostering Regional Cooperation
• Space Debris, Space Situation Awareness & Orbital Sustainability
• Space Life Sciences
• Space Robotics and Drones
• Tackling Climate Change through innovative satellite technologies
• The Future in Orbit: Commercial Space Stations
Co-located Events .
Arianespace Breakfast Roundtable (By Invitation Only)
8:00am – 9:30am
Arianespace uses Space to make life better on Earth by providing launch services for all types of satellites into all orbits. It has orbited over 1,100 satellites since 1980.
This private session hosted by Arianespace’s Senior Vice President of Vega Business Unit, Marino Fragnito, is an excellent opportunity for global Space thought leaders and professionals to meet, network, and discuss on Trends of New Technologies and Market Outlook – perspectives on equatorial launch, dedicated flight, rideshare, injection precision and reignitable upper stage.
Mapping Earth From Space Workshop by Singapore Land Authority (By Invitation Only)
9:00am – 12:30pm
Singapore Land Authority (SLA) is a statutory board with the Ministry of Law. SLA spearheaded the use of geospatial information through a national collaborative environment where geospatial data, policies and technologies are established and defined, thereby fostering innovation, knowledge and value creation for the Government, enterprises and community.
This session aims to highlight, through international and local presentations, the inter-dependence of precise GNSS and earth observation space technologies to support sustainable, resilient, and smart nation developments. The presentations and an experts’ panel discussion will highlight this interdependence relationship in the geospatial ecosystem, manifesting in the various applications.
Build a Mission: A Framework for Regional Collaborative Missions to Deliver advances in Technology and Services Workshop by In-Space Missions
11:00am – 1:00pm
Workshop attendees will collaborate to explore key applications, technologies and downstream services for Faraday Dragon, an Asia-Pacific regional rideshare space mission that offers the performance of a 150kg class small satellite for a fraction of the cost of traditional flight services by flying multiple payloads for regional space players – including government, commerce, finance, research and educational organisations. At the conclusion of the workshop, attendee feedback will bring together ideas for multiple payloads, technologies, downstream applications and potential customers to create a blueprint for the Faraday Dragon rideshare mission, and establish the genesis of a collaborative regional rideshare eco-system.
UK-Singapore Future Partnerships Workshop (By Invitation Only)
1.30pm – 3.30pm
This workshop aims to identify, discuss and develop collaboration opportunities and synergies between UK-based and SG-based space companies and research institutes in addressing global markets with emphasis on;
• Climate change: monitoring, management, and mitigation
• Maritime: the blue environment and economy
• Space supply chain: accelerating the adoption of new technologies
The Importance of Responsible Behavior in Enhancing Space Sustainability Workshop by Secure World Foundation & UK Space Agency (By Invitation Only)
3:30pm – 5:30pm
This workshop seeks to raise awareness of the importance of space sustainability for all space actors in general and the APEC region specifically. It will discuss how behaviour/actions can either enhance space sustainability or hamper it, identifying specific examples of the latter, like destructive anti-satellite testing. It will consist of a short series of opening briefs and then an overall discussion on how norms of behaviour can enhance space sustainability, the role the commercial sector can play in this, and the relevance to new actors in space.
Commercial Trends and Investments in the Global Space Industry Startup and VC Workshop (By Invitation Only)
4:00pm – 6:00pm
The agenda of this workshop includes:
• Panel discussion on Collaboration Opportunities Between the Israeli & Singapore Space Ecosystems
• Panel discussion on Space Investment Trends Across the Globe
• Space Faculty Bootcamp Finalists Pitching
About GSTC .
With over 15 years in the making, the Global Space and Technology Convention (GSTC) has established itself as a cornerstone of the industry in Asia. Global space professionals convene to drive conversations, deepen collaborations and accelerate technological innovations, collectively shaping the industry and impacting our future – across the economy, education, and the planet. From learning how satellite communication and data can transform urban cities to its applications in sustainability, climate change, security and IoT, GSTC is the go-to platform for your space and satellite business to connect with the burgeoning- space industry in Asia. We look forward to the next GSTC happening in-person in Singapore on 15 and 16 February 2023.
GSTC 2023 Site Map .
Venue: Sheraton Towers Singapore, 39 Scotts Rd, Singapore 228230
Meet the Exhibitors at Level 2 Exhibition Hall
AAC Clyde Space
Benchmark Space Systems UK Ltd
Black Arrow Space Technologies Ltd
Dhruva Space Pte Ltd
Emposat Co., Ltd
Hong Kong Aerospace Technology Group
In-Space Missions Ltd
Kongsberg Satellite Services AS (KSAT)
Metrea Mission Data
Microsatellite Science & Technology Centre, University of Toronto (UTIAS)
Oxford Space Systems
Space Faculty Pte Ltd
Space Park Leicester
U.S. Office of Navy Research (ONR)