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Global Space and Technology Convention 2025 .

  Co-located Events 26 Feb | Conference 27 & 28 Feb

Singapore

The 17th edition GSTC 2025, is the go-to platform for your space and satellite business to connect with the burgeoning space industry in Asia. Join us as we explore the future world of space technology and unlock new possibilities.

CEO Roundtable

 Exclusive sessions bringing together influential leaders to discuss the priority issues affecting and shaping the future of the space industry.

Networking Space

Private meeting rooms for premium sponsors and huddle spots open to all delegates. Connect and deepen your relationships with your industry associates!

One-on-One Business Matching

Make invaluable connections or catch up with old colleagues, kick-start your conversations with fellow delegates via our business matching platform.

Workshops

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.

Showcase

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.

Knowledge Platform

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.

Who Should Attend GSTC .

• Space Agencies
• Space Companies
• Government Organisations
• Supporting Industries

• Financial Institutions
• Universities
• Space Research Institutes
• Startups

Register Your Interest For GSTC 2025 .

Delegates | Speakers | Sponsors | Exhibitors

GSTC 2024 has concluded with a blast! .

Register Now .

2-Day Conference • 15 & 16 February 2024

Local

SGD 1,699

Commercial & Government

Local

SGD 1,299

Academia
& Academia

International

SGD 1,699

Commercial & Government

International

SGD 1,299

Academia& Academia

For Group Registration, please write to contact@space.org.sg

About GSTC 2024 .

#GSTC 2024 – Space for a Sustainable, Smart and Secure World

 

Space for Sustainability
It’s a global conversation that the world is facing greater-than-ever pressure to make a concerted global push for sustainability. We look to the stars to help us make a meaningful breakthrough in our global push for sustainability.

 

Space to Power Smart Cities
In the global Smart Nation movement, space – the proverbial eye in the sky – will power the next big data revolution, creating a paradigm shift for how nations redefine connectivity, accelerating the transformation in digital government, digital economy and digital society.

 

Space for a Secure World
From cybersecurity and defence to disaster management, we now stand on the threshold of a new age of security powered by space. Greater access and phenomenal advances in space technology have the power to accelerate innovation, especially set against the backdrop of increased co-operation across nations.

For more information on GSTC 2024, view or download the programme booklet.

Special Promo @ IAC Paris (18 - 26 September 2022) .

In-Person Pass

SGD 1,199

SGD 1,599

Commerical & Government

In-Person Pass

SGD 899

SGD 1,199

Academia

Virtual Pass

SGD 599

SGD 899

Commercial & Government

Virtual Pass

SGD 449

SGD 679

Academia
& Academia

Guest-of-Honour

DPM Heng Swee Keat

Singapore Deputy Prime Minister and Coordinating Minister for Economic Policies

Assoc Prof at ASE/EEE of NTU and Director of EOS-RS

Chief Executive, National Supercomputing Centre (NSCC) Singapore

Head of Naval Strategic & Planning Staff, IAI

Deputy Executive Director, Geo-Informatics and Space Technology Development Agency

Co-founder and CEO, National Additive Manufacturing Innovation Cluster

Director General, Philippine Space Agency

Managing Partner, Aloniq

Founder & CEO, Synspective

Advisor to the Director, Earth Observation Research Center, Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency

CTO and Co-Founder, SpeQtral

Scientist, Genome Institute of Singapore (GIS), A*STAR

CTO, Sirin Orbital Systems AG

CEO, Contec

Director, Survey and Geomatics Division, Singapore Land Authority (SLA)

Co-founder, Cryptosat

Co-founder, Cryptosat

Featured Country

Strategic Partner

Innovation Partner

Platinum Sponsors

Gold Sponsor

Silver Sponsors

Bronze Sponsors

Participating Sponsors

Supporting Organisations

Media Partners

Held By

Head of Department and Senior Consultant

Head of Strategy and International Cooperation, Polish Space Agency (POLSA) 

Senior Fellow and Coordinator of Humanitarian Assistance and Disaster Relief [HADR] Programme, S. Rajaratnam School of International Studies (RSIS)

Research Assistant Professor, National University of Singapore

Professor (Practice), School of Electrical & Electronic Engineering, Nanyang Technological University

Senior Vice President, Data & AI, Hewlett Packard Enterprise

Director General, Philippine Space Agency

Founder & CEO, Synspective

Executive Director, Geo-Informatics and Space Technology Development Agency (GISTDA)

CTO and Co-Founder, SpeQtral

Head of Research Organization for Aeronautics and Space ORPA-BRIN (Indonesia) 

President, KARI (Korea Aerospace Research Institute)

Co-located Events .

These are invitation-only events held on Workshop Day, 14th February.

If you are interested to join any of the sessions, please write to gstcsecretariat@space.org.sg
Registration starts from 7 am. You may pick up your badge as early as 1 hour before the start of workshop.

Maritime Workshop

Since the inception of remote sensing more than half a century ago, with the increasing sophistication and precision of Earth Observation (EO) satellites, they are well positioned to become an eagle eye in the sky, to not just offer us macro insights but also provide high accuracy data to influence the decision making on specific areas of interest. Despite the merits of EO technology, many players in today’s congested maritime industry continue to depend on unreliable radar and AIS systems to provide information for maritime situational awareness. This workshop aims to review the challenges of maritime information systems and help players in the shipping industry appreciate the benefits of EO technology that could be harnessed to augment and supplement maritime information systems to provide a truly comprehensive and real-time understanding of the maritime environment. This workshop will also explore various aspects of the VDES initiative, discuss its technologies and address multiple maritime traffic management priorities when integrating with the upcoming VDES initiative.

Space Life Sciences Workshop

Many cutting-edge medical technologies and innovative food technologies have been inspired by space research in the past. As the space industry continues to expand and with Space touted as the future, many players, including biochemistry researchers and food and pharmaceutical industries, are looking to venture into space. However, as the space industry has traditionally been associated with the physics and engineering domain, the link between life sciences and space is often not intuitive. This has resulted in poor uptake of space life science research among the biochemistry community, leaving a large potential for novel research discoveries untouched. This workshop aims to help bridge the gaps in understanding how and what types of space experimentation could be done for the life sciences and its benefits.

Innovation Workshop

As the Space industry picks up speed, its growth has met with an equal number of startups developing space-related technologies and space-based solutions. However, as Space remains an abstract subject not readily understood by the global community, startups face significant challenges in funding and bringing their businesses to scale. The slow adoption of space technologies means that many investors and companies are missing out on the tremendous potential of space technologies to remain ahead of the curve, unfortunately. This workshop seeks to demonstrate how space-based innovation can bring about significant benefits and close the knowledge gaps between space and investors/terrestrial industries on why investing in the space domain is worthwhile and how various organisations can play a role in accelerating the adoption of space-based solutions.

Global B2B Marketplace

In an era where every connection counts, we are thrilled to introduce this exclusive closed-door event designed to elevate the networking experience for distinguished sponsors and partners. Invited guests can mingle freely and kickstart a conversation the day before the official opening of GSTC 2024. This inaugural Global B2B Marketplace offers an ideal platform for companies seeking to build strategic partnerships, enhance their market presence, and drive growth. This is not just any typical networking space but a strategic initiative to cultivate an environment where meaningful connections flourish.

ONR Global Landscape Workshop

With technological advancements proceeding rapidly, this has brought about abundant opportunities, yet it has also presented an equal number of challenges. It is becoming more apparent that many challenges cannot be tackled in isolation, and organisations should leverage each other’s capabilities through mutually beneficial collaboration to engineer novel solutions to modern problems. While space research is gaining traction, there remains a significant void due to a lack of expertise and funding.
Through a keen appreciation of the above situation, this workshop aims to enable ONR Global to understand the local and regional research scene and landscape to find potential synergies and collaboration opportunities.

SLA Seminar

Proudly organised by SLA and Singapore Space and Technology Ltd, the seminar will discuss how space-based geospatial technologies, especially Global Navigation Satellite Systems (GNSS) and remote sensing, can support smart cities in achieving their goals of efficiency, resilience, and sustainability.
The seminar will showcase some of the latest developments that enable the use and analysis of GNSS and remote sensing data and information and will cover the following topics:
Overview and benefits of GNSS and remote sensing, as well as their synergies and complementarities, for providing high-resolution and timely geospatial data and information for various smart city applications. State-of-the-art and emerging trends of GNSS and remote sensing technologies for enhancing the capabilities and performance of geospatial solutions for smart cities.

Masterclass on Space Data & Financial Innovation

An exclusive masterclass curated for top executives in the financial sector, hosted by Plug and Play APAC and Singapore Space and Technology Ltd. This event offers an opportunity to explore the transformative potential of space data and technology in the finance sector.
Expect insightful 101 presentations, dynamic demonstrations by startups, real-world use cases from the financial industry, and strategies to leverage space tech for revenue growth, efficiency enhancement, and risk management. Embrace the synergy between the final frontier and financial innovation as you engage with industry leaders, discover cutting-edge applications, and contribute to shaping the future of finance.

STEM 2.0 Education Forum

STEM 2.0 Education Forum – launched in Feb 2023 by Dr Mohamad Maliki Bin Osman – is a platform that brings together stakeholders across government, industry and education to chart the vision of STEM 2.0.
In light of the fast-paced growth of the space economy in the past five years, the sector is now the first stop for solutions and technologies to address global issues like climate control, sustainable food production, disaster management and relief, and management of Earth’s resources are increasingly found in space-based technologies.
STEM 2.0 is the next phase of development in STEM education to help students enter into high-value verticals like space, deep tech and advanced robotics and to build capacity for the industry.

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.
Co-Organised by

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.
Co-Organised by

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.
Co-Organised by

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.
Co-Organised by

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

Testimonials .

Having participated at GSTC and contributed to its editions from the very beginning, it is clearly one of the best space events globally, and certainly the premier one in ASEAN, given its compactness and unique networking.

Joerg Kreisel CEO, JKIC

One of the best NewSpace conferences by far.

Gregg Li Advisor, Lab for Space Research, The University of Hong Kong

A very insightful event with fascinating speakers.

Jake Saunders Vice-President - Asia, ABI Research

Attending GSTC 2023 was incredibly helpful for the Space South Central cluster of UK Universities (Surrey, Southampton and Portsmouth). The presenting sessions were very informative; the companies exhibiting were high quality; and the opportunity to easily meet our researcher counterparts from Nanyang Technological University, A*Star and the National University of Singapore all enabled a series of extremely productive discussions that ultimately led to a funded international collaboration (between the UK and Singapore). That collaboration would not have happened if we had not attended GSTC.

Will Lovegrove Director of Innovation Strategy, University of Surrey

GSTC is a key event for the Asia-Pacific region and we are very much looking forward to meeting with key industry players, forging new collaborations, and progressing with new opportunities for our InSpace Rideshare and InSpace Digital satellite services. Now that In-Space Missions is part of the BAE Digital Intelligence family we are particularly pleased to be able to participate in GSTC with our team in Singapore and be an integral part of the continued growth of the space sector in the region, as well as establishing and growing partnerships between the UK and Asia-Pacific.

Tony Holt Chief Innovation & Sales Officer, In-Space Missions

ST Engineering is proud to contribute to the success of Singapore’s space ecosystem and be part of our national space journey. As GSTC highlights how space technology and satellite communications will shape our lives here in Asia, ST Engineering is proud to showcase our innovative satellite systems and analytical services at the conference, as well as utilize the event to exchange ideas, explore partnerships and business opportunities.

Goh Ing Nam General Manager of Satellite Systems and Geo-Insights, ST Engineering Satellite Systems Pte Ltd

GSTC is an excellent platform. It's an excellent platform because it is an ecosystem. It is a conference where people share views on emerging topics and discuss what needs to be done, how to come together effectively to bring this industry forward. Cyber security has been on the table for several years and is now emerging as a major topic here and I think this is of the utmost importance. Thank you, Jonathan, and thank you GSTC for this amazing opportunity.

Esti Peshin VP & General Manager, Cyber Division, Israel Aerospace Industries

Working in PR, comms and marketing, I've been working with the SSTL team before GSTC in the planning stages and I can tell you that SSTL has been so responsive and almost very like flexible in terms of making sure that Dhruva Space’s technologies and potential conversations are done in the best way possible that can fit the kind of ecosystem that's here at GSTC. So it's, you know, it's going from the planning stages to actual execution and being here, it's been a dream and I really look forward to GSTC 2024 the years to come.

Divya Bhavani Head of PR, Communications & Marketing, Dhruva Space

I enjoyed the vitality of the exhibition. It has been productive in terms of direct connections with people. Singapore is a nice hub for Asia, Both the Far East, the South Asia are quite present in this region so this is the main reason and the best part of of this event. Most likely yes, we will be back next year.

Andrea Cafagna Senior Sales and Business Development Director, Enpulsion GmbH

I always call it as a boutique event because it's so familiar and it's actually the opportunity to meet all the people in the business, in the space business, especially in Asia, Singaporean and Asia. But it also attracts a lot of international players so it's actually so small and cozy and familiar that you can meet everybody in these two days. So I really like the familiar feeling of the boutique feeling of GSTC. I will definitely be back [for] next year’s GSTC.

Simone Placidi Director, MetaSensing AP Pte Ltd

This is my first GSTC in person and I think it's beyond my objective, beyond my goal. Before I came here, I thought that I can learn something like you know new business in this area, and also to meet some friends. When I come here, I'd see visions for many people, and from like leaders in Asia, in other parts of our world, and also I see opportunity. Not only that, we also do business matching with many companies around the world. I think SIngapore is a very cool country, nice country, and also the GSTC is one of the best space forums in the world. Of course, we will come back.

Pakorn Apaphant Executive Director, Geo-Informatics and Space Technology Development Agency

The GSTC is a key annual event for an innovative spacecraft mission specialist like Surrey Satellite Technology to meet with its global partners, take part in industry shaping panels and provide updates on its activities.

Alex da Silva Curiel Regional Head Business Development & Sales, Surrey Satellite Technology Ltd

GSTC is an excellent partnership and innovative technology information exchange platform for companies interested in the Asia Pacific region. Taking advantage of this platform, HKATG is sharing with the world its advanced large-scale satellite manufacturing centre and the superior facilities of the satellite TT&C and data application services, with the provision of its own Golden Bauhinia satellite constellation. By participating in GSTC2023, HKATG is gaining more opportunities to serve the global commercial space industry better and largely and actively promote the vigorous development of the global space industry.

Sun Fengquan Co-Chairman & CEO, Hong Kong Aerospace Technology Group

This event is bringing a good benefit for us because it's intimate and very focused event. Space industry is very clearly here, I'd say from an industrial point of view, very clearly benefiting all of us, that we can have that opportunity here. We will be back again.

Kenneth Olafsson Regional Sales & Business Director Asia Pacific, KSAT – Kongsberg Satellite Services AS

So, first of all, this has been a wonderful event. Really a wonderful event. I've learned a lot in these sessions. But I think the best thing about being at meetings like this is networking. And this event actually brings us from Israel to network with Asian partners. While we're part of Asia, we don't feel part of Asia most of the time, and at this event we can really meet our Asian colleagues, meet the companies here and develop new partnerships and collaborations.

Dan Blumberg Chairman, Israel Space Agency

As a leader in Earth Observation analytics, Preligens attends GSTC 2023 as it is the place-to-be in APAC to exchange knowledge on space technologies. We are proud to participate and look forward to displaying our latest products and deepening partnerships and business opportunities.

Mathieu Goebel Head of Sales – Asia, Preligens

Synspective is excited to be part of the GSTC community. GSTC is a great communication platform to share the advantages of SAR satellites and our knowledge about Earth Observation. GSTC provides us opportunities to establish co-work partnerships, and accelerate our business.

Vincent Kessler General Manager, Synspective SG

Having so many space agencies here, so many people from academia, and also so many companies here, talking about what we're doing, what capabilities are out there, what the challenges are, what the goals are for the future, I think is just great. So I think I see GSTC growing more in the future, and I'm very happy with my participation this year.

Garvey McIntosh NASA Attaché, U.S. Embassy, Tokyo

To me, [GSTC] is a tremendous platform to open up between the players in the space technology ecosystem so we can share the dynamic of the technology, the potential of the technology, even we can create some good strategic collaboration between the member states, especially in the region. So you see, the GSTC is not only meant for the region but it's a worldwide participation. You can have from Europe, you can have from America. So this is a healthy environment [where] the technology ecosystem can grow further so it will definitely benefit all people who are participating in the GSTC.

Azlikamil bin Napiah Director General, Malaysian Space Agency

I think GSTC plays quite a critical role. I think it's a good magnet to discuss a range of topics, not just space but beyond obviously space as well, because it's a broader kind of technology convention and a conference. What I see is actually a number of companies converging and coming together. So I think that relationship, the face to face relationship at a face to face conference is absolutely critical. I really hope, along with a number of UK companies, UK academia, that the companies here from Singapore, also the academics, have found this convention equally useful. And if I'm obviously going to fast forward myself to the next year, we will be absolutely be back.

Harshbir Sangha Director of Growth, UK Space Agency

Well, my experience is excellent. My mission here is to meet with some of the public service and industrial leaders, and that agenda has been met very well. So I have to appreciate the organiser of GSTC for that. I hope I could come back here again next year.

Robertus Heru Triharjanto Head, Research Organization for Aeronautics and Space

We love being here at GSTC 2023. We've been to several GSTCs in the past, primarily from our office in Singapore, and our science directors which are located in that office. We'll definitely be back next year. We love all hospitality from our Singaporean friends and partners. It's really exciting to be here. Our hosts have been very, very friendly. food's been fantastic. We love everything about Singapore. So thank you very much for having us and we look forward to being here in the future.

Andy Berner Executive Officer, U.S. Office of Naval Research Global

GSTC should be commended for its depth of insight into industry trends and technologies updates while at the same time providing great opportunities for us to connect and do business with key industry players within this growing sector.

Johan Pelissier Head of APAC, Defence and Space, Airbus

GSTC is a great place to present our innovative products and satellite systems. As a top tier world leader in space technologies and solutions, we see the industry leaders come to GSTC together to exchange knowledge on the latest innovations, deepen partnerships and seek new solutions and business opportunities. IAI is proud to participating in GSTC as it is a gateway for companies interested in the Asia Pacific region, and you would see us back in 2023.

Shlomi Sudri VP & General Manager, Israel Aerospace Industries

The satellite communications industry is an exciting and fast-growing one, with growing business and career opportunities. There are many technology innovations shaping the satellite communications industry today, including High Throughput Satellites and small satellite constellations for communications. It is therefore vital for Singapore to build up new capabilities, such as inter-satellite LEO-GEO communications, to support the growth of this industry.

Beh Kian Teik Assistant Managing Director, Economic Development Board, Singapore

Astroscale has been attending GSTC for many years. It is truly a valuable platform, providing us with high intensity networking opportunities with suppliers, customers from outside the industry, VCs and thought leaders in the space industry. We hope to contribute to the dialogue by sharing best practices and addressing pressing issues for the responsible use of space.

Nobu Okada Founder & CEO, Astroscale, Japan

GSTC has brought together global thought leaders, subject matter experts and end-users in the space ecosystem. It is a place to get a pulse of the fast evolving Asian space industries, to meet new business partners and uncover new opportunities. ST Engineering is proud to have been a key partner of this home-grown convention since its inception.

Vincent Chong President & CEO, ST Engineering

The Global Space and Technology Convention has presented excellent opportunities for SSTL to work with current and future players shaping the Asian space developments

Sir Martin Sweeting Founder and Executive Chairman, Surrey Satellite Technology Ltd

CNES is committed to forge a stronger cooperation with its Asian partners. The GSTC is an important platform to share our visions and to find new opportunities for joint developments

Jean-Yves Le Gall President, Centre National d’Etudes Spatiales (CNES)

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GSTC 2023 Programme Booklet .

For more information on GSTC 2023, view or download the programme booklet.

GSTC 2023 Site Map .

Venue: Sheraton Towers Singapore, 39 Scotts Rd, Singapore 228230

Meet the Exhibitors at Level 2 Exhibition Hall

AAC Clyde Space
Archangel Lightworks
Benchmark Space Systems UK Ltd
Black Arrow Space Technologies Ltd
CONTEC
Celestia Group
Dhruva Space Pte Ltd

Emposat Co., Ltd
Enpulsion GmbH
Hong Kong Aerospace Technology Group
In-Space Missions Ltd
Kongsberg Satellite Services AS (KSAT)
Maxar Technologies

MetaSensing
Metrea Mission Data
Microsatellite Science & Technology Centre, University of Toronto (UTIAS)
Oxford Space Systems
Preligens
Satellite Vu
Space Faculty Pte Ltd
Space Forge
Space Park Leicester
Spirent
ST Engineering
U.S. Office of Navy Research (ONR)

A1 – Sodern

A2 – MAXAR

A5 – Rocket Factory Ausburg

A6 – AIRBUS

A7 – VLEO Remote Sensing

A9 – Changi RHCC & Singapore Red Cross

A10 – INNOVATE UK – UK PAVILION

A11 – Spaceflight – Mitsui

A12 – Surrey Satellite Technology Ltd

A13 – ICEYE

A14 – Mitsubishi Electric Asia

A16 – Swedish Space Corp (SSC)

A17 – Italian Pavilion

A19 – MetaSensing

A20 – Project Cyclotron StartUp Zone

Co-Located Events .

8 FEBRUARY 2022

Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS) Workshop (By Invitation Only)

9:00am – 12:30pm

The Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS) Workshop promotes multi GNSS in the Asia and Oceania regions and encourages GNSS service providers and user communities to develop new applications and businesses. It also supports developing countries in the region to achieve its SDGs by supplying technical support on GNSS via seminars for policy makers and more.
Co-Organised by

ESA – Project Cyclotron Investor Forum

5:00pm – 7:30pm

The European Space Agency (ESA) and Project Cyclotron, a joint venture building programme by Cap Vista (strategic investment arm of Singapore’s Defence Science and Technology Agency (DSTA)) and Singapore Space & Technology Limited (SSTL) are jointly organising the ESA-Project Cyclotron European Investor Forum (EIF). There will be live pitching by Singapore-based and European-based space startups and networking with Singapore-based and European-based investors from the ESA investor network at the event.
Co-Organised by

UK Innovate EDGE Workshop (By Invitation Only)

1:00pm – 3:30pm

The United Kingdom’s National Space Strategy is making way for a transformative future as it focuses on re-establishing its heritage in the space tech industry. With added focus and support towards supporting new startups in the industry, the UK presents invaluable opportunities for collaboration. The Space Innovation: The Case for UK and Singapore Collaboration Workshop provides an unique opportunity for the Singapore companies to meet promising UK startups and discuss on topics such as IoT, Remote Sensing, Cybersecurity, Quantum Technologies, Net Zero and more. The workshop will feature 2 major roundtable discussions which will divide topics into Technology and Applications.
Co-Organised by

Space Health Symposium

4:30pm – 7:30pm

Space Health Symposium is the broader initiative of the Space Life Sciences Commercialisation & Research (SPLCR) Workshop series that were intended to delve into current Space Life Sciences research topics such as Space Genomics, Astromedicine and Microgravity Design Thinking. The Symposium aims to raise awareness of the potential of space life science research in Singapore’s biomedical and research community, build technical knowledge of resources for all attendees, and spark discussions that pave the way for possibilities in future space life science experiments.

ISC 2022 Award Ceremony

10 February 2022, 4.30pm – 5.50pm

The International Space Challenge (ISC) is one of the few platforms that connects young minds across the globe with industry experts, to nurture interest in space technology and its applications. It taps into the creativity of young minds to find new solutions and create a pathway for future commercialisation of these ideas.
The theme this year is “Space Weather” and winning teams from the Starter Category and Open Category will be receiving their awards  including the Grand Prize of S$10,000.

Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS) Workshop

9:00am – 12:30pm

The Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS) Workshop promotes multi GNSS in the Asia and Oceania regions and encourages GNSS service providers and user communities to develop new applications and businesses.

Innovate UK Edge

1:00pm – 3:30pm

Space Health Symposium

4:30pm – 8pm

ESA – Project Cyclotron European Investor Forum

5:00pm – 7:30pm

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.
Co-Organised by

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.
Co-Organised by

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.
Co-Organised by

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.
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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

Senior Director for International Government Business, Axiom Space
Dr Pham Anh Tuan

Director General, Vietnam National Space Centre
Mr Francis Low

Deputy Chief Technology Officer Addvalue Innovation Pte Ltd
Ms Elodie Viau

Director of Telecommunications and Integrated Applications, The European Space Agency

Executive Director, Geo-Informatics and Space Technology Development Agency (GISTDA)

Group COO (Technology & Innovation), and President of Defence & Public Security, ST Engineering

Chief Executive, Singapore Land Authority (SLA)

Executive Chairman, Surrey Satellite Technology Ltd

Director, Survey and Geomatics Division, Singapore Land Authority (SLA)
Ms Anett Mádi-Nátor

Director of International Operations, Cyber Services Plc
Mr Azlikamil Napiah

Director General, Malaysian Space Agency (MYSA)
Mr Chris Leck

Deputy Executive Director, Office for Space Technology and Industry (OSTIn), Singapore
Mr David Geiling

Vice President Asia Pacific Sales, Kymeta
Mr David Tan

Executive Director, Office for Space Technology and Industry (OSTIn), Singapore
Ms Esti Peshin

Vice President and General Manager, Cyber Division, Israel Aerospace Industries (IAI)
Dr Ettikan Karuppiah

Director, Enterprise Business, NVIDIA Singapore
Dr Eugene D. Kim

Vice President, Business Development, Satrec Initiative Co., Ltd.
Mr Foo Weng Kee

Head of Business Growth - South East Asia, Intelligence, Airbus
Mr Francis Ghesquiere

Manager, East Asia & Pacific Region, World Bank
Mr Francis Pressecq

Head of On-board Technics department, Centre National d'Etudes Spatiales (CNES)

Regular Pricing (1 January 2023 onwards) .

In-Person Pass

SGD 1,599

Commercial & Government

In-Person Pass

SGD 1,199

Academia
Academia

Virtual Pass

SGD 899

Commercial & Government

Virtual Pass

SGD 679

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Webinar: Space, Spaces and Ecosystems - How do Smart Estates Unlock Opportunities for Growth?

Singapore’s reputation as a smart city makes it an ideal location to grow your space business. Join us on 23 September 2021 at the Space, Spaces and Ecosystems webinar to discover JTC’s portfolio of real estate solutions. Speakers from the organisation will also share how business ecosystems at JTC’s estates can create value and accelerate growth for companies. 

Date: 23 September 2021, Thursday
Time: 3:00pm to 4:00pm, Singapore Time (UTC +8)

Key Topics:

·Find out how Singapore can support your space journey
·Discover how JTC’s real estate can bring out the best in your business
·See how start-ups can prosper through a constructive ecosystem

Who Should Attend

Companies in the Space sector looking to learn more about how smart estates in Singapore create new opportunities for businesses.

Pre-GSTC Workshops Highlights .

25 FEBRUARY 2021 / SHERATON TOWERS, SINGAPORE & ONLINE

Global Air Traffic Management (ATM) Workshop

(Hybrid)

Global Air Traffic Management (ATM) Workshop with Mr Sharly Ben Chetrit of JetTalk.

The landscape has changed vastly. With the need for airlines to streamline and cut costs,  air traffic management is an issue that requires urgent discussions. The workshop focused on satellite-based communications, navigation, and air traffic surveillance, discussing leading solutionsglobal air traffic control development trends and emerging technologies.

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Supporting Organisations

Strategic Partner

Platinum Sponsor

Global Maritime Traffic Management (MTM) Workshop

(Hybrid)

Global Maritime Traffic Management (MTM) Workshop with MTM panellists Mr Duane Hand of Speedcast, Dr Fu Xiuju of A*STAR, Mr David Foo of MPA, Mr Todd Schuett of Kongsberg Norcontrol and moderator Mr Ronny Waage of Heron Advisory.

With most world trade transported by ship, new technologies and innovative solutions to manage vessel traffic, marine pilotage and perform coastal surveillance are essential. The workshop focused on satellite-based communications, navigation, and maritime traffic surveillance, discussing leading solutionsglobal maritime traffic control development trends, and emerging technologies

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Strategic Partner

Platinum Sponsor

Project Cyclotron Workshop & Startup Pitching

(Hybrid)

Panel discussion at the Project Cyclotron Workshop & Startup Pitching, with Ms Lynette Tan, CE of SSTL, Mr Chng Zhen Hao, CEO of Cap Vista, Mr Joel Ang, Senior Associate of Wavemaker Partners, Mark Lim, CEO of Aliena and Charles Wong, CEO of Bifrost.

Project Cyclotron is a unique founder-friendly, venture building programme that invests in and supports the most innovative space and deep tech startups, gearing them for commercial success, and placing them on a curated global platform. We believe in value creation by providing access to funds, industry technologists, assistance to expand in Singapore and our network.
It puts together the best – technology experts to identify the disruptors, a network of global space industry players to realise innovations, and investors to recognise value.

Co-organised by

Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS) Industry Workshop

(Hybrid)

Mr Jimmy Tan, Singapore Land Authority (SLA) speaking at the Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS) Industry Workshop.

The workshop promotes multi GNSS in the Asia and Oceania regions and encourages GNSS service providers and user communities to develop new applications and businesses. It also supports developing countries in the region to achieve its SDGs by supplying technical support on GNSS via seminars for policy makers and more.

Co-organised by

3rd Lunar Commercial Communications Workshop

(Hybrid)

Opening remarks by Mr Steve Durst, Founder of ILOA at the 3rd Lunar Commercial Communications Workshop.

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Hungary-Singapore SpaceTech & Business Workshop

(Hybrid)

Hungarian Minister of Foreign Affairs and Trade, H.E. Peter Szijjarto joins the delegates virtually at the Hungary-Singapore SpaceTech & Business Workshop.

Learn more about the Hungarian Space Sector and it’s most successful enterprises, research centres and internationally-acknowledged engineers, with results that have brought them to the forefront of the world for decades.
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GSTC 2020 Statistics .

900

Participants

350

Companies

60

Speakers

30

Sponsors

GSTC 2020 Programme .

5 February 2020

Secure World Foundation Workshop
Blockchain Workshop
UK-SG Workshop
Satellite QKD – The future of secure communications Workshop

6 February 2020

High Speed Protected Communication Links on Future Space Systems
Interference Mitigation for Satellite Communications: A New Perspective
A New Dimension in Satellite Constellations: Facts, Figures, and Trend of Commercial Space
2020 and Beyond, A New Global Approach
Factoring Satellite into the 5G Ecosystem
Will Next Generation Satellites Complexify Ground Segments?
Global Asset Monitoring

7 February 2020

The Digital Transformation of Air Traffic Management and Space Based Technology
Intelligent Space Systems – The Space Opportunity that Makes Sense for Australia
Data Driven Development to Achieve the Sustainable Economy
Balancing Cyber Security with Business Needs of Commercial Space
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Exhibition

1 – General Atomics

2 – Analytical Graphics, Inc. (AGI)

3 – ICEYE

4 – ST Engineering

5 – Maxar

6 – Airbus

7 – Flex

8a – UK Space Agency

8b – Surrey Satellite Technology Limited

9 – Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade, Hungary

10 – Avio

11 – Mitsubishi Electric

12 – Addvalue

13 – Keysight Technologies

14 – Orbit Logic

15 – Swedish Space Corporation (SSC)

16 – D-Orbit and Meta-Sensing

17 – Gomspace

19 – Nanoavionics

22 – Singapore Land Authority

P2 – Space Inventor

P3 – SpaceSats

P4 – Elbit Systems

P5 – Centre of Quantum Technologies

P6 – Mitsui Bussan Aerospace

P8 – SEREME

Side Events

Project Cyclotron

Contract Signing with Capvista
6 February 2020, Thursday
Time: 10:00am
*Open to All

Multi-GNSS Asia Regional Symposium 2020

Advancing Smart Nation with Satellite Positioning. The symposium will feature innovative local and regional GNSS applications and research projects in many different industries including self-mobility platforms, smart construction, atmospheric monitoring, climate change research and many more.

CEO’s Breakfast

Sponsored by Kacific
By Invitation Only

Space Startup
Pitching Day 1 & 2

Calling for startups with offerings in space technologies and/or satellite applications to participate in the pitching sessions at GSTC 2020! Selected startups will each be allocated a slot during the event to pitch and share on your company to a selected panel of industry experts, angels and VCs.

Singapore Space Challenge 2020
Pitching Session

The SSC Community Choice Award is presented by participating teams of SSC 2020, where they present their submissions to a panel of esteemed judges.

Singapore Space Challenge 2020
Awards Ceremony

Challenge Statement:
Design a satellite or satellite system of not more than 5 satellites that can be used to de-orbit space debris
Over 70 international teams participated in the challenge. May the best team win!

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