November 19 - 20, 2019
São José dos Campos - SP

About

On November 19 and 20, the Brazilian Space Agency (AEB), the Ministry of Science, Technology, Innovations and Communications, the General Secretariat of the Presidency of the Republic, through the Special Secretariat for Strategic Affairs (SAE), the Brazilian Agency for Industrial Development (ABDI) and the São Jose dos Campos Technology Park will hold the third edition of the Brazilian Space Industry Forum. The Forum will take place in São José dos Campos Technological Park, located at São José dos Campos. The objective of the Forum is create a debate environment where all stakeholders can change ideas and make business to improve the space sector. The public expected in the event is the private initiative, public entities, funding agencies, research institutes, universities and startups.

The Space Economy engages launchers´ hardware and software, satellites, ground equipment and applications’ sectors. Using satellite data and images makes possible to create solutions on remote sensing, communications, meteorology, positioning and navigation systems and data collection. Besides the space companies, the event will try to attract companies from other sectors that make use of space data and technology. New companies can thus create new opportunities of business.

The theme of the upcoming third edition will be: “Space Economy and Business”. The event will aim to discuss the socioeconomic benefits generated from the space sector, the possible applications, the forms of promotion for new companies, and to publicize the models of use of the launch centers. The idea is to broaden the target audience and invite strategic partners, including representatives from Latin America, the United States, and Europe. We hope to integrate the national industry with the global and private environment.

November 19 - 20, 2019

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Preliminary Agenda

November 19
08:00 am - 09:00 am
Reception - Local: Auditorium Hall 1
09:00 am - 10:00 am
Opening Remarks
10:00 am - 12:15 pm
The Space Economy and its Socioeconomic benefits
12:15 pm - 02:00 pm
Lunch (free time) - Suggestion: Technology Park Restaurant
02:00 pm - 03:45 pm
Outlook for the Brazilian Space Program: institutional and regulatory environment
03:45 pm - 04:30 pm
Coffee Break
04:30 pm - 05:30 pm
Outlook for the Brazilian Space Industry
05:30 pm - 06:00 pm
Keynote Speaker
06:30 pm - 09:00 pm
Cocktail Reception
November 20
09:00 am - 10:45 am
Commercial models for space sector
10:45 am - 11:30 am
Coffee Break
11:30 am - 01:00 pm
In and Out: connections of space technology
01:00 pm - 02:00 pm
Lunch (free time) - Suggestion: Technology Park Restaurant
02:00 pm - 04:00 pm
Space Applications
04:00 pm - 04:45 pm
Keynote Speaker
04:45 pm - 05:00 pm
Closing Remarks

Speakers

Sessão de Abertura

Julio Shidara

President - Aerospace Industries Association of Brazil (AIAB)

Shidara has graduated in Electronic Engineering at Instituto Tecnológico de Aeronáutica (ITA) in 1986. He is a former Brazilian Air Force (FAB) Colonel that spent the major part of his professional life involved in projects of modernization of Brazilian Air Force under coordination of Subdepartment of Development and Programs (SDDP) of Department of Aerospace Science and Technology (DCTA). He has experience in avionics systems with emphasis in System Engineering, Requirements specification, system integration and software engineering. Currently, he is President of Aerospace Industries Association of Brazil (AIAB).

Marco Antonio Raupp

Managing Director - Technology Park of São José dos Campos

Marco Antonio Raupp is a mathematician from the Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul, with a doctorate from the University of Chicago (USA). Professor at the University of São Paulo, where he served as associate professor at the Institute of Mathematics and Statistics. He was director of the National Institute for Space Research and the National Laboratory of Scientific Computing, and president of the Brazilian Society for the Progress of Science (SBPC) and the Brazilian Space Agency. He is a member of the International Academy of Astronautics, White River Commander of the Order, Grand Cross of the National Order of Scientific Merit and Officer of the Order of Merit of the Armed Forces. He was Minister of State for Science, Technology and Innovation from January 2012 to March 2014. In the Technology Park of São José dos Campos, he participated in its creation and implementation (2006-2008) and was his first Managing Director (2009-2011) position that he returned to occupy in October 2014.

Felicio Ramuth

Mayor - São José dos Campos

Mayor of São José dos Campos, Felicio Ramuth, 50, married, businessman, with an MBA in Public Management from Fundação Getúlio Vargas and a degree in Business Administration. He is currently Vice President of Urban Mobility at the National Mayors Front. Felicio first ran for an elective office in 2016 and was elected mayor in the first round, with 219,511,000 votes, being the most voted in the city's history. In the public administration, he was Secretary of Transportation, President of Urbanizadora Municipal S / A - URBAM (mixed economy company) and Secretary of Communication.

Ricardo Gonzaga Martins de Araújo

Representative - Brazilian Agency for Industrial Development (ABDI)

Professional with Master Strictu-sense in People Management - FEAD, Post graduate in Corporate Finance - Getúlio Vargas Foundation Graduate Degree in Economic Engineering - FDC, Post graduate degree in Quality Engineering - IETEC / MG, graduated in Electronic Engineering and Telecommunications - PUC / MG Over 35 years of experience in the Industrial, administrative, financial, accounting areas, having been responsible for an industrial plant and owner of micro enterprise; experience in public-private articulation at the Brazilian Agency for Industrial Development - ABDI for formulation and application of public policies.

Cel Av Marcus Antônio Carvalho de Lima

Representative - Ministry of Institutional Security Cabinet

William Popp

Business Officer - US Embassy

Ten Brig Ar Luiz Fernando de Aguiar

Representative - Minister of Defense

Director of the Department of Aeronautics Science and Technology.

César Mattos

Representative - Ministry of Economics

César Mattos is a Legislative Consultant to the Brazilian House of Representatives and is currently the Secretary for Competition Advocacy and Competitiveness of the Ministry of Economy. He was CADE’s commissioner between 2008 and 2010 and Deputy Secretary of International Affairs at the Ministry of Finance in 2002. PhD in Economics from the University of Brasilia (UnB), with a sandwich doctorate in Oxford, UK. He holds a master's degree in economics from the Catholic Pontifical University of Rio de Janeiro and a degree in economics from UnB. He was Professor at the undergraduate course at UnB and the Catholic University of Brasilia. He is former coordinator of the MBA in Regulation of the Getúlio Vargas Foundation / DF (FGV-DF).

Carlos Augusto Teixeira de Moura

President - Brazilian Space Agency (AEB)

Born in São Paulo, Brazil, in 1957. Carlos Augusto Teixeira de Moura is graduated in Aeronautical Infrastructure Engineering (1980) and has a Master degree in Sciences (1996), both by Instituto Tecnológico da Aeronáutica (ITA). From 1973 to 2008, he made a career in the Brazilian Air Force (FAB), leaving FAB as Colonel Engineer. He has been working in the space segment since 1985, mainly with implementation of the Alcântara Launch Center (CLA); development of the Satellite Launcher Vehicle (VLS); space launch and tracking operations (CLA); intercomparison of probes with the World Meteorological Organization; development of the Master Plan for the Alcântara Space Center (CEA); design and implementation of the Cyclone-4 Terrestrial Complex; design and planning of space systems within the Strategic Space Systems Program (PESE). He also worked in the private sector from 2008 to 2016. After returning to the public sector in 2016, he worked in ​​Science, Technology, Innovation and Offset of the Aeronautical General Staff until 2018. In 2018, he worked as an Analyst of the Space Systems Coordination and Implementation Committee - CCISE, in charge of PESE. He has large experience in airport projects and space launch centers; development, qualification and operation of critically applied computer systems; preparation and spatial launching operations in Brazil and abroad; activities of elaboration and revision of public policies and of technological and organizational planning, including international cooperation; implementation and monitoring of quality assurance systems; development of standards for the aerospace industry; spatial certification; strategic planning of the aerospace sector. Since 2005, he is the South American Representative of the International Association for the Advancement of Space Safety. He is currently the President of the Brazilian Space Agency.

Carlos Alberto Flora Baptistucci

Representative - Ministry of Science, Technology, Innovations and Communications (MCTIC)

Carlos Alberto Flora Baptistucci is Bachelor of Law from the University Center of Brasilia. He has an MBA in Planning, Budget and Public Management and an MBA in Financial Administration from Fundação Getúlio Vargas and an MBA in Advanced Executive Development from Universidade Federal Fluminense. Held the Intendant Officers Training Course (Air Force Academy), the Improvement Course (Aeronautics Officer Improvement School), the Command and Staff Course, the Aeronautics Command and Staff School, and the International Contract Negotiation (Aeronautics Logistics Institute) Has extensive experience in Budget Administration in Public Management, mainly in the Brazilian Air Force, such as: Procurement, Contracts and Subsistence Manager and Internal Control Agent at Brasília Air Base; Finance, Bidding, Contracts and Subsistence Manager at Brasília Air Force Hospital; Head of the Aeronautics General Staff Administrative Division; Chief of Staff and Head of the Budget Planning Division of the Education Department; Head of the Bidding and Contracts Division and the Agreement Division of the Secretary of Economics and Finance of the Aeronautics; Parliamentary Advisor to the Air Force Command and Director of Administration of the National Secretariat of Public Security. He is currently Deputy Executive Secretary of the Ministry of Science, Technology, Innovations and Communications (MCTIC).

Desk: The Space Economy and its Socioeconomic benefits

Marc Serres

CEO - Luxembourg Space Agency

Marc Serres is CEO of the Luxembourg Space Agency and Vice Chair of the ESA council. He graduated with a PhD in Engineering in 2000 at the Catholic University of Louvain. He started his professional carrier in the satellite communications antenna manufacturing industry. Prior to his current position at the Ministry of the Economy, he managed the relationship with ESA for 8 years at the Ministry of Higher Education and Research. The ESA Council is the main governing body of the European Space Agency, representing the Member States either at Ministerial or delegate Level. The Council defines the basic policy guidelines and determines the directions of development of the European Space Agency and the European space industry. Luxembourg officially became a member state of ESA in 2005. At the preceding step to position the country in the space sector, Luxembourg entered into space in 1985 through the creation of the Société Européenne des Satellites (SES). The last step taken by the Luxembourg government has been to position the country as a pioneer in the development of the space resources economy under the branding SpaceResources.lu. Luxembourg collaborates with ESA on activities concerning missions to the asteroids, related technologies and space resources exploration and utilization.

David Logsdon

Senior Director - CompTIA Space Enterprise Council

David Logsdon is duel hatted at CompTIA. He is both the Executive Director of CompTIA’s Space Enterprise Council as well as Senior Director, Federal Procurement Council at CompTIA. As Space Enterprise Council Executive Director, he runs a 22-member council focused on the US space enterprise (commercial, civil, and national security). Under Logsdon, the Council is particularly focused on the satellite platform/data/data analytics/innovative technology/cyber ecosystem. Under the Federal Procurement role, he works closely with federal agencies, Congress, and the Administration to help define, outline, and implement a forward leaning IT focused modernized acquisition framework that promotes emerging technology adoption. Logsdon holds a Bachelor’s Degree from the University of Delaware in Criminal Justice and a Master’s Degree from George Washington University in Political Management. He served on the inaugural Space Based Positioning, Navigation, and Timing Advisory Board. He currently serves on the Department of Commerce International Trade Advisory Committee (ITAC) on Aerospace, where he Chairs the ITAC’s Space Subcommittee. He is also the US industry space industry lead for the US-Brazil Defense Industry Dialogue.

Céline Bouhey-Klapisz

International Affairs Advisor - Centre National d'Études Spatiales (CNES)

Graduated from the European Studies Institute in Leuven, Belgium in 1996, Céline Bouhey has a specialization in European and international affairs. After 5 years of experience in European affairs and lobbying in Brussels, she integrated the French Space Agency in 2002. Her main expertise, the European space relations, comes from a twenty years long experience in the European space environment. After 10 years working in Institutional relations with the European Union and served as space National contact point for the Framework Research and Innovation programme of the European Union, she integrated in 2014 the European and International relations department of the Centre National d’Etudes Spatiales as international advisor for India, Israel and Latin America.

Simon Seminari

Senior Consultant - Euroconsult

As a Senior Consultant, Simon works in Euroconsult’s consulting and research teams, contributing to the analysis of governments’ space policies and programs, with a focus on space programme management, public policy assessment, and socioeconomic impact assessments. Simon also focuses on the Earth Observation field. Simon is Project Manager for Euroconsult’s consulting missions related to the EU’s Research and Innovation framework programmes, including responsibility for the H2020-funded project NextGEOSS, which is working to develop and implement a next-generation Earth Observation data and services platform, and successfully lead a Framework Contract with the EU Satellite Center (SatCen) to provide consulting support for the evolution of the Copernicus Service for EU External Action. He is also Project Manager for a new emerging technology mission for the European GNSS Agency (GSA), as well as space policy assessment missions for JAXA, KARI, the CSA, and other space agencies. On the research side, Simon was Project Manager for Euroconsult’s flagship research report “Government Space Programs 2019”, which provides an in-depth look at all global space activities and space missions performed by the world’s leading and emerging space-faring countries. He was also Chief Editor for the “Satellite Value Chain” research report, and contributes to other research reports, notably “Market Prospects for Satellite-based Earth Observation” and “Market Prospects for Small Satellites”.

César Mattos (Moderator)

Secretary - Competition and Competitiveness Advocacy of the Ministry of Economy

César Mattos is a Legislative Consultant to the Brazilian House of Representatives and is currently the Secretary for Competition Advocacy and Competitiveness of the Ministry of Economy. He was CADE’s commissioner between 2008 and 2010 and Deputy Secretary of International Affairs at the Ministry of Finance in 2002. PhD in Economics from the University of Brasilia (UnB), with a sandwich doctorate in Oxford, UK. He holds a master's degree in economics from the Catholic Pontifical University of Rio de Janeiro and a degree in economics from UnB. He was Professor at the undergraduate course at UnB and the Catholic University of Brasilia. He is former coordinator of the MBA in Regulation of the Getúlio Vargas Foundation / DF (FGV-DF).

Desk: Outlook for the Brazilian Space Program: institutional and regulatory environment

Carlos Augusto Teixeira de Moura

President - Brazilian Space Agency (AEB)

Born in São Paulo, Brazil, in 1957. Carlos Augusto Teixeira de Moura is graduated in Aeronautical Infrastructure Engineering (1980) and has a Master degree in Sciences (1996), both by Instituto Tecnológico da Aeronáutica (ITA). From 1973 to 2008, he made a career in the Brazilian Air Force (FAB), leaving FAB as Colonel Engineer. He has been working in the space segment since 1985, mainly with implementation of the Alcântara Launch Center (CLA); development of the Satellite Launcher Vehicle (VLS); space launch and tracking operations (CLA); intercomparison of probes with the World Meteorological Organization; development of the Master Plan for the Alcântara Space Center (CEA); design and implementation of the Cyclone-4 Terrestrial Complex; design and planning of space systems within the Strategic Space Systems Program (PESE). He also worked in the private sector from 2008 to 2016. After returning to the public sector in 2016, he worked in ​​Science, Technology, Innovation and Offset of the Aeronautical General Staff until 2018. In 2018, he worked as an Analyst of the Space Systems Coordination and Implementation Committee - CCISE, in charge of PESE. He has large experience in airport projects and space launch centers; development, qualification and operation of critically applied computer systems; preparation and spatial launching operations in Brazil and abroad; activities of elaboration and revision of public policies and of technological and organizational planning, including international cooperation; implementation and monitoring of quality assurance systems; development of standards for the aerospace industry; spatial certification; strategic planning of the aerospace sector. Since 2005, he is the South American Representative of the International Association for the Advancement of Space Safety. He is currently the President of the Brazilian Space Agency.

Paulo Eduardo Vasconcellos

Director - Space Transportation and Licensing - Brazilian Space Agency (AEB)

Specialist in Strategic Planning and Management. Information Technology Professional, as Business Analyst in the development of information systems in areas such as Critical Mission, Intelligence, Knowledge Management and Corporate. Great experience in coordination and integration of teams for projects, including foreign participants. Retired General Officer (Major General) of the Brazilian Air Force, in this career he was a fighter pilot and fighter weapons allocator, also worked in the areas of strategic planning and strategic management, as well as coordinating teams to enable activities, with national and international teams focused on Science and Technology. As General Officer, was the representative for Brazil/Sweden High Level Group (Executive Committee), and lately the CIO for Brazilian Air Force.

Alcides Teixeira Barbacovi

Director - Department of Defense Products (DEPROD) - Defense Ministry

Alcides Teixeira Barbacovi is Major Air Brigadier of the Brazilian Air Force (FAB). He has a full degree in Physical Education and has completed the Course of High Studies in Politics and Strategy, the Project Management Course by ABBA Consulting and Training, and all courses offered by his military career. Among the key positions held are the Commander of the Fourth Squadron of the First Communications and Control Group, Commander of the Second Squadron of the Sixth Aviation Group, Assistant Commander of the Air Force, Commander of Anapolis Air Base, Chief of the Second Section of the Sixth Subchefia Chief of Staff, Acting Chief of Joint Staff of the Brazilian Aerospace Defense Command, Head of the Sectoral Planning Section of the General Command of Air Operations and Defense and Aeronautical Attaché in the United States and Canada. He is currently Director of the Department of Defense Products (DEPROD).

Carlos Alberto Flora Baptistucci (Moderator)

Deputy Executive Secretary - Ministry of Science, Technology, Innovations and Communications (MCTIC)

Carlos Alberto Flora Baptistucci is Bachelor of Law from the University Center of Brasilia. He has an MBA in Planning, Budget and Public Management and an MBA in Financial Administration from Fundação Getúlio Vargas and an MBA in Advanced Executive Development from Universidade Federal Fluminense. Held the Intendant Officers Training Course (Air Force Academy), the Improvement Course (Aeronautics Officer Improvement School), the Command and Staff Course, the Aeronautics Command and Staff School, and the International Contract Negotiation (Aeronautics Logistics Institute) Has extensive experience in Budget Administration in Public Management, mainly in the Brazilian Air Force, such as: Procurement, Contracts and Subsistence Manager and Internal Control Agent at Brasília Air Base; Finance, Bidding, Contracts and Subsistence Manager at Brasília Air Force Hospital; Head of the Aeronautics General Staff Administrative Division; Chief of Staff and Head of the Budget Planning Division of the Education Department; Head of the Bidding and Contracts Division and the Agreement Division of the Secretary of Economics and Finance of the Aeronautics; Parliamentary Advisor to the Air Force Command and Director of Administration of the National Secretariat of Public Security. He is currently Deputy Executive Secretary of the Ministry of Science, Technology, Innovations and Communications (MCTIC).

Desk: Outlook for the Brazilian Space Industry

Avandelino Santana Junior

Business and Space Activities Manager - Aerospace Industry Avibras

Acts as Space Activities and Business Development Manager at Avibras. He holds a PhD in Science from ITA / MAI, a degree in Aeronautical Mechanical Engineering and a Master of Science from ITA, specializing in Liquid Propulsion at the Moscow Aviation Institute (MAI). At the Institute of Aeronautics and Space (IAE), he worked as a researcher in the areas of propulsion and space systems, and held various positions until assuming the position of Deputy Director. Coordinated projects for the development of liquid propulsion technologies at IAE, being responsible for the creation of the Liquid Propulsion Laboratory. He has authored a book in the field of liquid rocket engine combustion instability, and has published dozens of scientific articles in international congresses and magazines on liquid propulsion, combustion instability, dynamic systems and satellite launch vehicles. He is a Colonel Aviator of the Reserve, having completed all career courses, notably the ESG High Policy and Strategy Studies Course, as well as the MBA in Science and Technology Management from UFF.

Leandro Cordeiro

Commercial Manager - Thales Alenia Group (Omnisys/ Thales Alenia Space)

Leandro Tomazelli Cordeiro is 41 years old and has a degree in Business Administration from UNIFEI. Has specialization in Project Management by PMI, MBA in Business Management from FGV and training for operations in the Space sector (Thales Alenia Space - France). Between 1998 and 2008 he worked in customer relationship, Contract Administration and Project Management at Alcatel Telecommunications company. Since 2008 operates in Thales Alenia group (Omnisys / Thales Alenia Space). Between 2008 and 2012 he held the position of Project & IDB Manager and from 2012 to 2015 became Commercial Manager in Space Areas / Defense. From 2015, also started to occupy the position of Commercial Manager and Business Development Manager.

Jefferson Luiz de Moura Lopes da Silva

Electric Engineer - RJC Defense and Aerospace

Jaqueline Vaz

Engineering Director - Orbital Engineering

Graduated in Aeronautical and Space Engineering at the University of Vale do Paraíba (2007), Master in Engineering and Space Systems Management at the National Institute for Space Research - INPE (2011) and is currently doctoral student in Engineering and Space Technology at INPE. Works for Orbital Engenharia as Engineering Director. Responsible during eight years as Product Assurance Manager in the design, development, manufacture, assembly, integration and test of space systems and subsystems. Responsible for manufacturing management of Solar Array Generator of CBERS-2B Satellite. Responsible for Product Assurance on Solar Cell Assembly (SCA) for qualification in the European Space Agency (ESA) and for the Solar Array Generators of: CBERS-3, CBERS-4, CBERS-4A and LATTES Satellites. Attended the Assembly, Integration and Testing of Satellite Solar Generator CBERS-4 on Space Technology of Chinese Academy (CAST) in Beijing China and CBERS-4 Launch Campaign in China Taiyuan Launch Base. Responsible for Product Assurance Management of projects: Front Module 2nd stage of Brazilian Sounding Vehicle (VSB-30) and the liquid propulsion stage (EPL) of the vehicle VS-30 V13, Advanced Manufacturing Processes Development and Qualification for Aeronautics Cabling, Engineering Design for Integration of the Scramjet 14-X S Technological Demonstrator in a Reference Launch Vehicle. Responsible for the preparation of the quality management system documentation and implementation of the requirements of ISO 9001: 2015 and SAE AS9100D to obtain certification of Orbital Engenharia´s in quality processes for management, design, development, manufacture, inspection, assembly, integration and tests of engineering products and associated services. Acts in quality management system and coordinate innovation projects at Orbital Engenharia.

Jadir Gonçalves

Founding Partner - Fibraforte

Founding partner of Fibraforte company. Operates in the commercial management of the enterprise, developing business in the space and aeronautics field. Has the role of technical and commercial manager of product development projects and new technologies for the Brazilian Space Program. He worked at the National Institute for Space Research between 1986 and 1994, and intregated the CBERS satellite systems engineering group. Graduated in 1985 in Aeronautical Engineering from the Technological Institute of Aeronautics.

João Alexandro Braga Maciel Vilela

Business Development Manager - AEL Systems

João Alexandro Braga Maciel Vilela holds an Aviation Officer degree from the Air Force Academy, postgraduate degree in Aviation Safety and Continuing Airworthiness from the Technological Institute of Aeronautics (ITA), master's degree in Aviation Safety and Continuing Airworthiness from the Technological Institute of Aeronautics (ITA) and MBA in Business Management from Fundação Getúlio Vargas (FGV-POA). He has taken several courses offered for his military career. In the main functions performed, mainly in the Brazilian Air Force (FAB), the following stand out: Deputy of the 1º/4º GAv Air Weapons Subsection, Chief of the 1° / 16° Gav Electronic Combat Subsection, Chief of Operations of the 1º/ 3° GAv, Pilot and Flight Test Instructor, Commander of the Flight Test Squadron, Commander of the Special Flight Test Group, Technical Manager of the CLX, P-3BR and ALX Projects and Head of the Technical Section of GAC-CASA. He is currently Business Development Manager at AEL Sistemas.

Darcton Policarpo Damião ( Moderator)

Director - National Institute for Space Research (INPE)

PhD in Sustainable Development from UnB, MBA in Entrepreneurial Management from ITA, Master in Remote Sensing from INPE and Bachelor of Aeronautical Sciences, and graduated from the Air Force Academy, Class 1983. In addition to the military career courses (Fighter Pilot, Flight Instructor, Officer Improvement, Command and Staff, War College, among others), also took specialization courses at the Joint School of Photographic Interpretation (RAF Wyton, Huntingdon – UK) at the University of Michigan (Ann Arbor -MI and Pentagon City-VA), MIT (Sloan School of Management, Cambridge-MA) and the University of Pennsylvania (Wharton School, Philadelplhia-PA). He is a Collaborating Professor at the Technological Institute of Aeronautics (ITA), the Superior School of War (ESG - Brasília Campus), the Getúlio Vargas Foundation (FGV-Rio) and the University of the Air Force (UNIFA). He has held various executive positions, including the positions of Chief Technology Officer of Vale Soluções em Energia - VSE, Chief Executive Officer of VSE's US subsidiaries - TAO Sustainable Power Solutions, LLC (West Palm Beach, FL) and Plum Combustion, Inc. (Atlanta, GA), Director of Research and Innovation at Usiminas SA and Director of the Institute for Advanced Studies, CT&I Institution of the Air Force Command. He was a member of the Superior Council for Innovation and Competitiveness - CONIC - of FIESP, of the board of ANPEI, of the Committee of Entrepreneurs for Innovation of Amcham-Brasil, of the Technological Development Committee of FIEMG, of the Deliberative Council of the Pro-Innovation and Competitiveness Institute, created by the Brazilian Association of Metallurgy and Materials - ABM and the Technical-Scientific Council of the Belo Horizonte Technology Park.

Keynote Speaker

Masami Onoda

Director - JAXA

Masami Onoda is currently Director of JAXA Washington D.C. Office, representing Japanese space to the U.S. and Americas. She has extensive experience in international affairs, satellite applications and industry relations, in the field of space. She has held several international positions, including at the intergovernmental Group on Earth Observations (GEO) Secretariat in Geneva, Switzerland, and earlier at the UN Office for Outer Space Affairs (UNOOSA) in Vienna, Austria. While pursuing her graduate studies, she was invited to operate the JAXA Kansai Satellite Office in Higashiosaka, Japan, and worked with SMEs on small satellite technology transfer. Masami Onoda holds a Ph.D. in Global Environmental Studies (2009) and master’s degree in environmental management both from the Kyoto University Graduate School of Global Environmental Studies, and BA in international relations from the University of Tokyo.

Desk: Commercial models for space sector

Stephanie Ruth Bednarek

Director of Commercial Sales - SpaceX

She graduated in Aerospace Engineering at Virginia University has a Master at George Washington University in Space Policies, at SpaceX she had work with Business Development and Government Affairs before she reaches the position of Director of Commercial Sales. Ms. Bednaredk is an advocate of Women in Engineering being director of programs at Women in Aerospace.

Luciana Serrão Sampaio Longo

Regulatory Affairs - OneWeB

Ms. Longo is graduated at University of Brasilia in Brazilian law and master in Diplomacy in Rio Branco Institute. Ms. Longo is a career in diplomacy she worked at Embassy of Brazil in Washington DC and Embassy of Brazil in Mexico City, nowadays she works in OneWeb in regulatory affairs.

Lindsay Wolff

Chief Technology Officer - GEOshare

Lindsay is currently the Chief Technology Officer for GEOshare, LLC. She leads the technical team turning customer mission statements into architectures, payload designs, and full satellite configurations. Lindsay also serves as the Chief Engineer for the MILO Space Science Institute, a non-profit research collaborative whose mission is to provide affordable access to deep space science missions. Lindsay leads the mission architecture development and spacecraft design efforts. Most recently, Lindsay was recognized by The Society of Satellite Professionals International as a “Future Leader in the Space Industry” as one of the top 20 professionals within the space industry under the age of 35.

Darin Lindon

Engineering Support Analyst - KBR

Darin Lindon represents KBR by developing new global opportunities in space and space related work. Darin is a Retired US Army Officer with almost a decade in US Army Space Operations. He worked on NASA’s Responsive Launch programs, as an R&D Portfolio manager for Army Space and Missile Defense Command in new and innovative satellite communications, and as a technical analyst for the Ronald Reagan Ballistic Missile Defense Test Site in Space Surveillance. Darin partnered with US Southern Command while working on these programs and is a continuous proponent for advancing US/Brazilian relations and an advocate for US launch from Alcantara.

Dean Blom

Senior System Engineer - TriSept

Mr. Dean Blom, Launch Liaison, represents TriSept Corporation as the designated point of contact for space systems industry seekers looking to leverage TriSept’s corporate capabilities to meet their business objectives. Dean brings 20 years of aerospace industry experience; having previously worked for NASA at the Johnson Space Center, Lockheed Martin Corporation Astronautics Division, and United Launch Alliance. Dean has been directly involved in the successful integration and launch of 9 medium to heavy lift class missions from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station and Vandenberg Air Force Base, spanning multiple launch vehicle variants and spacecraft processing facilities. Dean joined TriSept in 2010 as a industry technical advisor, and has matured as one of the companies most trusted launch and space systems engineering experts. Corporate architecture and planning, launch vehicle trajectory design and optimization, mission requirements and schedule management, and Space Vehicle to Launch Vehicle integration and processing are Mr. Blom's areas of expertise.

Sidney Nakao Nakahodo

Co-Founder and CEO - New York Space Alliance

Sidney N. Nakahodo is a leading authority in space entrepreneurship, and cofounder and CEO of the New York Space Alliance (NYSA). He is a faculty member of Columbia University and is a former fellow of Singularity University, in Silicon Valley, and currently serves as its New York City Chapter co-ambassador. Previously he worked with public policy, private sector development, and carbon finance at the World Bank. Sidney holds a Master of International Affairs from Columbia University’s School of International and Public Affairs (SIPA) and a B. Eng. in Materials Engineering from the University of Sao Paulo (Brazil). He is an alum of Singularity University’s Global Solutions Program (GSP), which he attended on a Google-sponsored scholarship, and the Kiel Institute’s Advanced Studies Program in International Economic Policy (Germany). Sidney speaks Portuguese and Spanish, is conversant in French and Italian, and has basic knowledge of German.

Martin Mössler (Moderator)

General Manager - ESA BIC Austria

Martin Mössler studied mechanical engineering at University of Technology Graz, then Political Science in Salzburg, International Relations in Oxford, and completed a Master´s degree at the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE). Professional positions led to the staff of Federal President Dr. Heinz Fischer (Department of Science and Research), the management of a tourism company as well as the rectorate of the University of Applied Arts in Vienna.   From 2010-2016 he worked as the assistant to the Rector of TU Graz, Univ. Prof. Dr. Hans Sünkel, President of the Austrian University Conference, Satellite Geodesist and Head of various ESA Missions and a full member of the IAF.  Since June 2016, Martin Mössler has been Managing Director of Science Park Graz, which also manages the European Space Agency’s Business Incubation Centre for Austria and Southeast Europe. Due to his leadership competence, his international biography and broad networking skills, he leads the Austrian organization successfully and even managed to cover the entire value chain of incubation by bringing the ESA BIC to Austria and beyond. He still works with Hans Sünkel, who is on the Board of ESA BIC Austria, as well as with former long-term ESA Director General, Jean- Jacques Dordain, who is member of the Board ‎of ESA BIC Austria as well.   “By merging business with science and academic expertise as well as with industrial know-how, we have created a powerful support structure for what we believe to be the cradle of innovation: Our startup ecosystem. The trust, visions and drive of our founders give us all the momentum it takes to facilitate the transformation from dream to reality. And that’s what our mission is all about – transforming visionary ideas into successful businesses.” – Martin Mössler, Managing Director SPG and ESA IAP Austria Ambassador

Desk: In and Out: connections of space technology

André Pierre Mattei

Director - Senai Innovation Institute

Director of Senai Innovation Institute in Embedded Systems and Colonel Aviator of the reserve with more than a thousand hours of flight. Member of the Defense Industries Committee, COMDEFESA, of FIESC. Electronic systems and artificial intelligence projects at edge applied to satellites, UAVs, Industry 4.0, offshore platforms, precision agriculture and electric mobility. Previously, he was a professor at ITA, a visiting professor at MIT (USA) and the French university ISAE-Supaéro, coordinator of the aerospace engineering degree course at ITA, technical manager of Air Force projects, responsible for the creation of the research and course laboratory specialization in electronic warfare at ITA, scientific researcher on fiber optic sensors at IEAv / DCTA and military pilot. Post doctorate in progress at ICMC / USP, PhD in Computer Science from USP, Masters in Physics from ITA, Electronic Engineering from ITA, MBA in Strategic Management from ESPM, MBA Processes by UFF, the General Staff Course at the University of Brazilian Air Force and Aeronautical Sciences by the Air Force Academy.

Masa Nagasaki

Co-Founder & CEO - Space BD Inc.

Masa co-founded Space BD Inc. in Sept 2017. As a seasoned expert in business development in diverse industries which include mining, steel and education, he embarked on his new challenge in the space industry. Since his establishment of Space BD, the company was selected by JAXA as the official operator of nanosatellite deployment service from the ISS Kibo Japanese experimental module in less than a year. Space BD is now a leading Japanese company in satellite launch services as well as ISS utilization service, and also the company is entering into the space education service from 2018. Prior to this, he founded Nagasaki & Co. in 2014 where he mainly engaged in business development in the field of education. Notable projects include the Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry’s Entrepreneur Education Promotion Project. As the start of his career, he served at Mitsui & Co., Ltd., one of the biggest conglomerate in Japan, and spent 11 years working in steel products and mining (iron ore) industries, covered trading and business development positions including joint venture development in Brazil and Australia. He graduated from Waseda University with a bachelor’s degree in education.

Petrônio Spyer Prates

Director of Operations - Concert Technologies

Hebe Romero

Legal and International Affairs Director - Paraguay Space Agency

Hebe Romero graduated from Universidad Nacional de Asuncion, the leading university in Paraguay, where she got her law degree in 1997 and public notary in 2000. After successful completion, she had continued her education in Didactics in Higher Education and, PhD in Legal Sciences from Universidad Católica de Asunción (Thesis in Process). She got her LLC license: Public Administration (2012). In addition, she had completed the Aerospace Strategy and Policy program (Air Force of Paraguay - 2013). From 2002, she is working as tenured assistant professor at the Universidad Nacional de Asunción, teaching Aeronautical and Space Law, and Public International Law. In 2006 and 2011, she worked as professor, lecturing on the legal of energy at the Universidad Nacional de Itapúa. Hebe Romero professional experience as an attorney and law practice started from 1997. In the public sector, from 1998, she was hired to work as an attorney of Administración Nacional de Electricidad (ANDE), the government utility company in Paraguay. From 2010, she is appointed to be the Director of Legal Affairs of ANDE. She was responsible of providing ANDE legal advice, as well as, instructing in several training courses and, on current developing legal frameworks. From 2015, she is a member of the Ibero-American Institute of Aeronautical Law and Space and Commercial Aviation. From 2016, she is a member and general secretary of Aerospace Research Center of Paraguay. Hebe Romero is a International Deputy Director and National Point Contact of ReLaCa Space (Space Latin American and Caribbean Network). She coauthored the book on space law (2017), the first of its kind in Paraguay. Currently, Hebe Romero is working as the Legal and International Affairs Director of the Paraguayan Space Agency (AEP). From 2018, she is part of the current list of Specialized Panel of Arbitrators established pursuant to the optional rules arbitration of disputes relating to outer space activities. She participated as a Faculty Advisor in the Latin American Test Round of the Manfred Lachs Space Law Moot Court Competition in Bogotá, Colombia (may 2019). She participated in the 2019 Summer Course on Space Law and Policy on Natural Disasters in Messina, Italy, organized by ESCL (ESA).

Leonardo Brocca

Business Developer - INVAP Space Division

Leonardo Brocca is currently working within the Space Development Business group of INVAP SE. Prior to his work in this division, he was leading the digital systems design area of the company, helping to develop embedded systems. Since joining INVAP SE in 2003, he has participated in several projects in the different business areas of the company, such as: development different systems and subsystems of space satellite missions for earth observation; development of air traffic control, surveillance and weather radars. He also has participated in the development of monitoring systems in nuclear research reactors. Leonardo Brocca has an Electronic Engineer degree from the National University of the South in Argentina.

Igor Calvet (Moderator)

President - Brazilian Agency for Industrial Development (ABDI)

Igor Nogueira Calvet currently holds the position of president of the Brazilian Agency for Industrial Development (ABDI). Before that, it was Special Assistant Secretary Productivity, Employment and Competitiveness of the Ministry of Economy. He is a federal civil servant in the career of Specialist in Public Policy and Government Management. Master and PhD candidate in Political Science from the University of Brasilia (UNB), earned a BA in International Relations at the same institution. Is fluent in English and Spanish. Between 2015 and 2018, he held several positions in the Industrial Development and Competitiveness Secretariat of the former Ministry of Industry, Trade and Services (MDIC): was General Coordinator of the Automotive Industries Complex; Director of Industrial Competitiveness in the Department of Industrial Competitiveness and Secretary of Development and Industrial Competitiveness. At the Ministry of Health, he held the position of Head of the Office of Regulatory and International Affairs and Advisor to the Secretary of Science, Technology and Strategic Inputs. He worked as a Business Analyst and Project Analyst at the Brazilian Export and Investment Promotion Agency (Apex-Brasil) and accumulated professional experience at the Friedrich Ebert Foundation (FES-Brazil) and the United Nations Development Program (UNDP).

Desk: Space Applications

Bruno Avena

Co-Founder - ALTAVE

He is co-founder and responsible for strategic execution at ALTAVE, a provider of intelligent monitoring solutions for large areas. He holds a degree in Aeronautical Engineering from ITA, a master's degree in Mechanical Engineering from the Higher Institute of Aeronautics and French Space - ISAE / SUPAERO and a PhD in Aeronautical and Mechanical Engineering from ITA with a focus on captive balloon flight mechanics. Prior to his venture he undertook his masters dissertation at NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory, Caltech, in designing lighter-than-air vehicle for planetary exploration.

Luciano Giesso

Sales Director - Satellogic

Luciano Giesso serves as Sales Director at Satellogic. He is a multinational executive with more than 20 years’ experience in technology & services. Prior to joining Satellogic, he launched Brazil, Central America and US operations for an Argentina-founded IT services company, Apex America, transitioning the company’s business model from a local venture to a regional player. Based in the US, he was responsible for all commercial efforts as well as managing operations for Fortune-500 clients across the Americas, leading multi-country teams of 100+ employees. He has previously worked with IBM for over 14 years, occupying several management and sales positions in Latin America. Fluent in English, Spanish, French, Portuguese and German, Mr. Giesso holds an Engineer’s Degree from UCA and an MBA from San Andrés University, both in Buenos Aires, Argentina. He has also completed executive programs in Harvard Business School and MIT Sloan School of Management. Mr. Giesso is 47, is married to Ximena and has three children. He enjoys music, tennis, ski and running.

Leonardo Barros

CEO - HEX Geospatial Technologies

Leonardo Barros is the CEO of HEX Geospatial Technologies, a company focused on remote sensing running from orbital images, having accumulated the monitoring experience over 190 million km² on land and over 80 million km² at sea. His training began at the Naval Academy and studied economics at the Catholic University of Petrópolis, he was executive of large companies of Information Technology as SAP and Oracle and after accumulating experience in these big companies devoted to entrepreneurship has been member of several startups, always related to the technology and innovation sector.

Ana Cristina Galhego Rosa

CEO - DIPTERON

Lawyer and entrepreneur in the space sector, she has over 10 years of experience in the space sector. She is currently founder and CEO of her German-based company DIPTERON UG. The company develops a platform to detect risk areas for the Aedes mosquito, which causes Dengue, Zika and Chikunguya diseases. The platform is based on artificial intelligence that combines data from remote sensing satellites and other field data. The project has already won awards in Europe and is currently incubated at the European Space Agency (ESA). In Brazil, in partnership with the company VISIONA TECHNOLOGIA S.A SPACIAL has been developing a pilot project for the city of São Jose dos Campos. She has vast knowledge in space, having worked at the United Nations Space Affairs Office (UNOOSA) and the European Space Policy Institute (ESPI), both in Vienna, Austria. Since 2008, he has served as a consultant member of the Brazilian delegation at the Committee meetings of the Peaceful Uses of the United Nations Space (UNCOPUOS, in English). She holds a postgraduate degree in international law and international trade, a master's degree in air and space law, andalso completed the prestigious Space Studies Program at the International Space University (ISU). Is a member of the International Institute for Space Law (IISL) of the Women's Aerospace Association of Europe (WIA-Europe) and the Brazilian Association of Air and Space Law (SBDA). She has published articles in the space sector and throughout her career won 12 awards.

Cleber Oliveira

Director - Visiona Space Technology

Cleber Oliveira is Director of Contracts and Business Development at Visiona Tecnologia Espacial. He has master degree and doctorate in Remote Sensing from INPE and along his 21 years of career worked in private companies developing products and solutions derived from Remote Sensing data for different markets

Marcelo Nunes

Coordinator - Brazilian Aerospace Cluster

Forest Engineer, Graduate in Strategic Project Management by FAAP and Environmental Management and Sustainable Development by Fatec International, worked for 05 years at Sebrae-SP as an accredited consultant in the area of Local and Territorial Development; Corporate Responsibility and as facilitator of the seminar developed by UN-Empretec, acts as Coordinator at São José dos Campos Technology Park for 10 years in the area of development of Local Productive Arrangements, responsible for the creation and current coordination of the Aerospace and Defense Cluster and Cluster of Information and Communication Technology.

Katia Galvane (Moderator)

Health Director - Everis

Senior executive with 15 years of extensive professional experience in health care administration, public health systems and hospital management. Has international experience in the digital services and solutions, telecommunication service, mobile applications, innovation and technology segments for healthcare and smart cities. With a background in the health field (oral and maxillofacial surgeon), from the beginning, she dedicated her specializations and postgraduate studies in technology applied to health, a theme that provided management and board positions in national and multinational companies such as Cigna International, Amil Saúde International, Bradesco Group, Lincx Health, NP Antares, Bionexo do Brasil and Telefonica Group. She has experience as an entrepreneur in technology start-up, platforms and solutions for Smart Cities and has given her company, in its first year of operation, a national and an international award of relevance. She is currently director of vertical health everis in Brazil, an NTT group company that today brings together brands such as Docomo, Dell Services, Dimension Data and Arkadin, making up the largest Tec / Telecom conglomerate in the world, (496 companies) NTT being the third largest Telecom in the world. It is responsible for defining the value proposition, strategy and team that adheres to the group's global strategy and expansion. In addition, she is an invited professor for the Getúlio Vargas Foundation Innovation in Health and Smart Cities courses, Vice-President of the Smart Cities Institute (current), Member of the curating committee of the State of São Paulo Telemedinicine Committee (current) and Member of the committee. of São Paulo City Hall - SP Innovation and Technology (current).

Keynote Speaker

Thomas Engler

Planning and Development Director - Kennedy Space Center (NASA)

Thomas O. (Tom) Engler is the Director of the Center Planning and Development Directorate at the NASA Kennedy Space Center (KSC). He provides strategic leadership and management integration of Center planning activities and partnership development initiatives to further develop KSC as a multi-user spaceport supporting both government and commercial launch providers and their customers. He leads the identification and development of strategic and business partnerships that advance NASA and KSC goals, and provides the KSC ‘front door’ interface to industry and other governmental organizations. He also ensures the effective use and development of the Center’s land, facilities and technical capabilities in support of NASA missions through Center land use planning, development of spaceport infrastructure and business strategies, and the preparation and coordination of the Center Master Plan with NASA organizations and external stakeholders. He is responsible for the development, negotiation and coordination of proposed real estate agreements with public and private entities for use of KSC land and facilities. Prior to this assignment, Tom was manager of the organization’s Partnership Development Office. His efforts were focused around identifying new opportunities to bring commercial launch, spacecraft manufacturing, technology and related business to Florida, as well as leading efforts to increase University partnerships with KSC. Prior to this assignment, Tom was the Team Lead of the Space Shuttle Program (SSP) Reusable Solid Rocket Booster (RSRB) Assembly and Refurbishment Facility (ARF). His responsibilities included managing all of the operations that occurred at the SRB facilities at the KSC, which included 4 complexes of facilities located across the KSC. These operations encompassed over 800 employees that manufactured flight critical components for the RSRM. In addition, he was responsible for managing the facilities infrastructure for the SRB facilities, which included managing day-to-day maintenance of the facilities to preparing Agency Construction of Facilities requests. Tom holds a B.S in Electrical and Computer Engineering from the University of Alabama in Huntsville, and a M.S. in Computer Science from the Florida Institute of Technology.

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Location

São José dos Campos, Technology Park

Travel Information

Visas – Brazil welcomes foreign tourists and adopts a reciprocity policy concerning Visa requirements. As a result, from Portugal to Russia, citizens from almost all European countries, and from Mexico to Chile, citizens from almost all American countries may enter Brazil without a tourist visa. Notable exceptions are: USA, Canada, Nicaragua and Belarus. Also, most Caribbean citizens and many Asian ones do not need a Visa. Since January 2018, citizens from Australia, Canada, Japan and USA can obtain an E-visa in up to 5 days (more information at evisa. visitbrasil.com). For further information, contact the nearest Brazilian Consulate.

Currency – The Brazilian Real (R$) is the only currency accepted for payments in Brazil. US Dollars, Euros and traveller checks can be easily exchanged at hotels, authorized banks and currency exchange shops. Many ATMs accept international cards for cash withdrawal.

Credit Cards – All major international credit card brands are accepted at most hotels, shops and restaurants. Swipe and sign-less payments with credit cards are not common in Brazil. One must know the card’s 6-digit or 4-digit pin code to make payments with a credit card.

Passport & Stay – Passports must be valid for at least six months on the date of arrival in Brazil. Most tourists may stay in Brazil for up to 90 days in a row and up to 180 days per year. Those attending international meetings and congresses may visit Brazil as tourists. All those who will receive local payment for work or service done in Brazil or receive company training need to apply to other Visa types. Please step by the nearest Brazilian Consulate to enquire about other Visa types. Citizens from many countries in Latin America can enter bearing only their identity cards.

Language – Portuguese is the national language. The accent is different from Portugal and other former Portuguese colonies. At hotels and information booths, English and Spanish are spoken to better assist foreign tourists. Thanks to the great similarity between the Portuguese and Spanish Languages, a well-trained ear enables communication with locals.

Accommodation – With more than 30,000 certified hotel options to choose from, Brazil offers a huge variety of accommodation, from cosy youth hostels to luxurious five star hotels, meeting the diferent needs of international visitors. Most hotel rooms may be conveniently booked online.

Time Zones – Brazil covers four different time zones. Brasília’s time zone is the official time, defined at GMT – 3 hours. In summer, most Brazilian states advance their clocks by one hour. During this season, time difference between Brazil and most Western European countries is reduced significantly, placing Brazil, the Americas and Western Europe closer in time, thus minimizing jet lag.

Voltage – Electric current voltage in Brazil is either 110V or 220V depending on the city. It is advisable to confirm the local voltage before plugging in any appliances. Frequency is 60Hz.

Car rentals – Rental cars are available at main airports and city centres. Brazilian and international brands operate locally.

Taxis – There are taxi fleets in most Brazilian cities. Regular taxis can be hailed on the streets and radio-taxis can be called by phone. In cities with over 50 thousand inhabitants, taxis have meters and it is not common to negotiate tariffs with drivers.

Transportation – For domestic air travel, the main airlines cover most destinations. For smaller towns, regional airlines offer high levels of comfort and safety. Buses are also a popular kind of transportation for interstate trips.

Tipping – Most restaurants and bars include a 10% service charge in the bill. Extra tipping is welcome. When service charge is not included in the bill, a 10% tip is expected unless the service was not satisfactory. Taxi drivers do not expect to be tipped.

Communications – 2G (GSM), 3G (WCDMA) and high speed 4G (LTE) mobile networks are available nationwide for International roaming. One should check with his/her home carrier for frequency bands and roaming charges. Prepaid SIM cards for voice and data communications are sold to international visitors by the largest carriers in Brazil. Almost all hotels and convention centres offer WI-FI services and most of them are free of charge for individual use.

Where to stay in São José dos Campos

São José dos Campos is the second most populous municipality in the interior of Brazil and belongs to the Paraíba Paulista Valley mesoregion. With several tourist attractions, it is also a city of economic importance with a high business potential. It is also the most important aeronautical and aerospace hub in Latin America.

4 star Hotels

Novotel
https://novotel.accorhotels.com/pt-br/city/hoteis-sao-jose-dos-campos-v7064.shtml
Golden Tulip
https://sao-jose-dos-campos.goldentulip.com
Nacional Inn
https://www.nacionalinn.com.br/
Mercure
https://www.accorhotels.com/pt-br/hotel-5168-mercure-sao-jose-dos-campos-hotel/index.shtml?adults=&children=&nights=&dateIn=
Promenade Enterprise
http://www.promenade.com.br/

3 start Hotels

B&B EM SJC.
https://hotelbb.com.br/
Polo Hotel
http://polohotelclube.com.br/
Faro Hotel
https://www.farohoteis.com.br/sao-jose-dos-campos
Carlton Plaza Hotel
http://www.carltonhoteis.com.br/redecarlton/

Downloads

November 19

Desk: The Space Economy and its Socioeconomic benefits

Marc Serres – Agência Espacial de Luxemburgo/ Luxembourg Space Agency – Download

David Logsdon – CompTIA Space Enterprise Council – Download

Céline Bouhey-Klapisz – Centre National d’Études Spatiales (CNES) – Download

Simon Seminari – Euroconsult – Download

Desk: Outlook for the Brazilian Space Program: institutional and regulatory environment

Carlos Augusto Teixeira de Moura – Agência Espacial Brasileira/ Brazilian Space Agency – Download

Paulo Eduardo Vasconcellos – Agência Espacial Brasileira/ Brazilian Space Agency – Download

Maj Brig do Ar Alcides Teixeira Barbacovi – Ministério da Defesa/ Defense Ministry – Download

Desk: Outlook for the Brazilian Space Industry

Avandelino Santana Junior – Avibras Indústria Aeroespacial/ Aerospace Industry Avibras – Download

Leandro Cordeiro – Grupo Thales Alenia (Omnisys/ Thales Alenia Space)/ Thales Alenia Group (Omnisys/ Thales Alenia Space) – Download

Jefferson Luiz de Moura Lopes da Silva – RJC Defesa e Aeroespacial/ RJC Defense and Aerospace – Download

Jaqueline Vaz – Orbital Engenharia/ Orbital Engineering – Download

Jadir Gonçalves – Fibraforte – Download

João Alexandro Braga Maciel Vilela – AEL Sistemas/ AEL Systems – Download

Keynote Speaker

Masami Onoda – JAXA – Download

November 20

Desk: Commercial models for space sector

Stephanie Ruth Bednarek Download

Luciana Serrão Sampaio Longo – OneWeB – Download

Lindsay Wolff – GEOshare – Download

Darin Lindon – KBR – Download

Dean Blom – TriSept – Download

Sidney Nakao Nakahodo – New York Space Alliance – Download

Desk: In and Out: connections of space technology

André Pierre Mattei – Instituto de Inovação do Senai/  Senai Innovation Institute – Download

Masa Nagasaki – Space BD Inc. – Download

Petrônio Spyer Prates – Concert Tecnologias/ Concert Technologies – Download

Hebe Romero – Agência Espacial do Paraguai/ Paraguay Space Agency – Download

Leonardo Brocca – INVAP Space Division – Download

Desk: Space Applications

Bruno Avena – ALTAVE – Download

Luciano Giesso – Satellogic – Download

Leonardo Barros – HEX Tecnologias Geoespaciais/ HEX Geospatial Technologies – Download

Ana Cristina Galhego Rosa – DIPTERON – Download

Cleber Oliveira – Visiona Tecnologia Espacial/ Visiona Space Technology – Download

Marcelo Nunes – Cluster Aeroespacial Brasileiro/ Brazilian Aerospace Cluster – Download

Keynote Speaker

Thomas Engler – Kennedy Space Center (NASA) – Download

Contact

For more information, e-mail us at: forum.industria@aeb.gov.br