SATELLITE Conference & Exhibition is renowned as the premier destination for those seeking to stay at the forefront of the satellite industry. Over four immersive days, the event offers a program of executive-level discussions, financial insights, technical content, and visionary keynotes delivered by industry luminaries and trailblazers.
Session | AI-Enhanced Data Processing for Commercial Satellite Networks
Date | March 18
Time | 10:45 AM - 11:45 AM
Panellists | Dr Maya Dillon, Head of AI Capability at Cambridge Consultants | Matthew Gaskins, Product Manager at Amazon | Elie Rosen, Engineering Manager at BLT | Marco Brancati, Chief Technology & Innovation Officer at Telespazio S.p.A. | Stig P Mattias Bergstrom, CEO - EU / CTO at Internet of Everything Corp | Moderator: Trevor Bennett, PhD, Co-founder at Starfish Space
This session explores the technological breakthroughs happening in AI-powered space data processing that will enable a flood of new applications across the satellite communication and imagery/sensing industries – from dynamic mapping to space-situational awareness to connectivity beyond 5G. Panelists will explain how they are using autonomy and AI to optimize the building blocks of satellite networks to accelerate and secure data delivery through the pipeline. The discussion will also include practical implications and ethical and security considerations for AI deployment.
Session | How AI Empowers Global Satellite Connectivity
Date | March 18
Time | 3:15 PM - 4:15 PM
Panellists | Brad Bode, Chief Technology Officer at ATLAS Space Operations, Inc. | Carol Craig, Founder & CEO at Sidus Space & Craig Technologies | Brandon Davis, Vice President of North America at Paradigm | Shadrach Benny Retnamony, Founder & CEO at Neuron | Moderator: Stewart Marsh, Head of Aerospace at Cambridge Consultants
Could the fusion of AI and satellite technology help the industry deliver on promises for a connected future? When deployed responsibly, do the benefits of AI outweigh the risks? During this discussion, speakers will showcase how AI can play a central role in elevating satellite operations, data analysis, and decision-making processes, driving the advancement of space and ground systems technology and unlocking countless possibilities for future growth. The panel will also discuss how the industry is investing and collaborating in AI research, developing standards, integrating AI with ground systems technology and utilizing AI for workforce training.
Dr Maya Dillon
Head of AI Capability
Head of Aerospace