Life From Space: The Future of Technology and Space Ops


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Life From Space: The Future of Technology and Space Ops


Space isn’t the next frontier: it’s the current one. Governments around the world, alongside private actors, are relying on space and space-based communication--and that reliance will only grow. This viewcast, hosted by Defense One, explores the role that artificial intelligence will play in realizing the future for space capability. We explore the role of micro-satellites, AI, and next-generation IT in creating new capabilities in space. For instance: how is 3D printing driving down the costs of accessing space? Further, we investigate how the private sector, particularly non-traditional players and startups, will enable the future of space capability for the United States government, from the Space Command to federal agencies. From intelligence to operations, join us to learn how public and private entities are expanding to and relying on space today.

Presenter
Patrick Tucker
Technology Editor
Defense One
Presenter
Tim Coffin
Retired Army Brigadier General and Consultant
Leidos
Presenter
Daniela Fayer
Publisher
Defense One
Presenter
Todd Harrison
Director, Defense Budget Analysis and Senior Fellow Aerospace Security Project
Center for Strategic and International Studies
Presenter
Richard French
Director
Global Government Launch Services Rocket Labs