agenda day one

09:00-09:10

Ole Dokka


Executive Director, Spaceport NorwayChief Strategy Officer, Conventor

Welcome to Spaceport Norway 2019!

09:10-09:30

Christian Hauglie-Hanssen


Director General, Norwegian Space Agency

Space strategies for a changing world

09:30-09:50

Simonetta di Pippo


Director, United Nations Office For Outer Space Affairs

A strong space infrastructure - the key to a more sustainable world

09:50-10:10

Juan Garces de Marcilla


Director, Copernicus Services, European Centre for Medium-Range Weather Forecasts.

The future of climate services - CO2 emissions monitoring for a green economy

10:10-10:30

Maurice Borgeaud


Head OF EO Department, European Space Agency

Climate change - how Earth observation brings undisputable facts.

PANEL

10:30-11:00

Christian Hauglie-Hanssen, NOSA
Simonetta di Pippo, UNOOSA
Maurice Bourgeaud, ESA
Odd Roger Enoksen, ASC
Juan Garces de Marcilla, ECMWF

How can increased investments in space programs and space infrastructure create value for other industries? Will a strong space sector enable more climate resilience in industry and society?

MODERATED BY DAG ANDERS MOLDESTAD, NORWEGIAN SPACE AGENCY

11:00-11:15 COFFEE BREAK & EXPO
PARALLEL ONE, 11:15-12:00

Managing the Earth´s resources, empowered by space tech, data and science

11:15-11:30

Øyvind M. Jakobsen


Senior Researcher, CIRiS

Gisela Detrell


Dr.ing , University of Stuttgart

From life support systems for Space to improved resource utilization on Earth

11:30-11:45

Brage W. Johansen


CEO, Desert Control

Making the Earth green again

11:45-12:00

Anders Gundersen


CEO, Sensonomic

Finite resources, infinite problems: Dynamic resource allocation in global agriculture.

12:00-12:15

INTERACTIVE: Questions from the audience

The big power of small satellites

12:15-12:30 COFFEE & EXPO
PLENARY, 12:15-13:15

Industry trends: From new launch base to autonomous ships

PARALLEL TWO, 11:00-12:00

12:30-12:45

Odd Roger Enoksen


CEO, Andøya Space Center

Andøya Spaceport: Developing a premium launch facility for Europe

12:45-13:00

Ane Aanesland


CEO & Founder, ThrustMe

Next generation satellite propulsion technology

13:00-13:15

Gard Ueland


President, Kongsberg Seatex

The sustainability case for autonomy at sea

13:15-13:30

Karstein Ringjord


International Sales Manager, KSAT

Detecting and understanding change - the future potential of earth observation

PANEL

13:30-14:00

Odd Roger Enoksen, ASC
Ane Aanesland, ThrustMe
Gard Ueland, Kongsberg Seatex
Karstein Ringjord, KSAT

Can a commercial spaceport in Norway shape the satellite industry landscape in Europe?

MODERATED BY BJØRN OTTAR ELSETH, NORWEGIAN SPACE AGENCY

14:00-15:00 LUNCH & EXPO
PARALELL, 15:00-16:15

Disruption tech: Robotics and AI - are we (finally) getting somewhere?

15:00-15:15

Aksel A. Transeth


Senior Scientist, SINTEF Digital

Trends in robotics and autonomous systems – what will we see next? 

15:15-15:30

Arne Kjørsvik


CEO, Eelume

Snake robots in ocean space

15:30-15:45

Harald Martens


Founder & research leader, Idletechs AS
Prof. emerit., NTNU Trondheim

Machine learning: Better approximately right than precisely wrong

15:45-16:00

We are the robots (Demo)

PARALELL, 15:00-16:15

Start-up Zone:Space as platform for innovation & entrepreneurship

15:00-15:10

Dr. Stefan Gustafsson


Technology Transfer Officer, European Space Agency

ESA BIC: The space you need to get your business off the ground

15:10-15:20

Kristine Løvflaten Koslung


Project Manager, ESA BIC Norway

ESA BIC Norway update - one year after launch

15:20-16:15 Booster Stage Presentations: Norwegian Space Start-ups

BOOSTER STAGE

Adrian Tofting


CEO & Founder, VAKE.AI

BOOSTER STAGE

Eivind Liland


CEO & Founder, Orbital Machines

BOOSTER STAGE

Øystein Borgersen


CEO & Founder, Solsys Mining

BOOSTER STAGE

Mats Heigre


CEO & Founder,Dynaspace

MODERATED BY KRISTINE LØVFLATEN KOSLUNG, ESA BIC NORWAY

16:15-17:00 PERSONAL TIME & EXPO
17:00-19:00 NTNU SPACE LAUNCH PARTY (it will be loud!)
19:00-22:00 SPACEPORT NORWAY AWARD DINNER

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