Tue, Sep 01 · 8:30

With nations around the world developing their small satellites capability at pace, governments and trans-national agencies must manage this changing domain. Small Satellites 2020 will consider best practise, regulatory principals, production and operational lessons learnt to effectively utilise this revolutionised resource. With nations around the world developing their small satellites capability at pace, governments and trans-national agencies must manage this changing domain. Small Satellites 2020 will consider best practise, regulatory principals, production and operational lessons learnt to effectively utilise this revolutionised resource. 
Gathering representatives from across the alliance to meet, network and explore the small satellite revolution and its impact on future space. 
Event Highlights:
• Explore the LEO/GEO small, cube and nano-satellite market and its impact on future space.
• Delve into key topics surrounding the new space market including: the legal and policy framework for operating in space, creating a regulatory structure to support the small satellite industry and how data networking across small satellite constellations is enabling new connectivity on the ground.
• Learn about key programmes being developed by emerging space companies and national Governments.
• Exhibition opportunities for industry to showcase their capabilities. 
• Part of 'Space Week', this annual conference will be held in conjunction with a Military Space Situational Awareness Conference to provide a holistic view of the new space environment.

View the agenda or register online at: http://www.small-satellites.com/EVVNT 

URLs:
Brochure: https://go.evvnt.com/552768-2?pid=5731 
Sponsor: https://go.evvnt.com/552768-3?pid=5731 

Prices:
General Admission: GBP 1499.00,
Government and Acting Military Personnel Rate: GBP 899.00,
Disruptive Approaches to Space : How to Work with JHub Workshop (29th April): GBP 599.00