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    IAC-22 — 73rd International Astronautical Congress

    B5. IAF SYMPOSIUM ON INTEGRATED APPLICATIONS

    Space systems are more and more involved in the delivery of global services to end-users. Integrated Applications are built on the exploitation of space and terrestrial technologies for the benefit of the global population. This symposium will address various aspects of space-based downstream services with a special emphasis to the sustainable development of our planet in line with the objectives defined by the UN Sustainable Development Goals. Integrated applications combine data from existing space assets, such as Satellite Communications, Earth Observation, Satellite Navigation with airborne and ground-based systems, in addition to other technologies, such as big data, drone, analytics, IOT, 5G and others to deliver sustainable solutions and services responding to users’ needs. The goal of the symposium is to discuss the different types of systems, tools and technologies, such as the kind of space and non-space data to be collected, how are data collected and integrated, that can enable the development of end-to-end solutions.

    Coordinator

    Jeanne Holm
    City of Los AngelesUnited States

    Roberta Mugellesi-Dow
    European Space Agency (ESA)United Kingdom

    B5.1. Tools and Technology in Support of Integrated Applications

    The session will focus on specific systems, tools and technology in support of integrated applications by addressing the various issues associated with applications development, the kind of data to be collected, how are data collected and how the data are integrated and distributed to address key user needs. Integrated Applications are built on the exploitation of space and terrestrial technologies for the benefit of the global population. Emerging technologies, such as Machine Learning, Artificial Intelligence, Digital Twin, Internet of Things, and other advanced technologies are rapidly revolutionizing and reshaping infrastructure and global-local economies. Leveraging these new transformative developments and understanding their disruptive potential with respect to technology, shifting demographics and global connectivity is essential for space technologies. Possible topics include: ground-truthing of data collected from space platforms; innovative, low-cost solutions for data distribution and access that focus on the space segment; new ways of integrating space and non-space data; data fusion and visualization tools; enabling technologies in support of new developments, models in support of applications, managing integrated applications programmes and public outreach efforts to connect the public to these applications.

    Co-Chair

    Jeanne Holm
    City of Los AngelesUnited States

    Roberta Mugellesi-Dow
    European Space Agency (ESA)United Kingdom

    Rapporteur

    Beatrice Barresi
    European Space Agency (ESA)United Kingdom

    B5.2. Integrated Applications End-to-End Solutions

    The session will be a forum for end-to-end solutions, case studies, proof-of-concept applications and current projects that aim to provide innovative , and sustainable solutionsthat combine terrestrial and space-based data sources with models and other technologies to address specific user requirements. These examples can cover a variety of sectors, like disaster/crisis monitoring and management, energy, food security, smart cities, transport, health, maritime, education, tourism, etc. The user needs, the organizations of the user communities, the service value chain, the business case and the societal impact of the solutions are among the many aspects that can be considered. Examples of projects with established partnerships between space and non-space stakeholders are appreciated. The different ways of assessing the impact of specific integrated applications in addressing the users and stakeholders needs and requirements could also be discussed.

    Co-Chair

    Boris Penne
    OHB System AGGermany

    Roberta Mugellesi-Dow
    European Space Agency (ESA)United Kingdom

    Rapporteur

    Beatrice Barresi
    European Space Agency (ESA)United Kingdom

    B5.3. Satellite Commercial Applications

    The emergence of “New Space” and satellite-based IoT solutions has contributed to the rise of commercial satellite applications. There is an increasing demand for connectivity in several vertical markets such as agriculture, energy, transport and satellite IoT plays a key role to increase productivity. Meanwhile that the downstream market is evolving through innovative approaches to amplifying satellite services, M2M and 5G/6G technologies are changing the traditional satellite services with satellite IoT as the key application. This session solicits papers pertinent to several areas such as the Commercial Space and Space Culture; A Commercial Space Model for Public Users; Atmosphere, Ecosphere, Environment; New Application Video Optics & Video SAR ; New Application-Travellers(Outdoors, Automobiles, Sailboat, General Aviation); Global communications; Commercialising data about the Earth; Case Analysis of Satellite Commercial Applications.

    Co-Chair

    John M. Horack
    The Ohio State University College of EngineeringUnited States

    Dengyun Yu
    China Aerospace Science and Technology Corporation (CASC)China

    Rapporteur

    Samuel Malloy
    The Ohio State UniversityUnited States

    Kaitlyn Holm
    University of PennsylvaniaUnited States

    B5.IP. Interactive Presentations - IAF SYMPOSIUM ON INTEGRATED APPLICATIONS

    IAF SYMPOSIUM ON INTEGRATED APPLICATIONS . Interactive Presentations

    Coordinator

    Roberta Mugellesi-Dow
    European Space Agency (ESA)United Kingdom

    Jeanne Holm
    City of Los AngelesUnited States

    B5.IPB. Interactive Presentations - IAF SYMPOSIUM ON INTEGRATED APPLICATIONS

    Coordinator

    Roberta Mugellesi-Dow
    European Space Agency (ESA)United Kingdom

    Jeanne Holm
    City of Los AngelesUnited States