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It’s a Space Revolution at Satellite 2020

By: AGI Marketing

As this new decade begins, all eyes are on the enormous opportunities in space. But we must also reckon with the challenges of today's burgeoning satellite market. SATELLITE 2020 will host international discussion on nurturing this exciting growth while keeping our space environment sustainable. AGI is excited to take part in this conference once again.

Visit AGI at booth 225 to discuss how our software can be a part of the safety and success of your satellite program. Watch a few of our latest webinars, which dive deep into important industry topics such as large constellation analysis and predictive trajectory analysis.

Large Constellation Analysis

There are 50,000 satellites planned for launch in the next 10 years. What does this mean for you? What new scenarios will these constellations produce?

Predictive Trajectory Analysis

In today's crowded space environment, satellite operators need an accurate, real-time, mission modeling platform to plan safe and efficient maneuvers that occur over the life span of their mission.

Orbit Determination Using GNSS

Satellite operators have several options when doing orbit determination using measurements from an onboard global navigation satellite system (GNSS) receiver. In this webinar, we’ll review three of them and consider the pros and cons of each one.

Space Policy Roundtable: Sharing Space Situational Awareness (SSA)

Take a break from the expo floor and listen to experts from across the industry, including AGI’s Dan Oltrogge, director of the Center for Space Standards and Innovation and administrator of the Space Safety Coalition. Read Dan's recent op-ed in Aviation Week Network, Opinion: It’s Time For Comprehensive Space Traffic Management.

This panel will address interagency efforts to mitigate space debris and encourage SSA data sharing as well as commercial best practices in space sustainability. This session will focus on "Space Policy Directive 3," which tasks an interagency group to work to mitigate the effect of orbital debris on space activities and by encouraging SSA data sharing.

Posted: 2/27/2020 2:21:01 PM