NANOSATUtilizing the potential of NANOSATellites for the implementation of European Space Policy and space innovation ...
Nanosatellites are on the riseIn the last 5 years, at least 40 nanosatellites have been launched, anestimated 100-150 are ...
Nanosatellites driven by widespread acceptance of the CubeSat standard From first ideas to NANOSAT pro...
Point of departure for NANOSATMain barriers as subjects for studies and events:• Lack of awareness hinders adoption of nan...
Point of departure for NANOSAT (cont`d)Expected impact:• Cost-effective S&T platform - lowering entry barriers for new ent...
Role of Partners Cubesat Access to ...
Project`s Execution D: Study “Opportunities for nanosatellites D: Report “Bes...
Work Packages and tasks Task 1.1. Mapping Task 1.2. Workshop: ...
• Timing of activities/ Critical milestones ...
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Nanosat general presentation kristo

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  • 1. NANOSATUtilizing the potential of NANOSATellites for the implementation of European Space Policy and space innovation FP7-SPACE-2012-1 Kristo Reinsalu kristo.reinsalu@invent.ee 22.01.2013
  • 2. Nanosatellites are on the riseIn the last 5 years, at least 40 nanosatellites have been launched, anestimated 100-150 are under development & at least 50 are inpreparation for launch in the next couple of years time: • Universities drive student engagement and education • Research Institutes are leveraging the increasing capabilities of CubeSats for serious science missions • Developing Nations use nanosatellites to establish toehold in space sector • Military is looking to nanosatellites to provide “responsive space” and they are a crucial driver of innovation (and funds)! • European Space Agency: small satellite as an element of Education Programs and of Telecommunications & Integrated Applications • The space technology and broadcast market: small satellites are taking over capacities and functions of larger ones, including Earth Observation
  • 3. Nanosatellites driven by widespread acceptance of the CubeSat standard From first ideas to NANOSAT project: • To bring together the partners in Cubesat Community and develop further Cubesat platform while sharing the knowledge base with others • To stimulate an evolvement of Cubesat networks around Baltic Sea • To support a wider diversity of missions by highly capable small satellites to make possible enhanced imaging from space SpaceWorks Predicts 100 - 141 Nanosatellite Yearly Published Articles with the Word Launches per year by 2020 "CubeSat" Annual Nanosatellite Launches 100 Known Future Launches Acta Astronautica ieee Sum Known Past Launches 80 Fit A (known launches) Fit B (known unknown launches) 60 40 20 Source: 0 SpaceWorks, 2011 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012ESource: The Business Ecosystem of Nanosatellites. Peter Platzer, International Space University Presentation for Finmechanica Industry Workshop, May 15rd, 2012
  • 4. Point of departure for NANOSATMain barriers as subjects for studies and events:• Lack of awareness hinders adoption of nanosatellites capabilities• Lack of coordination concerning nanosatellite networks and developments in Europe• Incomplete understanding of the potential markets for nanosatellites• Fragmented overview of best practices in nanosatellite developmentObjectives:• Consolidate main actors in European nanosatellites landscape by creating functional network, showcasing best practices and potential markets• Demonstrate nanosatellites potential in Europe by proposing innovative services which will complement and create synergy with GMES services• Draw “proof of concept” nanosatellite missions to realize the ability of nanosatellites to perform new space missions, i.e. for Earth Observation
  • 5. Point of departure for NANOSAT (cont`d)Expected impact:• Cost-effective S&T platform - lowering entry barriers for new entrants• Added value to GMES – nanosatellites as contributing mission to GMES• Autonomous Access to Space - new business models for space missionsExpected results for target groups• ESA, EC - how nanosatellites could build links between space and innovation• GMES user community - discover potential of new innovative services• Nanosatellite community - how to overcome barriers which have hindered more widespread utilization of nanosatellites and its applications• National stakeholders - nanosatellites potential to design new space missions
  • 6. Role of Partners Cubesat Access to SpaceType of the Partner / Space Space activities GMES Industryorganisation Competences policy research in user expertise Europe community INVENTIndustry X X BALTICSResearch TARTU X XInstitute OBSERVATORYIndustry OHB SYSTEM AG X X AALBORGUniversity X X UNIVERSITET NANOSPACE (Mother company:Industry X SWEDISH SPACE CORPORATION)
  • 7. Project`s Execution D: Study “Opportunities for nanosatellites D: Report “Best practices utilization... of nanosatellite development... Task 1.1. Mapping current state and future perspectives Task 1.2. Workshop: of nanosatellites (via web “Exchange of nanosatellites survey and meetings) best practices” Task 2.1. Analyzing Task 2.2. Roundtable with application areas by using EC, ESA: “Nanosatellites nanosatellites in the applications & link with GMES”Task 2.3. Workshop: context of GMES “Nanosatellites D: Strategy “Realizing contribution to nanosatellite potential and European Space contributing to GMES” Programme” Task 3.1. – Drawing a roadmap of nanosatellite missions inTask 3.3. – Workshop: Europe for 2015-2020 Task 3.2. – Roundtable with “Networking of EC, ESA: “Nano-satellite D: Report “Nanosatellite satellites: a role of missions in support of missions roadmap & nanosatellites” European Space Policy” European Space Policy”
  • 8. Work Packages and tasks Task 1.1. Mapping Task 1.2. Workshop: current state and “Exchange of future perspectives nanosatellites best of nanosatellites practices” WP4 – Dissemination & Exploitation WP5 – Project ManagementTask 2.2. Roundtable Task 2.1. Analyzing Task 2.3. Workshop: with EC, ESA: application areas by “Nanosatellites “Nanosatellites using nanosatellites contribution to applications & link in the context of European Space with GMES” GMES Programme”Task 3.2. – Roundtable Task 3.1. – Drawing a Task 3.3. –with EC, ESA: “Nano- roadmap of Workshop: satellite missions nanosatellite “Networking of roadmap & European missions in Europe satellites: a role of Space Policy” for 2012-2020 nanosatellites”
  • 9. • Timing of activities/ Critical milestones YEAR 1 YEAR 2 Work packages 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24Supporting activitiesWP1 – Nanosatellites Networks and Missions inEuropeT1.1 M apping current state and perspectives ofnanosatellite development D1.1T1.2 Workshop: “Exchange of best practices” D1.2WP2 - Nanosatellites Role and Contribution to GMEST2.1 Analyzing application areas by using nanosatellites inthe context of GM ES D2.1T2.2 Roundtable with EC, ESA: “Nanosatellitesapplications and links with GM ES” D2.1T2.3 Workshop: “Nanosatellites contribution to EuropeanSpace Programme” D2.1WP3 - Nanosatellites Development S trategy andFuture MissionsT3.1 Roadmapping of nanosatellite missions in support ofEuropean Space Policy D3.1T3.2 Roundtable with EC, ESA: “Nanosatellite missionsroadmap in support of European Space Policy 2015-2020” D3.1WP4 - DisseminationT4.1 Dissemination of project objectives and results D4.1 D4.1T4.2 Creation of project website D4.2T4.3 Creation of handbook “Nanosatellite missions andnetworks in Europe” D4.3WP5 - Project Management D5.1 D5.2
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