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Powering a global network of connected and autonomous vehicles has been the long-time ambition for the satellite industry, which has worked hard to overcome the technical challenges related to rolling out the necessary infrastructure to support these high-tech applications. However, satellite technology developers now believe we have reached a transformational point in reaching the goal of connecting vehicles. Could recent advancements in low Earth orbit (LEO) satellite communications and advanced flat panel terminal technology finally unlock the potential to transform the automobile into a fully connected environment Speakers on this session will answer this question and explain the wide-ranging economic impact of disruptive connected vehicle technology.
Colonel Jay Chapman, United States Army (Retired) serves as the Director of Government Programs at Iridium Communications Inc., the only satellite communications company that offers truly global voice and data coverage. In this role, he is responsible for business development and partner engagement for the U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) business sector, with an emphasis on increasing applications and the use of Iridium and Iridium Connected products and services by the U.S. federal government. Jay has a proven track record working across the breadth of the DoD formations to include expeditionary and enterprise IT workforces and myriad staff positions with the intelligence and communications communities and Army and Joint Staffs.
Don Claussen is chief executive officer of ST Engineering iDirect, a global leader in satellite communications (satcom).Prior to joining ST Engineering iDirect, Claussen was a Vice President at Intelsat General Corporation responsible for strategy, business development, product management and service delivery. During his tenure at Intelsat General Corporation, he aligned the Product Development and Service Delivery teams to launch a Multi-Orbit SATCOM capability providing end users seamless access to GEO and LEO SATCOM services from a single user interface.With over 15 years of technology leadership positions, Claussen served as a general manager of portfolio businesses at Viasat and L3Harris Technologies where he successfully led business growth, organizational change, and business integration. He also has held technical positions in various technology companies and has designed and deployed SATCOM systems for commercial and government customers. A veteran of the U.S. Army with eight years of active service, Claussen holds an MBA from Northeastern University and a Bachelor of Science Degree from Colorado Technical University in Business Administration & Management, and has attended Executive Leadership Courses at the University of Southern California and the University of Pennsylvania.
Matt Desch is the Chief Executive Officer of Iridium Communications Inc., the only satellite communications company that offers truly global voice and data coverage. He has more than 40 years of experience in telecommunications management, and more than 30 years in the global wireless industry. Joining Iridium in 2006, Desch has been responsible for leading the innovation and growth of Iridium, which includes taking the company public on Nasdaq (IRDM) in 2009, completing the financing and development of Iridium NEXT, the company's $3 billion investment in upgrading the Iridium network with powerful new satellites, and launching Iridium Certus, a multi-service broadband platform enabled by the upgraded constellation. With Mr. Desch at the helm, Iridium's active subscriber base has grown from 150,000 in 2006, to nearly 1.8 million today, and dramatically expanded its operational earnings and free cash flow, while moving into important new services like global space-based aircraft tracking with its joint-venture, Aireon. Mr. Desch serves as a member of the U.S. President's National Security Telecommunications Advisory Committee (NSTAC) and is a member on the Board of Trustees of the Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association (AOPA) and the Board of Directors of Unisys, global IT services firm. Mr. Desch holds a Bachelor of Science in Computer Science from The Ohio State University and a Master of Business Administration from The University of Chicago
Hanna Steplewska is currently Chief Operating Officer at Cognitive Space. In this role Hanna combines her direct experience as a satellite constellation customer and service provider with the Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence capabilities built into the CNTIENT product suite developed by Cognitive Space to help New Space spacecraft constellation owners and operators get to revenue faster, and fully monetize their business models. Drawing on her experience as A Search Inside Yourself Certified Teacher and a Certified Coach, Hanna also ensures that Cognitive Space exceeds its business goals by looking after its most precious resource - its people.Hanna has over two decades of international business experience across Asia, The Middle East, Europe and the USA in high resolution satellite imaging, space launch services and launch vehicle component manufacturing. Hanna has broad market experience, working with stealth startups, multinational conglomerates, public and private companies, and civilian and military government agencies across the globe.Hanna's prior appointments have included operations and senior business development roles at Space Imaging, GeoEye, DigitalGlobe, Sir Richard Branson's Virgin Galactic / Virgin Orbit, RUAG Space USA, the late Paul Allen's Stratolaunch and Mynaric, where she was Vice President of Business Development. Hanna's professional development includes studies at the International Space University and Stanford University Graduate School of Business.A retired motorcycle racer, professional ski instructor and SCUBA instructor, Hanna is also the Founder & CEO of EVA Strategies, a private coaching practice delivering scientifically, highly effective executive coaching for professionals at all stages of their careers. EVA is a nod to Hanna's aerospace background, a reference to Wall-E's object of desire and a reminder to *not* keep arms and legs in the vehicle at all times.
Mr. Rousseau has more than 30 years of experience in the space and satellite sector and has worked in various functions in business, management, consulting, research, administration and marketing communications throughout his career. Mr. Rousseau began consulting for NSR in 2006 and handles direction and oversight, market research, and consulting engagements in sectors such Unmanned Aerial Systems; High-Altitude Platforms; Satellite Manufacturing and Launch Services; Small Satellites, Smallsat Launchers; Flat Panel Antennas; In-Orbit Servicing & Space Situational Awareness; Space Travel & Tourism; Big Data via Satellite; Optical Communications & Cloud Computing via Satellite and Earth Observation. He provides regional expertise in Europe, the Middle-East and Africa region.Mr. Rousseau was previously with the International Space University (ISU), a higher education institution for which he managed Professional Development Programs. He later co-founded Futuraspace, an international space consulting firm. Earlier, he worked for the Canadian Space Agency where he held various positions in administration, management and strategy.He has a B.Sc. with majors in Physics and Astrophysics from the University of Calgary (Canada) and a Master of Space Studies (MSc.) from the International Space University (France). Mr. Rousseau is based in Strasbourg, France.
Steve Collar was appointed CEO of SES in April 2018, having previously led both O3b Networks and SES Networks. As CEO of O3b Networks, Steve guided the company through the successful build and launch of its state-of-the-art non-geostationary (NGSO) satellite constellation. In 2015, the company officially became the fastest-growing satellite operator in history. O3b was fully acquired by SES in 2016, and now forms an integral part of SES Networks.British-born Steve is an industry veteran, having held a variety of commercial, business development and technical roles at SES World Skies, SES New Skies, New Skies Satellites, Astrium, and Matra Marconi Space (now Airbus).
David C. Wajsgras is Chief Executive Officer of Intelsat, operator of the world's first globalized network and leader in integrated satellite communications. Intelsat delivers critical broadband connectivity and media content distribution that impacts and transforms businesses and communities in more than 200 countries. This is accomplished through Intelsat's fully integrated, globalized network comprising 52 commercial communications satellites and the IntelsatOne terrestrial network.Wajsgras became CEO of Intelsat in April 2022 and focuses on driving innovation and generating long-term value for the company's stakeholders across the media, broadband, commercial aviation and other mobility, and government sectors. He joined the company after two decades of providing operational, strategic and financial leadership in both the commercial and defense industries.Wajsgras most recently served as president of the global, $7.5-billion, advanced-technology Intelligence, Information and Services (IIS) business at the former Raytheon Company, now part of Raytheon Technologies. Before joining Raytheon as chief financial officer, Wajsgras was executive vice president and chief financial officer at Lear Corporation and held other key operations and leadership roles.
Rick Lober is the Vice President and General Manager of the Defense and Intelligence Systems Division (DISD) at Hughes Network Systems, LLC. In this role, he is responsible for applying the company's broad range of SATCOM and telecommunications technologies and services to the worldwide defense marketplace and the intelligence community. This includes both fixed Ku, Ka and X band VSAT, including LEO and MEO along with secure, stand-alone 5G systems - terrestrial and space based. Applications cover satellite communications-on-the-move for both ground-based and airborne platforms along with numerous classified development programs. He has over 25 years experience with both COTS-based and full MIL communications and intelligence products, systems and major programs, starting as a design engineer and progressing to a P&L executive. He received his BS and MSEE from the University of Illinois and holds a patent the area of cognitive, software-defined radio as applied to cellular communications. 153554b96e