2nd Annual Space Intelligence Forum | Potomac Officers ClubView On-Demand
As the rapid democratization of space continues to accelerate, the United States is eyeing advanced sensors, satellite constellation expansion and cutting-edge commercial technologies for boosting ISR capabilities, increasing situational awareness and ensuring the country’s continued technological and information dominance over a growing roster of actors in space.
Space has seen a significant shift in recent years from a peaceful domain to one that is unpredictable, highly active and even volatile. In response, the federal government is looking to leverage industry innovations in a landmark effort to increase its geospatial intelligence data and keep a watchful eye on potential threats in space.
Join the Potomac Officers Club for its Second Annual Space Intelligence Forum to hear from leading space experts across government and industry as they discuss the priorities, policies, innovations and technologies driving space-based intelligence improvements in today’s constantly evolving environment.
Planet Federal Board
Maj. Gen. Clint Crosier (Ret.)
Director, Aerospace and Satellite Solutions
Amazon Web Services
Brig. Gen. Gregory Gagnon
Director of Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance
U.S. Space Force
Col Marqus Randall
Commander, Space Delta 18 (National Space Intelligence Center)
U.S. Space Force
Ursa Space Systems
Performing the Duties of the Deputy Under Secretary of Defense for Intelligence & Security (DUSD(I&S))
U.S. Department of Defense (DOD)
|11:00am||11:05am||Welcome & Opening Remarks|
|11:05am||11:55am||Keynote Speaker: Brig. Gen. Gregory Gagnon
Keynote Introducer: Maj. Gen. Clint Crosier (Ret.)
|11:55am||12:55pm||Leveraging Commercial Space Intelligence Capabilities for the Future Panel: Robert Cardillo and Maj. Gen. Clint Crosier (Ret.) (Moderator), Col Marqus Randall, Nicole Robinson and David Taylor|