Constellations from Kratos is your connection to the innovators, business leaders, entrepreneurs and policy makers who are making ... and remaking ... today's satellite and space industries. The current explosion in innovation is revolutionizing communications, imagery, defense and research and has caused a culture shift within the traditional satellite and space industry landscapes. New Space versus Old Space, GEO versus LEO Satellites, Narrowband versus Wideband, High-Throughput Satellites (HTS) versus Fixed-Service Satellites (FSS). Who will be the winners and losers? Constellations is the bridge that connects you to new ideas and experts shaping the industry.
Whether you’re in the industry or just have a desire to learn... then this podcast is for you.
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Zero Trust, Global Data Interoperability and Breaking Silos
Listen to Nicolas Chaillan, U.S. Air Force Chief Software Officer, describe the importance of the U.S. DoD to bring relevant software features to the war-fighter in a timely manner. Space and Cyber are big domains that were overlooked in the past; however, the next battles are going to involve them. He described how Cloud One and Platform One will bring interoperability; Cloud One providing access to the cloud and Platform One bringing DevSecOps - continuous integration, continuous delivery of software.
JADO, 5G and the Speed of Mission Need
Listen to Stacy Kubicek, Vice President and General Manager for Mission Solutions at Lockheed Martin talk about mission critical solutions that benefit the warfighter and support national defense. She will discuss getting data to the warfighter much faster with transformational technology that includes 5G. Learn about the adoption of agile software development methods that accelerate delivery of software to address threats – hint, it is not the waterfall model.
LEO Mega-Constellations, Squaring Up With GEO, and New Market Opportunities
In this episode of Constellations, we talk about the proliferation of LEO mega-constellations, & what this means for the market. These constellations have created a new paradigm, which stretches the scope of what satellite can accomplish – like offering lower latency with more ubiquitous coverage around the globe. Telesat VP of LEO Erwin Hudson joins the podcast to talk about the new role of LEO mega-constellations’, opportunities for the future & Telesat’s advanced LEO constellation, Telesat Lightspe
Virtualization, Cloud, and Growth Opportunities for the Teleport
On the Constellations podcast we’ll talk about the growing adoption of virtualization in the satellite industry. During this episode Robert Bell the Executive Director of the World Teleport Association (WTA) shares the findings from the recent report entitled “The Virtual Teleport.” Robert discusses the extent to which teleport operators have embraced virtualization, its benefits, the barriers and challenges it presents and what the future might hold.
Quantum Communications, “Spooky” Quantum Entanglement, and Applications in the Space Industry
In this episode of Constellations, CEO of SQT, David Mitlyng joins us to explain the ins and outs of Quantum Key Distribution (QKD), applications in Position, Navigation, and Timing (PNT), & quantum communications’ defense implications. There are only a handful of companies specializing in this technology, including SQT, a company that claims to transform the world’s networks for the quantum revolution.
Ground- and Space-based Telescopes, Space Factories and the New Space Economy
Earth Observation, Space Situational Awareness and Contested/Congested Space are terms increasingly heard in satellite and space media, brought about, in part, by the growing accessibility and democratization of the space industry. Our guest, Gino Bucciol - Co-founder and Chief Development Officer at Officina Stellare, a company based in Italy active in the design and production of telescopes, optomechanical, and aerospace instrumentation for ground and space-based applications will touch on each of these.
It helped me learn a lot of useful things about the space industry.
I’m glad I found this podcast. Keep up the good work but I’d like to hear more space episodes.
I finally found a podcast for current space and satellite news that is enjoyable to listen to and interesting! Perfect for my morning commute to the office. Keep up the good work