UK Space Agency slide set as presented

Report
Making the
UK the Place for Space
Robert Waters
Head of Industrial Strategy
June 2014
http://www.bis.gov.uk/ukspaceagency
The UK and Space
Over 50 years involvement in space
– As a provider of systems to the world
– As a user of data services at home
The UK Space Agency leads our
civil space programme
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Policy advice to Ministers
Regulation
Investment (>£300 p.a.)
60 staff
Our goals are achieved via national,
European and international
partnerships
To meet national needs, the UK Space Agency is responsible for
ensuring that the UK retains and grows a strategic capability in
space-based systems, technologies, science and applications
An Executive Agency of the Department of
Business, Innovation and Skills
Operational
in April 2011
HQ in
Swindon,
Wiltshire
Provide
Government
with space
policy advice
60 staff:
policy,
technical,
programmes,
administration
Offices in
London and
Harwell,
Oxford
Regulate
and licence
UK civil
space
activities
2013/14
Budget:
~£320M
Invest in the
UK’s space
industrial
and research
base
Transfer
space
technology
and services
into the UK
economy
Oversee and
exploit
investment
in EU space
programmes
~£60M
National+
bilateral
Programme
+ admin
~£260M
ESA
Programme
Represent
the UK’s
interests in
Europe and
overseas
Increase use
of space in
government
Present the
UK’s space
programme
to the public
technology,
instruments,
national and
bilateral
projects
industrial,
scientific and
applicationdriven space
projects
Space Agency structures
Chief Executive: David Parker
• Policy
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European
Regulation
Security
International
Communications
• Programmes
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Exploration
Space science
Major project delivery
• Growth
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Applications
Earth Observation
Education & Skills
Industrial strategy
Space ‘Gateway’
Space for Smarter Government
Technology strategy
• Operations & resources
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Finance
Operations
Change Programme
HR
Structure & Economics
The Global Space Market
Total market value US $ 290 B
Growth in Global Space Market
Global Space Market (US$bn)
4.8%
US $ bn
Other Government,
$26, 9%
Commercial space
transportation,
$0.01, 0%
US Government,
$47, 16%
Commercial
infrastructure &
support, $106, 37%
Commercial
products & services,
$111, 38%
Source:The Space report 2012
The Space Foundation
$350
$300
$250
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$150
$100
$50
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3.8%
8.4%
12.2
%
2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011
Year
UK space industry benefit
£9.2 billion turnover
£3.4 billion contribution to GDP
30,000 direct jobs
~ 8% real growth per annum since 2000
Space Policy
Ukspace/OEF
‘Case for Space’
UK Civil Space
Strategy
2012-2016
Space Innovation &
Growth Strategy
SIGS Space
Growth
Action Plan
National
Space
Security
Plan
Government
Growth Review
2009
2010
Government
response to IGS &
Space Leadership
Council created
2011
2012
UK Space
Agency formed
2013
2014
Government
response to
Space GAP
ECSAT
Opens
Satellite Applications
Catapult established
ESA C-min 2012
Civil Space Strategy – six themes
Goal:
£40B sector
by 2030
Space Innovation and Growth Strategy 2014-2030:
Space Growth Action Plan
• re-affirm industry and government’s 2010 growth ambition for sector
• grow UK market share in expanding global space economy
– 10% of expected £400 billion world space economy by 2030
– 100,000 new UK jobs
– interim target of 8% by 2020 (£19bn in real terms)
• focus on markets, services and space-enabled applications (cultural change)
• satellite & ground infrastructure remains crucial
• 5 new recommendations and 37 new actions
Space GAP Recommendations
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grow space-enabled markets by £30bn by 2030
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make UK the best place to grow Space business
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regulatory environment to promote growth
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operational space port by 2018
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increase the UK’s returns from Europe
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Europe vastly different for space by 2020
grow exports from £2bn to £25bn p.a. by 2030
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more strategic approach
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improving access to finance & new mechanisms
stimulate a vibrant regional SME sector
Future is also more users of space, new applications, more
competition!
IGS 2014-2030 Key Markets
What are we doing now?
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Looking towards 2030: the Growth Action
Plan of the space innovation and growth
strategy
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Key space policy issues
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Cross-government National Space Security Policy
published 30 April
Reforming licensing regime for operators
Developing new regulation to support growth
Delivering on investments
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A industry-government partnership providing a
roadmap of actions
Industrial R&D for commercial space sector
Major scientific programmes
Implementing NSSP
Everything we do is delivered
through partnerships
National, European, Global
Partnerships have created…
The leading global mobile
satcom operator
The world’s first publicprivate partnership for
secure military
communications
The world’s most
advanced satellite
telecommunication
technology
Outstanding
achievements in spacebased science
Excellence in Earth
science for climate and
environment monitoring
and its use in business
World-leading business in
software, satellite control
and ground segment
technology
The world’s leading small
satellite company
A strong UK role in
Galileo, Europe’s global
navigation system
Launch of UKube-1: July 2014
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First UK national cubesat
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Fully functional 3-axis stabilised spacecraft weighing 3kg
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Built by SME Clydespace plus various universities and industries
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Success will underpin export opportunities
Partnership with business: NovaSAR
S-band (3.1-3.3GHz) Synthetic Aperture Radar
Low cost, lightweight small satellite design
Co-funded investment by UK Space Agency and industry to demonstrate
NovaSAR in-orbit
Example applications
– maritime security
– flood mapping
– forestry monitoring
First launch in FY 2015/16
Partnership in Innovation
Reaction Engines Ltd
‘SABRE’ air-breathing rocket
engine
Could lead to ‘Skylon’
reusable satellite launch
vehicle
PV investors, UK Space
Agency and ESA
UK Space Sector Map
European Centre for Space
Applications and Telecommunications
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Will lead ESA work on satcom
technology and applications
ESA climate office: space data to
understand climate change
A business incubator creating
new space businesses
Will grow to 100 staff by end of
2015
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Mission to drive growth through the
exploitation of satellite data;
link existing space organisations
with new market sectors
Government supported, private
sector ethos
A collaborative environment for
industry, academics and government
organisations
In Summary
@spacegovuk
We are using space to inform,
educate and inspire
We provide coherence and
leadership
We are promoting growth

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