SPACETIDE 2017

つながりが、新たな宇宙ビジネスを生み出す 日本初、民間による宇宙ビジネスカンファレンス A conference for the rise of private space industry つながりが、新たな宇宙ビジネスを生み出す 日本初、民間による宇宙ビジネスカンファレンス A conference for the rise of private space industry

ABOUT

  • DAY AND TIME
    February 28, 2017 (Tue) 13:00-19:00(Open 12:00)
  • PLACE
    Keio University Hiyoshi Campus Fujiwara Hiroshi Hall
  • PARTICIPATION FEE
    2,000yen (Registration required, Free for students)
  • ORGANIZER
    SPACETIDE Foundation
  • SUPPORTED BY
    National Space Policy Secretariat of the Cabinet Office/ Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry/ Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology/ JAXA
  • INFORMATION
    spacetide2017@spacetide.org

SCHEDULE

  • 13:00-13:15
    開会:オープニングスピーチOpening Speech
    • 石田 真康

      Speaker

      Masayasu Ishida

      A.T. カーニー株式会社
      プリンシパル
      一般社団法人SPACETIDE
      代表理事

      石田 真康

      Masayasu Ishida

      Principal, A.T. Kearney
      President, SPACETIDE Foundation

      Masayasu Ishida is a Principal of global management consulting firm A.T. Kearney. He holds a degree in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Tokyo, and has specialized expertise in the industries of High-Tech, ICT and Aerospace. He is an acting member of the Japanese government’s committee on National Space Policy, and also acting as co-founder and president of SPACETIDE foundation which organizes a yearly space business conference aimed at promoting the rise of private space industry. Operating on a completely pro-bono basis, he has also been an invaluable member of Team HAKUTO, the sole Japanese team due to participate in the Google Lunar XPRIZE competition.

  • 13:15-14:15
    PANEL1 | 日本の宇宙ベンチャーの拡大と将来Japanese Space Startups
    Space startups raised significant funding and made important business alliances in 2016, as this sector grew in prominence on the global stage. This panel will introduce a number of existing and new players from Japanese space startups. The panelists will discuss skill sets, mindsets, and team skills that are essential for launching and managing a space business.
    • 岡島 礼奈

      Panelist

      Lena Okajima

      株式会社ALE
      代表取締役

      岡島 礼奈

      Lena Okajima

      CEO and Founder, ALE Co., Ltd.

      Doctorate of Science, Astronomy, School of Science, the University of Tokyo Bachelor's Degree, Astronomy, School of Science, the University of Tokyo Established a science and entertainment company as CEO while attending university.
      Launched game and industry-academia partnership services. Selected as a member of the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency's (JAXA) open lab.
      After graduation, worked in bond investment and private equity at Goldman Sachs.
      Founder and director of a consulting company specializing in developing countries since 2009.
      Founded ALE Co., Ltd. in September 2011.
      Current CEO of ALE Co., Ltd.
      Ph.D of astronomy.

    • 緒川 修治

      Panelist

      Shuji Ogawa

      PDエアロスペース株式会社
      代表取締役

      緒川 修治

      Shuji Ogawa

      CEO and CTO, PD AeroSpace, LTD.

      Founder, CEO and CTO of PD AeroSpace, LTD. found 2007 in Nagoya Japan, to develop fully reusable sub-orbital spaceplane for space tourism and air launch services for small satellites into orbits. Key technology patented is a combustion mode switch engine, which to combine “jet engine” and “rocket engine” into single engine system. He operates the project with many company, university and personal volunteer. M.S. in aeronautical engineering. Worked for Mitsubishi Heavy Industries and for an automotive parts company as an engineer. Member of the government committee for space transportation.

    • 金本 成生

      Panelist

      Naruo Kanemoto

      株式会社スペースシフト
      代表取締役

      金本 成生

      Naruo Kanemoto

      CEO and Founder, Space Shift

      Naruo Kanemoto, CEO of Space Shift, Inc. (Tokyo) and Director of Elysium Space, Inc (San Francisco). He started his career as an engineer in ICT industry since 1996. Space Shift has been established in 2009 providing Satellite Kit, Satellite Data Processing and Consulting services to non-space companies. And he joined Elysium Space providing memorial space flight as a board director in 2013. A member of conference for space by ICT led by government.

    • 中村 友哉

      Panelist

      Yuya Nakamura

      株式会社アクセルスペース
      代表取締役

      中村 友哉

      Yuya Nakamura

      President and CEO, Axelspace Corporation

      Yuya Nakamura is the President and CEO of Axelspace Corporation. Axelspace is the Tokyo-based microsatellite startup co-founded by him and his colleagues in 2008, aiming for practical utilization of microsatellite technology. The company has so far developed three satellites including the world's first commercial microsatellite "WNISAT-1", developed for Weathernews, Inc. In 2015, Axelspace successfully raised JPY1.9B ($16M) from VCs and strategic business partners and announced the inauguration of AxelGlobe project, where 50 microsatellites will be launched to construct the whole-world and daily monitoring platform as a new-generation infrastructure.

    • 佐藤 将史

      Moderator

      Masashi Sato

      株式会社野村総合研究所
      上級コンサルタント

      佐藤 将史

      Masashi Sato

      Senior Consultant, Nomura Research Institute, Ltd.

      As a professional consultant at NRI, Masashi works mainly on space industry and startup development with government and private sector companies. During his Master's Degree, he studied planetary science and analyzed data from the Subaru telescope. He has a B.S. from the University of Tokyo (2001), a M.S. from the Graduate School of the University of Tokyo (2003), and a Master of Public Policy from the University of California, Los Angeles (2013). He is a Committee member of the "Committee of Space by ICT" by the Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communication.

  • 14:30-15:30
    PANEL2 | イネーブラーとしての宇宙Space as an Enabler
    In this session, we will introduce forefront of innovation created by space with other industry and discuss about the possibility of utilizing space as an enabler. We will also discuss about the value of space for enterprises.
    • 小田 健児

      Panelist

      Kenji Oda

      株式会社電通
      宇宙ラボ代表/クリエイティブディレクター

      小田 健児

      Kenji Oda

      Creative Director and Chief of Dentsu Space Lab, Dentsu Inc.

      Kenji Oda joined Dentsu after graduating Waseda University. He founded “Dentsu Space Lab” in 2016 after a successful record of Space-related work at Dentsu. His approach of “Space for Everyone” consists of combining creative ideas with high-end technologies to create fun and exciting experiences fostering interest in Space. His recent work includes innovative, award-winning solutions such as “Get a part-time job in Space” (an experiment where employees work in Space-like conditions), “kibo360” (a smartphone app simulating an astronaut life in the ISS) and “Space Hangout” (a Google/JAXA collaboration where people on earth can video chat with an astronaut in the ISS), and many others.

    • 小西 覚

      Panelist

      Satoru Konishi

      マゼランシステムズジャパン株式会社
      アシスタントチーフエンジニア

      小西 覚

      Satoru Konishi

      Assistant Chief Engineer, Magellan Systems Japan, Inc.

      Graduated Informatics, Kyoto University at 1995. After participating in starting up a telecommunication service provider, being involved in software development of cellular infrastructure at a foreign vendor and software development of devices at a communication equipment manufacturer, entered Magellan Systems Japan, Inc. While promoting applying the L1 Multi GNSS RTK module of the company to automatic machine controls, working on development of the new GNSS receiver with centi-meter accuracy supporting QZSS which will be full-operated around 2018. Specialized in communication technologies and networking system.

    • 藤原 謙

      Panelist

      Ken Fujiwara

      ウミトロン株式会社
      代表取締役

      藤原 謙

      Ken Fujiwara

      Founder&Managing Director, UMITRON PTE, LTD

      Cofounded UMITRON, a data service company for aquaculture including satellite remote sensing. Prior to UMITRON, he was in charge of micro-satellite business and precision agriculture in MITSUI. He also worked for a space tourism startup in San Francisco to develop go-to-market strategy and financial plan. He started as a research engineer at Japan aerospace exploration agency. M.S. in mechanical and aerospace engineering from Tokyo Institute of Technology. MBA from UC Berkeley as a fulbright scholar.

    • 舛屋 圭一

      Panelist

      Keiichi Masuya

      ペプチドリーム株式会社
      取締役

      舛屋 圭一

      Keiichi Masuya

      Director, PeptiDream

      Born in 1969. PhD course in chemistry in Tokyo Institute of Technology was completed in 1998. After working as a researcher at an institute of a Japanese pharmaceutical company and a foreign-affiliated pharmaceutical company, I joined to oncology research in Novartis Pharma in Switzerland on 2005. In 2012, the title of Novartis Leading Scientist was given, and during 13 years my team have developed more than four drug candidates to clinical development, the first clinical compound was nominated as Breakthrough Therapy by the FDA and already on the market. I returned to Japan in 2014 and took a responsibility as VP and Head of Chemistry in PeptiDream Inc.

    • 青木 英剛

      Moderator

      Hidetaka Aoki

      グローバル・ブレイン株式会社
      ベンチャーパートナー/宇宙エバンジェリスト

      青木 英剛

      Hidetaka Aoki

      Venture Partner/Space Business Evangelist, Global Brain

      Hidetaka Aoki is a venture partner in charge of investment activities in disruptive technologies at Global Brain. He is also an outside director of Axelspace and Space Business Evangelist, preaching about the possibilities of space business. He joined Global Brain from Dream Incubator where he developed strategies and consulted for the clients in high-tech industry. Prior to Dream Incubator, he developed "Kounotori (HTV)", Japan's first automated cargo spacecraft at Mitsubishi Electric and won a number of awards. He holds M.S. in Aerospace Engineering from Auburn University and M.B.A. from Keio Business School.

  • 15:45-16:45
    PANEL3 | グローバルでの宇宙ビジネスの状況と日本の可能性Overview of Global Space Business & Potential of Space Business in Japan
    In this session, we will invite people at the forefront of New Space in the U.S., EU and elsewhere to share their perspectives on the growth of New Space businesses. We will also hear from the founder of a Japanese startup that now has global operations and discuss the potential of Japanese space startups in a global context.
    (This session will be conducted in English.)
    • 袴田 武史

      Panelist

      Takeshi Hakamada

      株式会社ispace
      代表取締役

      袴田 武史

      Takeshi Hakamada

      CEO, ispace, inc.

      Takeshi Hakamada, an entrepreneur in the new space industry, is founder and CEO of ispace. inc. ispace is developing space robotics that will create and support daily existence in space by mapping valuable resources in space. He is also leading a Japanese team, HAKUTO, competing for Google Lunar XPRIZE, a robotic lunar surface mission traveling across the surface of the Moon while sending back to Earth specified images and other data. In January 2015, Hakuto won the Milestone Prize. He earned M.S. in Aerospace Engineering from Georgia Institute of Technology.

    • サーディア ペッカネン

      Panelist

      Saadia M. Pekkanen

      ワシントン大学ジャクソン国際関係論大学院
      副所長

      サーディア ペッカネン

      Saadia M. Pekkanen

      Associate Director, Jackson School of International Studies of the University of Washington

      Saadia M. Pekkanen works on outer space security, governance, and policy. Her regional expertise is in the international relations of Japan/Asia. Her education includes Master’s degrees from Columbia University and Yale Law School, and a doctorate from Harvard University in political science. Her administrative responsibilities at the University of Washington include Associate Director of the Henry M. Jackson School of International Studies, and Founding Director of the Jackson School Ph.D. Program. She holds the Job and Gertrud Tamaki Professorship. In addition to these appointments in the Jackson School, she is Adjunct Professor in the Department of Political Science, and Adjunct Professor at the School of Law. Among her half-dozen books, she is the author of Picking Winners? From Technology Catch-up to the Space Race in Japan (Stanford University Press, 2003); co-author of In Defense of Japan: From the Market to the Military in Space Policy (Stanford University Press, 2010); co-editor of The Oxford Handbook of the International Relations of Asia (Oxford University Press, 2014); and editor of Asian Designs: Governance in the Contemporary World Order (Cornell University Press, 2016).. In partnership with the president of the Maureen and Mike Mansfield Foundation, she serves as co-Chair of the U.S. Japan Space Forum. She also directs the Space Security Initiative at the University of Washington. She is a contributor for Forbes on her space-related research themes. Her Forbes column is regularly included in the NSSI Space Weekly, an aggregated newsletter put out by the National Security Space Institute (NSSI) at Peterson Air Force Base that is distributed internally to 8,300+ members of the U.S. military, government, and defense partners worldwide.The Space Frontier Foundation estimated that her Forbes column on the Newspace 2016 conference generated 45,847,446 media impressions.

    • レイナー ホルン

      Panelist

      Rainer Horn

      スペーステックキャピタル
      マネジングパートナー

      レイナー ホルン

      Rainer Horn

      Managing Partner, SpaceTec Capital

      Rainer Horn has been active in European space as advisor and investor since 2001. He is a member of Europe’s Galileo Programme Advisory Board (MEAG), the French Aerospace Academy (AAE) and the Steering Board of Multi-GNSS Asia. In addition to his wide expertise and network in European (New)Space, Rainer looks back on 20 years of experience in working with Asia-Pacific. Previously, Rainer was a Finance Director at Booz Allen Hamilton and the leader of its European space consulting practice. He holds double degrees from the European School of Business Reutlingen/London and a MBA from INSEAD.

    • ルイス ピノールト

      Panelist

      Lewis Pinault

      Spire Global
      コーポレートデベロップメントディレクター

      ルイス ピノールト

      Lewis Pinault

      Director of Corporate Development, Spire Global

      Dr Lewis Pinault is Director of Corporate Development at Spire Global, a satellite-powered data company tackling the world's most unpredictable business challenges, from any point on Earth, every hour. He also serves as Special Advisor to Airbus Ventures, the Silicon Valley-headquartered $150 million fund for early stage investments financed by Airbus Group. His first job out of university was a four-year stint working as an engineering advisor to shipbuilder Nihon Kokan in Kawasaki Japan, today JFE Holdings. Formerly a senior consultant at the Boston Consulting Group in Tokyo and a director and partner of Coopers & Lybrand in High Technology and Financial Institutions. Lewis earned his bachelor’s degree at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, an MSc at London School of Economics as a Fulbright Scholar, and a Juris Doctorate in International Public Law and Planetary Geophysics at the University of Hawaii, where he was a NASA Space Grant Fellow.

    • 水島 淳

      Moderator

      Atsushi Mizushima

      西村あさひ法律事務所
      パートナー

      水島 淳

      Atsushi Mizushima

      Partner, Nishimura & Asahi

      Atsushi Mizushima is a partner of Nishimura & Asahi, Japan's largest law firm. He supports management of blue-chip companies and rising startups in their strategic actions including M&A, business alliance, fundraising and IP strategy.
      Earlier, he was a starting member (business director) of WHILL, Inc., a Silicon Valley-based startup, where he achieved two rounds of VC fundraising (USD13MM).
      He is also a mentor at Boomtown Accelerator, a Colorado-based startup incubator.
      LL.B (the University of Tokyo, 2004) / MBA (Stanford University, 2013).

  • 17:00-18:15
    PANEL4 | 日本の新宇宙産業の挑戦と機会The challenges and oppotunities of the new space industry in Japan
    Space industry is booming in Japan. In addition to space development by government and space agency, new efforts are pumping up from private sector. In this session, we will invite space industry experts to discuss the current, near term and future challenges and opportunities of the new space industry in Japan.
    • 小山 浩

      Panelist

      Hiroshi Koyama

      三菱電機株式会社 電子システム事業本部
      役員技監

      小山 浩

      Hiroshi Koyama

      Executive Fellow, Mitsubishi Electric Corporation Electric Systems Group

      In April of 1987, he joined Mitsubishi Electric Corporation (“MELCO”) and began his career as chief engineer for rendezvous and docking systems for Engineering Satellite-VII (ETS-VII) & H-II Transfer Vehicle (HTV) in Kamakura Works. Since that time, he has worked on various satellite projects including Earth Observation Satellites.
      From 2008, he was appointed general manager for the Office for Space Utilization and Strategy Planning at MELCO headquarters. He was responsible for promoting the utilization of space systems in various fields such as Quasi Zenith Satellite, Earth Observation Satellites and Communication Satellites. From April of 2015, he is currently Executive Fellow of the Electronic Systems Group at MELCO.

    • 酒匂 信匡

      Panelist

      Nobutada Sako

      キヤノン電子衛星システム研究所
      所長

      酒匂 信匡

      Nobutada Sako

      Group Executive, Satellite Systems Laboratory, Canon Electronics Inc.

      University of Tokyo, Doctor of Engineering. Developed world first CubeSat class nano-satellite XI series in ISSL. Nano-satellite development activities include from technical demonstration to state of the art scientific observation. Affiliations were University of Tokyo, Shinshu University, NASDA and ISAS. Currently moved to Canon Electronics Inc. to design nano-satellites for commercial use.

    • 白坂 成功

      Panelist

      Seiko Shirasaka

      慶應義塾大学大学院システムデザイン・マネジメント研究科
      准教授

      白坂 成功

      Seiko Shirasaka

      Associate Professor, Graduate School of System Design and Management, KEIO University

      Dr.Seiko Shirasaka earned a Master's degree in Astronautics from University of Tokyo in 1994 and Doctoral degree in Systems Engineering from KEIO University in 2012.
      He worked for Mitsubishi Electric Corporation as space systems engineer for 15 years. He is an Associate Professor at Graduate School of System Design and Management at KEIO University since 2008. He is a Program Manager of ImPACT, Impulsing Paradigm Change through Disruptive Technologies Program, lead by Cabinet office of Japan.

    • 髙田 修三

      Panelist

      Shuzo Takada

      内閣府 宇宙開発戦略推進事務局
      事務局長

      髙田 修三

      Shuzo Takada

      Director-General, the National Space Policy Secretariat of the Cabinet Office (CAO)

      2016 June – Present
      Director-General of National Space Policy Secretariat, Cabinet Office (CAO)
      2015 July – 2016 June
      Director-General of Trade Control Department, Trade and Economic Cooperation Bureau, Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry (METI)
      2013 -2015 Director-General for Manufacturing Industries Policy, METI
      2012 Director of Manufacturing Industries Policy, Manufacturing Industries Bureau, METI
      2010-2012 Director of Industrial Revitalization, Economy and Industry Policy Bureau, METI
      2008-2010 Director of Chemicals Division, Manufacturing Industries Bureau, METI
      2006-2008 Director of Oil Industry and Strategic Stocks Division, Energy Resources and Fuel Department, Agency for Natural Resources and Energy (ANRE)
      2005-2006 Director of Policy Planning Division, Energy Resources and Fuel Department, ANRE/METI
      2002-2005 Counselor, Permanent Delegation of Japan to the OECD/IEA
      1992-1993 Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy
      1988-1990 Unit Chief, Nuclear Power Generation Division, ANRE/MITI
      1986 Joined Ministry of International, Trade and Industry (MITI)

    • 山浦 雄一

      Panelist

      Yuichi Yamaura

      国立研究開発法人 宇宙航空研究開発機構
      理事

      山浦 雄一

      Yuichi Yamaura

      Vice President, Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency

      Yuichi Yamaura is Vice President of JAXA responsible for strategic planning and management, international relations and industry collaboration, since 2014. Prior to his appointment, Mr. Yamaura was Associate Executive Director overseeing JAXA’s Lunar and Planetary Exploration, and International Space Station (ISS) Programs from 2011 to 2014. He served as Chairperson of the International Space Exploration Coordination Group (ISECG) from 2011 to 2012. Mr. Yamaura was Director of the Strategic Planning and Management Department from 2009 to 2011. Having joined JAXA (formerly the National Space Development Agency of Japan (NASDA)) in 1978, Mr. Yamaura has been engaged in Program planning and management; Human spaceflight programs such as the ISS Program and Space Shuttle/Spacelab missions; and Earth observation program.
      Mr. Yamaura holds a Master and Bachelor’s degree from the Faculty of Engineering of the University of Tokyo.
      Mr. Yamaura has been Guest Professor at the University of Tsukuba since 2008, and was Lecturer at Graduate School of the University of Tokyo in 2009.

    • 石田 真康

      Moderator

      Masayasu Ishida

      A.T. カーニー株式会社
      プリンシパル
      一般社団法人SPACETIDE
      代表理事

      石田 真康

      Masayasu Ishida

      Principal, A.T. Kearney
      President, SPACETIDE Foundation

      Masayasu Ishida is a Principal of global management consulting firm A.T. Kearney. He holds a degree in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Tokyo, and has specialized expertise in the industries of High-Tech, ICT and Aerospace.
      He is an acting member of the Japanese government’s committee on National Space Policy, and also acting as co-founder and president of SPACETIDE foundation which organizes a yearly space business conference aimed at promoting the rise of private space industry.
      Operating on a completely pro-bono basis, he has also been an invaluable member of Team HAKUTO, the sole Japanese team due to participate in the Google Lunar XPRIZE competition.

  • 18:15-19:00
    閉会&ネットワーキングClosing Remarks & Networking

SPACETIDE FOUNDATIONSPACETIDE FOUNDATION

  • Masayasu Ishida (President)
    Principal, A.T. Kearney
  • Hidetaka Aoki (Director)
    Venture Partner, Global Brain
  • Masashi Sato (Director)
    Senior Consultant, Nomura Research Institute
  • Atsushi Mizushima (Director)
    Partner, Nishimura & Asahi

ADVISORADVISOR

  • Nobu Okada
    CEO, Astroscale
  • Seiko Shirasaka
    Associate Professor, Keio University
  • Shinichi Nakasuka
    Professor, The University of Tokyo
  • Takahiro Nakamura
    COO, ispace / HAKUTO
  • Yuya Nakamura
    CEO, Axelspace
  • Takeshi Hakamada
    CEO, ispace / Team Leader, HAKUTO
  • Ken Fujiwara
    CEO, UMITRON
  • Kyoko Yonezawa
    Creative Techologist, Dentsu

PRO BONO

  • Shuhei Akimoto
  • Kei Arima
  • Yumi Inaba
  • Naruo Kanemoto
  • Kojiro Hatada
  • Takayoshi Fukuyo
  • Shogo Yakame
  • Kanoko Yamaguchi

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