宇宙ビジネスの広がりがあらゆる産業を巻き込む 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 宇宙ビジネスの広がりがあらゆる産業を巻き込む 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
    May 10, 2018 (Tue)9:00-19:15(Open 8:15)
  • PLACE
    Nihonbashi Mitsui Hall
  • PARTICIPATION FEE
    4,000yen (Registration required, Free for students)
  • ORGANIZER
    SPACETIDE Foundation
  • SPONSORSHIP
    ALL NIPPON AIRWAYS CO., LTD./ The Asahi Shimbun Company/ Japan Airlines Co., Ltd./ SKY Perfect JSAT Corporation/ Graduate School of System Design and Management, Keio University/ TOKYO BROADCASTING SYSTEM HOLDINGS, INC.
  • COOPERATION
    The Asahi Shimbun Company./ Mitsui Fudosan Co., Ltd.
  • 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
    spacetide2018@spacetide.org

  • ※Simultaneous interpretation available in Japanese / English

SCHEDULE

  • 9:00-9:20
    開会:オープニングスピーチOpening Remarks
    • 石田 真康

      Speaker

      Masayasu Ishida

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

      石田 真康

      Masayasu Ishida

      President, SPACETIDE Foundation
      Principal, A.T. Kearney

      Masayasu Ishida is co-founder and president of SPACETIDE foundation which organizes a yearly space business conference aimed at promoting the rise of private space industry. He is also 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 Aerospace, High-Tech and Automotive. As an acting member of a committee on National Space Policy, he has been supporting the Japanese goverment especially interms of promoting the space industry to the private sector.

  • 9:20-10:30
    PANEL1 | 2030年にむけた宇宙産業の将来像形成Shaping the Future of Space Industry towards 2030 and beyond
    Historically, space industry has been propelled by government but private companies’activities are gaining momentum in a recent movement called "New Space”. Some industry experts expects the global space economy will exceed 1 trillion USD by 2040. In Japan, the government published the space industry vision 2030, which sets an ambitious target of doubling the size of the space industry by the early 2030s. With various stakeholders of the space industry, we will discuss the future of the industry towards 2030 and beyond in this session.
    • 岡田 光信

      Panelist

      Nobu Okada

      ASTROSCALE Pte. Ltd.
      創業者兼CEO

      岡田 光信

      Nobu Okada

      ASTROSCALE Pte. Ltd.
      CEO

      Nobu Okada founded ASTROSCALE PTE. LTD. in 2013 due to a desire to address the growing threat of space debris. He used his personal funds as seed money and hired a team in Singapore in 2013 and R&D office in Japan in 2015, and opened branch office in the United Kingdom in 2017 while raising capital to 53M USD. The team calls themselves, “Space Sweepers” and their mission is to secure long-term space flight safety by incubating space debris removal technologies. Mr. Okada is a Fellow of Royal Aeronautical Society and is also a member of The Future of Space Technologies Council, World Economic Forum and International Astronautical Federation. He also serves as a member of The Future of Space Technologies Council, World Economic Forum and International Astronautical Federation. Prior to ASTROSCALE, Mr. Okada was a Japanese IT entrepreneur and strategy consultant, and had managed IT companies in Japan and Asian countries, and led one company to a successful IPO. Before joining the IT industry, he worked for McKinsey & Company and the Japanese Government in the Ministry of Finance. He earned his bachelor’s degree in Agriculture from the University of Tokyo in 1995 and an MBA from the Krannert School of Business, Purdue University in 2001.

    • 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
      2012-2013 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
      1986 Joined Ministry of International, Trade and Industry (MITI)

    • 土田 誠行

      Panelist

      Shigeyuki Tsuchida

      株式会社産業革新機構
      専務取締役 共同投資責任者(Co-CIO)
      ベンチャー・グロース投資グループ長

      土田 誠行

      Shigeyuki Tsuchida

      Co-Chief Investment Officer (Co-CIO), Member of the Board, Head of Venture Capital & Growth Investment Group, Innovation Network Corporation of Japan<

      Shigeyuki Tsuchida joined Innovation Network Corporation of Japan (INCJ) in 2009 as an Executive Managing Director and has been the Head of the Venture Capital & Growth Investment Group. He also serves as a Co-Chief Investment Officer, Member of the Board since 2016. He has driven and led a number of investment projects ranging from seed startups stages and growth capital, to curve-outs and reorganizations that promote innovation and enhance the value of businesses in Japan, involving Japanese large corporations. Prior to joining INCJ, Mr. Tsuchida was most recently an Executive Officer at Aozora Bank, Ltd. since 2007, and previously a Deputy General Manager at The Norinchukin Bank since 2001. Prior to that, he was the Deputy General Manager at Long-Term Credit Bank of Japan, Ltd. In these positions, he primarily focused on not only equity and debt investments, but also alternative investments as an institutional investor for more than 20 years. He received a B.A. in Law from Waseda University in 1986.

    • 仁藤 雅夫

      Panelist

      Masao Nito

      スカパーJSAT株式会社
      取締役 執行役員副社長

      仁藤 雅夫

      Masao Nito

      Board Director, Senior Executive Vice President, SKY Perfect JSAT Corporation.

      He boosts Japanese Space Businesses through strategic investment and creative business development with various start-ups as well as playing an active role at  Committee on National Space Policy. He has been supporting the Japanese government by leading the interaction between traditional space industry and private sector. In recent move of Space & Satellite business, SKY Perfect JSAT has pursued business with a satellite antenna start-up who has an excellent technology of harnesses the traits of metamaterials for mobile satellite communication. Also, it has been accelerating LEO-related businesses by investment, ground station services, and satellite image services. With postgraduate of Marine Engineering Dept. of Graduate School, the University of Tokyo, he started his career at Mitsui Engineering and Shipbuilding Co., Ltd. in 1981. He joined JCSAT (currently SKY Perfect JSAT Corporation) in 1989, and initiated and developed multi-channel Pay TV (currently “SKY PerfecTV!”) in 1994. After migration of multi-channel Pay TV industry in 2006, he became President and Representative Director, SKY Perfect Communications Inc. Since the corporate merger in 2008, he has been Board Director, Senior Executive Vice President, SKY Perfect JSAT Corporation.

    • 山本 静夫

      Panelist

      Shizuo Yamamoto

      国立研究開発法人 宇宙航空研究開発機構
      副理事長

      山本 静夫

      Shizuo Yamamoto

      Vice President Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency

      Mr. Shizuo Yamamoto is the Vice President of Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA). He is responsible for strategic planning and management international relations, new enterprise promotion, space exploration innovation Hub,and security and information Systems. Mr. Yamamoto joined National Space Development Agency of Japan (NASDA, reorganized as JAXA in 2003) in 1978. He has greatly contributed to JAXA’s earth observation projects for many years, including program management of TRMM, very successful US-Japan joint satellite development program, and establishment of the Earth Observation Research Center to bridge Earth sciences and satellite based remote sensing technology for societal benefits.

    • 石田 真康

      Moderator

      Masayasu Ishida

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

      石田 真康

      Masayasu Ishida

      President, SPACETIDE Foundation
      Principal, A.T. Kearney

      Masayasu Ishida is co-founder and president of SPACETIDE foundation which organizes a yearly space business conference aimed at promoting the rise of private space industry. He is also 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 Aerospace, High-Tech and Automotive. As an acting member of a committee on National Space Policy, he has been supporting the Japanese goverment especially interms of promoting the space industry to the private sector.

  • 10:50-11:10
    PRESENTATION1
    • 北原 秀文

      Speaker

      Hidebumi Kitahara

      ワンウェブソリューションズ株式会社
      取締役

      北原 秀文

      Hidebumi Kitahara

      Board of Director
      OneWeb Solutions Co., Ltd.

      ・OneWeb Solutions BOD
      ・+14 Years at SoftBank
      ・Head of Global business Strategy and New Business
      ・Short-Long term Network Strategy Planning and Development(Wireless) and M&A advisor for technology
      ・Previously served as Director of Network planning at Sprint
      ・Graduated from Purdue University in the United States

  • 11:10-12:20
    PANEL2 | 宇宙ビッグデータがもたらす新たな市場Space Big Data brings new markets
    Space big data business using Earth observation satellites has attracted a great deal of attention in recent years due to the appearance of small satellite constellation. In this panel, we will ask about the business opportunities for each panelist involved in satellite manufacturing & operation, data reception, data storage, and data analysis & utilization.
    • 石亀一郎

      Panelist

      Kazuo Ishigame

      株式会社インフォステラ
      共同創業者 取締役COO

      石亀一郎

      Kazuo Ishigame

      Co-Founder / COO, Infostellar

      Kazuo Ishigame is the Co-Founder and COO of Infostellar, a newspace communications technology company based in Tokyo that manages a satellite antenna sharing platform called StellarStation. Using this platform, users can share their unused antenna time and access antennas worldwide for their satellite operations.
      Prior to founding Infostellar, Ishigame founded and managed an online space business publication called Astropreneur, where he raised local awareness of domestic space business. He also served as the COO of 7-bites, where he directed the development of an anime goods C2C marketplace app. During that time, he also led a number of teams ranging from customer support to business development, resulting in the Animate Group purchasing the service in 2013.

    • 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
      教授

      白坂 成功

      Seiko Shirasaka

      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 a 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.

    • 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 founded in 2008, aiming for practical utilization of microsatellite technology. The company has so far developed and launched three commercial microsatellites, which enabled it to become the first startup to develop a JAXA's satellite. Axelspace also succeeded in a large-scale fundraising and is now constructing AxelGlobe, which is the daily entire-Earth monitoring platform as a new-generation infrastructure.

    • ジェド・サンドウォール

      Panelist

      Jed Sundwall

      アマゾンウェブサービス グローバルリード- オープンデータプログラム

      ジェド・サンドウォール

      Jed Sundwall

      Global Lead - Open Data Program / AWS

      Jed Sundwall leads the global open data program at Amazon Web Services, which researches ways the AWS cloud can make data easier to discover, access, and use. The AWS open data program has democratized access to petabytes of data, including satellite imagery, genomic data, and data used for natural language processing. Throughout his career, he has used the Internet to improve the quality of governance around the world through work with NOAA, the World Bank, U.S. Department of State, NASA, European Space Agency, and the World Wildlife Fund. He has a master’s degree in Public & International Affairs from the University of California in San Diego, where he was named a Schoepflin Fellow for his work with the Center for Digital Inclusion, a Brazilian nonprofit organization that uses technology to fight poverty and stimulate entrepreneurship.

    • マイク・キム

      Panelist

      Mike Kim

      オービタルインサイト ジェネラルマネジャー

      マイク・キム

      Mike Kim

      General Manager, Orbital Insight

      As Director of Sales and General Manager of Japan, Mike leads the APAC business. His primary role is to lead the Tokyo office and the growing Japan business. He oversees the Tokyo office, sales, business development, partner management, and customer delivery for the Japan market. Previously, Mike was a founding enterprise sales team member at Dialpad (Google Ventures, Andreessen Horowitz), a cloud-based unified communications technology company where he helped grow the US and international business. Prior to Dialpad, Mike joined Keith Ferrazzi (CMO of Deloitte and Starwood Hotels and author of “Never Eat Alone”) as a Managing Director at Ferrazzi Greenlight, and helped lead the management consulting firm providing professional services to Fortune 500 companies. Mike has roots at Deloitte Consulting where he was one of the leads for the Palantir relationship and oversaw Big Data projects using the analytics tool. At the firm, he founded a group applying technology and analytics to social issues such as anti-human trafficking and human rights. He’s passionate about applying technology to solve some of today’s global challenges and issues. Prior to his business career, he volunteered for 4-years at the China-North Korea border helping refugees and human trafficking victims.

    • 青木 英剛

      Moderator

      Hidetaka Aoki

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

      青木 英剛

      Hidetaka Aoki

      Partner/Space Business Evangelist, Global Brain/SPACETIDE

      Hidetaka Aoki is a Space Business Evangelist and a partner in charge of Space & Robotics at Global Brain (GB), a venture capital firm based in Tokyo. He oversees the investment activities for space, robotics and new technology sectors all over the world. He co-founded SPACETIDE Foundation. He is also a member of the Japanese government’s committee on National Space Policy. Hidetaka joined GB from Dream Incubator (DI) where he was an evangelist for the space business, developed strategies and consulted for the clients. Prior to DI, he developed “Kounotori” (HTV), Japan’s first automated cargo spacecraft, as an aerospace engineer at Mitsubishi Electric and won a number of awards.

  • 12:20-13:20
    BREAK
  • 13:20-13:40
    PRESENTATION2
    • ジェフ・ファイギー

      Speaker

      Jeff Feige

      スペースフロンティア財団
      会長

      ジェフ・ファイギー

      Jeff Feige

      Chairman of the Board,
      Space Frontier Foundation

      Jeff Feige is currently Chairman of the Board of the Space Frontier Foundation and has held this position since 2013. In this role, he oversees the strategic direction of the organization and top level industry and partner interfaces. The Space Frontier Foundation is a not-for-profit organization committed to the expansion of humanity’s presence in space. The expansion of humanity beyond Earth requires the harnessing of private enterprise in the development of space to be successful. As one of several activities to fulfill its mission, the Space Frontier Foundation is also the host of the NewSpace conference – the premier event in the world for entrepreneurial disruptive space companies. Prior to his work with the Space Frontier Foundation, Jeff Feige was the CEO of Orbital Outfitters Ltd., the world’s first private spacesuit company. Before that, he worked as a strategy and policy associate at PoliSpace, a political consulting firm supporting space entrepreneurs in business development, government relations, and public affairs. Prior to joining PoliSpace, Feige was the Assistant to the Executive Director of the Aerospace States Association (ASA), an organization representing the U.S. States on matters relating to Aerospace policy. In addition to his work in the space industry, he sits on the board of directors of Talon Aerospace LLC., a lighting company focused on supporting the commercial aircraft industry through the replacement of incandescent lighting systems with LED products.

  • 13:40-14:50
    PANEL3 | 宇宙飛行の新時代New era of spaceflight
    Global launch industry is in the midst of major transformation. In the US, innovative technologies such as flight proven rockets and micro launchers for small satellites are redefining access to space. In addition, some private companies are expected to start commercial space tourism in the near future. Even in Japan, established companies and start-ups are tackling development of new technologies. With leading industry players, we will discuss the future of spaceflight industry in this session.
    • 浅川 恵司

      Panelist

      Keiji Asakawa

      株式会社クラブツーリズム・スペースツアーズ
      代表取締役社長

      浅川 恵司

      Keiji Asakawa

      President and CEO
      Club Tourism Space Tours Inc

      Education: Graduated from Seikei University ( Department of Economics) Career: 40 years experiences in various fields of the tourism business such as entertainment, sport and culture with Kinki Nippon Tourist.Co. Ltd.and Club Tourism International, Ltd. 2005: Started the role of the official sales agency for Virgin Galactic space tours in Japan. 2014: Launched a new company “Club Tourism Space Tours Inc” and assumed the presidency. Written works: “ Meeting point-Narita, Destination-Space” by Futabasha “The First Space Travel” by Neko Publishing

    • 稲川貴大

      Panelist

      Takahiro Inagawa

      インターステラテクノロジズ株式会社
      代表取締役社長

      稲川貴大

      Takahiro Inagawa

      President & CEO, Interstellar Technologies Inc.

      Completed Major in Mechanical and Physics Engineering, Tokyo Institute of Technology. In the age of students, He designed human-powered airplanes and hybrid rockets. After graduating from Master, joined Interstellar Technologies, Current position since 2014. He is developping small rockets to realize ""the future where everyone can reach into space"". He launched MOMO, the first sounding rocket to reach into space as a private company development in Japan. And he is also developing nano-launcher ""ZERO"" that can orbit nano/micro satellites.

    • 小笠原宏

      Panelist

      Dr. Ko OGASAWARA

      三菱重工業株式会社 防衛・宇宙セグメント
      宇宙事業部 副事業部長 兼 営業部長
      博士(工学)

      小笠原宏

      Dr. Ko OGASAWARA

      VP & General Manager, Space Systems Division & Director, Business Development Department Space Systems Division Integrated Defense & Space Systems Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Ltd.

      Dr. Ko Ogasawara is Vice President and General Manager, Space Systems Division, doubles as Director responsible for business development of all space business at Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Ltd. (MHI). He obtained a Master of Engineering degree from Kyoto Univ. in 1988, and started to work at MHI as a structure engineer for Japanese main launch vehicles. Since 1991, he had been engaged in Japanese mini Space Shuttle, the HOPE-X program for 10 years. Then, he was assigned to manager of launch vehicle performance analysis section from 2008. In 2011, as deputy director of Systems Engineering Department, he directed all MHI’s space programs from engineering point of view. Since 2014 he has been in the current position. He actively expands MHI’s space business such as, marketing H2A launch service for international customers, proposing post International Space Station programs, searching cooperation with New Space players. He also works as outside board member of several space company related to and has also been teaching at universities as a lecturer over 15 years.

    • 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.

    • テッド・マクファーランド

      Panelist

      Ted McFarland

      ブルーオリジン 
      アジア・パシフィック・コマーシャルディレクター

      テッド・マクファーランド

      Ted McFarland

      Commercial Director Asia Pacific, Blue Origin

      Ted McFarland has had a diverse career in satellite communications, broadcasting and space technologies. Highlights include work for Hughes to implement early satellite systems such as Asiasat, Palapa, JCSat, SCC, Measat, Thaicom and others. He served as first in region President for Turner Broadcasting and was a pioneer in pay television services in Asia with CNN and Cartoon Networks. He has served as President and board member for CASBAA, APSCC, PTC and other NGOs. Ted has launch experience working with Atlas, Proton, Long March, Delta, Ariane 44L and 5 as well as ealy dialog with India's PSLV & GSLV systems.
      Ted is now responsible for bringing Blue Origin's New Glenn commercial launch services to market in the Asia Pacific region as well as the New Shepard sub-orbital Space Tourism and research capabilities.

    • 小畑 俊裕

      Moderator

      Toshihiro Obata

      東京大学大学院 工学系研究科 航空宇宙工学専攻
      中須賀・船瀬研究室 研究員
      /SPACETIDE

      小畑 俊裕

      Toshihiro Obata

      Researcher Nakasuka-Funase lab. Department of Aeronautics and Astronautics The University of Tokyo
      /SPACETIDE

      Toshihiro Obata received an M.S. in Engineering from University of Tokyo in 1997. He was with Mitsubishi Electric Corporation for more than 19 years. He was the leader of the attitude control subsystem of the earth observation satellite. Then he was the manager of systems engineering of the earth observation satellite. He worked for TerraSAR-X in Astrium (now Airbus DS) Friedrichshafen, Germany as an exchange engineer in 2004. He left the company in 2016 and now works with the Nakasuka-Funase laboratories in University of Tokyo as the leader of the satellite bus system of the small SAR (Synthetic Aperture Radar) satellite program, which aims to build the constellation of the SAR satellites and start launching satellites in 2019. He is now enjoying making new ‘tides’ by realizing constellation of small SAR satellites and their commercial utilization, mass-production of small satellites and cubesats, autonomous operation of satellites, and every other challenge that leads the space business more attractive and familiar for everyone.

  • 15:10-15:30
    PRESENTATION3
    • 若田 光一

      Speaker

      Koichi Wakata, Dr. Eng.

      宇宙飛行士/国立研究開発法人 宇宙航空研究開発機構
      理事

      若田 光一

      Koichi Wakata, Dr. Eng.

      Astronaut/Director JAXA

      Dr. Koichi Wakata was born in 1963 in Saitama, Japan. He received Master of Science in Applied Mechanics from Kyushu University in 1989. He worked as an aircraft structural engineer for Japan Airlines in 1989.
      In 1992, he was selected as an astronaut candidate by the National Space Development Agency of Japan (NASDA, currently JAXA) and joined NASDA in the same year. He started training in the 14th National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) Astronaut Candidate training in August 1992 and was qualified as a Mission Specialist (MS) in August 1993. In January 1996, he flew as the first Japanese MS on STS-72 and performed tasks including robotics operations for the retrieval of the Japanese Space Flyer Unit satellite launched by a Japanese H-II rocket, and for the support of the spacewalks.
      In October 2000, he became the first Japanese astronaut to work on the International Space Station (ISS) assembly on STS-92, during which he was responsible for the robotics operations, installing the Z-1 Truss and Pressurized Mating Adapter-3 as well as supporting the spacewalks.
      He received Doctorate in Aerospace Engineering from Kyushu University in 2004.
      In 2006, he served as the commander of the 10th NASA Extreme Environment Mission Operations (NEEMO10) mission, an undersea expedition at the National Oceanic & Atmospheric Administration’s “Aquarius” habitat in Florida, USA.
      From March to July 2009, he flew as the first resident ISS crew member from Japan and served as a Flight Engineer and the JAXA Science Officer on Expeditions 18, 19 and 20 as well as a MS for STS-119 and STS-127. His duties during the four-and-half month flight included the installation of the S6 Truss, the final assembly of Japanese Experiment Module (JEM) “Kibo”, a variety of experiments operations as well as ISS systems operations and maintenance.

  • 15:30-16:40
    PANEL4 | 創造:宇宙経済圏Creation: New Space Economy
    The question of this panel is "How far can humankind expand our economy?"We should discuss the prospect of leading space startups who work on commercial use of the International Space Station and deep space businesses.
    • 蒲原信治

      Panelist

      Nobuharu Kambara

      三菱電機株式会社 鎌倉製作所 衛星情報システム部
      次長

      蒲原信治

      Nobuharu Kambara

      Deputy General Manager, Advanced Satellite Systems Department, Kamakura Works, Mitsubishi Electric Corporation

      Nobuharu Kambara is Deputy General Manager of the Advanced Satellite Systems Department, Kamakura Works, Mitsubishi Electric Corporation (MELCO) since 2017. Prior to his appointment, Mr. Kambara was Senior Manager of the Business Planning and Administration Section, from 2016 to 2017. He served as Senior Manager of the Space Control Engineering Section from 2015 to 2016. Having joined MELCO in 1995, Mr. Kambara has been engaged in development of airborne electronics systems, guidance navigation and control system of H-II Transfer Vehicle (HTV), and attitude and orbit control system of geostationary application satellites. Mr. Kambara holds a Bachelor's degree in Aeronautics and Master's degree in Aeronautics and Astronautics from the School of Engineering of the University of Tokyo.

    • 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 studied Aerospace Engineering and received his M.S. degree at the Georgia Institute of Technology. Enchanted by Star Wars movies at a young age, the dawn of the new commercial space industry and the success of non-governmental entities like the Ansari XPRIZE drew his attention and curiosity. Takeshi chose to enter the consulting industry after graduation, where he developed team management skills and led multiple successful cost reduction projects.

    • マイケル・ルイス

      Panelist

      Michael Lewis

      ナノラックス
      最高技術責任者

      マイケル・ルイス

      Michael Lewis

      CTO, NanoRacks, LLC

      Michael is currently the Chief Technology Officer and Chief Engineer at NanoRacks, LLC, where he is responsible for overseeing the technical, scientific, and engineering direction for the company. He has developed, built, and flown experiment platforms to the International Space Station, including computer facilities, a centrifuge, and biology growth chambers. Michael helped develop the NRCSD (the NanoRacks CubeSat Deployer) system which has deployed over 200 satellites from the ISS, as well as a satellite deployer that has deployed 26 satellites off of the Orbital-ATK Cygnus spacecraft. Michael’s background is in structural engineering and Bioastronautics, which he studied at Colorado State University and the University of Colorado.

    • ピーター・マルケズ

      Panelist

      Peter Marquez

      アンダート・グローバル パートナー

      ピーター・マルケズ

      Peter Marquez

      Partner, Andart Global

      Peter Marquez is a Partner at Andart Global. In this role Peter provides space policy, strategy, management, and due diligence support to investors, governments, and industry. Previously Peter served as the Vice President for Global Engagement at Planetary Resources and was responsible for outreach with governments and was instrumental in the development and passage of space resource laws. Peter served at the White House in the National Security Council as the Director for Space Policy and was responsible for the development and execution of the space policies for Presidents Bush and Obama. Peter led the development of the 2010 U.S. National Space Policy. While at the White House, he began the U.S.-Japan strategic space dialogue initiative. Peter held various positions in Office of the Secretary of Defense and the United States Air Force related to space programs and classified programs and operations.

    • 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
      /SPACETIDE

      佐藤 将史

      Masashi Sato

      Senior Consultant, Nomura Research Institute, Ltd.
      /SPACETIDE

      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 Future Space Utlization"" by the Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communication.

  • 17:00-17:50
    ベンチャーピッチSTARTUP PITCH
    Space startups raised significant funding and made important business alliances in 2017. In addition, we can see a gradual increase in the number of ambitious entrepreneurs. Their vision and passion would be new driving force for space industry. This session will introduce a number of existing and new players from space startups. They will give short presentations.
    • 大西 俊輔

      Speaker

      Shunsuke Onishi

      株式会社QPS研究所 代表取締役社長 (CEO)

      大西 俊輔

      Shunsuke Onishi

      President and CEO, Institute for Q-shu Pioneers of Space

      Shunsuke Onishi is the President and CEO of institute for Q-shu Pioneers of Space, Inc (iQPS.) As a project leader of QSAT-EOS Project (50kg satellite launch project led by universities in Kyushu area), Onishi directed the satellite development and led the project into success in November 2014. In October 2013, Onishi joined iQPS, then became the CEO in April 2014. In October 2017, iQPS has raised 2.35 billion yen (around $21.3 million) as a Series A finance from 9 investors to realize the world first less than 100kg SAR (Synthetic Aperture Radar) satellite. iQPS is expected to launch its first small SAR satellite in the first half of 2019.Onishi holds Ph.D. in Engineering from Kyushu University Department of Aeronautics and Astronautics. He has participated in more than 10 satellite projects conducted by universities, companies, and JAXA.

    • 岡島礼奈

      Speaker

      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.

    • 河原裕美

      Speaker

      Yumi Kawahara

      株式会社スペース・バイオ・ラボラトリーズ
      代表取締役

      河原裕美

      Yumi Kawahara

      President, Space Bio-Laboratories Co., Ltd.

      Yumi Kawahara is President of Space Bio-Laboratories Co., Ltd. (SBL). She holds a Doctor degree in Hiroshima University, and has nutritionist. After holding Master degree in Hiroshima Prefecture Women’s University, she went on to Graduate School of Hiroshima University. In that time, she had chance to meet Professor Yuge and interested in Space and Regenerative Medicine. Then, Dr. Yuge and she established SBL as a venture company from Hiroshima University and placed new products Gravity Control Device “Gravite®”, which was introduced in NASA Kennedy Space Center, and Waking Support Robot “RE-Gait®” on the market. Microgravity is a unique environment to provide novel findings for us. SBL utilizes the advantage of microgravity for stem cell culture and other fields.

    • 亀田敏弘

      Speaker

      Toshihiro Kameda

      株式会社ワープスペース
      代表取締役 CEO

      亀田敏弘

      Toshihiro Kameda

      CEO, Warpspace Inc.

      Toshihiro KAMEDA earned his B.E. and M.E. at Univ. of Tokyo, and Ph.D. (MAE).at North Carolina State University. He is currently also working at Univ. of Tsukuba. During his education and research activities at Univ. of Tsukuba, he initiated Cubesat project in 2011 from the scratch, and has directed two satellite missions (ITF-1 and ITF-2) as the project leader. Taking advantage of his knowledge and technology based on various real experiences, he founded Warpspace Inc. in 2016 to provide new space utilization platform, with the concept “Play with Space”.

    • 永崎将利

      Speaker

      Masatoshi Nagasaki

      Space BD株式会社
      代表取締役社長

      永崎将利

      Masatoshi Nagasaki

      Co-Founder & CEO, Space BD Inc.

      Previously he founded Nagasaki & Co. in 2014 and the company has conducted various project and activities mainly in Education area.Prior, he served at Mitsui & Co., Ltd., one of the biggest conglomerate in Japan, and spent 11 years working in steel making and mineral resources (iron ore) industries, covered trading and business development positions including joint venture development in Brazil and Australia for 4 years in total.He graduated from Waseda University with a bachelor’s degree in education.

    • 彦坂雄一郎

      Speaker

      Yuichiro Hikosaka

      テレイグジスタンス株式会社 COO

      彦坂雄一郎

      Yuichiro Hikosaka

      COO, Telexistence inc.

      Yuichiro Hikosaka is Chief Operating Officer of Telexistence inc. The mission of Telexistence inc is to industrialize telexistence technology to dramatically change lives, organizations and society. Yuichiro joined Goldman Sachs after graduation. He worked as a structurer of derivative products, and a trader of bond, loan and distressed assets for about 9 years. Then he joined Fove inc. as Director & COO to lead VR business and mass production of VR headsets. In Telexistence inc., from providing workforce and entertainment perspective, Yuichiro is leading space related business to expand area, not only in the earth, where telexistence achieved.

    • 松本紋子

      Speaker

      Ayako Matsumoto

      ANAホールディングス(株) デジタル・デザイン・ラボ /
      (兼) 宇宙事業化プロジェクトメンバー

      松本紋子

      Ayako Matsumoto

      Digital Design Lab / ANA SPACELINE Project member, ANA HOLDINGS

      Ayako Matsumoto earned a Master's degree in Hydromechanics from Ochanomizu University of Tokyo in 2008. She worked for All Nippon Airways (ANA) as a flight dispatcher and flight standard service for 10 years. Currently, she works for ANA Holdings Digital Design Lab. She is a winner of Space Business Idea Contest "S-Booster2017" which was organized by the Cabinet Office, Government of Japan.

    • 城戸彩乃

      Navigator

      Ayano Kido

      宇宙ビジネスメディアsorabatake代表
      /SPACETIDE

      城戸彩乃

      Ayano Kido

      President, sorabatake.com
      /SPACETIDE

      Ayano Kido graduated from Tokyo Metropolitan University with a master degree of Aerospace Systems Engineering and established TELSTAR, a public relations association for space targeting teenagers, while attending university. After graduation, she established Sorabatake, a business media for space, to broadcast information to lower barriers to entry into space industry for young professionals, astropreneur and other enthusiast in the field. At the same time, she is currently working for Recruit Career Inc, where she is engaged in service design, UX design of new graduate employment area, as well as providing services for eliminating space industry bottlenecks, mainly by components import business / launch opportunity management at SpaceBD Inc.
      Expansion of the base of the space industry is her Key mission.

  • 17:50-19:00
    PANEL5 | 他産業の成長ドライバーとしての宇宙Space, as Growth Drivers for Other Industries
    Recent years, we are seeing more non-space companies entering into space-related businesses. In this session, we, with speakers from other industries conducting space-related business or projects, will discuss how business and technologies of space can be growth drivers for other industries, as well as prospects and expectations of space industry from a viewpoint of non-space industries.
    • 太田千尋

      Panelist

      Chihiro Ota

      慶應義塾大学ラグビー部 S&Cディレクター
      ラグビー日本代表S&Cコーチ

      太田千尋

      Chihiro Ota

      S&C Director, Keio University Rugby Football Club
      S&C Coach, Japan Rugby National Team

      Keio University Rugby Football Club S&C Director
      Japan Rugby National Team S&C coach
      Super Rugby Sunwolves S&C coach
      International Budo University Budo Sports Muster
      Keio University PhD Student
      Japan Sports Association Athletic Trainer

    • 金山秀樹

      Panelist

      Hideki Kanayama

      清水建設 フロンティア開発室
      宇宙開発部 部長

      金山秀樹

      Hideki Kanayama

      General Manager, Space Programs, Emerging Frontiers Division

      Engaging in Design and implementation of space strategy and policy of Shimizu Corporation and concurrently serving as President and CEO of CSP Japan, Inc. Before that, as a Director of Aerospace Policy and Industry at CSP Japan, managed more than 100 research and analysis projects and business development for Japanese government agencies and aerospace companies, as well as foreign aerospace firms.

    • 鈴木健吾

      Panelist

      Kengo Suzuki

      株式会社ユーグレナ
      取締役 研究開発担当

      鈴木健吾

      Kengo Suzuki

      euglena Co., Ltd. Director

      ・2016 Ph.D. in agriculture 2005-present Director, euglena Co., Ltd., Tokyo, Japan.
      ・Funded euglena Co., Ltd.
      ・Established mass cultivation method of Euglena 2003-2006 Graduate School of Agricultural and Life Sciences, The University of Tokyo, Tokyo, Japan 1999-2003 Faculty of Agriculture, The University of Tokyo, Tokyo, Japan.

    • 瀬川剛

      Panelist

      Tsuyoshi Segawa

      ソフトバンクグループ株式会社
      新規事業推進室 グループマネージャー

      瀬川剛

      Tsuyoshi Segawa

      SoftBank Group Corp. Group Manager, New Business Promotion

      In charge of equity investment and portfolio management of OneWeb, ARM, and other international tech portfolios. Prior to SoftBank, worked at International Finance Corporation and McKinsey & Company. His education includes BA in economics at Kyoto University and MBA at MIT Sloan.

    • 田中邦裕

      Panelist

      Kunihiro Tanaka

      さくらインターネット株式会社
      代表取締役社長

      田中邦裕

      Kunihiro Tanaka

      Founder & CEO President,
      SAKURA Internet Inc.

      Tanaka founded Sakura Internet in Dec 1996 while in National Institute of Technology, Maizuru College at Kyoto and started server hosting service.In 1999, he incorporated the company and became the president.

    • 水島淳

      Moderator

      Atsushi Mizushima

      西村あさひ法律事務所
      パートナー
      /SPACETIDE

      水島淳

      Atsushi Mizushima

      Partner, Nishimura & Asahi
      /SPACETIDE

      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, new business creation, 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 also takes positions of the Committee Member of Governmental Task Force for Issue Identification for the Environment Surrounding Space Businesses held by Japanese Government, as well as the Vice Chair of Space Law Committee of First Tokyo Bar Association. He is also a mentor at Boomtown Accelerator, a Colorado-based startup incubator. LL.B (the University of Tokyo, 2004) / MBA (Stanford University, 2013).

  • 19:00-19:15
    閉会Closing Remarks
  • 19:45-21:30
    ネットワーキングNetworking
    Networking will be held at the following venues.
    Nihonbashi Life Science Hub
    1-5-5, Nihonbashi-muromachi, Chuo-ku, Tokyo 103-0022

    *Networking will be held at another venue by the SPACETIDE Foundation

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    Principal, A.T. Kearney
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    Partner, Global Brain
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    Senior Consultant, Nomura Research Institute
  • Atsushi Mizushima (Director)
    Partner, Nishimura & Asahi

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