PSSI’s Space Security Conference series, launched in 2011, has become a leading high-level trilateral (i.e. Europe, U.S., and Japan) space security gathering. Five such international conferences have been convened to date, involving leading space policy-makers, senior military and civil government officials, industry leaders, and distinguished NGO and academia representatives, from Europe, the U.S., and Japan. Previous PSSI Space Security Conferences were held in Prague (in 2011, 2016, and 2019), Tokyo (in 2013), and Washington, DC (in 2017). The key partnering organizations have included the Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS), the Japanese Prime Minister’s Office of National Space Policy, the European Space Agency (ESA), the European Space Policy Institute (ESPI), Japan’s Cabinet Satellite Intelligence Center (CSICE), and the Secure World Foundation (SWF). More information about the past events is available here.
Jean-Jacques Tortora, Director, European Space Policy Institute; Hiroshi Koyama, Fellow, Electronic Systems Group, Mitsubishi Electric Corporation; and Tanja E. Zegers, Policy Officer, DG for Internal Market Industry, Entrepreneurship and SME – DG GROW, European Commission at the 2019 PSSI Space Security Conference.
Gen Michel Friedling, Commander, French Joint Space Command; Heidi Robinson, Director for Engagement, U.S. Department of Defense; Steve Eisenhart, Senior Vice President for Strategic and International Affairs, the Space Foundation; Cassandra Steer, Interim Executive Director, Women in International Security - Canada; and Lt Col Manfred Schwiebert, German Ministry of Defence at the 2019 PSSI Space Security Conference.
David Elliman of the Bawd Foundation; Shuzo Takada, Director General of the National Space Policy Secretariat of the Japanese Prime Minister’s Cabinet Office; and Toshihiko Kasahara, Deputy Director of the Cabinet Satellite Intelligence Center, at the 2019 conference Gala Dinner.
Lt. Gen. David D. Thompson, Vice Chief of Space Operations of the United States Space Force; and Roger W. Robinson Jr., Chairman and Co-Founder of PSSI at the 2019 PSSI Space Security Conference.
Participants at the 2019 Space Conference.
National Space Council’s Dr. Scott Pace and AGI’s Travis Langster during a panel discussion at the March 2017 PSSI Space Security Conference.
General Robert C. Kehler addressing gala dinner guests at the 2016 PSSI Space Security Conference in Prague.
Eric Stallmer, President of the Commercial Spaceflight Federation; Peter Marquez, then Vice President for Global Engagement of the Planetary Resources; and Travis Langster, Vice President for AGI’s Space Situational Awareness Business Unit during the panel discussion at the 2016 PSSI Space Security Conference.
Lt.Gen. David J. Buck, Commander, 14th Air Force (Air Forces Strategic), Air Force Space Command, at the 2016 PSSI Space Security Conference gala dinner.
2011 PSSI Space Security Conference Speakers.
PSSI’s Space Security Program Director Dr. Jana Robinson Director and Adm. Dennis Blair during the 2011 PSSI Space Security Conference.
Kai-Uwe Schrogl, ESA, Oldrich Cerny, PSSI, and Jiri Schneider, then 1st Deputy Foreign Minister at the 2011 PSSI Space Security Conference.
PSSI’s Space Security Conference will be held on June 19—21, 2022 in Prague. We believe that industry participation in, and contribution to, this high-level gathering will provide an essential perspective to these proceedings. We would like to invite your company to be part of this world-class event and help move what we call E&F space — or the economic and financial dimensions of space — into mainstream space security decision-making.
The past conferences have been attended by some 200 senior-level civil and military government officials, industry representatives, as well as non-governmental experts. The event is planned to be held at the Czernin Palace (the seat of the Czech Ministry of Foreign Affairs) under the auspices of the Czech Ministries of Foreign Affairs, Transport, and Defence.
Dr. Jana Robinson, Managing Director