An authoritative joint defence space forum designed for NATO and its partners to build mutual understanding and awareness of the evolving space landscape, benchmark their space strategies and doctrine, and outline their plans for future capabilities for operations from and for space.
The Space Operations Summit is designed to bring together the international military space enterprise to identify new opportunities for joint collaboration, overcome new and emerging threats, and enhance allied space resilience, intelligence and decision-making in support of global security objectives.
Ahead of the publication of NATO’s first Space Policy, we are pleased to host a forum that strengthens coordination between allies and commercial and civil partners for global defence operations, enabling us to enhance our collective space capabilities and build decision-advantage across multiple domains.
Chief Scientist, Space Vehicles
Air Force Research Laboratory
Nigerian Defence Space Administration
Director of the Barreira do Inferno Launch Center
Brazilian Air Force
Space SME, Formula and Strategy
LUX Space Policy, Directorate of Defense
Ministry of Foreign and European Affairs
Joint ISR, Space SME
NATO Communications and Information Agency (NCIA)
Enable NATO and its partners to benchmark their defence space policies to develop coherent approaches to emerging operational threats
Develop clearer understanding and articulation of joint doctrine to plan, execute, and assess joint space operations
Encourage closer collaboration between government and both traditional and non-traditional defence contractors
Stimulate dialogue about the evolving space landscape, emerging threats to space assets and the growth in opportunities for the military to leverage the commercial space revolution