14th International Conference on Space Operations (SpaceOps 2016)
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14th International Conference on Space Operations (SpaceOps 2016)

16 - 20 May 2016
Location: Daejeon, Korea
Venue: Daejeon Convention Center

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SpaceOps 2016

Hosted by KARI (Korea Aerospace Research Institute) and organized by AIAA (American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics), SpaceOps 2016 is a technical forum of the space operations community that addresses state-of-the-art operations principles, methods, and tools. SpaceOps 2016 (Theme: “Expanding the Space Community”) provides the opportunity for you to share experience, challenges, and innovation solutions with colleagues from around the globe. Held biennially since 1990, the conference will attract technologists, scientists, managers from space agencies, academia and fosters managerial and technical interchanges on all aspects of space mission operations.


 Conference attendees can expect:


  • Encouraging stronger developing countries’ participation in Space Ops activities
  • Making a personal and technical network with leading-edge space operation experts in academia, government, and industry
  • Attracting experts, young professionals, and students’ interest to space and state-of-the-art technologies


 For more information regarding SpaceOps 2016, please visit http://www.spaceops2016.org/


Conference Topics

  • Operations Concepts and Flight Execution (OCFE)
  • Ground Systems, Communications and Data Processing (GSCDP)
  • Guidance, Navigation and Control (GNC)
  • Mission Design and Management (MDM)
  • Planning and Scheduling (PS)
  • Cross Support, Interoperability and Standards (CSIS)
  • Human Systems and Operations (HSO)
  • Small Satellite and Commercial Space Operations (SSCSO)
  • Launcher, Rockets and Balloon Operations (LRBO)
  • Emerging Space Operations in Asia and Developing Countries (ESO)


Key Statistics from SpaceOps 2014

  • 620 attendees
  • 29 countries represented
  • 333 technical paper published


Presenter Information

Standard AV Equipment 

Each room will be equipped with the following standard equipment

  • Projector Screen
  • Projector
  • Laptop computer
  • Wireless remote with a laser pointer
  • Microphones (wired for presenters, wireless for audience questions)


Special AV Requests

Any special requests for AV systems should be directed to secretariat@spaceops2016.org before the conference.


On-site Technical Assistance 

There will be a technician and staff in each room should any problems occur with the audio visual equipment.



The International Committee on Technical Interchange for Space Mission Operations and Ground Data Systems (SpaceOps Organization, also known as the SpaceOps Committee) is a spacecraft operations-oriented international association consisting of representatives from a majority of the space faring nations. SpaceOps was founded in 1990 to foster a continuous technical interchange on all aspects of space mission operations and ground data systems as well as to promote and maintain an international community of space operations experts.

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