The success of future space missions relies on end-to-end solutions created through the critical integration of ground and space networks. In this panel, industry and government leaders will explore the intersection of this digital transformation and discuss the opportunities and challenges in creating a collaborative digital workflow.
Prior to founding H.S. Dracones, she served as the Director of Business Development for Perceptronics Solutions Inc. and as a Congressional Liaison for the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) providing advice to senior leadership and technical offices on Congressional engagement strategies to maintain the agency’s position and reputation as a premier science and technology organization. Kelli holds a Master’s Degree in Government and Security Studies from the Johns Hopkins University, a certificate in Public Policy from the Leon and Silvia Panetta Institute for Public Policy, and a Bachelor’s Degree in International Security and Conflict Resolution from San Diego State University.Dr. Kuan Collins
Kuan Collins is a recognized expert and resource in specialized engineering and data analytics. A Ph.D., Kuan draws on her judgment and expertise derived from her 19 years of experience to develop technical strategies, architectures, and roadmaps for solving total system challenges for intelligent software and analytics customers.Tim Deaver
Tim brings 30 years of space system experience ranging from satellite design, operations, acquisition to policy and intelligence. He holds a degree in Space System Design from University of Colorado and a Digital Communications degree from University of Nebraska.James Hinds
James has 30 years of experience in space and satellites. As CEO of OneWeb Satellites, he is responsible for strategic planning of its Space Systems business. Other satellite experience includes time at Airbus and Boeing.Matt Krynovich
Matt is Responsible for AWS account management of U.S. Space Force and other U.S. Government space related activities. Matt also served as a leader in Lockheed Martin’s aerospace and defense business with a focus on satellites. He holds business degrees from University of Colorado, the George Washington University, and Auburn University.