SPACE INDUSTRY INNOVATION COUNCIL

The Space Industry Innovation Council (the Space Council) was established on 19 November 2009 and concluded their activities on 31 December 2012. The Space Council's final report will add to the conversation on the importance of an innovative and sophisticated Australian space industry and can be downloaded by clicking the following link.

Space Industry Innovation Council: Report 2012 (final report)

The report includes several attachments:

Attachment A - Space Sector Strategic Road Map 2010-2020

Attachment B - Space Council Activity

Attachment C - Summary of Space Council Findings and Recommendations 2010 & 2011

Attachment D - Biographies of the Space Council Members

  

Working Groups Reports

 The Space Council Working Groups produced the following reports:

    The Big Ear for the Southern Hemisphere Working Group's report is titled 'The Big Ear Concept: Location, Location, Location!' to view the report click here.

    The Government Alignment Working Group's report is titled 'Government Alignment in Space Policy and Services' to view the report click here.

    The Position, Navigation and Timing Working Group's report is titled 'Position, Navigation and Timing Working Group Report' to view the report click here.

    The Synthetic Aperture Radar Working Group's report is titled ' Synthetic Aperture Radar Working Group Report' to view the report click here.


The Space Council also established an additional Working Group to provide guidance on the priorities in Earth Observations from Space. The Working Group encouraged the development of the report Australian Government Earth Observations from Space (EOS) National Infrastructure; Priorities for Australia's Space Policy in June 2011. The Space Council has endorsed this paper, which can be viewed at the Earth Observation page.

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