Speaker Bio & Abstract
BiographyMrs. Kammy Brun is the Managing Director at HEAD Aerospace France, a 100% subsidiary of China HEAD Aerospace Group (HEAD). She managed the foundation of the European subsidiary of the Group in Paris in 2018 and is in charge of strategic business development of the company, corporate team management and commercial development, focusing on the European regions. Parallel to her role at HEAD, she currently is the co-chair of the Women-In-Aerospace (WIA-E) Paris local group. Before joining HEAD Aerospace, Kammy worked at Airbus Defense & Space (previous EADS) within the Strategic Business Growth division and at Astrium Services in Paris. She gained broad experience in the strategic market analysis as a consultant at Euroconsult, a private consulting firm in Paris, specialized in the Space sector. She specializes in analyzing the world government space program, commercial Earth observation and small satellite market. Kammy was also in charge of organizing Euroconsults World Satellite Business WeekSummit on Earth Observation Business for seven years. Kammy originally comes from Hong Kong, holds a bachelor (HK) in Applied Physics Engineering, a Master (France) in International Business Affairs, a master (France) in Legal Commercial Translation and a Bachelor of Applied Foreign Language. She is native in Chinese (Cantonese & Mandarin), bilingual in English and French and basic in Spanish.AbstractNetherlands' National Data Portal: Monthly national mapping with VHR satellite imageryThe Netherlands Space Office (NSO) has been contracting HEAD Aerospace since 2019 with a 4 years contract until 2023 to provide national full country coverage monthly during the corps season over the entire territory of the Netherlands with submeter resolution optical satellite imagery. The 0.5m resolution optical image collected by the Superview (SV) constellation has been making available to all the users locating in the Netherlands via the national data portal hosted by the NSO. In this presentation, we will talk about how the Netherlands National Data Portal fulfill the needs in various application markets including agricultural mapping, national urban & infrastructure planning as well as water management. We will also show several use cases in the Netherlands such as automatic change detection of national road network by using satellite imageries, demonstrating how space technology can leverage social economic benefits.