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C&M SPACE INVESTMENT Registration Number: 2005/149595/23 hereinafter referred to as (“C & M”) presentation to. THE PORTFOLIO COMMITTEE ON SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOY 03 JUNE 2008, PARLIAMENT, CAPE TOWN. INTRODUCTION. Established in 2005 by Siyabonga Copiso & Mzukisi Mazula

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C&M SPACE INVESTMENTRegistration Number: 2005/149595/23hereinafter referred to as (“C & M”)presentation to

THE PORTFOLIO COMMITTEE ON SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOY

03 JUNE 2008, PARLIAMENT, CAPE TOWN

introduction
INTRODUCTION
  • Established in 2005 by SiyabongaCopiso & MzukisiMazula
  • Main objectives are to;
    • build the first Black-owned and Managed Company in South African space industry
    • Participate in Satellite Manufacturing activities and
    • Promote Satellite-based solutions for the socio-economic challenges of the African continent
    • Encourage participation of SMMEs and Youth in Space, especially those in previously disadvantaged communities
    • Motivate and be a role model for the Youth of South Africa
c m chairman
C&M CHAIRMAN
  • Head: Government Relations (SUNSPACE)
  • A former MATHS Teacher @St John’s College, MTATA
  • Bsc(ED),WSUT & Post Grad Diploma in Sat. Eng, SU & Diploma in Management Studies
  • DOC Employee for more than 5yrs
  • 5YRS- ITU Experience
  • Attended ICT/Space related courses in US(USTTI), Australia, UK & Canada
c m ceo
C&M CEO
  • Head: Government Programmes(SUNSPACE)
  • A former MATHS Teacher @St John’s College, MTATA
  • Bsc(ED), WSUT & Masters in Engineering Science, SU
  • Sentech PTY(LTD) Employee, National Signal Distributor for 3yrs
  • PROJECT MANAGER for SUMBANDILA-sat based in SU
c m s contribution to the space industry
C&M’s CONTRIBUTION TO THE SPACE INDUSTRY
  • Founder and a facilitator of (25+1 %) BEE transaction with Sunspace
  • Project Management of South Africa’s “second” satellite SUMBANDILA-sat
  • Introduced and conceptualized the second payload for SUMBANDILA-sat i.e.“Communications Payload”
  • Participated in the management and facilitation of Internships and HCD in different Universities in the country
c m s contribution cont
C&M’s CONTRIBUTION CONT’
  • Initiated the GEO Stationery Satellite Feasibility Study for South Africa
  • Initiated Satellite related R&D activities
sumbandila mission objectives
SUMBANDILA Mission Objectives
  • The development and growth of people and institutions
  • Providing satellite data for applications addressing the needs of society
  • Understanding the modalities of a small satellite program in order to inform the space policy process in South Africa
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Small Satellite 180kg – 500kg

Micro-Satellite 30-90 kg

building a satellite sensor system
Building a Satellite Sensor System

Launch

Applications

Human ResourceDevelopment

Control and Ground Operations

Satellite Bus

development of human resources for za 002
Development of Human Resources for ZA-002
  • Schools program
    • More provinces and link some of the experiments directly to space
  • Post graduate satellite engineering
    • * A steady state team of 18 students p..a (16 M.Eng and 2 Phd) plus a post-doc position
    • * Student output not on critical path and only used if of sufficient quality
  • * Industry experience
    • Intership program with Satellite Development Toolkit for 5 to 8 people per annum
why space agency for sa
WHY SPACE AGENCY FOR SA?
  • The Space Agency will have a role of consolidating all Government and industry efforts around space to make 1 VISION
  • SANSA to build operational satellites for Earth observation, Communication, etc. SA Space Missions
  • Promote sustainable economic development through, SMMEs development and capacity building programmes
  • To position South Africa as a leader in the African Space race, without promoting duplication of activities but rather looking at partnerships which prove to be mutually beneficial, in astronomy, science or military missions.
  • SANSA ‘s dedicated Bill will provide recognition for the space capabilities that have been developed over the decades for SA (Dedicated Bill = Dedicated Budget)
specific comments on the space bill
SPECIFIC COMMENTS ON THE SPACE BILL
  • In Section 3(b),

This clause should include “creation and development of SMMEs” and should read as follows;

support the creation and development of SMMEs and an environment conducive to industrial development in space technologies;

2. In Section 4.2(b), the word “dispose” needs some definition in the form of footnote or in Section 1 of this Bill.

It is in the interests of C&M and the country that space related facilities, technology or institutions be given a second chance or an alternative. C&M suggest the development of a policy that will guide the disposal of any space related property.

3. In Section 4.2(c) C&M suggests that it(the Agency) be not be limited to borrowing but other financial arrangements like PPP be allowed to the Agency.

recommendation 1
RECOMMENDATION 1
  • Role of ACADEMIC INSTITUTIONS
    • SANSA build its capabilities around capable Universities and technikons
    • This approach will help build reliable skills and advance R&D&I capabilities
    • The Intellectual Property (IP) of SANSA will be protected, innovated and taken from one generation to the next
recommendation 2
RECOMMENDATION 2
  • Role of Industry
    • Strengthen SANSA’s vision and participation in space activities
    • Build operational systems using indigenous technology.
    • Provide opportunities for employment and contribution to GDP.
    • Build an export market and leadership in technology
recommendation 3
RECOMMENDATION 3
  • Role of Portfolio Committee;

“ To provide oversight role in the activities of Government/Ministry of Science & Technology”

“To provide support for ADEQUATE FUNDING for THE AGENCY”

conclusion
Conclusion
  • The industry has established a critical mass of micro-satellite engineering capability and its growing
  • National Space Audit performed by the DST
  • SANSA will have to come up with a Space programme that will unlock the FULL potential of this industry
  • We are positive about the Future
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