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The Elara Edge: Expert Insights on Space Security

Ground systems connect with satellites

In this episode of “The Elara Edge: Expert Insights on Space Security.” Former Major General Mike Carey, a partner at Elara Nova: The Space Consultancy, shares his point of view on R2C2 and the role of ground systems and their command and control capability to facilitate dynamic space operations.

The Elara Edge: Expert Insights on Space Security

In this episode of “The Elara Edge: Expert Insights on Space Security,” Major General (Ret.) Brook Leonard, partner at Elara Nova: The Space Consultancy, discusses the significance of the dynamic space operations requirement for Joint Force operations and how the recent Parallax Rising 2.2 tabletop exercise is an initial step in acquiring DSO capability.

The Elara Edge: Expert Insights on Space Security

In this episode of The Elara Edge: Expert Insights on Space Security, Elara Nova Senior Partner Col (Ret.) Rob Bongiovi shares his perspective on the role of launch in the TacRS process, and emphasizes that launch is just one factor – albeit an integral one – in establishing TacRS capability.

The Elara Edge: Expert Insights on Space Security

In this episode of The Elara Edge: Expert Insights on Space Security, host Scott King is joined by Elara Nova Senior Partners Lieutenant General (Ret.) Harry Raduege and his son, Brigadier General (Ret.) Chad Raduege to discuss how the DOD is securing its cybersecurity practices across its military services and defense-industrial base.

The Elara Edge: Expert Insights on Space Security

United States Capitol Building at night in Washington DC

In this episode of The Elara Edge: Expert Insights on Space Security, Elara Nova Senior Partner Sarah Mineiro discusses how Congress, through its policy and funding, can jumpstart Space Force acquisition.

The Elara Edge: Expert Insights on Space Security

Welcome to the inaugural episode of The Elara Edge: Expert Insights on Space Security! In this episode, Elara Nova Founding Partner and Major General Kim Crider (Ret.), former Chief Technology Innovation Officer for the United States Space Force, shares her perspective on the wide-ranging applications for artificial intelligence in national security space, as well as the inherent risks and challenges in developing the emerging technology responsibly.