WEBCAST MAR 1 – IPNSIG Academy Talk 11: Space Policy, Perspective on IPN Governance – Scott Pace

isoc liveOn Wednesday March 1 2023 at 5pm-6pm EST (22:00-23:00 UTC) the Interplanetary Networking Special Interest Group (IPNSIG) presents the 11th IPNSIG Academy presentation. ‘Space Policy, Perspective on IPN Governance‘.

When humans last visited the lunar surface, the internet did not exist and all communications and navigation functions were under the control of a single country (the United States).

This presentation briefly covers primary governance issues, from numbering conventions and spectrum allocations, to time standards and domain definitions. The issues are broader than those covered by the Internet Engineering Task Force, and builders of the interplanetary internet will have to navigate among multiple organizations, including the United Nations, and Artemis Accord signatories. There are no fundamental barriers, but it is important to think about governance issues early so as to prioritize technical and political resources while avoiding delays and unnecessary frictions.

Dr. Scott Pace, Director, Space Policy Institute / Institute for International Science and Technology Policy / MA International Science and Technology Policy, Elliott School of International Affairs, George Washington University

Dr. Vint Cerf, Vice President / Chief Internet Evangelist, Google

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