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The virtual experience to understand the changing satellite ecosystem, network among leading executives, and learn about next generation technology. Gain deep insight into the current and future satellite business domain Participate with live polling and Q&A Invite-only speaker list ensures a strong line-up and focus on important industry topics from a diversity of perspectives One-on-one video chat with conference attendees, exhibitors, sponsors and speakers Meeting invitation and scheduling two weeks before, during and after the event Connect with new and…Find out more »
This complimentary How to Get to Space Webinar will review the rapidly growing and disruptive small satellite space industry including a look at the multi-CubeSat and ThinSat form factors. From the business to the design, supply chain, and costs, this short webinar will get you acquainted with all the important tools and concepts necessary to enter the space domain.Find out more »
Join us for the 2020 AAS von Braun Memorial Symposium taking place online October 26-28 where you can get up to date on the latest space exploration technology and projects. The event features panels and guest speakers from government, industry, and academia including Jim Bridenstine, Kathy Lueders, Scott Pace, Mike Griffin, Carissa Christensen, and more! Concise sessions and Q&A allow for engaging discussion. Join us!Find out more »
CONFERS will host its third Global Satellite Servicing Forum (GSSF) in a virtual format. This is the premier annual event for discussing industry-led operational standards, as well as technology, market, and policy developments in on-orbit satellite servicing and maintenance capabilities (including manufacturing and assembly). These areas are emerging as the cornerstone of future commercial and civil space activities.Find out more »
The American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics (AIAA) has announced that ASCEND will be fully virtual in 2020. The online experience is being designed to allow anyone on Earth who is interested in advancing space exploration and commerce to participate. Dan Dumbacher, Executive Director, AIAA ASCEND is now expected to convene twice the originally projected attendance, further accelerating progress toward building a sustainable civilization off our planet. “We believe that humans already possess the technology, experience, and ambition to build and…Find out more »
The space industry is experiencing a rapid growth while more companies, organizations, and individuals are interested in being a part of the progress. The goal of this course is to help build both the business and technical acumen of those stakeholders with a reinforced understanding of the process, design, and market of small satellite systems. This one-day course is the all-in-one platform covering how to create a successful mission. This course will provide an outline of the systems engineering approach…Find out more »