ABOUT SPACE TECH EXPO
Space Tech Expo 2013 brings together global decision makers involved in the design, build, and testing of spacecraft, satellite, launch vehicle, and space-related technologies. Located at Long Beach Convention Center, California, USA, this unique industry showcase is the perfect arena in which to conduct business.
“We made a commitment to display our Lynx Spacecraft for the first time in full scale in the United States here and it’s turned out wonderfully...we had a lot of activity, a lot of great people, a lot of good questions and some very good business contacts” Andrew Nelson, Chief Operating Officer, XCOR AEROSPACE
In 2012 Space Tech Expo showcased over 135 space-qualified exhibitors. More than 170 companies are expected to take part in 2013. With routes to market through global media partners, ongoing support from its advisory board and channels via associations and industry bodies, Space Tech Expo is the premier meeting place connecting end-users with solution providers: a platform for industry leaders, specifiers, and buyers to meet manufacturers and the supply chain for both civil and commercial space.
As one of the largest industry gatherings in the world, Space Tech Expo attracts scientists, engineers, and C-level professionals, government representatives, policy makers, space agencies, military, venture capitalists and investors, industry entrepreneurs, and buyers from the satellite communications marketplace.
- Space Tech Conference - Purpose built conference suite located on the show floor
- Open Tech Forum - A dedicated platform for exhibitors to present technical offerings and innovations to our audience
- Focused evening networking events
- Integrated Scheduling - 2013 will see refined scheduling between its conference & exhibition opening times, with breakouts to maximize delegate engagement with exhibitors.
- Space Experience Park - Building on the success of the Human Spaceflight Park, 2013 will showcase even more space-related hardware including satellites, sub-orbital and orbital craft