Conference Overview

May 23-25, 2017, Pasadena, California

Space Tech Conference returns to Pasadena in 2017 with an insight-packed three-day agenda that will help commercial, military, government and academic organizations navigate the opportunities and challenges of doing business in an increasingly complex landscape.

Through keynotes, panels and audience-interactive discussion sessions, the conference will examine questions and issues including:

  • Implementing ‘Space Enterprise Vision’ – adapting to a new era in Air Force space requirements
  • New space and old space – how will incumbents and start-ups work together co-operating instead of competing?
  • Commercial, government and military collaboration in future space
  • Space funding and new space finance 
  • How do you accelerate from being a start up to a real market player?
  • Improving US commercial space competitiveness – increasing space exports
  • Small launch vehicles – addressing the bottleneck of getting into space
  • Space traffic management/ space situational awareness – managing congested space and assuring safety 
  • Scaling operations and manufacturing capabilities to support growth of mega constellations

 

Conference at-a-glance

Day 1 — Tuesday May 23

  • Implementing Space Enterprise Vision 
  • Commercial, government and military collaboration and innovation in future space
  • Improving US commercial space competitiveness – increasing space exports
  • Space traffic management/ space situational awareness – managing congested space and assuring safety 
  • Small sats / Small launch vehicles – addressing the bottleneck of getting into space

Day 2 — Tuesday May 24

  • Generating capital to creating new Space to Space Operations markets
  • Show us the ‘Market’: Building the business case
  • Managing the Traffic:  Balancing the need to track and mitigate debris with new business operations in Space
  • Tech Demo Panels:  How are we going to do it? Technologies that enable space to space services

Day 3 — May 25

  • New space and old space – how will incumbents and start-ups work together co-operating instead of competing?
  • How do you accelerate from being a start up to a real market player?
  • Space funding and new space finance 
  • Scaling operations and manufacturing capabilities to support growth of mega constellations

The full agenda will be published in February 2017

 

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