In its fifth year, Space Tech Expo - America’s meeting place for space technology and engineering is moving onwards and upwards to its new venue in Pasadena!
Co-located with Aerospace Electrical Systems Expo, the show encompasses capabilities ranging from cryogenics, laser systems, materials, nanotechnology, imaging, environmental test, motion simulation, magnetics, capacitors, spacewire, NDT and connectors through to electroforming, engineering services, precision machining, 3D printers, ground systems, mission management and reconnaissance satellites.
2016 welcomes new exhibitors including: JPL, BAE Systems, Dassault Systèmes, AeroVironment, MOOG Space & Defense, L-3 Electron, Avnet USI and many more. The Free Sessions - accessible with the free-of-charge exhibit hall pass - include presentations from JPL Cubesat Development Lab, ULA, Clyde Space, The Aerospace Corporation, Zodiac Aerospace, Siemens, Honeywell, Boeing, SMC, NASA, Defense Contracts Management Agency, Northrop Grumman and more. And if you wish to attend the paid full conference sessions, there is a fantastic line-up of presenters and panels including DIUx, US Strategic Command, OneWeb, Airbus, DARPA and Thales Alenia Space.
With attendance from engineers, program managers, R&D, executive management, procurement and academia, Space Tech Expo 2016 is even bigger and better, hosting its largest event ever with 240+ exhibiting companies and 1,700+ participating companies joining the show in Pasadena, CA, 24-26 May 2016.
With its multi-faceted technical conference program, comprehensive exhibition hall offerings and attendee networking opportunities, Space Tech Expo provides exhibitors with a one-of-a-kind marketplace, via one of the most highly targeted ROI channels of its type. 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.