[SatNews] On August 8-13, 2015, the 29th AIAA/USU Conference on Small Satellites in Logan, Utah, Small Satellite Conference, will explore the current state and future possibilities within the critical systems that support mission success.
Truly effective small satellite missions require success across multiple systems. These systems include: launch, satellite, payload, ground network, mission operations and data analysis.
Over the past few decades, satellite mission and systems developers have made critical advancements in each of these areas. These advancements have proven the utility of small satellite missions in military, civilian, and commercial endeavors.
Taggart Student Center
Utah State University
Logan, Utah, USA
The Conference's Keynote Speaker is John E. Hyten, Commander, Air Force Space Command, Peterson Air Force Base, Colorado.
General Hyten is responsible for organizing, equipping, training and maintaining mission-ready space and cyberspace forces and capabilities for North American Aerospace Defense Command, U.S. Strategic Command and other combatant commands around the world. General Hyten also oversees Air Force network operations; manages a global network of satellite command and control, communications, missile warning and space launch facilities; and is responsible for space system development and acquisition. General Hyten earned a BS in Engineering and Applied Sciences from Harvard University and an MBA from Auburn University. He is also a distinguished graduate of Squadron Officer School and Air Command and Staff College, both at Maxwell AFB, Alabama.
Registration is open and you can save by registering before May 7. Register here.