A New Year should encourage all to work toward and experience a fresh start — the same certainly holds true for companies within the smallsat industry.
To assist in ensuring 2020 is a prosperous year for you, the SmallSat Symposium offers the information and networking required to successfully navigate the environs of smallsats and space. The SmallSat Symposium delivers...
- The latest developments in SmallSat communication constellations and emerging Earth Observation (EO) platforms.
- Insights from decision makers into what it takes to secure partnerships with government agencies in this new and exciting era.
- Networking with professionals across the SmallSat supply chain in a unique and fostering environment.
The Keynote for this years 2020 SmallSat Symposium will be delivered by Lieutenant General John F. Thompson, Commander, Space and Missile Systems Center, USAF Space Force Command. The general is responsible for more than 5,000 employees nationwide and an annual budget of $6 billion. As the Space Force Program Executive Officer for Space, General Thompson manages the research, design, development, acquisition, and sustainment of satellites and the associated command and control systems. His extensive portfolio includes military satellite communication, missile warning, navigation and timing, space- based weather, space launch and test ranges, certification for launch, space superiority, responsive space and other emerging evolutionary space programs. His Keynote will occur on February 4 from 2:45 to 3:30 p.m.