[SatNews] ... conference focuses on the challenges and opportunities facing the military, commercial, and government space sectors
The Space Tech Conference 2015 is offering a sneak preview of some of the speakers and topics that will feature at the show next year.
The three-day program will discuss the challenges and opportunities facing the military, commercial and government space sectors; exploring the business models and technologies that will help stakeholders deliver successful missions at lower cost.
Featured topics include: Launch services market
- Partnerships and business models
- Reusability and affordability
- Mission assurance
- Meteorological requirements
- Transitioning technologies
- Ground systems architectures
- Hosted payloads
- Economics of small sats
- Small sat enabling technologies
- Small sat launch capabilities
- Earth observation and remote sensing
For a limited time conference passes are available at an early bird rate starting at 345USD for a one day pass, with savings up to 200USD for a full three-day pass. You can learn more at
Space Tech Expo & Conference is the West Coast's premier B2B space event for spacecraft, satellite, launch vehicle and space-related technologies. The show brings together industry leaders, decision-makers, specifiers and buyers to meet manufacturers and the supply chain for civil and commercial space.
The West Coast’s premier space event returns to Long Beach for three days of knowledge sharing and networking alongside the largest supply chain exhibition of its kind. The conference offers a stellar line up of expert speakers from established and newer market players. Previous speaking organizations include NASA, Senate Space Sub Committee, DARPA, SMC, Boeing, ATK, Raytheon, Lockheed Martin, Northrop Grumman, ULA, SpaceX, SSL, Made in Space, Virgin Galactic, SNC, Ball Aerospace and many others...
The 2015 conference focuses on the challenges and opportunities facing the military, commercial, and government space sectors; exploring the business models and technologies that will help stakeholders deliver successful missions at lower cost. Key questions and topics for debate include: how can the different stakeholders work together to better leverage available expertise and infrastructure? How are missions changing in a budget-restricted environment? Which technologies will meet future space access and exploration requirements?