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Civil Space Symposium 2013

Greater Huntsville Section

 Save the Date

February 12-13, 2013

The AIAA Greater Huntsville Section invites you to join us at the Dynetics Solutions Complex located at 1004 Explorer Blvd. Huntsville, AL 35806 for the Civil Space 2013 symposium.

 Civil Space 2013 Participants

We are excited to announce the companies participating in the Civil Space 2013 symposium. Please take a moment to learn more about our participating companies by visiting their sites using the links below:

 

 

 Civil Space Symposium 2013

 

 

"Accelerating Tomorrow's Commercial Space Marketplace"

This conference provides a unique focus on civil (inclusive of commercial) space access and orbital solutions, challenges, mission assurance, safety, policy, global competition, and vision. Our invited speakers and panel members will present expert analyses on current and future civil space issues fostering discussion among the government and industry representatives. This conference is unique in that the focus is not on exploration, but on Earth orbital concerns and solutions.

 What to Expect...

  • Discussion and interaction with government and industry leaders
  • State of the industry from invited companies
  • Learn more about Huntsville's facilities and opportunities
    • Small and Large Business engaged in Civil Space
    • NASA Marshall's facilities and suppor
  • Panel sessions on topics such as:
    • Reliability vs. Safety
    • System Integration and Standards
    • Hardware Qualification and Certification
    • Vision for the next 50 years
    • Missions from 2015-2025
    • Operations Challenges, Risks, and Risk Mitigation
  • Networking and partnership building
    • Coffee breaks and catered lunches provide ample opportunity to meet and interact with speakers, leaders, and peers

 Who Should Attend?

  • Industry executives
  • Government and military officials
  • Program managers
  • Business developers
  • Engineers, scientists and researchers
  • Consultants
  • Press/media

 

 

 

 

 

 Why Attend?

  • Meet with government and industry leaders to discuss the risks and challenges of commercial space focused on access and Earth orbital concerns.
  • Network and discuss ideas with your current and future colleagues, partners, and employers in industry and government.
  • Hear expert analysis on global competition.
  • Discuss technology gaps, martket stability and obsolescence.
  • Plan the vision for commercial space over the next 50 years with leaders and peers.

 

       

 

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 Register Now!

Registration for Civil Space 2013 is now CLOSED.

***Registration cut-off dates are as follows:***

  • Non-US Citizens: February 1, 2013
  • U.S. Citizens: February 8, 2013

 Registration fees include the reception at the Davidson Center, lunch and other concessions (e.g., coffee, water, pastries, fruit, etc.) for both Feb. 12 and Feb 13.

Note: Prior registration IS required to gain admittance to Civil Space 2013.

 Download the Agenda

Click HERE to download to Civil Space 2013 agenda.  

 Platinum Level Sponsors

                                           

                                                    

 

 Gold Level Sponsors

                                            

 Silver Level Sponsors

                                                                        

                                                               

 Bronze Level Sponsors

 

                                                                    

   

 Need More Info?

For questions or more information, please email:

aiaacivilspace@gmail.com

 

 

 
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