The Space Symposium, held at The Broadmoor Hotel in Colorado Springs, Colorado, is the premier gathering of the global space community and a “must attend” event for anyone in the space business.
1 Lake Avenue, Colorado Springs, CO 80906
For the past thirteen years, the Cal Poly CubeSat program has been hosting the CubeSat Developers’ Workshop in San Luis Obispo, CA. Whether you’re an expert or fairly new to the world of CubeSats, our workshop offers something for everyone. This annual event brings together participants from around the world to share and discuss the latest developments in space and CubeSat technology. After years of success, we have outgrown the facilities we usually use and will be relocating to the Performing Arts Center on the Cal Poly campus to host the 14th annual workshop on April 26-28th, 2017.
Cal Poly Performing Arts Center,
San Luis Obispo,CA 93407
The ability of small satellites to enable big data applications is fundamentally based on systems engineering that draws from the rich technology developed within the small satellite community. During the 31st AIAA/USU Conference on Small Satellites, we will engage the many visionaries and stakeholders involved across the entire chain responsible for ultimately disseminating information to feed a data-hungry global market.
Utah State University
0175 Old Main Hill,
Logan, Utah 84322
The SmallSat Symposium will unlock the business aspects, technologies and the financial and legal acumen that comprise the foundation of today’s rapid growth in the small satellite market. A broad range of thought-provoking panels and speakers representing visionary ideas and years of business experience are brought together once again.
1401 N Shoreline Blvd. Mountain View, CA 94043
Bringing together the best space scientists, engineers, entrepreneurs and investors from around the world to discuss, explore, and redefine the technology, collaboration and commercial strategies required to make the most of this unprecedented opportunity in space exploration. Note: Start date has not yet been confirmed.
For 30 years, the Small Satellite Conference has been a place where innovators, engineers, problem solvers, scientists, entrepreneurs, and dreamers alike have come together to challenge what we know and push the bounds of what can be done. These pioneers have created a space industry where small satellites make big contributions.
A workshop bringing together global partners of the CubeSat Community
The Space Symposium is the premier global, commercial, civil, military and newspace conference. PSC will be located at booth 1045. Please come by for hardware demonstration.
Connecting new investors and consumers with satellite solutions.
The 29th AIAA/USU Conference on Small Satellites will explore the current state and future possibilities within the critical systems that support mission success.
The CubeSat Developer’s Workshop is an opportunity for CubeSat developers to come together to share ideas and personal experiences in developing picosatellites. In addition to design-specific topics such as hardware and software, other areas of discussion include the status and availability of launch vehicles, new technology, and increasing community communication.
The Small Payload Rideshare Association (SPRSA) was established to organizes and conduct the Small Payload Rideshare Conference. The conference focuses on concepts and technologies that will enable the small payload community to meet future launch needs and test new capabilities in a cost-effective manner. The conference has evolved into a forum where the launch services community interacts with the small satellite community in a focused, working environment to address the needs of the community for affordable small payload access to space and the impediments hampering its success.
Space Tech Expo is the West Coast’s premier B2B space event for spacecraft, satellite, launch vehicle and space-related technologies