Walter E. Washington Convention Ctr, March 7-9, Booths 2318 & 2319
SATELLITE 2017 showcases the best of global satellite technology and brings together industry professionals looking to shape the future of the aerospace community. We’ll be onsite in full force with two booths to showcase how our products help satellite systems thrive in the New Space era.
On Monday, we kick things off with our CEO, Paul Graziani, who will be speaking at the SGx Keynote Series. You can also catch Paul on the Commerical SSA panel on Tuesday at 3:00 PM with Andrew D'Uva, Jean-Luc Froeliger, Dr. George Neild and John Hill as they discuss the policy and technical implications of encouraging the safe and responsible use of space.
Once the exhibits open up, swing by Booth 2318 and learn how to reduce your mission’s development time and risk by using our latest commercial software capabilities. Our Systems Tool Kit (STK), in its 12th generation, provides a high-fidelity modeling environment, from which you can simulate test conditions and measure over 40,000 system performance metrics. Our top engineers will show you how to collaborate with your existing tools and data sources, and how STK supports all phases of aerospace engineering and SATCOM operations.
Right across the aisle, we set up our Commercial Space Operations Center (ComSpOC) at Booth 2319, and we have some big news to share! Come chat with one of our ComSpOC operators to get the inside scoop. We live in exciting times with commercial operators announcing their preparations to launch thousands of satellites in the not-so-distant future. These mega-constellations demonstrate cutting edge innovation and will provide immense benefits, but also increase the risk of a congested domain and the rising amount of space debris. ComSpOC’s mission assurance services protect operators from threats of collision and nefarious space actors.
We hope to see you there! Let us show you how to design, develop and operate your missions with cutting-edge commercial technology over a scoop (or two) of ice cream. We’re not counting ; )