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See you at Space Symposium!

By: Stef C
We're less than a week away from the beginning of the 30th Space Symposium in Colorado Springs, and we have a lot to share with the community! It's our 25th anniversary in business, and while we always look forward to seeing our colleagues and customers at Symposium, this year we are feeling especially thankful for their enduring support. In addition to free ice cream and giveways in our booth, 402, we will also have some cooler-than-usual prizes at our annual Monte Carlo Night event. That's some of the fun stuff. Here are opportunities to learn all about AGI's software and solutions at Symposium. BOOTH 402 AGI subject matter experts will be sharing how our products can be used for identifying, characterizing and mitigating space threats, as well as:
  • Architecture resiliency studies
  • Model-based engineering
  • Operational space situational awareness (SSA)
Plus, we'll have the aforementioned ice cream as well as stations where you can learn STK in just five minutes ... and you get a prize just for participating! COMSPOC BOOTH 623 The number of space objects is growing rapidly, accelerating the need for continuous SSA to ensure safe operations. AGI’s Commercial Space Operations Center (ComSpOC) processes data from a global network of low-cost sensors to generate products and analysis services to satellite owners/operators and space operations centers. Check out "the monolith" at Symposium to learn how it enables increased accuracy and timeliness over other, more costly alternatives, and ultimately raises the standard for space awareness and operational efficiency to new levels. PRESENTATIONS Classified Session Panel: Counterspace Event Analysis - A Case Study Monday, May 19, 1: 30 p.m. Brendan Houlton, AGI's lead space situational awareness deployment engineer and Travis Langster, VP, DoD and Intel Space. Tech Track: Commercial Space Operations Center (ComSpOC): A Commercial Alternative Space Situational Awareness Wednesday, May 21, 10:30 a.m., Broadmoor West, Rocky Mountain Ballroom B Brendan Houlton, AGI lead space situational awareness deployment engineer Panel: New Generation Space Leaders - Work Environments that Foster Creativity Wednesday, May 21, 3 - 5 p.m., Broadmoor West, West Ballroom Adam Gorski, AGI Manager, Field Engineering and Corporate Events ANCILLARY EVENTS Space Technology Hall of Fame Private Induction Ceremony Thursday, May 22, 4:30 p.m. - co-sponsored by AGI AGI president, Joe Sheehan, served as a judge for this year's inductees Finally, AGI has been the official software of Symposium since 2000. Grab an STK disk from our booth, and check out our music video during the opening ceremony! We look forward to sharing our technologies with you next week!
Posted: 5/12/2014 5:06:29 PM


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