- March 22-23, 2017: GCSP Course - The Future of Outer Space Security organised by Geneva Centre for Security Policy (scholarships available for students)
- April 6, 2017 from 17:30 te 20:30 at FHNW Olten: COTS For Space Mechanisms. More information and registration here.
SPACE TECH EXPO USA 2017
MAY 23 - 25, 2017, PASADENA, CALIFORNIA
America’s meeting place for space technology and engineering
Now in its sixth year, Space Tech Expo will be returning to Pasadena for 2017. America’s meeting place for space technology and engineering grows bigger and better year on year, bringing together industry leaders, decision-makers and buyers to meet the engineering and manufacturing supply chain for commercial, civil and military space.
Space Tech Expo 2017, will be at the Pasadena Convention Center in Pasadena, CA, 23-25 May 2017, with 230+ exhibiting companies and 1,700+ participating companies joining the show.
The IAF General Assembly at IAC 2014 Toronto, voted on Friday 3 October to hold IAC 2017 in Adelaide, Australia.
The successful bid was made by the Adelaide Convention Bureau, in partnership with The Space Industry Association of Australia (SIAA) and State Government of South Australia. The IAC in September 2017 is expected to attract 3,000 delegates, including 200 astronauts, and contribute AUD$18m (US$15.8m) to the state’s visitor economy. Lockheed Martin Corporation will be the anchor sponsor of the Congress.
For the organisers this is the culmination of a four-year bid process, including an unsuccessful bid for the 2014 event. The organisers beat strong competition from Germany (Bremen), USA (Orlando), Turkey (Istanbul) and Ireland (Dublin) in their bid to secure what will be the largest congress ever to be hosted by Adelaide.
Brett Biddington, the leader of the Adelaide bid team, said that he, the team as a whole and the wider Australian space community were delighted and humbled by the confidence and trust placed in them by IAF members in Toronto to produce a memorable IAC in Adelaide in 2017. He said that all of the four contenders to host the IAC in 2017 had the capacity to do so and that the key differentiator, leaving the geographical factor aside, was the clarity of Australia’s strategy and purpose. He also said that the competition had caused the Adelaide team to work harder which had led to a better bid.
Looking ahead, Brett said that planning was already under way and that the aim of the LOC is to have the IAC 2017 Execution Plan essentially in place within a few months. An important early task will be to confirm the 2017 Congress theme and to design and select a logo that can be unveiled at the Paris Spring meetings in March 2015.
SPACE TECH EUROPE 2017
24 – 26 OCTOBER, 2017, BREMEN, GERMANY
Europe's dedicated space design, manufacturing and testing event
Space Tech Expo & Forum Europe is a focused marketplace for the design, manufacturing and testing of spacecraft, satellite, launch vehicle and space-related technologies, bringing together leading engineers, executive management and global decision makers from commercial companies, as well as government and military institutions, involved in space industry activities.
Strategically positioned in Central Europe, Bremen is a city of aerospace excellence. Space Tech Expo Europe is set to become Europe’s major dedicated supply-chain and engineering event for complete spacecraft, subsystems and space-qualified components.
1 – 5 October 2018 BREMEN, GERMANY TO HOST IAC 2018
After careful review of the three proposals to host IAC 2018, received for Bremen (Germany), Vienna (Austria), Punta del Este (Uruguay), the IAF General Assembly at its second session on 16th October selected Bremen as Host City for IAC 2018.
The Hosting Organization is the ZARM Drop Tower Operation and Service Company, a member of IAF since 1997.
SAVE THE DATE The #IAC2018 will be 1 – 5 October 2018
21 - 25 OCTOBER 2019
AT IAC 2019, YOU CAN EXPECT NEARLY 200 TECHNICAL SESSIONS, DAILY PLENARY SESSIONS, PANEL DISCUSSIONS AND SPECIAL EVENTS THAT WILL INSPIRE GLOBAL INNOVATIONS IN SPACE.
The congress theme, “Space: The Power of the Past, and the Promise of the Future” provides a foundation for a program that will bring together people all over the world who have been involved in some of the most pivotal space endeavors, as well as the international technical experts and scientists who are making the biggest breakthroughs of our day—including those who are on the brink of the next big leap for mankind.
More information on the program will be available after the 68th International Astronautical Congress in Adelaide, Australia from 25-29 September 2017 and the 69th International Astronautical Congress in Bremen, Germany from 1-5 October 2018.
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