Introducing the Inaugural Spacecraft Technology Expo

Introducing the Inaugural Spacecraft Technology Expo

April 16, 2012 Blog, Partner News, Press Releases

Expo Showcases the Latest in Spacecraft, Satellite, Launch Vehicle

and Space-Related Technologies


May 2012 marks the launch of a new show dedicated to bringing together global decision makers, engineers, and the supply chain involved in spacecraft, satellite, launch vehicle and space-related technologies. The Space Frontier Foundation invites you to take part in the inaugural Spacecraft Technology Expo by registering for free today.

Held at Los Angeles Convention Center between May 8-10, Spacecraft Technology Expo is the first and only show of its kind and is free to attend when pre-registering online. Focused on the design, build and testing of spacecraft, the expo will feature over 100 companies promoting testing and design services, software services and components manufacturing through to complete spacecraft. Exhibitors include Boeing, United Launch Alliance, ATK, Siemens, Honeywell, Cobham Life Support and many more.

Aside from the booth offerings, Spacecraft Technology Expo boasts a Human Spaceflight Park – a dynamic area designed to promote companies and technologies involved in all areas of manned spaceflight. Visitors to the show can expect to see a SpaceX Dragon capsule, as well as a full-scale model of XCOR Aerospace’s LYNX, displayed in the US for the first time.

Accompanying the show will be the Spacecraft Technology Conference, a three-day, two-track conference aimed at evaluating the latest technologies and engineering innovations. The program will bring together leading industry experts and eminent speakers such as Dr. Howard Ross, chief technologist at NASA Glenn Research Center.