Are you looking for solutions to your organization's technology challenges?
This year's SpaceCom could help you find those solutions:
in space, from space, or using technology shared with the space industry
SpaceCom 2018 isn't about just solving problems in space,
it's also where you can find cross-sector solutions for terrestrial challenges facing non-space industries
SpaceCom 2018 will be held on November 27 & 28 at the George R. Brown Convention Center in downtown Houston. SpaceCom is where professionals from the aerospace and terrestrial industries convene for two days of forward-looking conference sessions, a packed exhibit hall showcasing cutting-edge technologies, and an Entrepreneur Summit that promises to transform markets.
With participation by the TCC and TCC member organizations on the Program Committee, this year's program has been expanded with more cross-sector content, addressing challenges facing terrestrial industries, in space, from space AND using technologies shared with the space sector.
Over half of the panel sessions will cover solutions for terrestrial industries, with panelists from the aerospace and other technology sectors discussing how they are using shared technologies & solutions for solving problems in their industries.
Even if your organization has little or no current interest in using space-based solutions, this year's SpaceCom could help identify new opportunities to work together addressing terrestrial problems, using technologies shared across space and non-space sectors.
Convergent Technology Panel Sessions:
- Augmented & Virtual Reality
- Automation & AI
- Data Analytics
- Image Processing
- Internet of Things
- NASA Innovations for Advanced Manufacturing & Agribusiness
- NASA Innovations for Energy & Medical Industries
- Radiation Protection
- Remote Energy Generation
- Wearable Technologies
Many of these convergent technology panel session topics have been or will be covered by TCC workshops, technology areas with strong interest across technology sectors. The TCC’s Executive Director will serve as the moderator on 3 panels covering wearables, image processing and smart robotics.
While 93% of last year's attendees indicated SpaceCom was an important exposition for the emerging commercial space industry, with the addition of more convergent technology panels, this year's SpaceCom should also be an excellent opportunity to find out how other industries are addressing common problems, and employing those solutions & technologies to meet your organization's challenges.
To get a $75 discount off event registration, please use TCC75OFF as your VIP code. Click here to register.
SpaceCom is a TCC Community Member organization; the Technology Collaboration Center is a supporting partner for this year's SpaceCom.