Archives for August 2022

Space Systems Command Space Mobility & Logistics Reverse Industry and Collaboration Day

USSF/SSC Space Mobility and Logistics Reverse Industry & Collaboration Day

CONFERS would like to highlight an event of interest to the satellite servicing community: the United States Space Force (USSF), Space Systems Command, Program Executive Officers (PEO) for Assured Access to Space (AATS) will be conducting a Space Mobility and Logistics (SML&L) Reverse Industry and Collaboration Day for systems developers and operators planning to provide SM&L services. The event will be held in El Segundo, CA on September 13-14 and is open to U.S. citizens.

The Reverse Industry and Collaboration Day will feature opportunities for industry representatives to explain how their technologies can support the Government’s future business, technical, and operational plans for SM&L capabilities (to include, but not limited to: Orbit Transfer, Satellite Repositioning, Refueling, Repair, Resupply, Servicing, and Active Debris Removal and Disposal). Companies will also have the opportunity to sign up for one-on-one briefings on a first availability basis.

The event will occur at the Aerospace Corporation, Titan A1 Conference Facility. Please note that registration is limited to a maximum of three people per company and some COVID restrictions apply.

To register, please click here. Registration closes on September 2, 2022 at 12:00 PM PDT.

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2022 Global Satellite Servicing Forum

The GSSF, hosted by the Consortium for Execution of Rendezvous and Servicing Operations (CONFERS) is the space sector’s premier in-space infrastructure and operations event.
The 2022 GSSF will feature leading commercial and government satellite operators, satellite manufacturers, satellite servicing providers, policy leaders, financial and insurance experts, and media from around the world highlighting key themes in the satellite servicing segment including:

  • How satellite servicing is currently supporting space-sector growth.
  • Promising opportunities and critical needs for the future growth in in-space activities.
  • Operational experience and results leading to sustained satellite servicing operations.

To register, please click here.

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