2018 Exhibitors

Booth Space: 45T

3D Plus USA

Booth Space: 45T
Katarina White

3D PLUS is a world leading supplier of advanced high density 3D microelectronic products and die level stacking technology meeting the demand for high reliability, high performance and very small size of today’s and tomorrow’s electronics required for embedded space electronic systems. Our products, with their small dimensions, adjustable reliability and radiation performance, fit to perfection the challenging requirements associated with small satellites and CubeSat designs.

Booth Space: 82

4Links Limited

Booth Space: 82
Dennis Gross

4Links designs, manufactures, supplies and supports an extensive range of SpaceWire test equipment, network simulators, development systems and IP products.

The 4Links product range is renowned as being the most comprehensive and reliable on the market. Our Modular Satellite Development Systems enables very early integration. Thus avoiding the many problems that occur when integration is only carried out long after all the design decisions for each subsystem have been made, when it is too late to fix incompatibilities.

Our SpaceWire routing switch and codec IP products, using a patented synchronous receiver design, are implemented in a single clock domain and thus avoid all of the problems of asynchronous logic and the requirement for careful FPGA placement.  This IP could be critical to the success of your next SpaceWire project!

4Links is based in the Science and Innovation Centre at Bletchley Park, the World War II code-breaking centre, in Buckinghamshire, UK.

Booth Space: 7T

A.I. Solutions Inc

Booth Space: 7T
Moataz Abdelazim

a.i. solutions is a small-business provider of innovative mission-critical products and services that enable uninterrupted and reliable access to space. Since 1996, the a.i. solutions team has supported the nation’s space and defense communities producing superior services, results, and cost-savings for our customers.  a.i. solutions’ services and products span space mission engineering, missile defense systems assurance, launch services, cybersecurity, information assurance, emergency management solutions, the FreeFlyer® astrodynamics software, and the Deep Space Trajectory Explorer (DSTE).
FreeFlyer® flight dynamics software, developed by a.i. solutions, is a COTS software application for use in satellite mission analysis, design, and operations. FreeFlyer offers space mission analysis and planning in one integrated tool. FreeFlyer provides connectivity to any external tool used during spacecraft mission design and operations, including any TT&C systems. A free version is available for educational use.

Booth Space: 16, 17

AAC - Clyde

Booth Space: 16, 17
Craig Clark

Operating internationally within the Small Satellite market segments,  ÅAC – Clyde specialise in the provision of advanced spacecraft, mission services and tested, reliable robust subsystems. We provide market-leading space solutions and services for government, commercial and educational organisations. We offer specialist expertise and experience in delivering a wide range of commercially focused satellite solutions; complete end-to-end nanosatellite missions, with the capability to provide customers everything from constellation design to satellite operations. Our solutions are designed for manufacture and have an impressive mission heritage. We are the market leading provider of New Space technologies that push the boundaries of small satellite capabilities.

Customers include; the European Space Agency (ESA), NASA, the US Air Force Research Laboratories (AFRL), JAXA, the Swedish National Space Board (SNSB), and Swedish Defence Materiel Administration (FMV), Kepler Communications, Airbus, DLR, LuxSpace as well as leading industrial groups now using our aerospace compliant devices in innovative products and applications such as York Space and OHB.

Booth Space: 148, 149

Adcole Maryland Aerospace

Booth Space: 148, 149
Ariel Perez-Rosado

Adcole Maryland Aerospace, LLC (AMA) was formed in a merger between two industry leaders in Small Satellites and spacecraft attitude control components. Adcole Corporation has built precision sun sensors for 60 years and has a rich heritage that spans the spectrum from GPS satellites to NASA's New Horizons mission to Pluto. Maryland Aerospace has provided CubeSat and Small Satellite components as well as end-to-end space systems. Since delivering the world's first self-contained CubeSat Attitude Determination And Control System in 2009, we have delivered more CubeSat ADACS than any other vendor. Our Kestrel Eye Block IIM satellite was launched in 2017 and is currently undergoing on-orbit test and evaluation. Our blend of traditional and NewSpace product lines delivers both the heritage of 60 years and the innovation of today's cutting-edge SmallSat designs. Look to us for the heritage and development expertise to deliver high-reliability hardware for your critical space program needs.

Booth Space: 163

Addvalue Innovation Pte Ltd

Booth Space: 163
Yee Ping Tan

Addvalue Innovation Pte Ltd (Addvalue) is presently a leading global developer and supplier of mobile satellite terminals supporting coverage provided by premier mobile satellite communication system operators. These terminals are an ideal choice for communications in areas around the world where terrestrial networks are non-existent, or ineffective.
Since the launch of its IDRS terminal aboard a 12 kg LEO satellite on 16 December 2015, Addvalue has successfully tested for one year the technical feasibility of IDRS over the Inmarsat BGAN network, to provide on-demand 24/7 two-way IP-based data services for LEO satellite missions. This innovative IDRS solution addresses a long standing constraint on the operation of LEO satellites where communication is only available when the satellite is within sight of an earth station and on a rigid time schedule based on the particular LEO satellite orbit and the geographic placement of the earth stations.

Booth Space: 48, 49

Aerojet Rocketdyne

Booth Space: 48, 49
Steven Overton

Aerojet Rocketdyne is an innovative company delivering solutions that create value for its customers in the aerospace and defense markets. The company is a world-recognized aerospace and defense leader that provides propulsion and energetics to the space, missile defense and strategic systems, tactical systems and armaments areas, in support of domestic and international markets.  Additional information about Aerojet Rocketdyne can be obtained by visiting our website at www.Rocket.com.

Booth Space: 166

Aerospace Corporation

Booth Space: 166
Lisa Kuo

The Aerospace Corporation is a California nonprofit corporation that operates a federally funded research and development center and has approximately 3,500 employees. It provides guidance and advice to military, civil, and commercial customers to ensure the success of complex, technology-based programs. The Aerospace Corporation is headquartered in El Segundo, Calif., with multiple locations across the United States.

Booth Space: 189

Aerothreads, Inc.

Booth Space: 189
Aleksandra Bogunovic

Aerothreads is a specialized provider of Multi-Layer Insulation (MLI) blanket products and critical support services for the aerospace industry.

Our extensive experience in the design, fabrication, and installation of MLI blankets for flight-qualified aerospace missions, coupled with our specialized art and design education makes us ideal innovators for the most complex MLI blanket needs.

We are a tightly managed company with high quality control and low overhead, which translates to excellent product value, on-time delivery, and consistent customer satisfaction. Consider us a reliable provider and one-stop-shop for your high-quality MLI blankets, from the critical design phases through test support and launch.

Aerothreads is an SBA Certified HUBZone and Woman-Owned Small Business (WOSB).

Booth Space: 213


Booth Space: 213
Run Dunklee

Airbus DS Space Systems, Inc. (ADSH) specializes in ISS utilization, External Platform & Flight Hardware development, Payload processing, Full lifecycle software development, and Mission Integration & Operations. This experience has led us to the development of the Bartolomeo External Science and Payload Hosting Facility, a cost-effective alternative to traditional LEO satellite platforms. Mounted to the Columbus module on the leading edge of the International Space Station, Bartolomeo provides unparalleled views of earth and space, optical communications capability, and up to 800w power.  Bartolomeo is a premier location for earth observation, science, and space qualification of satellite systems and components. Let Bartolomeo and the ISS be your satellite bus.

Booth Space: 38

Aitech Defense Systems, Inc.

Booth Space: 38
Paul Gaudreau

As a leading supplier of radiation-hardened and ruggedized Space-qualified embedded computer subsystems for satellite bus, payloads and launch vehicles, Aitech has established a 35-year launch history and pedigree track record of delivering superior cost-performance, reliability and time-to-market benefits to our customers worldwide.

This year, we’re showcasing our latest Space-qualified Single Board Computer, which features up to 1 GB of DDR2 ECC SDRAM, and our innovative, easily-expandable Ai-RIO Remote I/O and Data Concentrator that can network up to eight expansion module ‘slices’ for unprecedented functionality in a compact physical space.

We offer rapidly-available, COTS-in-Space solutions with embedded electronics products that perform at up to 100krad TID and are latch-up immune: SBCs, Gigabit Ethernet Multiport Switches, Digital & Analog I/O, SpaceWire, Solid State Memory and powered enclosures.

Our cost-effective solutions fit your immediate mission needs, delivering the expected robust functionality and performance you demand.

Aitech Defense and Space Systems – www.rugged.com

Booth Space: 141

Alba Orbital Ltd

Booth Space: 141
Tom Walkinshaw

Alba Orbital is the world leading PocketQube (Pico-satellite) developer and was founded in 2012, now employing 15 people. Our current offices are based in Glasgow Scotland, with 100m sq of design, manufacture and assembly space all under one roof. The team have won 3 major contracts with the European Space Agency (ESA), worth in excess of 1 million euro. Our platforms, Unicorn-1 and Unicorn-2 serve different parts of the satellite value chain with focus on low cost missions such as Remote or Communications and with our new AlbaPod deployer, are able to fly on any launch vehicle. Our Alba Launch cluster offer annual launch opportunities for team to hitch a ride to orbit with our first cluster sold out and flying later this year on the new Vector-R launch vehicle. For more information on Alba, please visit our website www.albaorbital.com

Booth Space: 145

Alta Devices, Inc.

Booth Space: 145
A Vijh

Sunnyvale, CA-based Alta Devices holds world records for single and dual junction solar cell efficiency.

Alta uses an epitaxial liftoff manufacturing process to manufacture our unique solar cells, that can:

- Reduce solar panel costs
- Eliminate solar cell breakage
- Reduce weight
- Enable innovative deployable panel designs

We welcome enquiries and collaboration with smallsat designers, cubesat hardware and solar panel OEMs.

Booth Space: 183

AMERGINT Technologies Inc

Booth Space: 183
Andrew Strange

AMERGINT provides high performance software-based ground systems and infrastructure for satellite signal/protocol processing, telemetry, commanding, comms, test, simulation/emulation, and launch operations. From RF processing to COMSEC interfaces and data processing, dissemination, visualization, and storage, AMERGINT provides cost-effective solutions for commercial and national programs including GPS and ISS.

Booth Space: 122

Analytical Graphics, Inc (AGI)

Booth Space: 122
Greg Dermond

Analytical Graphics, Inc. (AGI) provides commercial software for designing, developing and operating missions within the aerospace and national security communities.  Used by more than 50,000 engineers, operators and analysts worldwide, AGI software avoids the cost of reinvention, eliminates stovepipes and reduces risks associated with unproven tools.

In addition, AGI, the developers of Systems Tool Kit (STK), supports the small satellite community by providing software for aerospace engineers which enables them to:

•    Perform systems of systems satellite trade studies
•    Predict RF communication links
•    Assess solar power generation
•    Size and analyze propulsion systems
•    Analyze attitude sub-systems
•    Determine EO/IR design parameters
•    Perform optimized satellite operations

To learn more, visit us at www.agi.com

Booth Space: 221T

Aperture Optical Sciences, Inc.

Booth Space: 221T
Chip Ragan

Aperture Optical Sciences designs and manufactures imaging and laser telescopes for small satellite applications.

Our in-house capabilities for Silicon Carbide optics enables volume production of cost effective, light weight and athermal telescopes ideal for constellation applications.

Stop by to discuss your requirements.

Booth Space: 56

Applied Aerospace Structures Corporation

Booth Space: 56
Frederick Watson

AASC has over 50 years experience providing advanced composite and metal bonded aerospace structures. Specializing in design, fabrication and testing of lightweight, high performance engineered structures. Serving Military and Commercial customers for Space, Aircraft and Ground systems. Advanced engineering and manufacturing capabilities including CATIA, Pro-E, FiberSim, Virtek, CompositePro, NASTRAN. Large facilities with autoclaves up to 16 dia X 30, 5-axis machining, Abrasive Water Jet. AS9100C Quality and Nadcap certified.

Booth Space: 14, 15

Applied Technology Associates (ATA)

Booth Space: 14, 15
Dan Nebel

ATA is a precision sensing, measurement, and controls company providing technical services and custom hardware solutions specializing in Space Technology, Line of Sight Stabilization, GN&C, and Integration and Test.  Currently, ATA supports AFRL Space Vehicles technology research and development efforts and builds enabling stable platforms for laser communication platforms.  ATA’s stable platform solutions were key to the NASA laser communications relay experiment from the moon aboard the LADEE spacecraft.  ATA also teamed with Northrop Grumman and built, integrated, and delivered the Operationally Responsive Space Modular Space Vehicle bus.

ATA Aerospace, ATA’s joint venture with ASRC Aerospace, is the prime contractor on AFRL’s Space Technology Research and Integrated Vehicle Experiments (STRIVE) contract.  On STRIVE, ATA Aerospace provides Program Management, Engineering Services, Integration and Test, Launch Support, and On‐Orbit Support for AFRL’s satellite and high altitude systems and subsystems, including Small Sat buses and payloads.

Booth Space: 197


Booth Space: 197
Laurence Gelbmann

ArianeGroup develops and supplies innovative and competitive solutions for civil and military space launchers, with expertise in all aspects of state-of-the-art propulsion technologies. ArianeGroup is lead contractor for Europe’s Ariane 5 and Ariane 6 launcher families, responsible for both design and the entire production chain, up to and including marketing by its Arianespace subsidiary, as well as for the missiles of the French oceanic deterrent force. ArianeGroup and its subsidiaries enjoy a global reputation as specialists in the field of equipment and propulsion for space applications, while their expertise also benefits other industrial sectors. The group is a joint venture equally owned by Airbus and Safran, and employs nearly 9,000 highly qualified staff in France and Germany. Its estimated proforma revenues exceed 3 billion euros.

Booth Space: 152, 153

Arianespace, Inc.

Booth Space: 152, 153
Laetitia Brock

Arianespace is the worlds first commercial launch services company, and has launched every platform to every useful orbit.  Continuously evolving its product line, Arianespace has expanded its family of launch vehicles to include the Soyuz and Vega, alongside the workhorse heavy lift Ariane 5. Today, they form the most formidable array of launch services for every spacecraft ranging from tiny cubesats to the massive Automated Transfer Vehicle.  Arianespaces team of experts at the state of the art launch facility near the equator in French Guiana is capable of quickly and safely processing payloads destined for all orbits.  Since its inception, Arianespace has performed over 250 launches and now has an order book worth three years of business.

Booth Space: 127

Arralis Ltd.

Booth Space: 127
Gary Soul

Arralis is a rapidly scaling technology company, providing world leading expertise in integrated and scalable millimetre-wave technology. We excel in MMICs, packaged component modules, proprietary antenna technology and integrated Radar and Communications front-end platforms. Our core focus is from 20GHz-100GHz band where we are the world leader at the highly desirable attenuation window of 94GHz and an emerging leader in Ka band.

Booth Space: 60

Astro- und Feinwerktechnik Adlershof GmbH

Booth Space: 60
Stephan Roemer

Small- and Micro-satellite busses (up to 350 kg), as well as components and payloads for satellites (1 to 500 kg) are the core business activities of Astro- und Feinwerktechnik Adlershof GmbH. In this area we focus on high reliable and smart systems for LEO and deep space applications.
We are specialized in attitude control components (Reaction Wheels, Gyros, GPS, Magnetic Field Sensors) and complete AOC-subsystems, power subsystem components (PCU, PDU), structures and mechanism (booms, solar panels or deployment mechanism) and scientific and optical payloads (primary VIS and IR). Additional to that we offer ground support equipment (EGSE, MGSE, OGSE), like transport containers or AOCS test beds.
The scope of services comprises the complete customized design, verification and environmental qualification of new space technologies and hardware (scientific and commercial), according to NASA/ESA/JAXA standards. This design of new components or payloads can be also done as a joint international program.

Booth Space: 202

ASU NewSpace

Booth Space: 202
Scot Smas

The space race has evolved. Private sector space exploration and technology efforts are now joining and leading the way.
To advance space access and exploration further, academic and commercial space enterprises must leverage value-added expertise, facilities, and focus to drive the future of this industry. The ASU Space Technology and Science (NewSpace) Initiative is creating academic-commercial partnerships that brings together the most brilliant minds in the space industry sector for an unprecedented collaborative effort. ASU NewSpace leads the integration of academic and commercial space enterprises using ASU’s core strengths in space science, engineering, and education.

Booth Space: 129

ATLAS Space Operations Inc.

Booth Space: 129
Dan Carey

ATLAS Space Operations, Inc. is a state-of-the-art satellite data communications company founded on the idea of providing affordable space access for all users. ATLAS provides the global space market affordable cloud-based solutions for gathering information from space for use on the ground. Our network utilizes both ATLAS owned and cooperative antennas to provide our users S, X, and UHF band coverage and TT&C at a fraction of the cost.
Our flagship product, the ATLAS Freedom Software Platform simplifies the complicated with the only cloud-based, software only management and control system. By moving hardware to the cloud and completely bypassing the need for onsite maintenance – ATLAS delivers a high quality, cost-effective solution to its customers. For more information, visit www.atlasground.com and follow @AtlasSpace on Twitter.

Booth Space: 65, 66

Ball Aerospace

Booth Space: 65, 66
Peggy Irwin

Booth Space: 118

Benchmark Space Systems

Booth Space: 118
Ryan McDevitt

Our mission is to improve yours.  Benchmark Space Systems is focused on providing the most cost-effective propulsion solution for your Small Satellite mission needs, from simple orbit adjustments to high-agility maneuvers. Our DFAST product line combines our proprietary pressurization technology and non-toxic propellant to provide a compact, turn-key propulsion system that eliminates many integration, handling, and range safety costs. The B125 system is our high-performance offering, which utilizes a patent-pending mixing technique to create a bipropellant solution with unprecedented power density and configurability. Benchmark Space Systems offers scalable designs with additively manufactured core components that can be easily configured for individual spacecraft to large constellation fleets. For more information and to learn more about how we compare to alternatives, visit us at booth 118 or online at www.benchmark-space.com.

Booth Space: 47

Berlin Space Technologies GmbH

Booth Space: 47
Tom Segert

Berlin Space Technologies (BST) is a specialist for small satellite systems and technology. BST offers reliable and cost efficient solutions for high resolution earth observation with up to 1.5 m GSD. All our products including the unique real time video mode can be bundled with comprehensive training and technology transfer programs.

Berlin Space Technologies was founded by senior staff of the Department of Aeronautics and Astronautics of TU Berlin. Our personnel holds key positions in the TUBSAT™ Program of TU Berlin since 2005. We were responsible for the design of key subsystems and operation for multiple missions. These missions include LAPAN-TUBSAT, Orbcomm 2nd Generation, LAPAN-A2 and LAPAN-ORARI.

Booth Space: 193

Black Orchid Labs

Booth Space: 193
Mohamedelfayad Babiker

Black Orchid Labs llc is New Jersey based company tends to build a high resolution Earth video surveillance satellites constellation system accessed by anyone.

Booth Space: 69

Blue Canyon Technologies (BCT)

Booth Space: 69
George Stafford

Blue Canyon Technologies is a leading provider of turnkey small satellite solutions, including nanosatellites, microsatellites, and ESPA-class.  We specialize in precision pointing platforms based upon our high-performance attitude determination and control components.  BCT’s highly experienced staff has developed low-cost, flight-proven, high-performance, high-reliability spacecraft systems and components that enable a wide range of missions for academic, commercial, and government applications.  Our state-of-the-art spacecraft and subsystems are supporting LEO, GEO, Lunar, and interplanetary missions.

Booth Space: 23


Booth Space: 23
Lisa Mercado

Boeing is the world's largest aerospace company and leading manufacturer of commercial jetliners and defense, space and security systems. A top U.S. exporter, the company supports airlines and U.S. and allied government customers in 150 countries. Boeing products and services include commercial and military aircraft, satellites, weapons, C4ISR, electronic and defense systems, launch systems, and performance-based logistics and training.

Boeing has a long tradition of aerospace innovation. Its broad range of capabilities includes creating new, more efficient members of its commercial airplane family, creating advanced technology solutions for military customers and integrating aircraft, defense systems and warfighters through network-enabled solutions.

Booth Space: 185


Booth Space: 185
Tyler Goudie

Braxton is a small business with its headquarters in Colorado Springs, Colorado.  We design, develop and deliver Commercial off-the-Shelf (COTS) satellite command and control products, used today to launch and operate the GPS constellation. With our ACE Premier product line, we deploy fully automated satellite operations centers, for any satellite class, at industry low price-points and at no cost to universities.  For the Small Satellite Conference, we bring a unique demonstration of our automated commanding and telemetry processing product, Ace ControlPoint (AceCP) and, for perhaps the first time to the conference, a physics-based Small Sat simulation. Researchers, developers, and operators use AceSIM to investigate on-orbit payload concepts in a simulated space environment, test their spacecraft bus and ground systems before launch, develop and test their operations concepts and procedures, and train operators on unique mission requirements. We are in Booth 129.  Stop by for a demonstration.

Booth Space: 119

Bright Ascension

Booth Space: 119
Katie Fyfe-Rittoo

Bright Ascension develops satellite software catering primary to the cubesat and nano-satellite market. Essentially we offer a full range of software that covers all aspects of launching and operating a satellite. That’s to say we cover everything from the flight software to the mission-monitoring ground software for when the satellite is in orbit. Bright Ascension’s key differentiator is the flexibility we put in the hands of our customers as our software products are designed to be fully customisable and compatible with any payload and satellite.
Join us for a demo of our software and see how easy it is to quickly build your own flight software using our Flight Software Development Kit!

Booth Space: 37

Busek Co. Inc.

Booth Space: 37
Pete Hruby

Busek Co. Inc. is a space propulsion and space systems company engaged in applied research, hardware development and specialty manufacturing.  Busek propulsion efforts include thrusters (electric and green monopropellant) and power electronics. Busek develops special space systems such as small satellites for debris removal and other applications.  Busek is a leading source for advanced electric propulsion thrusters for use on military, government, and commercial satellites.  Busek accomplishments include the first US Hall thruster and the first microPPT thrusters in space; the first flight electrospray thrusters; the first propellant-less CNT Field Emission Cathode; and the world’s lowest noise thrust stand.  Busek is located in Natick, MA approximately 15 miles west of Boston.  Busek has over 20,000 square feet of engineering, laboratory, product assembly, and testing facility floor space. Our extensive facilities are specifically designed and fully equipped for the development, assembly, integration, and testing of sophisticated hardware and subsystems.

Booth Space: 171

Canon Electronics Inc.

Booth Space: 171
Satch Hattori

Canon Electronics Inc. has manufactured digital cameras, copy machines and so on. Now CE is joining in the space development based on Canon quality and cost.

CE will provide from 50kg micro satellite to CubeSat class nano satellite. And also will offer micro and nano satellite components of ADCS, optical system and detector which are our specialties.

Booth Space: 68

CDA InterCorp

Booth Space: 68
Michael Baba

CDA InterCorp has been an industry leader in the design and manufacturing of highly engineered, extremely reliable, Controllable Drive Actuators for technologically advanced control systems for over 40 years. CDA offers seven standard frame sizes of motors from 0.75”-3” (Brushless Permanent Magnet, AC Induction, or DC Stepper motor), nine standard frame sizes of gearheads (0.75”-6”), linear actuation, and velocity/position feedback devices manufactured in Deerfield Beach, Florida.

Booth Space: 72

Cobham Integrated Solutions

Booth Space: 72
Teresa Farris

Cobham will display antennas, waveguides and microwave components.

Booth Space: 59

Cobham Mission Systems

Booth Space: 59
Jan Robazza

Cobham is committed to revolutionizing small satellite propulsion technology in order to meet the unique challenges of space.  We creatively combine our strengths in pneumatic valve design and our extensive pressure vessel product line to offer next generation fully integrated propulsion feed systems. Our feed systems maximize payload opportunity by optimizing weight and envelope.  We understand the challenges facing small satellites and are ready to be the vital propulsion partner you need to achieve success.

Booth Space: 71A

Cobham Motion Control Solutions

Booth Space: 71A
Teresa Farris

Cobham Motion Controls offers a wide range of capabilities in the design and manufacture of components and systems for the space market. Our products include rotary and linear actuators, brushless DC motors, gimbals, scanners, electronic controllers, slip rings and twist capsules. Cobham provides stepper (both hybrid and permanent magnet), brushless, full and limited-angle torquers, arc segment, zero-cogging, solenoid and voice coil motors. We offer precision gimbals for pointing and tracking, stabilized platforms and pedestals. Coupled with our electronic motion controllers and adaptive software, Aeroflex can provide a complete turn-key multi-axis system to meet your requirements.

Booth Space: 71

Cobham Semiconductor Solutions

Booth Space: 71
Teresa Farris

Cobham will display products from Cobham Semiconductor Solutions, who is a supplier of integrated circuits and custom circuit card assemblies. Cobham supplies a broad range of standard products for HiRel applications, along with RadHard-by-Design ASICs. Cobham offers Circuit Card Assembly capabilities, which consists of full assembly, test and coat in a high mix/low to medium volume operation. Cobham RAD offers radiation testing services along with HiRel offerings such as A-to-D Converters.

Booth Space: 162

Colorado Space Coalition

Booth Space: 162
Vicky Lea

Colorado Space Coalition
The Colorado Space Coalition (CSC) works to make Colorado a center of excellence for space. Coalition members - including aerospace companies, academic organizations, research institutions, and economic development groups - promote Colorado’s significant aerospace assets nationally, as well as advance legislation vital to industry growth and success. The Colorado Office of Economic Development & International Trade is a financial contributor to the CSC’s marketing initiatives.
With the nation’s second-largest space economy, close to 500 space-related companies, and a highly dynamic atmosphere for business growth, Colorado is home to a thriving small satellite industry. Learn more about what makes Colorado a hub for small satellite technology and innovation at: www.spacecolorado.org.

Booth Space: 39

Composite Technology Development (CTD)

Booth Space: 39
Mark Seeber

Composite Technology Development, Inc. (CTD) specializes in developing state-of-the-art materials and products for extreme conditions. Since its founding in 1988, the company has built a diverse portfolio of sophisticated engineering materials and systems solutions, as well as a reputation for innovative problem solving and outstanding customer service and communication.  CTD’s lightweight structures for space include deployable booms, antennas, and solar arrays, in addition to liner-less all-composite (Type V) tanks.  CTD also has an extensive materials portfolio including radiation resistant insulating polymers, thermal insulation, shape memory polymers, and toughened resin systems for cryogenic applications.

Booth Space: 62

Comtech Command & Control Technologies

Booth Space: 62
Leslie Bell

Comtech TCS (formerly TeleCommunication Systems - TCS) -  A specialist in affordable high precision LEO and MEO tracking antennas for remote sensing, earth observation, and communication satellites, Comtech TCS is an industry leading full service provider of integrated ground station equipment and services for satellite and launch vehicle telemetry, tracking and command. Comtech TCS offers a family of durable, low maintenance X/Y pedestal antennas that are optimized for LEO/MEO missions, eliminating keyholes at zenith and cable wrap issues. Comtech TCS also provides complete engineering services for all ground station related operations, specializing in launch support, range safety, satellite TT&C, and communication systems. With more than 35 years in the industry, TCS is devoted to providing customers with the most cost-effective approach that will ensure mission success even under the most difficult technical and environmental conditions. Because of our wide range of products and services, Comtech TCS prides itself in its ability to match every customer’s requirements while still providing low-cost, reliable solutions.

Booth Space: 169

Cosine Measurement Systems

Booth Space: 169
Marco Esposito

cosine is a Dutch company that develops and builds optical and in-situ measurement systems for space, air and ground use. Based in Warmond, the Netherlands, our office houses 6 cleanrooms, as well as assembly and testing facilities.
cosine, with subsidiaries Condi Food and coseno, develops and builds measurement systems for its customers. These are used in scientific, industrial, medical, environmental, energy, agri/food, security, semiconductor and space applications, with customers ranging from small high-tech companies to the European Space Agency.
The cosine team consists of 40 highly educated people who develop transparently in close collaboration with our customers. With our broad experience in different technological areas we provide innovative, out-of-the-box measurement solutions. Technologies span the field of applied physics, with extensive experience in spectroscopy, lasers, radiation and 3D imaging systems.

Booth Space: 43T


Booth Space: 43T
Stewart Davis

CRP USA produces components utilizing Windform materials and Additive Manufacturing (3D Printing) for Aerospace and Motorsports applications.  Windform is a reinforced plastic material produced via Laser Sintering and has passed out gas testing per NASA screening. CRP USA has space flight heritage for Windform XT 2.0 and Windform LX 2.0, most recently launched on the KySat II CubeSat.

Booth Space: 192

Crystal Instruments

Booth Space: 192
Darren Fraser

Founded in 1996, Crystal Instruments (CI) is a leading manufacturer of dynamic measurement, signal analysis, and vibration testing equipment. Crystal Instruments is headquartered in Santa Clara, California, the center of Silicon Valley. Currently, CI products are distributed in over 40 countries around the world.

Crystal Instruments founders James Zhuge Ph.D and Justin Tang previously founded Dactron, which established industry benchmarks with innovative technology. Zhuge and Tang continue leading innovation with Crystal Instruments today, driving the development of the most technologically advanced data acquisition and vibration control products available in the market.

Booth Space: 231T

CU Aerospace

Booth Space: 231T
David Carroll

CU Aerospace is engaged in bringing innovative aerospace technologies to maturity and market.  Additionally, CU Aerospace offers engineering services that draw upon a diverse range of experience and capability developed over our 19-year history. In addition to our core areas of expertise (spacecraft propulsion/software, micro-and-nano-satellite systems, high energy lasers, modeling and simulation, advanced materials), we have successfully tackled problems in plasma/discharge engineering, robotics, control systems, diode lasers, fuel cell technology, lunar regolith resource extraction, and software toolbox development, among other technologies. Our close association with the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign provides us access to a diverse pool of talented individuals, state-of-the-art laboratories, equipment and services. Overall, the depth and breadth of multidisciplinary knowledge at CU Aerospace enables us to solve complex engineering problems in the most cost-effective and time-expedient manner.

Booth Space: 157


Booth Space: 157
Mike-Alec Kearney

CubeSpace is an aerospace company that specializes in small satellite Attitude Determination and Control Systems (ADCS). We offer modular, low-power ADCS components with class leading performance. Components are designed to be compatible with almost all commercially available CubeSat suppliers.

We help each customer to evaluate their ADCS needs, choose the correct hardware solution, and tailor this solution to correctly integrate into their satellite. Our service is personalized, and we strive to help each customer find the balance between powerful ADCS performance, and simple and robust operations.

Our team consists of highly qualified Aerospace engineers that all have post-graduate degrees focused on satellite control systems. Our company has delivered ADCS systems for over 40 different small satellites. Collectively we have, together with our senior staff, over 50 years of experience with satellite ADCS. For more information, please visit our website at www.cubespace.co.za or mail mailto:info@cubespace.co.za.

Booth Space: 160

Cubic Aerospace

Booth Space: 160
Sebastian Welsh

Cubic Aerospace was founded in 2013 with the goal of developing high-reliability spacecraft electronics at affordable costs and on aggressive schedules. Our company is built and operated to maximize design efficiency and leverages a highly-qualified team of engineers with extensive experience in power and analog design, digital design, mechanical and thermal design, and optical design to develop advanced space avionics.  We leverage extensive experience developing products for prime integrators and other demanding customers to deliver innovative CubeSat products with a focus on reliability and radiation tolerance.  These include a high-throughput GPU-based payload processing card and a high-efficiency 150W peak power tracking EPS.  Visit us at www.cubicaerospace.com.

Booth Space: 198

D-Orbit is a service provider for the traditional and new space sectors, with capabilities in satellite manufacturing, launch, deployment, satellite operations, end-of-life strategies and solutions, space propulsion and related critical software. Its products and services cover the entire lifecycle of a space mission, including mission analysis and design, engineering, manufacturing, integration, testing, launch, and end-of-life decommissioning.

InOrbit NOW is the first SmallSat launch and deployment service in the market that can deliver up to 16 CubeSats to orbit and release them individually into distinct orbital slots. The service guarantees a wider separation between CubeSats, enabling a faster signal acquisition and a stable collision-free formation that is essential for spacecraft with no independent propulsion.

Founded in 2011, D-Orbit is based in Milan, Italy, in Washington DC, United States, and Lisbon, Portugal.

Booth Space: 230T

Delphi Precision Imaging

Booth Space: 230T
Blake Chenevert

Improve Mission Assurance with our advanced Industrial CT & X-Ray services, which is very economical for the small satellite market. Non-destructive imaging of internal features of prototypes and production parts saves time in product development and failure investigations. CAD-to-part analysis and tolerance verification improves quality control and prevents costly defects. Delphi Precision Imaging is experienced in working with additively manufactured spacecraft parts in a variety of metals including Titanium and Inconel. Our advanced analysis services quantify critical internal features, affirms internal passages are clear, and maps porosity and voiding. Our multiple X-Ray energy sources allow us to achieve high-resolution scans of complex satellite circuit boards, valves, nozzles, tanks actuators, wire harnesses, and even fully assembled small satellites.  Verify your project and its components are 100% flight-worthy, with non-destructive internal imaging.

Booth Space: 232T

Descartes Labs

Booth Space: 232T
Shawn Patrick

Descartes Labs provides high performance access to calibrated satellite imagery and machine intelligence solutions for industry, academia, and government. Descartes technology powers large-scale analysis, environmental change analysis, and global predictions using a scalable cloud-based platform. Descartes Labs is headquartered in Los Alamos, NM, and has additional offices in Santa Fe, San Francisco, Washington DC, and New York City. Contact mailto:hello@descarteslabs.com for more information.

Booth Space: 196


Booth Space: 196
Rich Markham

DEWESoft, the next evolution in data acquisition instrumentation, offers a full suite of hardware for in-vehicle and lab data acquisition applications. Scalable from four to thousands of channels our instruments are available as small USB and EtherCat devices, stand-alone battery-powered systems, rack-mounted configurations, and ruggedized field-ready solutions. Powered by the latest DEWESoft X software, we acquire and control many multi-domain test sets that include analog in/out, digital in/out, video, CAN, FlexRay, XCP, GPS, and much more. DEWESoft is designed to handle a variety of applications such as: durability testing, road load, E-mobility, power quality, combustion analysis, pass-by-noise, NVH testing, order tracking, torsional vibration, balancing, real-time kinematics, ACC, ISO lane change, and more. DEWESoft hardware and software are used around the world in a variety of fields ranging from auto manufacturers and construction equipment, to aeronautical development and telemetry. And with our Dynamic Signal Analysis capabilities you'll be able do more all on one computer.

Booth Space: 135

DHV Technology

Booth Space: 135
Vicente Diaz

DHV Technology is a Spanish company focused on solar panels for small satellites. DHV Technology designs and manufactures fully custom solar panels on PCB substrate or aluminum honeycomb substrate (CFRP), body mounted or deployable, integrated sensors or other elements as well upon customer requirements. They do have long expertise on photovoltaic technology. DHV Technology has manufactured the solar panels for the Italian satellite UNISAT-6 that was launched from Yasni (Russia) on June 19th 2014. The solar panels are working currently under nominal conditions according to the telemetry installed on the Satellite. DHV Technology has signed a contract with G.A.U.S.S. Srl to supply the solar panels of UNISAT-7 that will be launched early in 2017.
 DHV Technology has developed more than 10 projects for 1U, 2U, 3U and PocketQubes. They are very competitive in Price and very serious in Quality and Deliveries and they are also an ISO 9001 and ISO 14001 certified company.

Booth Space: 190

Dunmore Aerospace

Booth Space: 190
Art Mallett Jr.

DUNMORE Aerospace engineers films, foils and fabrics for aircraft and spacecraft applications.

Over the past 30 years, we have built a reputation for excellence in multi-layer insulation films, tapes and electrostatic dissipative films.

Our products are qualified on over 100 specifications covering commercial, defense, military, space, and space station program applications, appearing in some of the most famous NASA and ESA missions in aerospace history.

As a customer and a partner, you can expect remarkable reliability, responsive customer service, flexible support and advanced technical expertise. Whether you need us to design a new custom product from scratch or help you solve an unexpected challenge...

At DUNMORE, we stand ready to go...

Above and Beyond.

Booth Space: 184

EaglePicher Technologies, LLC

Booth Space: 184
Carol Hanson

EaglePicher Technologies is an industry leader in integrated power solutions. In the span of 174 years, we have created, innovated, and customized solutions for a multitude of defense, aerospace, commercial, aviation and medical customers. Our research and development capabilities are unsurpassed. With a team consisting of over 250 astute scientists and accomplished engineers, combined with our state-of-the-art equipment and facilities, EaglePicher is creating energy storage solutions to meet our customers' specific and specialized power needs. At EaglePicher, we ensure the right power is always available. Whether it is EaglePicher’s cutting-edge research in hybrid technologies or ground-breaking innovation modernization in the oil and gas industries, you can look to the experts at EaglePicher for the solution.

Booth Space: 9, 10

Ecliptic Enterprises Corporation

Booth Space: 9, 10
Rex Ridenoure

Ecliptic is a space avionics and sensor systems company with a strong customer base in commercial, civil and defense markets.  Its flagship RocketCam™ product family is the world’s leading brand of onboard video systems for rockets and spacecraft, with over 150 mission successes.  Ecliptic avionics and sensor systems are also used to control and manage data for spacecraft science payloads, ISS experiments, secondary payloads and hosted payloads, and various mechanical actuations.  More advanced systems support various rendezvous, proximity operations and in-orbit servicing objectives.  Ecliptic also serves as lead contractor and/or partner for CubeSat and smallsat projects.

Booth Space: 223T


Booth Space: 223T
Stanimir Gantchev

EnduroSat designs and engineers high-end affordable satellites for business applications and science missions. Our CubeSat platforms have unmatched price/performance and industry-shortest delivery time. The company is focused on the development of next generation space systems for swarm and constellation satellite applications. The unique online CubeSat store / cubesatstore.com / has complete satellite systems catalogue and industry’s first satellite configurator. EnduroSat provides single-stop solutions for space missions. Our current partners include leading New Space companies and World-class university programs.

Booth Space: 137


Booth Space: 137
Richard Sypniewski

ENPULSION was founded in 2016 as product spin-out of FOTEC, the research subsidiary of the University of Applied Sciences Wiener Neustadt, Austria, to produce and commercialize the Field-Emission Electric Propulsion (FEEP) technology for the global market. This technology is based on more than 15 years of research and development work in cooperation with the European Space Agency (ESA).
In its own semi-automated production facility, ENPULSION is manufacturing the IFM Nano Thrusters – a compact, scalable, and modular electric propulsion system with commodity pricing as well as ultra-short lead times. The IFM Nano Thruster is used as a compact pre-qualified building block in order to provide customized propulsion solutions for nano- and microsatellites. By clustering the IFM Nano modules the scaled version – the IFM Micro Thruster – can be created to target small and medium size space crafts as well.
ENPULSION propulsion systems are provided to customers on a global scale and have expanded the company to the San Jose, California U.S.A. in 2017.

Booth Space: 100

ExoTerra Resource, LLC

Booth Space: 100
Michael VanWoerkom

ExoTerra specializes in solar electric propulsion systems for micro-satellites.  Our Halo Micro-Hall Effect Thruster meets rideshare restrictions and fits within 1/4U of volume.  In addition, our deployable solar array provides nearly 300 W of power at BOL to a 6U CubeSat.  Our SEP module integrates with our 6U & 12U EPIC CubeSat bus to provide 1-4 km/s of dV for orbit raising, inclination change, orbit maintenance, injection, or deorbit.  Beyond SEP, ExoTerra is developing micro-ISRU systems for refueling spacecraft at distant moons, asteroids & comets.

Booth Space: 55

EyasSat, Inc.

Booth Space: 55
Genah M. Burditt

EyasSat LLC manufactures classroom satellite kits for demonstrating basic engineering principles through complex systems engineering & spacecraft design. These kits are used both at universities and for workforce development.  EyasSat LLC has two types of simulators:  Traditional Nano Sat, GEN 5, & 3U Cube Sat, EyasSat3, is under development. Each has the major subsystems of a spacecraft: Power Distribution, with rechargeable batteries & configurable solar array; ADCS, with two actuators-reaction wheel(s) & magnetorquers, sun/yaw sensors; Thermal,  with heat pipe, copper rod, heaters, and alternative materials for emissivity/absorptivity studies; COMM, Data handling, GSE Equipment & Groundstation GUI. The kits also come with a user guide which can be basis for course/curricula development and/or adapted for a lab manual. Visit our booth, or eyassat.com, for further details.

Booth Space: 125

FedEx Space Solutions

Booth Space: 125
Melody Lesage

FedEx Corp. (NYSE: FDX) provides customers and businesses worldwide with a broad portfolio of transportation, e-commerce and business services.  With annual revenues of $45 billion, the company offers integrated business applications through operating companies competing collectively and managed collaboratively, under the respected FedEx brand.  Consistently ranked among the world's most admired and trusted employers, FedEx inspires its more than 300,000 team members to remain "absolutely, positively" focused on safety, the highest ethical and professional standards and the needs of their customers and communities. For more information, visit news.fedex.com.

Booth Space: 212

Firefly Space

Booth Space: 212
Michael Jones

Firefly Aerospace is committed to providing economical and convenient access to space for small payloads through the design, manufacture and operation of reliable launch vehicles.

Led by CEO Tom Markusic and a team of space industry veterans, Firefly is developing the Alpha launch vehicle. Alpha combines the highest payload performance with the lowest cost per kilogram to orbit in its vehicle class. Capable of delivering 1 metric ton to Low Earth Orbit (LEO) and 600 kg to the highly desirable 500 KM Sun-Synchronous Orbit (SSO), Alpha will provide launch options for both full vehicle and ride share customers. Firefly is based in Austin and has rapidly grown our workforce to over 120 employees.

Space is the next frontier of the information revolution. Firefly is proud to enable a new generation of entrepreneurs access to the untapped potential of space. Together we will extend the reach of humanity into the universe.

Booth Space: 194

General Atomics

Booth Space: 194
Douglas Hyland

General Atomics Electromagnetic Systems (GA-EMS) specializes in concept to on-orbit satellite solutions and services for the design, test, manufacture and deployment of a range of nanosatellites to small satellites up to 500 kg. GA-EMS leverages its extensive mission heritage, proven technologies, and modular platform architectures to tailor solutions to meet individual customer specifications.  With a high degree of configuration and payload flexibility, GA-EMS offers advanced design techniques, successful operational flight experience, and high mission assurance to meet a broad range of mission requirements from the ground-to-space.

Booth Space: 168

Georgia Tech Research Institute

Booth Space: 168
Eric Truitt

Georgia Tech Research Institute (GTRI) develops advanced technological solutions and large-scale system prototypes to address the most difficult problems in national security, economic development and overall human betterment. GTRI is uniquely positioned within the Georgia Institute of Technology (Georgia Tech), a top research university.  Many of our experts are recognized internationally in a vast array of research domains.  GTRI’s core research areas include complex and agile systems engineering, sensor design and integration, modeling and simulation, information management and cyber security, and defense technology development. GTRI has over 2000 employees and conducts more than $360 million in sponsored research annually.

Booth Space: 154, 155

Glenair, Inc

Booth Space: 154, 155
Terry White

Glenair Manufactures High-Performance, Light Weight Interconnect Solutions

Save weight and money on every satellite and every launch! Heavy interconnect wire systems have met their match: ArmorLite™ microfilament stainless steel braid saves pounds compared to standard QQ-B-575/A-A-59569 EMI/RFI shielding. The principal benefit of ArmorLite™ is its extreme light weight compared to conventional nickel/copper shielding. By way of comparison, 100 feet of 5/8 inch ArmorLite™ is more than four pounds lighter than standard 575 A-A-59569 shielding. ArmorLite™  is just one of the many weight-saving, space-grade interconnect technologies available from Glenair, a major interconnect industry innovator of miniaturized and lightweight interconnect solutions including our signature Mighty Mouse series connector—the best selling connector on Mars! Visit Glenair at booth 154-155 to become THE weight-savings hero in your organization.

Booth Space: 3, 4


Booth Space: 3, 4
Annette Marquart

GomSpace is a globally leading manufacturer & supplier of nanosatellite solutions for customers in the academic, government and commercial markets. Our team of approximately 200 employees serve customers in more than 50 countries with a wide range of skills and qualifications – including systems integration, nanosatellite platforms and advanced miniaturised radio technology.
Our mission is clear: “We help teams across the globe achieve their goals in space”. Nanosatellites should be put to work delivering revenue and/or mission critical services for their owners, and we can deliver the - often complex - products and solutions that enable our customers in doing so. Due to our more than 10 years of experience in the field and a strong history of highly successful missions, we can offer our customers a strong set of profound knowledge and competencies within radio technology, nanosatellite platforms, project management and innovation.

Booth Space: 208

Haigh-Farr, Inc

Booth Space: 208
Kreg Almand

For fifty years Haigh-Farr, Inc., a Woman Owned Small Business, has provided Innovative Solutions from Concept to Creation from basic to the most sophisticated antenna systems. Our AS9100 certified entirely captive modeling / simulation analysis, design, manufacturing, and test capabilities enable us to provide the lowest overall costs while assuring your stringent quality and schedule requirements are met. From UHF to Ka-Band solutions our Blade, Button, GPS, Wraparound™, Flexislot™, Omnislot™, Radar Altimeter, Waveguide, Patch, Power Dividers, Quadrature Hybrid, and associated Cables are found in environments from benign to the most extreme. We design and build Test Hat / Couplers as well. Contact us today to see how you can take advantage of our Space, and Airborne heritage for your Telemetry, GPS, Video, Transponder, Data Link, Flight Termination, and Radar Altimetry needs. If an existing solution is not already available we can modify one for a quick lowest overall cost solution.

Booth Space: 146, 147

Harris Corporation

Booth Space: 146, 147
Rob Goyer

From ocean to orbit and everywhere in between, Harris provides mission-critical solutions to connect, inform and protect the world. Harris is a proven leader in tactical communications, electronic warfare, avionics, air traffic management, space and intelligence, and weather solutions.
Harris Corporation is developing solutions that help customers across the entire smallsat value chain. Building on over 50 years of on-orbit success, Harris has miniaturized its space-proven capabilities—including high-capacity antennas, cutting-edge mission payloads, scalable ground systems, and advanced analytics—to reduce costs and timelines of deploying capable spaceborne systems. Learn more at booth #146/147 or www.harris.com

Booth Space: 143

HawkEye 360

Booth Space: 143
Adam Bennett

HawkEye 360 is developing a constellation of formation-flying micro satellites in low Earth orbit (LEO) to execute a unique radio frequency (RF) spectrum monitoring and geo-location capability. The company's analytics engine generates reports on signals that can be used to track and monitor global transportation networks, detect distress alerts, assist with emergencies and much more. By implementing this exciting new concept, HawkEye 360 will provide highly accurate maritime domain awareness, establish a spectrum inventory, and develop insight into how signals are being used globally.  Preparing for its product launch, HawkEye 360 is poised to address pressing needs of commercial and government customers worldwide.  More information about the company can be found at www.he360.com.

Booth Space: 102

Helical Communication Technologies

Booth Space: 102
Sal Bologna

Displaying HCT's satellite antennas the booth will be accompanied by company literature and information explaining it's products and business.

HCT is a communications company specialized in small satellite communications both on the ground and in orbit.

Company products include terrestrial antenna's and ground stations, in-orbit deployable antenna's, ground station data collection systems, phased array antennas and anechoic chamber testing services.

Booth Space: 32

Honeywell has been on the forefront of satellite technology for more than 50 years. With the acquisition of COM DEV, Honeywell is a leading producer of space-qualified passive microwave equipment, specialized electronics and optical subsystems. The combined Honeywell-COM DEV portfolio is bringing new capabilities and functionalities to the satellite industry. Honeywell offers a comprehensive range of expertise in the space sector and has full capability in the design and manufacture of ferrite devices, active RF and electronic equipment, passive microwave equipment, and integrated assemblies for Communication, Earth Observation and Scientific satellites.
We understand the emerging smallsat markets of today and we can take our customers where they need to be tomorrow.
Learn more at aerospace.honeywell.com

Booth Space: 151


Booth Space: 151
Roman Buff

Your preferred partner for space connectivity solutions
For over 15 years, HUBER+SUHNER AG has been designing and manufacturing state-of-the-art microwave components offering outstanding electrical and mechanical performance. Our carefully balanced portfolio of passive components offers proven solutions for space flight and ground test applications up to 90 GHz. We offer a full range of component materials and ruggedizations as well as patented, leading-edge connector termination methods that ensure reliable performance of our products in even the most extreme environments.

Benefit from our vast heritage and expertise in the production of flight-ready microwave cable assemblies and components using industry-standard manufacturing and quality control processes. The proven success of our technology-driven, customer-focused solutions within demanding space flight and ground test applications provides the customer the peace of mind that they have settled for nothing less than the industry's best.

Booth Space: 97

Hyperion Technologies B.V.

Booth Space: 97
Bert Monna

Hyperion Technologies is a provider of small satellite components, focusing on high performance ADCS and related systems. All of our products are extremely miniaturised, making them suitable for use in both nano-satellites as well as larger satellites.

We have multiple standard products available, including star trackers, reaction wheels, magnetorquers and fully integrated attitude control systems. We develop customer specific product adaptations or entirely new subsystems in areas like (high speed, high accuracy) sensor read-out, high performance computing, and efficient actuation and control. All of our systems are designed and tested to be radiation tolerant, as well as energy efficient, allowing them to be used in nearly every mission scenario.

Hyperion Technologies was officially founded in 2013. Its first product in space is an ISS-mounted attitude determination system, interfacing fibre optic gyroscopes and our star trackers to an external computer, which was launched at the end of 2013.

Booth Space: 227T

IDEAS Engineering & Technology, LLC

Booth Space: 227T
Alonzo Vera

IDEAS Engineering & Technology, LLC (IDEAS-TEK) is a R&D business dedicated to the development of innovative and cost-effective solutions for the space and defense industry. IDEAS-TEK provides years of expertise in the design, testing and integration of high performance, fault tolerant digital and embedded systems as well as software. Our customers include the private sector and the US government. Our projects and products range from full custom and proprietary designs of digital systems to open hardware/software designs provided to the community for development and experimentation. For the last 4 years, IDEAS-TEK has been working on low-cost Radiation Hardened ASICs, high-performance computing systems for small satellites, and sensing payloads for multiple missions. IDEAS-TEK strives to provide top quality services and innovative solutions to our customers.

Booth Space: 67

IHI Group

Booth Space: 67
Hideki Kayaba

IHI AEROSPACE (IA) is an aerospace and defense company.
Epsilon third flight was successfully performed in 2018. Epsilon is suitable enough to satisfy increasing demands for small and medium payloads.
IA participated in R&D programs for nano-satellite launchers, such as METI’s Air Launch System Enabling Technology (ALSET).

MEISEI ELECTRIC is provider of components and small satellite systems.
Since 1955, MEISEI developed more than 3,000 instruments for rockets, satellites, space probes and space station.
MEISEI provides wide range of small satellite components: magnetic torquers, magnetometers, S/X band transmitters, GPS receivers, OBCs, and various bus and mission instruments.

IHI GROUP will contribute to not only government but also commercial small satellite communities.

Booth Space: 138

In-Space Missions Limited

Booth Space: 138
Doug Liddle

In-Space Missions Limited (UK) brings together experience and innovation to grow space businesses.  It develops new space and ‘newspace’ missions and provides consultancy and procurement support to the space industry.

In-Space operates in the following areas:

•    Teaming to develop new missions and products with innovative business models and technologies and take them from concept to fully funded, operational systems.

•    Consultancy offering high quality technical, commercial and domain expertise to a wide range of clients.  In-Space supports and enables everything from large scale capital projects to small scale technical developments.

•    Procurement support to space companies, new entrants and government.  In-Space provides a customer friend function to enable pragmatic technical and programmatic oversight on innovative space mission and subsystem procurements.

We have collaborated with or supported over 20 newspace, traditional space, institutional, financial, academic and government organisations since our inception in 2015.

In-Space Missions – Your Partners in Space

Booth Space: 175

Infostellar Inc.

Booth Space: 175
Hazel Naylor

Infostellar is a ground service provider developing an antenna sharing platform called StellarStation. The platform sits between ground station operators and satellite operators worldwide, managing the complex processes required to connect both sides in a shared network.
Using StellarStation, ground station operators can share their unused antenna time and access antennas worldwide for their satellite operations. This allows for cost-effective increases in satellite communications time and reduced latency. Tapping into under-utilized ground station capacity also provides an opportunity for additional revenue.
By lowering costs and increasing communication time, Infostellar empowers satellite operators to improve their service quality and pursue new business opportunities.

Booth Space: 18

Ingenicomm, Inc

Booth Space: 18
John Otranto

Ingenicomm, LLC provides engineering services and high-performance ground electronics to space programs across the civil, commercial, defense, and intelligence sectors, supporting government agencies, commercial enterprises, and academic and nonprofit organizations across the United States and around the globe.  Ingenicomm is part of the Braxton Science & Technology Group, a family of companies whose combined technology portfolio covers the full range of ground system elements, from stand-alone modems and digital processors to integrated command and control and mission management systems.  Together, Ingenicomm and the other companies of the Braxton Science & Technology Group offer turn-key solutions for the full spectrum of space mission profiles, from cubesats to billion-dollar satellite constellations.

Booth Space: 44T

Innoflight, Inc.

Booth Space: 44T
David Andaleon

Innoflight is a Veteran Owned Small Business offering cutting edge cyber security systems, RF communications, and processing platforms using state of the art components.  Our core competency is secure Command, Control, Communications and Computers (C4) design through innovative implementation of modern Commercial Off-the-Shelf (COTS) technology in tandem with common standards and protocols that produce modular, high performance, low Size Weight and Power (SWaP) systems. Our products are qualified through an Innoflight process that includes parts reliability analysis & testing, system level fault tolerance, and radiation risk mitigation. Our business base includes the US government, prime aerospace contractors, and commercial space developers. We design systems to be autonomous, secure and capable of advanced networking operations as the “state of the art”.

Booth Space: 107

Instar Engineering and Consulting, Inc.

Booth Space: 107
Tom Sarafin

Instar Engineering and Consulting (Littleton, Colorado; founded 1993) offers consulting services, R&D, and educational short courses relevant to the space industry.  Our experience spans the fields of structures, dynamics, acoustic response, mechanical systems engineering, test engineering, force-limited vibration testing, thermal analysis, and mechanical system integration.

Instar has provided engineering and consulting services for over 15 small satellites in the 50 – 180 kg range, including the U. S. Air Force Academy’s FalconSat series.  We are presently consulting for the STP-2 mission, which includes 13 small and mid-sized satellites.  In this role we are assisting with payload integration, environments definition, structural verification, and risk management. We steered the design and verification of two rideshare adapters and are currently researching new concepts for rideshare structures.  We've taught over 250 courses to more than 5,000 engineers and managers at aerospace companies and NASA centers.

Booth Space: 224T


Booth Space: 224T
Don Elkins

IONOTRONICS® designs and manufactures modular subsystems for building compact electronic solutions in the areas of Robotics and Embedded C and Wireless Control. IONOTRONICS® products enable Research and Development teams as well as manufacturers to invent and prototype embedded systems  using small form factor parts. The wide range of products allow complex systems to be built and deployed.  In addition, IONOTRONICS® has developed the Dakotaraptor® Platform for Advanced ASIC SoC and FPGA Research and Development in Software Defined Radios and Robotics. Dakotaraptor® is based on the Xilinx 45T Spartan 6 FPGA.  We also offer hardware and software tools for I2C development including a USB/I2C/SPI Bridge and Java Graphical Interface programs for I2C and SPI peripheral development and testing. All IONOTRONICS®  products are manufactured in the United States of America.

Booth Space: 235T

IR HiRel, An Infineon Technologies Company

Booth Space: 235T
Nazik Maloyan

IR HiRel is a manufacturer and leader in power management products for Space. IR HiRel offers one of the broadest range of RadHard and Rad Tolerant DC-DC converters, as well as custom power modules, RadHard solid-state relays, voltage regulators, MOSFETs and other space components. We offer standard, custom, and build-to-print RadHard DC/DC and EPC design platforms for most satellite design applications. These products are offered as hybrids as well as high-power PCB based EPCs. IR HiRel has the products, knowledge, and support for you to be successful in Space. Visit us at space T235 for the latest in RadHard technology.

Booth Space: 1, 2

ISIS - Innovative Solutions In Space

Booth Space: 1, 2
Jeroen Rotteveel

ISIS – Innovative Solutions In Space is one of the leading companies in the small satellite market. Founded in 2006, ISIS operates globally and serves customers worldwide in accomplishing their space missions and applications.
ISIS specializes in realizing innovative turn-key small satellite missions including launch and operations for in orbit delivery. ISIS designs and delivers small satellite platforms, for single missions and constellations, either standardized or optimized in performance and size tailored to the mission needs. Through ISL, its launch services subsidiary, ISIS launches all sizes of small satellites. In addition to that, the company supports space capability building through training programs, knowledge transfer as well as component sales.
ISIS can offer the right solution for every customer, from subsystem to full mission and constellation building, through its unique and proven approach of full vertical integration which combines design, development, production, testing, launch services and satellite operations into a single organization.
Currently, ISIS employs over 80 specialist employees from 25 different nationalities. Our main offices are in The Netherlands, while we also have an office in South Africa.

Booth Space: 238T

Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA)

Booth Space: 238T
Takuki Sano

The Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) was born through the merger of three institutions, namely the Institute of Space and Astronautical Science (ISAS), the National Aerospace Laboratory of Japan (NAL) and the National Space Development Agency of Japan (NASDA). It was designated as a core performance agency to support the Japanese government's overall aerospace development and utilization. JAXA, therefore, can conduct integrated operations from basic research and development, to utilization.
JAXA became a National Research and Development Agency in April 2015, and took a new step forward to achieve optimal R&D achievements for Japan, according to the government's purpose of establishing a national R&D agency.

Booth Space: West Colony

Japan Booth

Booth Space: West Colony
Shinsaku Nakamura

Another year has come, Japan Booth is open at West Colony, Small Satellite Conference. This year, Japan Booth proudly presents Japanese activities of about 20 Japanese companies, colleges and organizations. Most exhibitors at Japan Booth are not huge industry corporations, but they are increasing market shares overseas with their own unique skills. Japan Booth is not only a chance for Japanese companies to open their markets. It provides you your new business chance to collaborate with Japanese craftsmen. Come to Japan Booth, you would be a witness of Japanese high-quality space technologies, space business and services.  Japan Booth is conducted by Japan Space Systems.

Japan Space Systems is a non-profit organization about Japanese space industry through developing space systems, remote sensing/GIS data utilization and international cooperation.

Booth Space: 75

JHU/Applied Physics Laboratory

Booth Space: 75
Margaret Simon

The Johns Hopkins University’s Applied Physics Laboratory makes critical contributions to our nation’s critical challenges.  APL has built 68 small spacecraft and instruments for a variety of applications, including New Horizons, MESSENGER, and the Van Allen Probes. The first pair of 3U cubesats launched in 2013 and performed successfully.

Booth Space: 233T

Kaman Specialty Bearings & Engineered Products

Booth Space: 233T
Ron Arbon

Kaman Specialty Bearings is a strong, customer-focused engineering organization, with bearing solutions that can be found around the globe. Kamatics self-lubricating bearing technology and GRW’s High-Precision ball bearings offer an increase in performance, reliability, and extended service life in applications such as solar array pins, arm linkages, flight controls, helium tank attachments, sunshields, engine mounts and many others.

Booth Space: 206, 207

Kongsberg Satellite Services AS

Booth Space: 206, 207
Stig-Are Thrana

Kongsberg Satellite Services AS (KSAT) is a commercial Norwegian company, uniquely positioned to provide ground station and earth observation services for polar orbiting satellites. With three interconnected polar ground stations; Tromsø at 69°N, Svalbard (SvalSat) at 78°N and Antarctic TrollSat Station at 72°S, combined with mid-latitude network of stations in South Africa, Dubai, Singapore and Mauritius, KSAT operates over 60 antennas optimally positioned for access to polar and geostationary orbits.

KSAT is also the world-leading company for maritime monitoring and surveillances services using data from several radar and optical services. KSAT is offering unbiased multi-mission near-realtime services providing accurate information to oil and gas and government customers based on satellites to users worldwide in less than 20 minutes.
The combination of KSAT ground stations and service offerings is unmatched worldwide.

Booth Space: 35, 36


Booth Space: 35, 36
Jordan Klepper

By leveraging new technology and innovative approaches specifically designed to match the requirements, schedules, and budgets of Small Sat programs, Kratos’ family of Small Satellite Ground Solutions are the answer for affordable, fully functional small satellite ground systems.

The product family, known as quantum, consists of solutions for narrowband TT&C links, wideband or payload links, RF test / compatibility and command and control. Many of these solutions have been virtualized providing ground operations that enable operators to consolidate processing equipment into fewer platforms reducing hardware footprint and operating costs.  Additionally, the hardware foot print shifts from vendor specific hardware to commercially available computing platforms.

Kratos ground systems include carrier monitoring to track satellite performance, identify, locate and mitigate RF interference; network management and control to manage data, hardware and services across the network and predictive analysis for enhanced space situational awareness.

quantum transcends the cost and complexity of traditional ground systems with a pre-integrated, low risk, fully functional turnkey C2 to RF system for small satellites.

Booth Space: 174


Booth Space: 174
Tyler Browder

Kubos is a satellite software company focused on improving developer productivity and flight software quality. The Kubos platform includes everything a satellite mission needs from mission design and onboard software to hardware test and mission operations in the cloud. Our central products, KubOS and Major Tom, reduce risk and simplify missions. KubOS is the first of its kind open-source flight software operating system. Major Tom makes mission operations better through configurable dashboards, automation, job queues, and KubOS integration. We partner with satellite operators by offering mission development and operations support through the complete mission life cycle.

Booth Space: 77, 78

L3 Technologies

Booth Space: 77, 78
Paul Brammer

L3 Technologies is a leading provider of a broad range of communication and electronic systems and products used on military, homeland security and commercial platforms. L3 is also a prime contractor in aerospace systems, security and detection systems, and pilot training.

Booth Space: 131

LACO Technologies

Booth Space: 131
Randy Holdaway

LACO Technologies, Inc. is a leading manufacturer of vacuum and leak testing systems. Driven by innovation, service, and quality, we strive to be the best provider of standard and custom vacuum and leak testing solutions. Our products include custom Thermal Vacuum Space Simulation systems, Altitude Simulation systems, Turn-key Vacuum and Production Leak Test systems, Vacuum Chambers, Calibrated Leak Standards, Gauge Calibration, and Leak Testing services.

Established in 1975 and located in Salt Lake City, Utah, LACO serves customers across the United States and internationally. Owned by engineers, LACO is uniquely situated to provide innovative solutions for vacuum and leak testing applications. We work with diverse customer applications and are dedicated to creating the right solution to help our customers achieve their goals.

LACO serves numerous markets including Aerospace, Space Simulation, Automotive & Transportation, Medical, Electronics & Semiconductors, R&D, and others.

Engineered Solutions You Can Trust!

Booth Space: 209, 210

LASP – Laboratory for Atmospheric Space Physics, University of Colorado Boulder

Booth Space: 209, 210
Kelly Hepburn

CU/LASP is a global leader in interdisciplinary research and education in Earth and space science and engineering. Drawing upon its world class facilities, unique geographic location, and the demonstrated leadership of its faculty, staff, and students, CU/LASP is leading the revolution in space exploration, Earth observation, and understanding the coupled Earth-space system. Our capabilities include:

•    Earth and Space Sciences
•    Aerospace Engineering Systems
•    Space Weather
•    Space Situational Awareness
•    Human and Robotic Exploration
•    Spacecraft Design
•    Instrument Development
•    Small Satellites
•    Astrodynamics
•    Position, Navigation and Timing
•    Unmanned Aerial Systems
•    Bioastronautics
•    Remote Sensing
•    Atmospheric Modeling
•    RF and Electromagnetics
•    Optics and Photonics
•    Space Operations

Booth Space: 110

Libration Systems Management, Inc. (LSM)

Booth Space: 110
Lee Thienel

Libration Systems was founded in 2006 as a New Mexico corporation.  LSM is an employee owned small business.  LSM’s purpose is to provide support to our customers supporting mission success.  Libration Systems provides support from Phase-A studies through launch/early operations.  LSM’s customers include NASA, DOD, DOE, and industry partners.  Our core competencies include integration and test services; electrical ground support equipment development; cleanroom facilities specification and installation; LSM provides design, fabrication and testing of cables for flight and ground use; and flight data analysis.

LSM also developed a line of Break-out-Boxes and break-out-Cables to facilitate the integration and test of spacecraft and other complex systems.  Both catalog and custom model are available, LSM provides our customers with the configuration that best meets their needs.  Another product that LSM is developing is smart batteries, applications include small satellites and CubeSats.

Booth Space: 167


Booth Space: 167
Greg Sanford

LoadPath specializes in the development and delivery of advanced engineered products and services.  The company’s core capabilities focus on the design, analysis, testing, and manufacturing of aerospace structural systems and components, particularly those critical to the launch vehicle and satellite community.  Our highly technical engineering staff has extensive experience in the design and evaluation of multiple payload adapters, deployable payloads, CubeSat components and launch accommodations, reconfigurable thermal control subsystems, missile structures, and reentry vehicles throughout the complete concept-to-flight development cycle.  Additionally, we have exceptional manufacturing capabilities for the development of novel launch vehicle and satellite composite structures.  LoadPath is a small business dedicated to developing and maintaining strong customer relationships by consistently exceeding their expectations.

Booth Space: 33, 34

Lockheed Martin

Booth Space: 33, 34
Allison Sharpe

Headquartered in Bethesda, Maryland, Lockheed Martin is a global security and aerospace company that – with the addition of Sikorsky – employs approximately 126,000 people worldwide and is principally engaged in the research, design, development, manufacture, integration and sustainment of advanced technology systems, products and services.

Booth Space: 144

Loft Orbital

Booth Space: 144
Alex Greenberg

Loft Orbital's mission is to Make Space Simple for our customers. We fly and operate customer payloads as a service, and we handle the entire satellite mission from end-to-end. We offer low cost and rapid access to space by hosting multiple customer payloads as a rideshare. We work with the leading manufacturers of low cost and high performance microsatellite buses, and we use our in-house developed payload interface and satellite operations software to accommodate our customers' payloads.

Booth Space: 123

M+P International, Inc.

Booth Space: 123
Jim Churchill

Product designers and test engineers throughout the world trust m+p international for reliable noise and vibration analysis, structural dynamics, vibration and acoustic control. On display will be m+p’s [Jim Churchill] VibControl and Dynamic Signal Analyzer software with VibPilot 24, and VibRunner measurement hardware along with new data acquisition and control Methods for Force Limited Vibration Testing.

Booth Space: 199, 200

M2 Antenna Systems, Inc.

Booth Space: 199, 200
Mathew Staal

M2 Antenna Systems, Inc. started building high quality satellite communication antennas for a commercial project in 1986. Since then, M2 has excelled in producing innovative, high quality RF products to meet demanding communications needs for the government, military, space and the research and scientific communities. We also    produce off-the-shelf products for wireless internet service providers (WiSP’s), commercial two-way service providers, and the mining industry. From high-performance HF Yagis’ and innovative dish feeds, to custom Servo controlled Azimuth and  Elevation Tracking systems, M2 produces the finest antennas, positioners and accessories around. All products are computer modeled, optimized and tested at our Fresno, California facility. Our products are made right here in the United States of high quality aluminum and steel. All parts are (CNC) or manually machined by expert machinists who understand that quality counts. Give us a call to get started on your next project.

Booth Space: 180

Magellan Aerospace

Booth Space: 180
Leslie Yakimishyn

Magellan Aerospace is a global company that provides products, systems and solutions to the space, defense and aviation markets. The company has facilities in Canada, the United States, Europe and India, and its principal business groups are Space and Rockets, Aerostructures, Aeroengines and Specialty Products. Magellan’s Space and Rockets division has over fifty years of flight heritage on CSA and NASA missions including over 150 launches of its Black Brant sounding rocket, sub-orbital payloads, experiments aboard human spaceflight missions, and Earth-orbiting satellite missions. Magellan offers a family of spacecraft bus solutions consisting of the microsatellite-class MAC-100 and the smallsat-class MAC-200, as well as command and data handling (C&DH) and power control unit (PCU) subsystems. Magellan was the prime contractor for the SCISAT-1 and CASSIOPE spacecraft, and is currently building the three spacecraft of the RADARSAT Constellation Mission (RCM) as well as avionics for another upcoming mission.

Booth Space: 228T

Materion Corporation

Booth Space: 228T
Robert Michel

Materion Corporation manufactures and sells advanced materials.
The company operates through four business units; Performance Alloys and Composites, Advanced Materials, Precision Coatings and Technical Materials. The Performance Alloys and Composites segment provides materials with many products and shapes with excellent stiffness-to-weight ratio.  Beryllium, beryllium-aluminum alloys, and Metal Matrix Composites (MMC) are extensively used in optical, structural and electronic housings in the aircraft and satellite markets. The refined microstructure offers a significant benefit when stiffness, strength, and thermal management are key requirements. Precision Coatings segment produces sputter-coated precision thin film coatings and optical filter materials used in space based telescopes and detectors. The Advanced Materials segment creates a wide array of products including thin film deposition materials, electronic packaging products and high purity and specialty materials. The Technical Materials segment creates innovative, custom clad metal solutions for global market leaders.  All of our products are engineered materials that improve the world.

Booth Space: 237T

Maxar Technologies

Booth Space: 237T
Omar Mahmoud

As a global leader of advanced space technology solutions, Maxar Technologies (formerly MacDonald, Dettwiler and Associates) is at the nexus of the new space economy, developing and sustaining the infrastructure and delivering the information, services, systems that unlock the promise of space for commercial and government markets. As a trusted partner, Maxar Technologies provides vertically-integrated capabilities and expertise including satellites, Earth imagery, robotics, geospatial data and analytics to help customers anticipate and address their most complex mission-critical challenges with confidence. With more than 6,500 employees in over 30 global locations, the Maxar Technologies portfolio of commercial space brands includes MDA, SSL, DigitalGlobe and Radiant Solutions. Every day, billions of people rely on Maxar to communicate, share information and data, and deliver insights that Build a Better World. Maxar trades on the Toronto Stock Exchange and New York Stock Exchange as MAXR. For more information, visit www.maxar.com.

Booth Space: 132


Booth Space: 132
Adriano Meta

MetaSensing is an Italian-Dutch company focusing on advanced radar technology, which manufactures and operates radar sensors for different remote sensing, mapping, geo-monitoring, defence and space applications.
MetaSensing provides airborne and ground-based radar systems for high-resolution, all-weather, night and day mapping, monitoring and surveillance services with compact radar sensors, applying state-of-the-art Synthetic Aperture Radar (SAR) techniques.
In late 2017 MetaSensing kicked off its own satellite SAR payload at X band featuring 20 cm resolution and 400 km wide coverage areas.
STARSAR-X will be finalized in 2019 and targets small satellites above 100 kg.
The company’s expertise ranges from antenna design till SAR advanced processing through radar assembly at different frequency bands.
With offices in The Netherlands, Italy and Singapore and a network of business partners in many countries, MetaSensing offers customized radar solutions and fast and reliable pre-sale and after-sales services.

Booth Space: 46T

Micro Aerospace Solutions, Inc. (MAS)

Booth Space: 46T
Don Platt

Micro Aerospace Solutions, Inc. (MAS) is a small business based on Florida’s space coast. Our goal is to provide low-cost innovative solutions to small satellite challenges. Our expertise includes R&D for small spacecraft attitude detection/control, propulsion systems, sensor systems, command and data handling, embedded systems, avionics integration and electronics. We specialize in low-cost, high performance solutions. In addition to our proven flight heritage in LEO, we’re developing a full software suite for an interplanetary mission using agile software development techniques that minimizes required resources while maintaining quality and NASA NPR 7150.2A compliance. Our team is experienced in NASA processes and regulations, ISO9000 standards, and is Level 2 CMMI compliant. We offer testing capabilities including vibration, thermal-vacuum, and EMI testing. MAS can assist you in system design and analysis during the entire system life cycle from concept to decommissioning.

Booth Space: 156

Microchip Technology Inc.

Booth Space: 156
Mike Thurlby

Microchip Technology Inc. (NASDAQ:  MCHP) is a leading provider of microcontroller, mixed-signal, analog and Flash-IP solutions, providing low-risk product development, lower total system cost and faster time to market for thousands of diverse customer applications worldwide.  Headquartered in Chandler, Arizona, Microchip offers outstanding technical support along with dependable delivery and quality.  For more information, visit the Microchip website at www.microchip.com

Booth Space: 70

Millennium Space Systems

Booth Space: 70
Tiffany Guthrie

Millennium Space Systems is a privately held, employee-owned company founded in 2001, providing alternative and relevant solutions to today’s aerospace challenges. The company designs flight systems and develops mission and system solutions for the Intelligence Community, Department of Defense, National Aeronautics & Space Administration and commercial customers. Millennium offers two small satellite product lines: AQUILA for missions from 200 kg to 1000 kg, and ALTAIR for missions below 100 kg. AQUILA provides tailored accommodation for complex payloads that requiring arc-second pointing accuracy and up to 1000 W peak power. A fully customized AQUILA bus can be ready for launch just 24 months after PDR. ALTAIR is optimized for even more rapid programs, using state-of-the-art design and manufacturing techniques to achieve an unprecedented 90-day production cycle. In addition to complete satellites and systems, Millennium supplies selected small-satellite components, including reaction wheels, batteries and solar-array drive mechanisms.

Booth Space: 128

Mirabilis Design Inc.

Booth Space: 128
Deepak Shankar

Mirabilis Design is a Silicon Valley company providing systems engineering solutions.  VisualSim is a modeling and simulation software that is used to visualize the entire system prior to investing in a program.  This visualization eliminates risk in product development by resolving bottlenecks, failures, quality limitations and performance issues, early in the product definition phase.  The visualization can be at a mission, large system or a board, and can contain a combination of electronics, real-time software, sensors and networks.

Applications can be space payload, Radars, network of aircrafts and ground stations. Analysis performed in VisualSim can determine the feasibility of a project based on reports generated for timing, power consumption, throughput and functionality.

Users construct VisualSim models of the proposed system using parameterized components in a graphical environment.  Traffic, use-cases and application flows are added to this model and simulated for a variety of parameters.  The large collection of reports and statistics provide accurate and high probability view of the final product performance.  These can be analyzed to make architecture decisions on the mission.

Booth Space: 103

Mitsubishi Electric provides semiconductors/devices including power modules and driver ICs that handle the highly efficient control of power, optical devices that deliver the performance required in fiber-optic communication devices, high frequency devices that cover everything from radios and mobile phones to satellite communications, and the line of TFT-LCD modules that improve interfaces for information.

Booth Space: 205

MMA Design LLC

Booth Space: 205
Leslie Seal

MMA specializes in space power, deployables and deployable apertures, designed for CubeSat and SmallSats systems. Our responsive team combines unmatched creativity with extensive spaceflight systems and hardware experience to design and deliver high quality elegant solutions to challenging requirements.
With a focus on systems engineering principles, agile teams and thought leadership, MMA has been conducting cutting-edge research and developing best-in-class solutions, that have enabled spaceflight missions for our customers.
MMA specializes in maturing creative ideas quickly to raise state-of-the-art performance standards in the aerospace industry. In concert with skilled and efficient engineering practices, we leverage small company, hardware-centric performance advantages into real product development and commercialization success.

Booth Space: 130


Booth Space: 130
Shawn Sibbald


Our customers are often bold, brave and visionary, and many won’t accept the status quo when it comes to dealing with the challenges of Earth’s gravity.  Our Sherpa guided parachute system is part of a diverse range of exciting space and near space recovery applications, expanding the transportation market's envelope.

Partnering with private companies that specialize in re-usable space cargo platforms including rockets, low orbit satellites, and space tourism, we are developing new lightweight solutions for safely and precisely returning equipment back to earth.

Since 2014, MMIST has worked with multiple companies seeking stratospheric payload recovery from altitudes as high as 120,000’ MSL. With minor modifications, our Sherpa Precision Aerial Delivery System has been recovering increasingly larger payloads.

MMIST has quickly defined itself as a leader in the emerging market of stratospheric payload recovery. Contact us with your custom requirements!


Booth Space: 186

Modular Devices Inc.

Booth Space: 186
Christopher Alfenito

Privately held US Corporation, (estab. 1973) is a registered small business with ISO 9001:2008 accreditation, located in Shirley, New York. MDI., specializes in the rapid design, development and manufacture of robust, high reliability DC to DC converters, power supplies, controllers & distribution products for the military, commercial, space and aerospace communities worldwide.
Comprehensive range of in-house engineering and production capabilities allow the company to be exceptionally responsive to its customers’ diverse requirements.
Professional staff optimized for performance to Mil & Space level Quality Assurance and Program Management requirements.
MDI., is uniquely capable of coordinating advanced power conversion technologies with professional management to meet or exceed customer challenges.
MDI, is proud of our long heritage of accomplishment and customer satisfaction. We remain committed to providing our partners with cutting edge solutions, reducing risk, maintaining rigorous quality standards and control, and fostering long lasting relationships built on communication and trust.
NIACS Codes: 334413,334416,334418,335999
(631) 345 3100

Booth Space: 63, 64

Moog Inc

Booth Space: 63, 64
Michelle Benczkowski

Moog supplies critical components, subsystems and systems for access to and operation in space, including: thrust vector control, flight control actuators, electronic controllers, avionics, payload electronics, fluid control systems, propulsion components, subsystems and systems, spacecraft thrusters, antenna and solar array positioners, vibration isolation and electronic assemblies for satellites.  Moog is making significant investments in metal additive manufacturing, avionics, and in-space payload dispensing systems, known as Orbital Maneuvering Vehicles.

Moog has space manufacturing sites in Chatsworth and Mountain View California, Tempe Arizona, Golden Colorado, Niagara Falls and East Aurora New York and Yokohama Japan.

Booth Space: 181


Booth Space: 181
CEO Vytenis Buzas

NanoAvionics is a Small Satellite and CubeSat mission integrator which provides products and technological solutions ranging from separate electronic and mechanical subsystems, complete integral satellite platforms to mission integration services. Company supplies various customers worldwide and has already implemented several successful satellite missions including LituanicaSAT-1 and LituanicaSAT-2.
NanoAvionics performs intensive R&D activities and is recognised as an innovative and leading company in aerospace industry. The company is currently developing enabling green propulsion technologies that will unlock new opportunities for Small Satellite and CubeSat applications and business.
Products provided by NanoAvionics address the most significant factors of price, durability, reliability, integrity and lead time. The company’s goal is to make Small Satellites affordable to a wide range of companies and organizations around the globe expanding their capabilities.
NanoAvionics is an active member of the global small satellite community. The company is an official ESA supplier.

Booth Space: East Colony

NanoRacks LLC

Booth Space: East Colony
Abby Dickes

NanoRacks LLC was founded in 2009 in Houston, Texas and is the market leader in commercialized space operations on the International Space Station (ISS). The CubeSat form factor revolutionized satellite design and NanoRacks is the only company to offer commercial small satellite launches from the ISS. The NanoRacks CubeSat Deployers provide the opportunity for customers to deploy CubeSats up to 6U in size ranging from 1 to 50 kilograms. The deployment platform also allows for multiple satellites to be deployed in sequence, enhancing abilities to create CubeSat constellations. Additionally, NanoRacks has for the first time launched its External CubeSat Deployer on OA-6 that is mounted to Cygnus, and will deploy after Cygnus departs ISS. On-board the ISS, NanoRacks provides the ultimate ‘Plug and Play’ microgravity research facilities, allowing standardized payloads to use a range of platforms. NanoRacks is determined to enhance space utilization in low earth orbit and beyond.

Booth Space: 94, 95

NASA Ames Research Center Engineering

Booth Space: 94, 95
Katherine Bradford

For over 75 years, NASA Ames Research Center (ARC) has led world-class research and development for technologies used both in space and on Earth. ARC provides NASA with advancements in entry, descent and landing technologies, software and information technology, next-generation aviation advancements, astrobiology, airborne sciences, and leads the agency in small spacecraft program and technology development.

NASA ARC Engineering Directorate supports the full mission life cycle for a variety of spacecraft from concept development, mission design, rapid prototyping, and mission implementation -- including flight hardware development, integration and testing, launch, and mission operations. The Office of the Chief Technologist at NASA ARC focuses on innovation to develop technologies in disciplines of interest to the Agency and the Nation.

NASA ARC Engineering Division and Center Chief Technologist will highlight a variety of ongoing research, technology, and flight projects on display at NASA’s booth.

Booth Space: 84, 85

NASA GSFC/Wallops Flight Facility

Booth Space: 84, 85
Enidia Santiago-Arce

NASA's Wallops Flight Facility and Goddard Space Flight Center are home to the nation's largest organization of combined scientists, engineers and technologists that build spacecraft, instruments and new technology to study Earth, the sun, our solar system and the universe.  Goddard’s main campus is located in Greenbelt Maryland and the GSFC’s Wallops Flight Facility (WFF) is located on Virginia’s Eastern Shore.  The exhibit will display work that is being performed on several CubeSats that are being developed by Goddard.  Goddard also supports the National Science Foundation CubeSat Program with engineering support, UHF CubeSat ground stations, laboratories, and testing facilities.  The GSFC Innovative Technology Partnerships Office will highlight specific technologies developed for use on SmallSat/CubeSat Science missions at our Greenbelt and Wallops facilities. These technologies have the potential to be licensed or used for partnership purposes.

Booth Space: 92, 93

NASA HQ Space Technology Mission Directorate (STMD)

Booth Space: 92, 93
Julianna Fishman

The Small Spacecraft Technology Program (SSTP) expands U.S. capability to execute unique missions through rapid development and in space demonstration of small spacecraft capabilities applicable to exploration, science, and the commercial space sector. The SSTP enables new mission architectures to expand small spacecraft reach to new destinations, and challenging new environments. In 2017, the program launched two technology demonstration missions, achieving technology firsts in optical and radio frequency communications. The program currently funds 19 partnership projects between universities and NASA centers.

The Small Spacecraft Systems Virtual Institute (S3VI) facilitates communications and coordination for NASA small spacecraft activities and serves to provide the small spacecraft community with access to mission enabling information. The S3VI’s first year activities focused on web presence development, infrastructure and content for federated small spacecraft databases. In 2018 the S3VI plans workshops and seminars on topics such as small spacecraft swarms and high-volume manufacturing of small spacecraft.

Booth Space: 89

NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory, California Institute of Technology

Booth Space: 89
Travis Imken

The origins of JPL will forever be linked to the design, development, launch, and operations of Explorer 1 - America's first satellite. Launched from Cape Canaveral, Florida, on January 31, 1958 this key event marked the beginning of JPL as a laboratory for robotic exploration of the solar system and beyond. Since then, JPL has developed a vast variety of spacecraft of all sizes that have redefined our understanding of the Earth, Solar System, and the Universe at large. And indeed, recent advances in small satellite systems and technology are broadening opportunities for space exploration as these platforms have reached their Explorer 1 moment. Join us to learn and discover how JPL is introducing small spacecraft into our portfolio of Earth, planetary, astrophysics, and solar system exploration missions, as well as the role of the Deep Space Network to support small satellite space science research.

Booth Space: 87

NASA Launch Services Program

Booth Space: 87
Kristina Nelson

The Launch Services Program (LSP) was established at Kennedy Space Center for NASA’s acquisition and program management of expendable launch vehicle (ELV) missions.  A skillful NASA/contractor team is in place to meet the mission of the Launch Services Program, which exist to provide leadership, expertise and cost-effective services in the commercial arena to satisfy agency-wide space transportation requirements and maximize the opportunity for mission success.

The Educational Launch of Nanosatellites (ELaNa) is an exciting initiative created by NASA and managed by LSP to attract and retain students in the science, technology, engineering and mathematics disciplines.  ELaNa reaches students by introducing educational spaceflight in high schools and colleges across the United States.

For up to date information on upcoming LSP launches and mission, go to: http://go.nasa.gov/nasalaunches

For more information on LSP, visit us at: http://go.nasa.gov/lsprockets

Booth Space: 240T, 241T

NASA Marshall Space Flight Center

Booth Space: 240T, 241T
Shawn McEniry

Showcasing the first deployment opportunity for CubeSats in deep space, see a full-scale mock-up of the Space Launch System (SLS) Exploration Mission-1 (EM-1) Orion Stage adaptor which will be manifested with 13 6u CubeSats when launched in 2018. Future SLS missions could also support 12u and 27u CubeSats. Also on display, a full-scale model of EM-1’s NEA Scout along with its solar sail technology and LISA-T (Lightweight Integrated Solar Array and Transceiver), an orbit deployed structure using thin-film photovoltaics for power generation. Hear about Marshall Space Flight Center’s work developing new technologies like Smartphone Video Guidance, Multi-spacecraft Autonomous Position System, and Affordable Vehicle Avionics. Additionally, a 1:50 scale model of the SLS rocket will be part of the exhibit.

Booth Space: 86, 88

NASA Space Communication and Navigation

Booth Space: 86, 88
Amber Jacobson

NASA's Space Communications and Navigation (SCaN) serves as the Program Office for all of NASA’s space communications activities. SCaN manages and directs the ground-based facilities and services provided by the Deep Space Network (DSN), Near Earth Network (NEN), and Space Network (SN).

Booth Space: 90, 91

NASA Space Launch System (SLS)

Booth Space: 90, 91
Kimberly Robinson

NASA is preparing to send CubeSats into deep space in a big way, and the agency’s Space Launch System Secondary Payloads booth will share the details of how. Currently scheduled for FY2020, the first launch of the Space Launch System rocket, Exploration Mission 1, will deploy 13 6U CubeSats on a trajectory toward the moon, from which they will perform a wide variety of research, including lunar science, heliophysics, life sciences, and much more. Members of the SLS Secondary Payloads team will share more about SLS, its progress and upcoming first launch; the vehicle’s accommodations for CubeSats and what it will be flying on EM-1; and, most importantly, information about opportunities for CubeSats to fly on future missions.

Booth Space: 136

National Reconnaissance Office (NRO)

Booth Space: 136
Stephanie Gusto

An R &D Funding Program - The National Reconnaissance Office's Director's Innovation Initiative (DII) invests in advanced technologies, fosters innovation, and provides seed funding to push the boundaries of technology to dramatically improve our overhead reconnaissance capabilities. It presents an opportunity for developers not traditionally associated with the NRO to participate in building the National Reconnaissance Office of the 21st Century.

Booth Space: 99

National Technical Systems (NTS)

Booth Space: 99
Bruce Burger

“For over a half-century, NTS has been providing expert testing and analytical expertise to the space sector. The broad range of our experience and vast technical expertise uniquely qualifies us to provide both commercial and public sector space and satellite customers a wide range of services tailored to meet their specific needs. Our expanding national network of test laboratories offers a vast array of technical capabilities to meet the specific needs of the commercial and governmental space industry. These laboratories are accredited by A2LA and NVLAP to a wide range of aerospace industry standards. We are able to provide research and development, testing and systems evaluations, and other aerospace services for a wide range of individual devices, components and systems used in satellites and other large-scale programs.”

Booth Space: 52

NEA Electronics

Booth Space: 52
Jonathan Lutz

Ensign-Bickford Industries, Inc. offers a wide portfolio of space products through our companies - EBAD, NEA, Honeybee, TiNi and Avior Control.  We support critical mission functions, from Spacecraft Launch, Separation and Deployment to Payload Motion Control and Robotics.  Within the traditional and growing NewSpace markets, we offer commercial, civil and defense customers affordable, innovative solutions based on proven technology.

Booth Space: 195

NearSpace Launch Inc.

Booth Space: 195
Jeff Dailey

NearSpace Launch is a satellite solutions company located in Upland, Indiana. To Date, NSL has 100% mission success, with 5 out of 5 satellites flying their missions and transmitting data for military, academic, and commercial purposes. NSL provides complete, flight-ready custom satellites, GlobalStar Communication Systems for 24/7 coverage, and fault tolerant data solutions that enable any customer to fly instrumentation for any array of research projects. NSL’s objectives are to promote technology, service and education through our wide array of products.

For more info: visit https://nearspacelaunch.com/

Booth Space: 50

NewSpace Systems

Booth Space: 50
Leehandi de Witt

An advanced manufacturer of satellite sub-systems and components, NewSpace Systems is particularly strong in the area of high-reliability Attitude Control Systems. Targeted at next-generation operational SmallSat constellations, the NewSpace product range currently includes Reaction Wheels, Sun Sensors, GPS Receivers and Antennas, Magnetometers, Magnetorquer Rods, Stellar Gyros, Star Mappers, and CubeSat Attitude Control solutions; while the NewSpace services include technology commercialisation, component testing and contract manufacturing.

Representing a unique state-of-the-art facility on the African continent, NewSpace leverages a low cost-base and highly-skilled personnel to ensure internationally competitive components. These components are manufactured in a ISO 14644-1 (Class 7) certified cleanroom facility by ESA certified personnel following rigorous ECSS processes and using only space-qualified materials. In addition to these unique South African facilities, NewSpace has simplified contracting through the establishment of a European subsidiary and value-added resellers in both the United States and Japan.

Booth Space: 29, 30

Northrop Grumman

Booth Space: 29, 30
Kenneth O'Keefe

Northrop Grumman is a leading global security company providing innovative systems, products and solutions to government and commercial customers worldwide. Products and solutions include satellites and associated space components and services; launch vehicles and related propulsion systems; autonomous systems; missile products, subsystems and defense electronics; precision weapons, armament systems and ammunition; advanced aerospace structures; cyber; C4ISR; logistics and modernization.

Booth Space: 219

NovaWurks, Inc

Booth Space: 219
Bill Crandall

NovaWurks’ HISat technology contains all of the functional capabilities of an autonomous satellite, in a small form factor, allowing the flexibility to conform to the shape or capability requirements of any payload. This biologically inspired technology that provides a foundation for building safe, rapid and cost-effective custom spacecraft around any payload for any commercial entity, is mass-produced and is flexible for a variety of mission purposes – drastically decreasing the time and costs associated with traditional monolithic spacecraft solutions. SIMPL – NovaWurks’ first, self-funded satellite is currently awaiting deployment aboard the International Space Station, and the company’s eXCITe spacecraft is scheduled to launch this year as part of the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA)’s Phoenix project.

Booth Space: 120


Booth Space: 120
Raz Itzhaki Tamir

NSLComm is a disruptive ‘New Space’ company which develops unique technologies for Nano-Satellites with high gain antennas.

NSLComm's mission is to transform satellite communications via designing innovative flexible, space antenna technology which enables high capacity bandwidth while lowering cost per MB

NSLComm's foldable antenna technology enables the design of very small satellites with a fairly large antenna.

Once in orbit, NSLComm's flexible antenna deploys from the satellite into the original designed shape (the antenna has shape memory characteristics).

Today, nanosats offer less than 10 Mbps. The NSLComm 1st satellite ‘NSLSat1’ will provide up to 1 Gbps.

We bring value for the following applications:
-    High Throughput Backhauling over the equator
-    IFC (in flight connectivity) over the north pole.
-    IOT/ M2M
-    Massive S&F (store & forward)
-    RO (Radio Occultation) for weather analysis
-    Governmental applications

NSLComm develops solutions in Ka, Ku and other tailored integrated solutions.

Our 1st satellite will be launched by end of 2018 via the PSLV launcher.

Booth Space: 158

Nuvotronics Inc

Booth Space: 158
Ken Vanhille

Nuvotronics was established in 2008 with a vision to revolutionize microelectronics hardware. We developed a revolutionary 3D microcoax technology that we have leveraged into a track record of disruptive solutions. We provide solutions with size, weight and power benefits to help solve your toughest problems. AS9100D certified!

Booth Space: 13

Oakman Aerospace, Inc

Booth Space: 13
Maureen O’Brien

OAI is, a private, woman-veteran owned small business, dedicated to providing cutting edge solutions for space systems architectures, spacecraft/satellite design and development, and mission payload & data distribution services. Our mission is to be a pioneer of rapid and responsive space technologies that fundamentally transform the way space is utilized. Through ingenuity and excellence, OAI provides quality space systems solutions quickly, efficiently and cost-effectively. OAI’s 2018 exhibition booth features our Advanced Configurable Open-Research Network (ACORN) product line. ACORN is a scalable, reconfigurable, closed-loop, end-to-end space system modeling and simulation environment. It is hardware and software agnostic and can rapidly integrate with any spacecraft component interface (simulated and/or real), payload, bus software, and bus design. ACORN is a foundational capability to support spacecraft design, integration, test, and operations for a variety of missions and integration efforts. See more of our solutions and technologies at www.oak-aero.com.

Booth Space: 187

Omnetics Connectors Corp

Booth Space: 187
Scott Unzen

Omnetics manufactures a complete line of Nano-D, Micro-D and Hybrid connectors, wire harnesses and cable assembly solutions.  These Mil –Spec based rugged micro-miniature connector solutions enhance compact circuitry in applications, maintain signal integrity and withstand harsh environments.

Booth Space: 217


Booth Space: 217
Janos Opra

Optisys is an antenna design company that specializes in the use of metal 3D printing. We design and manufacture highly integrated antenna structures that achieve the lightest weight and smallest volume physically possible by printing metal only where absolutely required. Mass customization allows Optisys to provide custom antenna solutions at near commercial times and pricing. Scaling, mixing, and matching of an existing library of antenna subcomponents to develop modular product solutions. This allows for significant reduction in design costs and lead times.

Booth Space: 124

Orbit Logic

Booth Space: 124
Ella Herz

Orbit Logic specializes in mission planning, scheduling, and space situational awareness. Orbit Logic's operationally proven software products create better plans faster with fewer resources, more insight, and less risk.  Our highly configurable desktop, web, mobile, and onboard software supports analysis and operations for domains including aerial/satellite imaging and space/ground networking.

Booth Space: 176, 177

Orbital Systems, Ltd.

Booth Space: 176, 177
Anna Kemp

Orbital Systems, Ltd. manufactures 6 meter and smaller LEO and MEO satellite tracking antenna systems for TT&C, EOS reception, Radar positioners, and specialty applications.  RF subsystems available in L, S, X, Ku, and Ka band including multi-band feeds, upconverters, downconverters, HPA's, satellite modems, and demodulators.  Orbital Systems is well known for high reliability, minimal maintenance, and lowest total cost of ownership.
Please visit us at booth # 177 to learn more about our best in class satellite tracking antenna systems.
Company web site www.orbitalsystems.com

Booth Space: 222T

Orbital Transports

Booth Space: 222T
David Hurst

Orbital Transports is a space logistics and orbital infrastructure company that develops advanced space technologies and performs systems engineering for small spacecraft missions. The company provides detailed coordination of the complex operations involving space vehicles, people, facilities, and services required for successful space missions. By leveraging its powerful community of partners, suppliers, and subcontractors, the company delivers space missions from initial concept through to completion. Orbital Transports offers businesses with limited prior experience in space a low-risk and cost-effective opportunity to harness the value of small spacecraft missions. More info at www.orbitaltransports.com.

Booth Space: 117

PacSci EMC

Booth Space: 117
Steve Nelson

As a space hardware pioneer, we’ve taken innovative technology to the next level with our Smart Energetics Architecture (SEA™) solution. Utilizing very-low power, smart network technology, SEA is capable of actuating hundreds of devices on launch vehicles and satellites while taking up very little volume and mass. Our safe, ultra-high reliability SEA technology can actuate launch vehicle rocket motors, stage separation systems, release devices and deploy satellites into space. On satellites and space vehicles, SEA can deploy solar arrays, scientific instruments and many other devices. SEA is capable of using either pyrotechnic or non-explosive actuators in any combination needed. SEA is also at the heart of our new high reliability, non-pressurized, solid propellant, “plug and play”, Modular Architecture Propulsion System (MAPS™). For more information, come see us at our booth or go to https://wwwpsemc.com

Booth Space: 42T

PCB Piezotronics, Inc.

Booth Space: 42T
Gil Berko

PCB Piezotronics supplies accelerometers, microphones, load cells, pressure, torque and force sensors for numerous aerospace and defense applications, including structural, vibration and flight testing of aircraft, vibration, pyroshock, force limited vibration and acoustic stress testing of satellites.

PCB’s measurement expertise for satellites and their components includes four main areas: vibration testing in thermal vacuum conditions, force limited vibration (FLV) testing, pyroshock testing for stage separation and launch induced acoustic stress testing.

Manufacturing operations are certified to AS9100 and ISO 9001, with calibration procedures accredited by A2LA to ISO 17025. Products can be manufactured to meet specific aerospace environmental standards, with program design requirements to meet RTCA-DO-160 and MIL-STD-810.

PCB’s most popular sensors are available for same day shipping with lifetime warranty.  1.800.828.8840 | www.pcb.com

Booth Space: 170

Physik Instrumente

Booth Space: 170
Jeff Gabriel

PI manufactures a wide variety of air bearings and multi-axis motion control systems for alignment and motion simulation.  PI products are currently used on the Mars Rover Curiosity.
The PI HB series spherical air bearings, with three axes of inherently frictionless rotational motion, are often used in Aerospace and Astronautics Laboratories to simulate weightlessness in order to test and analyze the attitude control of SmallSats and CubeSats. Our hexapod products further enhance this by allowing for full 6 degrees freedom of motion. Though most commonly used for zero-G satellite research, PI spherical bearings are also used in systems for optical alignment and high precision industrial fabrication processes like chip bonding and wafer inspection.

Booth Space: 114

Pinkmatter Solutions

Booth Space: 114
Chris Bohme

Pinkmatter is a specialized software company focusing on ground segment and image processing software for satellite missions of various sizes. Pinkmatter’s offerings include M&C systems for antenna and up/downlink control for the smallsat market, specialized deconfliction and acquisition planning software as well as data-handling and image processing software and algorithms for real-time event extraction from satellite imagery.
Our FarEarth suite of software includes monitoring and control, data up/downlink, processing, cataloguing and archiving, both in the cloud as well as on-premise. FarEarth is used by well-known space and remote sensing agencies across Europe, Africa and Asia.
Pinkmatter also offers dedicated antenna hosting space on a large stretch of land at their facilities in South Africa.

Booth Space: 53

Planetary Systems Corporation

Booth Space: 53
Ryan Williams

Planetary Systems Corporation (PSC) provides lightweight, reliable, and test verified separation systems for the aerospace industry. Products include Motorized Lightband (MLB) for large payloads and Canisterized Satellite Dispensers (CSD) for cubesats. PSC has 100% on-orbit success over 10 years and 40 missions.

Booth Space: 218

Poco Graphite

Booth Space: 218
Hugo Vargas

SUPERSiC® silicon carbide telescopes, mirrors, and structures for earth observation, star tracking, laser communication, and surveillance applications. Poco Graphite’s chemical vapor conversion (CVC) process for making SUPERSiC silicon carbide allows for highly-optimized and ultra-lightweight assemblies for space flight. The CVC process is also very low cost because large-volume machining is performed on the soft carbon material before gaseous conversion changes it to hard silicon carbide. After conversion, precision machining on critical surfaces ONLY helps to keep costs to a minimum and reduce lead times. Complex, highly optimized design, lightweight, low cost, shorter lead times are all characteristics of POCO’s unique method for making silicon carbide. These crucial advantages complement very well POCO’s long history of making for-flight hardware.

Booth Space: 215

Precious Payload

Booth Space: 215
Ksenia Lisitsyna

Precious Payload is an online launch booking platform for smallsats which features manifests and rideshare slots posted directly by launch operators. We reduce cost and time associated with procuring the launch by adopting latest standards and introducing automatic matchmaking algorithms.

We advocate for building a GDS-like (global distribution system) architecture for space launches, similar to what has been done for airlines and cargo shipments when those industries entered the internet age.

Booth Space: 111

Printech Circuit Laboratories Ltd

Booth Space: 111
Nick Potts

With over 30 years of flight heritage, PCL are a manufacturer of bespoke circuit based solutions, including design and manufacture of Cubesat antenna. Composite structures, frequency selective surfaces, and all types of traditional printed circuit boards.

Booth Space: 98

Prototron Circuits

Booth Space: 98
Russ Adams

Celebrating its 30th year in business, Prototron Circuits is one of the industry leaders and America’s Board Source providing their customers with a wide range of PCB solutions from high technology quick turn printed circuit boards. From HDI/microvias, flex and rigid-flex PCBs, to value-added volume production. Their continued outstanding performance (98%+ quality and delivery) has made them a true preferred source of all companies needing reliable QTA PCBs. Prototron is AS 9100D certified and MIL-PRF-31032 qualified.

Booth Space: 5, 6

Pumpkin, Inc.

Booth Space: 5, 6
Andrew Kalman

Pumpkin is a leading provider of space-proven CubeSat components and technologies. Pumpkin's COTS CubeSat structures, solar panels and solar arrays, C&DH electronics, battery systems and test equipment all form a comprehensive architecture for science, technology, defense and experimental nanosatellite missions. Hundreds of Pumpkin customers world-wide benefit from the most cost-effective, strongest, lightest, most modular, scalable and customizable space-proven bus available.

Since 2003, Pumpkin set the standard for CubeSat electronics, configurable structures, end-user directed customization, and CubeSat integration. Pumpkin end-users benefit from in-stock and on-time delivery, COTS pricing, a wide range of possible configurations, the CubeSat Kit open standard, and comprehensive electronics, software and 3D CAD & modeling support. Pumpkin offers complete solutions from 1U to 6U in size.

Pumpkin understands CubeSats inside and out. Our engineering team is available to assist in configuring your bus and integrating your payload for upcoming nanosat missions. Please drop by to discuss your requirements.

Booth Space: 150

Quartus Engineering

Booth Space: 150
Jonathan Faiella

Quartus Engineering Incorporated specializes in the design, analysis, and manufacture of aerospace, mechanical, and optical systems using computer-aided technologies.
Quartus can provide complete system design, address specific design/analysis needs, or integrate with a team to provide increased capabilities or bandwidth. Our engineering facilities are located in San Diego, California and Sterling, Virginia.

Support is available from our industry leading simulation team, including structural (FEM, dynamics, non-linear, etc), thermal, optical, aerodynamic (CFD, aeroelasticity, vibro-acoustics), and more disciplines. We can transition your product from concept through to manufacturing in our 23,000 sq.ft. facility, including five Class 10K cleanrooms for optical assembly integration and test. Our diverse portfolio includes products ranging from astronomical telescopes to multispectral zoom imagers, satellites, aircraft and launch vehicles, space based laser communication systems, LIDAR, medical devices, consumer products, and more. We pride ourselves in offering customers cost effective and timely solutions to challenging problems.

Booth Space: 226T


Booth Space: 226T
Shlomo Schilder

Rafael will exhibit microsatellite technologies and advanced space propulsion systems

Rafael Advanced Defense Systems designs, develops, manufactures and supplies a wide range of high-tech systems for air, land, sea and space applications.
Rafael will exhibit microsatellite technologies and advanced Space Propulsion Systems. Rafael's space product heritage is present in over 60 satellites, including Israel’s OFEQ Program satellites, as well as with a number of international space projects, such as Galileo IOV, Globalstar-2 and O3B constellations, GMES SENTINEL-1 Myriade, PRISMA and many others. Rafael’s activities in small satellite systems development are focused on dual-use operational applications (civilian and military), based on constellations of nano-satellites or micro-satellites – depending upon the specific application.

Rafael designs, develops and manufactures Electrical Propulsion Systems (EPS). It provides EPS to Venus satellite and is currently developing low-power systems to accommodate microsatellites. Rafael offers an entire range of solutions, from components up to whole systems.

Booth Space: 220T

RAM Company

Booth Space: 220T
Kevin Kerlin

RAM Manufacturing Company, specializes in the design and manufacture of complex actuation components, solenoids, and valves, primarily for the aerospace and space industries. Propulsion valves for various space applications (including small sat) represent RAM’s fastest growing product line.

RAM has been in business since 1975, and prides itself on a core competency of exceptional engineering ability to find solutions to critical design requirements. RAM has been designing components for space applications since the late 1970’s, operates a class 10K cleanroom, and does almost all machining, assembly, special processing, cleaning, and testing on-site.

RAM has been producing space actuation components for 40 years, and is currently heavily involved in several new applications for a variety of commercial and military space platforms.

Booth Space: 229T

RBC Signals

Booth Space: 229T
Christopher Richins

RBC Signals' vision is to be the world's leading provider of communication infrastructure and services to the Low Earth Orbit satellite market. Our global ground station network and proprietary cloud-based software platform offer the most flexible and affordable options for returning critical real-time data from orbit to users on Earth. With our experienced team providing deep industry knowledge and relationships, we are changing the way business is done in the rapidly expanding commercial satellite market.

Booth Space: 121

Rincon Research Corporation

Booth Space: 121
John Wallace

As a trusted partner within commercial and government communities, Rincon Research Corporation develops solutions for challenging satellite communications and signal-processing problems. The Rincon Research-designed AstroSDR signal processing payload has been selected for numerous missions. AstroSDR integrates a Xilinx Zynq 7045 FPGA, flash data storage, rad-hard power supplies, and a dual-channel transceiver in a cubesat-compatible form factor. AstroSDR can be reconfigured on orbit to serve multiple roles: high-bandwidth cross-links, command and telemetry links, store-and-forward RF collection, data compression, and signal processing functions. Rincon Research also has experience with high-precision orbit determination, mission planning, mission operations, and ground systems engineering. We welcome the opportunity to team with others who share our passion for delivering innovative, cost-effective solutions. Find out more at www.rincon.com.

Booth Space: 211

Roccor, LLC

Booth Space: 211
Bruce Davis

Roccor, LLC was formed in 2011 with the vision of deepening Colorado’s impact on the rapidly changing aerospace and defense business sector.  We are driven by a build-to-learn approach that rapidly assesses both in-house and partner-developed technologies of interest.  We are committed to win-win business relationships up and down our value chain that enable agile product development and delivery.  Most importantly, we are focused on disruptive market opportunities in space deployable structures, thermal management, and military & tactical products, where current solutions are not keeping pace with evolving customer needs.

Booth Space: 164, 165

Rocket Lab

Booth Space: 164, 165
Daniel Gillies

Rocket Lab founded the Electron program with the belief that small payloads require dedicated small launch vehicles and flexibility not currently offered by traditional rocket systems.
Electron is an entirely carbon-composite vehicle that uses Rocket Lab’s Rutherford engines for its main propulsion system. Rutherford is a unique 3D-printed engine that makes use of electric turbo-pumps. Electron is 17m in length, 1.2m diameter and has a lift-off mass of 10,500kg.
The vehicle is capable of delivering payloads of up to 150kg to a 500km sun-synchronous orbit. Electron gives customers the ability to launch satellites more frequently and affordably with a dedicated launch priced at $5.7 million.
Rocket Lab is a privately funded American company, with investors including Khosla Ventures, Bessemer Venture Partners and Lockheed Martin. Customers signed to fly on Electron include Spaceflight, NASA, Spire, and Planet. Electron is the only operational, dedicated small satellite launch vehicle on the market today.

Booth Space: 54

Rockwell Collins Deutschland GmbH

Booth Space: 54
Frank Ritter

Rockwell Collins is a world leader in high-integrity avionics solutions for commercial and
governmental customers and in the production of momentum and reaction wheels for
spacecraft applications.
The standard reaction wheels feature lightweight design and based on the implemented
heritage design concept 15+ years lifetime. Delivery time is 12 months or less for off-the
shelf products.
Rockwell Collins TELDIX ® Space Wheels are available in different sizes with an angular
momentum storage capacity currently spanning the range between 0.1 Nms to 68 Nms
and up to 150 Nms in the near future.
This wheel portfolio accommodates the requirements of attitude control systems for satellites
weighing less than 30 kg in LEO and MEO as well as for geostationary satellites reaching a
mass of three tons or more.
Put more than 40 years of Rockwell Collins space-wheel technology and 9.600 years of in-orbit
operational time to work for you.

Booth Space: 159

Rohde & Schwarz

Booth Space: 159
Peachy Monson

Booth Space: 126


Booth Space: 126
Andrey Kuzmenko

SAIT Ltd is a private company, founded in 1992 by engineers who previously worked in the large state-owned space electronics establishment. Since 2005 we design and produce space electronics. The SAIT is a leader in the high-throughput data handling and transmission systems for the small satellites, the cubesats and also the manned space systems. We produce high-speed X-band downlink transmitters and on-board memory units. In addition, we build innovative synthetic aperture radar system for the small satellite.

Booth Space: 139

Satellite Research Centre (SaRC) at Nanyang Technological University

Booth Space: 139
Amal Chandran

The Satellite Research Centre (SaRC) under the school of Electrical and Electronic Engineering at Nanyang Technological University (NTU) in Singapore has a rich heritage of successful space missions ranging from 1U cubesats to 150 kg microsats. To date SaRC have designed, built and operated seven successful satellite missions. SaRC built Singapore’s first satellite, the 100 kg XSAT in 2011. XSAT operations entered its 7th year in 2018.

SaRC is a full cycle space laboratory capable of designing, integrating and testing custom satellite components and spacecraft’s ranging from cubesats to micro-satellites. SaRC also operates UHF, S-Band and X-band ground station and a fully-fledged autonomous mission operations centre. SaRC has more 1200 Square Meters of high tech lab space for spacecraft assembly and testing. SaRC can provide custom solutions for spacecraft and payload development.

NTU is ranked #1 in Asia and # 11 in the World in QS University rankings.

Booth Space: 214


Booth Space: 214
Eider Ocerin

SATLANTIS is a technology start-up that designs, and builds payloads for small Earth observation satellites. The company development strategy is based on alliances with commercial microsatellite manufacturers to offer complete EO solutions.
SATLANTIS core product is iSIM, a very high-resolution multi-spectral optical imager for Earth-Observation microsatellites, that provides the best mass and size to performance ratio, for a fraction of the cost of today’s Earth Observation instruments.  This product, is commercialized in two sizes for different micro satellite sub-segments.
•ISIM-170. A very high resolution imager for 50-100 kg micro satellites and at the origin of SATLANTIS Technology.
• ISIM-90. A high-resolution imager for 20-50 kg micro satellites. This product is tailored for the upper-size cubesat market segment (12U / 22 kg)
Both will be sold in two versions: PANORAMIC, high spatial resolution panchromatic, and PRECISION, very high resolution in panchromatic and multispectral modes.

Booth Space: 104

Science and Technology Facilities Council

Booth Space: 104
Ana Raposo

The Science & Technology Facilities Council (STFC) is represented by RAL Space, their space science department and the UK Astronomy Technology Centre, the national centre for astronomical technology.

RAL Space undertakes world-leading space research and technology development, provides space test and ground-based facilities, designs and builds instruments, analyses and processes data and operates S- and X-band ground-station facilities.  RAL Space scientists and engineers work with groups developing concepts from around the world, both for space and ground-based applications.

UK ATC designs and builds instruments for many of the world's major telescopes, including project management of UK and international consortia. UK ATC scientists carry out observational and theoretical research into fundamental questions such as the origins of planets and of galaxies.

Booth Space: 161


Booth Space: 161
Hugo Azevedo

SCISYS is a supplier of mission enabling software solutions for New Space with almost 40 years' experience and participation in over 50 missions. Our current customers include companies such as OneWeb and Sky and Space Global, so we understand the unique needs and requirements of the small satellite commercial sector. We have the expertise required to minimize your time to market and help any mission reach its goals efficiently. Through our deep understanding of space mission concepts and operations we deliver products, solutions and services that enable your business models and address your OPEX and CAPEX needs. We specialize in operations automation and spacecraft autonomy, ideal for constellation missions, as well as: flight software, command and control systems, simulators, machine learning, data processing, operations and custom applications. Our reliable, integrated solutions are based on trusted space-proven technologies and enable your hardware to come alive as a revenue generating business.

Booth Space: 101

sci_Zone, Inc.

Booth Space: 101
Andrew Santangelo

sci_Zone is home to the LinkStar family of radios, a global communications solution for small satellites, and QuickSAT, a satellite design tool AND open flight management system.  LinkStar provides global coverage through the Globalstar satellite network, allowing your satellite or high altitude balloon to become a node on the internet.  LinkStar provides both TCP/IP and messaging services for about 50% ground coverage in LEO, and downlink messaging services for almost 95% of the Earth depending on the radio and services you select.  LinkStar is flexible enough to work with other on board radios. Stop by our booth, where you will see LinkStar in action communicating with our satellite.  Also, come by and see the QuickSAT/VMS flight management system in action – which will get you started quickly with your vehicle command and control architecture.  And of course, see the power of QuickSAT/Designer, and how it will support your satellite design process.

Booth Space: 28

SEAKR Engineering

Booth Space: 28
Mike Allen

SEAKR Engineering, Inc. is a world-leading provider of advanced state-of-the-art electronic avionics for space applications.  Since its inception in 1982, SEAKR has delivered over one hundred flight units.  Over one hundred and ten of these systems have launched and are operating as designed.  SEAKR’s leading edge space electronics includes IP routers, reprogrammable MODEMS, high-performance payload processors, modular command and data handling systems, solid state recorders, and manned space avionics.  SEAKR has a reputation for high-level performance and reliability in severe environments. SEAKR is a small business proud to serve its customers and country.

For more information about this and other SEAKR products, call, or write SEAKR Engineering, Incorporated, 6221 South Racine Circle; Centennial, CO. 80111-6427, 303.790.8499 or email at mailto:sales@seakr.com and visit our Web Site at www.seakr.com.

Booth Space: 225T

Sensonor AS

Booth Space: 225T
Hans Richard Petersen

Sensonor designs and manufactures high accuracy ITAR-free tactical grade gyro sensors, gyro modules and IMUs. The STIM210 gyro module and the STIM300 IMU is today in use with a range of spacecrafts including the ISS. Low weight, volume, cost and power consumption combined with high reliability has made the STIM gyro module the preferred solution among many spacecraft designers and manufacturers. Several new constellations and CubeSat system utilize the STIM210. More than 100 units are flying and with a mission times now surpassing 5 years.
Sensonor operates its own MEMS wafer fabrication facility for production of gyro sensors. Complete control of the production processes is a key element, and a necessity, in being able to offer high performance sensors. Sensonor also operates its own assembly and testing facility.

Booth Space: 24, 25

Sierra Nevada Corporation

Booth Space: 24, 25
Anna Kelley

Sierra Nevada Corporation’s Space Systems business area based in Louisville, Colorado, designs and manufactures advanced spacecraft, satellites, spacecraft subsystems and components, and propulsion and life support systems for the U.S. Government, commercial customers, as well as for the international market.  SNC’s Space Systems has more than 25 years of space heritage and has participated in over 400 successful space missions through the delivery of over 4,000 systems, subsystems and components.  During its history, SNC’s Space Systems has concluded over 70 programs for NASA and over 50 other clients. For more information about SNC’s Space Systems visit www.SNCspace.com.

Booth Space: 74

Sinclair Interplanetary

Booth Space: 74
Doug Sinclair

Let us point you in the right direction!  Sinclair Interplanetary makes reaction wheels and star trackers for small to medium sized spacecraft.  We currently have 63 satellites on-orbit, including most of the successful Earth-observing LEO constellations.

New this year, we are also offering free-space optical downlinks and crosslinks.  Do you have 335 grams to spare on your satellite?  You could have a 1 Gbps laser downlink with built-in star tracker!

Please take a moment to visit the booth, say 'hello,' and see if we can solve your problems.

Booth Space: 79, 80

SolAero Technologies

Booth Space: 79, 80
Maggie Smith

SolAero Technologies Corp. is the leading provider of high efficiency solar cells, solar panels and composite structural products for satellite and aerospace applications. We provide solar power solutions and precision aerospace structures to the global space markets, encompassing a wide array of applications including civil space exploration, science and earth observation, defense intelligence and communication, and commercial telecommunications industries. Along with our wholly owned subsidiary Alliance Spacesystems, we are the world’s only vertically-integrated, end-to-end supplier of satellite solar arrays.  SolAero’s proven flight heritage, high volume production capability and technology position us to service the world’s most demanding satellite applications and making us the clear choice in providing satellite power solutions for Space 2.0.  Founded in 1998, SolAero is headquartered in Albuquerque, NM, USA. For more information about SolAero, visit www.SolAeroTech.com.

Booth Space: 201

Sonaca Space GmbH

Booth Space: 201
Riccardo Nadalini

As part of the global SONACA group, with sites in 5 continents, Sonaca Space, has 3 decades of heritage in satellites, payloads and launchers, and provides its customers in the qualified Systems and components in the Thermo-Mechanical domain: Structures (Metallic and Composites), Thermal, Mechanisms and Instruments.

Furthermore, Sonaca Space can provide a wide range of Engineering services and Ground Support Equipment (MGSE, OGSE, Test facilities). Services such Project Management, Analysis, Engineering, Assembly, Testing, Qualification can be provided to satisfy any Customer need.
From a complete System to a little analysis, in a single copy or in extended serial production, Sonaca Space has satisfied Customers of all sizes, from the newest Start-up to the biggest Corporation

All the phases of the space Projects (such as design, development, manufacturing, assembly, testing and qualification) are done in-house by experienced personnel, who can provide Sonaca Space’s Customers the value they need.

Booth Space: 57, 58

Southwest Research Institute

Booth Space: 57, 58
Don Heihn

Southwest Research Institute® (SwRI®) was founded in 1947 as a non-profit scientific R&D organization to provide services to both industrial and government clients. The Institute provides extraordinary technical capabilities  with nearly 2,600 employees and an annual research volume for 2017 of more than $528 million. SwRI’s Space Systems Directorate has a long and distinguished track record of producing high-quality, high-reliability spacecraft avionics for NASA, DoD, ESA, and commercial space missions. Since the first SC-1 spaceflight computer was produced in 1979, SwRI has developed hardware for more than 65 space flight missions without a single on-orbit failure. The track record of the last 38 years is the product of a strong commitment to support for the current and future needs of the space community. SwRI is recognized as a leader in space instrument design and development, command and data handling (C&DH) systems, and mission management.

Booth Space: 178

Space Data Corporation

Booth Space: 178
Jerry Knoblach

Founded in 1997, Space Data Corporation produces responsive, cost-effective balloon-borne systems specially suited to remote areas, challenging terrain, and disaster response. From altitudes above 65,000 feet, these battle-proven near space platforms provide coverage footprints up to 600 miles wide to support warfighter, first responder, law enforcement and commercial communication and surveillance needs. Providing relatively easy access to near space conditions, high altitude balloon platforms provide an excellent vehicle for early or pre-launch testing of small satellite payloads. With well over a quarter-million total flight hours above 65,000 feet through more than 20,000 flights since 2004, Space Datas balloon-borne systems are a proven, cost-effective capability mirroring and complementing small satellite systems.

Booth Space: 11, 12

Space Dynamics Laboratory

Booth Space: 11, 12
Yvonne Polak

Celebrating over five decades as a leading university-affiliated research and engineering laboratory, the Space Dynamics Laboratory (SDL) develops innovative solutions for scientific and defense remote sensing challenges. SDL’s expertise includes space, air and ground-based IR, visible, UV, and hyperspectral sensors; small-satellite technologies; concept validation studies and demonstrations; and solutions for all stages of intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance operations – from data acquisition to end-user data exploitation. SDL’s products include a family of miniaturized spacecraft systems and components such as the Digital Imaging Space Camera (DISC), a compact modular avionics system (MODAS), the PEARL CubeSat platform, and other technologies that enable modular spacecraft and constellation architectures. SDL is also developing NanoSat technologies to fill capability gaps in attitude control and processing performance required for high-value science missions.

Booth Space: 40

Space Electronics LLC

Booth Space: 40
Erin Martin

Space Electronics is the Leader in Mass Properties Measurement Instruments.  Our products include high accuracy instruments to measure mass, center of gravity (CG), moment of inertia (MOI), and product of inertia (POI) and accommodate test items weighing from a few grams to over 10 tons.  In addition we provide measurement and balancing services.  Over the last 50 years our innovative approach has allowed our customers to achieve significant advances in their technology.  Space Electronics also manufactures spherical and hemispherical air bearings used as space simulating platforms for testing attitude control systems.  Some of the specialty products we offer include igniter circuit testers, gimbal balancing instruments, moment weight scales, and inertial decay measurement systems.

Booth Space: 20

Space Flight Laboratory (SFL)

Booth Space: 20
Robert E. Zee

SFL develops microspace missions providing bigger returns from smaller satellites at low cost.  Small satellites built by SFL consistently push the performance envelope and disrupt the traditional cost paradigm. Satellites are built with advanced power systems, stringent attitude control and high-volume data capacity that are striking relative to the budget. SFL arranges launches globally and maintains a mission control center accessing ground stations worldwide. The pioneering and barrier breaking work of SFL is a key enabler to tomorrow’s cost aggressive satellite constellations.

Booth Space: 96

Space Inventor ApS

Booth Space: 96
Karl Kaas

Space Inventor is a satellite engineering company set up by a team of some of the most experienced small satellite engineers and entrepreneurs in the industry. We offer full micro- and nano-satellite missions as well as satellite modules within power, computers, communication, ADCS, structures and payloads. We understand the need for tailoring the individual missions, and provide engineering services for custom development and mission design.

Booth Space: 19

Space Micro, Inc.

Booth Space: 19
Michael Dowd

Space Micro Inc. (Space Micro) is a San Diego, CA based engineering-driven supplier of affordable, high-performance, radiation hardened communications, guidance and navigation, and digital systems.  Space Micro’s solutions, which include TT&C transmitters, mission data transmitters, star trackers, image processors and C&DH systems, are used in commercial, civil, and military applications around the world.

Booth Space: 216

Space Tech Expo

Booth Space: 216
Gordy McHattie

Space Tech Expo Europe returns to Bremen on 19-21 November 2019 and the upcoming third edition targets 400+ exhibiting companies and 4,000+ total attendees. Focus areas for the 2019 expo include electronic components and systems, test equipment and capabilities, propulsion and launch services, and smallsat technologies and applications. Strategically positioned in Central Europe, Bremen – City of Space – is a hub of aerospace excellence. Space Tech Expo Europe, supported by the European primes and LSIs including Airbus, ArianeGroup, OHB and Thales Alenia Space, is the continent's major dedicated supply-chain and B2B engineering event for manufacturing, design, test and engineering services for spacecraft, subsystems and space-qualified components.

Booth Space: Center Colony

Spaceflight Industries

Booth Space: Center Colony
Jodi Sorensen

Spaceflight is revolutionizing the business of spaceflight by delivering a new model for accessing space. A comprehensive launch services and mission management provider, the company provides a straightforward and cost-effective suite of products and services including state-of-the-art satellite infrastructure and rideshare launch offerings that enable commercial and government entities to achieve their mission goals on time and on budget. Spaceflight has negotiated the launch of more than 130 satellites on behalf of its customers and has contracts to deploy nearly 200 more through 2018. The company plans to coordinate and deploy its largest launch to date in 2018 with its first dedicated rideshare mission aboard a SpaceX Falcon 9.
A service offering of Spaceflight Industries in Seattle Washington, Spaceflight provides its services through a global network of partners, ground stations and launch vehicle providers. For more information, visit http://www.spaceflight.com.

Booth Space: 239T


Booth Space: 239T
Paige McCullough

Booth Space: 204

Spectrolab, Inc.

Booth Space: 204
Silver Alexander

Spectrolab, Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of The Boeing Company, is the world’s leading supplier of the highest-efficiency multijunction solar cells.  Spectrolab’s solar cells and panels power a vast percentage of all satellites in Earth’s orbit, as well as the International Space Station. With proven reliability drawn from over 60 years of space heritage, Spectrolab provides products to the commercial satellite industry, The U.S. Department of Defense, NASA, and domestic and global aerospace companies.  Spectrolab’s remarkable history of notable achievements include being the first company to have solar cells operating on an interplanetary Jupiter mission.  The Juno probe now holds the record for being the farthest solar-powered spacecraft (493 million miles) from the sun. Additionally, NASA’s solar-powered Opportunity Mars Rover completed 5,000 Martian days, surpassing its original 90 Martian day mission and is still going strong!  Spectrolab’s groundbreaking and innovative spirit is the key to their success.

Booth Space: 191

Spirent Federal Systems Inc.

Booth Space: 191
Jeff Martin

With over 20 years of experience, Spirent is the world's leading provider of Multi-GNSS/Inertial test and simulation systems. Our specialist team has been involved in every aspect of satellite and navigation test from the earliest days of GPS simulation. We are proud of our reputation as the market leader for quality systems and global support infrastructure.

Our focus, like that of many of our customers, is in innovation. We are always pushing the boundaries to ensure that we continue to meet our customers' needs. Over the years, we have developed new systems for testing Modernized GPS signals, GLONASS, Galileo, BeiDou, SBAS, inertial navigation systems and classified military navigation signals.

Whatever your application, whatever the conditions and however challenging your test needs, we aim to have a test solution to support your navigation and positioning test needs.

Booth Space: 31

STAR-Dundee Ltd.

Booth Space: 31
Stuart Mills

STAR-Dundee is an aerospace engineering company focused on spacecraft on-board data-handling and processing technology. The company delivers a comprehensive range of test and development equipment, chip designs and IP cores to the world’s space agencies and international aerospace industry. STAR-Dundee is a world leader in SpaceWire and SpaceFibre technology.

SpaceWire is a spacecraft on-board data-handling network which connects instruments to the mass-memory, data processors and control processors. SpaceWire has some specific characteristics that make it ideal for many space missions: high-speed, low-power, simplicity, relatively low implementation cost, and architectural flexibility.

SpaceFibre is a multi-Gbits/s, on-board network technology for spaceflight applications, which runs over electrical or fibre-optic cables. It complements the capabilities of SpaceWire: improving the data rate by a factor of 10, reducing the cable mass by a factor of two and providing quality of service (QoS) and FDIR capabilities.

Booth Space: 142

Streamline Circuits

Booth Space: 142
Brian Artist

Streamline Circuits is a leading manufacturer of high-quality Printed Circuit Boards offering Rigid, Rigid-Flex, and Multilayer Flex. We are committed to providing our customers the most advanced technology, quality and engineering support available. Streamline’s customers take advantage of these highly valued resources to develop a cost effective product in a time sensitive manner. These capabilities are critical for today’s technology-driven customers. Streamline Services: communications, military & aerospace, industrial electronics, instrumentation and medical equipment markets, who need to get their quality products to market first.

Booth Space: 21, 22

Surrey Satellite Technology Ltd

Booth Space: 21, 22
Emma Turnbull

Over 30 years of space innovation an innovative approach to the design, build, launch and operation of satellites, has propelled Surrey Satellite Technology Ltd (SSTL) to the forefront of the small satellite industry. SSTL is committed to changing the economics of space and we continually push the boundaries of the possible, exploiting advances in technologies, challenging conventions, and bringing affordable space exploration to our customers. SSTL delivers complete mission solutions for remote sensing, science, navigation and telecommunications as well as supplying avionics suites, and ground infrastructure. Our vertically integrated projects have given us a reputation for delivering to short schedules and within tight budgets. To date we have delivered more than 50 satellite missions to international customers.  Based in Guildford, UK, SSTL is an independent company owned by Airbus.

Booth Space: 26, 27

Swedish Space Corporation (SSC)

Booth Space: 26, 27
SSC - Swedish Space Corportation

SSC is a global provider of advanced space services.
We design sounding rocket vehicles, stratospheric balloon systems and payloads. From our excellent launching facilities, SSC has launched more than sixty sounding rocket vehicles and provided services to scientists and space organizations worldwide. Besides, we are planning to launch small satellites in a few years. Visit Booth 26-27 to know more.
We also provide reliable access to satellites through our worldwide SSC Ground Station Network. SSC offers a complete portfolio of ground segment services for a wide variety of missions. As owners and operators of the world's largest network of multi-mission ground stations, we offer unequaled Earth coverage in any orbit.
In addition, we provide complete space consultancy services to satellite operators in both the industrial and public sectors and support all project phases, from designing and testing through to launch and operations.
Read more at www.sscspace.com.  @SSCSpace

Booth Space: 105


Booth Space: 105
Miguel Fernandez

Syrlinks designs and manufactures high-end, cost-effective radio-communication and geolocation sub-systems for Space,  Defense, and Safety.
Syrlinks' products combine innovative technology and reliability to offer both advanced performances and easy integration.

Syrlinks is the pioneer player of Radios based on qualified active COTS.
Since ROSETTA and DEEP-IMPACT missions, more than 60 spacecrafts are equipped by Syrlinks cumulating 400 years in orbit, with 100% reliability.
Expertise of Syrlinks team includes mastery of ESA CLASS 3 and CLASS 2 Standards (ECCS-Q-ST-60C design) (equivalent to NASA Level II and NASA Level I)

Portfolio is one the largest on the market, offering radios for medium-sized satellite (up to 10 years life-times) to Nano/Cube Satellites.
- HighDataRate transmitters, transceivers (TT&C/ISL) in different frequency bands (L, S, X, K), and several quality levels (COTS to ESA CLASS 2 (similar to NASA Level I).
- GNSS SDR Receiver, based on multi-frequencies / multi-platform.

Booth Space: 134

Teledyne Brown Engineering

Booth Space: 134
Stacey Defore

Teledyne Brown Engineering provides full-spectrum engineering services, engineered systems, and manufactured products for the harshest environments. Teledyne’s decades-long history of engagement in critical space programs dates back to rocket development and America’s first satellite in the 1950’s.
As part of its latest endeavor, Teledyne Brown Engineering’s Multi-User System for Earth Sensing MUSES was installed on the International Space Station on June 9, 2017.  Developed as part of a cooperative agreement with NASA, this platform provides opportunities for imaging, technology demonstration, and space qualification payloads supporting research, scientific studies and humanitarian efforts for government, academic and commercial customers.
MUSES provides a precision-pointing environment for earth-viewing instruments, such as high-resolution digital cameras and hyperspectral imagers. It can accommodate up to four payloads simultaneously and offers the ability to robotically change, upgrade, and service those instruments.

Booth Space: 73

Teledyne Judson Technologies

Booth Space: 73
Joseph Kimchi

Teledyne Judson Technologies (TJT) is the recognized leader of infrared detector solutions for space applications.  TJT has a rich heritage of successful space programs over the past 27 years.  TJT can supply space-qualified custom InGaAs, InSb, and HgCdTe detectors/arrays and integrated cooling/packaging and optics to meet mission requirements.  We also provide best value with off-the-shelf affordable high-performance detectors for commercial space, prototypes and proof-of-concept. We have delivered multi-band detectors for weather satellites (GOES, TIROS, INSAT, MTSAT, and COMS). We have delivered detectors for atmospheric spectroscopy (SABER, SOFIE, and ACE) and remote sensing arrays for data collection (MIVIS, MODIS, ASTER, E-MAS).  Introducing SLS MWIR sensors and advancing affordable NIR and SWIR Focal Plane Arrays.  We invite you to stop by our booth to discuss your space detector needs or contact us at 215-368-6900 x3064.

Booth Space: 179


Booth Space: 179
Gregg Greebury

TENDEG provides antennas, precision deployable structures, and mechanical engineering design and analysis services for CubeSat and SmallSat missions.  Our Ka-Band antennas provide high gain, wide bandwidths and low side lobes  to meet communication and radar needs.

Booth Space: 115, 116

Tethers Unlimited, Inc.

Booth Space: 115, 116
Robert Hoyt

Tethers Unlimited Inc. (TUI) develops transformational technologies for space and defense missions.
TUI’s small satellite technology portfolio includes:

SWIFT Software Defined Radios - enabling CubeSats and NanoSats to perform missions requiring frequency agility and high data throughput.

3D-printed ‘Versatile Structural Radiation Shielding’ - a mass-efficient shielding that enables COTS avionics components to achieve higher reliability in the space radiation environment.

The HYDROS Thruster - an inert, unpressurized, non-toxic water propellant for secondary payloads requiring high thrust and large delta-V.

Terminator Tape -  an affordable lightweight solution that meets end-of-mission de-orbit regulations.

Booth Space: 182

The Hammers Company

Booth Space: 182
Steve Hammers

the Hammers Company, Inc. is a small, woman-owned, software engineering and development company.  tHC, Inc.'s expertise is in the development of real-time embedded systems, ground software systems, software systems engineering and simulators for the aerospace industry. tHC, Inc.’s commercial products include the Galaxy\ITOS ground system and the VirtualSat spacecraft simulator.

Booth Space: 236T

The Lee Company

Booth Space: 236T
John Kingsbury

The Lee Company is a global supplier of miniature, precision fluid control products to a wide range of industries and applications including satellite propulsion systems, aerospace fuel and hydraulic systems, oil exploration/production, automotive and off-highway equipment, medical/scientific instruments and other high technology systems. Lee Company products are recognized worldwide for superior quality, reliability and performance. Lee’s unique capabilities in miniaturization and engineering expertise keep the company at the forefront of fluid control technology. Founded in 1948, The Lee Company offers 70 years of experience helping our customers solve complex fluid control problems.

Booth Space: 41T

Thermal Management Technologies (TMT)

Booth Space: 41T
Scott Schick

Thermal Management Technologies (TMT) is an energetic small business that enables customer project goals through design, analysis, development, and hardware solutions.  Our staff has extensive experience in solving thermal challenges in some of the most challenging environments and conditions.  Company experience includes thermal systems, mechanical design, cryogenics, spacecraft/payload thermal-mechanical hardware, industrial processes, and two-phase cooling.  TMT projects range from engineering support to development of one-of-a-kind space and industrial hardware as well as custom flexible thermal straps and compact thermal storage units.  The team at TMT is highly qualified and continues to push the boundaries of creativity and employ the standards of excellence in engineering processes.  Contact TMT to see what is new and how we can enable your thermal and structural systems.

Booth Space: 112, 113

TriSept Corporation

Booth Space: 112, 113
Jason Armstrong

TriSept Corporation provides effective, and innovative solutions that enable customer success. Founded in 1994, TriSept is a small business that is a seasoned technical and programmatic service provider to government and commercial industries. The TriSept family hand-selects both pioneers and the best new talent from the aerospace, software, and information assurance sectors with competencies necessary to successfully plan and execute the full product lifecycle. TriSept is continually recognized by its customers and teammates for the integrity of their personnel, the level of expertise that they bring to their programs, and excellence in the end-products. TriSept’s core competencies include launch integration, program management and systems engineering, software architecture and development, as well as program information assurance. The company also has unique experience in integrating multiple small satellites and rideshare payloads onto various launch vehicles. TriSept is an agile and efficient solution provider, working as one team with its customers to succeed.

Booth Space: 51

Tyvak Nano-Satellite Systems Inc.

Booth Space: 51
Emily Krasch

Tyvak Nano-Satellite Systems, Inc. provides NanoSat and CubeSat space vehicle products and services that target advanced state-of-the-art capabilities for government and commercial customers to support operationally and scientifically relevant missions.  Tyvak is vertically integrated to provide a full range of products and services that include: 1) Complete NanoSat bus and vehicles to support advanced mission needs, 2) Key components and subsystems to support other organization’s internal development activities, 3) Research and Development of advanced performance low power avionics and mechanisms, 4) Launch integration and manifesting services, as well as CubeSat dispensers, and 5) Mission operations infrastructure to provide turn-key data products.

Booth Space: 83

VACCO Industries

Booth Space: 83
Musetta Tam

VACCO Industries provides a variety of high-performance cold gas, warm gas and green monopropellant systems for CubeSat platforms. To date, three of them are on orbit and fourteen flight MiPS have been produced to support AFRL, NRO, NASA and commercial flight applications, including support for the JPL MarCO CubeSat program. VACCO utilizes its proprietary Chemically Etched Micro Systems (ChEMS™) technology to produce these smart, highly integrated Micro Propulsion Systems (MiPS) specifically designed for CubeSats.  In addition to complete systems VACCO also provides Xenon and Iodine micro feed systems & valves. Since 1962, VACCO fluid controls have supported many leading satellite, launch vehicles and interplanetary spacecraft.

Booth Space: 133


Booth Space: 133
Marco Witzmann

Valispace is an agile, browser-based engineering software to help you build better satellites on time and budget. Managing complexity with Excel spreadsheets and e-mails has reached its limit and it's showing in cost and schedule overruns. Instead, Valispace digitizes your engineering process by providing a modern data storage and calculation software, which fits into your existing tool landscape (with integrations to MS Office, MATLAB, CAD, PLM, requirements software etc.). The software is easy to use and can be accessed by all team members from any web browser at any time. Valispace frees your engineers from spending time managing and syncing documents and gives them more time to innovate and create new projects.

Booth Space: 106

VECTRONIC Aerospace GmbH

Booth Space: 106
Pius Butz

VECTRONIC Aerospace is a manufacturer of mechanic and electronic subsystems for small satellites, with a domain on attitude determination and control and power control and data handling. The portfolio comprises flight proven components such as star trackers, reaction wheels, and magnet torquer, which have shown their reliability in various space missions. Furthermore, VECTRONIC Aerospace offers customer specific solutions for flight, ground support, and laboratory equipment. The company is located in Berlin, Germany, and was founded in 2000. Since then, many international research institutes and universities have trusted in the products and experience of VECTRONIC Aerospace.

Booth Space: 203

ViaSat Inc.

Booth Space: 203
John Williams

Viasat is a global communications company that believes everyone and everything in the world can be connected. For more than 30 years, Viasat has helped shape how consumers, businesses, governments and militaries around the world communicate. Today, the Company is developing the ultimate global communications network to power high-quality, secure, affordable, fast connections to impact people's lives anywhere they are—on the ground, in the air or at sea. To learn more about Viasat, visit: www.viasat.com, go to Viasat's corporate blog, or follow the Company on social media at: Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn, Twitter or YouTube.

Booth Space: 172-173

Virgin Orbit

Booth Space: 172-173
Jordan Joseph

Virgin Orbit will provide dedicated, responsive, and affordable launch services for small satellites. Founded by Sir Richard Branson and owned by the Virgin Group and Aabar Investments PJS, Virgin Orbit and its sister companies—Virgin Galactic and The Spaceship Company—are opening access to space to change the world for good. To launch the small satellite revolution, Virgin Orbit is developing LauncherOne, a flexible launch service for commercial and government-built satellites. LauncherOne rockets are designed and manufactured in Long Beach, California, and will be air-launched from a dedicated 747-400 carrier aircraft capable of operating from many locations in order to best serve each customer’s needs. Virgin Orbit’s systems are currently in an advanced stage of testing, with initial orbital launches expected soon. To learn more or to apply to join Virgin Orbit’s talented and growing team, visit virginorbit.com.

Booth Space: 108, 109

Virginia Commercial Space Flight Authority (MARS)

Booth Space: 108, 109
Kim Read

MARS is an FAA licensed, fully operational spaceport located at the NASA Wallops Flight Facility on the mid-Atlantic coast. MARS provides low cost access to mid-inclination orbits for small, medium and medium-heavy class ELVs, sub-orbital launchers, RLV launch and landing, and payload recovery. Its location provides unobstructed access to the ISS orbit and is the primary launch site for Antares ISS cargo re-supply services. MARS offers two FAA licensed launch pads, sub-orbital launch rails, vehicle/payload storage and processing facilities, heavy-class horizontal vehicle assembly facility, hypergolic fueling facility, large capacity ELV liquid fueling facility, co-located airport, flexible mission support, and an accommodating schedule for commercial and government aerospace customers. The MARS facilities readily support the Pegasus, Minotaur, Taurus, Athena, Antares and Falcon 9 family of ELVs. Its unique location, capabilities, and cost advantages make it the test, demonstration, and operational launch site of choice for government, commercial, and academic missions.

Booth Space: 140

Vorago Technologies

Booth Space: 140
Jamie Shelton

VORAGO Technologies is a high-tech company that has developed HARDSIL technology to enable cost-effective radiation hardening for space. VORAGO provides rad-hard ARM Cortex-based microcontrollers and memory ICs that are used in many different spacecrafts. VORAGO products can increase the likelihood of mission success by providing a radiation hardened processor as well as watchdog functionality for mission critical functions in SmallSats.

Booth Space: 188


Booth Space: 188
Aridio Sanchez

VPT Rad is an independent radiation laboratory that provides specialized environments and test solutions for evaluating electronics used in aerospace and nuclear applications.

Our in-house Cobalt 60 irradiators offer total ionizing dose (TID) gamma irradiation, high dose rate TID GC-220, low dose rate broad beam TID, and ELDRS analysis. Further capabilities include a TESEC 881 Spektra, an LTX-Credence D-10 test system, and a Bruker Biospin Electron Paramagnetic Resonance dosimetry system.

With commercial laboratory suitability approval from the DLA, we perform testing for Test Method 1019 Conditions A, C, and D, and Test Method 1017 per MIL-STD-750 and MIL-STD-883.

We also serve customers outside the U.S. using test methods compliant to ESCC 22900, and low dose rates from 10 to 100 mrad(Si)/s to match our customers' mission requirements. Our turn-key services include test program planning, test execution, results evaluation and full reporting.

Booth Space: 81

Vulcan Wireless, Inc.

Booth Space: 81
Kevin Lynaugh

A proven partner in Digital Communications, Vulcan Wireless Inc. provides complete turnkey wireless designs for our domestic and international customers. We provide comprehensive, cost effective, engineering services as well as product development. We enable our customers to smoothly transition from marketing concept to mass production. Our customers meet the critical market window by us aggressively supporting their scheduling needs. Vulcan Wireless Inc. is focusing on advanced communications, laser communications and software defined radios for the small satellite and CubeSat applications.  Vulcan provides turnkey software defined radios, laser communications, antenna systems, encryption, and ground terminals for small satellite systems.  Our designs are capable of operating in harsh space as well as small form factor.  We have designs that cover VHF to Ka-Band.  Please visit our booth for demonstrations and products that meet your overall needs.

Booth Space: 234T


Booth Space: 234T
Christopher Reddy

Xanfab is an electronics manufacturer specializing in high-end printed circuit board assembly. Built on the passion for intensively listening to our customers and meticulously manufacturing their designs, we are setup to build mission-critical electronics. Both our equipment and expertise uniquely position Xanfab to add value throughout product life cycles, enabling our customers to be agile with their technologies.

Booth Space: 8T

Xiphos Systems Corporation

Booth Space: 8T
Vlad Banea

Xiphos has provided unique avionics solutions for over 20 years for the nanosat and cubesat market in the US, Canada and internationally. Xiphos solutions are built around flight-proven miniature processing products; examples include RF signal extraction and message demodulation from overlapped, collided, corrupted, Doppler-shifted ship location (AIS) transmissions, remote management of high-resolution images and video (e.g. space station cameras), real-time image and video enhancement techniques,  and networked payload interface and control solutions (e.g. ISS payload interfaces). Xiphos solutions hybridize software and logic implementation of computing-intensive algorithms and use industrial-grade components in a fault-tolerant architecture intended for use in space environments. We then implement all of the above while minimizing size, mass and energy requirements. The resulting avionics solutions deliver high-end performance at much lower cost than traditional avionics on-board spacecraft.

Booth Space: 61

ZARM Technik AG

Booth Space: 61
Holger W. Oelze

ZARM Technik AG was founded in 1997 as a spin-off from the Centre of Applied Space Technology and Microgravity, an institute of the University of Bremen. As the institute successfully contributed to several German Space missions ZARM Technik focused on development and manufacturing of components for satellite attitude control system. Since its founding ZARM Technik became one of the leading manufacturers of magnetotorquers and magnetometers. Components produced for satellites are in use on most European and numerously international spacecrafts as the European Navigation system Galileo, Astro-H, Radarsat or NuStar. ZARM Technik AG is manufacturing for all large system integrators, universities and Space agencies worldwide. By now more than 130 missions have been supplied. A number of these are for more than a decade in orbit as for instance the Grace mission since 2002. Over the last years ZARM Technik AG has received several awards for successful work in different projects.