Boeing will host an exhibit for displaying its offerings in space exploration along with new satellites and cyber products at a space industry forum April 8 through April 11 in Colorado Springs, Colo.
The Space Foundation’s National Space Symposium will also have a full-scale model of the company’s 702SP satellite on display, Boeing said Monday.
“We’ll talk about some of the advances that are shaping how we integrate new and previously proven technologies to meet those customers’ needs,” said Roger Krone, Boeing president for network and space systems.
Krone added the company is working with its NASA, defense and commercial partners to develop the new technologies.
Company executives will also give presentations at the conference during discussions, including:
- John Elbon, vice president and general manager of space exploration
- Jim Simpson, vice president of business development for space and intelligence systems
- Antonio Nucci, chief technology officer of Boeing subsidiary Narus
Elbon’s April 8 presentation is titled “New Generation Leadership” and Simpson will speak at the “Cyber 1.3 Panel –Humans Wanted? Humans Needed? The Future of Cyber.”
On April 11, Nucci will give a presentation titled “Long Term Sustainability of Space: Practices for the Future.”