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2018 CSBR Roundup Keynote Speaker Announced! Major General John Shaw

Posted: November 12, 2018

Maj. Gen. John E. Shaw is Deputy Commander, Air Force Space Command, Peterson Air Force Base, Colorado. He assists the commander in organizing, training, equipping, and maintaining mission-ready space forces and providing missile warning, positioning, navigation and timing, and communications capabilities for North American Aerospace Defense Command, U.S. Strategic Command and other combatant commands. The command manages a global network of satellite command and control, communications, missile warning and space launch facilities; and is responsible for space system development and acquisition. The command comprises approximately 30,000 space professionals worldwide. General Shaw also directs and coordinates the activities of the headquarters staff.

General Shaw entered the Air Force in 1990 as a distinguished graduate of the U.S. Air Force Academy with a degree in astronautical engineering and a minor in Russian language. He has served in a variety of air and space operations and staff positions, including operations tours in the 50th Space Wing, the National Reconnaissance Office, the 32nd Air Operations Group and the Space Warfare Center. His operational commands have included the 4th Space Operations Squadron, the 50th Operations Group and the 21st Space Wing. He has also served previously at U.S. Strategic Command as Director of the Commander's Action Group, as Deputy Director for Operations and in the Pentagon as an Air Force intern, as Deputy Chief of Space Strategy and Integration, a speechwriter and as a senior space policy advisor.

Click here to learn more about Maj. Gen. Shaw.

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15TH ANNUAL COLORADO SPACE ROUND UP: DECEMBER 5, 2018

Posted: November 12, 2018

2018 CSBR Round Up sponsorship opportunities are now available! These sponoships offer a variety of exposure and recognition opportunities for your organization or company. Become a sponsor today!

 

SPONSORSHIP LEVELS 

Platinum Sponsor: $10,000: (1 Available)

  • 20 roundup conference passes
  • 2 named reserved VIP tables (20 Seats) at keynote luncheon, continental breakfast and afternoon reception
  • Corporate banding and recognition as presenting keynote luncheon sponsor
  • Key involvement at luncheon. Introduction of keynote speaker and program involvement
  • Corporate signage (provided by company) displayed throughout the event and recognition at the luncheon as well as a listing in the program
  • Exhibitors space or exhibitor sponsor in Leprino Atrium at DMNS for duration of the program event
  • Includes 1 year CSBR membership for up to 15 named individuals 

Gold Sponsor: $8000:  (2 Available)

  • 10 roundup conference passes
  • 1 named reserved VIP table 10 Seats at keynote luncheon,
  • Continental breakfast and afternoon reception
  • Sponsorship of afternoon Reception with corporate branding 
  • Corporate signage (provided by company) displayed throughout the event and recognition at keynote luncheon as well as a listing in the program
  • Exhibitors space or exhibitor sponsor in Leprino Atrium at DMNS for duration of the program event
  • Includes 1 year CSBR membership for up to 10 named individuals 

Silver Sponsor: $6000:  (6 Available)

  • 6 Roundup conference passes
  • 6 Seats reserved at VIP table with table signage at keynote luncheon,
  • Continental breakfast and afternoon reception
  • Corporate signage (provided by company) displayed throughout the event and recognition at the keynote luncheon as well as a listing in the program
  • Exhibitors space or exhibitor sponsor in Leprino Atrium at DMNS for duration of the program event
  • Includes 1 year CSBR membership for up to 8 named individuals

Bronze Sponsor: $4000 (4 Available)

  • 4 Roundup conference passes
  • 4 Seats reserved at VIP table with table signage at keynote luncheon,
  • Continental breakfast and afternoon reception
  • Corporate signage (provided by company) displayed throughout the event and recognition at the lunch as well as a listing in the program
  • Exhibitors space or exhibitor sponsor in Leprino Atrium at DMNS for duration of the program event
  • Includes 1 year CSBR membership for up to 5 named individuals 

Community Sponsorship: $2000 (6 Available)

  • 2 Roundup conference passes
  • 2 seats reserved at VIP table with table signage at keynote luncheon
  • Continental breakfast and afternoon reception
  • Corporate signage (provided by company) displayed throughout the event and recognition at the lunch as well as a listing in the program
  • Exhibitors space or in Leprino Atrium at DMNS for duration of the program event

Exhibitor Table $500

  • Vendor table in Leprino Atrium at DMNS networking area for the duration of the program luncheon and reception
  • 2 Individual keynote luncheon tickets, breakfast and reception tickets
  • Corporate branding and information listed on the networking tables and a listing in the program
  • A breakfast and two networking breaks and cocktail reception provide opportunities for company exposure where vendors can greet and display corporate information

Become a sponsor today!

 

2018 CSBR Roundup Registration Now Open!

Posted: November 12, 2018



Registration Now Open!

Wednesday, December 5, 2018 from 8:30 AM - 4:30 PM
Cost: CSBR Member: $35; Non-Member: See Registration Rates Below
Denver Museum of Nature and Science
2001 Colorado Blvd, Denver, CO 80205
 

The Colorado Space Roundup is the premier all-Colorado space industry update and networking event. Presented by the Colorado Space Business Roundtable (CSBR) and the Colorado Space Coalition (CSC), the Roundup is in its 15th year. It is your chance to catch up on the latest Colorado space news and connect with leaders from business, government and education.

This year’s theme is All Systems Go as Colorado had an outstanding year in space with successful launches of satellites, awarding of commercial and military contracts, and major milestones on the horizon. The 2018 Roundup will continue to focus on small businesses and the important role they play in the Colorado aerospace economy, maiden launches of commercial crew and crew cargo missions supported by Colorado primes and small businesses, and the highlighting of the importance of military space in the Colorado aerospace community. 

Register Now!

Non-Member Registration Rates:

Membership Level Roundup Registration Fee Total Cost
REGULAR MEMBERSHIP – $175 $35 $210
STUDENT DISCOUNTED MEMBERSHIP – $35 $35 $70
YOUNG PROFESSIONAL DISCOUNTED MEMBERSHIP – $75 $35 $110
MILITARY DISCOUNTED MEMBERSHIP – $100 $35 $135
EDUCATION DISCOUNTED MEMBERSHIP – $150 $35 $185
INTERNATIONAL AFFILIATE – $150 $35 $185

 

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Thank You To Our Current Sponsors!

 

SILVER SPONSORS:

 

Space Foundation

 

BRONZE SPONSORS:



The Boeing Company



General Atomics Electromagnetic Systems




Jeff Co Economic Development


Secure World Foundation 




University of Colorado, AeroSpace Ventures Office


Wings Over the Rockies


COMMUNITY SPONSORS:

 



AIAA

 



Colorado Air and Space Port




Colorado Space Coalition 




Northrop Grumman


EXHIBITORS:

Ball Aerospace
Belcan, LLC
Burns & McDonnell
The CPI Group
Critical Path IP Law
M.J. Smith and Associates
MSU Denver - Aviation and Aerospace Department
Red Canyon Software
RM AIAA
Teledyne Brown Engineering
US ProTech. Inc.

 

Satellite Operators from around the World, to Convene in Denver for the Bi-Annual Space Situational Awareness (SSA) Operators’ Workshop

Posted: November 12, 2018

November 13-16, satellite operators from around the world will convene in Denver, CO for the bi-annual Space Situational Awareness (SSA) Operators’ Workshop. The workshop allows spacecraft owners/operators to discuss issues related to launch and satellite spaceflight operations. The workshop will include nearly 150 satellite operators and mission stakeholders from commercial and government agencies. Over 15 countries will be represented including the United Kingdom, Germany, France, Japan, Poland, and Turkey, just to name a few. During this four-day workshop, satellite operators will hear presentations on current concepts of operation (CONOPS), the latest risk assessment tools and methods, and lessons learned from specific operational scenarios.

Space Situational Awareness refers to the ability to view, understand, and predict the physical location of natural and manmade objects in orbit around the Earth. Space surveillance has taken on increased importance in recent years, as the near-earth orbital regime becomes more contested, congested, and competitive. With over 308,000 potential space-junk collisions logged just in 2017, the compounding issue of intentional and unintentional threats to space assets will only get worse. With space exploration and commerce about to boom, it's more important than ever to keep track of all the debris.

Why is this event important to Colorado?
Colorado has remained as the second-largest space economy in the nation, according to the Metro Denver EDC’s 2018 Industry Cluster Study for Aerospace. With the vast ecosystem created by high-tech companies, four military commands, and eight major space contractors, Colorado is at the center for aerospace activity.

The event is hosted by SpaceNav, a Boulder-based applied mathematics and aerospace engineering firm. Since 2009, SpaceNav has focused on delivering new, state-of-the-art solutions in the SSA domain for defense and commercial customers around the world including NASA, NOAA, USGS, and Google.

For more information on this event, CLICK HERE
SSA Operators’ Workshop AGENDA

 

Boulder County Hosting World GIS Day Event And Presentations

Posted: November 12, 2018

Boulder County is hosting a World GIS (Geographic Information Systems) Day event on Wednesday, November 14 in Boulder. The event is free and open to the public.

GIS Day is part of Geography Awareness Week. Established by presidential proclamation more than 25 years ago, this annual public awareness program encourages citizens young and old to think and learn about the significance of place and how we affect and are affected by it. Held each year in November, World GIS Day events focus on the importance of geography by using lessons, games, and presentations for the public.

Since 1987, GIS technology has become an integral part of almost all of Boulder County’s governmental functions including emergency and law enforcement, floodplain management, land use planning and zoning, open space acquisitions and management, precinct delineation, property assessment, public health, road construction and maintenance, snow plowing and wildfire mitigation.

Event Schedule:
(attendees can drop by for any or all of the events)

9 a.m. – Light breakfast served (bagels, fruit, coffee, juice)
9:10 a.m. – Welcome and announcements
9:15 a.m. – “Show and Tell: CONNECTAssessment in the Boulder County Assessor’s Office” by Rachel Parrinello
9:30 a.m. – “Where in Boulder County?” game
9:40 a.m. – “Explorer for ArcGIS” – live demo by Tim Lomas
10 a.m. – “Where in Boulder County?” game / networking break
10:30 a.m. – “Situational Awareness in Emergency Operations” live demo by Mark Mullane
10:50 a.m. – “Where in Boulder County?” game
11:00 a.m. – “Using GIS in Wildfire Mitigation” – Presentation by Amber Horrie and Molly Watson
11:30 a.m. – “Impact of Electric Buses on Air Pollution: Using GIS for Location Intelligence Study” in London” – Presentation by Jacob Schmidt, University of Colorado student
11:45 a.m. – Wrap Up

Boulder County GIS Day 2018 will be held in the Commissioners’ Hearing Room, Boulder County Courthouse, Third Floor, 1325 Pearl St., Boulder.

For more information, contact Molly Watson at [email protected] or 303-441-3886.

 
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