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Notes from the Chair…

Posted: Nov. 18, 2019

If you ever wonder why Colorado is big in aerospace, look no further than this Denver Business Journal article which highlights the biggest contracts in 2019. Ball Aerospace, Raytheon, Boeing Company, Lockheed Martin and others received billions in funding for the year. It’s not just the recipient companies that benefit, but the supply chain that supports those companies. Across the state, small and medium size business and start-ups too, all create this ecosystem which puts Colorado at #2 in the overall Aerospace industry in the US. Not to mention, much of human-rate space flight development is happening in our own backyards. Just want you to know, we are knocking on the door California!

Next month, Colorado Space Business Roundtable will host its biggest event – The CSBR Round Up on Wednesday, December 4th at the Denver Museum of Nature and Science. You will have the opportunity to meet and hear first-hand from those that are supporting NASA’s return to the moon and beyond. For the last 16 years, we have brought you insights and experts on the state of Aerospace in Colorado.

Colorado, we are on the move!


Alires Almon
Chair, Colorado Space Business Roundtable.

 

 

CSBR Round Up – Wednesday, December 5th

Posted: Nov. 18, 2019

Denver Museum of Nature and Science
Apollo, Artemis and Beyond

Each year, the Colorado space business community gathers for a one-day education, networking, and economic outlook event, called the Round Up. In our 16th year, we are looking toward the future. The theme this year is Apollo, Artemis, and Beyond; which reflects the progress made by the US in space travel and the renewed efforts to get back to the moon. The Round event features 4 panels focused our new lunar astronauts, Back to the Moon - Technology, Infrastructure, Challenges, and Schedule, USA and the Space Station – US getting back to the space station, humans and cargo, and the Congressional Outlook on Space.

We are excited to announce that our 2019 Keynote speaker is Mr. Tory Bruno, President and CEO of United Launch Alliance. Not only was he recognized as one of Denver Business Journal’s Most Admired CEOs, he provides a vision for the future that has ULA and the Colorado ecosystem part of the future of space exploration.

 

 

 

 

Discussion Panels:

• Many New Steps: Human Space Flight goes Back to the Moon

• Going to the Moon: Technology, Infrastructure, Challenges, and Schedule

• Congressional Panel on Space Command in Colorado

• USA and the Space Station: US getting back to the space station, humans and cargo

Join Us! Registration is now open!

 

2019 Roundup Sponsors So Far!

Posted: Nov. 18, 2019

Gold Sponsor

 


Conference Sponsors

 
Bronze Sponsors

 


Community Sponsors



Exhibitors

Affiliated Engineers Inc.
Ball Aerospace
Burns & McDonnell
Centennial Software Solutions LLC
Critical Path IP Law
The 3d Printing Store
The CPI Group
Glenair
Manufacturers Edge
Merrick & Company
Red Canyon Software
Teledyne Brown Engineering
Wings Over the Rockies Air and Space Museum

Morning Break Sponsor

Palmetier Law, LLC
 
Become a Sponsor or Exhibitor!
 

 

 

 

CSBR Road Show inspires NW Colorado Air and Space Coalition!

Posted: Nov. 18, 2019

RBC | Colorado Northwestern Community College met on Friday with local business and community leaders as part of the first meeting of the Northwest Colorado Air and Space Coalition. The coalition was formed in response to ideas presented to local leaders during the Aviation Roadshow that toured Northwest Colorado earlier this summer. The roadshow brought many aviation and aerospace professionals to our area to explore our communities and learn more about the opportunities that exist for their industry in northwest Colorado. Comments from visiting aeronautical professional and industry leaders were resoundingly positive as to the untapped potential that Colorado’s northwest provides. They provided local leader with several ideas that could advance the aerospace industry here in our local area.

Read more here.

 

Colorado Skies Academy Students Launch Balloon with Science Experiments

Posted: Nov. 18, 2019

The Next Generation

When Colorado Skies Academy (CSA) opened in August on the grounds of Centennial Airport, it became the first middle school in the United States that is fully contained in an operating airport. The Cherry Creek School District (CCSD) charter school’s focus is on aviation and aerospace.

On Nov. 6, the sixth-grade class and their teachers launched a high-altitude scientific balloon carrying student science experiments, GPS trackers, weather sensors, and video cameras. Students had to get permission from the Federal Aviation Authority to launch the balloon.

Read more here.

 

 
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