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It’s Start-Up Season!

Posted: September 10, 2019

It is time for Denver Start Up Week!  A chance to showcase space to a unique audience – that of the Start-up entrepreneur.  Those that dare to take their ideas to a whole new level, just like those of us in the Aerospace industry. Big Dreams start out in small packages.  You will see below some of our Colorado businesses making big moves in the Aerospace and Defense industry

Denver Start Up week is the largest  event in the United States.  It is free and open to the public. You can go here to sign up and create a schedule.  You never know what connections will spark as aerospace intersects with Design, Healthcare, Clean Tech, Data Analytics, Architecture and many other industries and skills.

While you are there, don’t forget to attend these sessions focused on the Aerospace start-up sector. Many of our CSBR members will be participating, such as Bluefoot Engineering, Atomos Space,  and Exodus Space. I will also be representing both CSBR and my own start up Deep Space Predictive.  There will also be a panel on understanding the concept of the New Space Economy with Colorado OEDIT’s Maj General (ret) Jay Lindell and others. 

September 17th, 10am, Startup Aerospace and Why Colorado is Leading the Charge
September 18th, Noon, How to Achieve Product Market Fit While Externally  Funding your R&D
September 20th, 8am, The Nuts and Bolts of an Aerospace Startup
September 20th, Noon,  Space a Public (and Private) Affair

A great thing to note as you attend is the number of minority and women owned business in the space start up community as well as the flush of young talent.  We are inspiring the next generation. I hope to see some of you around the way as we celebrate the inclusion of Aerospace in the greater startup community!

Alires Almon - Chair, Colorado Space Business Roundtable


Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance: Eight ISR Small Businesses Join Catalyst Space Accelerator

Posted: September 10, 2019

Colorado Springs, CO, Sept. 09, 2019 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- This fall, eight companies from around the country will convene in Colorado Springs for the Catalyst Space Accelerator’s fourth cohort, centered around space-based Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance (ISR).

The Catalyst Space Accelerator (CSA), sponsored by Air Force Research Laboratory Space Vehicles Directorate, was created to advance technology for our warfighters. By boosting companies’ technology development and guiding them through working with the government, the Accelerator benefits both the economy and the warfighter. For this cohort, the Air Force is seeking to encourage commercially-viable solutions for its space-based ISR needs.

Find out the eight new companies in the accelerator!


Northrop Grumman Uses Seakr Space Processor

Posted: September 10, 2019 

Northrop Grumman selected Seakr Engineering to provide a space signal processor on two new GEOStar satellites to launch in 2022.  This is Seakr’s second major customer utilizing the Wolverine processor, a new Radio Frequency (RF) reconfigurable processor which can process 10 Gigahertz (GHz) of bandwidth for a variety of applications.

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Beers & Brats with Astronauts - Huge Success!

Posted: September 10, 2019

Retired Astronaut Lee ‘Bru’ Archambault speaking with Colorado’s US Senator Cory Gardner.

Over 100 People attended our annual Beers and Brats event.  This year we had a special twist with an interview with an Astronaut!  Beers and Brats with Astronauts was a huge success with the intent of peaking interest in Space exploration with our membership and members of the community. Especially our young professionals. US Senator Cory Gardner, dropped in to speak to the audience and had a moment with

Kimberly Schwandt with Sierra Nevada Corporation Emceed the event.

Emcee, Kimberly Schwandt who is with event sponsor Sierra Nevada Corporation, moderated the event with a lively question and answer session with the audience and Astronaut Lee Archambault.  It was a great opportunity to hear the full experience of life as an astronaut.

We look forward to seeing you next year!


PADT'S 2019 Colorado Additive Manufacturing Day

Posted: September 10, 2019 

PADT is excited to announce the 2019 Colorado Additive Manufacturing Day, a celebration of the innovative nature of 3D printing and the role it plays in the state. 

Join us for a day of networking and discussion on all things additive, including where the industry is headed, how other technologies can impact the effectiveness of additive, an exploration of a few unique application cases, and much more. This is a free event, food and drink will be provided.

Learn more and register here:
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