DECEMBER 5–7, 2017  GEORGE R. BROWN CONVENTION CENTER
SPACE APPLICATIONS FUELING BUSINESS INNOVATION

Home

19May 2015

I first became an avid golfer about the time Alan Shepard was swinging at golf balls on the Moon during his Apollo 14 mission. To say I love golf is quite frankly a bit of an understatement. My wife would say I love it more than…..well I better not say or I will get myself
Keep Reading

24Apr 2015

For years, technological advances made by NASA and its commercial partners in their exploration of space have benefited mankind in a myriad of ways and most people have no idea of the extent of these benefits! Now, while I can see that getting a root canal may not be perceived as a benefit, I had
Keep Reading

27Mar 2015

The Space Industry and the world are abuzz for the most complex experiment on the space station ever. Today, Scott Kelly and Mikhail Kornienko, AKA the One Year Crew, will begin a year-long mission at the International Space Station (ISS), resulting in the longest stay by an astronaut on the ISS. As manned space missions venture beyond Earth’s
Keep Reading

10Mar 2015

Last week, I had the exciting opportunity to participate in the Society of Petroleum Engineers’ Digital Energy Conference in Houston, Texas.  It was a terrific session fueled by a profusion of collaboration and dialogue. One particular highlight was the sharing and communication that took place across multiple industries.  In addition to established O&G industry experts,
Keep Reading

13Feb 2015

Call it Space Race 2.0. Call it the Next Space Race. Call it what you will, but the fact is – the space industry has boomed with private investments. According to The Space Foundation, global space activity totaled $314.17B in 2013, where commercially-funded space products and services represented more than 75 percent. Recently, Bloomberg Business, Fortune, and Washington
Keep Reading

12Jan 2015

Two weeks ago, we said our adieus to 2014. But we wanted to take a moment and reflect on what 2014 accomplished for space commercialization. In 2013, global space activity totaled $314.78B – commercially funded space products and services represented more than three-quarters of total space activity. That only grew in 2014. Many important steps
Keep Reading

  • 1
  • 2