SpaceCom® | 48th Spaceport Summit Debuts in Orlando Attracts Over 1,500 Attendees
SpaceCom® | 48th Spaceport Summit (formerly Space Congress®), a newly developed conference partnership between SpaceCom and the 48th Spaceport Summit produced by the Canaveral Council of Technical Societies (CCTS) in partnership with NASA-Kennedy Space Center (KSC) and industry, was the first commercial space event of 2022. The event, staged in-person for the first time since 2019, brought together more than 1,500 government, industry, and aerospace professionals from around the world to discuss, collaborate and influence the business of space.
Associate Administrator, NASA HQ
I do know that we are not going to be successful unless we work together as a team and I think we have the best partnership we've ever had between NASA, industry and our commercial partners as we set our path forward. I can't tell you how excited I am about our future. The future is now. This is it.
At NASA we always look up, and push further out into the cosmos. But central to our mission, is protecting this planet. So last year, we announced several new earth science missions – missions off-planet, for the planet. To achieve our goals our in the cosmos, and here on the surface on the earth, we must continue to innovate. We must dream big. We must develop solutions to problems once thought unsolvable.
Director, Kennedy Space Center, NASA
Kennedy is ready to meet the demands of America's future in space. 2022 is going to be a year of celebration and a time to reflect on the decades of our many contributions to science, technology and exploration. Today at Kennedy we are more committed than ever to building on the legacy of the work that has gone before in order to meet the demands of the future, both on this planet and off.
Attendees participated in formalized sessions, high-profile keynote presentations, dynamic round-table discussions and breakout sessions.
Speakers from across the industry joined SpaceCom & the Spaceport Summit to cover the topics that matter most to space commerce now and in the near future.