FEB. 21–22, 2023

ORLANDO, FL

About SpaceCom

SpaceCom, the Global Commercial Space Conference & Exposition, developed in partnership with the 49th Space Congress — produced by the Canaveral Council of Technical Societies (CCTS) in partnership with NASA-Kennedy Center (KSC), is the premier commercial space event of the year that mobilizes space professionals to discuss, collaborate, and influence the business of space.

Held in Orlando, FL, a short distance from the Space Coast, SpaceCom will include a dynamic show floor, late-breaking critical industry outlooks, engaging networking and special events, and more.

The SpaceCom experience powers and facilitates the network that makes business in space thrive and enables us to use space technology to create lucrative, yet sustainable, opportunities for organizations worldwide.

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Attendees

SpaceCom is the essential link that brings together all those involved in the commercial space industry and advancing the business of space — including a strong focus on connecting public and private sectors. Will you join them?

Industry Sectors:

Conference

Developed in partnership with the 49th Spaceport Summit, expect an enhanced, progressive program that provides the latest-breaking big-picture perspectives and critical industry outlooks. This exciting partnership with the 49th Spaceport Summit, and the move to the Space Coast, provides access to new speakers from various agencies, progressive organizations, and beyond.

Participate in formal sessions, high-profile keynote presentations, dynamic roundtable discussions, and breakout sessions.

Tracks & Sessions:

Off-Planet Commercialization

The opportunity for lucrative ventures in space is boundless. This collection of sessions focuses on near-future, off-planet space projects from concept to investment to execution. Learn how you can capitalize on the opportunities now and in the future.

2022 Commercial Space Investment Outlook

This panel of industry experts will address recent investment trends in the commercial space market and how that will impact the immediate and long-term future of the industry.

Sponsored by:

The Future of the Space Station

For decades, the ISS has been the international space community’s in-space research laboratory. But as its infrastructure ages and humans venture further into space, there is a need for an updated station that can support research and human exploration for decades to come. Listen as our panelists discuss the public/private partnership between NASA and Axiom Space and the future of the space station. Sponsored by:

Securing the Commercial Space Domain

Innovations used to make space technology infrastructure and communications as safe as possible while building on current cybersecurity efforts and recognizing the challenges will be discussed during “Securing the Commercial Space Domain.” Sponsored by:

Show Floor

SpaceCom’s engaging show floor includes products and services from global companies that enable our mission and forward progress in space commerce. Expect products and solutions that challenge your thinking and innovations that can change the way you do business.

Company Types Include:

  • Advanced Manufacturing
  • Aerospace Systems
  • Associations & Non-Profits
  • Business Services
  • Communications
  • Consulting
  • Engineering Services
  • Government & Defense
  • City & State
  • Human Space Flight
  • IT/Software Engineering
  • Media
  • Research & Development
  • Satellite Systems
  • Space Service Providers
  • Spaceports & Spaceport Service Providers
  • & More

Pavilions

International

Entrepreneur Alley

Start-Up Row Supplier

Supplier Showcase

Pavilions

Conference Program

Developed in partnership with the 49th Space Congress, expect a progressive program that provides the latest-breaking big-picture perspectives and critical industry outlooks.

Speakers are high-ranking topic experts that come from various agencies, progressive organizations, and beyond. Sessions include formal sessions, high-profile keynote presentations, dynamic roundtable discussions, and breakout sessions.

Networking

Expect access to even more space professionals and major space organizations than ever before. From networking events to VIP receptions, you can expect to exponentially build your network and reconnect with colleagues.