SpaceOps 2014 13th International Conference on Space Operations

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SpaceOps 2014 13th International Conference on Space Operations

5 May 2014 - 9 May 2014
Pasadena, Califonia, United States
Event Format: Meeting

Abstract Submission Deadline: 1 April 2014
Registration Deadline: 3 May 2014


Organized By:

The American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics (AIAA)


Event Website: http://www.aiaa.org/spaceops2014/
Event E-mail: custserv@aiaa.org


SpaceOps 2014: Explore Innovation

The capability of our space missions and the supporting ground infrastructure is growing, fueled by exciting new technologies, but with that growth comes increased complexity, and daunting reliability and security challenges. And, like most complex enterprises, space operations are being asked to do more with less. In order to deliver cost-effective space operations services we must explore innovative ways to build and operate our systems, and integrate operations personnel into the space operations equation. Innovation is the engine that drives progress in today’s high-tech global economy.

SpaceOps 2014 provides the opportunity for you to share your experiences, challenges, and innovative solutions with colleagues from around the globe, and take home new ideas and new connections. Be it civil or military applications, educational, scientific, or commercial objectives, space segments or ground segments, the space operations community greatly values, and benefits from, collaboration and the sharing of ideas. To this end, we enthusiastically invite you to Explore Innovation!

Hosted by NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) and organized by the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics (AIAA), SpaceOps 2014 will bring together the space operations community to address state-of-the-art operations principles, methods, and tools. Held biennially since 1990, the conference attracts technologists, scientists, and managers from space agencies, industry, and academia, and fosters managerial and technical interchange on all aspects of space mission operations, including robotic and human spaceflight, earth orbit and deep space missions, lunar and planetary missions, and orbital and surface operations.

Subject Matter: Earth and Space Science Informatics, Planetary Sciences




Additional Information: Open to all


This information is current as of 13 January 2014. Please check the event website for the most up to date information.

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