35th Space Symposium
Harris Highlights Complete Missions Solutions at 35th Space Symposium
On April 8-11, space leaders, professionals, and enthusiasts from around the globe will come together in Colorado Springs, Colorado, to network, address, and plan for the future of space at the Space Foundation’s 35th Space Symposium. As a leader in space technologies, Harris takes an active role in Space Symposium activities from the exhibit hall to the session rooms.
This year, Harris’ booth reflects our ongoing “Mission Confidence” message, with focus on our delivery of complete space and intelligence system solutions throughout customer missions. Symposium attendees will engage with our dynamic and collaborative showcase of tangible products and interactive experiences, including a holographic display, touchscreens, satellite models, and an immersive virtual reality experience that lets participants explore Harris’ complete end-to-end smallsat solutions. A special edition of Harris Space and Intelligence Systems’ (SIS’) Insights for a Better World magazine will be distributed. With an editorial focus on the three Rs of mission confidence—increased Resiliency, rapid Response, and managed Risk, the magazine includes articles from Harris leadership on trendsetting technologies and initiatives.
Harris experts will be among the symposium’s impressive list of influential speakers. SIS President Bill Gattle will serve on the industry panel for a space classified session April 10. SIS Vice President of Strategy and Business Development Stephanie Dickman will engage with young space professionals in the New Generation Space Leaders program April 8. SIS Director of Research and Development Derek Tournear will be a panel member for the Cyber 1.9 classified session April 8.
Harris will also participate in Destination Tours, where educators handpicked by the Space Foundation International Teacher Liaison program will have the opportunity to view the booth and learn how to further integrate space education within their curriculum. Each year, educators are chosen from around the world for their active promotion of space and science education in the classroom. According to the Space Foundation Discovery Center, “Space Foundation Teacher Liaisons serve as active links between the Space Foundation and their schools and school districts and often work with other space organizations, such as NASA.”