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Manufacturing Resource Needs of the Space Industry


The dynamics of space are changing. What was once the rarefied air of government cost/plus programs is now a rapidly growing commercial market. These new space businesses are building smaller, cheaper and faster in ways that were never believed possible. Learn what these businesses are looking for in manufacturing and business partners. Bill Hosack, Singularity Prime, explains how the differences between the old and new space are playing out in the markets and how the new space companies can be engaged and captured as long-term customers.

Topics Include:
  • New Space Overview
  • Manufacturing and commodities needs in small and micro-sat integration
  • Business Development considerations for manufacturers and suppliers
Date: Thursday, November 19, 2015
Time: 7:30 a.m. - 9:30 a.m.
Location: Embassy Suites in Bellevue
3225 158th Ave. SE, Bellevue
Cost: $50 for current paid PNAA Members
$75 for non-members
Includes breakfast
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HosackAbout Our Speaker:
William Hosack is a Senior Consultant and Business Development Executive with over 25 years of experience in the US, South Asia, Far East and Oceania regions. He is an expert in aerospace, venture capital consulting and management as well as a subject expert in product development, project management, reverse engineering, sourcing, manufacturing, quality process and export. In his current capacity as CEO and President of OMS, he is directing the development of innovative and affordable remote sensing systems that will deliver unprecedented coverage of weather data for use in the risk mitigation, agriculture and transportations industries.
About Orbital Micro Systems:
Orbital Micro Systems brings leading edge and disruptive space based technologies to market with a focus on providing its customers market driven solutions and systems. OMS generates, collects, and markets global weather data at the highest temporal resolution in the weather data industry. To do this, the company operates two distinct business units. The role of the first business unit is to manufacturer, launch and operate a low cost SmallSat constellation that utilizes a proprietary observation instrument suite. The second business unit archives and processes the gathered data into rapidly deployable data products. Orbital Micro Systems will become the leader in space based global weather observation by accelerated delivery of new and advanced sensor technology to orbit.

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