Advances in sensors, processing, communications, miniaturization, and manufacturing have fueled remarkable growth in the development of small satellites. Once the purview of universities and laboratories, small satellites are proving value to the commercial sector with some forecasts calling for hundreds of small satellites by the end of this decade. Meanwhile NASA, the military, and the Intelligence Community are examining smaller, low-cost, rapidly delivered satellites as a way to conduct both primary and supplementary missions in support of national and tactical needs.
USGIF is hosting the Small Satellite Workshop as the opening event for this year’s GEOINT Community Week, November 16-19, 2015. The daylong agenda will include keynotes and panels from top leaders in government and industry as well as a number of displays, demonstrations, and learning opportunities from subject matter experts and industry innovators.
USGIF Individual Member: $349*
Non-Individual Member: $499
*In order to obtain the member rate, attendees must be Individual Members of USGIF. To join USGIF as an Individual Member, please go to the online store and select the membership level that best applies to you.
This event is unclassified.
Registration will close 9 November 2015 at 3 p.m. EST.