Crystal Instruments (CI) is proud to exhibit and help support Silicon Valley’s SmallSat Symposium. The symposium will be held at the Computer History Museum in Mountain View, California. This year is anticipated to be a banner year with over 800 participants expected to attend. Organizations and companies from across the country and around the world will hear from 120 speakers focused directly on the small sat industry.
The small sat community is a rapidly growing segment of the space industry. Small sat’s have leveled the playing field when it comes to entry into space for many organizations. Universities, small countries, and startups can now contribute and work alongside larger companies, such as Space Systems Loral, Virgin Oribit, and Ball Aerospace, who have dominated the space industry.
This newfound access into the space industry has brought forth a flurry of innovations and ideas that the SmallSat Symposium seeks to cultivate and share within the forum of 6 workshops and 20 unique sessions or panel discussions.
Situated in the heart of the Silicon Valley and next door to over a handful of small sat companies, CI is privileged to help play a cutting-edge part in the testing required to prepare these satellites for launch and extended deployment into space.
Come visit the symposium this year to see all the new names and technologies associated with the ever-advancing field of space and space exploration. Discover new insights that technology has now made possible and while you’re there please be sure to stop by and see us at the Crystal Instruments table.