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Don’t miss this opportunity to network with some of the World’s leading authorities on Cybersecurity, Artificial Intelligence, Quantum Computing and Autonomous Systems.
• Join a capacity crowd of aerospace thought leaders and policy makers expected to converge on Detroit’s Atheneum Hotel for Space Summit • Event focuses on opportunities for leadership in commercializing Low Earth Orbit (LEO) space. • Major topics include quantum computing, autonomy and autonomous systems, artificial intelligence, machine learning and cybersecurity. • Organized by Michigan Aerospace Manufacturers AssociationJohn Geisler
SAE Tomorrow Today
As the birthplace of the automotive industry and the home of several aviation firsts, Michigan offers unique advantages to the rapidly expanding space economy.John Geisler
Go For Launch! is headed to Michigan this January 13 & 14
Go For Launch! offers children in Lenawee County an unforgettable opportunity to explore the possibilities of space while also using their imagination and working as a team, space can be the next frontier for our state and our kids. This event can help encourage future generations to consider careers in space-related industries and build our high-tech talent for new aerospace opportunities in our state. State Senator Dale Zorn, R-OnstedJohn Geisler
Space Force Director Encourages MAMA Members to Lead Commercial Innovation in Space
Retired U.S. Army Lt. Gen. Joseph Kellogg Jr., Lockheed Martin Space’s Stacey DeFore and Rhodium Scientific’s Olivia G. Holzhaus Have Been Added to This Year’s Summit
Higher Orbits, MiSTEM Network, and Michigan Aerospace Manufacturers Association Team Up
The Michigan Aerospace Manufacturers Association, State Lawmakers and Business Leaders to Attend SpaceX Launch and Meet with Top Space Organizations
Michigan Aerospace Manufacturers Convenes Commercial, Academic, Defense Sector to Address Growing Threat of New, Deadly Hypersonic Weapons
Additional Programming Will Focus on Doing Business with NASA
Organization Continues to Lead Efforts to Position Michigan as Premier Commercial Aerospace Destination, Highlights Four Priorities for 2021
Marquette Joins Oscoda as Space Launch Site, Projected to Create 2,000+ Jobs
With the rapid development of horizontal and vertical space launch facilities coming to Michigan, Michigan Aerospace Manufacturers Association (MAMA) is collaborating with partners like the Michigan Economic Development Corporation and the Michigan National Guard, to build a command and control center to support the launch and daily operations of satellites.John Geisler