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The last 12 hours to save on passes for TC Sessions: Space • businessroundups.org

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Calling the die-hard procrastinators, last-minute decision makers and all you head-down-get-it-done types. TC Sessions: Space 2022 takes place next week on December 6, but you’ve only got 12 short hours left before the entry fee goes to a higher stratosphere.

It is now o’clock: Already jump off the fence and save. Buy a pass in advance December 2 at 11:59 PM PST – while still costing $199. The price rises to $495 at midnight. Why pay more if you don’t have to?

The events agenda is packed with experts and essential topics in the public, private and defense domains, including our partner sessions. Check them out below.

Taking it to the Space Warfighting Domain

Space plays an increasing role in modern warfare and in our wider national security. But delivering those critical space-based capabilities to warfighters and other end users is just one step in the increasingly complex mission lifecycle.

From how to integrate the latest innovations to what role commercial capabilities can play, the way our nation’s space programs acquire, deploy and use next-generation systems is undergoing profound shifts. Charlie McGillis (Slingshot Astronautics), Jean L. Michael (Aerospace Corporation), Piet Muend (National Reconnaissance Bureau), Colonel Joseph Roth (USSF Space Systems Command) and Christopher A. Solee (United States Space Command) will discuss how these pieces fit together to deliver the capabilities needed and the opportunities to drive greater integration for the benefit of all. Sponsored by the Aerospace Corporation.

ISAM: a commercial hub for the new space economy

Large-scale commercial investment will dominate the next wave of space innovation, including commercial low-Earth orbit (LEO) space stations and technologies that enable a permanent human presence on the Moon. The United States has issued a national policy for developing In-Space Servicing, Assembly and Manufacturing (ISAM) capabilities that can efficiently and scalably support the new space economy. This session encourages participants to roll up their sleeves, break the 411 on ISAM, and learn hands-on ways to boost ISAM skill development. Of Robert Hauge (Space logistics) and Caroline Mercer (National Aeronautics and Space Administration). Sponsored by the Aerospace Corporation.

Space Workforce 2030: Inspire, Prepare, and Hire the Next Generation

The dawning space age presents tremendous opportunities to explore new frontiers, grow the orbiting economy, and bolster our security. Making the most of this momentous time requires an innovative workforce that can draw on diverse experiences and perspectives to solve the difficult problems we will face.

The Space Workforce 2030 Pledge is a first effort of its kind launched earlier this year that brings together more than 30 of the nation’s leading space companies to work together to increase diversity in our industry to create a vibrant workforce build for the future. Hear of Michael Edmonds (Blue Origin), Steve Isakowitz (Aerospace Corporation) and Melanie Stricklan (Slingshot Aerospace) about the work they are doing to inspire, prepare and employ the next generation of scientists and engineers and how you can play a part in supporting this vital mission. Sponsored by the Aerospace Corporation.

Hardware? What is that? Why software is the future of the space economy

Launch gets all the press, but satellites and the software behind them are the workhorses of space. Hear from the Founder/CEO of Antaris Tom Barton and founder/CEO of Epsilon3 Laura Krabboom about how SaaS, open source and cloud-based platforms are revolutionizing the satellite industry and accelerating the space economy. They’ll also share what it’s like to be founders for the first time, what it really takes to bring good code into the space, and tips for fellow spacepreneurs. Sponsored by Antaris.

TC Sessions: Space 2022 takes place on December 6 in Los Angeles, but you’ve only got 12 hours before that $199 deal leaves orbit. Buy your pass December 2 at 11:59 PM PST. The price rises to $495 at midnight. Stop procrastinating and start saving!

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