April 9, 2015 – Booz Allen Hamilton will showcase its engineering, technology, and strategic innovation expertise at the 31st annual Space Symposium April 13-16 in Colorado Springs, Colorado.
The Booz Allen exhibit at The Broadmoor will focus on the company’s Space, C4ISR, and Cyber capabilities. Located at booth 206, it will feature such products and capabilities as Cyber M3 for Space, Geospatial Services, Location-Based Mobile Security, Microsats and Cubesats, RAPTOR, TacConnex van (displayed outside of the main exhibit hall) as well as the firm’s NASA and Civil Space expertise. Booz Allen will also sponsor the Space Symposium Speaker Support Center during the conference.
“In an era of accelerating technological change, defense and space companies, and their customers, must be more agile and innovative,” said Tom Pfeifer, Booz Allen Hamilton Senior Vice President and the firm’s Air Force C4ISR lead. “The Space Symposium is a great venue for Booz Allen to demonstrate how we have evolved as the essential partner for Space, C4ISR, and Cyber solutions in the 21st century.”
One example of those solutions is the upcoming launch of “Centennial 1”, a small CubeSat Booz Allen developed in partnership with the Air Force Research Laboratory. The satellite is scheduled to be deployed following its journey to the International Space Station as part of the SpaceX Commercial Resupply Services mission. Centennial 1 will bring innovation to both imaging and damage avoidance testing, and enhance space situational awareness.
In addition the firm’s exhibits, Booz Allen Senior Executive Advisor and former Director of National Intelligence and the National Security Agency, Vice Admiral (retired) Mike McConnell, will deliver a featured presentation during the classified Cyber 1.5 program on April 13 at 1:00 p.m.
Booz Allen Vice President Charlie Hamilton will moderate the “Acquisition and Affordability” panel on April 16 at 2:30 p.m. Other senior company leaders in attendance include:
Bill Wansley – Senior Vice President specializing in providing mission essential support for NASA and the Intelligence Community.
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