Redwire’s exhibit opened tonight at the 37th Space Symposium in the Lockheed Martin Main Exhibit Hall in Colorado Springs, Colorado. Redwire is showcasing mission critical space solutions and high reliability components that are shaping the future of space infrastructure. Many of Redwire’s key technologies will be on display, including:
- A model of our Roll-Out Solar Array (ROSA) technology, measuring 17 feet tall, which represents the newest solar arrays recently installed and deployed on the International Space Station (ISS)
- Next-generation digital engineering solutions including a demo of our modular, scalable end-to-end mission simulation capabilities
- Space camera systems which will be used on Artemis missions
- In-space manufacturing and biotechnology facilities as seen on the International Space Station
Throughout the week, Redwire will be hosting daily in-booth tech talks and Redwire thought leaders will be participating in workshops and panels. Recruiters will be at the booth all week to talk to prospective applicants about exciting career opportunities available now at locations around the country. Stop by to learn more about how you can help accelerate humanity’s expansion into space!
Space Law Workshop
Redwire Executive Vice President of Civil Space Business Development & External Affairs Mike Gold participated in the Legal Issues Presented by the Artemis Accords workshop alongside Chief Legal Officer at the European Space Agency (ESA) Marco Ferrazzani, President of the International Institute of Space Law Dr. Kai-Uwe Schrogl, and Senior Policy Advisor at NASA Gabriel Swiney. This program focused on key legal issues impacting the commercial space industry and concluded with a General Counsel Forum including the top lawyers from industry and government agencies.
New Generation Space Leaders: Leadership Exchange “Speed Mentoring”
Redwire Vice President of Marketing and Communications Austin Jordan participated in a leadership exchange this afternoon in a speed mentoring workshop with young professionals in the aerospace industry.
“This forum is an excellent opportunity for aerospace professionals to exchange ideas and share their experiences as we look to create a more equitable and inclusive industry,” said Jordan. “The connections made at this event are invaluable and I’m proud that Space Foundation, Redwire, and many partners are investing in these opportunities.”
Starting tomorrow, Redwire is hosting daily in-booth talks that will include guest appearances from top industry leaders and several Redwire mission partners to discuss a range of key topics including on-orbit manufacturing and infrastructure, space commercialization and policy. The talks will also be live-streamed across Redwire’s social media channels. The daily talk schedule will be shared on Redwire’s social channels.
See the full schedule tomorrow below:
10:30-11:00 a.m. MT
Tech Talk: Building LEO Destinations & Infrastructure
Featuring: Suzanne Gillen, Redwire VP of Government Relations and Business Development, Former NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine, Mike Gold, Redwire EVP of Civil Space and External Affairs
Location: Redwire Booth #1374
4:00-5:00 p.m. MT
Panel: Norms of Behavior: A Cross Sectional Look
Featuring: Dr. Bhavya Lal, Senior Advisor to the Administrator on Budget and Finance at NASA, Mike Gold, EVP of Civil Space Business Development & External Affairs at Redwire, Gabriel Swiney, Attorney Adviser for the U.S. Department of State
Location: International Center
4:00-4:30 p.m. MT
Tech Talk: The Importance of Space During Conflicts & Crises
Featuring: Rob Zitz, President of Rob Zitz & Associates, Dean Bellamy, Redwire EVP of National Security Space, Steve “Bucky” Butow, Director of Space Portfolio Defense Innovation Unit, Dr. Andy Williams, Deputy Technology Executive Officer for Space S&T AFRL
Location: Redwire Booth #1374
You can also check out the full schedule of events on our website.