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Military Space USA

June 7th – 9th 2021

Los Angeles, USA

http://www.milspaceusa.com/deftoday

SMi Group are proud to announce the return of the 2nd annual Military Space USA Conference and Exhibition taking place in Los Angeles, on the 8th–9th June, with a brand-new Disruptive Technology Focus Day on the 7th June 2021.

The US DoD is pushing the acquisition of the next generation of space capability up its agenda to stay ahead of near-peer adversaries in what is widely expected to be the next major warfighting domain. As such, Military Space USA will explore how rapid prototyping, requirement setting, and procurement have become keystone policies, now highlighted by programmes such as SMC 2.0 and AFRL’s innovation pitch days.

Register today to meet and network with over 140 attendees, across 6+ hours of breaks including: defence agencies, militaries, governments and disruptive agile space companies across the Silicon Valley, along with established industrial primes that lead in the space domain.

Key Reasons to Attend:

  • Learn from a variety of AFSPACE stakeholders about the ongoing SMC 2.0 reorganizational efforts and how rapid acquisition is changing approaches to space
  • Listen to key allied partners and explore where opportunities for partnerships moving forward can be developed
  • Explore key topics within the US DoD’s approach to space including SMC 2.0, Accelerator Programmes, Blackjack and more

For more information and to register, visit: http://www.milspaceusa.com/deftoday

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