Happening November 28th – 30th at Cleveland Public Auditorium and Conference Center is a one-of-a-kind technology expo. Among the 20 planned speakers attending this event, you will find Mason Peck, NASA’s Chief Technologist. As the chief technology advocate, Peck communicates how NASA technologies benefit space missions and the day-to-day lives of Americans. Other speakers include Michael Gazarik, Tibor Balint, and Gregg Peterson.
The objectives of the event are twofold:
Day 1: Technology and Innovation at NASA General Session: An introduction and status update of NASA’s technology programs that explores new approaches to current missions and strives to address challenges for NASA’s future missions. Presentations will delivered by key NASA program executives and leaders throughout the day.
Day 2 and 3: A technology exposition will showcase NASA-developed technologies to individuals interested in commercialization or business development partnerships.
Get a comprehensive overview of NASA’s technology programs for space exploration and aeronautics, and discover innovative and advanced technologies which are stimulating the economy and sustaining our nation’s global competitiveness. NASA’s Tech Days are free and open to the public, registration is required.
Learn about the Space Technology Program objectives, successes, and plans for the future
Get an in-depth overview of NASA’s potential industry partnerships and opportunities
Discuss Agency-wide technology transfer and commercialization efforts
Engage with program managers and network with peers on potential collaborative enterprises
Explore the technology showcase featuring mature technologies from the Aerospace, Advanced Energy, Automotive , Innovative Manufacturing, and Human Health industries. The demonstrations and exhibits will provide attendees opportunities for networking, business development and forging new relationships , while learning about the leading technologies contributing to American economic growth and innovation