Space Technology Lands In Philadelphia

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co-developed & co-organized by:

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On June 11th, senior leaders and technical experts from NASA will convene in Philadelphia to explore ways to integrate new technology and expertise into the products, processes, and services of local manufacturers and technology firms.

Manufacturers will have a unique opportunity to access NASA’s expertise and technologies for informational purposes, joint consultative work, project implementation, research & development and more. Attendees will be able to find ideas, potential partnerships and collaboration opportunities.

The event will include presentations and audience interaction, followed by a NASA exhibition showcasing 10 advanced technology areas to enable participants to engage in deeper learning opportunities.

The 10 technology areas will represent key technologies most relevant to industry in the Philadelphia region, including: clean energy, chemicals, biotech and health care, controls, IT, transportation, and advanced materials.

The Technology Interchange event is being offered through a joint partnership between DVIRC and NASA. DVIRC will enter into a Space Act Agreement that will enable manufacturers to work directly with NASA experts on technical problems confronting their company as well as give access to NASA’s technologies beyond those highlighted during the event.

June 11, 2015
8:30am – 3:00pm
DVIRC
2905 Southampton Road
Philadelphia, PA  19154
$35.00 per person

Please join us for what promises to be a very exciting, informative and productive day, and perhaps the beginning of your new relationship with NASA.  

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Limited Seating. Limit 2 people from each company. Registrations will be taken on a first come first serve basis. Breakfast & Lunch will be provided.


DVIRC, Ben Franklin Technology Partners, the City of Philadelphia and NASA co-developed and organized this one-day event. Three NASA centers will be represented:  (1) Goddard Space Flight Center located in Maryland; (2) Glenn Research Center located in Ohio; and (3) Langley Research Center located in Virginia.