Pathway to Space Leads through Colorado Springs

The center of the universe for the space community is located in Colorado Springs April 11-14 during the 32nd Space Symposium

The center of the universe for the space community is located in Colorado Springs April 11-14 during the  32nd Space Symposium. Billed as the premier global, commercial, civil, military and emergent space conference, the symposium is the top gathering place for leading players in the global space community – including technology leaders like Honeywell Aerospace

We’ve been on the leading edge of space technology since the space age began more than 50 years ago. We’re proud of what we’ve accomplished and prouder still of the work our dedicated employees are doing today to help our space systems customers meet their most formidable challenges when it comes to exploring, working and using the frontiers of space.

In Colorado Springs we’re featuring a wide range of Honeywell systems that help our customers achieve their missions. You can find us at the Lockheed Martin Exhibit Center, Booth 428.

At this year’s event, we’re showcasing technologies that demonstrate the agility, flexibility, reliability and affordability of Honeywell space solutions. Honeywell technologies on display include:

  • Momentum Control Systems, including systems developed especially for the emerging small satellite market;
  • Redundant switch and low noise amplifier technologies;
  • Search and rescue repeater systems; and
  • Microsatellite mission development.

Our Honeywell Technology Solutions Inc. subsidiary will also be on hand. HTSI supports the space community with a wide range of services including large-scale integration, mission engineering and network maintenance engineering. Our expertise in these areas uniquely positions HTSI to deliver low-cost, low-risk solutions for today and future satellite control network operations.

For the first time at the Space Symposium customers will be exposed to the full range of our space capabilities thanks to the integration of the former COM DEV International satellite equipment business into our space and connectivity portfolio. With the acquisition of COM DEV, Honeywell became a leading producer of space-qualified passive microwave equipment, specialized electronics and optical subsystems. COM DEV equipment is found on more than 950 spacecraft and 80 percent of all commercial communication satellites.

If you can’t join us at this year’s Space Symposium, make sure you visit us online to find more information about Honeywell solutions for manned and unmanned spacecraft.