List of upcoming industry events such as space tech & satellite expo, conventions & conference organised around the world.

The Wernher von Braun Memorial Symposium is an annual event that features panel discussions and guest speakers reflecting government, industry, academia, business and international perspectives on space exploration.

Start Date: Tuesday, 23 Oct 18
Venue: The University of Alabama in Huntsville
USA

Returning in 2018, the third edition of Communic Indonesia, the International Communications and Information Technology Exhibition & Conference will see industry professionals and experts gather to participate in this ground-breaking event for the country’s ICT industry.

Start Date: Wednesday, 24 Oct 18
Venue: Kakarta International Expo kemayoran
Indonesia

Held annually since 1999, China Satellite has established itself to be THE unparalleled Conference and Expo engaging professionals from satellite industry in China. It brings together decision-makers from China regulatory bodies as well as scientists, international satellite organizations,equipment suppliers, service operators, service providers and customers from China and worldwide.

Start Date: Wednesday, 24 Oct 18
Venue: Hotel Nikko New Century Beijing
China

Space for Inspiration is an international conference organised by the European Space Agency (ESA) for everyone curious about space exploration and why it matters. The second edition focuses on how space can be a powerful instrument for positive change – and new businesses – on planet Earth.

Start Date: Monday, 29 Oct 18
Venue: The Euskalduna Conference Centre and Concert Hall
Spain

At MILCOM, global military communications professionals face command, control, communications, computing, intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance (C4ISR) challenges head on. They look at them from every angle and discuss them from end to end – research and development through future needs.

Start Date: Monday, 29 Oct 18
Venue: LAX Marriott
USA

The second edition of The Economist’s Space Summit will reimagine the space economy as we witness the long-established defence industry and government agencies and the emerging ecosystems of entrepreneurs and private capital aiming to learn from one another. This ongoing global dialogue aims to harness the public enthusiasm for space and focuses on the business opportunities that aren't being fulfilled by traditional institutions.

Start Date: Thursday, 01 Nov 18
Venue: Current at Pier Sixty
United States

The Space and Defense Software Expo is presented by AGI, runs from 8:00 am to 6:00 pm, and is free to attend. Current locations include: Colorado Springs, CO (Oct. 16), Denver, CO (Oct. 18), Los Angeles, CA (Oct. 23), Columbia, MD (Oct. 30), Chantilly, VA (Nov. 1), Boston, MA (Nov. 6). Meet up with expert developers, attend most relevant hands-on training courses, learn about new enterprise and space situational awareness products, and network with local colleagues.

Start Date: Tuesday, 16 Oct 18
Venue: Colorado Springs Marriott
USA

PocketQubes are a relatively new form factor of very small satellites, comprising of one or more cubic units of approximately 5 cm. The PocketQube community today is relatively small and they are not yet specifically addressed at major conferences. The goal of this workshop is to offer a venue to foster collaboration and understanding on this emerging topic.

Start Date: Monday, 05 Nov 18
Venue: Skyscanner, Robinson Point
Singapore

The 5th Asia-Pacific Space Generation Workshop (AP-SGW 2018) is a two and a half-day workshop for students and young professionals (aged 18-35 years) to discuss pertinent issues in the Asia-Pacific region. Held from 3 to 5 November in Singapore, the event will feature up to 100 top delegates. As per tradition, AP-SGW 2018 is supported by and held in conjunction with the 25 th Asia-Pacific Regional Space Agency Forum (APRSAF), happening 6 to 9 November.

Start Date: Saturday, 03 Nov 18
Venue: Boeing Flight Services
Singapore

The 20th annual Global MilSatCom conference and exhibition will cover the latest crucial developments across the military satellite sector in-depth. As ‘the final frontier’ continues to become ever more contested, congested and competitive the future of terrestrial operations is increasingly defined by developments in the fourth domain.

Start Date: Tuesday, 06 Nov 18
Venue: Queen Elizabeth II Centre
UK