Report from Headquarters
Certification Partners Gather in Force at National Space Symposium
Written by: Space Foundation Editorial Team
Leading Space Certification Program partners are bringing a new level of energy and interest to the 24th National Space Symposium.
Gathering this year are the executives of companies including Advanced Flexible Materials, Axiom Worldwide, Chiropractic Leadership Alliance, Eagle Eyes Performance Eyewear, Eagle Shield Thermal Reflective Barriers, EcoQuest International, Outlast Phase Change Materials, and X-1R Performance Lubricants. These valued partners are also Space Foundation Corporate Patrons.
Axiom Worldwide is co-sponsoring the Space Technology Hall of Fame Cocktail Reception prior to the Space Technology Hall of Fame Dinner. And both Axiom Worldwide and EcoQuest International will once again make their presence known at booths in the Lockheed Martin Exhibit Center.
Axiom Worldwide will be working to bring the benefits of their DRX9000 Spinal Decompression technology to our friends in the civil, commercial, and national security space sectors. Among the United States Armed Forces, low back pain (LBP) was the second most common reason soldiers seek healthcare, affecting more than 150,000 active duty personnel annually. In addition to significant pain and disability, associated LBP costs are estimated to reach billions of dollars.
EcoQuest International will be exhibiting the latest line of FreshAir air purification products. EcoQuest FreshAir products are in homes and offices around the world and have been reliably purifying the air at the Space Foundation's offices for more than three years.
Each of our Space Certification Program partners provides outstanding products and services that utilize space technology. They are also dedicated to helping the Space Foundation improve public awareness and appreciation of the countless practical benefits of continued space exploration.
This article is part of Space Watch: April 2008 (Volume: 7, Issue: 4).
Posted in Report from Headquarters