The Broadmoor Now Offers Direct Denver Airport Shuttle Service
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The scope and reach of the Space Symposium grows every year, and so does the powerful agenda and opportunities to network with space leaders. This year, the 30th Space Symposium is no exception and has many new features.
New Shuttle Service
Beginning May 19, non-stop shuttle service between The Broadmoor Hotel and Denver International Airport will be offered via Gray Line. The cost is $95 per person each way and reservations are required. Make Reservations by calling 800-345-8197, or email [email protected].
The shuttle vehicles are equipped with WiFi, and bottled water will be provided. Advance reservations are required, and guests can have the charge billed to their Broadmoor room.
Departures from The Broadmoor will begin at 4:00 a.m. daily, departing every two hours thereafter through 6:00 p.m., from the South Building. Departures from DIA to The Broadmoor will begin at 10:00 a.m. daily, departing every two hours thereafter through 10:00 p.m. to the South Building.
For the first time, the Space Symposium will include a Classified Session on Monday, May 19. Focusing on space situational awareness, this event is sponsored by Scitor Corporation and will take place at the Scitor Conference Center. Shuttle service to and from The Broadmoor Hotel will be provided.
Featured speakers and panelists include:
- Andrew D. Cox, Director, Space Security & Defense Program, Air Force Space Command
- Thomas McDonald, Director, Innovative Space Mission Solutions, Raytheon
- Col. Alan F. Rebholz, USAF, Chief, Space Operations Division, Office of the Deputy Chief of Staff for Air and Space Operations, Headquarters U.S. Air Force
- Betty J. Sapp, Director, National Reconnaissance Office (NRO)
- Joseph Wysocki (Colonel, USAF, Ret.), Vice President and Director for Market Development, Scitor Corporation
Registration for the Classified Session requires U.S. citizenship, a TS/SCI security clearance and Symposium registration, and includes a private lunch. Early registration for this session is recommended as seating is limited.
Another new addition to the Space Symposium, Tech Track sessions on Wednesday, May 21, offer registrants an opportunity to hear from some of the government and industry leaders in space technology development, and to learn about recent advances from presenters in a series of 20-minute tech talks. Tech Track conference registration also includes access to the main Space Symposium sessions and the Boeing Exhibit Center on May 22.
In addition to the 20-minute tech talks, highlights include:
- Featured Speakers
- Col. Douglas N. “Neal” Barlow, USAF, Chief Scientist, Air Force Space Command
- S. Alan Stern, Ph.D., Principal Investigator, New Horizon’s Pluto-Kuiper Belt Mission
- Tech Track Panels
- Technology Luncheon – a combined lunch with New Generation attendees and featured speaker Richard DalBello, Assistant Director, Space and Aeronautics, Office of Science and Technology Policy, Executive Office of the President
Symposium registrants may attend Tech Track sessions, and separate registration is available for Tech Track only. See more here.
For those who returning attendees to the Space Symposium, please take note of some new locations. Many events and sessions are not where they have been in previous years and are being held in new areas throughout The Broadmoor Hotel campus. For questions or information about new locations, please check the online agenda or visit the Information Desk at On Site Check In, located in the Broadmoor Hall foyer by the Boeing Exhibit Center entrance.
See the complete Symposium agenda, New Generation agenda and speakers, plus registration information at www.SpaceSymposium.org.
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This article is part of Space Watch: May 2014 (Volume: 13, Issue: 5).
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