Dylan Taylor’s Upcoming Events
January 21-24, Davos, Switzerland – The World Economic Forum Annual Meeting in Davos-Klosters is the foremost creative force for engaging the world’s top leaders in collaborative activities to shape the global, regional and industry agendas at the beginning of each year. In this regard, the Forum’s mission – improving the state of the world – guides the design and development of the Annual Meeting objectives.
January 29-31, Commercial Space Transportation Conference Washington, DC – Please join us for The 23rd Annual Commercial Space Transportation Conference on Wednesday, January 29th and Thursday, January 30th of 2020 in Washington D.C. The event will consist of a day and a half of panels, speakers, and networking events, that will inform and discuss the many issues within the commercial space industry.
March 2-4th, National Suborbital Researcher Conference Broomfield, CO – The 2020 Next-Generation Suborbital Researchers Conference (NSRC) is the premier conference for researchers and educators interested in commercial suborbital reusable vehicles. The conference will be held at the Omni Interlocken Resort in Broomfield, Colorado, just outside Boulder. NSRC-2020 will provide in-depth NASA, FAA, flight provider and space port briefings, and extensive networking opportunities for researchers and educators wishing to use next-gen suborbital.
March 16-20th South By Southwest Austin, TX – Humans have always been awed and inspired by the dream of exploring other planets, other worlds, and other dimensions. The Space Track will celebrate the possibilities of the next wave of inter-galactic travel, as well as cover how new space-related technologies will propel tomorrow’s most innovative ecosystems here on earth.
April 1-4th, National Space Symposium Colorado Springs, CO – Space Symposium attendees consistently represent all sectors of the space community from multiple spacefaring nations: space agencies; commercial space businesses and associated subcontractors; military, national security and intelligence organizations; cyber security organizations; federal and state government agencies and organizations; research and development facilities; think tanks; educational institutions; space entrepreneurs and private space travel providers; businesses engaged in adapting, manufacturing or selling space technologies for commercial use; and media that inspire and educate the general public about space.
April 6-8th, Global Geospatial Forum Amsterdam, Netherlands – Geospatial World Forum is a collaborative and interactive platform, which demonstrates collective and shared vision of global geospatial community. It is an annual gathering of geospatial professionals and leaders representing the entire eco-system of public policies, national mapping agencies, private sector enterprises, multilateral and development organizations, scientific and academic institutions, and above all, large end users from government, businesses and citizen services.
April 20-24th TED Conference Vancouver, Canada – The future has never felt so uncertain. Our planet has more humans with more potential than at any other moment in history. The Adjacent Possible glitters with extraordinary promise. Yet there are deadly perils to be dealt with. Political chaos? Check. Ability to edit our own genome? Check. Climate and environmental threats? Check. New technologies with unpredictable consequences? Check.
May 28th-31st, 2020, Dallas, Texas – NASA has a plan––establish a permanent human presence on the Moon within the next decade and then continue the journey on to Mars. The 2020 International Space Development Conference (ISDC) will focus on the groundbreaking science, technological innovations, and necessary partnerships to see this plan to fruition. Through its theme, Continuing the Journey, ISDC 2020 will highlight the public and private efforts to push the boundaries of space exploration back to the Moon, then Mars.