Caliola Engineering was founded by President Jennifer Halford to make distributed wireless security more accessible for demanding customers in national security and first responder markets. Pioneers in waveform customization and systems integration, Caliola is pleased to join CSBR.
In The News
Greetings CSBR members and community! I am excited to continue to lead the Colorado Space Business Roundtable. The CSBR Board of Directors and Advisory Board members are committed to connecting and advancing Colorado aerospace. Through our commitment we offer you opportunities to grow your business, network with individuals in all aspects of the industry, and become part of the strong network of support in Colorado.
2020 gave us a new perspective on how we support each other as an industry, community and society. 2021 is showing some promise of light at the end of the tunnel, despite a rocky start. The news of the selection of Huntsville, Alabama as Space Command Headquarters was a shock. Our Colorado Aerospace community, including CSBR, has banded together to challenge that last minute political decision and has been successful in demanding a review of the decision. We anxiously await the outcome of the review. Colorado’s US Senate representative, Senator John Hickenlooper, has been selected to chair the new senate subcommittee on Science and Space which is part of the US. Senate Commerce, Science, and Transportation. This news continues to support our state’s efforts to be a strong voice in the future policies of our United States space efforts.
This year, we look forward to growing the Colorado aerospace community. Advancing the mission and business of space exploration throughout the state of Colorado is a key objective. This newsletter will be one part of this collaborative effort. I hope you will enjoy the new format of our newsletter as new features such as business news, member profiles and job listings will encourage engagement in our community.
Engage, Connect, and Thrive!
Chair, Colorado Space Business Roundtable
York Space Systems announced the opening May 19 of its new manufacturing facility in Denver, a key step in the firm’s campaign to expand mass manufacturing of small satellites.
Since York was founded in 2015, company leaders have shared their goal of making satellites more like consumer electronics, which tend to become increasingly capable and inexpensive thanks to miniaturization and mass production.
“This year, we will improve the performance and the price is going to come down,” York Executive Chairman Chuck Beames told SpaceNews. “Our platform is becoming much more capable.”
Ball Aerospace, a subsidiary of Ball Corporation, donated $100,000 to support Hunger Free Colorado’s COVID-19 pandemic response. This generous donation will support Hunger Free Colorado in helping the increasing number of Coloradans suffering from economic loss, as a result of COVID-19, by connecting them to nutritious food and crucial federal nutrition programs.
Last year, Japanese company Astroscale announced its selection of Denver, Colorado as its US headquarters. Astroscale is one of the few companies in the world proposing to aid in the removal of orbital debris through the provision of End of Life (EOL) and Active Debris Removal (ADR) services.
We are now proud to welcome them not only as a member of the Colorado space ecosystem, but also as a new member of CSBR!
Avocet Communications, led by President Lori Jones, has come on board as our new communications partner. With over 40 years experience in the Colorado marketspace, Avocet bring a world of experience, energy and enthusiasm to CSBR and our brand. We look forward to working with them.
CSBR took our first road trip of the year – Virtually!
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Washington Examiner op-ed from University of Colorado Boulder President @cumarkkennedy: Our destiny in space will decide our destiny as a nation. “Home to some 500 aerospace companies and suppliers…CO’s space ecosystem makes us a leader in both commercial and national security realms.”
The Catalyst Accelerator (CA) announced its next cohort, Cyber for Space Applications, launching September 1, 2020. The goal of the CA is to increase Space Force awareness and rapid acquisition of commercial, dual-use space technology by providing relevant business development training to Accelerator companies and connecting these entrepreneurs with users, decision makers, and potential new customers in the DoD and commercial realms. Eight companies will be chosen to participate in the program held at Catalyst Campus in Colorado Springs, Colorado. “How might we apply cyber technologies to secure the next generation of space operations and increase resiliency?” the problem statement poses. Cyber-physical systems are becoming more integral than ever before, introducing new sets of unique problems in both public and private sectors. It is vital that we come together to identify, understand and limit areas where threats could arise before they are exploited.