- Press Release
- August 15, 2022
AIAA: Convergence of Aerospace and Information Technology
The critical integration between
aerospace and information technology takes center stage at the annual AIAA
Global Air & Space 2000 International Business Forum and Exhibition, to be
held on 10-12 May, at the Crystal City Hyatt in Arlington, VA.
Global Air & Space 2000 is the top management forum for senior executives
for companies doing business within the aviation, space, or military arenas.
This year’s event will offer keynote addresses and panel sessions on six
critical topics: GLOBAL AEROSPACE INDUSTRY CONSOLIDATION, FINANCE AND MARKET
PERSPECTIVES, INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY: TRANSFORMING GLOBAL CIVIL AVIATION,
OPPORTUNITIES AND CHALLENGES IN COMMERCIAL SPACE, THE FUTURE OF SPACE IN THE
MILITARY, THE CHALLENGES OF MULTI-NATIONAL RECONNAISSANCE, SURVEILLANCE AND
Daniel Burnham, Chairman and CEO of Raytheon will serve as the General
Chair of Global Air & Space 2000. The three-day general sessions will feature
the most prominent executives and officials in the aerospace community from
industry and government.
John Douglass, AIA; Robert Johnson, Honeywell Aerospace; Bernard Retat,
Thomson-CSF, Ronald Sugar; TRW Aerospace & Information Systems;
William Swanson, Raytheon Electronic Systems; Senator Wayne Allard,
Chairman, Subcommittee on Strategic Forces; Pierre Chao, Credit Suisee
First Boston, John Hamre, Center for Strategic and International
Studies; Hoyt Davidson, Donaldson, Lufkin & Jenrette;
John Higgenbotham, SpaceVest; Robert Parker, DynSpace; Alain Roger,
EuropeStar; Ronald Taylor, Motorola Space Systems.
Jeremiah Creedon, NASA Research Center; Henry Hubschman, GE Capital
Aviation Services; Wolfgang Mayhuber, Luthansa Technik AG;
Alan Mulally, Boeing Commercial Airplanes Group; Arthur Wegner,
Raytheon Aircraft; Jim Albaugh, Boeing; Dan Goldin, NASA;
William Owens; Teledesic; Robert Berry, Space Systems/Loral;
Armand Carlier, Matra Marconi Space; Edward O’Connor, Spaceport Florida
Authority; George Mueller, Kistler Aerospace; Ian Pryke, ESA;
Daniel Tam, NASA; James Baker, NOAA.
Corp; John Copple, Space Imaging; Lt. Gen. James King, National
Imagery & Mapping Agency; Arthur Money, C3I; Robert Bell, NATO;
Gil Klinger, NRO; RADM Robert Nutwell, C3ISR & Space;
VADM Thomas Wilson, DIA.
A trade exhibit will also be featured with commercial and government
organization demonstrating products and services.
The cost of the registration is $195, and includes conference sessions,
exhibits, and exhibit reception. Separate lunch tickets may be purchased.
(Active military in CLASS A uniform will be admitted FREE, with the option to
purchase lunch tickets.)
For more detailed program information or to pre-register, view the
following link: www.aiaa.org/calendar/global00prog.html or call Customer
Service at 703-264-7500.
Raytheon Corporation is the general sponsor for Global Air & Space 2000.
The American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics (AIAA) serves as the
host and organizer. AIAA is the largest professional/technical society,
leading content provider, and principal voice on behalf of aerospace
professionals — regarding all aspects of aviation, space, and defense.