What: Ignite the Night COLORADO SPRINGS, a NASA iTech event, at the 35th Space Symposium
When: April 10th from 5:00 - 6:30 pm MDT
Where: The Broadmoor Hotel, 1 Lake Avenue, Colorado Springs, Colorado
Ignite the Night COLORADO SPRINGS offers area entrepreneurs an opportunity to pitch a technology that is solving a real-world problem and might also address a similar challenge with NASA's Moon to Mars mission.
Ignite the Night COLORADO SPRINGS focus areas include Artificial Intelligence and Autonomous Robotic Capabilities, Intelligent Machines, Force and Tactile Sensors, Augmented and Virtual Reality Advancements, Flexible Materials, and X-Factor Innovations.
Atlas Power Generation, Inc. – Mission, Canada
Grid Scale Energy Storage with Ultracapacitors and Deflection Conversion Technology
Baker Street Scientific (BakerSCI) – Rome, Georgia
Elemental Data Behavior Discovery (EDBD)
Exodus Space Corporation – Highlands Ranch, Colorado
AstroClipper - Transforming Access to Space
Ion Power Group, LLC – Navarre, Florida
A Better Way for NASA to Produce Electricity on Earth, Mars, Venus, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Titan, Triton and Pluto
Klepsydra Robotics GmbH – Zurich, Switzerland
High Performance Edge Data Processing Software Toolkit for Autonomous Embedded Systems
Nu Promethean Technologies, Inc. – Longmont, Colorado
Oxford Space Systems – Harwell, United Kingdom
Novel 'Pre-Shaped' Deployable Parabolic Reflectors
Physia – Aurora, Colorado
Physia Smart Garment
Steelhead Composites – Golden, Colorado
Piston Combined Propellant/Pressurant Vessel
Stress Engineering Services, Inc. – Houston, Texas
Semi-Autonomous Robotic Surgery for Remote Environments
The top Innovator from Ignite the Night COLORADO SPRINGS earns a position as one of the 25 Semifinalists for the current cycle where their technology will be evaluated and has a chance to be selected as one of the Top 10 Finalists to present at the 2019 NASA iTech Cycle I Forum in Pasadena, California.
For information about the NASA iTech initiative, visit:
For information about NASA’s Space Technology Mission Directorate, visit:
National Institute of Aerospace, Hampton, Va.