You might be surprised to learn that NASA iTech has worked with everyone from Lockheed Martin and the Space Foundation, to Canon U.S.A., Citigroup, the United Launch Alliance and many other industry groups from across various sectors. NASA's needs are vast and working across industries provides us a better view of the technologies and efforts that are developing around the world, while also opening new opportunities for the innovations we discover.
Consider how your company or organization could take part in a NASA iTech cycle — from helping to evaluate certain technologies to providing mentorship to evaluating young companies for potential investment, partnership or acquisition. Ready to discuss? Let's talk.
Remarks from Eliott Peck, Executive Vice President at Canon U.S.A. Inc.
Canon U.S.A. hosted NASA iTech's Cycle I Forum in January 2018, at their U.S. Headquarters in Melville, NY.
Energy Policy and the Private Sector Discussion
Citi hosted NASA iTech's Cycle II Energy Forum in June 2018, at their U.S. Headquarters in New York City, NY.
Moderator: George David Banks, Executive Vice President, American Council for Capital Formation
Participants: Daniel Reicher, Executive Director, Steyer-Taylor Center for Energy Policy and Finance at Stanford University, Todd Wetzel, Thermal Systems Technology Leader, GE Global Research, Taite R. McDonald, Partner, Holland & Knight
United Launch Alliance
U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
NASA’s Space Technology Mission Directorate
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